The 2020 Ramadan Reflections Series

the Ramadan Reflection Series

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The Next Session will be on Wednesday, May 22th, 6:30 EST with Shaykh Walead Mosaad

EXCLUSIVE LIVE SESSIONS WITH MUSLIM AMERICAN SCHOLARS

During this blessed month of Ramadan, the Lamppost Education Initiative will be featuring a series of short reflections and spiritual insights from a wide range of notable Muslim American scholars. Most of these sessions will be held LIVE on our Facebook page. You will also be able to view the sessions LIVE here on our website

Shaykh Walead Mosaad

Previous Sessions:

Shaykh Yasir Fahmy

Imam Tahir Anwar

Imam Yasin Dwyer

Shaykh Hamza Maqbul

Dr.Ali Ataie

Ustadh Abu Sakina Giovanni Herran

Hamid Rodriguez

Shaykh Faraz Rabbani

El-Hajj Hisham Mahmoud

Dr. Shadee El-Masry

Imam Marc Manley

Ismail Royer

Shaykh Yahya Rhodus

Ustadha Faatimah Knight

Shaykh Khalil Abdur Rashid

Dr. Mateen Khan

Shaykh Abdul-Nasir Jangda

Imam Zaid Shakir

Due to technical difficulties related to a bad internet connection, we are providing a Mp3 recording of Imam Zaid’s presentation: “Don’t follow in the footsteps of Shaytan”

The First Session: The Fiqh of Ramadan According to the School of Imam Malik (ra)-Dr. Abdullah bin Hamid Ali

Confirmed Speakers (More To Be Announced)

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