FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Suhba Online is the first-year program of an 8-month online program consisting of live & recorded weekly classes with Shaykh Mokhtar Maghraoui & Shaykh Riad Saloojee, coupled with the “Fellowship & Practice” session led by Dr. Ali Hazratji, Dr. Amir Abdelzaher, Sidi Naeem Saloojee, and Sidi Abdul-Basit Khan.

The 8-month Suhba Online program is scheduled to begin in October 2022 and conclude in May 2023.

The official start date will begin with an orientation class on:
- Sunday, October 2nd, 2022

The official first class of the will begin on:
- Tuesday, October 4th, 2022

The live class with Shaykh Mokhtar Maghraoui and Shaykh Riad Saloojee will be held on Tuesdays for the first two modules. The second two modules will be in a recorded format. The “Fellowship & Practice” session with Dr. Ali Hazratji, Dr. Amir Abdelzaher, Sidi Naeem Saloojee, and Sidi Abdul-Basit Khan will be held on Sundays.

The days and timings for the two classes are as follows:

A. Shaykh Mokhtar and Shaykh Riad’s weekly class:

Day: Tuesdays
Time: 12:15 pm to 1:45 pm, NY-time;
7:15 pm to 8:45 pm, Istanbul-time

B. Sunday Fellowship & Practice session:

Day: Sundays
Time: 10:30 am to 11:45 am, NY-time;
5:30 pm to 6:45 pm, Istanbul-time

**Please note: class times will vary throughout the year, to account for Daylight saving time shifts and local salah timings.

To convert the class times from NY-time to your timezone, please use the following link:

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Some classes are recorded while others will be live. The classes are conducted in a Zoom Webinar format. Interactive classes will take place at various points in the program.

All classes are recorded and made available on the Suhba Online course page for students to watch and review the material at their convenience. Recorded classes will be posted between 2-3 days after the live class or on the day for the recorded classes.

Due to the nature of the Suhba Online program, its individual course components and weekly submissions that are personal to each student, each registration will be for one student. However, couples and family plans are available. Please see below.

Yes. If you are planning to register as a husband and wife or a family of three or more members living at the same residence, please review the pricing options at the bottom of this page:

Spousal pricing:

One-time option: $1,043
Monthly option: 8 x $149

Family (3+) pricing:

One-time option: $1,393
Monthly option: 8 x $199

Students will be required to commit to between 3 and 5 hours of learning every week.

Every module will be taught in the following format:

  1. A. Students will listen to a live lecture (between 1-2 hours) of Shaykh Mokhtar or Shaykh Riad every Monday.

  2. Students will attend a one-hour weekly “Fellowship & Practice” session every Sunday with Dr. Ali Hazratji, Dr. Amir Abdelzaher, Sidi Naeem Saloojee, and Sidi Abdul-Basit Khan. This review session will unpack and explore the real-life, personal, gradual and progressive practice of concepts taught in the Monday class.

Yes, please see our pricing options for two (2) applicants and for three or more (3+) applicants. Once you have registered for either the couple (2) or family (3+) pIan, please submit the full name(s) and email address(es) of spouse or other family members under your plan via our Course Inquiry Form, here: https://almadina.formstack.com/forms/suhba_online_inquiry_form

The module subjects provide essential and relevant Islamic knowledge that address the needs of both the mind and the soul and provide the foundations necessary for a life of intellectual certitude, spiritual transformation and striving for nearness to the Divine.

A basic study of Usul al-fiqh is necessary in modern times to regain an appreciation for our intellectual and spiritual scholarly heritage, acquire certainty in the rational foundations of our faith, and provide us with basic tools to understand a number of critical and misunderstood issues, such as bid‘a.

The usul al-fiqh module does not focus on the principles of any one school. The focus is on foundational areas of study that are either generally neglected or not taught within a holistic intellectual, spiritual and practical paradigm. The study of essential fiqh is readily accessible through a variety of different avenues so we won't cover it as a standalone subject in this module.

Each module contains a summary of decades of study of countless classical and modern texts. The intent of Suhba Online is not to restrict the student to one text, but to acquire essential knowledge necessary for spiritual development and growth in a modern context.

Students will receive brief, weekly, practical advice and food for thought. Students will also have the opportunity to join our live weekly remembrance with Shaykh Mokhtar Maghraoui every Sunday. The weekly remembrance includes Qur’an, sending peace and blessings upon the Messenger ﷺ and reciting the daily litany of remembrance. It is a wonderful avenue to recharge spiritual energy for the week ahead.

No. This is an introductory course.


Yes, past Suhba Online students may re-register to attend Suhba Online 2022/23.

Sponsorships are now open for Suhba Online. Please apply at the link below:

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Full refunds will be provided to those that request it up until after the first class on October 4th, 2022 . No refunds will be provided after October 5th, 2022.

All registered students will have access to this course for 365 days after registration.

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