Markaz in Perlis Malaysia

Markaz in Perlis Malaysia

بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ

الحمد لله والصلاة والسلام على رسول الله وعلى آله وصحبه ومن والاه

All praises is due to Allaah , we praise Him we seek His help and we seek His forgiveness and I bear witness that none deserves to be worshiped other than Allaah, alone without any partners. I bear witness that Muhammad Is His slave and Messenger.


السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته 

AD-Dawa Al-Bayyin

This is information about studying in a trust worthy Markaz in Perlis Malaysia, “Dar al- Qur’an Wa Hadeeth.” The main teacher is Ahmad Banajah Al-Yemeni. This Markaz is an extention of Dar Al- Hadeeth Damajj in Yemen.

The brother was told by shaikh Yahya Al-Hajoori to stay in Malaysia and teach and give Dawa. There is no cost for the classes and any ages are welcome to study there.

Below are some basic cost living expenses:

House rent $113.50 -$193.79 ( quite difficult to find house for rent below $129.19),
usually not less than 3 rooms.

Food cost – around $161.50 to $322.99 depend on your eating habits and family size.
Malaysians eat rice as a regular part of their meal.
Food cost might be cheaper if you cook yourself – could be below $161.50 per month.
It is easy to find raw food there. vegetables, chicken, fish etc.

For a private doctor visit it might cost $6.45 -$12.91 a person. Cost for government hospitals are usually lower than private clinics.
A hospital is just 3km from the markaz.

Brothers that go together can share a place and cut their cost.

Plane tickets one way start at about $700.00 if you were to leave in March or around that time of the year.

Persons with an American Passport do not need a visa.

Dalil Abu Tariq


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