Profile: Ustaz Amin Buxton

Buxton Da'wah - ZoomUstaz Amin Buxton hails from the United Kingdom. He converted to Islam in 1999 and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Arabic and Islamic Studies from the famed School of African and Oriental Studies (SOAS), London, in 2003. Thereafter, Ustaz Amin enrolled at the prestigious Darul Mustafa Institute of Islamic Sciences, Tarim, Hadramawt, studying the sacred sciences at the feet of the scholars of Tarim. Today, Ustaz Amin continues to study at Darul Mustafa whilst carrying out teaching and translation duties at the same institution. Ustaz Amin also performs live Arabic-English translations of Sayyidil Habib Umar bin Hafiz’s speeches at various events, and has travelled to across Europe to teach Islam, both as a daiy (caller) in his own right, and as a translator for the likes of Habib Umar bin Hafiz, Habib Kazim As-Seggaf, and others.

Ustaz Amin is the main administrator and writer at which functions as, amongst other things, an English-language da’wah (missionary) platform in the manhaj (methodology) of the School of Hadramawt.

He has translated several classical and contemporary Islamic literature into English including Qutbul-Irshad Imam Al-Haddad’s poem “If You Wish For Felicity”, and Shaykh Umar bin Hussein al-Khatib’s “Prophetic Guidance”. He is also author of “Imams of the Valley”.

Majlis Al-Muwasolah Singapura wishes Ustaz Amin Buxton every success in his da’wah efforts.


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