Why does Allah allow this to happen? Why me? Why did Allah do this to me? Shaykh Omar Suleiman explains Allah’s response to these questions.
In this lecture Hamza Andreas Tzortzis discusses how science does not lead to atheism, the argument from consciousness, the argument from reason, and how God is a self-evident truth.
Is the glass half empty or half full? It is a common expression, used rhetorically to indicate that a particular situation could be a cause for optimism (half-full) or pessimism (half-empty). The answer to this question has nothing to do with the liquid in the glass, but has everything to do with perceptions and attitude. Ustadh Usama Canon discusses about the role of submission and reliance upon Allah, and relate how hope and reliance upon Allah Almighty is directly related to personal strength and perseverance.
Imam Johari asks what is your relationship with Allah?
877-Why-Islam presents a talk by Nouman Ali Khan – The credibility of Muhammad (pbuh) to address the topic of God’s existence in the 21st Century. For more information, please call 877-Why-Islam or visit http://www.WhyIslam.org or check us out on facebook and twitter.
A beautiful description of the beautiful moment when the believer meets his Lord in Paradise.
Dr. Yasir Qadhi
ISLAM: the pursuit of happiness
2013 ICNA-MAS Convention, Hartford, CT
Hamza Andreas Tzortzis debates with Dr. Lawrence Krauss on which makes more sense: Islam or Atheism?
In this lecture, Yasmin Mogahed talks about real love for Allah and building this love for Allah.
Imam Zaid Shakir emphasizes the importance to have internal belief that Allah (God) is sufficient as a protector of one’s livelihood and honor. The believer should be diligent and strive to be a living embodiment of Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) message for mankind. Imam Zaid Shakir’s Khutbah at The Lighthouse Mosque Oakland CA Jan. 25th 2013
Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan talks about returning back to Allah.
Shaykh Omar Suleiman describes five of Allah (swt) beautiful names Ar-Rahman, Ar-Rahim, Al-Gafur, Al-Wadud and Al-Halim.
In this khutba Sh. Chao gives us the reasons we worship Allah [God Alone] as Muslims. Good for parents, people involved in Dawah, and for non-Muslims.
In this lecture Ustadha Yasmin Mogahed discusses the importance of salah and our connection to Allah.
This lecture was delivered as part of an international fund-raising webinar and discusses the power and qudra of Almighty Allah.
Shaykh Hasan Ali recites parts of the Qur’an where Allah discusses life after death.
Why do you believe in paradise? What’s the point of life? What is the purpose?
Why would Allah ask someone, who had suffered so much, to give up the only things he had in his life?
For Eid ul Adha 2010, Haroon Moghul delivered this khutbah (sermon) at the Islamic Center at New York University. This khutbah was prompted by the endlessly rich theme of tawhid as it connects Abraham’s life, peace be upon him, from his destroying the idols in his city, as a very young man, to his being asked by God to take the life of his son, an outrageous request whose very power derives from the fact of its unbelievable nature (God is asking him to take the life of not only an innocent, but his own flesh and blood).
Can we tell this story in a way that makes sense to us, as Americans and Westerners? What do King George, the Declaration of Independence, the American Revolution, and democracy, have to do with monotheism? How does Stephen Hawking fit in? What does this story of the great Prophet, peace be upon him, mean? Can a person take that most loved to him? Why would God ask anyone to do that, and what does it say about Abraham’s character, his faith, and our purpose in life?
Sh. Yusha Evans gives a beautiful talk about a transaction with Allah [swt] that will save us from His punishment.
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?
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