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Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi

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Biography of Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi a Great Sunni Scholar from Syria

(bis) Born in Damascus, Shaykh Muhammad descends from a family whose lineage goes back to the Prophet, salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam, through his grandson Sayyiduna al-Hasan, radiya Allahu 'anhu. His ancestors also include some of the greatest scholars of Syria. His father, Shaykh Ibrahim al-Ya'qoubi (d. 1985/1406 H.), was one of the greatest scholars Syria saw in the past 50 years. As a little boy, Shaykh Muhammad crawled in the Grand Umayyad Mosque and the Darwishiyya Mosque, where his father was an instructor for 40 years, and sat in the laps of some of the greatest scholars. Under his father's tutelage, Shaykh Muhammad followed a solid traditional curriculum since the age of four, studying the major classical works on the various disciplines of the Shari'ah as well as the instrumental disciplines. He received ijazas in Hadith from several of the most prominent scholars in Syria.


Amongst the scholars who gave him ijaza were the Malikite Mufti of Syria Sayyid Makki al-Kittani, the Hanafite Mufti Muhammad Abul-Yusr 'Abideen, Muhammad Salih al-Khateeb, Ali al-Boudaylimi, Zayn al-'Abideen at-Tounisi, 'Abdul'Aziz 'Uyun as-Soud, and Muhammad Wafa al-Qassaab.


He is a charismatic speaker in both Arabic and English. Several of his speeches have been produced. He has been traveling around the world teaching and calling people to Islam. Scores of people embraced Islam or repented after listening to him.


Shaykh Muhammad is a leading scholar of hadith. He taught Sahih al-Bukhari 4 times, sahih Muslim twice, al-Muwatta 6 times al-Shama'il of Imam Tirmidhi 17 times. several schlars from the Islamic world and the West studied hadith under him or took ijaza from him.,


Shaykh Muhammad pursued his academic studies at the University of Damascus, Faculty of Shari'ah. He also received a degree in Arabic literature in 1987 and completed a two-year study of philosophy at the Arab University of Beirut. In 1991, Shaykh Muhammad joined the PhD program of linguistics at Gothenburg University in Sweden, Department of Oriental Studies, where he also worked as a researcher and a teacher of classical Arabic literature. He worked in Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah in Kuwait in 1990 as Research Editor and later as Assistant Director for Research and Studies.


In Sweden, Shaykh Muhammad served the Muslim community of Gothenburg as Imam, where he struggled for the establishment of Islam in the country. In 1999, the Swedish Islamic society in Stockholm chose him as the Mufti of Sweden. Besides working in Syria and Sweden, Shaykh Muhammad participated in conferences, delivered lectures, and gave Friday speeches in the Middle East, Europe, Canada, and the United States. Shaykh Muhammad taught his first class at the age of eleven in Qura'an and Tajweed, delivered his first public speeches at the age of twelve, and gave his first Friday khutba at the age of fourteen and a half.


Shaykh Muhammad is married and has three children and currently resides in Damascus, Syria.


1st Pic of Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi Giving Speech .


2nd Pic of the Great Scholar Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi


3rd Pic of Islamic Scholars Al-Habib Ali Zain Ul Abideen Al-Jifri and Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi in a Mawlid .




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1st Pic of Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi Giving Speech




the pic where Shaykh Ya'Qoubi are delivering a bayaan...ALhumduLILLAH Azzawajal i attended that mehfil in was a beautiul Bayaan...

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(azw)(ja).. Thanx for Sharing this material and Pics... May Allah Bless Upon Ulema-e-Ahle Sunnat.. Aameen Bijahin Nabiyil Kareem (saw)

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