Mufti Ikram-Ul Haq @ BU

On Saturday, 29th October 2011, join us InshaAllah for this beneficial lecture by Mufti Ikram ul Haq, President of the Fatwa Center of America, about the true meaning of Hajj and how it unites Muslims from all corners of the world.

Time – 5:30pm

Where – GSU Musallah

For those brothers and sisters that will be fasting that day, there will be iftaar served from Halal Indian Cuisine.

Check out more details on our Facebook event page: Lecture: “The True Spirit of Hajj”

Please spread the word, and bring your friends!

About Mufti Ikram ul Haq: 

“Mufti Ikram ul haq is the founding president of Fatwa Center of America (previously known as Darul Ifta of Rhode Island) and is the head Mufti there. He graduated with the degree of a Takhassus Fil Ifta from Jamiah Darul uloom Karachi in 2005 having studied under great scholars such as Shaykhul Islam Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani as well as the grand Mufti of Pakistan Mufti Muhammad Rafi Usmani.

He completed the bulk of his Islamic studies course at the Institute of Islamic Sciences, Islamabad Pakistan, where he memorized the whole Quran at the age of 11. Thereafter he went on to continue his study of Islamic sciences for an additional 6 years. In year 1421H, Mufti Ikram ul Haq joined Institute of Higher Islamic Education in Buffalo NY and completed his Alim course (Shahadatul Alamiyah) in 1423H. During this course, he studied intensively numerous Islamic disciplines including Arabic, Islamic Jurisprudence, Hadith, Tafseer, Ilm-ul Uroodh Wal Qawafi etc… He also studied the six major books of hadith also known as “Sihah-Sittah” thoroughly with many well learned scholars of Islam.”

Read more here.


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