Originally, the Online Islamic Institute for Women was formed by the ICNA Sister's Wing in March 2007, aiming to enable sisters involved in da'wah and teaching to advance their knowledge and understanding of Islam. Later in 2013, OIIW, after considerable growth and development alhamdulillah, came under the umbrella of ILF (Islamic Learning Foundation).
We now offer a three year diploma course and
short refresher courses. These classes are led by
Islamic scholars that are well-versed in their
fields of knowledge.
Earning the pleasure of Allah SWT by
Educating and training Muslim sisters to be effective leaders in establishing the deen.
Helping Muslimahs develop an Islamic personality as defined in the Qur’an, exemplified by Prophet Muhammad SAW, and embodied by role models like ‘Aisha RA.
Producing model Islamic leaders who promote peace and harmony in society.
Spreading knowledge of Islam using the most effective methodology and the latest technology.
OIIW seeks to provide classes on the most valuable Islamic topics.
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Sh. Abdur Rahman Khan
· Education: Graduate of The Islamic University Madinah, faculty of Shari’ah
· Graduate of The University of Guyana in Education and School Management
· Principal: Former Principal of Al-Rahmah School, Baltimore Maryland
· Lecturer: Served as Resident Scholar and Khateeb (lecturer) at Islamic Foundation, Villa Park, Chicago, Illinois for 12 years
· Currently Chairman of ICNA Shari’ah Council
· Executive member of the Fiqh Council of North America
· Active member in outreach programs
Muhammad Abdul Jabbar
Name: Muhammad Abdul Jabbar, Ph.D. Islamic Studies