Emergency Appeal for Syria

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“We shall return,” reads the graffiti on walls where buildings once stood.

In Aleppo, thousands of families are buried along with their dreams. There is a haunting aura of doom, destruction, and carnage.

“Where are you?!” scream out the powerless victims of atrocity and genocide. Where is the help indeed?

This Sunday, Dec 18th at 6 pm, AlMaghrib Institute in conjunction with Islamic Relief, is hosting Emergency Appeal for Syria.

Join Waleed Basyouni, Yasir Qadhi, Yasmin Mogahed, Yahya Ibrahim, Ammar AlShukry, Mohammed Mana, and Asmaa Hussein for an Urgent Online Fundraiser.

Aleppo needs you.

Take action this Sunday.

AlMaghrib.org/Webinar

 

Seven Seminars, One Weekend

Dallas, Melbourne, Bristol, oh my!

It’s been bustling in the AlMaghrib world. Seven amazing seminars around the globe in just three days. Check out the highlights from our busy weekend:

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Shaykh Yasir Qadhi mesmerizing the crowd at No Doubt, hosted by Q Bushra Dallas

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From Protect This House, by Shaykh Yaser Birjas, hosted by Q Ruhma Seattle

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Shaykh Waleed captivating the audience on the description of Jannah, in Forever, hosted by Q Durbah, New Jersey.

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Enraptured crowds, and yummy breakfast speread in Melbourne Australia (Q AlFursaan), hosting Shaykh Ahsan Hanif’s Lost in Translation

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Shaykh Majed Mahmood explaining how to overcome your shortcomings  at Art of Manners, in Minnesota (Q Madinatyn)

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Decor at the Homecoming seminar by Shaykh Abdul Bary Yahya, hosted by Q Rayyaan, Bristol.

Trends Discussion with Sh Saad and Ust Ammar

Did you miss the dynamic duo of Shaykh Saad and Ustadh Ammar discussing Muslims as trendsetters?! What if the hijab took off as a fashion statement for the masses? Could there be up and coming Muslim fashion designers? What if modest clothing started trending inspired by Muslims? There are already some pockets in the USA where Muslims are setting the fashion norms!