In Damascus, he studied Arabic, ‘Aqida, Mantiq, Hanafi Fiqh, Shafi’i Fiqh, Usul Al Fiqh, and Hadith with a number of scholars including Shaykh Haytham Idilbi, Shaykh ‘Abdul Rahman Kharsa, Shaykh ‘Abul Halim Abu Sha`r, Shaykh Umar Al Sabbagh, Shaykh Jihad Brown, Shaykh Mumin Al Annan, Shaykh Hassan Al Hindi, Sayyidi Shaykh Adib Kallas, Shaykh Muhammad Jumu’ah, Shaykh ‘Abdul Razzaq Al Halabi, and Ustadh Mahmud Al Bayruti. In the Summer of 2000, he moved to Amman, Jordan. Upon moving to Jordan, his teachers advised him to focus on teaching what he had covered, for which they gave him encouragement and permission, and to continue his personal research and study.
An excellent teacher, a loving older brother, and an example for all true seekers.
May Allah grant him and us success beyond imagination – Amin.