Mufti Hussain Kamani returns to ICGA this Friday night for a conversation on the strength of our Ummah and igniting hope for the path ahead.
We are an Ummah dedicated to the service of Allah ta’ala and strengthened by the example of His Prophet Muhammad salAllahu ‘alayhi wa sallam. It is from this we draw our strength.
Community nights are a blessing and an opportunity for connection. Bring a dish for this week’s potluck.
MUFTI HUSSAIN KAMANI
Mufti Hussain Kamani is an instructor at Qalam. He is a faculty member at the Qalam Seminary where he teaches Sahih Muslim, Mishkat Al Masabih, Fiqh, and Tazkiya. He gives lectures, conducts seminars and workshops, and teaches Intensives and leads Hajj & Umrah groups at Qalam. You can listen to the numerous series that he has recorded on the Qalam Podcast.
He currently resides in Dallas, TX with his wife and four children. He also serves as a resident scholar for the Islamic Association of Carrollton (Masjid Al-Rahman).
Mufti Hussain Kamani was born and raised in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. His journey to pursue sacred Islamic knowledge began at age 6. By the age of 9, he completed the memorization of the Holy Quran. To further advance his studies in the Islamic Sciences, he traveled to the United Kingdom and pursued formal Islamic authorizations (ijazahs). For 7 years, Mufti Kamani studied a rigorous curriculum covering the Arabic language and literature, Islamic jurisprudence, Tafseer of the Holy Qur’an, Hadith, Islamic Philosophy, and Aqeedah. Afterwards, he was selected for a post-graduate level course in Islamic Law and Legal Verdicts, which he completed within two years. He later earned his graduate degree in Business Management from the University of Coventry in the UK.