The Prophet's Prayer

A great introduction on how to pray as the Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him. Presented by Dr. Muhammad Salah.

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Duration: 2 Months 13 Lectures High Quality Videos

Lectures

  • Episode 1
  • Episode 2
  • Episode 3
  • Episode 4
  • Episode 5
  • Episode 6
  • Episode 7
  • Episode 8
  • Episode 9
  • Episode 10
  • Episode 11
  • Episode 12
  • Episode 13

The Prophet's Prayer

A great introduction on how to pray as the Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him. Presented by Dr. Muhammad Salah.

Instructor

Dr. Muhammad Salah

Dr. Muhammad Salah is a well-known Islamic scholars in USA.

He led the Islamic Center of Victoria, Texas and founded two Islamic and Arabic schools, Namely Iman Stems and the Muslim Generation.

He is a persistent host of “Ask Huda” and “Correct Your Recitation”, a couple of the most well-known programs to be broadcasted by Huda TV.

He is the”Religious Supervisor” of Huda TV and meanwhile an Instructor at Shari’a Academy - USA.

Dr. Salah had 500 live broadcasting hours in Egyptian Arabic and American television stations. He teaches at London College online.

He had his MBA in Islamic Studies from Cloverdale college, Theological Foundation - Indiana, USA. He obtained his BA in Shari‘ah and Islamic Law from the University of Al-Azhar in Egypt and a BA in pharmacology. He was an assistant professor of pharmacology. He obtained a four-year diploma in Muslim arts and Arabic calligraphy.

Testmonials

Umm Fadillah

"JazakaAllahu khayran for the great job. I pray Allah (swt)continue to guide and protect you all including your family for their sacrifice."

Shaykha

"Thank you for this blessing to be able to be part of Huda Academy Allah bless all of you and enlight your hearts to bring more light to those hearts that are in need hope to hear from you again bless you"

Maryam

"Assalamualaikum, due to these wonderful lectures(The Prophet's Prayer), I have been able to correct my Sallah. May Allah(SWT) reward the Huda crew abundantly. Jazakallahu khairan"