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Darul Uloom Bury

Darul Uloom Bury
Established 1973
Chancellor Shaikh Yusuf Motala
Academic staff 45 (Total)
Students Around 500
Location Holcombe, Bury, England
Campus Urban

Darul Uloom Al-Arabiyyah Al-Islamiyyah, better known as Darul Uloom Bury, was established in 1973 and is the oldest school of its kind in the United Kingdom. Based on the Dars-e-Nizami syllabus found throughout the world, it was founded by Shaikh Yusuf Motala.[1] It accepts students from the age of twelve to twenty-three, providing a secondary school education for younger students as well as Islamic education to an advanced level.[2]


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References

  1. ^ Casciani, Dominic (2004-01-15). "Inside Britain's Islamic Colleges".  
  2. ^ Grenyer, Neville (2006-10-17). "Inspection Report Darul Uloom Al Arabiya Al Islamiya School" (pdf).  

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