Important Message From Knowislam.com.ng
Yesterday, I was with Ustaadh Kabir Al-asfar, Sirnucy Lafiagi and Ibn Abdillah As-sudaissy. We discussed problems facing the Muslim world. This is a world where we say more and do less.
Given that there are many Muslims out there who do not even know many scholars of the Deen, something should be done. The likes of Ibn Baaz, Sheikh Al-albanee are only well known among students of knowledge.
I made a video on this and touched some other areas too. Those willing to study Comparative Religion should enroll at ACADIP Online Institute Of Comparative Religion Studies (Aicos.com.ng). There, one has to learn about Islam and Islamic Da’wah methodology before taking on Comparative Religion.
As part of the plan to take the Qur’an and Sunnah closer to the people, we have made knowislam.com.ng available for Scholars of the Deen who are on the Qur’an and Sunnah based on the understanding of the pious predecessors. We will create sections for each of these willing scholars where we will upload their books, audios and videos. Those who are close to these scholars too can get it touch with us to make their works available.
Also, we are creating another section, “Reverts Corner”. This section will house reverts’ stories, address the psychological, spiritual and financial issues facing reverts. Part of the plan is also to make the “Host a revert” work again. We will connect those who would love to host reverts during ‘Eid with reverts who would love to be hosted in different states and countries.
AlhamduliLlah, Ustadh Isma’eel Olanrewaju Abu Umaamah is willing to teach 20-40 reverts Tajweed online. Any revert willing to learn should get in touch with us @firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are still writing on comparative religion, refuting lies and propaganda against Islam. We are making the website available for work of Scholars, kindly get in touch with us.
I made a video where I talked about these and many other topics. Kindly watch and share…
Important Message from Knowislam.com.ng
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