The Islamic Center of the South Shore is also known as Masjid Hamza. Masjid Hamza is a leading grass root organization which seeks to obtain the pleasure of Allah (SWT) through working for the establishment of Islam in all spheres of life. Masjid Hamza has many programs, and activities for our brothers, sisters, an our youth - which are designed to help in the process of molding the individual and reforming society at large.
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Becoming the Best Version of You - Saadia Yunus

Saadia Z. Yunus, MA, LMFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist and motivational speaker. She earned her Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Hofstra University in New York and is a graduate of the Institute of Islamic Sciences. She is experienced in working with individuals, couples, families, and groups from many ethnic backgrounds and religions. Saadia Z. Yunus provides workshops and delivers motivational speeches all throughout the country. She is skilled in the modalities of structural family therapy, solution-focused therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy. She has also completed Level 1 training of the Gottman Method couples therapy.

11/18/2017 8:00:00 PM -05:00

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Final Destination - Our Journey Home

From the graves to the garden, and everything in between. The Yemeni scholar Imam Abdallah Ibn Alawi Al Haddad. lays out the stages of life in his work "The Lives of Man." Our minds are often ensnared in the here and now of the second life- Dunya - the time we currently inhabit in our temporary pit stop on earth. But after the pangs of death take their toll, a series of next steps will inevitably transpire.Join us as we learn about the journeys that await in the next stages of existence. From the grave to the Scales of the Day of Judgment. Across As-Sirat (the bridge) to the Hawd (Pool) and penultimate intercession. And finally, the gardens of Paradise and the pits of the Hellfire.

7/22/2017 8:23:00 PM -04:00

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Epistemicide: Burning the Roots of Knowledge

Abdullah ibn Amr reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Verily, Allah does not withhold knowledge by snatching it away from his servants, but rather he withholds knowledge by withholding scholars, until no scholar remains and people follow ignorant leaders. They are asked and they issue judgments without knowledge. Thus, they are astray and lead others astray.” [Bukhari and Muslim] What is epistemology and where do we receive our knowledge from? Who has the authority to interpret foundational texts and extrapolate meaning from them? The knowledge systems that we are indoctrinated by today are tainted by colonization, secularism and liberalism. Revelation is no longer considered Truth and the foundations of epistemology are being destroyed as each individual's personal truth is as valid as another individual's equally weighted, but opposite truth. How do we navigate the current state of affairs and distinguish those qualified to speak Truth against those who sound true? Come join us with Imam Mikaeel Smith for a conversation on this topic.

5/12/2017 8:00:00 PM -04:00

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Civil Liberties with CAIR New York

Sister's only event about civil liberties with Sister Afaf Nasher of CAIR NY! About Afaf Nasher Afaf Nasher graduated St. John’s University School of Law in 2005 and practiced corporate litigation in a private firm for several years. Thereafter she shifted her focus towards family and community. She serves as a volunteer with several organizations in various capacities. In her present role as the Executive Director for CAIR–NY, she works side by side with talented staff dedicated to fight discrimination against Muslims, protect civil liberties, and promote civic engagement, activism, and mutual understanding.

5/7/2017 2:00:00 PM -04:00

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Allah or the Oppressor: Whose Love Do We Seek?

Ka’b ibn Ujrah reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, came to us while we were a group of nine. The Prophet said, “Verily, tyrannical rulers will come after me and whoever affirms their lies and supports their oppression has nothing to do with me and I have nothing to do with him, and he will not drink with me at the fountain in Paradise. Whoever does not affirm their lies and does not support their oppression is part of me and I am part of him, and he will drink with me at the fountain in Paradise.” The oppressor's touch looms ominously over much of the world, but at the end of the day, Allah SWT is always in control. In the face of hegemony and oppression, what motivates our actions, spiritual states, and beliefs? Diseases of the heart can pull the believer towards a dark path - the support of monstrous militaries, love for the wealthy and powerful, and a hapless acceptance of the borders, rules, and ideologies imposed by ill-intentioned outsiders. How can we begin breaking out of mental frameworks that seek the adoration and approval of manmade structures over Allah? What is it that Allah wants from us in these tumultuous times? Join us as we delve into these questions and attempt to break down the colonized mindset with Brother Cyrus McGoldrick!

4/30/2017 8:00:00 PM -04:00

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Know Your Rights While Traveling - CUNY CLEAR Workshop

2/25/2017 8:00:00 PM -05:00

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Imam Suhaib Webb & MLFA visit Masjid Hamza

2/12/2017 8:00:00 PM -05:00

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Hadith Night - Shaykh Taha Abdul Basser and Mufti Muntasir Zaman

The event will begin after Isha (8:00 PM) and will be followed by a Question & Answer session. The Relationship Between the Qur'an and Hadith Yahya related to me from Malik that he heard that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, "I have left two matters with you. As long as you hold to them, you will not go the wrong way. They are the Book of Allah and the Sunna of His Prophet." [Muwatta of Imam Malik] How do ahadith, the rigorously researched reports detailing the statements and actions of the Messenger ﷺ, relate to the Qur'an? What should we understand about the ways in which the two sources dovetail and influence one another? What do we make of claims that the Qur'an alone is sufficient as guidance for a Muslim? Selected Readings from the Musnad of Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal Sh. Taha will be reading selected passages from the Musnad of Imam Ahmad, a famous collection of hadith organized by the founder of the Hanbali madhab (school of thought). Join us as we sit together and take benefit from the timeless words of the Messenger ﷺ. Speaker Biographies Mufti Muntasir Zaman Mufti Muntasir Zaman was born in Queens, New York where he completed the memorization of the Qur'an. He then traveled to Ontario, Canada to begin the elementary years of the Alimiyyah program. Thereafter, he continued his studies in South Africa where he completed the Alimiyyah, Iftaa, and Hadith programs respectively. He then travelled to the U.K where he received an M.A in Islamic Studies. Mufti Muntasir writes articles at https://ahadithnotes.com/ Shaykh Taha Abdul Basser Taha bin Hasan Abdul-Basser is a researcher and teacher of Islamic ethics and law who has acted as a shari`a compliance reviewer, examiner and consultant to investment funds, investment banks, retail banks, financial advisories, legal advisors and other for-profit and not-for-profit entities since 1998. He was lead contributor to the Harvard Islamic Finance Information Program's database software on Islamic financial ethics and jurisprudence, independent study course instructor ("Principles of Islamic Finance") at Harvard Business School, Senior Tutorial Advisor at Harvard University's Department of Near Eastern Language and Civilizations and the Harvard Islamic Society Chaplain (1999-2013). He received his Bachelors (A.B.) in the Comparative Study of Religion from Harvard College, a Master's (A.M.) in Arabic and Islamic Studies from the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at Harvard University and is an ABD from the same department. In addition to his father (with whom he began the study of standard Arabic as a child), he has studied the traditional Islamic disciplines with teachers from the Sudan, the Yemen, Tanzania and Bahrain. He has received traditional licenses (ijazat) in Islamic ethics and law, Prophetic traditions (hadith) and other disciplines from several notable scholars, including Sh Nizam Ya`quby.

2/11/2017 8:00:00 PM -05:00

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World of the Unseen: Black Magic, Evil Eye & Whispers of Shaytan

12/24/2016 8:00:00 PM -05:00

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Career Exploration Event

This is a workshop for students and their parents in high school. Schedule of Event: 1) 2:00pm-2:05pm Introduction of the event 2) 2:05- 2:10pm General advice and Tips to High School Students 3) 2:10-2:15pm -Take questions from the audience 4) 2:15-2:20- General advice to High School Students 5) 2:20-2:25- Take questions from the audience 6) 2:25-3pm- Each Panel member will speak for 2-5 minutes 7) 3pm-3:30pm Open Q & A Session 8) 3:30pm- 3:35 closing remarks 9) 3:35-4pm - Refreshments and clean up Below is the panel for the event: Salman M. Education: MBA, The Wharton School of Business BA, Columbia University Professional Experience: 10+ years in financial services industry or consulting Currently: Management Consultant Previous employers: BlackRock, McKinsey & Company and Goldman Sachs Umar A. Education: B.S/M.S., Civil Engineering, Columbia University Professional Experience: Manager/Ernest & Young Hamdan A. Education: B.S., Economics, Penn State University M.S., University of Michigan Ph.D, Neuroscience, University of Chicago Professional Experience: Facebook 2012 Presidential Campaign Nisha B. Education: B.S., NYU MBA, Harvard University Professional Experience: Lehman Brothers NYPH in Business Operations CVS Health Northwell Long Island Mobben S. Education: Civil Engineer Shah M. Professional Experience: Radiology Technologist Nauman S. Professional Experience: Sr. Financial Analyst/WPP Group – JWT Ali H. Professional Experience: Pharmacist Yusuf H. Professional Experience: Vice President, Goldman Sachs & Co. Finance Industry, Cyber Security Sahar H. Professional Experience: CEO, Edievate LLC Educational Consulting Director of Curriculum & Staff Development, Hamza Academy Mohammed A. Professional Experience: Manager, Morgan Stanley Sonia J. Professional Experience: Doctor, Delmont Medical Center Junaid V., CPA Professional Experience: Senior Associate, PwC Zohaib Q., CPA Professional Experience: Inspectional Specialist at the PCAOB & Adjunct Professor at Baruch College Manager at PwC Education: B.S. & MBA, St. John

11/20/2016 2:00:00 PM -05:00

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Night of Qur'an

Shaykh Hasan Abu Nar is a world renowned Islamic scholar and Qari. He has been selected as a judge on many Quran competitions worldwide. He is a former imam of a masjid in Connecticut and is currently a teacher at Darul Uloom NY. Shaykh Hassan Saleh is originally from Egypt. He is a graduate of the college of Quran Recitations and its Sciences in Al-Azhar University. He was the Imam and Quran mentor at Dar-Addawa Masjid in New York from 2004 through 2010. He is currently the Imam and Quran instructor at the Islamic Education Center in New Jersey.

8/27/2016 8:00:00 PM -04:00

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Hajj Seminar

Masjid Hamza will be holding a seminar for this year's pilgrims going for Hajj. All are encouraged to attend! Speakers include Sheikh Mohammad Elshinawy & Dr. Hatem El-Haj. Hafiz Abaidullah Rana will also be available to answer questions, as he and Mufti Farhan will be leading a Hajj group.

7/30/2016 8:00:00 PM -04:00

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Quran and Science by a NASA Scientist

Background of Abdul Hye, PhD PhD in Mechanical Engineering from University of Windsor, Canada. Living in Houston since 1981. He has over 28 years of aerospace experience for NASA - Johnson Space Center on Space Station, Space Shuttle, and Spacelab. He has written many Technical papers and has one US patent. Written 20 books on Islam, Daw’ah, and comparative religion. Has developed 30 PowerPoint presentations on Daw’ah, Islam. Presented to over 150 cities of USA, Canada, overseas – Masjids, churches, Universities. Recently visited Bahrain at the invitation of the Prime Minister/King to present to community, School, and University. Also presented at Saudi Arabia. The Comparative religion presentation is being used globally by Muslims to interact with other faiths. Books, CDs and DVDs are being used in jail, hospital, masjid, library, etc.

7/24/2016 1:30:00 PM -04:00

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Spring Fair 2016 at Masjid Hamza

Join us on Saturday, May 21st from 11AM to 6PM for Masjid Hamza's annual spring fair. We will have BBQ, bazaar, face painting, bouncy castle, cotton candy and more! Purchase meals and snacks at our food court! **Vendors registration is full. We are not accepting anymore vendors**

5/21/2016 11:00:00 AM -04:00

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Hifz School Graduation

Support our children and the future Huffadh of our community. Join us with your family and friends. Speakers: Sheikh Monzer Taleb & Sheikh Mikaeel Abdulrahman Program includes: Quran recitation, Nasheeds, short speeches, awards ceremony DInner will be served

5/20/2016 7:30:00 PM -04:00

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How to Give Dawah?

Dawah Workshop Join us on Saturday, May 7, 2016 from Asr (6:00pm) to Maghrib at Masjid Hamza where Dr. Sabeel Ahmed from GainPeace.com will discuss ways to give dawah to non-Muslims. This event is open to brothers and sisters. Topics: The characteristics of a Daee Importance of Dawah Break the ice; start a Dawah conversation Practical Dawah - Tips and Techniques And more!

5/7/2016 6:00:00 PM -04:00

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Scholars of the Schools: The Four Great Imams

See schedule: http://bit.ly/1MECX9L The work of the illustrious great imams and the legions of students that followed them have preserved much of Islamic law up until the present day. Who were they? How were they connected to one another? And ultimately, what lessons can we draw from their remarkable examples for our own lives? Join us for this two-day event to learn more about the founders of the four schools and build a deeper appreciation for the rich differences of opinion among our scholars. SPEAKER BIOS Mufti Mujibur Rahman - Imam Abu Hanifa Born in Bangladesh and raised in New York, Shaykh Mohammad Mujibur Rahman completed High School and soon embarked on his journey to learn the Islamic sciences. He completed a six year Alim course at Darul Uloom Azadville, South Africa. He has studied under great scholars, receiving several formal authorizations (Ijaza) in the sacred sciences. He earned authorizations in Hadith under Shaykh Fadhlur Rahman A’zami and authorizations on the Ten Qira’aat (forms of recitation of the Qur’aan) from Shaykhul Qurra’ Ismail Essack. Upon graduation, he travelled to Deoband, India, where he attended the world leading Islamic seminary Darul Uloom Deoband and gained specialized training in answering legal questions under Mufti Habeebur Rahman Khairabaadi. He also received authorization by Mufti Yusuf Thawli in fatwa. During his stay in India, he studied under great ‘Ulama such as Shaykh Naseer Khan, Mufti Zafeer uddin Miftaahi, privately by both Shaykh Arshad Madani and Mufti Sa’eed Palanpuri. Upon his return to America, he resided as Imam of Madina Masjid in Manhattan, New York for a period of two years. Thereafter he took a one and a half years off to complete his Memorization of the Quran in Darul ‘Uloom Al Madania, Buffalo and is now serving as a full time Instructor at Darul Uloom New York. Shaykh Hamza wald Maqbul - Imam Malik Shaykh Hamzah Wald Maqbul was born in Whittier, California, and lived in Southern California until the age of ten when he moved to Blaine, Washington. After graduating from Blaine High School, he went on to attend the University of Washington and in 2004 completed a Bachelors of Science in Biochemistry and a Bachelors of Arts in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. After graduation Hamzah went on to pursue traditional Islamic studies, which took him to a number of countries, including Syria and Egypt where he studied the Arabic language, Morocco, Mauritania, and UAE, where he studied the madhab of Imām Mālik, grammar, usūl al-hadīth, and the two renditions of the qira’ah of Imām Nafi‘, Warsh and Qalun, and finally Pakistan where he had the opportunity to study tafseer, usūl al-ḥadīth, ḥadīth, ‘ilm al-rijāl and Hanafī fiqh. All of these studies culminated in him receiving an ijāzat al-tadrīs, literally meaning “a license to teach,” which is the equivalent in Pakistani Islamic seminaries to a MA in Arabic and Islamic studies, as well as an unbroken chain of transmission by which to narrate the ḥadīth of such books as the Muwaṭṭa’ of Imām Mālik, the Ṣiḥaḥ al-Sittah (Bukhārī, Muslim, Abū Dawūd, Tirmidhī, Nasā’ī and Ibn Mājah), and the Sharḥ Maʿānī al-Athār of Imam al-Taḥāwī. After his return to America he spent five years as the resident scholar of the Thawr Institute, a non-profit religious and educational organization based in Seattle, Washington. In parallel with his work at Thawr, he was worked closely with Islamic Relief, CAIR Seattle, and a number of other non-profit organizations that serve the Muslim Community. From 2012 through 2014 he was an instructor at Darul Qasim, an institute for higher Islamic studies in Glen Ellyn, IL. At Darul Qasim, he taught Naḥū (Arabic Syntax), Ṣarf (Arabic Morphology), Mālikī fiqh, ʿAqīdah (Creed), Ḥadīth Studies, Qur’ānic Studies, and Sīrah (Prophetic Biography). He has previously served as an Imām with the Muslim Association of Greater Rockford’s mosque in Rockford, Illinois. Throughout his time in America, he has been teaching, giving khuṭbas in masjids, and traveling through America promoting seeking sacred knowledge and the practice of the prophetic sunnah. Ustadh Tariq Ameer - Imam Al Shafi’i Ustadh Tariq Ameer began his formal Islamic Studies during college in Atlanta, Georgia with Ustadh Jamal Hysaw and Shaykh Muhammad Mendes. After graduation he traveled to Tarim, Yemen where he studied at the former Badr Institute and thereafter Dar Al Mustafa. Upon his return to the United States he continued his studies with local teachers including Shaykh Khalil Abdur-Rashid, Dr. Shadee El Masry as well as teachers from Qibla. Sidi Tariq has received ijaza in different texts in the subjects of Shaf'i Fiqh, Aqeedah, Hadith terminology, Shamaiil, as well as covered texts without ijaza in Hadith, Arabic, Mantiq, and Usul Fiqh. Shaykh Taha Abdul-Basser - Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal Taha bin Hasan Abdul-Basser is a researcher and teacher of Islamic ethics and law who has acted as a shari`a compliance reviewer, examiner and consultant to investment funds, investment banks, retail banks, financial advisories, legal advisors and other for-profit and not-for-profit entities since 1998. He was lead contributor to the Harvard Islamic Finance Information Program's database software on Islamic financial ethics and jurisprudence, independent study course instructor ("Principles of Islamic Finance") at Harvard Business School, Senior Tutorial Advisor at Harvard University's Department of Near Eastern Language and Civilizations and the Harvard Islamic Society Chaplain (1999-2013). He received his Bachelors (A.B.) in the Comparative Study of Religion from Harvard College, a Master's (A.M.) in Arabic and Islamic Studies from the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at Harvard University and is an ABD from the same department. In addition to his father (with whom he began the study of standard Arabic as a child), he has studied the traditional Islamic disciplines with teachers from the Sudan, the Yemen, Tanzania and Bahrain. He has received traditional licenses (ijazat) in Islamic ethics and law, Prophetic traditions (hadith) and other disciplines from several notable scholars, including Sh Nizam Ya`quby.

4/23/2016 7:30:00 PM -04:00

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Family Matters: Living with Prophetic Chivalry - Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam

The event will be after Maghreb Salah. Mufti Mohammad ibn Adam is from England and this is his first trip to New York. Bio: Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari is a young traditionally trained scholar who studied in different parts of the world. British born and bred, he memorized the Qur’an at the age of nine, and initially studied the Arabic Language and various other traditional Islamic Sciences at Darul Uloom, Bury, UK, and thus received authorizations (ijazas) in various books including the six major books of Hadith. He also took part in a one year course of specialization in the science of giving legal verdicts (Iftaa). He also travelled to Karachi, Pakistan, where he studied under Justice (Rtd) Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani and others. Later, he travelled to Damascus, Syria, where he increased in experience and knowledge by studying there and receiving authorization (ijaza) from Shaykh Abd al-Razzaq al-Halabi and others.

4/17/2016 7:30:00 PM -04:00

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Managing Our Differences - Ust. Mohammad Elshinawy

4/1/2016 9:00:00 PM -04:00

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Malcolm X by Imam Siraj Wahaj

Join us as Imam Siraj Wahaj speaks on the life of Malcolm X on Sunday, February 21, 2016 after Maghrib, which also happens to be the exact date he was assassinated 51 years ago. A Masjid Hamza & ICNA NY event.

2/21/2016 5:30:00 PM -05:00

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Living Till 50:19 by Ustadh Mohamad Baajour

"And the intoxication of death will bring the truth; that is what you were trying to avoid." Surah Qaf - 19

2/19/2016 8:00:00 PM -05:00

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Economic Injustice: Taking Personal Responsibility - Shaykh Hamzah Maqbul

Economic Injustice - Taking Personal Responsibility Economic injustice is widespread in the contemporary world. What roles do we play as individuals in fighting back against the problems of the era? Join us to learn more about Islamic economics and practical ways to oppose disparities in our community. All are welcome! NOTE: You can also join Shaykh Hamzah Maqbul, Mufti Farhan, Mufti Niaz Hannan, and other scholars on Saturday, January 23rd in NYC! Learn more about the Islamic sciences and the various classes offered by DUA Institute in the upcoming semester: Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/918673254847145/ Shaykh Hamzah Wald Maqbul was born in Whittier, California, and lived in Southern California until the age of ten when he moved to Blaine, Washington. After graduating from Blaine High School, he went on to attend the University of Washington and in 2004 completed a Bachelors of Science in Biochemistry and a Bachelors of Arts in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. After graduation Hamzah went on to pursue traditional Islamic studies, which took him to a number of countries, including Syria and Egypt where he studied the Arabic language, Morocco, Mauritania, and UAE, where he studied the madhab of Imām Mālik, grammar, usūl al-hadīth, and the two renditions of the qira’ah of Imām Nafi‘, Warsh and Qalun, and finally Pakistan where he had the opportunity to study tafseer, usūl al-ḥadīth, ḥadīth, ‘ilm al-rijāl and Hanafī fiqh. All of these studies culminated in him receiving an ijāzat al-tadrīs, literally meaning “a license to teach,” which is the equivalent in Pakistani Islamic seminaries to a MA in Arabic and Islamic studies, as well as an unbroken chain of transmission by which to narrate the ḥadīth of such books as the Muwaṭṭa’ of Imām Mālik, the Ṣiḥaḥ al-Sittah (Bukhārī, Muslim, Abū Dawūd, Tirmidhī, Nasā’ī and Ibn Mājah), and the Sharḥ Maʿānī al-Athār of Imam al-Taḥāwī. After his return to America he spent five years as the resident scholar of the Thawr Institute, a non-profit religious and educational organization based in Seattle, Washington. In parallel with his work at Thawr, he was worked closely with Islamic Relief, CAIR Seattle, and a number of other non-profit organizations that serve the Muslim Community. From 2012 through 2014 he was an instructor at Darul Qasim, an institute for higher Islamic studies in Glen Ellyn, IL. At Darul Qasim, he taught Naḥū (Arabic Syntax), Ṣarf (Arabic Morphology), Mālikī fiqh, ʿAqīdah (Creed), Ḥadīth Studies, Qur’ānic Studies, and Sīrah (Prophetic Biography). Since the beginning of 2015 he has taken the position of Imām Throughout his time in America, he has been teaching, giving khuṭbas in masjids, and traveling through America promoting seeking sacred knowledge and the practice of the prophetic sunnah.

1/24/2016 1:00:00 PM -05:00

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The Almighty Allah - Shaykh Mohammad Yasir

Shaykh Mohammad Yasir studied at the Institute of Islamic Education in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire where he completed his studies in Qira'at, Aqīdah, Arabic grammar, Logic, science of hadith, exegesis of the Qur'an and also accomplished the hifz of the Qur'an. He studied Aqīdah [Islamic theology] with Shaykh Mufti Musa Badat the khalifah of Mufti Mahmood Hasan Gangohi [r.h]. He attained ijaazah in hadith from Shaykhul Hadith Mufti Muslihuddin and in the 7 Qira'ats from Shaykh Imtiyaz. He also got ijazah at the completion of Bukhari from Maulana Tariq Jameel. Currently Shaykh is an imam in a masjid in Bradford in which he serves the needs of his local community at large. In addition he teaches Islamic studies in a secondary school.

12/20/2015 8:00:00 PM -05:00

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Preserving Our Identity In The Face of Islamophobia

Please note: This event will be taking place after our weekly Seerah program. Speaker Bio: Mufti Azeemuddin Ahmed was born and raised in the Chicagoland area. At a very early age he memorized the Holy Qur’an. Mufti Azeemuddin then set out for South Africa to begin a rigorous eight-year alim and ifta course at Darul Uloom Zakariyya in Johannesburg, South Africa. There, he was blessed with the opportunity to study under one of the world’s elite jurists and scholars ofhadith, Mufti Rada-ul-Haq, among many other notable scholars of Islam. Following his graduation with top honors from South Africa, Mufti Azeemuddin went on to earn his BA in Psychology from Elmhurst College. He served as the director of AIA Masjid in Frankfort, Illinois from 2006 to 2012. Mufti Azeemuddin serves as the principal of DarusSalam Academy and teaches introductory Arabic, intermediate Arabic grammar, intermediate and advanced Arabic literature, and introductory and intermediate conversational Arabic. Mufti Azeemuddin also serves as the associate Imam and Khateeb of Masjid DarusSalam.

12/5/2015 9:30:00 PM -05:00

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The Power of Dua

“There is nothing more dear to Allah Ta’ala than a servant making dua to him.” [at Tirmidhi] “The person who does not ask from Allah Ta’ala, Allah Ta’ala becomes angry with him.” [at Tirmidhi, Ahmad] “Du’a is a weapon of a believer, a pillar of religion, and a light of the heavens and the earth.” [al-Hakim] “The Prophet, salAllahu alaiyhi wasalam, said to him while Ibn-Abbas was riding behind him on the same mount;”young man, I shall teach you some words [of advice]:Be mindful of Allah and you will find him in front of you. If you ask, ask only Allah and if you seek help, seek help only from Allah. And know that if all the nations were to gather together to benefit you, they would benefit you only with something that Allah had already prescribed for you, and if they gather together to harm you, they would harm you only with something that Allah had already prescribed for you. The pens have been lifted and the pages are dry.” [at-Tirmidhi] Join us for a lecture about The Power of Dua with Mufti Zaid Khan NOTE: All of our events are broadcasted live at www.YouTube.com/masjidhamzany

11/20/2015 8:00:00 PM -05:00

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Gems from Surah Luqman

Sheikh Monzer Taleb will be the Khateeb on 11/13/15 and later that night, after Isha (8:00pm), will be speaking on the "Gems from Surah Luqman" Monzer Taleb is an Imam, Qari, Khateeb and lecturer who has been in the DFW area for the past 30 years. He studied under his father Dr. Mostafa Taleb, who was a graduate of Al-Azhar University. Taleb conducts many seminars in leadership, family and youth topics. He has also conducted a series about the Prophet Muhammad’s Seerah and the four Khulafa Ar-Rashideen. He is currently a board member for the Islamic Association of North Texas and teaches during the Bayyinah Dream program

11/13/2015 8:00:00 PM -05:00

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Muharram: Significance & Misconceptions

Mufti Muhammad Farhan will be discussing the significance of Muharram. Join us to learn more about the importance of the day of Ashura, the blessings of these days, and some of the misconceptions associated with the month. The event will begin after Isha at 8:00 PM. All of our events are broadcasted live at www.YouTube.com/masjidhamzany

10/24/2015 8:00:00 PM -04:00

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