Imam Suhaib Webb gives a khutbah reminding us that the dunya and Shaytan are trying to take us away from remembering Allah with distractions but we must have patience and persevere the tests and trials we face.
As part of Domestic violence awareness week 2012, Sister Yasmin Mogahed delivered a powerful, awakening and influential seminar regarding the misunderstanding of sabr and the misconception that sabr equates to suffering in silence.
When things happen in our lives we general react in a specific way. The way we react is most often related to how we have been taught to react. How did the Prophet (s) react? What was his way of reacting to events in his life? Mufti Menk explains.
Sometimes we find ourselves facing a very grave situation where we are having trouble coping with it. What should be our response to this trial in our life? How do we act? Shaykh Yassir Fazaga explains the answers to these questions.
Imam Zaid Shakir delivers a Friday Khutbah about how we can patiently preserve through our challenges in the days ahead. This sermon was given on Friday, January 13, 2017 at the Muslim Community Center (MCC) – East Bay in Pleasanton, California.
There are many lessons to learn from the story of Prophet Musa (AS) and his confrontation with Pharaoh as recounted in Surah Taha. When Allah charged Musa to face Pharaoh and free the Israelites, says Nouman Ali Khan, Pharaoh had already launched a propaganda campaign against him. His counter message was that Musa and his brother Harun were magicians who wanted to drive you out of your land and that you must defend our way of life because it is the best and doesn’t need any improvement. In short he sold the people an artificial patriotism that only benefitted him and his small clique. Yet despite the odds and despite his fear, Musa confronts Pharaoh and overcomes him. This is a reminder that propaganda has always existed and that politicians instilling fear of an imaginary enemy is nothing new. The Quran has taught us about that so we would be mentally prepared. Don’t feel intimidated and know that this is a test of your eman.
Shaykh Hamza Yusuf reads and comments on a chapter from a classical text over 400 years old called “Al Maktobat” by Shaykh Ahmad al Farooqi al Sirindi which discusses being content with the decree of Allah.