“The Well-Lit Path-Selections from Al-Akhdari” with Shaykh Abdullah Ali and Ustadh Ubaydullah Evans

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Lamppost Education Initiative is pleased to present this detailed seminar by two of our scholars: Shaykh Abdullah bin Hamid Ali and Ustadh Ubaydullah Evans! The session provided explanations and analysis of selections from the famed Maliki fiqh text, Mukhtasar al-Akhdari. This text is one of the classical works of the madhab of Imam Malik (ra) by Imam Abdur-Rahman al-Akhdari of Algeria (d-983 AH). The seminar covered a number of topics including understanding the differences between the madhahibs, why some Malikis pray with their hands to the sides, defining fiqh, details on taharah, and much more.

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Bio of Ustadh Ubaydullah Evans. Ustadh Ubaydullah converted to Islam while in high school. Upon conversion, he began studying some of the foundational books of Islam under the private tutelage of local scholars while simultaneously pursuing a degree in journalism from Columbia. Since then he has studied at Chicagoland’s Institute of Islamic Education (IIE) under the rectorship of Maulana Abdullah Saleem, in Tarim, Yemen, and Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt, where he recently graduated with an undergraduate degree in Islamic Law. He is also an instructor with Ta’leef Collective and serves as Scholar-in-Residence at Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN).

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