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Interview – Shaykh Hamza Karamali on the Steps Curriculum

Arshad Madrassi interviews Shaykh Hamza Karamali on the genesis, structure, importance, and aims of the Steps Curriculum. AM: Tell us the context in which the Steps Curriculum was introduced? SHK: In pre-modern Islamic societies, the only institutional learning was the religious seminary. They would sometimes call this a Madrasa in certain parts of the world. […]

Is There Any Place for Autodidactism in Islam?

Answered by Ustadh Tabraze Azam Question: Assalam alaykum, Is there any place for autodidactism in traditional Islam for muslim who cannot afford formal education abroad or live in countries with no Islamic educational institutions? Answer: Wa alaikum assalam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh, I pray that you are in the best of health and faith, insha’Allah. […]

Seeking: Knowledge without Barriers – Seekers Highlight with Sidi Suhayb Booth

Suhayb Booth was born in Sunderland, United Kingdom and moved to New Zealand with his family as a child. He converted to Islam at the age of 26 and lives in Auckland with his wife and two children. He is an active member of the SeekersPoint Auckland, where he has taken on the role of […]

Operating without Barriers : Recruiting 500 Monthly Donors

In 2012, SeekersGuidance Global made a big change – we began to offer all of our classes free of cost. By doing so, we sought to ensure the availability of authentic scholars and traditional Knowledge Without Barriers. In doing so, we have exponentially expanded the reach of our services, reaching 10,000 students in over 100 […]

Using Time Wisely, Finding a Teacher, and the Accountability of Seekers of Knowledge

Answered by Ustadh Abdullah Anik Misra Question: As-salam Alaykom wa rahmatullah wa barakatuhu 1) This summer i am free i will work 3 weeks and then i have all the summer on me. I do not know how to use the summer effectively. Do you have any advice for me how to use it and how […]

Video: Words of Wisdom for the Seeker of Knowledge by Shaykh Rami Nsour

Video: Words of Wisdom for the Seeker of Knowledge by Shaykh Rami Nsour Words of Wisdom for the Seeker of Knowledge with Shaykh Rami Nsour from Darul Hikmah on Vimeo.

Keys to Successful Seeking of Islamic Knowledge: Advice from Teachers and Teaching Assistants

Advice from Sidi Abdullatif al-Amin, SeekersGuidance Teaching Assistant: “I have taken several classes on SeekersGuidance and have some experience in taking some classes online. One of the most important keys I’ve found with online classes is not to fall behind on the lessons. One may want to set some time aside everyday or a few […]

A class for serious seekers: Dars Maraqi al-Falah – Mastering the Fiqh of Worship according to the Hanafi school – with Shaykh Faraz Rabbani

Mastering Worship Dars Maraqi al-Falah درس مراقي الفلاح For seekers of knowledge who have covered at least two complete texts in the fiqh of worship, and who know Arabic, Mastering Worship will be covering Imam Shurunbulali’s Maraqi al-Falah in full, with Shaykh Faraz Rabbani The commentary (Maraqi al-Falah) will be read in Arabic, and explain […]

Steps to Success on the Way to the Light of Knowledge – Nur Sacred Sciences

Click here for Original Link When Imām al-Shāfiʿī complained to his teacher Wakīʿ of his difficulty in retaining knowledge, he was given profound advice that would become famous lines continuously echoed centuries later: “Abandon sin.  For knowledge is a light.  And the light of God is not granted to the disobedient.”  Reflected in the wisdom […]

Advice for Students of Knowledge Overseas: A Meeting with Dr. Ingrid Mattson – By Ustadh Abdullah Misra

Advice for Students of Knowledge Overseas: A Meeting with Dr. Ingrid Mattson Most Western religious students studying overseas intend to return home to help their communities.  However, after years of immersion in a foreign culture, students may find themselves out of touch with the Muslim community and the broader society.  These students must know the […]