The Dean’s List of 2011



[And it will be said], “Indeed, this is for you a reward, and your effort has been appreciated.” (Sūrat’l-Insān, 22)

Māshā’Allāh the hard work and efforts paid off! Out of our 40,000+ students, we have a handful of shining stars. These students attended 3 or more classes in 2011, took the exams, and scored a 90% or above on each of those exams. It is with great pride and honor that we present to you AlMaghrib’s 2011 Dean’s List!  

Durbah:

  • Farah Chaudhry
  • Md Haque
  • Azam Riaz
  • Maryam Rabeea
  • Babar Khan
  • Ibaad Sadiq
  • Firoza Zaman
  • Su’aad Zaman

Ittihad:

  • Zeinab Ahmed
  • Safa Al-Dabagh
  • Ola Al-Dabagh
  • Osama Iqbal
  • Samar Saadedeen

Haqq:

  • Shahd Bahgat

Madinatayn:

  • Mohamed Njah
  • Warda Odhowa

Majd:

  • Julie Lowe
  • Solange Waithe

Salaam:

  • Devon Lyons
  • Zaineb Lyons
  • Widaad Zaman

Tayybah:

  • Najeebuddin  Mohammad
  • Salman Ghani
  • Waleed Tawfik
  • Tayyib Zaman

Quwwa:

  • Shakeel Shareef

As a small token of our appreciation, these students will receive:

  • Preferred seating at seminars
  • A private group phone consultation with our instructors
  • Early registration for IlmSummit

May Allāh increase them in knowledge that is beneficial and reward them for their efforts, āmīn.

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3 Responses to The Dean’s List of 2011

  1. Tayyibite says:

    Hmm. Tayybah almost beat Durbah.

  2. Masha’Allah tabarak’Allah… well done!

    You all make us proud and want to strive harder, insha’Allah! :)

  3. Hafsi says:

    Finally, we really sulhod constantly remind ourselves that education starts at home. The parents must properly comprehend and grasp the situation of the child. They need to also consider the aspects and effects of the autistic condition and how they can effectively address the development of the child. These are a number of the few points that must be aimed for: understanding the behavior, knowing the correct response, encouraging new ones, dealing with the social issues, working and playing together.