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About Al-Salam Institute
Al-Salam Institute (ASI) teaches Arabic and Islamic sciences in London and online through our part-time Alimiyyah Programme – authorised by Dr Akram Nadwi.
ASI was established in Oxford, UK in 2006 as a means to facilitate the study of Arabic and traditional Islamic sciences for full-time students and working professionals. Through a combination of authentic Islamic scholarship and modern academic advancements, ASI delivers its pioneering 6-year Alimiyyah Programme (aka Islamic Scholarship Programme) in London and online live.
Our mission is to deliver the authentic teachings of Islam through classical texts with a profound awareness of the modern era. Our vision is to produce a new generation of leading thinkers and Islamic scholars who are characterised by their sound knowledge of the authentic sources, independence of mind in their application, and their embodiment of religious virtue.
Ustadh Tariq Pandor (Birmingham)
Ustadh Andrew Booso (Bradford)
Ustadh Shafiur Rahman (London)
Br Abu Mumin Yahya (London)
Dr. Imran Sathiya (Blackburn)
Sr Sayeda Zaidi (Egypt)
Sr Amal Saffour (Birmingham)
Shaykh Dr Afifi al-Akiti (Oxford)
Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford)
Shaykh Dr Ibrahim Harvey (London)
Shaykh Dr Abdul HakimVazquez (London)
Shaykh Dr Usaama al-Azami (Leicester)
Shaykh Shafiur Rahman (London)
Shaykh Ayman Abdel-Haleem (Cambridge)
Shaykh Abid Khan (London)
Shaykh Akhlaaq Choudry (Manchester)
Shaykh Tariq Pandoor (Birmingham)
Shaykh Hafiz Abdullah Muhammad (London)
Al-Salam Institute is the trading name of Al-Salam Education Limited, a not-for-profit organisation limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales under registration number 09441314. Registered Address: 97 East Avenue, Oxford, OX4 1XR