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 […]

Step One: Essentials Certificate Open to the Deaf Community at SeekersHub Toronto

SeekersHub’s vision is to make reliable Islamic knowledge accessible to everyone, anywhere in the world. As such, SeekersHub has partnered with Global Deaf Muslims Canada (GDMC), in order to make accessible the Step One: Essentials Certificate to the deaf community. Each week, an interpreter will be present to interpret the entire lesson to deaf students. […]

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 […]

SeekersHub Global Islamic Seminary: New Name, Next Journey

as-Salam ‘alaykum wa rahmatu’llah! Today, December 10, 2017, marks the start of the next journey for SeekersHub. So allow us to update everyone on where SeekersHub is going and what you can expect next. First, we’ve embarked on the launch of the SeekersHub Global Islamic Seminary. Announced at today’s Annual Benefit Luncheon in Mississauga, Ontario, […]

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 […]

Agreeing to Disagree: Ikhtilaf in the Islamic Tradition, by Shaykh Ahmad Sa’ad

Shaykh Ahmad Sa’ad on the manner in which we should handle differences of opinion in the Muslim tradition, a difficult but necessary endeavour. Our thanks to ISNA Canada for this recording. [cwa id=’cta’]

“When You Can’t See The Vision, Trust The Visionary” – Imam Siraj Wahhaj

Alhamdulillah, we were blessed to have Imam Siraj Wahhaj join for a special fundraising iftar in Toronto for the SeekersHub Global Islamic Seminary. We need to raise $75K/month to make the Global Islamic Seminary a Reality. Give now – may Allah reward you and increase you! [cwa id=’cta’]

Islamic Scholars Fund: Make an Impact With Your Zakat

In this video Shaykh Faraz Rabbani emphasises the importance of having an Islamic Scholars Fund.  In our times… In traditional Muslim societies endowment supported the best and brightest young minds to become Islamic scholars. Islamic scholars were supported, so that they could dedicate themselves to teaching and providing religious guidance and clarity to the community. […]

Knowledge and Guidance: A Comprehensive SeekersHub Reader

Seeking knowledge is the subject that occupies the first chapter of Imam Al-Ghazali’s seminal work, the Ihya, which is widely regarded as the greatest work on Islamic spirituality in the world. Why did he begin with knowledge, before moving on to the chapter on prayer? Here, we share some of the best SeekersHub resources available on […]

When Reviving The Islamic Spirit Came to Malaysia, by Ustadha Raidah Shah Idil

The wildly popular Reviving The Islamic Spirit convention went to Malaysia for the first time this year. Ustadha Raidah Shah Idil, like others in the region, jumped at the opportunity. When I think of the RIS (Reviving The Islamic Spirit) Convention, I think of Canada – very far away. Imagine my surprise and delight when […]