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The Jewels of the Qur'an

An online series during the last nights of Ramadan with President Hamza Yusuf

All classes with President Hamza Yusuf begin at 5:30 pm PDT on both Facebook and YouTube

May 2, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11

“Dive into the ocean’s depths so that you become wealthy by gaining its rubies and pearls.” In his book The Jewels of the Qur’an, Imam al-Ghazali exhorts readers to develop a deeper relationship with the ocean of the Qur’an, uncovering the immense beauty of the sacred words of God. In this live series, President Hamza Yusuf will elaborate on the main topics discussed in this work, focusing on the major themes, aims, and division of the Qur’an outlined by Imam al-Ghazali. The series will bring light to many hidden jewels of the Qur’an, enhancing our relationship with the sacred text in this blessed month.

Sessions with President Yusuf will take place on May 2, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 at 5:30 PM PDT. Online sessions will stream on both Zaytuna College’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. Videos will also be available on our YouTube channel following each session. 





Series Schedule
Date Time
Sunday, May 2

5:30 pm PDT

Wednesday, May 5

5:30 pm PDT

Friday, May 7

5:30 pm PDT

Saturday, May 8

5:30 pm PDT

Sunday, May 9

5:30 pm PDT

Monday, May 10

5:30 pm PDT

Tuesday, May 11

5:30 pm PDT



About President Hamza Yusuf
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President Hamza Yusuf

President Hamza Yusuf promotes classical learning in Islam and emphasizes the importance of the “tools of learning” so central to Muslim civilization and known in the West as the “liberal arts.” He is currently president of Zaytuna College and has published numerous articles, essays, encyclopedia entries, and translations, including The Prayer of the Oppressed and Purification of the Heart.  


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