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The Bride Groom on the White Horse…FUNNY Sh. Alaa Elsayed…
Lecture title: Towards Solving the Marriage Dilemma by Sheikh Alaa Elsayed
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Sheikh Alaa El Sayed
Director of Public Relations, Mercy Mission World
Instructor, Alkauthar Institute
Sh Alaa El Sayed is the Director of Public Relations at Mercy Mission and one of the instructors of Mercy Mission’s Alkauthar Institute.
His motto is ‘whatever it takes’ and his work for Mercy Mission is characterized by that passion for this vision. Whether it be recording video content for Ramadan TV, or fundraising for Mercy Mission Canada, or speaking to a packed audience at the Mercy Mission Annual Islamic Conference in Australia or losing his voice teaching ‘Home Sweet Home’ in Birmingham, he has done it all for Mercy Mission since joining in 2010.
Sheikh Alaa was born in Cairo and lived in Egypt until he was I5 years old. During his youth, he spent his time as the goalie for the junior National Team and moved to Canada in the late 1970’s. He worked as a Vice-President of Business Development for an international company, and during this time he competed and placed ﬁrst in the 1992 Bermuda Triathlon.
Sheikh Alaa has studied for his Bachelors in Shari’ah from the American International University, and has earned a scholarship from the Shari’ah Academy in Egypt/Florida He has also received his Ijazah of Qur’an recitation for I-lafs ‘an Asim, studied comparative religion for ﬁve years through the IPCI in South Africa, and was on the board of director of the World Assembly of Muslim Youth.
Sheikh Alaa currently lives in the Greater Toronto Area, Canada – with his wife and three children. He is a member of Canadian Council of lmams; he’s also a member of Horizon Interfaith Communication Media Council. Prior to this, he was an Imam for Muslim Council of Calgary and acted as its media spokesperson. He was also a member of the Calgary MuIti—Faith Committee.