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Tawheed 8

Ahmad Jibril

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Tawheed 8

Ahmad Jibril

Sheikh Ahmad Jibril was born in the United States, and spent part of his childhood in the city of Madina in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia when his father, Sheikh Ahmad Jibril, was a student at the Islamic University of Madina. It was there where Sheikh Ahmad also became Hafidh al Qur’an at the age of 11. Sheikh Ahmad then spent the rest of his younger years back in the United States graduating from high school in 1989. Thereafter, he studied at the Islamic University of Madina as his father did, and graduated with a degree in the Shari’a. He returned to the United States and finished his JD/LLM (masters of law) degree from Michigan law schools. May Allah (azza wajal) reward him and his family. Ameen. InshaAllah, through this humble effort, we want to bring rightly guided committed beliefs and dedicated practices of Islam in it’s pure form as intended by the Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wa sallam), and understood by his companions, and practiced by the followers of the companions, and subsequently by their followers the tabi’een and tabi’ tabi’een back into every aspect of life for all members of the Muslim ummah.

Ahmad Jibril

Continuation of the 3rd of 4 introductory principles (DAWAH) Being in a setting where there is sins that you can avoid is not justification for dawah! Proofs from the Quran and Sunnah on the noble task of Dawah Love that the Prophet Sallah Allahu Alyahi Wasalam had for Dawah and his agony over the message … Continued

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