Great Muslim Lives
We walk in the footsteps of a legendary orator and courageous scholar who in a time of severe political repression and cultural upheaval was remarkably firm and consistent in his conviction and faith.
By Sheikh Ahmad Musa Jibril – We go back in history to 1862 where a young boy of a poor household was born in a town controlled by the Uthmany Khilafa. This young man was brought under the care and tutelage of one of the Shuyookh in his home town
In this instalment of Great Muslim Lives we delve into the amazing life and legacy of a young and fearless commander in the fields. The story of Commander Khattab has been told numerous times but there is also a more intimate and grounded portrait of the great man.
Tracing the footsteps of Dr Abdul Rahman al-Sumait who spent the better part of 30 years working in Africa. The legacy of al-Sumait has touched the lives of millions on the continent and the institutions and initiatives he nurtured have given many children the opportunities denied to their parents –