Seeker Story: How Jamal Found Clarity

Jamaaludeen, a student from Cape Town, South Africa, shares his story on how he managed to find clarity in an age of confusion. “I’ve been studying Islam with SeekersHub for many years now. It has made a great impact on my life. The courses are well-planned, taught by traditional scholars with whom you can interact […]

Adab of Dua 26: Why Is My Dua Not Answered

Allah Most High says, “I am near – I answer the call of the one who calls upon me (2:186).” Yet, many of us wonder: Are my duas being answered? Is there a certain dua I have to read for each of my concerns? Do my duas have to be in Arabic? In this series […]

Seeker Story: How Yusuf Consolidated His Knowledge

Yusuf Patel is a medical doctor from Cape Town, South Africa. Learn what he has to say about how he consolidated his Islamic knowledge through SeekersHub Global. “We’re living in an interesting time that is marked with great confusion and ignorance. As Muslims, it’s critically important for us to connect with our legacy to face […]

Seeker Story: How Rebecca Found Guidance

Seven years ago, shortly after taking her shahada, Rebecca began her studies at SeekersHub. Living in a community of reverts with little access to religious scholars and studies, she was able to gain the necessary knowledge to practice Islam through SeekersHub. This is her story. SeekersHub Global Take a SeekersHub online course. All courses are […]

Adab of Dua 21: Consistency, Praise, and Blessed Days

Allah Most High says, “I am near – I answer the call of the one who calls upon me” (2:186). Yet, many of us wonder: Are my duas being answered? Is there a certain dua I have to read for each of my concerns? Do my duas have to be in Arabic? In this series […]

Step One: Essentials Certificate Launch at SeekersHub Toronto Islamic Seminary

On February 4th, 2018, SeekersHub Toronto launched the very first class of the Step One: Essentials Certificate! Over 100 students attended. SeekersHub Toronto was blooming with lively discussions, great questions and many newly formed friendships. It is an exciting step as we embark on this blessed journey of learning. This is also one of the […]

Islam and the Spiritual Realm by Sheikh Ahmed Abdo

How much do you know about the spiritual realm? We think we know ourselves. We know that we need fresh air, water, food, and shelter for our bodies to survive. We know that because we are discomforted when these things are absent. In addition to the physical realm, there is another: the spiritual realm. This […]

Imam al-Ghazali: The Unlikely Seeker

by Omar Sallam A child is born, probably to a great joy for his family. This child would sadly grow up and lose his father. With no money, he is sent to seek means for funding. Years later, he would be attacked by brigades. Without going further in this story, if I were to ask, […]

Building Our Trust in Religious Leadership, by Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad

At Clothworkers’ Hall in the City of London, the Woolf Institute hosted a panel event with the Archbishop of Canterbury Jason Welby, the Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, and the Dean of the Cambridge Muslim College, Tim Winter (Shaykh Abdal-Hakim Murad). Resources for seekers on scholars and religious leadership Is the hadith: “The scholars are the inheritors of […]

What a Second-Degree Burn Taught Me About Focus, by Chloe Idris

Chloe Idris writes about losing focus and the searing pain of regret. I’m writing this right now as I sit in bed, with my leg elevated and wrapped, nursing a second-degree burn. This is in fact my second second-degree burn since I left my home country to seek sacred knowledge, which seems oddly poetic – […]