Islamic Studies Department

The Graduate Theological Foundation has established a variety of relationships with such institutions as the North American Imams Federation (NAIF) in Washington, D.C., and the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) in Indianapolis, for the purpose of cooperating in providing educational opportunities relevant to the GTF degree requirements. Imam Omar Shahin, Ph.D., President of the Executive Committee of the North American Imams Federation, has been appointed both Director of Islamic Studies and Professor of Islamic Law at the GTF. In collaboration with ISNA and our Islamic faculty, the GTF has put in place three degree programs in Islamic Studies: the Doctor of Philosophy, the Master of Theology, and the Bachelor of Theology. 


Faculty

Omar Ahmed Shahin, Ph.D.
Dean of Islamic Studies
 
Dr. Shahin is a Fellow of the Graduate Theological Foundation, Director of Islamic Studies, and Ibn Taymiyya Professor of Islamic Law. He is also Secretary of the Board of Trustees of the North American Imams Federation. He holds the High Diploma from Jordan University and degrees in Islamic Studies from Islamic University in Almedina Almonwara, Saudi Arabia, and Sudan. He is licensed to practice jurisprudence law as an Islamic Attorney in the courts of Amman, Jordan. Imam Shahin holds both the Master of Theology and the Doctor of Philosophy from the GTF.  Dr. Shahin also holds the Doctor of Laws degree honoris causa from the GTF. For Dr. Shahin’s full bio, please click here
 
 

http://www.gtfeducation.org/images/dynamic/image/faculty/Faculty-photo-Alshaikh1.jpg?1370277423884Naser Alshaikh, Ph.D.
Chair of the Exegesis Department
 
Dr. Alshaikh is Professor of Islamic Studies. He is a native of Palestine and a graduate of Al-Yarmouk University in Jordan where he studied the foundations of the Islamic religion in the faculty of Shariah and Islamic Studies. Dr. Alshaikh holds both the Master of Theology and Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies from the Graduate Theological Foundation. He serves as Imam and Director of the Muslim American Society (MAS) of Philadelphia Center in Pennsylvania, as well as the president of MAS Philadelphia Chapter. Dr. Alshaikh is a member of the Tri State Imams Council and the North American Imams Federation. He is the author of several books, including Jihad in Islam Versus Terrorism; The Jurisprudence of the Priorities, and Lessons from the Quranic Stories. To read Dr. Alshaikh’s full bio, please click here
 
 

Safwat Ali Morsy Mahgoob, Ph.D
Chair of the Jurisprudence and its Foundations Department
 
Sheikh Dr. Morsy is Professor of Islamic Studies. Dr. Mahgoob took his Bachelor of Arts degree in Arabic Islamic Studies at Al Azhar University in Egypt. Dr. Magoob earned the Master of Theology in Islamic Studies degree from the Graduate Theological Foundation with a thesis entitled, Muslims Coexisting with Others; An Historic Important Reality.   Dr. Mahgoob’s Ph.D. in Islamic Studies was earned through the Graduate Theological Foundation with his culminating work being his thesis entitled, The Islamic Discourse and the Changing Reality. Dr. Mahgoob was awarded the Imam Malik Fellowship in Islamic Studies based on the merit of his doctoral thesis. Dr. Mahgoob resides in the Bay Area in California. 
 
 
 

http://www.gtfeducation.org/images/dynamic/image/Shaykh-Mohamed-Moussa1.jpg?1359733660082Mohamed Moussa Ph.D
Chair of the Hadeeth Department
 
Shaykh Dr. Mohamed Moussa is Professor of Islamic Studies. A graduate of Al-Azhar University (Egypt), he studied principles of religion (Islam) in the faculty of Usul al-din. Dr. Moussa earned the Master of Theology and Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies from the Graduate Theological Foundation. In 2010, the GTF awarded him the Ibn Taymiyya Prize in Islamic Studies for his outstanding scholarship as a master’s student. He serves as Imam of the North Hudson Islamic Educational Center in New Jersey and also serves as an Islamic Relief Sharia (Islamic Law) counselor. Dr. Moussa is Secretary General of The World Association for Al-Azhar Graduates in the U.S., as well as Secretary General of the Tri State Imams Council. He is the author of several books in Arabic (and is currently translating them into English), including Social Relations in the Light of the Al-Nisaa Chapter; Unify the Procedures of Marriage and Divorce in U.S. Mosques; a series on Al-Moyaser (Fi El Fiqh, Fi Usool Alfiqh, and Fi Alhadeeth); Philosophy of the Inheritance in Islam; Alnaskh in the Quran, and Characteristics of Faith in Islam. To read Dr. Moussa’s full bio, please click here.
 
 
 

Abed Ayoub, Ph.D.
Chair of the Philanthropy Department
 
Dr. Abed Ayoub is Professor of Islamic Studies.  He is the current CEO and President of United Muslim Relief. Dr. Ayoub holds a B.S. in Engineering, an Executive M.B.A. from the University of Phoenix, and a Ph.D. in Islamic Studies with a focus on international relief and development from the Graduate Theological Foundation. Dr. Ayoub is a founding partner of the Center for Interfaith Action on Global Poverty, a coalition of faith-based organizations working collectively to reduce global poverty and disease. Along with other leaders in the international development field, Dr. Ayoub provides advice, analysis, and recommendations to USAID on the most pressing development issues in the world today. He also served two terms with the U.S. State Department’s Religion and Foreign Policy Working Group, where he advised on humanitarian issues. 
 

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Mohammad Qatanani, Ph.D.
 
Dr. Mohammad Qatanani is Professor of Islamic Studies. He has been the Imam of the Islamic Center of Passaic County in New Jersey since 1996, one of the largest Islamic centers on the east coast. Dr. Qatanani received a bachelor’s degree in Islamic Legislation and Jurisprudence in 1985 from the University of Jordan as well a master’s degree in Islamic Jurisprudence in 1989 with a thesis entitled, “The effect of differences throughout time on the change of rulings.” He also received a Ph.D. in Islamic Jurisprudence the University of Jordan in 1996 with a thesis entitled, “Justice and its implementation in Islamic Jurisprudence.”  Dr. Qatanani is a Member of the Fiqh Council of North America, one of the founders of the Imams Council of Tri-State Area. (New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut), the President of the Islamic Education Foundation of New Jersey (2004-2005), and Professor of the Islamic American University. He is also one of the founders of WAFAA house (Women Against Family Abuse).  Dr. Qatanani is a Professor of Arabic and Islamic Studies at Montclair State University (New Jersey) and has been recognized to be among the top teachers in America by “Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers.” Dr. Qatanani has received many awards and recognitions, including the “Ambassador for Peace” award by The Inter-religious and International Federation for World Peace and a Special commendation from the City of Paterson and County of  Passaic, New Jersey. He is a member of several interfaith outreach and dialogue organizations and founder of “Muslim-Christian Dialogue of New Jersey.”
 
 

http://www.gtfeducation.org/images/dynamic/image/faculty/Dr.-Farok-Hamod-Al-Samarai1.jpg?1366052634148Farok Hamod (Al-Samarai), Ph.D.
 
Dr. Farok Hamod (Al-Samarai) is Professor of Islamic Studies. A native of Iraq, he is co-founder and President of the Islamic University of Minnesota and the Islamic Jurisprudence Council of Minnesota. He holds the Doctor of Philosophy in Daawa and Education from the Islamic University of Madinah, Saudi Arabia. Dr. Hamod spent nine years at Al-Yarmook University in Jordan as Chairman of the Department of Religion Fundamentals and President of the Department of Higher Islamic Education. In his role in higher education, Dr. Hamod has supervised more than 60 Ph.D. and M.S. dissertations. He is the author of five books and more than 10 research papers related to Islamic education and thinking.  To read Dr. Hamod’s full bio, please click here.  
 
 
 

Haitham Alzamareeh, Ph.D.
 
Dr. Haitham Alzamareeh is Professor of Islamic Studies at the Graduate Theological Foundation (GTF) – Philadelphia branch.  Dr. Alzamareeh was born in Palestine in 1980 and studied at the Islamic University, Al-Madinah Al-Monawarah, Saudi Arabia with the Faculty of Sharia (Islamic Law).  While at the Islamic University, Al-Madinah Al-Monawarah, Dr. Alzamareeh earned the Bachelor's degree in 2003 with a  grade of Distinction, first class honors, the Master's degree in 2008, Principles of Jurisprudence (Islamic Law) with a grade of Distinction, first class honors and in 2014 he earned the Doctor of Philosophy in Principles of Jurisprudence (Islamic Law) with a grade of Distinction, first class honors.  To read Dr. Alzamareeh’s full bio, please click here.  
 
 

Hana Taleb Jaber, Ph.D. 

Dr. Hana Taleb Jaber is Professor of Islamic Studies. She is a native of Palestine and has her Bachelor degree from Al-Quds University in Palestine. Dr. Jaber holds both the Master of Theology and Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies from the Graduate Theological Foundation. She is facility member and teaches courses at the GTF branch in Philadelphia, She serves as the principle of the Leaders Academy in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is the author of several books, including, The Modesty: Tthe missing duty for the desired future, and Raising Muslim Youth in the West:  Islamic Approach.

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http://www.gtfeducation.org/images/dynamic/image/Al-Rifai1.jpg?1347895005807Jamila Al Rifai Ph.D.
 
Dr. Jamila Al Rifai is Professor of Islamic Studies. She holds a bachelor's, master's and Doctor of Philosophy degree in jurisprudence from the University of Jordan. She is an associate professor on the Faculty of Sharia at the University of Jordan where she teaches Sharia and its foundations. Dr. Al Rifai holds an English Language Diploma and has an educational background that includes recitation, Tajweed, teaching methodologies and university evaluation methods for faculty, and management of universities and institutions of higher education. She has participated in, and presented her research at, various conferences in Jordan and the Middle East, including the Third Gulf Charity Conference (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) in 2008, the International Scientific Conference where she sat on the preparatory committee and presented work dealing with the Sharia texts (Quran and Hadith), and the first educational conference on violence in 2011.  
 
At the University of Jordan, Dr. Al Rifai also works with female students, participates in trips, and works with local communities and organizations. She serves as a member of the University of Jordan's Community Liaison Committee, formerly chaired the women's social committee, and is a member of the Jordan Scholars Association as well as a member of the Sharia College Council and the appointment committee at the University of Jordan. Formerly, Dr. Al Rifai served as a teacher with the Ministry of Education, as a member of the committee on Islamic Educational Curricula with the Ministry of Education, and as a Researcher at Al AlBeit University in Mafraq, Jordan. She has contributed to various publications, including books on Sharia policy, Islamic legislation, women's rights in Islam (a book which was presented to Her Highness Princess Basma Bint Talal who responded with a letter of appreciation for the book's valuable ideas), Islamic education, and jurisprudence foundations. Her work has also been published in the Jordan Magazine for Islamic Studies, Sharia and Law Magazine, the Guidance
of Islam magazine, and the Al Dustour Newspaper.  To read Dr. Al-Rifai’s full bio, please click here.
 
 

Shaykh Mohamed Elbar, Ph.D.
 
Shaykh Mohamed Elbar is Professor of Islamic Studies. A graduate of Al-Azhar University (Egypt), he studied principles of religion (Islam) in the faculty of Usul al-din. Dr. Elbar earned the Master of Theology with excellence in 1997 and Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies with excellence and outstanding in 2004. He serves as imam at the Islamic Society of Bay Ridge (New York) having formerly served at the Muslim American Society of Queens (New York) from 2004-2006. Dr. Elbar delivers lectures and teaches classes at the Islamic Society of Bay Ridge and across the U.S. He has been an imam since 1990, having served in Egypt. Dr. Elbar also served in 1994 as a teacher of Islamic Studies in Saudi Arabia.  To read Dr. Elbar's full bio, please click here
 
 
 
 

http://www.gtfeducation.org/images/dynamic/image/Meneese.jpg?1333041008172Waleed Edreese al-Meneese, Ph.D.
 
Dr. Waleed Edreese al-Meneese is Professor of Islamic Studies. He is Vice President of the Islamic University of Minnesota and a member of the Educational Committee at the American Open University. Since 2000 Dr. Meneese has been Imam and President of the Board of Trustees of Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.   For the past nine years Dr. Meneese has been a member of the Permanent Fatwa Committee, of the Assembly of Muslim Jurists in America as well as a member of the Board of Trustees of the North American Imams Federation (NAIF).  He holds the Bachelor’s degree in Arabic Language from Alexandria University and the Master's degree in Islamic jurisprudence from the American Open University, Washington, D.C. Dr Menesse holds the Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Jurisprudence from the Graduate Theological Foundation. To read Dr. Edreese al-Meneese’s full bio, please click here.
 
 


Ahmad Khaled Yousef Shukri, Ph.D.
 
Dr. Ahmad Khaled Yousef Shukri is Professor of Islamic Studies. He is a faculty member in the Department of Theology, Faculty of Sharia, at the University of Jordan. He has taught at the University of Jordan, Yarmouk University (Jordan), the United Arab Emirates University, and various other universities. At the University of Jordan, Professor Shukri has also served as Director of the Islamic Cultural Center, Head of the Department of Theology, and Assistant Dean for the Faculty of Sharia. He has also served on various committees and councils, including as Vice President of the Conservation of The Holy Quran Society (Jordan), as President of the jury for the 15th international competition for memorizing the Quran (Russia, 2014), and as member of the International Union of Muslim Scholars and the Association of Scholars in Jordan.  Professor Shukri has authored dozens of books and papers and serves as a representative at competitions, supervisor of graduate projects, and reviewer for scientific journals, among many other activities. 

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Waleed Basyouni, Ph.D.
 
Dr. Waleed Basyouni is Professor of Islamic Studies. He is a graduate of Al-Imam Muhammad University in Saudi Arabia where he earned the Bachelor of Arts in Islamic Sciences and the Master of Arts in Islamic Theology, World Religions and Modern Religious Sects. He also holds the Ph.D. in Islamic Studies from the Graduate Theological Foundation from which he was also awarded the Imam Malik Fellowship in 2008 for his doctoral work, “Ibn Taymiyya’s Theory of ‘Shared Meaning’” and “Overlapping Relations in the Divine Names and Attributes.”  Dr. Basyouni is trained in traditional Islam and has mastered the classical Arabic language. His extensive writing and teaching have focused on Islamic theology, jurisprudence, and Hadith. Since 2008, he has served as Vice President and Instructor at the AlMaghrib Institute in Houston, Texas, where his duties include serving as head of the Theology and Ethics Department. Since 1997, Dr. Basyouni has also served as Imam and President of the Clear Lake Islamic Center in Houston. He is a member of the North American Imams Federation.  To read Dr. Basyouni's full bio, please click here
 

Watheq Alobaidi, Ph.D.
 
Dr. Watheq Alobaidi is Professor of Islamic Studies. He is a graduate of the Islamic Institute (Iraq) and a graduate of the Islamic Sciences College at the University of Baghdad. He holds a master's degree in Islamic Jurisprudence from the University of Baghdad and a Ph.D. from American Open University. For 35 years, Dr. Alobaidi has led mosques in Friday sermons and religious talks and has served as an Imam in the largest mosque in Iraq, the Abu Hanifa Mosque (1997-2003). He was a teacher, later Deputy and finally, Head of the Abd al-Qadir al-Kilani School, the largest Islamic school in Iraq, from 1997 until 2007. From 2010-2012, he was Imam at the Islamic Center of Tucson in Arizona. Currently, he is an instructor at American Open University in the Department of Arabic Language (since 2010) and Imam at the Muslim Community Center of Tucson.
 

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How to Apply

 
Graduate Applications: Ph.D. and M.Th.
  1. Only those who have been in ministry for at least five years may apply. (See Ministry Defined) Applicants must hold a bachelor's degree or equivalent for master’s programs and a seminary/graduate degree from an academic or professional institution for all doctoral programs.
  2. Academic transcripts or educational records (undergraduate for master’s applicants and seminary/graduate for doctoral applicants) are to be sent directly from the issuing institution to the GTF administrative offices.
  3. Applications are accepted and processed throughout the year. Evaluation of applications takes approximately two weeks.*
  4. A ministry statement is required of all applicants. This statement should express the applicant's own personal commitment to the program chosen and why the applicant feels it would serve his/her professional needs. Ministry experience should be listed as part of this statement. This is the central core of any application. For a definition of ministry, please Click Here.
  5. Two letters of recommendation are required for all degree programs. These letters may be from a professional colleague, former professor, lay member of the parish, or ministry professional.
  6. A non-refundable application fee of $40.00 must accompany the application or may be paid by visiting our secure payment website.
* NOTE: A completed application file includes the application, ministry statement, two letters of recommendation, highest degree transcript and application fee. Applications are accepted throughout the year.
 
To download an application form, please choose one of the file formats here (pdf) (MS Word)
 
Undergraduate Applications: B.Th.
  1. Download, print and complete an application form. Only those who have been in ministry for at least five years may apply. (See Ministry Defined.)
  2. Complete the Undergraduate Portfolio Requirement.  Students must develop and submit an Undergraduate Portfolio with the application form to provide evidence of five or more years of post-high school, professional-level paid or volunteer work experience in a social service ministry or faith community. 
  3. Academic transcripts, educational records, or copy of high school diploma are to be submitted to the Office of the Registrar upon formal application.  Applicants must hold a high school diploma, GED or equivalent for all undergraduate programs.
  4. A ministry statement is required of all applicants.  This statement should express the applicant's own personal commitment to the program chosen and why the applicant feels it would serve his/her professional or personal needs.  Ministry experience should be described in detail as part of this statement. 
  5. Two letters of recommendation are required for all degree programs. These letters may be from a professional colleague, former teacher, member of the parish, or ministry professional. One or both of the required letters of recommendation must verify five or more years of ministry experience.
  6. A non-refundable application fee of $40.00 must accompany the application.
To download an application form, please choose one of the file formats here (pdf) (MS Word)
 

Tuition Information
 
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) 
 
Total Program Cost: $18,650

A limited number of scholarships are available and any student who would like to be considered for a scholarship should contact Dr. Omar Shahin, Director of Islamic Studies and chair of the scholarship committee, directly. The scholarship committee meets twice annually. 
 
Degree candidates are bound by the regulations of the Student Handbook of the year in which they are accepted into their program of study. Tuition fees will not change during a student’s course of study, providing the student submits payments and papers on schedule and completes the degree program within the prescribed time. If the student does not conform to scheduled payment and/or paper submission deadlines, the student’s file will be deactivated. Upon reactivation, the student will be responsible for the tuition and degree requirements which are current at the time of reactivation. 
 
Tuition payment schedule
1/3 of total fees paid within 30 days of acceptance
1/3 of total fees paid within one year of the date of acceptance
1/3 of total fees paid by March 1 of the year of graduation
 
Payment Plan Option
Students who are unable to make tuition payments in three installments may request to be placed on a payment plan.  The payment plan option allows the student to make small monthly or quarterly tuition payments for the duration of the degree program.  There is no interest charged on payment plans.  If a student requests a mailed invoice as a reminder to make payment, there is a ten dollar fee per invoice.
 
To make tuition and fee payments online click here

Master of Theology (M.Th.)        
 
Total Program Cost: $16,375

A limited number of scholarships are available and any student who would like to be considered for a scholarship should contact Dr. Omar Shahin, Director of Islamic Studies and chair of the scholarship committee, directly. The scholarship committee meets twice annually. 
 
Degree candidates are bound by the regulations of the Student Handbook of the year in which they are accepted into their program of study. Tuition fees will not change during a student’s course of study, providing the student submits payments and papers on schedule and completes the degree program within the prescribed time. If the student does not conform to scheduled payment and/or paper submission deadlines, the student’s file will be deactivated. Upon reactivation, the student will be responsible for the tuition and degree requirements which are current at the time of reactivation. 
 
Tuition payment schedule
1/3 of total fees paid within 30 days of acceptance
1/3 of total fees paid within one year of the date of acceptance
1/3 of total fees paid by March 1 of the year of graduation
 
Payment Plan Option
Students who are unable to make tuition payments in three installments may request to be placed on a payment plan.  The payment plan option allows the student to make small monthly or quarterly tuition payments for the duration of the degree program.  There is no interest charged on payment plans.  If a student requests a mailed invoice as a reminder to make payment, there is a ten dollar fee per invoice.
 
To make tuition and fee payments online click here

Bachelor of Theology (B.Th.)            
 
Total Program Cost: $9,500

A limited number of scholarships are available and any student who would like to be considered for a scholarship should contact Dr. Omar Shahin, Director of Islamic Studies and chair of the scholarship committee, directly. The scholarship committee meets twice annually. 
 
Degree candidates are bound by the regulations of the Student Handbook of the year in which they are accepted into their program of study. Tuition fees will not change during a student’s course of study, providing the student submits payments and papers on schedule and completes the degree program within the prescribed time. If the student does not conform to scheduled payment and/or paper submission deadlines, the student’s file will be deactivated. Upon reactivation, the student will be responsible for the tuition and degree requirements which are current at the time of reactivation. 
 
Tuition payment schedule
1/3 of total fees paid within 30 days of acceptance
1/3 of total fees paid within one year of the date of acceptance
1/3 of total fees paid by March 1 of the year of graduation
 
Payment Plan Option
Students who are unable to make tuition payments in three installments may request to be placed on a payment plan.  The payment plan option allows the student to make small monthly or quarterly tuition payments for the duration of the degree program.  There is no interest charged on payment plans.  If a student requests a mailed invoice as a reminder to make payment, there is a ten dollar fee per invoice.
 
To make tuition and fee payments online click here

Online Tuition Payment
For students who would like to make tuition payments online by credit card, the GTF provides a secure online payment option. 
 

Transcript Request
Students and alumni requesting transcripts must contact both the Office of the Registrar and the Office of the Bursar to request a transcript.  
  • Transcript requests must be submitted in writing to the Office of the Registrar by email, mail or by using our online form.  The communication must include the student name, year of graduation, degree program, and transcript recipient address.
  • There is a ten dollar fee per official transcript copy that must be paid to the Office of the Bursar.  This fee can be paid by check, money order, by credit card over the phone, or by using the secure online form on the Graduate Theological Foundation’s website here
  • Transcripts cannot be issued to another institution or individual without prior written request from the student and payment at the time of request.
To request a transcript using our online transcript request form click here.
 

Alumni of the GTF Islamic Studies Department
 
Name Degree Program Graduation Date
Imam Bayram Mulic  Doctor of Education in Islamic Studies 5/5/2006
Mr. Mersad Imamovic  Bachelor of Religious Education in Islamic Studies  5/4/2007
Dr. Bassam Ibrahim Obeid  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/4/2007
Dr. Omar Shahin  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/4/2007
Dr. Waleed Edrees Meneese  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/4/2007
Dr. Waleed K. Basyouni  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/2/2008
Dr. Wagdy Ghoneim  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/2/2008
Dr. Aziz Abdin  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/2/2008
Dr. Marzia Hashem Dawlatzai  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/2/2008
Imam Mohammed Abdullah Aldurah  Bachelor of Religious Education in Islamic Studies 5/8/2009
Mrs. Maisoon F. Skour  Bachelor of Religious Education in Islamic Studies 5/8/2009
Imam Jasmin Huskic  Bachelor of Religious Education in Islamic Studies  5/8/2009
Imam Sabahudin Ceman  Bachelor of Religious Education in Islamic Studies  5/8/2009
Imam Haitham Barazanji  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/8/2009
Imam Mohamed-Taha Hassane  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/8/2009
Imam Abdulhakim Ali Mohamed Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2009
Dr. Bassam Ibrahim Obeid  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2009
Imam Saad Hassanin Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2009
Imam Ahmad A. Abadalla' Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2009
Dr. Imam Mohammad El-Hillal  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2009
Dr. Marzia Hashem Dawlatzai  Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/8/2009
Imam Ahmed Shehata  Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/8/2009
Imam Muhamed Brka  Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/8/2009
Imam Ismail Fetic  Bachelor of Religious Education in Islamic Studies 5/7/2010
Mr. Oday Omar Shahin  Bachelor of Religious Education in Islamic Studies 5/7/2010
Imam Mohamed Moussa  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/7/2010
Dr. Ibrahim Abdul-Malik  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/7/2010
Dr. Ismail Mohamed Elshikh  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/7/2010
Dr. Muaz Redzic  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/7/2010
Imam Ahmed M. Algabri  Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/7/2010
Imam Abdullah Polovina  Bachelor of Religious Education in Islamic Studies 5/6/2011
Imam Sabahudin Ceman  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/6/2011
Imam Zia Ul-Haque Sheikh Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/6/2011
Imam Omar Elmagbari Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/6/2011
Dr. Taher Kamal Elbadawi  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/6/2011
Imam Yousef Said Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/6/2011
Dr. M. Bashir Al Mofachi  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/6/2011
Dr. Ghada Daher  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/6/2011
Mr. Ragab Zaky Ahmed Osman  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/6/2011
Imam Naser Abdul Latif Alshaikh  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/6/2011
Mr. Mohamed Salah Omar Hasan Mohamed  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/6/2011
Mrs. Laila Abdin  Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/6/2011
Mrs. Hana Al Kassas  Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/6/2011
Mr. Ahmad al Kallas  Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/6/2011
Mr. Amad Tofik Alestoani  Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/6/2011
Imam Ismail Fetic  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Ms. Shaima Shahin  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Imam Hafiz Haqqani Mian Qadri Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Imam Abed Ayoub Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Imam Mohamed Moussa Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Dr. Nabeel Yahya  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Mrs. Fatima Mardini  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Mr. Toufik Omar Baltaji  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Mr. Abdul Rahim Mardeni  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Imam Naser Abdul Latif Alshaikh Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Dr. Ragab Zaky Ahmed Osman  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Mr. Abdul Rahim Mardeni  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Ms. Andera Adnan Karajouli  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Mr. Abdul Kader Ahmed Kanbari  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Ms. Rania Al-Ayoubi  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Ms. Bayan Raslan  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Mr. Mohamed Azhar Kilani  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Mr. Osama Sadik Kilany  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Ms. Shirin Nakkashieh  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Mr. El Shazli Abdel Monem El Shazli Shaaban  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Mrs. Hana Taleb Jaber  Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Mrs. Aida Mhd Mazhar Ismail  Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/4/2012
Imam Zurkani Vardar Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Imam Abdirahman Sheikh Omar Ahmad Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Imam Magdy Kamel Ali Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Dr. Oday Omar Shahin  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Mr. Enis Omeralovic  Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Dr. Saad Eldegwy  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Dr. Rania Al-Ayoubi  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Dr. Shirin Nakkashieh  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Dr. Andera Adnan Karajouli  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Dr. Bayan Raslan  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Sheikh Ebrahim Kamel Mohamed Gehan Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Dr. Irhabi Mohamed Younes Irhabi  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Dr. Maaly Alddin Alayobi  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Ms. Hana Taleb Jaber  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Imam Safwat Morsy  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Imam Ahmed Fawzy Moharram  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Mrs. Aida Mhd Mazhar Ismail  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/3/2013
Mr Mersad Imamovic  Master of Religious Education in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Mrs. Aisha Deeb  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Dr. Mahmoud Alsafty  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Dr. Yaser M. Ahmed  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Dr. Mohammad Siddiqi  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Imam Mohamed Ibraheem Hassan Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Dr. Mohamed Salah Omar Hasan Mohamed  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Dr. Mohammad Younus Alraee  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Imam Tahir M. Kukiqi Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Sheikh Safwat Morsy Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Dr. Sami Bechir Ameri  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Dr. Hana Taleb Jaber  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Imam Muhammad E. Musri  Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Ms. Khawla A. Alsadi  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Mr. Amad Tofik Alestoani  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Imam Mohamed Elagami  Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Mr. Elsaid Saber Abdou Ibrahim Ramadan  Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Mr. Hyder Aziz  Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/2/2014
Shaikh Shamsularifeen Siddiqi Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/4/2014
Dr. Imad Bayoun Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Dr. Yousef Al-Shehabi Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Imam Ahmed Moallim Abdulkadir Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Imam Fateen Seifullah Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Imam Mohammed A. Hassan Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Ms. Jinaan Yousef Al-Shehabi Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Imam Khadar Omar Jama Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Imam Shady Mohammed Alshorman Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Dr. Mohammad Shibli Siddiqi Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Mr. Abdelhamid Shehata A. Algizawi Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Mr. Abdigani Farah Mursal Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Mr. Elsaid Saber Abdou Ibrahim Ramadan Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Dr. Abdulaziz Ali Alansari Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Mr. Mohamed Moustafa Mahamed Anwar Abdelsatar Master of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Dr. Said Atif Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Imam Mohamed Ali Nur Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Imam Mohamed Sheikh Abdirahman Kariye Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Mr. Moustafa Soliman Mohamed Kamel Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Imam Abdelhadi Elmoutaouakil Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Mr. Naif Salah Ali Al-Mansori Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Imam Moustafa Ismail Sayed Ahmed Soliman Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies 5/8/2015
Imam Dr. Eltayeb Salih Abuelyaman   Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies  5/6/2016
Dr. Abdelsalam Elsayed Elbasuni Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies    5/6/2016
Imam Saad Abdelhamid Gewida   Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies    5/6/2016
Mrs. Maiada Hajahbo   Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies    5/6/2016
Imam Amin Abdullah al Ali   Master of Theology in Islamic Studies    5/6/2016
Mrs. Alia Mahmoud Hirzalla   Master of Theology in Islamic Studies    5/6/2016
Mr. Aly Soliman Mohamed Kamel   Master of Theology in Islamic Studies    5/6/2016
Ms. Nesrin Ahmed Montaser Ragab Master of Theology in Islamic Studies    5/6/2016
Mr. Ishack Samoura Master of Theology in Islamic Studies    5/6/2016
Imam Moustafa Ismail Sayed Ahmed Soliman Master of Theology in Islamic Studies    5/6/2016
Imam Yosof Wanly   Master of Theology in Islamic Studies    5/6/2016
Mr. Sharif Mohammed Jaber Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies    5/6/2016
Imam Karorero Khalid Mahehero Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies  5/6/2016
Mr. Ghassan Khalil Muhammad Musallam Bachelor of Theology in Islamic Studies  5/6/2016
 

Master’s and Doctoral Theses in Islamic Studies
 
Student Name
Dissertation Titile
Year of Defense
Degree
Abadalla, Ahmad Abadalghafar
The Relationship Between Religion and Politics
2008
Ph.D.
Abdin, Aziz
Renewal and Reform in Understanding Religious Texts: A Necessity for Solving the Current Crisis (Qran and Sonah)
2008
Ph.D.
Abdulkadir, Ahmed Moallim
The History of Somalian Movements
2015
Ph.D.
Abdul-Malik, Ibrahim
Prayer in Islam: A Guide for Beginning Muslims, an Introduction for Non-Muslims
2006
Ph.D.
Abuelyaman, Eltayeb Salih                
Peaks of Fiqh, the Noblest of All Sciences                                              
2016  
Ph.D.
Agic, Senad
Immigration, Assimilation and Community Building: The Bosnian Experience in North America
2006
Ph.D.
Ahmad, Abdirahman Sheikh Omar
Christianization Conferences of the Muslim World
2013
Ph.D.
Ahmed, Yaser M.
Creedal Matters Related to Jesus (Peace Be Upon Him) as In Quran and Sunnah
2014
Ph.D.
Alayobi, Maaly Alddin
The Concepts and Purposes of Sharia Law
2012
Ph.D.
Al-Ayoubi, Rania
Humanitarian in Islam
2013
Ph.D.
Ali, Magdy Kamel
Models of Contemporary Islamic Financial Transactions and Controls Legitimacy
2013
Ph.D.
Al Mofachi, M. Bashir
Inheritance in Islam according to the four Feqeh schools
2011
Ph.D.
Alraee, Mohammad Younus
The Pilgrimage and its Effect on Establishing the Muslim's Manners
2013
Ph.D.
Alsafty, Mahmoud
Codification of the Crimes and Punishment in Islam
2014
Ph.D.
Al-Shehabi, Yousef
The Path to World Peace
2015
Ph.D.
Alshorman, Shady Mohammed
Quaranic Guidance in Dealing with the People of the Book
2013
Ph.D.
Altabaa, Mohamad Samer
The Methods of Quran in Guiding People
2015
Ph.D.
Atif, Said
The Decisive Say in What is Forbidden in the Peoples of the Book Food and What is Lawful
2015
Ph.D.
Ayoub, Abed
The Islamic Perspective on Relief and International Development
2012
Ph.D.
Baltaji, Toufik Omar
The Rules and Instruction for Perfect Arabic Grammar
2011
Ph.D.
Bayoun, Imad
Belief and the Human Mind
2015
Ph.D.
Basyouni, Waleed
Ibn Taymiyya's Theory of "Shared Meaning" and "Overlapping Relation" in the Diving Names and Attributes
2007
Ph.D.
Daher, Ghada
Hajj and Omra Affairs from the Quran and Sunna
2011
Ph.D.
Dawlatzai, Marzia Hashem
Women in Islam: Evident Facts and Baseless Doubts
2008
Ph.D.
Elbadawi, Taher Kamal
Preparing Islamic Advocate for Western Societies
2011
Ph.D.
Elbasuni, Abdelsalam Elsayed            
In the Shade of the Throne of the Most Merciful                                        
2016
Ph.D.
Eldegwy, Saad
Imam Muslim Methodology
2013
Ph.D.
Elmagbari, Omar Mussa
Rearing Muslim Youth in the United States of America
2011
Ph.D.
Elshikh, Ismail Mohamed
Foundations of the Muslim Family
2008
Ph.D.
Ervondy, Doddy
The Islamic Engineering Science: Past, Present, and Prospect
2005
Ph.D.
Gehan, Ebrahim Kamel Mohamed
Nodal and Moral Side in Dialog Jaafar (may Allah be pleased with him) with Al-Negashi (Negus)
2013
Ph.D.
Gewida, Saad Abdelhamid                 
Muslim Schools and Raising Youth: Between Hope and Reality                 
2016
Ph.D.
Ghoneim, Wagdy
The Divine Shari'a and Humanized Democracy
2008
Ph.D.
Hajahbo, Maiada                               
Security Linguistics and Islamic Identity                                                  
2016
Ph.D.
Hasan, Mohamed Salah Omar Mohamed
The Islamic Ruling on the Protests of the Arab Spring
2011
Ph.D.
Hassan, Mohamed Ibraheem
Priorities of Dawa discourse in current stage
2013
Ph.D.
Hassan, Mohammed A.
Quran Interpretations: Thoughts and History
2011
Ph.D.
Hassanin, Saad Eldin M.K.R.
The Effects of the Prophet’s Surrah on Reforming Individual and Family in Islam
2009
Ph.D.
Irhabi, Irhabi Mohamed Younes
Care for the Elderly as a Civilization Value in the Prophetic Sunna
2013
Ph.D.
Jaber, Hana Taleb
Raising Muslim Youth in the West: An Islamic Approach
2014
Ph.D.
Jama, Khadar Omar
The Abortion: Its Causes and Rulings within the Scope of Islamic Law
2014
Ph.D.
Kamel, Moustafa Soliman Mohamed
The Jurisprudence of Separation and Divorce
2015
Ph.D.
Karajouli, Andera Adnan
Renovation in Islamic Thought
2013
Ph.D.
Kariye, Mohamed Sheikh Abdirahman
The Western Interpretation of Islam: Comparing to the Four Schools of Fiqh
2015
Ph.D.
Khatib, Naser Abdel-Latif
Jihad in Islam versus Terrorism
2011
Ph.D.
Kukiqi, Tahir M.
The Influence of the Islamic Faith in Preserving the Islamic Identity of the Albanian People
2014
Ph.D.
Mardeni, Abdul Rahim
Scientific Miracles in the Qur’an and Sunnah
2012
Ph.D.
Meneese, Waleed Edress
Methodology of Sighting the Crescent Moon in Islamic Jurisprudence
2007
Ph.D.
Mohamed, Abdulhakim Ali Muslih
Television’s Impact on Dawa’a
2009
Ph.D.
Morsy Mahgoob, Safwat Ali
The Islamic Discourse and the Changing Reality
2014
Ph.D.
Moussa, Mohamed
Social Relationships in the Light of Nissa Chapter
2012
Ph.D.
Musri, Muhammad E.
Islamic Banking in the U.S.A.
2013
Ph.D.
Nakkashieh, Shirin
The Focus on Righteous People: Omar Ibn Alkhatab before Islam and after
2013
Ph.D.
Negm, Ibrahim
The Implications of Developing Interfaith Understanding via the Exploration of Christianity and the Study of Abraham in the Qur'an and the Bible as Experienced in one Muslim Congregation
2005
Ph.D.
Obeid, Bassam Ibrahim
The Chapter of Yusuf (pbuh) in Light of Narrative Discourse and Critical Analysis
2009
Ph.D.
Osman, Ragab Zaky Ahmed
The Spiritual Emptiness: Causes and Treatment from an Islamic Perspective (Comparative Study)
2012
Ph.D.
Qadri, Hafiz Haqqani Mian
A Study of the Holy Qur’an and Anecdotal References of Women in the Circumstances of the Revelations
2012
Ph.D.
Raslan, Bayan
Moderation in the Qur’an
2013
Ph.D.
Redzic, Muaz
The Prophets and Their Wives: Gender Studies in the Qur'an
2010
Ph.D.
Said, Yousef
Narrations of Yahya Bin Aby Amr Alsaybani: Collection, Documentation and Study
2011
Ph.D.
Shahin, Oday
The Muslim Community in the USA: Challenges and Ambitions
2013
Ph.D.
Shahin, Omar Ahmad
The Islamic Law of Inheritance
2007
Ph.D.
Sheikh, Zia Ul-Haque
A Detailed Comparison between Traditional Islamic and Modern Management Practices
2011
Ph.D.
Siddiqi, Mohammad
The Interpretations of the Commandment Verses of the Holy Quran-Surat
2014
Ph.D.
Siddiqi, MohammadShibli
The Gift of the Prayer According to Hanafi School of Thought in the Light of the Sunna of Prophet PBUH
2015
Ph.D.
Siddiqi, Shaikh Shamsularifeen
The Interpretations of the Commandment Verses of the Holy Quran-Surat Al-Fatihah & Surah Al-Baqarah
2014
Ph.D.
Vardar, Zurkani
Adam (a.s.) the Father of Mankind between Qur’an and Bible: Similarities and Differences
2013
Ph.D.
Yahya, Nabeel
Children’s Rights in Divine Religious and Man-Made Religious Doctrines from an Islamic Perspective
2012
Ph.D.
 

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Student Name
Thesis Title
Graduation Date
Degree
Abdelsatar, Mohamed Moustafa Mohamed Anwar
The Controversial Fiqh Issues in Western Society and its Consequences
2015
M.Th.
Al-Ayoubi, Rania
The Education of Girls in Islam
2012
M.Th.
Alestoani, Tofik Ahmad
The Importance of Spirituality in Life
2014
M.Th.
al Ali, Amin Abdullah                                      
Efficiency in Marriage and Its Impact on Muslims in America               
2016
M.Th.
Al Kassas, Hana
No Excuses for what Allah has Forbidden from the Law of the Shariah Perspective
2013
M.Th.
Algizawi, Abdelhamid Shehata A.
Imam and his Role in the American Society
2015
M.Th.
Alrousan, Raed
The Narrations of the Month of Rajab Collection and Analysis
2009
M.Th.
Alsadi, Khawla A.
Adultery and Justice in Islam
2014
M.Th.
Al-Shehabi, Jinaan Yousef
A Critique of Islamic Studies Education in the West
2015
M.Th.
Barazanji, Haitham
Islamic Perspective of Democracy
2009
M.Th.
Ceman, Sabahudin
The Notion of Youth in Islam
2011
M.Th.
Dawlatzai, Marzia Hashem
Women in Islam
2007
M.Th.
Deeb, Aisha
The Importance of Hajj and Omra from Fiqh Perspective
2014
M.Th.
Elagami, Mohamed
Social Aspects of the Lives of Muslims in the United States of America
2014
M.Th.
Fetic, Ismail
The Experience of Muslims in the Canadian Cultural Mosaic with Special Emphasis on Bosniaks
2012
M.Th.
Gewida, Saad Abdelhamid
Community Services and Their Impact on Society
2014
M.Th.
Hassan, Mohamed Salah Omar
Methodology of Dawah in the Qur'an
2011
M.Th.
Hassane, Mohamed Taha
Islamic Centers, Imams, and Muslim Youth in America: Challenges of Relationship
2009
M.Th.
Hirzalla, Alia Mahmoud                                   
Explaining Acts and Reasons from a Psychological Perspective, Inspired by the Book Rebirth of Faith and Science
2016
M.Th.
Jaber, Hana Taleb
Modesty: The missing duty
2013
M.Th.
Kamel, Aly Soliman Mohamed                        
Islamic Dawa Rules in the USA                                                         
2016
M.Th.
Kamel, Moustafa Soliman Mohamed
Easy Jurisprudence Marriage
2014
M.Th.
Kanbari, Abdul Kader Ahmed
The Cultural Invasion
2012
M.Th.
Karajouli, Andera Adnan
The Messenger is a Husband
2012
M.Th.
Kilani, Mohamed Azhar
Water Security Between Present and Future Time in the Light of the Holy Qur’an and Sunnah
2012
M.Th.
Kilany, Osama Sadik
Arab Development and the Development of Islamic Turkish
2012
M.Th.
Latif, Naser Abdel Alshaikh
The Jurisprudence of the Priorities
2011
M.Th.
Mohamed, Abdulhakim Ali Muslih
The Poor and the Weak in the Holy Quran
2007
M.Th.
Moharram, Ahmed Fawzy
The Glorious Qur’an Perfecting Modern Civilization for Man
2013
M.Th.
Morsy, Safwat
Muslims and coexistence with one another
2013
M.Th.
Moussa, Mohamed
One Step to a Unified Marriage and Divorce Process in Islamic Centers in the USA
2010
M.Th.
Mursal, Abdigani Farah
Al-Muhkam and Mutashabih Impact on the People of Aberration and Misguidance
2015
M.Th.
Nakkashieh, Shirin
The Reality of Marriage in Islam
2012
M.Th.
Obeid, Bassam Ibrahim
Attributes of Islamic Personality
2007
M.Th.
Orihuela Fernández, Marco Antonio
Conocimiento de la liturgia para su buen uso por parte de los ministros ordinarios
2015
M.Th.
Osman, Ragab Zaky Ahmed
Spiritual Meanings and Educational Finishes from Surat Al-Fatiha (The Opening) 1
2011
M.Th.
Ragab, Nesrin Ahmed Montaser                      
The Self in Islamic and Other Methodologies: An Analytical Study       
2016
M.Th.
Ramadan, Elsaid Saber Abdou
Achieve Book the Islamist Articles for Abu al-Hasan al-Ash’ar
2015
M.Th.
Raslan, Bayan
Critical Issues in Islamic Law
2012
M.Th.
Samoura, Ishack                                            
The Role of Leaders in Building the American Islamic Society             
2016
M.Th.
Shaaban, El Shazli Abdel Monem El Shazli
The Virtuous Influence of the Masajed and their Attendants
2012
M.Th.
Shahin, Oday Omar
Argument with Atheism
2011
M.Th.
Shahin, Omar Ahmad
A Refutation of the Authority in Islam Ibn Jaymiyyah Directed against Greek Logic Rational Explanation of the Holy Qur’an
2006
M.Th.
Shahin, Shaima
Western Media’s Coverage on Islam
2012
M.Th.
Soliman, Moustafa Ismail Sayed Ahmed           
The Rules of Sunni People in Accusations of Disbelief                        
2016
M.Th.
Wanly, Yosof                                                  
Satan in the Quran                                                                           
2016
M.Th.