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Insha'Allah, we can all benefit from the Essentials of Fiqh: Salah (FQ103) courses offered by Abu Haneefa College of Fiqh on Ilm Hub, presented by Mufti Faisal bin Abdul Hameed al-Mahmudi.


Masha'Allah, the salah courses are in 11 sections and access to presentations and handouts are included. Start with section 1 (Introduction to Salah) and work your way up insha'Allah.


For details and access to the sections and other excellent courses, masha'Allah, please visit: ILM HUB




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