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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 5th March 2013 20:08
assalaamu 'alaykum

Shaykh Saad Tasleem of almaghrib institute of Washington...has a programme in Birmingham this weekend i think and nephews want to go

Authentic? Anyone know, please help
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 6th March 2013 09:50

"ummi taalib" wrote:
assalaamu 'alaykum Shaykh Saad Tasleem of almaghrib institute of Washington...has a programme in Birmingham this weekend i think and nephews want to go Authentic? Anyone know, please help

Asslamo Allaikum,

Al-Maghrib is a Salafi institue and so is (Shaykh) Saad Tasleem, they are mild in nature but Salafi nonetheless. One of the most professional organisations in the west so anybody who attends will be seriously impressed. Our (Deobandi) programs in comparison are chaotic, unprofessionally and badly organised and run except for a few (minor) exceptions and the matter is discussed on Sunniforum in detail.

Fortunately in Birmigham there is http://www.as-suffa.org/ which is run by Maulana Zahir Mahmood (HA) and very very good.

There is also Al-Habib Trust Birmingham where most courses and programs are done with Mushwara of Shaykh (Maulan) Syed Bahauddin Naqshbandi-Mujaddidi (HA)

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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 6th March 2013 10:13
Jazakallah Muadh
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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 6th March 2013 10:20

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Jazakallah Muadh

Al-Maghrib is very Marketing savvy and they go for young, charismatic Scholars like (Shaykh) Saad Tasleem who they know the youngsters love to chill with and they maximise this potential as evident from his program on Al-Maghrib called, "Fiqh of Chillin'"

We have been warning our Ulamah about these matters before Al-Maghrib even got off the ground and now Deobandees have a problem in UK & South Africa, o well...

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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 6th March 2013 10:36

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We have been warning our Ulamah about these matters before Al-Maghrib even got off the ground and now Deobandees have a problem in UK & South Africa, o well...
That's because its (some of) our Ulama who are doing the "chillin".

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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 6th March 2013 11:09
Fiqh of Chillin = was gonna attend but its not in London :-( (yet)
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#7 [Permalink] Posted on 6th March 2013 11:34
Jazakallaah for the info....yes thats the one "fiqh of chillin"
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#8 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd July 2022 15:26
Bismillah.

Inna lillahe wa Inna ilayhe Rajioun.

Sheikh Muhammad Alshareef, the founder of AlMaghrib Institute, has died suddenly at age 47.

The Muslim world is mourning as tributes flood in for the well-respected Canadian speaker and teacher following the shock news of his death.

A statement from AlMaghrib said that he was "healthy with no illness" and that he "suddenly passed away" in Dubai on Thursday 21 July.

"AlMaghrib grieves the passing of its founder Shaykh Muhammad Alshareef who suddenly returned to his Lord this afternoon in Dubai," read the statement.

"Shaykh Muhammad was our leader and teacher, and he inspired hundreds of thousands of students to learn Islam.

"We ask Allah that it be counted in his scale of good deeds with him, and that Allah beautifies his reception, forgive him his sins, and enter him into Al-Firdaws.

"He was someone who took full advantage of his time spending it on what mattered most.

"May all of his work continue to be a sadaqah jariyah for him until the day of judgment.

"May Allah grant his family patience in this difficult time. Please keep him, and his family, in your duas."

Another statement signed by the family and friends of Sheikh Muhammad said he was a "giant in our Ummah, taught us the power of Dua, and to always rely on Allah. He raised a nation of Dua makers in all of us."

"He has always said that the identity he aspires to be is that of a righteous man. We pray that with Allah, he is entered among the righteous. A true nation builder," it added.

Tributes flood in for influential speaker
Sheikh Muhammad is one of the first scholars in the West to use tech to teach and connect with Muslims from across the globe.

As a leader and teacher, he inspired hundreds of thousands of Muslims worldwide, including Islamic educators, scholars and dawah carriers.

He memorised the Quran at a young age and graduated from the Islamic University of Madinah in 1999 with a degree in Islamic Law.

The desire to teach Islam to an English-speaking audience started in Maryland, USA in 2002 in front of 30 students and he set up AlMaghrib in Texas in the same year.
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