Yasir Qadhi Paris Bombings and the Rise of Islamophobia
In this Khutbah (sermon), Shaykh Dr. Yasir Qadhi discusses the recent trials facing the Muslims at the eve of Anti-Muslim rhetoric in the American Election run-up and the backlash after the recent Paris bombings. Dr. Qadhi provides two practical ways Muslims can face and overcome such trials and challenges in America (and globally).
Yusuf Estes Persevering in Difficult Times
Shaykh Yusuf Estes explains to us the importance of having sabr.
Yaseen Shaikh Homosexuality in Islam
Imam Yaseen Shaikh discuses in this lecture, the issues surrounding Muslims and homosexuality. The Imam also answers several questions relating to this matter. Can one have homosexual tendencies and still be a Muslim? Can one be an active homosexual and Muslim? This video is not a hatred towards the Homosexual Communities nor is it homophobia related, but is for the purpose of educating Muslims on the issues that exist in Islam.
Nouman Ali Khan Trust and Justice
In this khutbah, Ustadh Nouman explains the ayat in Surah Nisa, 58 to 59, which discusses honoring the trust that are due to others and being just and fair when judging.
Siraj Wahhaj “It’s Not What You Say, It’s What You Do!”
Imam Siraj Wahhaj gives a khutbah discussing the response to the saying “I don’t pray but I believe.”
Abdul Nasir Jangda Radiating Beauty
Wherever Islam has gone it has produced wondrous beauty, a reflection of inward and outward excellence (ihsan), from the arts to human character. This session will move us to rediscover the meaning of beauty, and how to achieve and manifest it in the making of Muslim American culture.
Kamil Mufti ISIS and Our Communities
Is ISIS an Islamic State? Who is ISIS and why we need to know about them. Are they extremist? What have they done in Mosul and what do muslim scholars across the world say about ISIS? Is it allowed to join, support them? Imam Mufti answers these questions.
Ismail ibn Musa Menk Is ISIS Islamic?
Mufti Ismail ibn Musa Menk discusses why ISIS is not Islamic and not part of the mainstream Muslim community.
Yasir Qadhi American Foreign Policy and the Rise of ISIS
The rise of ISIS took almost all political analysts by surprise. For many, it quite literally appeared as if this group came out of nowhere. While the vast majority of Muslims are appalled at the brutality and viciousness of some of their tactics, the question does arise as to how such a fringe group could draw together thousands of people to support them. In this bold and frank talk, which was addressed primarily to a non-Muslim audience, Shaykh Dr. Yasir Qadhi mentions some of the root causes that explains why this group is popular in some Muslim circles. The complete break down of the Iraqi civil infrastructure and economic stability, after decades of American sanctions and two illegal invasions, cannot be ignored as we try to understand the appeal of such militant groups.
Abdur-Rahman ibn Yusuf A Muslim’s Approach in Times of Fitna (ISIS)
Mufti Abdur-Rahman ibn Yusuf discusses the fitna of ISIS.
Faraz Rabbani On War & Beheading: How ISIS Manipulates Hadiths
Shaykh Faraz Rabbani addresses a question asked at a session in SeekersHub Toronto, “Is ISIS justified in its ritual slaughter of its enemies and its burning of prisoners and others on the basis of prophetic teachings, specifically in regards to the hadith where the Prophet (saw) is reported to have said, O Quraysh, I have come to you with slaughter?”