Mohammed Alkobaisi

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Islamic scholar
Mohammed Al-Kobaisi
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Mohammed Alkobaisi
Born (1970-11-13)13 November 1970
Iraq Iraq
Ethnicity Arab
Era Modern Era
Region Middle East
Denomination Sunni
Main interest(s) Tafsir, Hadith Fiqh, Sharia
Alma mater Baghdad University
Awards

Dr. Mohammed Eyadah Alkobaisi (Arabic: ; الدكتور محمد بن عيادة الكبيسي; also محمد عيادة الكبيسي; محمد الكبيسي‎) is an Islamic scholar with PhD in specialized Islamic studies.

Academic Study[edit]

  • Holds a PhD from Baghdad University, 2002, in specialized Islamic studies. The thesis was titled: 'The Lost Part of Tafseer Ibn Abi Hatim Ar-Razi'
  • Memorization of the Quran at a very young[vague] age in Makkah Al-Mokarramah.
  • Holds 'Ejazaah' scholarly degree, in the six books of hadith, with continuous-chain to Mohammed.
  • Holds many[vague] 'Ejaazah' scholarly degrees, from different scholars in different linguistic and Islamic Sciences.

Work[edit]

Dr. Mohammed Alkobaisi is a Grand Mufti at Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department in Dubai.[1][2]

Activities[edit]

Dr. Mohammed Alkobaisi is a public figure and a TV personality, and he is the writer and presenter of Understanding Islam TV Show,[3] a weekly educational program about Islam and its different aspects that shape and affect the life of Muslims. The show targets English speaking Muslims, new Muslims and people interested in knowing more about the religion of Islam. Understanding Islam TV Show concentrates on the practical application of the Islamic guidance, and its importance in the real daily life of people.

Achievements[edit]

Academic publications[edit]

Recently, many academic works of Dr. Mohammed Alkobaisi were printed, including:

  • Sawm Al-Qoloob, (Arabic: ; صوم القلوب‎).[4][5]
  • Selected Fatwas on AL-HAJJ, (Arabic: ; فتاوى مختارة حول الحج‎).[6]
  • Selected Fatwas on AL-Taharah, (Arabic: ; فتاوى مختارة حول الطهارة‎).[7]
  • Selected Fatwas on AL-Salah, (Arabic: ; فتاوى مختارة حول الصلاة‎).[8]
  • Selected Fatwas on AL-Salah 2, (Arabic: ; فتاوى مختارة حول الصلاة 2‎).[9]
  • Selected Fatwas on AL-Salah 3, (Arabic: ; فتاوى مختارة حول الصلاة 3‎).[10]
  • Tafseer Sorat Al-Qasas, an objective interpretation, (Arabic: ; تفسير سورة القصص تفسيرا موضوعيا‎).[11][12]
  • Tafseer Sorat Aal-Imraan, an objective interpretation, (Arabic: ; تفسير سورة آل عمران تفسيرا موضوعيا‎).[13]
  • Selected Fatwas on AL-Uthhiya 1, (Arabic: ; فتاوى مختارة حول الأضحية‎).[14]
  • Selected Fatwas on AL-Uthhiya 2, (Arabic: ;2 فتاوى مختارة حول الأضحية‎).[15]
  • Selected Fatwas on Zakat Al Fitr 1, (Arabic: ; فتاوى مختارة حول زكاة الفطر‎).[16]
  • Selected Fatwas on Zakat Al Fitr 2, (Arabic: ; فتاوى مختارة حول زكاة الفطر 2‎).[17]
  • Many peer reviewed research papers.

TV Programs[edit]

  • Adh-Dharibon fi Al-Ard, Arabic, 194 episodes, Dubai Business Channel.
  • Shari'ah and Real-estate, English, 8 episodes, Al-Aqaria Channel.
  • Fa Innaho Yarak, Arabic, 20 episodes, Al-Aqaria Channel.
  • Nafahat Ramadaniya 1, Arabic, 30 episodes.
  • Nafahat Ramadaniya 2, Arabic, 30 episodes.
  • Understanding Islam 1, English, 18 episodes, Dubai One TV.
  • Understanding Islam 2, English, 39 episodes, Dubai One TV.
  • Understanding Islam 3, English, 36 episodes, Dubai One TV.
  • Understanding Islam 4, English, on going, Dubai One TV.
  • Understanding Islam Ramadan 1, English, 29 episodes, Dubai One TV.
  • Understanding Islam Ramadan 2, English, 30 episodes, Dubai One TV.
  • Understanding Islam Ramadan 3, English, 30 episodes, Dubai One TV.

Awards[edit]

Dr Alkobaisi honored by H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Prime Minister & Vice President of United Arab Emirates (UAE), Ruler of Dubai.

References[edit]

  1. ^ IACAD, Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department. "News". Government of Dubai. Retrieved 9 September 2013. 
  2. ^ Alarabiya News, English. "The Story". Retrieved 9 September 2013. 
  3. ^ Dubai Media Inc., Dubai One TV. "Our Shows". DMI website. Retrieved 10 September 2013. 
  4. ^ Al Bayan, Newspaper (14 September 2007). "Ramadan Activities". Al Bayan. Retrieved 12 September 2013. 
  5. ^ UAE, Deserts. "14-9". UAE Deserts. Retrieved 12 September 2013. 
  6. ^ Islamic Affairs. "Selected Fatwa". Iftaa Department. IACAD. Retrieved 12 September 2013. 
  7. ^ Islamic Affairs. "Selected Fatwa". Iftaa Department. IACAD. Retrieved 12 September 2013. 
  8. ^ Islamic Affairs. "Selected Fatwa". Iftaa Department. IACAD. Retrieved 12 September 2013. 
  9. ^ Islamic Affairs. "Selected Fatwa". Iftaa Department. IACAD. Retrieved 12 September 2013. 
  10. ^ Islamic Affairs. "Selected Fatwa". Iftaa Department. IACAD. Retrieved 12 September 2013. 
  11. ^ Objective Tafseer (2010). Al-Tafseer Al-Maodhoie. Sharjah, UAE: Sharjah University. p. V, (not numbered). 
  12. ^ Objective Tafseer (2010). Al-Tafseer Al-Maodhoie. Sharjah, UAE: Sharjah University. pp. v5, (505–577). 
  13. ^ Objective Tafseer (2010). Al-Tafseer Al-Maodhoie. Sharjah, UAE: Sharjah University. pp. v1, (403–573). 
  14. ^ Islamic Affairs. "Selected Fatwa". Iftaa Department. IACAD. Retrieved 12 September 2013. 
  15. ^ Islamic Affairs. "Selected Fatwa". Iftaa Department. IACAD. Retrieved 12 September 2013. 
  16. ^ Islamic Affairs. "Selected Fatwa". Iftaa Department. IACAD. Retrieved 12 September 2013. 
  17. ^ Islamic Affairs. "Selected Fatwa". Iftaa Department. IACAD. Retrieved 12 September 2013. 
  18. ^ "News". Research House for Islamic Studies and Heritage Revival. Retrieved 5 February 2007. 
  19. ^ "Winners". ِAkhbar Ad-Dayra. June 2007. 
  20. ^ "Winners". ِAkhbar Ad-Dayra. April 2009. 
  21. ^ IACAD, Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department. "Prizes of Department". Government of Dubai. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  22. ^ "Winners". ِAkhbar Ad-Dayra. June 2011. 

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