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We often overlook Islamic history as a learning tool. The history of Islam is not only important for Muslims, but important for everyone. Islam and the people who call themselves Muslims have made an enormous impact on our world. The Islamic History Podcast is about discovering that history in a fun and interesting way.
 
A"Salaam Alaikum, Welcome to the islamic audio bytes podcast where we will be reading islamic books and articles from various authors. Do join our facebook community to feedback or any other comments - we would love to hear from you. Let's read and learn together. Thanks for listening. islamic audio bytes. https://www.facebook.com/ukhti.bee.9/ https://www.instagram.com/sisterb_islamicaudiobytes/ https://islamicaudiobytes.com/ Email: sisterbee007@gmail.com
 
Clear Lake Islamic Center is dedicated to provide information to our community and anyone interested that can help shape their identity as a proper Muslim. We offer videos of lectures and jumaa khutab here for everyone to enjoy. Please feel free to download or share these videos. Sharing is caring.Also, please visit our official website to view our daily calendar... there is ALWAYS something going on at CLIC. Join us.
 
Islamic Media Podcast is an independent podcast run by a team of Sunni Muslims who are dedicated to providing the Muslims all around the world with authentic Sunni Islamic knowledge that can be traced back all the way to our Prophet (peace be upon him). We believe the Muslims today are in extreme need for authentic Islamic knowledge to practice their Religion. The ignorance in the Religion is the main reason why the Muslims are going through extremely tough times today. We ask Allah to facil ...
 
The great North African polymath Abd ar-Raḥmān Ibn Khaldūn once observed "The past resembles the future more than one drop of water resembles another." That sentiment guides the spirit of this bimonthly podcast on Islamic History for the contemporary Muslim mind, we will explore themes of continuity, change and evolution. Join us on this journey as we seek to answer the question "What can past teach us about the present?"
 
Curso sobre doctrina islámica, nivel 2, dictado por el Sheij Isa García Audio 1: Definición y categorías del monoteísmo Audio 2: El objetivo de la creación del ser humano, definición de “adoración” Audio 3: Virtudes del monoteísmo, definición y categorías de la injusticia, la base del monoteísmo Audio 4: Condiciones del testimonio de fe Audio 5: Quien complete y perfeccione el monoteísmo ingresará al paraíso sin juicio Audio 6: Cualidades de quienes logran completar y perfeccionar el monoteísmo
 
Heart Talk is a podcast that explores the issues that North American Muslims face every single day. Mustafa and Ameer Farooq are two brothers living in western Canada. Each episode, they discuss issues such as Islamic finance, education, culture and more with experts in the field. These podcasts are not meant to be providing fiqh opinions or fatwas, but rather to explore issues in their nuances.
 
What does a modern Islamic social reality look like? How does it deal with finance, employment, trade, education, poverty, justice and governance amongst other things? All these questions are skillfully answered in a series of talks that starts with the 'Ramadhan Discourses.' Compulsory listening for any sincere Muslim activist or would-be 'fundamentalist.'
 
Audio, and Video Archive of courses and events arranged by IV [Islamic Village]. The podcasts are designed as a resource for the students attending the courses or for review by students who were unable to attend. We aim to provide as much of the material free of charge to people. Most important is that people have easy access to valuable lessons. However, everything comes at a cost, and we welcome any donations which will go a long way to maintaining the podcasts and further courses. Simply ...
 
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Mohammed Artan joins us to talk about the history of Islam in Somalia. Mohammed Artan was born in Somalia, raised in the Netherlands, and currently lives in England. He is the director and founder of Looh Press, a publishing company specializing in Islamic, African, and Somali studies resources. Click here to get the show notes for this episode. Cl…
 
Mehmet the Conqueror shook Europe to its foundations when he captured Constantinople in 1453 and, over the next decades, the Ottoman sultan continued his westward advance through the Balkans and the Mediterranean. But one Albanian fortress became an “unexpected bone in Mehmed’s throat” (xviii). David Hosaflook’s The Siege of Shkodra is the first En…
 
In this episode, we talk to brother Shaheed Drew about some lessons regarding the topic of earning a livelihood. We also talk about his book "40 Hadiths Relating to Islamic Finance" and the very interesting history of Muslims in Australia (and why Muslim traders came to South East Asia). Br Shaheed also shares how some of the companions like Abu Ba…
 
In spring 2021, Hassaan Shahawy (A.B. '16, J.D. '22) was elected the 135th president of the Harvard Law Review, making him the first Muslim and first expert in Islamic law in the position. In the first half of our conversation, Hassaan talks about his background in Islamic law and how it contributes to his studies at Harvard Law School and work at …
 
“The Crusades were an epic confrontation between Christian Europe and the Islamic Empire that lasted hundreds of years. The lands of Islam were invaded by a marauding nation known as the Christian Franks. Chanting “God Wills It” they unleashed their bloodlust on the Ummah of Muhammad (peace be upon him) …” Please support and download from Islamicle…
 
Zad Al-Mastaqnia is a foundation course in islamic Jurisprudence (fiqh), a vital basis with which the believer can build Islamic Knowledge.This course is the fifth course follwing from the chapter of fasting, the chapter of zakat, the chapter of purification, and the chapter of prayer.This lesson was conducted under the social-distanicing regulatio…
 
David Brophy's translation of Muhammad Sadiq Kashghari's In Remembrance of the Saints: The Rise and Fall of an Inner Asian Sufi Dynasty (Columbia University Press, 2021) represents the first comprehensive translation of the text into English. The translation includes a detailed introduction that not only contextualizes the text and its author, but …
 
The Muhammad Avatāra: Salvation History, Translation, and the Making of Bengali Islam (Oxford University Press, 2021) reveals the powerful role of vernacular translation in the Islamization of Bengal.Its focus is on examines the magnificent seventeenth-century Nabīvaṃśa of SaiyadSultān, who lived in Arakanese-controlled Chittagong to affirm the pow…
 
Professor Ali Asani tells the Alwaleed Program team about his scholarly trajectory, beginning with his experiences coming to Harvard College as an international student from Kenya and entering Islamic studies as an Ismaili student in the early 1970s. He also discusses the importance of expanding perspectives in Islamic studies to include different …
 
“The Crusades were an epic confrontation between Christian Europe and the Islamic Empire that lasted hundreds of years. The lands of Islam were invaded by a marauding nation known as the Christian Franks. Chanting “God Wills It” they unleashed their bloodlust on the Ummah of Muhammad (peace be upon him) …” Please support and download from Islamicle…
 
In his much anticipated and equally brilliant book Transformations of Tradition: Islamic Law in Colonial Modernity (Oxford UP, 2021), Junaid Quadri explores the productive tensions, fissures, and creative interpretive projects enabled by the drive to defend Muslim traditionalism under the looming shadows of colonial modernity. By focusing on the th…
 
Dina Hassan (Lecturer, Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, University of Oklahoma, USA) speaks with Nicola Pratt (Associate Professor, International Politics of the Middle East, University of Warwick, UK) about Pratt’s recent book, Embodying Geopolitics: Generations of Women’s Activism in Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon (University of Califo…
 
Professor William Graham talks about his scholarly journey and how he "stumbled" into Islamic studies after pursuing other subjects including Classics and Sanskrit and Indian studies. He also shares his memories of his advisors at Harvard, Wilfred Cantwell Smith and Muhsin Mahdi, and other scholars who shaped Islamic studies including Josef van Ess…
 
After earning what is necessary for oneself, is (further) occupation with earning better or devotion to worship? We are following writings attributed to Imam Muhammad al Shaybabni - The Book of Earning a Livelihood. Don’t forget to rate our podcast *5 stars* wherever you listen to us! Podcast Hosted by Almir Colan - https://www.almircolan.com Links…
 
Ambient Sufism: Ritual Niches and the Social Work of Musical Form (University of Chicago Press, 2021) by Richard C. Jankowsky (an Associate Professor of music at Tufts University) is a rich ethnographic study of the sonic and ritual landscapes of complex religious communities in Tunisia. Using theoretical approaches of ethnomusicology that attends …
 
Reading Now: “Stories of the Prophets by Ibn Kathir” Downloaded from the kallamullah website In this book, the stories of the prophets have been compiled from 'Al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah' (The Beginning and the End) which is a great work of the famous Muslim exegete and historian Ibn Kathir and has a prominent place in the Islamic literature. The stori…
 
Reading Now: “Stories of the Prophets by Ibn Kathir” Downloaded from the kallamullah website In this book, the stories of the prophets have been compiled from 'Al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah' (The Beginning and the End) which is a great work of the famous Muslim exegete and historian Ibn Kathir and has a prominent place in the Islamic literature. The stori…
 
In today's program, Ayfer Karakaya-Stump, Associate Professor of History at the College of William and Mary, discusses her recently-published monograph, The Kizilbash/Alevis in Ottoman Anatolia: Sufism, Politics, and Community (Edinburgh University Press, 2019). The Kizilbash-Alevis in Ottoman Anatolia, winner of the 2020 SERMEISS Book Award for ou…
 
In this collaboration between the Harvard Islamica Podcast and the Ottoman History Podcast (OHP), we discuss OHP's new series called "The Making of the Islamic World," using podcasts in the classroom, and engaging in public-facing history in the changing landscape of scholarship in the humanities. Chris Gratien, Assistant Professor of History at th…
 
Is seeking means of earning something that goes against taqwa and reliance on Allah the Most High as the provider? Or is it contradictory to shari'ah? Don’t forget to rate our podcast *5 stars* wherever you listen to us! Podcast Hosted by Almir Colan - https://www.almircolan.com Links for Telegram channel and social media available at https://www.i…
 
How does a specific American religious identity acquire racial meaning? What happens when we move beyond phenotypes and include clothing, names, and behaviors to the characteristics that inform ethnoracial categorization? Forever Suspect, Racialized Surveillance of Muslim Americans in the War on Terror (Rutgers University Press, 2018) provides a nu…
 
Today we hear from Mayte Green-Mercado, Assistant Professor of History at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey to talk about Visions of Deliverance: Moriscos and the Politics of Prophecy in the Early Modern Mediterranean (Cornell University Press, 2019). In Visions of Deliverance, Mayte Green-Mercado traces the circulation of Muslim and crypto-…
 
Egypt is often the focus of religious and political histories of early twentieth century. The striking hardening of nationalist and Islamic movements within Arab societies during this period is frequently described through the growth of the Muslim Brotherhood, specific pan-Arab ideals, or questions of Egyptian identity under Gamal Abdel Nasser. How…
 
In 2015, the Islamic State released a video of men smashing sculptures in Iraq’s Mosul Museum as part of a mission to cleanse the world of idolatry. The Idols of ISIS: From Assyria to the Internet (University of Chicago Press, 2020) unpacks three key facets of that event: the status and power of images, the political importance of museums, and the …
 
“The Crusades were an epic confrontation between Christian Europe and the Islamic Empire that lasted hundreds of years. The lands of Islam were invaded by a marauding nation known as the Christian Franks. Chanting “God Wills It” they unleashed their bloodlust on the Ummah of Muhammad (peace be upon him) …” Please support and download from Islamicle…
 
“The Crusades were an epic confrontation between Christian Europe and the Islamic Empire that lasted hundreds of years. The lands of Islam were invaded by a marauding nation known as the Christian Franks. Chanting “God Wills It” they unleashed their bloodlust on the Ummah of Muhammad (peace be upon him) …” Please support and download from Islamicle…
 
There are currently eleven million Uyghurs living in China, but more than one million are being held in so-called reeducation camps. A cultural genocide is taking place under the guise of counterterrorism. In this profound and explosive book, Sean Roberts shows how China is using the US-led global war on terror to erase and replace Uyghur culture a…
 
Hoda El Shakry’s book The Literary Qurʾan: Narrative Ethics in the Maghreb (Fordham University Press, 2019) was awarded the ACLA’s 2018 Helen Tartar Book Subvention Award and the MLA’s 2020 Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for Comparative Literary Studies. It examines the influence of Qurʾanic textual, hermeneutical, and philosophical traditions on …
 
The Middle East peace process begins to fracture as Israel adopts a harder stance. Things get worse for the Palestinians after the 9-11 attacks. And then the US launches another war against Iraq.โดย Abu Ibrahim Ismail
 
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