Imam Mowlid graduated from Mishkah University with a Bachelors and Masters in Sharia. He is currently pursuing his Doctorate degree. He is the Imam of Jamaat Ibad Ar-Rahman in Durham, North Carolina. A Hafidh of the Quran, he is also
All praise is due to Allah, the Most Knowledgeable and the one who facilitates all good.
Through His blessings, we are delighted to announce that more than 30 of our students are graduating this Spring – 10 will be attending
Registration for Summer 2018 begins on April 1st inshaAllah. Our Class Schedule lists out all our course offerings for this semester. Take advantage of the convenience and flexibility of our online classes to fulfill your Islamic obligation of seeking knowledge.
I recently read something profound: “There are people who would love to have your bad days.” Consider the fact that for many, your worst day would be their best day. In Surah ar-Rahman, Allah (subhanahu wa ta’ala) asks us 31
As part of the course requirements for most classes, Mishkah students are required to write a research paper or give an oral presentation at the end of each semester. This exercise is essential in enabling students to reexamine materials they have studied
For those seeking to begin their journey into learning the Quran, our EjazaOnline program offers two courses especially designed for beginners and those striving to refine their recitation.
If you are looking for a concise course to learn the proper
Our Spring Semester begins on Sat, Jan 13th inshaAllah. Here are 5 key reasons why Mishakh University may be the right choice for you this spring
1. Follow the Sunnah: Learning under the guidance of scholars has always been part of the
We wish to sincerely congratulate our Masters Degree student Br. Ibrahim Ali Saleh Al-Ghazali on the successful defense of his masters thesis. Presented on Wed, Nov 29th before an esteemed panel of scholars, Br. Ibrahim’s research was titled “The Houthis: Their Emergence, Philosophy, and How
“Knowledge” refers to the familiarity with, awareness of, or acquaintance with facts, principle and information. In Arabic it is علم (‘Ilm), the same root for banner, flag, famous, among other meanings. In the practical sense, knowledge means understanding the true nature, characteristics,
The Prophet (saw) said, “He who does not thank the people, does not thank Allah.” (Sunan Abi Dawud). At Mishkah, we have been blessed to have many individuals who have gone above and beyond in helping us to grow as an institution