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The A to Z of Women’s Modern Fiqh

Talks of a new fiqh seminar have created a blaring buzz in the AlMaghrib world. After an exclusive interview with Shaykh Waleed Basyouni, we bring to you the inside scoop to “Complicated? A to Z in Women’s Modern Fiqh.”  

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Among the 500 Most Influential Muslims is AlMaghrib’s Own

We know him as the founder of AlMaghrib Institute, our admirable “Hajj Coach,” creator of the all-too-savory Taraweeh Truffles. This year, Shaykh Muhammad Alshareef has gained a new title as one of The 500 Most Influential Muslims around the world … Read More »

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Rise of the East: When AlMaghrib Reached Malaysia

Once upon a time, when Shaykh Muhammad AlShareef drafted his first plan for AlMaghrib Institute, he envisioned an organization that would rejuvenate Islamic education systems in the West. It would take nine years before his idea is challenged.

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While We Cooked Our Sambosas and Biryani…

Many tribes in the AlMaghrib-o-sphere were seemingly quiet during the month of Ramadan; volunteers retired to their homes and local mosques to engage in devout worship, while others occupied themselves with family dinner invitations. One group’s volunteerism, however, continued nevertheless, as they viewed … Read More »

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A Jewel in the Midst

Sheikh Muhammad Alshareef once coined them “the diamond Qabeelah of AlMaghrib Institute,” and for good reason too. For three years since their birth in 2008, Qabeelat Mass has never failed to live to that name. From their deep engagement in … Read More »

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To the Somali Community

With our beloved Somali communities being one of the strongest in many cities across North America and the UK, Shaykh Said Rageah would like to send a message just for you… in Somali.

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