Educational media productions
High quality media productions are presently being filmed and edited for future release on TV and Video channels.
The content ranges from basic education on Islamic faith to hadith classes, conveyed by Shaykh Muhammad Al-Yaqoubi, who is today one of the greatest authorities on the classical Islamic sciences.
To cover the production costs for these is one of our main fundraising goals. READ MORE about our media projects
Events and courses
Sunni texts like the Sahih hadith collections, the Shamail, the Forty Hadith of Imam al-Nawawi and other seminal works are being recited in full, in various locations all over the world. The recitals are done in the traditional style, observing the pertinent etiquettes, and students who attend the full course are given ijaza.
Courses are as a rule free of charge, and depend on the generosity of donors and volunteers for their organisation and execution.
Part of our mission is to support the spread of modern and classical Sunni books. This includes gifting of books to strategic recipients, as well as support to translation projects.
- Amongst the recent classical publications are
- The Sultan Abdul Hamid luxury edition of Sahih al-Bukhari
- The Introduction to Sahih al-Bukhari (as a separate volume)
- Shamail al-Habib al-Mustafa. A luxury bound collection of hadith describing Prophet Muhammad ﷺ.
Many other publications are presently pendent on means to be brought out to the public.
One of our projects is to gift these books to students, scholars, institutes and libraries, thus making them available in places where they are really needed, and where they are not readily available for sale.
Refuting ISIS by Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi is without a doubt one of the most momentous books on contemporary Islam, translated into 8 languages. Other books are waiting to be translated – with the support of Allah.
Our support to the translation work is essential to speed up the process and make essential books available to the reader in his/her own language.
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