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Habib Umar bin Hafiz Arabic: Umar bin Hafiz was born on 27 May CE or 4 Muharram AH in TarimHadhramautYemenand raised in a household that possessed a tradition and lineage of Islamic scholarship and righteousness by his father.
His father was Muhammad bin Salim bin Hafiz, a Habib and mufti of Tarim, a pious caller to Islam, scholar, and a martyr of the communist uprising. He is a sayyid a descendent of the Islamic prophet Muhammadthrough his grandson Hussein ibn Ali. His lineage is recorded as follows: Having memorized the Qu’ran at a very young age, bin All also studied and memorized core ciya in Fiqh Islamic jurisprudencethe Arabic languageHadith Prophetic traditions and many other religious sciences.
He studied Islamic sciences including spirituality from his father. Habib Umar was given permission to teach soon after.
At the age of 15, Bin Hafiz began to teach, while continuing to study and receive lessons. Bin Hafiz currently lives in Tarim, where he oversees the development of Dar al-Mustafa and the schools that have been set up under his management.
Bin Hafiz travels regularly to meet with students and leaders, deliver talks and media interviews, and participate in official and private functions. Among the places he has been include: He has connected to the chains of transmission of the scholars of these regions.
InBin Hafiz joined the ranks of the world’s leading Muslim academics and scholars as a signatory to A Common Word Between Us and Youa document that builds bridges between the Muslim and Christian communities. fiya
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