"Muhammad Abul Huda Al-Yaqoubi was born in May 7, 1963 in Damascus, Syria" "Follows Traditional Sunni."
Muhammad Abul Huda Al-Yaqoubi
Sayyid Allamah Hajji Muhaddith Murshid Sheikh Ulema/Ulama
May 7, 1963 in Damascus, Syria (age 53-54)
Al-Muwatta of Yahya al-Laythi Most of al-Muwatta of Imam Muhammad with Sharh al-Laknawi Most of al-Muwaafaqaat of ash-Shaatibi The first volume and other sections (of the five volumes) of al-Hashiya of Ibn 'Abideen Ihya 'Ulum ad-Deen Al-Hidaya of al-Marghinani Mughni al-Labeeb of Ibn Hisham Parts of Kitab Seebawayhi Miyar al-Ilm of al-Ghazali Several volumes of Sharh Sahih Muslim of an-Nawawi Several volumes of Irshad as-Saari of al-Qastallaani Half of Madarik at-Taweel of an-Nasafi Hashiyat as-Saawi on Tafseer al-Jalaalayn Three volumes of Mu'jam Maqaayiis al-Lugha of Ibn Faaris Al-Bayaan wat-Tabyeen of al-Jaahiz Several volumes of Wafayaat al-Ayaan of Ibn Khallikaan Tabaqat ash-Shafi'iyya al-Kubraa of Ibn as-Subki Maqamaat al-Hariri
Ibrahim Al-Yaqoubi Abul Yusr Abidin Makki al-Kittani
Shaykh Muhammad descends from a scholarly family that traces its roots back to Morocco, and lineage to the Prophet Muhammad (Allah bless him and grant him peace). He is a scholar who holds onto the traditional sunni tradition by having authentic chains of narrations all the way back to the Prophet Muhammad (Allah bless him and grant him peace).
From an early age, Sayyid Ibrahim al-Yaqoubi supervised Shaykh Muhammads upbringing and tutelage, ensuring that every aspect of his sons life was developed with the most detailed care under the guidance of the Sharia. For over 20 years, Shaykh Muhammad studied over 500 books with his father, in the sciences of the Quran, Hadith, Fiqh, Mantiq and many other fields. His father gave him full authority to narrate Hadith, to teach and issue fatwa.
The Shaykh is fluent in several languages including Arabic, English, and Swedish, and has trained several hundreds of scholars, imams and preachers both in Syria and the West. He is the author of a number of books in Arabic, as well as several poems in both Arabic and English. He has travelled the world extensively and participated in conferences, lectures and taught several intensive programmes from Finland to South Africa, and Indonesia to the West coast of the USA. The Shaykh currently resides in Morocco with his wife and 3 children, and continues to teach the sacred sciences to scholars and students.