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When Zubair Met Zubeida: A Snapshot of Learning at SeekersGuidance – Saad Razi Shaikh

A year and a half ago, I started learning at SeekersGuidance. Here’s why you should start too. A few weeks into the year 2018 found me by my desk, staring at the blank screen of my computer, not unlike an oracle staring at her orb. A string of lows in life had found me bewildered […]

Review of “The Rise of the Scholarly Gig Economy and Fall of Community Development” – Nurulain Wolhuter

In a recent article in Muslim Matters, Shaykh Osman Umarji highlights the plight of many scholars of sacred knowledge who give up their careers and livelihoods to study abroad and subsequently return to the West to teach the Muslim community. Instead of being honored and respected for their sacrifices, they face criticism and complaints. Instead […]

Support SeekersGuidance’s Islamic Scholars Fund – Ibn Ali Miller

Ibn Ali Miller urges you to support SeekersGuidance’s Islamic Scholars Fund. He laments that many people only donate in Ramadan, while the Fund supports scholars and students work year round. Ibn Ali explains that if we donate now, these scholars and students will be able to do their jobs during the holy month. “You should […]

“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’]

Why I Support SeekersHub Global – Sr. Erin Rutherford

Assalaam Alaikum Seekers and Friends, Ramadan Mubarak! I pray that you are in the best of health and faith. I seriously love the work that I do for SeekersHub Global! It is motivating to see how many people join us each term. Since our humble beginning over 25,000 students have studied with us– to improve their relationship with Allah, […]