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 this month of giving as a fertile opportunity to increase their involvement with their community. Read More »
From everyone at AlMaghrib Institute, we wish you a heartfelt Eid Mubarak!
As the East Coast braces for Hurricane Irene, all of us at AlMaghrib Institute (staff and instructors) are making dua that Allah (swt) protects all of you and your families.
We urge you to make dua as the Prophet (salla Allahu alayhi wassalam) did at times of heavy winds: Read More »
$108K USD has been raised in under 3 hours and the numbers are still growing – Allahu Akbar!
When we are faced with choices of what to cook today, mothers in Somalia are plagued with the decision on which child to feed while the other must die.
Somalia, we have heard your call and we are responding bi ithnillah. Brothers and sisters, please listen to the replay of Starvation: Raising Hope from Dust – the opportunity to donate is still at our hands. Read More »
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 food shelves to their unparalleled hospitality, the students of Bradford, UK, have recently gained AlMaghrib spotlight for this month’s featured Qabeelah. These words tell a story of their most notable milestones… Read More »
Each year, Shaykh Yasir Qadhi (Dean of Academic Affairs) will be announcing the names of those who made the Dean’s List: a list of academic excellence.
In order to make the Dean’s List, Read More »
Simply two words: “Ramadan Mubarak” – we say it to one another, we post it on Facebook, and it’s in the subject of our emails. But what does it really mean?
Check out this fun video by Shaykh Muhammad Alshareef where he explains “Ramadan Mubarak”, gives some practical advice for Ramadan and shares some insider info about what to expect in the upcoming year.
The instructors, staff, and volunteers here at AlMaghrib ask Allah (swt) that this Ramadan becomes a source of blessing for you in your life. Ramadan Mubarak!
P.S. Last time Shaykh Muhammad recorded an AlMaghrib video, Shaykh Abu Eesa had something to say. Check it out right here: http://www.facebook.com/almaghribworld
by Shaykh Abu Eesa Niamatullah
It’s probably one of our most common and indeed biggest individual problems that we face in our salah/namaz/prayer every day and that is to actually know what you’re doing, where you are, what you’re saying, what’s going on, feeling the presence and making it a real act of worship.
100 PERSON CAPACITY – FIRST COME FIRST SERVE
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.