Live & Pre-recorded Classes

How it works

This package includes courses from past semesters in our pre-recorded library AND live Spring 2024 Arkview Plus courses. Upon enrollment, you'll receive a zoom link for all live Spring 2024 Arkview Plus courses. Access our pre-recorded library after you enroll at 

What is included in Arkview Plus?

  • ALL [Live] Spring 2024 Arkview Plus course (see below)
  • ALL past pre-recorded courses in Arkview Plus
  • ALL Arkview Basic courses 

2024 [Live] Spring Arkview Plus courses include:

  • Fiqh:
  • Hanafi, taught by Imran Ahmed
  • Maliki, Al-Iziyya taught by Mohamed Ali
  • Shafi'i, Matn Abi Shuja taught by Osama Salhia
  • Aqida
  • Jawharat al-Tawhid taught by Osama Salhia
  • Tafsir:
  • Usul al-Tafsir, followed by Ibn Jawzi on Juz 'Amma, Yasin, & Kahf taught by Nuh Saunders

Pre-requisites for Arkview Plus

Arkview Plus offers intermediate level texts for students who have completed the intro level ones found in Arkview Basic or anywhere else islamic education is available. We recommend Arkview Plus students take the Arkview Basic courses or equivalent ones prior to enrollment.

Take prerequisites on Arkview Basic here! Catch up on past Arkview Plus courses here!

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How we operate.

Our philosophy

It's a marathon, not a sprint! At Safina Society, we believe in slow and steady repetition. Our students work and have families. Hence, we emphasize consistency and review, even if the amount of time spent is little. Classes only go for 45 minutes to an hour, and everything is recorded in case you miss it!

Bond with your teachers

You'll be able to speak with all the teachers and students through a WhatsApp link you will receive upon enrollment.


I have a busy schedule, do I have to take the live courses?

You don’t have to! All of our classes are recorded and posted in our online library on so you can take them at your own pace when you have time.

Can my family watch?

Sure! Your subscription is for your entire household.

What to do between terms?

Most of our students catch up on recordings between semesters. Go to 'On demand" courses and watch the recordings of older courses. 

Will we have access to the Arkview Basic courses?

As an Arkview Plus subscriber, you will have complete access to all Arkview Basic courses as well.

Where do I go for help?

Email us any time at [email protected]. Also, feel free to reach our course WhatsApp admins when you join the course chats!

Mohamed Ali

Maliki Fiqh

Ustadh Mohamed Ali is a student at Markaz Imam Malik and a PhD Candidate at Georgetown University in the Arabic & Islamic Studies Program, where he has taught and mentored undergraduate and graduate students in Intermediate and Advanced Arabic, along with content courses on Islamic civilization and its rich intellectual history. Mohamed started studying Arabic and Islam in the beginning of 2008 and began his traditional studies upon moving to Maryland in 2014, studying a traditional curriculum covering the various Islamic sciences. Since summer of 2020, Mohamed has studied numerous texts from cover-to-cover with Shaykh Zuhayr Qazzān in the rational and scriptural sciences and travels during the summer to live with the Shaykh and fellow students in Cairo.

Nuh Saunders

Tajwid & Tafsir

Nuh Saunders was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is the grandson of converts to Islam who were sure to instill in him a love of Islam. As an aspiring Student of Knowledge, he began his studies in Arabic and Quranic studies at the Quba Institute in Philadelphia. He then began an in-depth study of Aqidah and Dawah with Shaykh Abdur Rahman Sondalani privately. During this time, he was privileged to study Shafi'i Fiqh with Imam Muhammad Amin of Atlantic City, New Jersey.


At the advice of Imam Amin and many others, Ustadh Nuh set out to the Islamic world to further his pursuit of knowledge. At first, this led him to Egypt where he had the opportunity to study Arabic grammar and Tajweed with scholars of Al-Azhar University. After that, he moved to Tarim, Yemen to enroll in the world-famous Dar Al Mustafa Islamic Seminary. He has studied the various Islamic sciences including fiqh, hadith, seerah, and Tassawuf.


His main area of study is Quranic recitation. He was given the opportunity to study privately with such great Quran reciters such as Sayyid Ali Ba Alawi of Tarim Hadramawt and Shaykh Bashar al Riz, who is one of the great reciters of Damascus and a direct student of Abul Hassan al Kurdi. He has memorized the main text in the science of Tajweed and received ijaza. He has been been in Tarim for the past six years where he is studying full time with the intention of specializing in Dawah, and Quranic recitation, along with the variant modes of recitation under the tutelage of great scholars such as Habib Umar Bin Hafidh and many others.

Osama Salhia

Aqida & Fiqh

Sheikh Osamah Salhia currently serves as the Imam of the Islamic Center of Passaic County- Clifton Campus (ICPC Clifton) after spending 8 years abroad studying Islamic Law at Al-Azhar University- Faculty of Shari’ah in Cairo, Egypt. He has taught numerous classes on various subjects including Islamic Law, Source Methodology, Arabic language, Qur’an Exegesis, Islamic History, Hadith studies and Purification of the Soul in his capacity as an Imam and teacher. Sheikh Osamah serves as an online instructor at Guidance College. He is also certified in the ten canonical modes of recitation, and traditionally trained in Shafi’i Fiqh and has previously worked as a Content Editor and Shari’ah Reviser for the International Islamic Publishing House (IIPH).

Shams Tameez


Shaykh Shams Tameez is a graduate of UK-based seminary Jamia al-Karam. He then completed the Diploma at the Cambridge Muslim College in Contextual Islamic Studies and Leadership. After this he worked as an Imam at Aylesbury Mosque in Buckinghamshire before embarking on further studies in Istanbul at the Abu Hanifa Institute. 

He has also been fortunate to study with great scholars from Syria currently residing in Istanbul such as Shaykh Khalid al-Kharsa, Shaykh Adnan Darwesh, Shaykh Ridwan al-Kaheel, Shaykh Muhammad Shuqayr, and Turkish scholars such as Mulla Yavus. He then travelled to Tarim in Yemen where he was blessed to study at Dar al-Mustafa. He returned to the UK and completed a Master degree at SOAS University in Islamic studies. 

Since then he has completed the four year IKAN programme in Istanbul’s Sultan Ahmet Madrasa specializing in the rational sciences (m’aqūlāt). He is currently pursing a PhD at Ibn Haldun University focusing on Islamic philosophy within the Farangi Mahall tradition.