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With Allah's Name, The Merciful Benefactor, The Merciful Redeemer

 

The Study Al-Islam program is dedicated to the legacy and leadership of Imam W. Deen Mohammed (raa).

Study Al-Islam program began in 2014 during the holy month of Ramadan. The program encourages the understanding and the application of the Qur'an as the primary source for making daily decisions in our personal, family, and community life.
 
Study Al-Islam is a 30-minute series of lectures that are offered in two parts, Ramadan and Life Topics. The lectures are offered by respected educated Speakers. The Speakers explain concepts in the Qur'an, traditions of Prophet Muhammed (PBUH), and the Arabic language, according to the insightful, scriptural, and contemporary language of Imam W.D. Mohammed (raa).

 
 

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Washington, DC

Salahuddin Bilal
Newark, NJ

Abdul Shaheed
Killeen, TX

Cheryl El-Amin
Detroit, MI

Hassan Family
Baltimore, MD

Samuel Mustafa
Fort Mill, SC

Luqman Talibdin
Bronx, NY

Mustafa Ameen
Stafford, VA

Zakiyyah & Haneef Shakir
Bermuda

Rasheedah & Rasul Nasir
Brentwood, NY

Haneef Z. & Haneefah A. Hasan
Stone Mountain, GA

Majeed leito Family
Brooklyn, NY

Aleem Family
Bowie, MD

Zarifa Muhammad
In memory of Abdal Aziz Muhammad
New York, NY

Samaiyah & Taahira Bashir
Hazel Crest, IL

Umilta Al Uqdah
Brooklyn, NY

Dr Qadir and Sis Beverly Abdus-Sabur
Green Bay, VA

Muhammad Ali
Rochester, NY


 

Note: Throughout this information you will notice the name of the Creator spelled “G-d.” This is in order to show due reverence to the Name of G-d Almighty, that we not use any spelling that could in the reverse mean “dog.”