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04/03/2019, 18h18
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The First Maliki Fiqh Conference

Held in Norwich


(riba & others topics)


Transcripts from the First Maliki Fiqh Conference

Held in Norwich, 1982

These are all Arabic transcripts


Some dvds of these talks are available from Lund Publications.





The Opening Address by Shaykh Dr. Abdalqadir as-Sufi (in English)

Biography of Imam Malik by Shaykh Abdallah Ganoun (read by Shaykh Naydar ash-Shadhili)

Application of the Fiqh of Imam Malik Today by Shaykh Ahmad ibn 'Abd al-'Aziz Al Mubarak (read by Shaykh Muhammad Shaybani)

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04/03/2019, 18h21
Shaykh Dr Abdalqadir's opening adress at maliki fiqh conference in 1982


A small fragment of a long opening adress by Shaykh Dr Abdalqadir as-Sufi al-Murabit before an english speaking audience in Norwich introducing a panel of 'ulama from the maliki school, Shaykh Muhammad ash-Shadhili an-Nayfar, Shaykh Muhammad ash-Shaybani, Shaykh Muhammad al-Makki an-Nasiri.

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04/03/2019, 18h25
Dr (Wymann-Landgraf) Umar Faruq Abdallah's introduction

to the Malikiyyah conference in Norwich 1982


A young Dr Umar Faruq Abdallah's breathtaking and beautiful introduction in classical arabic (with english subtitles) at the occasion the first Malikiyyah conference which was held in Norwich in 1982.

Dr. Umar Faruq Abd-Allah (Wymann-Landgraf) is an American Muslim, born in 1948 to a Protestant family in Columbus, Nebraska. He grew up in Athens, Georgia, where both parents taught at the University of Georgia. His father taught Veterinary Medicine and Organic Chemistry, while his mother's field was English. In 1964, his parents took positions at the University of Missouri in Columbia, where his grandfather had been a professor emeritus of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Abd-Allah did his undergraduate work at the University of Missouri with dual majors in History and English Literature. He made the Dean's list all semesters and was nominated to the Phi Beta Kappa Honorary Society. In 1969, he won a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship and entrance to Cornell University in Ithaca, New York to pursue a Ph.D. program in English literature. Shortly after coming to Cornell, Dr. Abd-Allah read The Autobiography of Malcolm X, which inspired him to embrace Islam in early 1970. In 1972, he altered his field of study and transferred to the University of Chicago, where he studied Arabic and Islamic Studies under Dr. Fazlur Rahman. Dr. Abd-Allah received his doctorate with honors in 1978 for a dissertation on the origins of Islamic Law, Malik's Concept of 'Amal in the Light of Maliki Legal Theory. From 1977 until 1982, he taught at the Universities of Windsor (Ontario), Temple, and Michigan. In 1982, he left America to teach Arabic in Spain. Two years later, he was appointed to the Department of Islamic Studies at King Abdul-Aziz University in Jeddah, where he taught (in Arabic) Islamic studies and comparative religions until 2000.

During his years abroad, Dr. Abd-Allah had the privilege of studying with a number of traditional Islamic scholars. He returned to Chicago in August 2000 to work as chair and scholar-in-residence of the newly founded Nawawi Foundation, a non-profit educational foundation. In conjunction with this position, he is now teaching and lecturing in and around Chicago and various parts of the United States and Canada, while conducting research and writing in Islamic studies and related fields. He recently completed a biography of Mohammed Webb (d. 1916), who was one of the most significant early American converts to Islam. The book is scheduled for release Spring/Summer 2006 under the title A Muslim in Victorian America: The Story of Alexander Russell Webb (Oxford University Press). Dr. Abd-Allah is presently completing a second work entitled Roots of Islam in America: A Survey of Muslim Presence in the New World from Earliest Evidence until 1965 and is also updating his dissertation for publication.

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04/03/2019, 18h33
Riba and the Dollar. A seminar from the year 1982


Riba and the Dollar. A seminar from the year 1982. Excerpts from the question and answer session held on the final day of the conference with commentaries by Shaykh Dr Abdalqadir as-Sufi al-Murabit and a panel of 'ulama from the maliki school, Shaykh Muhammad ash-Shadhili an-Nayfar, Shaykh Muhammad ash-Shaybani, Shaykh Muhammad al-Makki an-Nasiri.

There are 2 attitudes to this problem of riba and problems related to Islamic finance:

- The attitude of progressive adaptation of the economy to Islamic law, due to the fact of taking into account the balance of power political, economic, military, between Muslim countries and Western countries.

- The revolutionary attitude as can be seen with the advice of Sheikh Abd al Qadir As-Sufi, Sheikh Umar Vadillo, Shaykh Abdessamad Clark, Shaykh Abdalhaqq Bewley, Sheikh Imran Hussein (maybe him at 1:53 with white hat in this video), and others, who propose as in Malaysia (Kelantan) and the countries of this region autonomous systems with money in dirham or dinar of gold to get rid of non-Islamic banks.

But to implement gold dinar on a very large scale it must be done by a political autority based on islamic laws and ulama advisors or a state like a califate for exemple.

This state of affairs is illustrated in this exchange at the first conference of Fiqh Maliki in Norwich in 1982