Panduan Fiqh : Bab Solat
Wednesday, After Zohor Prayers | Malay
Venue : Masjid Al-Mukminin Prayer Hall
For more information, please call our office at 6567 7777.
271 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore 609603
Masjid Al-Mukminin (Mosque)
Al Mukminin Mosque was officially launched on 7th June 1987 by Dr Ahmad Mohamed Mattar. It envisions to mould the community of excellence and righteousness by promoting a knowledge loving Muslim community to contribute to religion and nation.
Ustaz Leyaket Ali
Born in 1975 in Singapore, Ustadh Leyaket Ali studied through the primary and secondary school system in Singapore. He then pursued an in-depth study of the Islamic sciences in Tarim, Yemen, widely acknowledged as a premier theological, juridical, and academic center - a city distinguished for producing outstanding Islamic scholars like the great Imam Abdullah al-Haddad and the famous jurist from Singapore, Sheikh Umar Al-Khatib, and many others throughout the world. Ustaz Leyaket Ali studied in the institute called Rubat Tarim, established in 1886, that has produced more than 15,000 teachers and scholars who have travelled all over the world to propagate Islam and establish religious institutions. He spent six years studying the Arabic language and various Islamic sciences like Qur’an Exegesis (Tafsir), Islamic law and jurisprudence (Fiqh & Shari’ah), Islamic History (Tarikh), Biography of Prophet Muhammad (Seerah), Islamic Spirituality (Tasawwuf), and so on. He graduated in July 2003 with an Ijazah equivalent to a Degree in Islamic Studies.
Upon his return, he worked at Al-Mukminin Mosque as its Executive Imam. He was appointed in 2005 as an Assistant Registrar (Naib Qadi) with the Registry of Muslim Marriages (ROMM) and regularly solemnise Muslim marriages. He later pursued a Masters Degree of Social Science in Counselling by the University of South Australia, graduating in December 2008. He then advanced his interest in interfaith dialogue, joining An-Nahdhah Mosque, known for its Harmony Centre. He is also an active member of Religious Rehabilitation Group (RRG). He has produced two books: “Blessings of Time – Daily Practices of a Muslim” a 150-page book of do‘a (invocations), dhikr (remembrance of Allah), solat (prayers) and acts that a seeker can fulfill in seeking the Divine Pleasure, and a translation of a compilation of invocations entitled “Bintang Kejora”, written by a renowned scholar, Alhabib Zayn Bin Sumayt.
Ustaz Leyaket Ali is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Inter-Religious Studies at The Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies in Yogyakarta, a program jointly offered by three universities (Gadjah Mada, Duta Wacana & UIN Sunan Kalijaga), under a MUIS scholarship. He is knowledgeable in the sciences of Islam, and fluent in the languages of English, Malay and Arabic, and is married with three children.