SAFWAH YOUTH SEMINARY
To provide a professional learning environment for our youth where they may enhance their basic understanding and knowledge of the Islamic Sciences and use the practical lessons by applying them in their everyday lives.
This two year program will consist of two Semesters per year. Semesters will begin and end as follows:
- Fall [9/14/19 – 12/21/19]
- Spring [01/11/20 – 05/11/20]
This program targets High School students (9th – 12th Grade)
Two classes will be held per week consisting of following courses:
- High Schoolers Class 1 (Saturdays, 2:15PM-3:15PM): Fiqh of Tahara & Salaah
- High Schoolers Class 2 (Thursdays, 6:30PM): Islam in Mecca
- High Schoolers Class 1 (Saturdays, 2:15PM-3:15PM): Aqeedah: Conviction Circle (Yaqeen Institute Materials)
- High Schoolers Class 2 (Thursdays, 6:30PM): Islam in Medina
- 26 Classes (tentative)/Semester
- OR 13 classes/semester (option to choose one class or two)
- Passing Grade: 75%
- Homework – Worksheets
- Presentations by Instructor
- Credits: 8 Required per Student
$250/Year (Register by Aug 26th and get $50 off. Discount Code: EARLYBIRD)
Click here to register ⇒ Registration Portal
For any other questions contact: email@example.com
Information Open House will be held on Saturday, Sep 7th, 2019 at 3:30pm.
Interested in working as TA at the Seminary? Register Here: https://tinyurl.com/SafwahTA
Shaykh Salah Mahmoud
Shaykh Salah Mahmoud was born in Egypt. He completed hifdh of the Holy Qur’an at the age of 10. He earned his B.A. in Islamic Studies from the prestigious Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt and continued his education to obtain various valuable Ijazaat in Qur’an.
Previously, Shaykh Salah has served as an Imam in both Jamaica Muslim Center and The Muslim American Society of Queens in New York City.
Prior to joining to ICF, he was the head of the Islamic Studies & Qur’an Department at Brighter Horizons Academy and also served as a visiting Imam at various Masajid in Dallas, TX.
In his free time Shaykh Salah loves to play soccer and table tennis. He enjoys putting his chaplaincy skills to help others.
Shaykh Salah is married and has one child and has been living in USA for more than 8 years.
He speaks Arabic, English, and is learning Urdu for his newborn baby who is an American-Pakistani-Egyptian.
Shaykh Salah Mahmoud joined Islamic Center of Frisco in July 2019.
Shaykh Mubeen Kamani
Shaykh Mubeen Kamani was born in Chicago, IL to a mother who reverted from Hinduism and later grew up in Elizabethtown, KY. At very tender age, Shaykh Mubeen Kamani pursuit his lifelong journey of Islamic knowledge, starting at Islamic Institute of Elgin. Shaykh continued his journey of knowledge traveling to Pakistan, India, Buffalo, NY & Manchester, UK.
During this journey of knowledge, Shaykh had the privilege to study under the guidance of prominent scholars of our time. In year 2005, Shaykh Mubeen Kamani received “ijaza” and graduated in Islamic Theology, Fiqh, Islamic History and Seerah from an acclaimed Darul Uloom Al Arabiya Al Islamiya, Bury UK.
Since graduation, Shaykh Mubeen Kamani has dedicated his time serving the community in ways of, Masjid Imam, jumma khutba, seminaries, youth halaqa series, seerah & hadith series for youth, Europe tour, Hajj and Umrah leader, religious panel & Islamic school teacher. Shaykh Mubeen Kamani is also co-founder of exclusive Islamic clothing line. Most importantly, Shaykh Mubeen Kamani values the upbringing and teachings of his parents that has help him shape his life.
Most recently, Shaykh Mubeen Kamani served as Islamic middle school Islamic studies teacher. The time served as teacher gave Shaykh insight and ability to work closely with youth and be relevant to their needs. Shaykh customized the courses to make deen relevant and adaptable for youth. He focused on providing individual attention and prepared them to become community leaders. Shaykh Mubeen also offered weekend classes to high school students, providing a relevant approach to bringing Islam in to their lives and showing students how to cope with life’s challenges by turning to the Qur’an and Sunnah.