What does the ideal Muslim leader look like? When does a leader take initiative and when is it better to take the back seat? How does one continue work in the midst of burnout? Imam Suhaib Webb explains.
In this halaqah, Imam Suhaib Webb reflects on the current political and social environment Islam and Muslims currently face in America and the West in general regarding Islamophobia and violent extremism.
Imam Suhaib Webb discusses why it is important to respond to those who attack Islam.
Imam Suhaib Webb discusses the recent events surrounding a man dying at the hands of an NYPD officer.
A new movie is out titled “Noah”, Imam Suhaib Webb’s khutbah discusses Noah (Nuh) in Islam and reacts to the movie. He mentions that this is an opportunity for us to learn and educate.
Imam Suhaib Webb discusses racism in the community while reflecting on the civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. He also discusses differences among Muslims citing the example of the Mawlid.
The theology of Breaking Bad is a lesson in how a person can lose his moral compass by making a series of choices that are rooted in fear.
Imam Suhaib Webb talks to the youth on how to stay on the straight path while living in America.
“Say, “Indeed, my prayer, my rites of sacrifice, my living and my dying are for Allah, Lord of
the worlds.” (Quran 6:162)
In a well-known Hadith the Prophet Muhammad, Blessings and Peace upon him, once asked his companions, who was bankrupt among his nation. They proceeded to mention the one lacking material means. He, peace upon him, responded that the truly bankrupt person was one lacking righteous deeds on the Day of Resurrection, while having insulted, slandered and demeaned others. Imam Suhaib will examine the implications of this Hadith and discuss its relevance for our lives and times. He will situate that discussion in the context of a deeper examination of the idea of religious poverty.
A very educational and motivational talk by Imam Suhaib Webb on the legacy of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).
Imam Suhaib Webb talks about the power of prayer and supplication to Allah for protection and strength from the traps of the dunya. He also discusses the idea of “transhumanism” or how people can live forever.
Imam Suhaib Webb reflects on the death of Trayvon Martin. (ISBCC Khutba 3/23/2012)
In this Intimate Conversations video, Ta’leef founder Usama Canon and special guest Imam Suhaib Webb talk about CHANGE. In a heartfelt manner, Imam Suhaib discusses the importance of the work Ta’leef Collective is doing and how we should look at the concept of change in our community juxtaposed with the Shari’a and history of the early Muslim communities.
Imam Suhaib Webb’s lecture at Kumpulan Karangkraf, Shah Alam, Malaysia on the 5th October 2011.
In this lecture, Imam Suhaib discusses three main questions pertaining to the question “Where do we begin?” Where do we begin with Allah (swt)? Where do we begin with the Prophet Muhammad? Where do we begin with Islam itself?
Lecture begins around 8:45 mark. Courtesy of Qurtaba Institute.
Peace and blessings be upon him.
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9/16/08 – UC Berkeley
Islamic Society of Boston, Eid-ul-Fitr Salah in 2007 Part 1: Part 2:
This video also features Zaid Shakir.
Imam Suhaib Webb discusses his journey to Islam.
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