Articles by Sheikh Ibrahim Nuhu

Sheikh Ibrahim Nuhu

Sheikh Ibrahim Nuhu was born and raised in Nigeria. He enjoys being around children which is why he started off as a primary School headmaster at Raudatul Qur’an School in Zaria Kaduna in Nigeria. He was then accepted into the International Islamic University, Madinah. He graduated from the Kulliyyah of Shariah at the top of his class with his Bachelors in Shariah and Islamic Studies. He then followed that up with a Postgraduate Diploma (first class of honours) in Islamic Law and Islamic Political Science from the same university only to pursue and complete his Masters and PhD in Shariah and Civil Laws at the International Islamic University Malaysia. In his spare time, Sheikh Ibrahim allots a lot of his free time, and many times sacrifices his own family time, to cater to the religious needs of Muslim student bodies in Universities all over Malaysia, delivering hundreds of Islamic lectures and Dawah programs for those Muslim students in predominantly non-Muslim Universities who hardly ever have a Student of Knowledge visit them. With his deep knowledge coupled with extreme humility, Sheikh Ibrahim has significantly single handedly developed Islam in the lives of hundreds if not thousands of young Muslim students. Currently he is the Director and Founder of An-Nadaa Educational Foundation which is working to alleviate the difficulties and fulfill the needs of poor Muslims in Nigeria and elevate them with education.


Regarding Interpretation of Dreams

Dreams are of 3 types: 1. Those from Allah 2. Those from Shaytan 3. Those from a person’s mind, experiences and interpretation of the soul. Narrated Abu Qatada: The Prophet ﷺ said, الرُّؤْيَا الصَّالِحَةُ مِنَ اللَّهِ، وَالْحُلْمُ مِنَ الشَّيْطَانِ، فَإِذَا حَلَمَ فَلْيَتَعَوَّذْ مِنْهُ وَلْيَبْصُقْ عَنْ شِمَالِهِ، فَإِنَّهَا لاَ تَضُرُّهُ “A good dream that comes true…


Waqf in Islam

Waqf is defined as a permanent dedication of the corpus of the valuable property by a Muslim to the ownership of Allah for religious, charitable, and pious purposes. The term waqf literally means to prevent (habs) or restrain. In legal terms it means to protect a thing or to prevent it from becoming the property…

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