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I would like to know about the various learning facilities, if any, for the Arabic Language and/or other aspects of the Deen ( such as tawheed, manhaj, tajweed, etc...) within the States or abroad, particularily (but not limited to) Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York...Saudia, Yemen, Kuwait, Jordan, &Egypt.
*** of course one that is not too expensive, and accessible without extreme difficulities ***
Also what is the best time to apply to the Universities in Saudia Arabia, namely Medina, Umm Qurra, and Muhammad ibn Su'aad, etc...
What is the criteria that these three universities accept or deny someone based upon?
How do I apply to Muhammad ibn Sa'ud University? I heard that one is not permitted to travel to Riyadh on an Umrah visa.
Is it possible to apply from here in the States?
Also does one have to have someone capable of translating to Arabic with them if one is able to obtain an interview with either university?
Also what is the recommended amount of annul savings one should have before traveling overseas in order to maintain himself and/or a family (1 wife, 0 children), etc...
&Also what should one do, or obtain prior to traveling?
(I read the article on bakkah.net in regs. to this issue already. I'm referring to esl certification, or anything else that will aid in maintaining oneself overseas without needing to come back to the States for financial aid).
&what site or company is best to obtain esl certification --online?
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AbdulGaniyy, Harun ibn William Gillespie, al-Amriki.
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This message was edited by AbdulGaniyy on 8-11-04 @ 11:27 PM