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    Default Where is the best Islamic school in the world?

    Assalomu alaykum, dear brothers!

    I want to learn Islam in a traditional Islamic school. Which place/madrasa/school can you recommend me? I want to study in the best place in the hands of the best ulama.

    So, where is the best Islamic school in the world?

    Wassalamu alaykum.


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    Deciding what is the best is pretty subjective, so I will merely list some of the more prominent institutions:

    Jami'ah al-Azhar (Egypt)
    http://www.alazhar.org/

    Dar al-Ulum Deoband (India)
    http://www.darululoom-deoband.com/

    Jami'ah al-Qarawiyyin (Morocco)

    Ma'had al-Fath (Syria)
    http://www.alfatihonline.com/

    Dar al-Ulum Karachi (Pakistan)
    http://www.darululoomkhi.edu.pk/

    Dar al-Hadith (Syria)
    http://www.daralhadith.com/historical/historical.htm

    Dar al-Ulum Nadwah al-Ulama (India)
    http://www.nadwatululama.org/
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    Quote Originally Posted by godilali View Post
    Deciding what is the best is pretty subjective, so I will merely list some of the more prominent institutions:

    Jami'ah al-Azhar (Egypt)
    http://www.alazhar.org/

    Dar al-Ulum Deoband (India)
    http://www.darululoom-deoband.com/

    Jami'ah al-Qarawiyyin (Morocco)

    Ma'had al-Fath (Syria)
    http://www.alfatihonline.com/

    Dar al-Ulum Karachi (Pakistan)
    http://www.darululoomkhi.edu.pk/

    Dar al-Hadith (Syria)
    http://www.daralhadith.com/historical/historical.htm

    Dar al-Ulum Nadwah al-Ulama (India)
    http://www.nadwatululama.org/
    Assalamu alaykum.

    Thank you for useful links, brother.

    The links about the schools of Syria are mainly in arabic language and I could not understand them. I don't know arabic. I just know to read Qur'an.

    I am also interested in the schools of Syria. Can you provide for some info about the syllabus and admission requirements in English? Also, I would like to know about financial sides of studying over there.

    Is it required to know arabic beforehand or can we learn there after we take the admission?

    Wassalamu alaykum.


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    If you want to study in the arab world, contact these people: http://groups.msn.com/thehabaib/general.msnw

    In order to study in places like al-Azhar, al-Qarawiyyin, etc. you should be fluent in arabic.

    In order to do this, you can enroll in an arabic learning institute like Qasid or Badr, or it may be beneficial to complete the alim course at a South African madrassah, then study in the arab world afterwards, if you wish.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdugafur View Post
    Assalamu alaykum.

    Thank you for useful links, brother.

    The links about the schools of Syria are mainly in arabic language and I could not understand them. I don't know arabic. I just know to read Qur'an.

    I am also interested in the schools of Syria. Can you provide for some info about the syllabus and admission requirements in English? Also, I would like to know about financial sides of studying over there.

    Is it required to know arabic beforehand or can we learn there after we take the admission?

    Wassalamu alaykum.



    Many times it is dependent upon the school. Most Madaris have begining non-Arabic speaking students take an initial course in Arabic for a few years, simultaneously with their Aalim program.

    If you want to stay abit closer than Syria, then i would reccomend Darul ul loom Bury, Kiddminister.


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    Also, I want to know more about Mahad al-Fath.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdugafur View Post
    Also, I want to know more about Mahad al-Fath.
    http://groups.msn.com/thehabaib/learningsyria.msnw


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