Daily Reminder Day 14 – Be Sincere and Truthful In Your Duâa, and for those of us who have abandoned the practice of Duâa, we may be missing something quite important. Wishing is not the same thing as making a Dua. We may keep wishing our wishes but we have a better chance of seeing them materialized when we actually make the effort to enter the state of Dua and asking Allah swt what we want.
Series by Riad Ouarzazi
About Riad Ouarzazi
Shaykh Riad Ouarzazi is a very rare find! His energy and passion for teaching is extremely evident in his style and approach. His students have dubbed him the heart doctor as he often requests them for their hearts to metaphorically conduct a ‘bloodless open-heart surgery’.
Shaykh Riad was born in Casablanca, Morocco and, after achieving Islamic education degrees from M. Abdullah University, he moved to the States in 1988, where he pursued Bachelors in International Management and a Master’s of Science in Computer Information Systems. He studied Aqeedah under Shaykh Waleed Basyouni and Fiqh under Shaykh Waleed Idrees. He attained certificates in personal development, business management and coaching.
He moved to Canada in 2001 and became active in Islamic work, conducting lectures and khutbas in several masajid in the Greater Toronto Area.