A Message from our Mothers to our Sisters of Today - Navaid Aziz





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Published on Mar 7, 2012

An inspirational lecture examining the leadership of honourable women in Islamic history. This lecture aims to extract relevant and valuable lessons to be learned from our wise predecessors.

Shaykh Navaid Aziz has been described as being a gem in and of himself. One of the youngest instructors to join AlMaghrib, Shaykh Navaid has a way of making each student feel special, as though he is talking to them one-on-one. Students have described his demeanour and manner of speaking to exude sincerity and care. His personal stories connect directly with the youth and are his strength in carrying the message across.

Hailing from Montreal, Quebec Sh Navaid is a man of many cultures and flavours. He completed an associate's degree in Commerce and Social Sciences before heading to the illustrious Islamic University of Madinah. Sh. Navaid went on to complete a diploma in the Arabic language as well as a bachelors in Shari'ah (Islamic Law), with a specialization in Fiqh and Usul Al-Fiqh.

Upon returning to North America Sh. Navaid joined the speakers circuit and has travelled the world lecturing and teaching. He is the founder of http://www.myspiritualfix.com a modern day approach to spirituality. He serves the Muslim community as a family and youth counselor. As a strong advocator for a bright Muslim future he is the Islamic editor for Recess Kids magazine in North America and Little Explorers magazine in the United Kingdom. If Sh. Navaid is not found lecturing he will more than likely be found updating his Facebook status, reading a book in his personal library, or taking some of the brothers to school on the basketball court.

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