Ammar AlShukry is the AlMaghrib Grand Slam Champion, excelling in his involvement at every capacity volunteer, original Ameer of QTayybah, HQ staff, graduate and now instructor.
Ammar began seeking knowledge in New York with a wide variety of teachers in Quran, Hadith, Aqeedah, Fiqh and Tafseer.
Beyond the tri-state he was able to benefit from scholars throughout the United States such as Shaykh Salah Al-Sawwy, Dr.Hatem El-Haj, Shaykh Mamdouh Mahmoud, and extensive study with Vice-President of AlMaghrib Institute, Shaykh Waleed Basyouni.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Islamic Sciences with AlMaghrib Institute.
He has the ability to walk seamlessly between generations. Ammar is also very well known for his thought-provoking and heart-moving poetry with classics such as “Jannah”, “Until I See You”, and “The Witr Du’a”
The basic meaning of Khushu is the softness of the heart, its being gentle, still, submissive, broken, and yearning. The source of Khushu that takes place in the heart is the awareness of Allah's Greatness, Magnifence and Perfection. The more awareness one develops, the more Khushu he has. Ibn Rajab Al Hanbali wrote a treatise on developing Khushu in Salah, a short book beautifully translated into English. Learn deep lessons that will affect your prayer and your every day life. … [Read more...]