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OF LIGHT AND FIRE (3 CREDITS)
There are bodies around us that we cannot see and Humans are the center of their focus. Some of them love us and some of them want to harm us. They are created of light and fire. Submerge into another reality and experience a world never seen before: the world of the Angels and Jinn. What is it like to be an Angel? What do the Jinn do during the night? Be awed and marvel at the creativity of Allah and learn how the belief in their existence can increase your iman.
- The unseen creations of Allah
- The Jinn world
- Jinn possession and its cures
- Exorcism according to the
- Black magic and how to identify it
- How to protect ourselves against Jinn
- Haunted houses
- The world of Angels
- And much more!
Watch OF LIGHT AND FIRE: Angels and Jinn, promo videos:
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SEEING SHADOWY FIGURES?
Shaykh Zakir Choudhury was born and raised in new York City, and currently resides in Queens, New York. He graduated from St. John’s University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science, majoring and graduating as a Physician Assistant. He began his formal Islamic studies at FKAD Institute in 2010 with the launch of the Associate’s Degree Program in Arabic and Islamic Studies. After 5 years of continuous study, Shaykh Zakir graduated the FKAD ADP program with high honors. Currently, he is a lead instructor for FKAD’s ADP program, where he specializes in Aqeedah and Quranic Studies as well as a curriculum developer for FKAD’s Beginners Arabic Program, and a lecturer at Masjid 'Eesa ibn Maryam. Shaykh Zakir also currently practices as a Physician Assistant and specializes in interventional orthopedic spine care.
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