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Caliph ‘Umar ibn Abdil-’Aziz


Stained Window of Names. Colour Pencils, Markers & Pens Edited on iPhone Irfan Jumadi


Stained Window of Attributes. Colour Pencils, Markers & Pens Edited on iPhone Irfan Jumadi


Signs. Vectorised Irfan Jumadi


A Circle of Companions. Vectorised Irfan Jumadi


For further information and clarification please refer to the following: ★ Tahafut al-Falasifah, Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali, Cairo: Dar At-Talaaii’ ★ Al-Munkidh min ad-Dalal, Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali, Beirut: Maktabah Al-‘Asriyyah ★ Tahafut At-Tahafut, Ibn Rushd Al-Hafid, Cairo: Maktabah Ibn Sina ★ Ibn Rushd Faqih Al-Falasifah wa Failasuf Al-Fuqaha, Dr Muhammad ‘Imarah, Cairo: Dar As-Salaam http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/arabic-islamic-influence http://www.iep.utm.edu/ibnrushd http://www.ghazali.org/ (many of his works can be found here in pdf form) http://www.qaradawi.net/articles/

Author is one of the distinguished graduates of Al-Azhar University, Faculty of Islamic Theology, and is currently in Rubat Tareem, Yemen, to further his studies. Author is also regarded as a polymathic figure amongst PERKEMAS members, a personal mentor to the Chief Editor, and a consultant for this publication.


Imam As-Shaafi’ee


Al-Azhar. Through My Eyes. Photos of AlAzhar taken by Singaporean students and posted on their Instagram pages.


Imam Az-Zuhree


Panorama of the city of Cairo. (coloured) Nur Diyana Binte Zait Year 2 Faculty of Islamic Jurisprudence Al-Azhar University, Cairo


Panorama of the city of Cairo. (black&white) Nur Diyana Binte Zait Year 2 Faculty of Islamic Jurisprudence Al-Azhar University, Cairo


A friend is one who knows the real you but loves you anyway. Muhammad Irfan Bin Abdul Rahman Year 2 Faculty of Islamic Jurisprudence Al-Azhar University, Cairo


Together into the horizon. Nur Diyana Binte Zait Year 2 Faculty of Islamic Jurisprudence Al-Azhar University, Cairo


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Photography by Imron Rushdie Tukiman Second year Faculty of Islamic Theology Al-Azhar University

The wise man says, "We

do not choose our destiny, it chooses us. Destiny shift is like the wind, it shifts as we move through our lives." 


Find knowledge. Sometimes all of our thoughts are misgiven. (Entrance to the Ruwaq As-Shawwam, Al-Azhar)  


As he stood, with his cigarette in his hand, I thought of lyrics from Led Zeppelin's Stairway to Heaven, "then

the piper will lead us to reason". 


(An old man, a bottle of Shisha & a bundle of sugar canes to sell)


Though life may be hard in Egypt, this boy still has his own dreams & something to achieve for in the future.

"The Champ is Here!" (WWE superstar, John Cena)


So he shouted "LA'!" (NO!). And I Clicked my camera. (those glasses of sugar cane juice on the tray prevented him from chasing after me)


Instagram pics of

Egypt taken by

Singaporean Azharis


Arabic Calligraphy by Firdaus Azhari Recent graduate of AlAzhar University, batch 2013, Faculty of Islamic Theology.


http://www.resalatalazhar.com/images/flippingbook/books/AZHARTalk.pdf


Ustaz Hafidzh Rapiee Ustaz Irwan Hadi Suhaimi

Interview by Aufa Muhammad Sidqee Third-year undergraduate, Faculty of Theology, Al-Azhar University


1  Mashrab  is  a  term  used  in  determining  one’s  school  of  thought  and  Sufism  

path.  In  this  ar;cle,  it  is  referred  to  the  school  of  thought.   2  To  posi;on  ourselves  as  Allah’s  servants  and  refer  to  Him  in  our  ac;ons  and   thoughts.  


1  Ancient  texts  by  Islamic  scholars. 2  Ustaz  Irwan  is  against  nega;ve  modes  of  modernity. 3  means  method. 4  Islamic  religious  council  in  Singapore 5  The  interviewee  meant  for  those  who  may  not  specialize  in  Islamic  studies


Imam Maalik


Prominent Singaporean Azharis.

Muhammad Fadhlullah Suhaimi


Prominent Singaporean Azharis.

Muhammad Kamil bin Fadhlullah


Imam Muhammad Ibn Sireen


Siti Halimah Latiff


Siti Halimah Bte Lati Author is a 2010 graduate of Al-Azhar University with a degree in Islamic Jurisprudence, who was active in attending religious classes led by prominent Al-Azhar scholars during her university days in Egypt. After AlAzhar, she then pursued her Masters degree in Ain Shams University, Cairo, majoring in education. Currently, she is one of the teaching staff in Darul Furqan - a subdivision of the well known Tradisi Halaqah which caters to female students. Spurred by her love for the ulama’, Ustazah Halimah also attends to iconic non-local Muslim scholars who visit Darul Furqan and Tradisi Halaqah to give timeless pearls of wisdom to the community here.


Prominent Singaporean Azharis. Mohamed Sanusi bin Mahmood


Prominent Singaporean Azharis.

Muhammad Taha bin Fadhlullah Suhaimi


Enumerated by Nurhanisa Yusoff Second year undergraduate at the Faculty of Arabic Language & Literature, AlAzhar University.


Poems translated by

Siti Nur Fairuz

Third Yeard Undergraduate Faculty of Arabic Language & Literature Al-Azhar University


Prominent Singaporean Azharis.

Abu Bakar bin Hashim (1934 - 2005)


Prominent Singaporean Azharis.

Syed Isa Semait


Imam Ibn Qayyim Al-Jauziyyah


Terjemahan | Muhammad Amin Samsudin


Sheikh Sa’id Bin Abdul Latif Foudah Beliau merupakan ulama’ tauhid, mantiq, dan usul fiqh, juga antara pakar akidah Ibn Taymiyyah yang terulung pada zaman ini. Dilahirkan pada tahun 1967 di Haifa, Palestin, Sheikh Sa’id telah berpindah ke Amman, Jordan pada usia yang sangat muda. Beliau memperolehi ijazah PhD dari Universiti Al-Azhar, Mesir dan sudah banyak kali menjadi penceramah di persidangan dan seminar di negeri-negeri seperti Mesir, Syria, Belanda, Malaysia dan Kuwait.


Imam Ibn Taymiyyah


Author is a recent graduate of MesirAl-Azhar University, batch 2013, from the Faculty of Islamic Theology.


Muqbil Al-Wadi'i


Prominent Singaporean Azharis.

Syeikh Abdel Maqsud Elsayed Elsayed


Prominent Singaporean Azharis.

Mohamed Fatris Bakaram


Egypt’s Life Lessons

-Anonymous Azhariat (female undergraduate of Al-Azhar)


Egypt’s Life Lessons

Vintage Ride. (Practicality on a whole new level)


Egypt’s Life Lessons

Hectic is "normal" and through that we practise... patience.


Putting Food On The Table. (Egyptians depend heavily on tourism to make a living)


Egypt’s Life Lessons

Whatever we do, suffice, as ‘rizq’ comes from Allah.


Egypt’s Life Lessons

Daily Life of a push-cart vendor.


A blessing in disguise of a simple man selling tamar hind - a popular summer drink.


Egypt’s Life Lessons

 A poet said: "Water, bread and shade, These form a most worthy bliss, I have denied the favors of my Lord, If I said that I had too little."


Egypt’s Life Lessons

All is due to HIM and HIM alone.


Author is a third-year student at the Faculty of Arabic Language & Literature, Al-Azhar University.


Imam As-Sha’bi


Other artworks by OV’s talented Official Illustrator


Telekinesis. It's a good thing we can't do it, even if it looks cool. Disclaimer: This comic is for entertainment purposes only. If you have a problem with your family, seek advice and consultation instead of throwing utensils and stuffs at your spouses.


Mr. Anwar Ismail Mr. Karsani bin Hassan Abdul Ghaffur bin Saffar Darul Arqam Safinah Institute Masjid An-Nur Masjid Al-Mukminin Masjid Al-Amin Masjid Jamiyah Ar-Rabitah Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka Masjid Muhajirin Masjid An-Nahdhah Masjid Alkaff Kampong Melayu Yameen Masjid Kassim Masjid At-Taqua Masjid Al-Istiqamah Masjid En-Naeem


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