How many of us can honestly say we prefer sitting with our family over our friends? Ustadh AbdelRahman Murphy talks about the importance of happiness within the family home using anecdotes from his own experiences in this lecture.
Shaykh Muhammad Alshareef shares advice on parenting and having a righteous family.
Mufti Hussain Kamani shares many examples from the life of the Prophet (s) and the sahaba on how they balanced their life from seeking knowledge, to their familial responsibility, working to provide for themselves and their families and the general community and society.
Countless Muslims are using the search engines of the Internet to search for a spouse. However, a quick perusal of Muslim matrimonial websites reveals how basic Islamic principles are ignored. A person’s income, race, and color – or worse yet, skin tone – are often greater considerations than a person’s piety. The pictures that accompany many “profiles” are indecent. How safe are these sites, especially for women? Why are Muslims using “virtual meat markets” to find a potential spouse? How can our communities facilitate young people’s search for a spouse? What does our religion have to say about contacting perfect strangers of the opposite sex for “love and friendship”? How can we better address the real crisis that lies beneath “Light-skinned Muslimah seeking Muslim doctor to share life with”?
In this Khutbah, Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan discusses ayat from the Quran regarding obedience to parents.
Eddie from The Deen Show sits down with Shaykh Abu Taubah to discuss how to protect marriage and how to avoid divorce.
Omar Usman speaks about the critical need to educate Muslims about personal finance. You can follow him on Twitter @ibnabeeomar
How does conflict start between couples, parents and their children and how can we avoid it? The vicious cycle of conflict. What a a husband and wife need the most from their marriage? Working towards conflict free home. Managing our differences. Come and join us for a thought provoking presentation on marriage and family dynamics in a Muslim’s home.
Shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda speaking about Family Values.
Sheikh Mokhtar Maghroui discusses the road back home to Jannah, where we once were. Also there is a very important discussion on rectifying our homes in the Dunya so we can have a blessed home in Paradise.
An uplifting discussion on “Our Family, Our Home, Our Destiny” and the topic of Parent-Child relationships.
Sh. Yasir Qadhi talks about the issues of Modernity and how we can embrace it without compromising our Deen and also the concept of Family Values changing from time to time.
In this lecture Imam Murphy discuses family relations in Islam and how we can improve it.
Shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda discusses the problems within our families living in our current societies and provides solutions from the Islamic sources.
Mufti Nazim Mangera discusses the important topic of domestic violence from multiple Islamic sources. Everyone needs to hear this lecture. In it, he also clarifies some misconceptions about a Quranic verse which is misinterpreted by some Muslims. Also, he strongly encourages the listeners to never hit their wife. The best of us are those who will NEVER hit their wife.
Shaykh Faraz Rabbani spoke on the absolute impermissibility of domestic violence, the importance of the rights of others, the grave consequences of wrongdoing, and upholding the excellence of character in his Friday Sermon at the Brampton Islamic Centre, December 09, 2011. He shows clearly how there is absolutely no place for domestic violence–nor any unjust or wrongful conduct–in the religion of Islam; and that the Prophetic way is to uphold excellence of character, as a means of seeking the acceptance and pleasure of God.
ICNA 2010, YM Youth Conference 2010
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Part 1 – Adab in the Masjid: Part 2 – Teaching Your Children Adab: Part 3 – Teaching Your Children Adab:
Lecture given at the 3rd Reviving the Islamic Spirit convention in Toronto, Canada at the Rogers Centre (formerly known as the Sky Dome).