Walead Mohammed Mosaad is a teacher and researcher of the Islamic sciences. He is the Director of Muslim Student Life at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and an adjunct professor of Ethics in the philosophy department at the same university..
He has completed degrees from Rutgers University, the Fath Islamic Seminary in Damascus, al-Azhar University in Cairo, the University of Liverpool, and a PhD in Arab and Islamic Studies at the University of Exeter in the UK.
He has lectured on various topics of interest, including Muslims as minorities, interfaith understanding, and the importance of purification and spirituality in addressing the human condition.
- ILMW201A- Essentials of Worship (Maliki): Ibn ‘Ashir’s Murshid al-Mu’in Explained (Part One): Beliefs, Purification, and Prayer (Not offered this semester)
- ILMW201B- Essentials of Worship (Maliki): Ibn ‘Ashir’s Murshid al-Mu’in Explained (Part Two): Prayer, Zakat, Hajj, and Spirituality (Not offered this semester)
- On-Demand – Renewing Religion: Thematic Overview of Imam Ghazali’s Ihya’
- On-Demand – Keys to Raising Righteous Children: Eight Lessons on Successful Parenting
- On-Demand – Social Justice In The Islamic Tradition: How to Approach Justice and Uphold Truth with Wisdom and Principle
- On-Demand – Giving Life To Surat Al-Kahf: An Overview of Key Themes and Lessons
- On-Demand – 30 Days, 30 Deeds: A Roadmap of Virtues and Good to Transform Your Life and Relations