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As-salaam Alaykum

 

Way of the Ulema...

Shaykh Gibril Haddad,

Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi (He is a direct descendant of the Prophet (pbuh))

Shaykh Faisal Abdul-Razzaq

 

Saturday 20th January 2007

4:30pm-10:00pm

 

Birmingham Central Masjid

180 Belgrave Middleway

Birmingham B12 0XS

 

Brothers and Sisters Welcome

 

######shaykhibrahim######

07967 250 461 (evenings only)

info[at]shaykhibrahim######

 

 

I might go inshallah, same day as my little sisters birthday thing in McDonalds :S

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:j: for informing us UKbro

 

Central Masjid, that used to be the main masjid I went to during the college days. It'll be nice to step in there again after months.

 

I'll try and make it by the will of Allah (swt)

 

I hope your little sis has a lovely birthday :)

 

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Shaykh Faisal Abdul-Razzaq

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Is that (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetislamicforumonline(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/about_imam.htm"]Sheikh Faisal[/url] from Canada?

 

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Yeah sorry I forgot to include that detail from the leaflet...

 

Shaykh G Haddad from USA

Shaykh Fasial from - yes - Canada

Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi from Syria

 

and in elipses... Shaykh Muhammad is a direct descendant of the Prophet (pbuh) from a family of scholars that have taught the sacred knowledge for centuries.

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Thanks Aamina... she's thrilled that she's "6", which - purely by coincidence - is my parents' fave number... how cool is that??! And you also need two hands instead of one to do the number 6... just another of the many benefits of being 6 I guess....

 

Lol Jazakallah Khayr

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Assalamu alaikum :sl: InshaAllah i will try to make it that day....

 

Once one of my friend told me about Sheikh Al-Yaqubi, im not sure if he is the same one as written here.

Once Shaikh Hamza Yusuf and Sheikh Yaqubi came to Ghamkol Sharif Masjid, i guess we're talkin about same Shiekh Yaqubi :sl:..... anyways, inshallah i will be there that day.... Salaam

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Assalamu alaikum :sl: InshaAllah i will try to make it that day....

 

Once one of my friend told me about Sheikh Al-Yaqubi, im not sure if he is the same one as written here.

Once Shaikh Hamza Yusuf and Sheikh Yaqubi came to Ghamkol Sharif Masjid, i guess we're talkin about same Shiekh Yaqubi :j:..... anyways, inshallah i will be there that day.... Salaam

 

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Yes it is the same Sheykh Ya'qoubi. If you are able to sit in his presence then do so, you will be enlightened.

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Once Shaikh Hamza Yusuf and Sheikh Yaqubi came to Ghamkol Sharif Masjid

 

I've been to shaykh hamza yusuf's lecture in Ghamkol Sharif.

 

:sl: made a definite decision to go the lecture outlined in the initial post.

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Alhamdulillah. If I was anywhere near Birmingham I'd be there but as I'm not I will await a review from one of our brummies :sl:

Edited by emel

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I live in Alum Rock area, which is like 2 miles away from Ghamkol Sarif Masjid and 3 miles away from Central Masjid =)

 

Well i guess it will be a bit strange for me to attend on my own, i will try to get one of my asian friends with me :sl:.

 

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I live in Alum Rock area, which is like 2 miles away from Ghamkol Sarif Masjid and 3 miles away from Central Masjid =)

 

Well i guess it will be a bit strange for me to attend on my own, i will try to get one of my asian friends with me :).

 

:sl:

 

 

:j: <<< was accident lol.... i meant Assalamu alaikum..(not Astagfirullah),, need to learn shortcuts :sl:

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