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  • Dr. Saleh As-Saleh (rahimahullaah)
    Dr Saleh As-Saleh (rahimahullaah) was from the foremost students of Shaykh Ibnul-Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah). He took knowledge from the Shaykh from a long distance for a while, then on a continuous basis from 1412-1415H and then regularly from 1415H where he became a dedicated student and studied with him until his death in 1421H. Dr Saleh lived around 500 yards from Shaykh’s Ibnul-Uthaymeen’s house and has been blessed by Allaah to have obtained a PHd in Medical Biochemistry and was a professor at Qaasim University, KSA. Furthermore, he was a well-known author of many great writings and books. He resided in ‘Unayzah, KSA and was active in his call to the salafi da’wah. He used to hold regular classes in the English Language on Paltalk.
  • Shaik Muhammad bin Jamil Zeeno
    Teacher in Dar Al-Hadeeth Al-Khairiyyah, Makkah Al-Mukarramah
  • Abu Khadeejah AbdulWaahid
  • Abu Muhammad al Maghribee
    A brother who is originally from Morocco, he is currently the Imaam of Masjid Rahmah in Newark, NJ.
  • Abu Suhaila Umar Quinn
  • Abu Awais Abdullah Alee
    One of the pioneers of ad-da’watus-salafiyyah in the West. Aboo Uways (rahimahullaah) was the Imaam of the salafee masjid, Masjid Rahmah in Newark, New Jersey, USA. After studying in Saudi Arabia, Aboo Uways migrated to England where he called to the usool of salafiyyah at a time when many were afraid to use the praiseworthy term ‘salafee’. He later returned to America in the mid-nineties and was influential towards spreading salafiyyah in N. America and repelling the callers to innovation.
  • Hasan As-Somaalee
    One of callers to Salafiyyah, originally from Cardiff, Wales. Hasan has studied for a number of years in Dammaaj, the home of al-’Allaamah Muqbil Ibn Haadee al-Waadi’ee (rahimahullaah). Currently, Aboo ‘Abdullaah conducts classes and tele-links in the UK and America.
  • Abul Hasan Malik al-Akhdar
    One of the extremely well-versed callers to Islaam in the West. Abul-Hasan studied for a time in Yemen under al-Muhaddith Muqbil Ibn Haadee al-Waadi’ee (d.1421H). He is the author of ‘In Defense of Islam in Light of the Events of September 11th.’
  • Aboo Hakeem Bilaal Davis
    Aboo Hakeem was a student at the Islaamic University of al-Madeenah. He travels to various countries giving da’wah. He is also close to some of the major Scholars of today, such as Shaykh ’Ubayd al-Jaabiree.
  • Aboo Ismaaeel Mustafaa George
    A graduate of the Islaamic University in Madeenah. Aboo Ismaa’eel is a native of New York who is known to some of the Scholars of Islaam. He has narrated and taught from the works of the ‘Ulamaa in the United States and Trinidad & Tobago.
  • Abdulilaah Lahmaamee
  • Aboo Iyaad Amjad Ibn Muhammad Rafeeq
    One of the founders of Salafi Publications along with Abu Khadeejah as-Salafee and Abu Talhah Daawood Burbank. He has also translated many useful books, such as ‘Foundations of the Sunnah’ and ‘Mountains of Knowledge’. He continues to work with Maktabatus-Salafiyyah in England, being a major propagator of Salafiyyah in the west through various mediums.
  • Abu Talha Dawood Burbank (rahimahullaah)
    Aboo Talhah was a student at the Islaamic University of al-Madeenah. He was one of the pioneers of this noble da’wah in the West and although he isn’t in the spotlight, his work has been pivotal towards the spread of as-sunnah in the English language and he is from the most senior du’aat in the West.
  • Abu Tasneem Dawood Adeeb
    Our elder, brother Daawood Adeeb was born in the USA and accepted Islaam in 1975. Shortly thereafter – without a teacher – he began to learn the Arabic language and by 1977 he was the regular khateeb (preacher) at two local masaajid in his hometown of Newark, New Jersey including the musallaa (prayer hall) at the New Jersey College of Medicine and Dentistry.  Daawood also served as Director of Islamic Studies from 1980 to 1985. While serving as the Director of a full time Islamic school he also taught grades pre-kindergarten through twelve. He has worked as a chaplain in three state correctional institutions teaching Arabic language, Islamic studies and counselling both Muslims and non-Muslims inmates alike. He has lectured in the Caribbean, throughout North and South America (where he has delivered talks on both television and radio), Britain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia and Germany at civic centers, prisons, elementary, secondary and high schools, colleges, universities and churches. He is an Islamic marriage counsellor and was recently the Imaam of Masjidul-Bayaan formerly the Islamic Center of Asbury Park, New Jersey. Currently, Aboo Tasneem is the Imaam of Masjid as-Sunnah Nabawiyyah in Philadelphia. He continues to call to ad-Da’watus-Salafiyyah through his lectures and classes, remaining steadfast to the speech of the ‘Ulamaa (Scholars) of Ahlus-Sunnah.
  • Abu Hafsah Kashiff Khan
    Kashiff Khan studied Kitaab Al-Emaan with Shaykh Ali Naasir Al-Faqihi. He attended the sittings of Shaykh ‘Ubayd bin Abdillah Al-Jaabiree as well as Shaykh Rabee’ bin Haadee al-Madkhalee. He is currently the Imam of Masjid Al-Bayaan in Asbury Park, NJ.
  • Abu Abdis Salaam Al-Juyanee
    Imam Abu Abdis-salaam Al-Juyaanee studied in Egypt for 6 years with several scholars. He is currently the Imam of Masjid Bin-Baaz in Trenton, NJ.
  • Abu Mujahid Fareed Abdullah
    Imaam Masjid Al-Mumin, CA. Graduate of Imaam Muhammed University.
  • Abu Muhammad Taalib Abdullah

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