Abdur-Rahman ibn Awf (may Allah be please with him) was one of the close companions of Prophet Muhammad (may peace and blessings be upon him) and his life story is certainly one worth studying and emulating. He was one of the first eight people to accept Islam.
Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan discusses ayat in the Qur’an that talk about Ramadan and Hajj and connects the two pillars of Islam with managing your money and it’s relation to human psychology. This Khutbah was given at the Colleyville Masjid Islamic Association of Mid Cities on June 24, 2016.
If we want to have wealth and be financially secure we must understand what Allah has decree for us to be permissible for us to earn a living. Shaykh Joe Bradford explains how to earn and keep income that is blessed and purified.
Shaykh Hamza Yusuf reflects on the nature of Islam as a way of life that affirms the sanctity of private property and free enterprise while avoiding the excesses of capitalism, yet, demands social concern and responsibility while rejecting the extremes of communism. In this stimulating lecture, Shaykh Hamza looks at what an alert and serious Muslim community can offer to our country to help it escape the dangerous political and economic trends that threaten not only the stability of our society but, indeed, global peace, security and stability.
Allah mentions in the Qur’an that alms are for the poor and needy. What would the world look like today if almost two billion Muslims, especially the wealthiest members of our community took the institution of Zakat seriously. In this insightful lecture, Dr. Qadhi examines the wisdom of Zakat, its moral and theological foundations and its implications for 21st Century economic relations.
Ever wondered if your deal was safe or even valid according to Islamic law? What does Islam say about halal & haram earnings, buying & selling, mortgages, banking, loans, interest, Riba, insurances, hoarding, cheating, fraud, and gambling? All this and much more will be answered in this important lecture delivered by Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari at the University of Oslo (Norway) on 19th of November, 2010
A lecture based on one of his well-known khutbahs about charity. Imam Siraj Wahhaj demonstrates the reality of wealth from an Islamic perspective. He reminds the audience to use their money wisely and inspires them to spend now before it’s too late. Remarking that this is one of the most important topics to understand, he places the life of this world in the proper context and reminds us of just how fleeting material things really are. A great talk that emphasizes the importance of giving and that our true security comes with investing in the hereafter. Includes an extensive question and answer session that addresses, among other things, the following issues: saving money in the bank, balance in spending, zakat on gold jewelry, sadaqah jariyyah, reward for helping non-Muslims, and giving zakat to non-Muslims. (Duration: 1 hour, 35 min)