Ultimate Arabic 101

  • Master the A to Z sciences of the Arabic Language. Take a journey from the Arabic alphabet letter by letter all the way to the higher sciences of the language such as NaHwu, Sarf, Conversational Arabic and Balaagha.At the completion of this course the students should have acquired enough knowledge of the various sciences in the Arabic language to take them to ANY science of the religion In shaa Allaah ان شاء الله.

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Ultimate Arabic Syllabus

Fundamental Basics

  • Level 01: Letter by Letter
  • Level 02: Master Letters
  • Level 03: Nooraniyyah
  • Level 04: Al-Binaa

After student Finishes these, they can opt to continue their Arabic studies with advance Arabic Courses we offer.


Abu Hudhayfah Abdul Hakeem Marshall

Abu Hudhayfah Abdul Hakeem Marshall is a New York-based Imaam that has been involved in Islaamic education for over twenty-five years.

1414/1993 He studied Usoolud deen, Grammar, and tajweed from Shaykh Ali Abdul Maalik as-Saudi.

1416/1995 Quraan from Shaykh AHmed Dweedar alMaSri.

1417/1996 to 1424/2002 Arabic, and Maaliki FiQh from the famous Shaykh, Tayyib as-Soodani, the former student and protege of Shaykh Bin Baz.

1424/2002 to 1426/2004 Quraan and Tajweed from Mufti MuHammad Abdullaah alBengaali.

1427/2005 to 1434/2013 served as Assistant Imaam Jami’ Islaamic Society of Central New York.

1429/2008 NaHwu/Sarf, and Usoolul FiQh from Shaykh Khaleel Carter.

1434/2013 he was appointed Imaam Islaamic Center of Northern New York.

Since 1430/2009 He has faithfully served as a Chaplain in the NewYork Prison system.

Ustaadh Abu Hudhayfah holds multiple Ijaazah in the sciences of Arabic, AQeedah, and FiQh.

He currently teaches as a professor of Arabic and FiQh at Timbuktu Seminary. May Allaah continue to bless us with him.

Class info


Our courses are offered in a fully equipped virtual classroom. The classrooms includes tools such as a white board, chat box, microphones, webcam, screen sharing, attendees list, and much more. All features included are accessible to both staff and students.


Each student is expected to participate via microphones and chat box and attend as many live classes weekly as possible. Full class participation in class is how the majority of the student’s grades will be generated. Weekly assignments are to be completed and submitted to professors upon request.

Two Days a week

Wednesdays @ 8: 30pm EST USA – 4:30am Mecca Time
Sundays @ 11am EST USA – 7pm Mecca Time

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