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WHAT WOULD IT TAKE TO...

...send your newborn down a river, speak truth to power, move on from your past indiscretions, or rely upon Allah when all doors seem closed shut?

Some may associate “strength” and “prophethood” to the story of Musa.

Look closer. You’ll start to see something else:

Vulnerability, fear, ethical dilemma, self-doubt.

Raw human ordeal.

You’ll see more of you.

“This seminar was so unexpected.

Perhaps the most relevant and transformative I’ve ever taken.”

Musa’s narrative is a treasure chest dispersed throughout the Quran,

demanding YOUR attention at every phase of your life.


Shaykh Mohamed Mana is the first American to graduate with a Bachelor's from the Faculty of Quranic Sciences, Madinah University. Born in Hollywood and raised in Long Beach, he embodies a unique balance of traditional and contemporary upbringing.

As a young Muslim raised in America, Shaykh Mohamed is in a unique position to understand today's Western youth, their struggles and pressures. He received his schooling and early Islamic education at home under the guidance of his parents, mainly his mother. He completed the memorization of the Quran in his late teens while majoring in Business Economics at California State University Long Beach. He also served on the MSA board, volunteering for local and national organizations.

When asked about the highlight of his time in Madinah, Shaykh Mohamed answered, "being in the presence of various scholars and teachers, benefitting tremendously from their knowledge and mentorship, adding diversity and depth to my experience."

Shaykh Mohamed is also an outdoor enthusiast, enjoying his life in California in the company of family and friends. He's been active in the local Islamic Institute of Orange County for many years leading Tarawih, delivering sermons and lectures, and teaching various classes. His primary goal is to connect Muslims with the Quran and revive its relevance in our lives today.

Join us for Once upon the Nile: The Epic of Moses with Sh. Mohammed Mana!

October 27th-29th

NCSU

Friday: 7pm-10pm, Talley Center

2411 Dunn Ave., Raleigh, NC, 27606

Saturday: 10am-7pm, Williams Hall,

101 Derieux Pl, Raleigh, NC 27607

Sunday: 9am-6pm, Williams Hall

101 Derieux Pl, Raleigh, NC 27607


Secure your seat here: www.almaghrib.org/raleigh