The Ramadan Boost You’ve Needed

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It’s The Same Old Story Every Year…

Another Ramadan arrives,

And before you know it… it’s over.

You may have had all these great ambitions but as soon as Ramadan came you fell short:

“I could have prayed more…I could have read more Quran…made more du’a…”

It’s supposed to be a month where the devils are chained up, where the spiritual energy is on another level, so why do we always feel empty towards the end?

What’s keeping you from the greatest Ramadan of your life?

Break Your Cycle Of Defeat

Ask yourself, “how much time did I invest in preparing for Ramadan”?

Most people don’t even think about it till the night before, and they end up burning out because they didn’t have a plan.

Fail to prepare, prepare to fail.

If you want to break that cycle of defeat, then you need to enter Ramadan with the right plan and the right support to carry you through the month.

The good news is, we have both right here.

Enter Murabbi

For the believer who wants to be more than average, who wants to make this the greatest Ramadan of their lives, Murabbi is designed specifically for you.

Unlike any other Ramadan program, Murabbi starts before the holy month,so you can get a head start in preparing for your greatest Ramadan.

It’s a 40 day experience where you’ll get to envision and live out your perfect Ramadan.

And to help you realize that vision, we have the final piece of the puzzle…

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“Murabbi has helped me make, inshallah, new life long brotherhoods, interact closer with one of my favorite scholars, helped me shape my goals for Ramadan while being accountable for them and pushing me at times when I felt I was slowing down. I highly recommend this program for anyone wanting to make the most of their Ramadan.”

– Ahmed Amin

“I felt chosen to be part of this programme. It was amazing to be on a journey together with other like minded sisters. Our mentors were such amazing sisters who shared lots of their life experiences…Overall, it was a wonderful experience.”

– Rokiah Ali

40 Days Of Mentorship
& Learning

Every day of ramadan will include spiritual mentorship, ramadan prep, fiqh, community building and much more…

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Timing & Schedule

GROUP 4: Sh. Omar

Pre-Ramadan Prep (EST)

Thur, March 31
4:00 – 5:00 PM EST

6 Ramadan Meetings

Mondays & Thursdays
2:30 – 3:30 PM EST

Post Ramadan Connect


Limited Spots

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Shaykh Suleiman Hani

Shaykh Suleiman Hani is the Director of Academic Affairs at AlMaghrib, a research scholar for Yaqeen Institute, and a resident scholar and adjunct lecturer in Michigan. At the age of 14, Shaykh Suleiman completed a 10-month Qur’an memorization program and began his intensive studies under numerous scholars, earning dozens of traditional religious certifications in the process. He later earned a master’s degree from the University of Jordan’s College of Shari’ah, ranking first in his class, and a master’s degree from Harvard University, where he studied religions, philosophy, political science, and psychology. Over the past decade, he has served as an Imam and community leader in Michigan, lectured in dozens of countries, published a number of books and articles, and was featured on the largest Islamic TV stations worldwide.

Shaykh Omar Hedroug

Shaykh Omar Hedroug was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan and raised in Chicago. He attended The Islamic Foundation School in Villa Park and then graduated from Benedictine University on a Pre-Med track. While in high school and college, Shaykh Omar had the opportunity to study the Islamic sciences under various local scholars. While in college, Shaykh Omar was accepted as a scholarship student at the Islamic University of Madinah. He completed an Associates Degree in the Arabic language and a Bachelor’s Degree from the College of Shariah, graduating with the highest honors from the faculty of Islamic Law. While in Madinah, he also attended classes at the Prophet’s mosque studying the various Islamic sciences. He recently moved back to Chicago where he resides with his family. He currently serves as the full time youth director at the Islamic Center of Naperville.

Ustadha Yafa Aweinat

Ustadha Yafa Aweinat completed the memorization of the Quran in 2009 and has since continued her study of tajweed and the various recitations of the Quran. In 2011, she graduated from the Bayyinah Dream program, which focused on learning Quranic Arabic. She also completed her Bachelors Degree in Ethnic and Women’s Studies from Cal Poly Pomona. Ustadha Yafa is currently a student at Mishkah University, and is continuing her studies with local scholars and with scholars abroad. She is currently teaching Quran, and serving as a part-time university chaplain at UCR and UCI through the Institute of Knowledge.

Ustadha Fatima Hasabelnaby

Ustadha Fatima Hasabelnaby received a BA in Psychology and English Literature in 2006 from the University of Toledo. After taking a year off, she joined the Islamic Studies program with Arees University (partial completion). In 2009 she attended and completed the Bayyinah Dream Arabic program. She moved on afterwards to complete her memorization of the Quran and further her studies with individual scholars and teachers. She is currently focused on continuing her study of the Quran and other subjects, while teaching Quran and speaking occasionally on the side.

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Who Is This Program For?

This program is for adults and youth looking to achieve their greatest Ramadan yet with a spiritual mentor and a group of mentees. The program is designed to help each mentee progress with their own journey alongside others, all with access to a qualified mentor.

Do I have my own portal to access everything?

Yes. Every student will have their own login account and portal with resources, links, and relevant information.

What will I have access to with the Murabbi program?

Members will have access to private groups with qualified mentors, live check in sessions, a pre-Ramadan and post-Eid session, a private portal login account with resources, access to high quality Fiqh of Ramadan videos available at any time in their private portal, and a journey of immense growth alongside other participants, inshaaAllah.

Do I need prior Islamic knowledge to join this program?

No. The program is designed to help everyone at their particular level.

Is the entire program virtual?

Yes! It’s designed for efficiency in a virtual world.

What if I can't attend all the live check-ins?

The live check-ins are optional but highly recommended. They are not mandatory and no student will be penalized for missing a live session. Nevertheless, if you want to accomplish your goals more efficiently this Ramadan, the live sessions are helpful for your journey.

Why are we meeting before Ramadan?

The first live check in pre-Ramadan is to meet your mentor and your group, to hear about the breakdown of what’s to come, and to set some goals for your greatest Ramadan yet, inshaaAllah.

Where will we communicate as a group?

All members will be assigned a private group with a mentor and mentees, and communication will take place regularly in these groups (e.g., Signal, Telegram, etc.).

Will the live check-ins be recorded?

For the sake of confidentiality and comfort for all attendees and mentors, the live sessions will not be recorded. However, students who take notes from the live check-ins may share them in the private groups for those who missed live sessions. Check ins are also highly encouraged for those who miss the live check-in sessions, so that your mentor knows about your progress.

Is there a minimum or maximum age for attendees?

The minimum age is 13 and the maximum age is 150. 🙂

Can I force my children to join this program?

No, sorry. This program is not designed to babysit attendees; it’s for attendees – old & young – who are genuinely passionate and excited about making this their greatest Ramadan yet.

Can I sign up for one seat and share it with a family member?

No, unfortunately. Unlike live seminars and other AlMaghrib programs, Murabbi is designed to serve individuals with their particular backgrounds, interactions, and experiences alongside their peers in a confidential virtual space.

Will sisters and brothers all be in the same private group?

No. As many studies have found, women and men (and boys & girls) are more likely to learn and achieve their goals in separate groups. For the sake of mentors and attendees’ comfort as well, and due to the sensitivity of some gender-specific matters to be discussed, the groups will be sisters-only and brothers-only, inshaaAllah.

Will I have continued access to my group of mentees after Ramadan?

Yes, definitely. One objective is to create new bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood and for friendships that are lasting, inshaaAllah. You’re encouraged to make these connections during the program.

What is the refund policy?

No refund will be available once your application to this program has been approved.