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Khalil Abdur-Rashid

Khalil Abdur-Rashid

Khalil Abdur-Rashid holds two full ijaazas in Sharia disciplines, both usul and furu, as well as an ijaaza in the spiritual sciences (tasawwuf) and Quran recitation. He completed studies overseas after having sat with traditionally trained scholars in the United States. He holds a Masters in Middle Eastern Studies from Columbia University and is currently working on his PhD in Islamic law and medical ethics at Columbia University. He is also an adjunct assistant professor of Islamic law at NYU and a former social worker.
 
 
 
Marc Manley

Marc Manley

Marc Manley, a Detroit native, embraced Islam in 1992. He began his studies in Qur’an with Hafidh Muneer from Algeria, at the Muslim Community Association of Ann Arbor. He also began his studies in Arabic language at this time, studying at the university level. For the next several years Marc would continue his studies privately in Islamic law (fiqh), theology (‘aqidah) and Qur’anic recitation (tajwid) with teachers in and around the Detroit metro area such as Dr. Ali Suleiman Ali.
 
 
 
Mohsen Al’Najjar

Mohsen Al’Najjar

Shaykh Mohsen Al’Najjar has traveled over the world taking knowledge from many great scholars of our time. A student of leading scholars in the Hijaz, he specializes in Shafii and Hanafi fiqh, among many other disciplines.
 
 
 
Mokhtar Maghraoui

Mokhtar Maghraoui

Shaykh Mokhtar Maghraoui is one of the most well renowned scholars in North America and is a foundation scholar for Al-Madina Institute. Originally from Algeria, he is thoroughly versed in the Islamic sciences and holds a doctorate joined between the fields of physics and engineering.
 
 
 
Abdullah Bin Hamid Ali

Abdullah Bin Hamid Ali

Abdullah bin Hamid Ali began the study of Arabic and Islamic Studies at the age of 17 with his first Arabic teacher, Imam Aberra----may Allah show him mercy----of Eritrea, a well-known private teacher in Philadelphia. He later studied Arabic, Qur'anic recitation (tajwid) and memorization (hifz), and other introductory topics with Imam Anwar bin Nafea Muhaimin and his brother Anas.
 
 
 
Mohamed Magid

Mohamed Magid

Imam Mohammed Magid is originally from Sudan and studied at the hands of his father and other notable scholars, gaining ijazas in several disciplines.
 
 
 
Moutasem Atiya

Moutasem Atiya

Moutasem Atiya has been actively involved in the Metropolitan DC communities through classes, speaking engagements, and Friday khutbahs on a regular basis for the past 10 years.
 
 


 
 
 
 
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