Usama bin Abdullah al Khayyat

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Usaama bin Abdullah al Khayyat, whose full name is Usaamah Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah bin Abdulghani bin Muhammad bin Abdel Ghani bin Ibrahim Khayyaat, was born in Mecca in 1951[citation needed]. He took knowledge from scholars of hadith and received from them an ijaazah (religious teaching certification) in the six books.[citation needed] In 1997 Usaama bin Abdullah al Khayyat was appointed imam and khatib of the Sacred Mosque (Masjid al-Haram) in Mecca.[1][unreliable source?]