Sheikh Nuh Ha Mim Keller was born in the northwestern United States in 1954. He read philosophy and classical Arabic at the University of Chicago and UCLA, and became Muslim in 1977. He was a disciple in the Shadhili order of the Sufi master and poet Sheikh ‘Abd al-Rahman al-Shaghouri of Damascus from 1982 until the latter’s death in 2004, and was authorized as a sheikh in the order by Sheikh ‘Abd al-Rahman in 1996.
Teaches Islamic law, Islamic finance and Spirituality
Dr. Ashraf was recognized in 2010 as a certified Shariah auditor and advisor by the Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions (AAOIFI). This is the highest certificate given by AAOIFI, the most notable authority in the field of Islamic finance.
A hafidh Of Qur’an, Ustadh Hatim began learning Tajweed when twelve years old in Dubai. By the age of fourteen, at the behest of his teacher and supportive parents, Ustadh Hatim progressed to teaching adults at his neighborhood mosque. He continued this for five years.
Ustadh Farid’s study of the Arabic language with traditional scholars, his extensive teaching experience and his knowledge of multiple languages make him a very insightful and experienced teacher of the classical language of Arabic.
Umm Sahl was born and raised in New Zealand where she spent her adolescent life. She travelled with her family to Turkey in 1982, where she met her first sheikh in Tasawwuf, Ihsan Effendi of Zeytinburnu, Istanbul.
Ustadh Samer Jaber was born in Kuwait and spent his formative years in Jordan. He completed his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees at the World Islamic Sciences & Education (WISE) University and is currently working on his Doctorate in Quranic exegesis.
Teaches Shariah, the Fiqh of Halal & Haram Food and Medicine
Mufti Sarfraz Mohammed is a British born, Muslim scholar. He holds a Bsc Hons. Degree in Chemistry from Manchester University, UK and a Masters degree in Islamic finance from Loughborough University, UK.
Tashfeen Ekram is a physician by training and started studying the religious sciences several years ago. He initially focused on fiqh, grammar, and tasawwuf, taking much of his fiqh from Sheikh Ali Hani in Amman, Jordan.