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Inspiration.  Motivation.  Knowledge. With these three keys, SeekersGuidance will show you how to manifest the guidance of the Qur’an and Prophetic teachings in your own life.SeekersGuidance, a non-profit Islamic educational portal, makes sound knowledge from reliable scholars available anywhere, at any time, through online courses, on-the-ground seminars, engaging and inspiring Islamic media and direct access to scholars through our Answers service. In order to benefit you, knowledge must be sound, relevant and accessible.  We at SeekersGuidance are dedicated to helping you to apply the mainstream, traditional understanding of Islam in your day-to-day life.

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Lamppost Productions

Ustadh Abdullah bin Hamid Ali is currently resident scholar at Zaytuna Institute and one of the future instructors at Zaytuna College which is opening its doors to its inaugurating class in fall of 2010. He is the translator and annotator of the Attributes of God (Amalpress), a work by the great Hanbali polymath, ‘Abd Al-Rahman b. al-Jawzi, and the translator of A Return to Purity in Creed (Lamppost Productions), the last work of Imam Abu Hamid al-Ghazzali’s originally entitled Iljam al-’Awamm ‘an ‘Ilm al-Kalam (Steering Commoners Away from the Study of Dialectical Theology). Ustadh Abdullah is the only Western graduate of the Shariah Faculty of the University of al-Qarawiyin located in Fes, Morocco. He specializes in Islamic legal theory (usul al-fiqh), dialectical theology (‘ilm al-kalam/tawhid), and Maliki jurisprudence (al-fiqh). He is currently completing an MA in the study of Ethics & Social Theory at the Graduate Theological Union, and he teaches regularly online via his website: www.lamppostproductions.com, where he also posts a number of his articles and legal responsa related to Maliki jurisprudence.