Are you passionate about serving the Deen but don't know where to start? Do you have some ideas about what to do in your local community but don't know if they are viable? Have you lost connection with your teachers since graduating?
We are here to support you with your next steps…
Whitethread Institute is pleased to offer you a unique mentoring opportunity to help you decide what path is best suited for you. We are offering 15 minute consultations, via Zoom or phone call, to understand your journey and circumstances. You will then be provided with personalised advice on how best to serve your community and maximise your true potential.
Our aim is that every scholar should become relevant. Every scholar should maximise his or her potential. Every scholar should be able to give something back to the community. We want to help ‘ulama discover their calling, whether it be for leading a community, youth work, providing adult education, teaching the next generation of leaders, or furthering Islamic academic studies.
Mufti Abdur-Rahman Mangera will be available for short consultation sessions to help you navigate your path and discuss the viability of your ideas.
Benefit from the Shaykh’s experience and receive bespoke careers advice.
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Dr. Abdur-Rahman Mangera
A British Muslim scholar educated in both the Islamic and Western traditions. He memorised the Qur’an by heart and graduated from the Darul Uloom seminary Bury, UK, and later undertook studies in ifta’ at Madrasah Zakariyya, South Africa, under Mufti Rada’ al-Haqq, and then at Mazahir ‘Ulum Saharanpur, India, under Mufti Muhammad Tahir Ghaziabadi. He earned his BA from the University of Johannesburg and completed his MA and PhD in Islamic Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. His PhD research was a critical edition of Shaykh Abu ‘l-Layth al-Samarqandi’s Kitab al-Nawazil, hailed as the first fatwa collection in the Hanafi school. He holds an honorary fellowship at the Cambridge Muslim College and at The Royal Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought, Amman, Jordan. Mufti Abdur-Rahman has the unique experience of serving as an imam in Muslim communities on both sides of the Atlantic, eight years in Southern California and over five in the great city of London—and his continued work as an international speaker and lecturer enables him to address and offer advice on current challenges that face Muslims in the West.