Shaykh Jamal Zarabozo discusses his fascination over the Qur’an and how it brought him to accept Islam.
Shaykh Abdul Karim Yahya discusses how women have a very important role in the mission of calling people to Allah citing from historical examples from the seerah and Islamic history of women scholars in Islam.
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.
The story of a young American from a Christian family in the United States converting to Islam.
In this lecture Ustadh Nouman discusses our responsibility in inviting people to Islam and the best way to do this.
Dr. Jeffrey Lang discusses his journey to Islam and learning that Islam has answers for everyone.
Mufti Ismail ibn Musa Menk delivers a lecture on the preciousness of our time here and our duty to tell as much people as possible about the message of Islam and to better ourselves as much as possible in preparing to meet the Creator.
Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan explains to a classroom of new Muslims and non-Muslims what Islam is all about.
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.
Omar Usman talks about an online trend of making baseless accusations of insincerity or apathy when seeing content not conforming with one’s own world view or personal priorities.
Supplementary article on MuslimMatters: http://muslimmatters.org/2013/08/26/the-shaykh-n-bake-shame-grenade-a-muslim-internet-phenomenon/
Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan discusses passages from Surah Nouh and Surah Jummah. People of Nouh (as) didn’t believe even after 950 years of dawah. Compare this as compared to Jinns who were merely passing by when they heard the words of the Qur’an that they became Muslim just by hearing a few ayaat.
Ustadh Wisam Sharieff explains how we ourselves should be inviting people to do good deeds and to the correct path with the best of manners. This includes dawah to Muslims and non-Muslims.
Hamza Andreas Tzortzis debates with Dr. Lawrence Krauss on which makes more sense: Islam or Atheism?
Brother Yusha (Joseph) Evans discusses the reasons why Jesus, peace be upon him, is not the God.
Loving God and Neighbor in Word and Deed: Implications for Christians and Muslims
Abu Abdissalam shares his story of his journey to becoming a better Muslim via reading a simple booklet about the Qur’an and science. He then shares a story from the life of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) on dawah and being merciful.
What is going on with our ummah? Thousands are dying. Thousands are leaving Islam. What are we doing? What are you doing? Shaykh Tawfique calls upon us to wake up and be serious about our deen.
Musa, known as Moses in the Old Testament, is a prophet, messenger, lawgiver and leader in Islam. In Islamic tradition instead of introducing a new religion, Moses is regarded by Muslims as teaching and practicing the religion of his predecessors and confirming the scriptures and prophets before him. The Quran states that Moses was sent by Allah (one God) to the Pharaoh of Egypt and the Israelites for guidance and warning. Moses is mentioned more in the Quran than any other individual, and his life is narrated and recounted more than that of any other prophet. According to Islam, all Muslims must have faith in every prophet which includes Moses and his brother Aaron (Harun). Nouman Ali Khan introduces us to Prophet Moses in this brief talk.
When the World Changed Conference Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
In this lecture Shaykh Abdur-Raheem Green discusses meeting the great people of Jannah like the Prophets of the past, the Sahabah and ultimately to meet Allah.
In this lecture Imam Omar discusses the reality of freedom and its limits.
An open dialogue between Rev. Dr. David Millikan & Sheikh Yusuf Estes & Rev. David Millikan on the topic, “Satan’s Art of Worship”.
Mufti Ismail ibn Musa Menk discusses contemporary issues many non-Muslims and those who misunderstand Islam have such as the marriage of Muhammad (s) to Aisha (ra) or the Hijab.
A lecture recorded at the annual summer conference held at Green Lane Masjid. The conference was titled ‘Flourish, Thrive & Succeed – Muslims in the West’
Lecture begins around 8:45 mark. Courtesy of Qurtaba Institute.
In his final address to the non-Muslim participants of the New Mexico educational retreat, Abdal Hakim looks at the other aspects of the long-standing historical interaction of the three Abrahamic faiths, such as the transmission of science, technology, and philosophical ideas from the Islamic world to the Western world. Islam in the middle ages was a very successful commercial and material civilization and this fact combined with the Muslim’s strategic geographic positions allowed for such a profound influence and contribution. The speaker looks at the economic/cultural/scientific contributions in the areas of maritine navigation and exploration, agriculture, music, poetry, mathematics, astronomy, medicine, chemistry, and much more. (Recorded at the Dar al Islam Teachers’ Institute seminar).
In this talk the speaker engages the audience in a discussion of traditional as well as contemporary Christian understandings of Islam and vice-versa. A highly detailed and scholarly look into this very complex subject. Murad’s firm command of the English language, his structured presentation, and his vast knowledge and resources cited make this lecture unparalleled by any of its kind. He concludes this talk by revealing his own observant views of Muslim-Christian relations and the need to move forward in mutual tolerance and respect. (Recorded at the Dar al Islam Teachers’ Institute seminar). Other topics discussed: the black stone, St. Thomas Aquinas’ harsh views of Islam, Ivan The Terrible, William Montgomery Watt, Catholic views, women’s views of a gender-specific God, God as love, and the hajj.
Abdal Hakim Murad looks at Islam as part of a wider family of faiths and analyzes what it shares and what it doesn’t share with its two great predecessors. This comparison is made on several fronts namely salvation history, Islamic law vs. Jewish law, scriptural overlap between the Hebrew Bible and the Qur’an, the figures of Jesus (P) and the Virgin Mary (P), and Muslim-Christian interaction throughout history. This lecture is part of a series which is great for both Muslims and non-Muslims as Abdal Hakim approaches the subject from a highly intellectual perspective. (Recorded at the Dar al Islam Teachers’ Institute seminar). Other topics discussed: God’s covenant, the “chosen” people, prophecy, ancient Christian antisemitism, the Kaaba, and circumcision.
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This is a four part series on how to give dawah by Shaykh Kamal.
Peace and blessings of Allah be upon the Messenger.
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Lecture given at the 3rd Reviving the Islamic Spirit convention in Toronto, Canada at the Rogers Centre (formerly known as the Sky Dome).
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Imam Suhaib Webb discusses his journey to Islam.
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A video tribute to Shaykh Ahmed Deedat discussing his life and documenting it.