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  • Shaykh Sulaiman Moola (South Africa)

    Shaykh Sulaiman Moola is a dynamic young traditional scholar and lecturer of the Islamic sciences who is a popular guest speaker at conferences across the globe. He is known to deliver the message of Islam impacting the audience and in particular the youth. Shaykh Sulaiman Moola [may Allah preserve him] began studying the sacred sciences at an early age. After having completed the memorization of the Quran at the age of 14, for the next seven years he would go on to study Arabic [and all its related sciences becoming especially fluent in Arabic poetry], Tafsir, Hadith, Aqidah and Fiqh [specializing in the Hanafi School]. Having studied under senior ulama from South Africa and the Indian Subcontinent and receiving ijazah from them, he went on to teach at the well known Islamic seminary in South Africa, Dar al-Uloom Zakariyya. Shaykh Sulaiman Moola frequently addresses Islamic topics on the radio and in Friday sermons across South Africa. He recently has published a book, The Sun That Never Set, through Mathabah where he is a senior advisor and teacher. Shaykh Sulaiman Moola has traveled extensively throughout the Muslim world and the West for the purpose of Dawah and teaching. His travels and lectures have been a means of great inspiration to many across the globe.

  • Habib Ubaydullah al-Attas (Makkah)

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    Habib Ubaydullah al-Attas (Mecca) first began his education and rearing at the hands of his blessed parents. His father, Habib Muhsin al-Attas. a man of knowledge, piety, and character; and his righteous mother, Sayyida Khadija bint Abdur-Rahman al-Attas both instilled within him from a young age the love of Allah ? and His Messenger ? and Prophetic character. Habib Ubaydullah sought sacred knowledge with an uninterrupted chain of transmission back to the Messenger of Allah ? at the hands of some of the greatest scholars of the age, including Habib Abdul-Qadir al-Saqqaf, Habib Ahmad Mashhur al-Haddad, Habib Abu Bakr al-Attas, Sayyid Muhammad Alawi al-Maliki, Habib Umar bin Hafiz, and many others.

  • Shaykh Hasib Noor

    Shaykh Hasib Noor hails from Afghan heritage, grew up in the US, & studied at the College of Islamic Law in the University of Madinah, following undergraduate study in the U.S, with a major in Pre-Med and a minor in Psychology. His journey in seeking traditional knowledge started in the U.S. while in high school & college. He continued to pursue his studies in the City of The Prophet (peace be upon him) under the tutelage of over 50 of the scholars of Madinah. With over 10 years experience in working with different organizations at the local & national level, he has held positions as a board member of many organizations, masajid and as khatib. He is the founder of a research foundation & dedicates his time in study & research in Madinah where he currently resides with his wife.

  • Ustadha Maryam Amir (USA)

    Maryam Amirebrahimi received her master’s in Education from UCLA, where her research focused on the effects of mentorship rooted in Critical Race Theory for urban high school students of color. She holds a bachelor’s in Child and Adolescent Development from San Jose State University, where she served as the President of the Muslim Student Association for two consecutive years. Currently, she is pursuing a second bachelor’s degree in Islamic Studies through Al Azhar University’s distance learning program. Maryam spent a year studying the Arabic language and Qur’an in Cairo, Egypt, and has memorized the Qur’an. She has been presented the Student of the Year award by former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and holds a second degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. Maryam frequently travels to work with different communities to address a variety of social issues and writes about topics related to social realities, women’s studies and spiritual connections on www.virtualmosque.com.

  • Muhammad Mojlum Khan (Author of Muslim Heritage of Bengal)

    Muhammad Mojlum Khan is an award-winning British author, literary critic and historian. He has published more than 200 essays, articles and research papers worldwide and his writings have been translated into many languages. He is author of the bestselling books The Muslim 100 (2008) and The Muslim Heritage of Bengal (2013). He is a Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Director of Bengal Muslim Research Institute UK. He is currently completing a book on the Muslim heritage of the West (Kube Publishing, forthcoming 2016) and also writing the first comprehensive biography of Nawab Abdul Latif, a pioneering Muslim reformer of British India.

  • Dr. Rani al-Khateeb

    An Islamic Da'iyah with over 18 years experience in the design and delivery of Islamic education & training programmes across the UK and Europe.
    Along side many renowned scholars and specialists, Dr. El-Khateeb pioneered many Islamic youth leadership & development courses collaborating with organizations such as FOSIS, MCB, MST, UTRUJJ, NOESIS, AL-JUDAI FOUNDATION and FEMYSO. The amalgamation of his classical Islamic knowledge, received from various well respected scholars, with his contemporary higher-education learning and teaching techniques, makes his courses unique and attractive.
    He has special interest in the revival of Quranic Tarbiyah, Tafseer, Seerah, Islamic Leadership and the unique raising and development of the  generation of the Companions.
    He has been Head of Education & Youth at Leeds Grand Mosque since 2007, where he delivers a weekly "Reflections on the Quran" class with the aim of producing a modern comprehensive interpretation of the Quran in English. Former executive committee member of Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organisations (FEMYSO)

  • Shaykh Amer Jamil

    Shaykh Amer has been described by the Sunday Herald as one of the Scotland's most prominent and respected Muslim thinkers. He was born and brought up in Glasgow, and has a law (LLB) degree from Strathclyde university and a BA (Hons) in Islamic studies from the University of Wales. In total he has spent ten years studying the Arabic language and Islamic Sciences including six years with renowned scholars in the Middle East (Syria and Yemen). He has teaching licenses (ijaza) in various Islamic subjects which he studied. He has studied with numerous distinguished scholars from a range of different schools of thought. His balanced studies in both the secular and religious give him a combination of sound scholarship with a profound understanding of society. Shaykh Amer's field of interest is primarily Muslim family law; an area in which he has studied in depth having studied all four schools of Islamic jurisprudence (Hanafi and Hanbali schools- Syria, Shafi and Maliki schools– Yemen). Currently, he is conducting a PhD research study on Islamic family law in the context of Scotland. He also has a counselling skills certificate certified by COSCA (Scotland's professional body for counselling and psychotherapy).