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Author Archives: Shaykh Haytham Tamim



Shaykh Haytham Tamim

Shaykh Haytham Tamim is the founder and main teacher of the Utrujj Foundation. He has provided a leading vision for Islamic learning in the UK, which has influenced the way Islamic knowledge is disseminated. He has orchestrated the design and delivery of over 200 unique courses since Utrujj started in 2001. His extensive expertise spans over 30 years across the main Islamic jurisprudence schools of thought. He has studied with some of the foremost scholars in their expertise; he holds some of the highest Ijazahs (certificates) in Quran, Hadith (the Prophetic traditions) and Fiqh (Islamic rulings). His own gift for teaching was evident when he gave his first sermon to a large audience at the age of 17 and went on to serve as a senior lecturer of Islamic transactions and comparative jurisprudence at the Islamic University of Beirut (Shariah College). He has continued to teach; travelling around the UK, Europe and wider afield, and won the 2015 BISCA award (British Imams & Scholars Contributions & Achievements Awards) for Outstanding Contribution to Education and Teaching.

how do you give dawah?
in Q&A

How do you give Dawah?

Our mission is to deliver the divine message. Not to convert people. Yet we have a common misconception that we can convert people to the truth. In fact, no one can convert people. Then, if...

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November 20, 2021
Ghazali on arguing
in Khutbah

Ghazali on arguing

Imam Ghazali’s book, Kitaab Al-Arba’in Fi Usul ad-Din, ‘The Forty Principles of the Religion,’ which he wrote before his death, is a summary of Ihya Ulumuddin, In his chapter entitled Tazkiya al Qulub, The Purification...

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November 19, 2021
Ghazali on speaking and lies
in Khutbah

Ghazali on speaking and lies

Imam Ghazali’s book Kitaab Al-Arba’in Fi Usul ad-Din, The 40 Principles of the Faith is a summary of his great work, Ihya Ulumuddin. In his chapter on the purification of the heart, he explores how...

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November 07, 2021
What can you recite during sujud?
in Q&A

What can you recite during sujud?

During sujud the sunnah is to recite subhana rabbiyal a’la) which means ‘Glorious is my Lord the Most High’. You can also recite tahlil (La ilaha illallah which means ‘there’s no God but God’) and tahmeed...

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November 01, 2021