Imam Abdul-Karim Pinckney
Salawat Sundays 4-4:30pm EST
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Abdul Karim Pinckney teaches for SSC several times a year on a variety of topics. Click a link below to listen to the recording of a previous teaching.
Mawlid an-Nabi 2021
- The Life of the Prophet Musa, alayhi-s-salam
- Maal Hijra, The Prophet’s Journey from Mecca to Medina, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
About Imam Abdul-Karim Pinckney
Bio: Abdul Karim Pinckney was born and raised in The Bronx, NY, and converted to Islam in 1999. He was a student at Zaytuna Institute in Hayward, CA, for five years where he studied Maliki fiqh. He took bayyah with Sidi in 2009. He was also was an assistant to Imam Musa Abdul Ali in Mt. Vernon, NY, at Masjid Yusuf Shah from 2012-2015. Currently he is the Imam at the Farm of Peace where his duties include giving classes, assisting events, and giving Friday sermons. He has a yearning for helping beloveds come to know their Lord with clarity through revelation and reason, in the hope of reaching direct experience, with the result of an increase in love of God.
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As salaam alaykum, I was wondering about any guidance or resources to learn more about Muslim teachings on end of life health care decisions and advance health care directives. What sort of criteria to use in making decisions about what measures to continue…Thank you so much…
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Asalaam Alaikum, my question is regarding “hexes”. My daughter and I had a recent discussion about a video we saw where a woman’s health issues stemmed from someone taking her picture and casting a “hex” on it thus effecting her
I have had to ask for the community to donate to me, I have fallen behind in my payments to ISH, my medical, and so on. I received a partial tax refund which I will need to make last. I
Asalaam Alaikum, During a recent class it was mentioned that there are minimum things a believer must do….
I am unclear on what these “minimum” things are that we need to do. Could you please list them? Thank you
In the Qur’an Allah sometimes speaks referring to Himself as “We” as in; “We took a covenant from the children of Israel” (Q2:83)…
In the Qur’an Allah sometimes speaks referring to Himself as “We” as in; “We took a covenant from the children of Israel” (Q2:83) and “We gave Musa the Book” (Q2:87). How am I to understand this term “We” in reference