Watch Imam Khalid Latif: Give Your Zakat to the Islamic Scholars Fund Before Year-End.

Thank you for making 2019 a year in which you made a difference by so generously giving and supporting the work we do at SeekersGuidance. With just a few days left in the year, please consider building on the profound impact you’ve made in 2019 with a Zakat donation that helps scholars and students of […]

Shaykh Faraz Asks For Your Support of the Islamic Scholars Fund. There Is Still Time Before Year-End.

Prefer ? Click Here Prefer ? Click Here Thank you for making 2019 a year in which you made a difference by so generously giving and supporting the work we do at SeekersGuidance. With just a few days left in the year, please consider building on the profound impact you’ve made in 2019 with a Zakat donation that helps […]

Global Impact Report: A Snapshot of the Growing, Global Impact Made Possible With Your Support

SeekersGuidance presents our Global Impact Report. It expounds on our vision to build an Islamic Seminary with Global Impact while upholding the Prophetic ethos of making knowledge free and accessible to all those who seek it. A letter from our founder, Shaykh Faraz Rabbani, is included. He talks about the focus, the gradual and steady growth […]

The Necessity of Islamic Institutions in the Modern Age – Imam Khalid Latif

The Need “With modernity, people lose a depth of perspective that you can only see in one direction, either outward or inward… we’re supposed to be people who can see in both directions.” Qualified Teachers “Where you move from having somebody who is just a professor to a teacher: that they embody a sense of […]

The Passing of Mufti Umer Esmail

We are deeply saddened at the news of the passing of one of our beloved teacher’s, Mufti Mohamed Umer Esmail. A religious scholar, community leader, and loving father and husband, he is survived by his wife and three daughters. Let us pray for Mufti Umer and his family, may God grant him the highest levels of Jannah and […]

The Trodden Path (Episode 7): A Glimpse At the Lives of the Illustrious Scholars and Saints of the 20th and 21st Century – Umar Mukhtar

In this series, Shaykh Shoayb Ahmed of South Africa will take us on a journey through the lives and biographies of some of the most celebrated and well known scholars of the twentieth and twenty – first century. These historical accounts will provide us with refreshing insights and lessons, and motivate us to follow in […]

SeekersGuidance Islamic Scholars Fund

SeekersGuidance Islamic Scholars Fund The Seekersguidance Islamic Scholars Fund supports deserving and needy Islamic scholars and students dedicate themselves to studying and teaching Islam–to benefit individuals and communities, now and in the future, through the reliable spreading of Islamic knowledge and guidance.   “Scholars are the inheritors of Prophets,” said the Prophet Muhammad (peace be […]

Review of “The Rise of the Scholarly Gig Economy and Fall of Community Development” – Nurulain Wolhuter

In a recent article in Muslim Matters, Shaykh Osman Umarji highlights the plight of many scholars of sacred knowledge who give up their careers and livelihoods to study abroad and subsequently return to the West to teach the Muslim community. Instead of being honored and respected for their sacrifices, they face criticism and complaints. Instead […]

Ramadan: Constructing a Plan – Ustadh Amjad Tarsin

Ustadh Amjad Tarsin gives key pointers on the importance of constructing a plan for Ramadan, in order to make the most of it, and how to do so. Ramadan is a unique time of year. There’s no other time of year like it. The Prophet, Allah bless him and give him peace, he would push […]

Support SeekersGuidance’s Islamic Scholars Fund – Ibn Ali Miller

Ibn Ali Miller urges you to support SeekersGuidance’s Islamic Scholars Fund. He laments that many people only donate in Ramadan, while the Fund supports scholars and students work year round. Ibn Ali explains that if we donate now, these scholars and students will be able to do their jobs during the holy month. “You should […]