Abdur Rahman ibn Yusuf
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Abdur Rahman ibn Yusuf (born 1974) is an Islamic scholar who was born in England. He began his early Islamic and secular studies in Clapton in East London and went on to complete secondary school and further his knowledge of Islam at Darul Uloom Al-Arabiyyah Al-Islamiyyah where he completed the memorisation of the Qur'an by the age of fifteen. Upon the completion of hifz by Hafiz Ali, he went on to study the rigorous, six-year aalim class.
He is a signatory of the Pledge of Mutual Respect and Cooperation Between Sunni Muslim Scholars, Organizations, and Students of Sacred Knowledge.
Abdur Rahman ibn Yusuf has authored, commented upon and translated several books, which have been published by his own company, The White Thread Press.
He presently serves as Imam at Masjid E Quba North London Stamford Hill UK.
- Abdur Rahman ibn Yusuf audio and video lectures from Halal Tube
- White Thread Press Publishing company founded by him
- Masjid e Quba Mosque where Shaykh is currently Imaam