Dec 18, 2012

Loving our Prophet, Nabi Muhammad s.a.w by the 34th Grandson of Prophet Muhammad

Loving our Prophet
Nabi Muhammad s.a.w 
by The 34th Grandson of Prophet Muhammad

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The 34th Grandson of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w
Sheikh Muhammad Al-Yaqoubi 

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Silsila of Sheikh Muhammad al Yaqoubi to 
Nabi Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم


    Sheikh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi al-Hasani - hafizhahu Allah ta`ala May Allah preserve him for the benefit of the Ummah
2. his father Sheikh Ibrahim al-Yaqoubi al-Hasani 1406 Damascus
3. his father Sheikh Isma`il al-Ya`qubi al-Hasani 1380 Damascus
4. Sheikh Muhammad al-Mubarak al-Hasani (the son) 1330 Damascus
5. his brother Sheikh Muhammad al-Tayyib al-Hasani 1313 Damascus
6. Sheikh Muhammad ibn Mas`ud al-Fasi 1289 Makka
7. Sheikh Muhmmad b. Hamza Zhafir al-Madani 1262
8. Sheikh al-`Arabi al-Darqawi al-Hasani 1239/40
9. Sheikh `Ali al-Hassani, known as al-Jamal
10. Sheikh al-'Arabi ibn Ahmad ibn 'Abd Allah
11. his father, Sheikh Ahmad ibn 'AbdAllah al-Fasi
12. Sheikh Qasim al-Khassasi
13. Sheikh Muhammad ibn 'AbdAllah al-Fasi
14. Sheikh 'Abd al-Rahman
15. Sheikh Yusuf al-Fasi
16. Sheikh 'Abd al-Rahman the Attracted (al-Majdhub)
17. Sheikh `Ali al-Sanhaji
18. Sheikh Ibrahim Ifham
19. Sheikh Ahmad Zarruq al-Fasi 899 Tripoli
20. Sheikh Ahmad ibn 'Uqbah al-Hadhrami
21. Sheikh `Ali ibn Muhammad Wafa
22. his father, Sheikh Muhammad Wafa
23. Sheikh Dawud ibn al-Bakhili
24. Sheikh Ibn `Ata Allah al-Sakandari 709 in Cairo
25. Sheikh Abul-'Abbas al-Mursi 686 in Alexandria
26. Imam Abul-Hasan al-Shadhili al-Hasani 656 Humaythira, Egypt
27. Sheikh 'Abd al-Salam ibn Mashish 622 Maghrib
28. Sheikh 'Abdul-Rahman al-Madani the Perfumer (al-`Ittar al-Zayyat)
29. Sheikh Tuqayy ul-Din al-Fuqayyar
30. Sheikh Fakhr al-Din
31. Sheikh Nur ul-Din Abul-Hasan 'Ali
32. Sheikh Muhammad Taj al-Deen
33. Sheikh Shams ul-Din Abu Muhammad
34. Sheikh Zayn ul-Din al-Qazwini
35. Sheikh Abu Ishaq Ibrahim al-Basri
36. Sheikh Abul-Qasim Ahmad al-Marwani
37. Sheikh Abu Muhammad Sa'id
38. Sheikh Sa'd
39. Sheikh Abu Muhammad Fath al-Sa'ud
40. Sheikh al-Ghazwini
41. Sheikh Abu Muhammad Jabir ibn `AbdAllah
42. Mawlana Sayyiduna al-Hasan ibn `Ali ibn Abi Talib (upon him be peace), the First of the Qutbs, Master of the People of Islam, Grandson of the Beloved of Allah
43. his father, Mawlana Sayyiduna Ali ibn Abi Talib (may Allah ennoble his face), the Lion of Allah, Door to the City of Knowledge, Vicegerent of the Prophet (upon him be peace), Subduer of Khaybar, Imam of Imams, Abu Turab, Prince of the Believers

Mawlana Sayyiduna Abul-Qasim Muhammad al-Mustafa صلى الله عليه وسلم (may the mercy of Allah and peace be upon him), 

The Master of Messengers, Chief of the Prophets, Imam of the Pious,Embellishment of the Heavens and Earth, Prince of the Two Abodes, Intercessor on the Last Day, Mercy to the Universe, the Perfect Example,
the Infallible Guide, al-Nabi al-Ummiy, the Beloved of Allah, The Chief of Angels, the Transmitter of Divine Revelation, Sayyiduna Jibril (upon him be salutations and peace)

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Sheikh Muhammad al- Yaqoubi 


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Sheikh Muhammad al- Yaqoubi - His lineage

Shaykh Ibrahim al-Ya`qoubi (d. 1985/1406 H.) descends from a scholarly family whose lineage goes back to the Prophet, salla Allahu 'alayhi sallam, through his grandson Sayyiduna al-Hasan, radiya Allahu 'anhu. His lineage goes back to Mawlay Idris al-Anwar who built the city of Fes. Mawlay Idris' lineage is as follows: he is the son of Mawlay Idris the Great; who is the son of Sayyiduna Abdullah al-Kamil; who is the son of Sayyiduna al-Hasan, the Second; who is the son of Sayyiduna al-Hasan, radiya Allah 'anhu; who is the grandson of the Prophet, salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam.

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 Sheikh Muhammad al Yaqoubi

Born in Damascus on the 13th of Dhul Hijja, 1382 AH (1963 CE), Shaykh Sayyid Muhammad Abul Huda al-Yaqoubi is from a noble family of scholars that descend from the Prophet Muhammad (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him). From this household have emerged numerous renowned men of Allah who have taught the sacred sciences for many centuries. Shaykh Muhammad’s father, the light of Damascus and master of the Islamic disciplines, Sayyid Ibrahim al-Yaqoubi, was one of the greatest scholars of The Levant in recent times.

Shaykh Muhammad’s grandfather was a great scholar and Gnostic, Sayyid Ismail al-Yaqoubi; his father’s maternal uncle was Shaykh Arabi al-Yaqoubi and his paternal uncle was the famous Gnostic, Shaykh Sharif al-Yaqoubi. Amongst his blessed ancestors, three have held the Maliki Imamate at the Grand Umayyad Mosque in Damascus – may Allah envelope them all in His mercy.

Shaykh Muhammad traces his lineage back to the Prophet Muhammad (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) through the great Mawlay Idris al-Anwar who built the city of Fes, a descendant of Sayyiduna al-Hasan the Second, who is the son of Sayyiduna al-Hasan (may Allah be pleased with him), the grandson of the Prophet (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) and son of Sayyiduna Ali ibn Abi Talib (may Allah ennoble his countenance).

From an early age, Sayyid Ibrahim al-Yaqoubi supervised Shaykh Muhammad’s upbringing and tutelage. He accompanied his father until his demise in 1406 AH. Shaykh Ibrahim meticulously ensured that every aspect of his son’s life was developed with the most detailed care under the guidance of the Shari’a. For over twenty years, Shaykh Muhammad studied over 500 works with his father, in the sciences of Qur’an, Hadith (Prophetic traditions), Fiqh (Jurisprudence), Mantiq (Logic) and many more. His father gave him full authority to narrate Hadith, to teach and to issue fatawa (legal rulings). He also received many other ijazat (licenses to teach) from the most prominent scholars of Syria such as: the Hanafi Mufti of Syria, Shaykh Muhammad Abul Yusr Abidin; the Maliki Mufti of Syria, Sayyid Makki al-Kittani; Shaykh Ali al-Boudaylimi of Tlemcen; Shaykh Salih al-Khatib; and Shaykh Abdul Aziz Uyun al-Sud.

Some of the books Shaykh Muhammad studied under his father are as follows: most of the six books of Hadith, al-Muwatta of Yahya al-Laythi, most of al-Muwatta of Imam Muhammad with Sharh al-Laknawi, most of al-Muwafaqat of al-Shatibi, the first volume and other sections (of the five volumes) of al-Hashiya of Ibn Abidin, Ihya Ulum al-Din, al-Hidaya of al-Marghinani, Mughni al-Labib of Ibn Hisham, parts of Kitab Sibawayhi, Miyar al-Ilm of al-Ghazali, several volumes of Sharh Sahih Muslim of al-Nawawi, several volumes of Irshad al-Sari of al-Qastallani, half of Madarik al-Tawil of al-Nasafi, Hashiyat al-Sawi on Tafsir al-Jalalayn, three volumes of Mu’jam Maqayis al-Lugha of Ibn Faris, al-Bayan w’al-Tabyin of al-Jahiz, several volumes of Wafayat al-Ayan of Ibn Khallikan, and Tabaqat al-Shafi’iyya al-Kubra of Ibn al-Subki, and Maqamat al-Hariri. In fact, Shaykh Muhammad wrote a thabat (detailed list) of the names of the books he studied under his father entitled, “The Concealed Pearls”. This book is a testament to his father’s labour of love and the expenditure of his energy in passing on his knowledge and experience to his children, a rarity in our times.

In the summer of 1973 at the age of 11, Shaykh Muhammad started teaching a regular Qur’an and Tajwid class composed of a group of boys at the Darwishiyya Mosque in Damascus. He began giving public speeches in Ramadan after Asr prayer in the same mosque at the age of 12. At the age of 14, he made his debut as Friday speaker in the mosque known as al-Saadaat, where Sayyiduna Mu’adh ibn Jabal is buried. At the age of 17, he was appointed Friday Imam and speaker and as a teacher of the Sacred Knowledge at the age of 20. Since then, he has been teaching the Islamic sciences to students of all levels from all parts of the world. Shaykh Muhammad memorized Jawharat al-Tawhid when he was 5 years old, al-Arba’in al-Nawawiyya when he was 6, and later on, dozens of famous didactic odes and poems along with most of al-Qur’an al-Karim. He also memorized considerable parts of al-Mufaddaliyyaat and al-Hamasah of Abi Tammam. The first poem he wrote was at the age of 13, and it was a plea to the Prophet. His collection of poetry is growing, and a few poems in English have been added to it. Throughout the years of his study, Shaykh Muhammad went through extensive spiritual training in the path of Tasawwuf under his father, who was a great saint and spiritual guide known for his righteousness and asceticism. Shaykh Muhammad studied the major works of Tasawwuf under him. As well as accompanying him, he was his servant, his student and the bearer of his shoes, which he considers the key to the opening he received. The company of his father exposed him to a wealth of light, wisdom and knowledge, an experience that was far beyond what one may attain from books or from occasional meetings with teachers.

He is an authority in the science of Hadith; his asanid (chains of transmission) are of the highest amongst scholars of our time. Students and scholars visit him in Syria or when he travels, to hear the masalsalat and take ijaza in narration of Hadith. In his efforts to revive the tradition of Hadith recitals, he has taught al-Muwatta of Imam Malik, Sahih al-Bukhari, Sahih al-Muslim, Sunan Abi Dawud, Jami’ al-Tirmidhi and he intends to finish all the main six books of Hadith in the coming terms insha’Allah.

He has travelled extensively and participated in conferences, delivered lectures and taught intensive programmes. Additionally, he has delivered Friday speeches in Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Pakistan, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Germany, France, Spain, Canada, the United States, Indonesia, Singapore, South Africa, Morocco and the UK. Over a thousand people have embraced Islam at his hands and many have repented after listening to him. He is a scion of the prophetic household, a torch bearer in this time and a charismatic public speaker in both Arabic and English.

Sayyid Muhammad al-Yaqoubi’s incredible training at the hands of several luminaries of this ummah, most notably his father, have propelled him to rank among the leading scholars of Islam in the world today. He currently resides in Damascus and is a public teacher at some of the most prestigious institutions there. He teaches Aqida (theology) at the Grand Umayyad Mosque; he holds the position of Jumu’a Khatib (Friday speaker) at the Jami’ al-Hasan Mosque; at the Mosque of Shaykh Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi, he teaches from al-Risalah of Imam al-Qushayri and al-Shama’il al-Muhammadiyyah of Imam al-Tirmidhi.

May Allah preserve him for the benefit of the ummah. Ameen.

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The Green Sheikh
By Dania Akkad

Photo Fadi al-Hamwi

“Go to the mosque near the Dedeman Hotel and look for the man with the red hair.”

These were the only directions I got when asked where I could find Sheikh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi, the mild-mannered Friday speaker and spiritual leader of the Al-Hassan Mosque near the Dedeman Hotel in central Damascus.

The colour of Yaqoubi’s hair isn’t the only thing that makes him stand out. The 45-year-old is rapidly gaining a reputation as a local environmental pioneer and the only imam in Damascus focusing on the connection between Islam and the environment. The importance of reusing plastic bags and bottles, conserving water, and preventing pollution are just some of the green themes he has dedicated his Friday afternoon address to.

“He is very different from other sheikhs,” Zuhair Melah, a flower shop owner who has attended Yaqoubi’s Friday speeches for more than a year, said. Sheikh Muhammad, he said, has changed how he treats the environment. “We need to walk the true way,” Melah said.

Yaqoubi believes that making the connection between Islam and conservation is important, particularly in Syria where environmentalists say a government-dependent mentality has left many residents unaware of – or uninterested in – the damage they are causing to their local environment. For decades, electricity was free. Water is cheap. Garbage men work through the night to pick up the litter that others have thrown to the ground. For Yaqoubi, who remembers being taught not to litter or spit on the street as a child in 1960s Damascus, it’s a painful sight.

“It’s catastrophic,” he said. “You could cry when you see the litter and pollution in the city. I understand the frustration of Westerners and tourists who come here and see how polluted the streets are.”

Still, the 34-generations-removed grandson of the Prophet Muhammad sees his work less as an isolated mission and more as simply another lesson he must teach his fellow Muslims, particularly in an era when there is “a degradation of values in every area”.

“This is not the only subject that I am fighting for every day,” Yaqoubi said. “We have so much to do. Environment, ethics, marital conflicts... The needs of humanity and Muslims in particular are like a map in front of me.”

Sitting in a flat near the mosque and surrounded by piles of books, Yaqoubi details passages in the Koran which deal with the environment. There are many. While recycling is, of course, not discussed explicitly in terms of our modern plastic, paper and glass-separating world, Yaqoubi said the general principle spelled out in the Koran is very clear: don’t waste what you don’t need.

“Our principle in Islam is that everything we have in our hands is not ours,” he said. “It is lent to us to use as long as we need it. It is our job to preserve it.”

The Prophet Muhammad was very clear about water pollution and conservation, forbidding believers from urinating in the forest, beside a river or on a tree and urging them to save water during their ritual ablutions.

Yaqoubi started memorising and reciting portions of the Koran when he was five years old, growing up in a family in which “all the interest was in the sacred knowledge of religion”.

Many of Yaqoubi’s fondest childhood memories are from the time he spent at the Umayyad Mosque where his father preached. Inspired by this man in whose hands “miracles happened”, Yaqoubi began giving Friday speeches at the age of 14. When he turned 18 he was officially appointed as a Friday speaker at the Al-Atassi Mosque.

In 1990, his career took a momentous turn: Yaqoubi resigned from his job to devote his time to studying foreign languages. He travelled to the United States and Germany and focused on learning English and German in an effort to better equip himself to spread the word of Islam.

Specifically, Yaqoubi said he worked to “create a new direction in the West for Muslims, one based on knowledge instead of protests and violence; a more spiritual approach”. After the events of 9/11, Yaqoubi said his goals have become even more important as he began to teach Muslims to focus on spiritual growth, rather than getting caught up in current events.

Today, since returning to Syria three years ago, it is not only local, devoted Muslims Yaqoubi is trying to bring “back on track”. He is also reaching out to those who need a little prodding to make it to Friday prayers, to English-speaking visitors at Sheikh Mouheddine Mosque in Souk Al-Juma who want to learn more about Sufism, and to those who watch his speeches around the world via YouTube.

Still, Yaqoubi admits his work remains a challenge. “When George W. Bush uses the word ‘crusade’, when Salman Rushdie is honoured in the UK, it’s hard to convince people to focus on spiritual growth and not on politics,” he said.

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Great Tips On How To Get Up For Fajr Salah
By Sheikh Muhammad Al Yaqoubi
by nurannur 
 Jun 24, 2012

Great tips provided to us by Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi Hafidhahullah on how to get up for Fajr salah. Here is a summary:

1) “There is no remedy better than going to bed early. It just solves the whole problem. Go to bed early.”

2) “Sleep on your right hand side because when the heart is above the lungs, the heart gets awakened very easily….It is the sunnah always to sleep on the right side with your face towards the qiblah.”

3) “You have 3 times Qul hu wAllahu Ahad. If you recite 3 times Qul hu wAllahu Ahad and ask the angels to wake you up for Fajr, you MUST get up for Fajr.”

4) “There’s another secret. If you recite the last 4 verses of surah al-Kahf from Innalla dheena aamanu wa ‘amilus saalihaati kanat lahum jannatul firdousi nudhul and ask the angels to wake you up on the hour the du’a is answered, you’ll get up little bit before Fajr.”

5) “Usually you shouldn’t sleep continually for more than 4 or 5 hours. So when you go to bed at 11 maximum then you should get up at 4 without anyone. If you are sleeping 7 or 8 hours without getting up then there is something wrong with you…”
Sleep 3, 4, 5 hours, wake up, pray 2 rakaat and go to sleep again if you have to but don’t sleep continously.

6) “The key is throw away TV…don’t stay up very late…”
Fajr and Isha are the two heavy prayers and people often stay up late to the point they are tired so they go straight from the TV to bed instead of praying ‘Isha.

May Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala make it easy for us to get up and pray Fajr and may He make it easy for us to pray all 5 salah with sincerity.

May Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala bless and reward Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi and elevate his ranks. Ameen Thumma Ameen.

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Sheikh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi

Shaykh Sayyid Muhammad Abul Huda al-Yaqoubi is from a noble family of scholars that descend from the Prophet Muhammad (may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him). From this household have emerged numerous renowned men of Allah who have taught the sacred sciences for many centuries. Shaykh Muhammad's father, the light of Damascus and master of the Islamic disciplines, Sayyid Ibrahim al-Yaqoubi, was one of the greatest scholars of The Levant in recent times.

Shaykh Muhammad's grandfather was a great scholar and Gnostic, Sayyid Ismail al-Yaqoubi; his father's maternal uncle was Shaykh Arabi al-Yaqoubi and his paternal uncle was the famous Gnostic, Shaykh Sharif al-Yaqoubi. Amongst his blessed ancestors, three have held the Maliki Imamate at the Grand Umayyad Mosque in Damascus - may Allah envelope them all in His mercy.

Shaykh Muhammad traces his lineage back to the Prophet Muhammad (may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him) through the great Mawlay Idris al-Anwar who built the city of Fes, a descendant of Sayyiduna al-Hasan the Second, who is the son of Sayyiduna al-Hasan (may Allah be pleased with him), the grandson of the Prophet (may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him) and son of Sayyiduna Ali ibn Abi Talib (may Allah ennoble his countenance).

From an early age, Sayyid Ibrahim al-Yaqoubi supervised Shaykh Muhammad's upbringing and tutelage. He accompanied his father until his demise in 1406 AH. Shaykh Ibrahim meticulously ensured that every aspect of his son's life was developed with the most detailed care under the guidance of the Shari'a. For over twenty years, Shaykh Muhammad studied over 500 works with his father, in the sciences of Qur'an, Hadith (Prophetic traditions), Fiqh (Jurisprudence), Mantiq (Logic) and many more. His father gave him full authority to narrate Hadith, to teach and to issue fatawa (legal rulings). He also received many other ijazat (licenses to teach) from the most prominent scholars of Syria such as: the Hanafi Mufti of Syria, Shaykh Muhammad Abul Yusr Abidin; the Maliki Mufti of Syria, Sayyid Makki al-Kittani; Shaykh Ali al-Boudaylimi of Tlemcen; Shaykh Salih al-Khatib; and Shaykh Abdul Aziz Uyun al-Sud.

Some of the books Shaykh Muhammad studied under his father are as follows: most of the six books of Hadith, al-Muwatta of Yahya al-Laythi, most of al-Muwatta of Imam Muhammad with Sharh al-Laknawi, most of al-Muwafaqat of al-Shatibi, the first volume and other sections (of the five volumes) of al-Hashiya of Ibn Abidin, Ihya Ulum al-Din, al-Hidaya of al-Marghinani, Mughni al-Labib of Ibn Hisham, parts of Kitab Sibawayhi, Miyar al-Ilm of al-Ghazali, several volumes of Sharh Sahih Muslim of al-Nawawi, several volumes of Irshad al-Sari of al-Qastallani, half of Madarik al-Tawil of al-Nasafi, Hashiyat al-Sawi on Tafsir al-Jalalayn, three volumes of Mu'jam Maqayis al-Lugha of Ibn Faris, al-Bayan w'al-Tabyin of al-Jahiz, several volumes of Wafayat al-Ayan of Ibn Khallikan, and Tabaqat al-Shafi'iyya al-Kubra of Ibn al-Subki, and Maqamat al-Hariri. In fact, Shaykh Muhammad wrote a thabat (detailed list) of the names of the books he studied under his father entitled, "The Concealed Pearls". This book is a testament to his father's labour of love and the expenditure of his energy in passing on his knowledge and experience to his children, a rarity in our times.

In the summer of 1973 at the age of 11, Shaykh Muhammad started teaching a regular Qur'an and Tajwid class composed of a group of boys at the Darwishiyya Mosque in Damascus. He began giving public speeches in Ramadan after Asr prayer in the same mosque at the age of 12. At the age of 14, he made his debut as Friday speaker in the mosque known as al-Saadaat, where Sayyiduna Mu'adh ibn Jabal is buried. At the age of 17, he was appointed Friday Imam and speaker and as a teacher of the Sacred Knowledge at the age of 20. Since then, he has been teaching the Islamic sciences to students of all levels from all parts of the world. Shaykh Muhammad memorized Jawharat al-Tawhid when he was 5 years old, al-Arba'in al-Nawawiyya when he was 6, and later on, dozens of famous didactic odes and poems along with most of al-Qur'an al-Karim. He also memorized considerable parts of al-Mufaddaliyyaat and al-Hamasah of Abi Tammam. The first poem he wrote was at the age of 13, and it was a plea to the Prophet. His collection of poetry is growing, and a few poems in English have been added to it. Throughout the years of his study, Shaykh Muhammad went through extensive spiritual training in the path of Tasawwuf under his father, who was a great saint and spiritual guide known for his righteousness and asceticism. Shaykh Muhammad studied the major works of Tasawwuf under him. As well as accompanying him, he was his servant, his student and the bearer of his shoes, which he considers the key to the opening he received. The company of his father exposed him to a wealth of light, wisdom and knowledge, an experience that was far beyond what one may attain from books or from occasional meetings with teachers.

He is an authority in the science of Hadith; his asanid (chains of transmission) are of the highest amongst scholars of our time. Students and scholars visit him in Syria or when he travels, to hear the masalsalat and take ijaza in narration of Hadith. In his efforts to revive the tradition of Hadith recitals, he has taught al-Muwatta of Imam Malik, Sahih al-Bukhari, Sahih al-Muslim, Sunan Abi Dawud, Jami' al-Tirmidhi and he intends to finish all the main six books of Hadith in the coming terms insha'Allah.

He has travelled extensively and participated in conferences, delivered lectures and taught intensive programmes. Additionally, he has delivered Friday speeches in Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Pakistan, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Germany, France, Spain, Canada, the United States, Indonesia, Singapore, South Africa, Morocco and the UK. Over a thousand people have embraced Islam at his hands and many have repented after listening to him. He is a scion of the prophetic household, a torch bearer in this time and a charismatic public speaker in both Arabic and English.

Sayyid Muhammad al-Yaqoubi's incredible training at the hands of several luminaries of this ummah, most notably his father, have propelled him to rank among the leading scholars of Islam in the world today. He currently resides in Damascus and is a public teacher at some of the most prestigious institutions there. He teaches Aqida (theology) at the Grand Umayyad Mosque; he holds the position of Jumu'a Khatib (Friday speaker) at the Jami' al-Hasan Mosque; at the Mosque of Shaykh Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi, he teaches from al-Risalah of Imam al-Qushayri and al-Shama'il al-Muhammadiyyah of Imam al-Tirmidhi.

May Allah preserve him for the benefit of the ummah. Ameen.

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