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From the folks who brought you the Islamic History Podcast, comes a podcast about the Prophet of Islam. In this podcast, we discuss the life of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. We will also cover his family, friends, victories and defeats. This may be the most comprehensive podcast about the life of the Last Messenger of God.
 
Join Shaykh Dr. Yasir Qadhi as he unravels one of the most heart-wrenching stories in the the Seerah of the Prophet (SAW). Study the biography of the single greatest human being that ever walked the surface of this earth, whom Allah sent as a Mercy to Mankind. For any general feedback or technical issues please contact: seerah.contact@gmail.com If you would like to support: Please keep Yasir Qadhi and me in your Duas. Copyright @ Memphis Islamic Center
 
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Imam Ali and Lady Fatima got married in the 2nd year AH. This lecture covers: - Lady Fatima's age at marriage (Shia vs Sunni views) - The people who unsuccessfully proposed to Fatima (and their reactions to the rejection) - Imam Ali's bridal gift for Lady Fatima - Their valima (the wedding feast) Lecture notes available at http://www.why-quran.org/…
 
A conversation with Polymnia Athanassiadi (University of Athens) about the way of life that ended in late antiquity. Scholars of Byzantium and the Middle Ages may see this as a period of new beginnings, but Polymnia doesn't want us to forget the practices and urban values that came to an end during it. The conversation touches on issues raised thro…
 
Remembrance of Allah Most High (Dhikr) is one of the virtuous acts of worship through which we can draw closer to Him Most High. Shaykh Faraz Rabbani reminds us that reciting the blessed words of dhikr such as “Subhan Allah”, “Alhamdulilah”, “Laa ilaaha ill-Allah” and “Allahu Akbar” is a gift. However, engaging our hearts can make us feel the Love …
 
A conversation with Elena Boeck (DePaul University) about her recent book The Bronze Horseman of Justinian in Constantinople: The Cross-Cultural Biography of a Mediterranean Monument (Cambridge University Press 2021). Though it is often overlooked today, Justinian's column and colossal statue, which stood for a thousand years next to Hagia Sophia, …
 
This lecture covers how the prophet changed Yathrib's name to Medina, the rise of hypocrisy in Medina as political expediency caused people to convert without having any Islamic conviction, the first time Muslims were given permission to fight and why it was granted, and the first five military expeditions of the Muslims. Practical Lessons: 1. No v…
 
A conversation with Roderick Beaton (King's College London, emeritus) on his new book The Greeks: A Global History (Basic Books 2021). We discuss different ways to define who "the Greeks" were and are (in Byzantium Graikos meant a "Greek-speaker"); the diversity of groups that make up this story; how Byzantium can be featured in a diachronic histor…
 
The Prophet Muhammad had been invited to Medina to quell tensions in the city. With a few months of arriving, he created a social contract between the different tribes in they city, specifying the behaviors expected from each group: Ansar, Muhajireen, Jews, and Polythiests Practical Lessons: 1. The importance of writing down contracts. This was an …
 
Sayyida ‘A’isha (Allah be pleased with her) related that “The Messenger of Allah (peace & blessings be upon him) would remember Allah in all his states.” [Muslim] In this khutba, Shaykh Faraz Rabbani explains how to connect with the heart and essence of the example of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him): being consistent in remem…
 
A conversation with Mirela Ivanova (University of Sheffield) on the creation of the Slavonic alphabet and the lives of its creators, the Byzantine missionaries Constantine-Cyril and Methodios. Despite the huge importance attributed to these men and their activities in modern scholarship, national narratives, and Slavic Orthodox identity, our knowle…
 
After Prophet Muhammad settled in Abu Ayyub al-Ansari's home in Medina, he purchased the lot next to it and started building a masjid there. This became known as Al Masjid an-Nabawi (the Prophet's Mosque) and Masjid al-Haram (the Sacred Mosque). Azan was legislated soon after, and within half a year after hijra the Second Pact of Brotherhood was ma…
 
Prophet Muhammad's arrival in Quba, the building of the Quba Masjid, and how Prophet Muhammad let Allah guide him through his camel to find a place to stay at in Medina, with the camel stopping at Abu Ayyub al Ansari's home. Lecture by Sheikh Azhar Nasser Lecture notes available at http://www.why-quran.org/blog/30-hijra-the-first-masjid/ Subscribe …
 
In this Friday Khutba, Shaykh Faraz Rabbani discusses relationships and how being a vicegerent of Allah on earth is about being true to Allah. This is capitulated in one of the most comprehensive chapters in the Quran, Surah al Asr. Shaykh Faraz reflects on Sura al Asr in light of the day of Truth and Reconciliation. For more SeekersGuidance podcas…
 
When Prophet Muhammad learned about the assassination plot against him, he choose his most trustworthy companion to be the decoy: Ali ibn Abi Talib. Why did Abu Bakr migrated with the Prophet? Sunni vs Shia views on the merits of the Quranic verse on Abu Bakr during this hijrat (Quran 9:40), and the first instance of enmity towards the prophet expr…
 
Medina (Yathrib) was ideally suited to be the new home to the Prophet's message. This lecture describes what it was that made Medina a good location, the gradual emigration of Muslims to Medina along with the challenges they faced, the first of the two brotherhood pacts made by the muslims, and the plot to assissinate the prophet. By Sheikh Azhar N…
 
In this episode of the SeekersGuidance podcast, Shaykh Faraz explains the importance of praising Allah. He explains the concept of praise and how participating in praising Allah is a blessing in itself. For more SeekersGuidance podcast shows, visit seekersguidance.org/podcast Help SeekersGuidance reach millions around the world through reliable kno…
 
Medina (Yathrib) was in the middle of the civil war, when one of the factions was introduced to the Prophet Muhammad. The encounter left two men captivated, and gradually more and more people became enamored by his message. All in strict secrecy. By Sheikh Azhar Nasser Lecture notes available at why-quran.org/blog/tag/life-of-prophet-muhammad. Subs…
 
Shaykh Faraz reminds us of the fleeting nature of mortal love and the importance of love as it relates to Allah Most High and his messenger (Allah bless him and give him peace). Shaykh Faraz explains why lessons of Love should be approached with humility. For more SeekersGuidance podcast shows, visit seekersguidance.org/podcast Help SeekersGuidance…
 
Before the Prophet Muhammad's hijra to Medina, he first tried migrating to other cities. Here's what happened. By Sheikh Azhar Nasser Lecture notes available at why-quran.org/blog/tag/life-of-prophet-muhammad. Subscribe at http://www.why-quran.org/subscribe/ to watch the lectures live and participate in the Q&A at the end of each class. Video recor…
 
The Quraysh boycott Bani Hashim, demanding they hand over Prophet Muhammad. By Sheikh Azhar Nasser Lecture notes available at why-quran.org/blog/tag/life-of-prophet-muhammad. Subscribe to watch the lectures live and participate in the Q&A at the end of each class. Video recording of this lecture + Q&A available here.…
 
The Prophet Muhammad visits Bayt al-Ma'mur, the rivers Kawthar and Rahmah during meraj, and the lote tree Sidratul Muntaha, by Sheikh Azhar Nasser Lecture notes available at why-quran.org/blog/tag/life-of-prophet-muhammad. Subscribe to watch the lectures live and participate in the Q&A at the end of each class. Video recording of this lecture + Q&A…
 
In this podcast, Shaykh Abdullah Misra reflects on the similarities between covid quarantine and the spiritual retreat. A spiritual retreat is when one wants to be cut off from the worldliness of the world, explains Shaykh Abdullah. He also gives an example of the Prophet Muhammad (Allah bless him and give him peace) migrating to the land of Madina…
 
In this Friday reminder, Shaykh Faraz Rabbani explains a few of the opening verses of the Burda of Imam Busiri. Shaykh Faraz explains not all the importance of counsel but the effect of bad counsel. The purpose of good counsel is one’s choice; the believer chooses what is most pleasing to Allah Most High. Seeking the relative good in this life and …
 
In this Friday reminder, Shaykh Faraz Rabbani reminds all of the importance of guarding one’s heart. How various things affect the heart, such as sins, wronging doings, and inappropriate thoughts. Shaykh Faraz explains one of the first things that affect one’s heart and one’s submission to Allah Most High is speaking ill of the Ulama. Guarding the …
 
We know so much about the Byzantines, and yet really so little. If we had the chance to meet and debrief one person from that world, who would it be? Join me in conversation with Paroma Chatterjee (University of Michigan) and Merle Eisenberg (National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center, University of Maryland), as we wrestle with that question. W…
 
The Prophet Muhammad's journey during meraj, and what he witnessed as he traveled through the heavens, by Sheikh Azhar Nasser Lecture notes available at why-quran.org/blog/tag/life-of-prophet-muhammad. Subscribe to watch the lectures live and participate in the Q&A at the end of each class. Video recording of this lecture + Q&A available here.…
 
In this Eid al-Adha sermon, Shaykh Faraz Rabbani draws on key passages of the Quran on Allah’s mercy and love for His servants. For more SeekersGuidance podcast shows, visit seekersguidance.org/podcast Help SeekersGuidance reach millions around the world through reliable knowledge and guidance from qualified scholars, completely free: become a mont…
 
The Prophet Muhammad's journey during meraj, and what he witnessed as he traveled through the heavens, by Sheikh Azhar Nasser Lecture notes available at why-quran.org/blog/tag/life-of-prophet-muhammad. Subscribe to watch the lectures live and participate in the Q&A at the end of each class. Video recording of this lecture + Q&A available here.…
 
In this Friday reminder, Shaykh Faraz reminds all why the month of Dhul Hijja is sacred. It is a month Allah swore by; it is a month one can take the opportunity to turn to Allah Most High. Renewing one’s subtle relationship with Allah reminds Shaykh Faraz. In the days of Dhul Hijja, is a chance to see the divine closeness. For more SeekersGuidance…
 
A conversation with Lynn Jones (Florida State University) on how fragments of the True Cross were requested, gifted, traveled, repatriated, abducted, and returned in the early Byzantine period; how they were used to validate rival claims to power; and the anxiety caused by doubts over their authenticity. The conversation is based on a number of Lyn…
 
Isra, the miraculous night journey the Prophet Muhammad took at night, and Meraj, his ascention to heaven, by Sheikh Azhar Nasser Lecture notes available at why-quran.org/blog/tag/life-of-prophet-muhammad. Subscribe to watch the lectures live and participate in the Q&A at the end of each class. Video recording of this lecture + Q&A available here.…
 
In this reminder from the SeekersGuidance Canada Friday Circle of Remembrance. Shaykh Faraz Rabbani reminds all the believers of what it means to love and the importance of loving but loving all else for the love of Allah. He quotes some of the early Muslims on some of the signs of loving Allah and when one has loved Allah. Love entails that one lo…
 
In this short reminder, Shaykh Faraz Rabbani reminds the believers that of the greatest gifts one has is the Prophet Muhammad (Allah bless him and give him peace). One should recognize this gift and renew the commitment of this gift, explains Shaykh Faraz. Shaykh Faraz explains why one should be in a state of joy on the sending of the Prophet Muham…
 
A conversation with Sean Anthony (Ohio State University) about the earliest sources for the life of the Prophet Muhammad, including the Quran, papyri, inscriptions, and Christian sources of the seventh century, and how Muslims were initially perceived by the Romans of the eastern provinces. The conversation is based on Sean's book Muhammad and the …
 
How Umar converted and his impact on Islam, as well as the Abyssinian king Najashi's conversion to Islam, by Sheikh Azhar Nasser Lecture notes available at why-quran.org/blog/tag/life-of-prophet-muhammad. Subscribe to watch the lectures live and participate in the Q&A at the end of each class. Video recording of this lecture + Q&A available here.…
 
Why did the Muslims return from Abyssinia? Debunking myths and rumors, by Sheikh Azhar Nasser Lecture notes available at why-quran.org/blog/tag/life-of-prophet-muhammad. Subscribe to watch the lectures live and participate in the Q&A at the end of each class. Video recording of this lecture + Q&A available here.…
 
Stories of the first two hijras, which went to Abyssinia. Given by Sheikh Azhar Nasser Lecture notes available at why-quran.org/blog/tag/life-of-prophet-muhammad. Subscribe to watch the lectures live and participate in the Q&A at the end of each class. Video recording of this lecture + Q&A available here.…
 
A conversation with Daniëlle Slootjes (University of Amsterdam) on the behavior of crowds in late antique Rome and Constantinople, based on her chapter "Crowd Behavior in Late Antique Rome," in the edited volume Pagans and Christians in Late Antique Rome: Conflict, Competition, and Coexistence in the Fourth Century (Cambridge 2015) 178-194. As our …
 
A conversation with Marc Lauxtermann (University of Oxford) on how to read Byzantine poetry on its own terms and in its own context. We talk about how modern Romantic notions of poetry as well as the ancient meters of classical Greek have distorted the expectations that we place on Byzantine poetry, and then discuss the specific contexts that gave …
 
Additional tactics the Quraysh used to attack Prophet Muhammad and his message. Lecture notes available here. Subscribe to watch the lectures live and participate in the Q&A at the end of each class. Video recording of this lecture + Q&A available here.โดย Why Quran?
 
In this podcast, Imam Yama Niazi reminds all that there are great days that remind everyone of Allah, and the day of Badr is one of those days. It is a victory of Allah. It is the first battle between truth and falsehood for Muslims. The night before the battle was to occur, the Prophet Muhammad (Allah bless him and give him peace) demonstrated his…
 
We know so much about Byzantium, and yet really so little. If we had the chance to meet and debrief one person who had experienced some part of it first-hand, who would it be? Join me in a conversation with Fotini Kondyli (University of Virginia) and Alexander Sarantis (University of Warsaw), which wrestles with that question. What person would ans…
 
This class is based on some of the key works on spiritual teaching. Shaykh Faraz Rabbani opens up by explaining how one deals with the test and how the nature of this life is meant to be a test for the believers. As a means to getting closer to Allah Most High. He explains a few of the aphorisms of one of the greatest spiritual masters in Islam, Ib…
 
A conversation with Cecily Hilsdale (McGill University) about the history and ritual functions of Egyptian obelisks, from ancient Egypt down to Rome, Constantinople, and beyond. What do obelisks mean to say and how do they function in their architectural settings, especially in the hippodrome of Constantinople? How do they project imperial ideologi…
 
A conversation with Alexander Lingas (City University of London) on the debates surrounding the reconstruction of Byzantine music. We discuss the common origins of western and eastern Christian traditions, when they parted ways, and how both traditions passed through phases of reinvention. Why does the modern performance of Gregorian Chant sound so…
 
Shaykh Faraz presents Imam Ghazali’s exposition in the second chapter of the Ihya on the Principles of Beliefs, that faith presented through submission and worship. For more SeekersGuidance podcast shows, visit seekersguidance.org/podcasts. Help SeekersGuidance reach millions around the world through reliable knowledge and guidance from qualified s…
 
A conversation with Elizabeth Dospěl Williams (Dumbarton Oaks, Museum Department) on how people in Byzantium experienced the materiality of the objects they used, especially jewelry and textiles. We look at some of those objects together, discuss their qualities, and situate our engagement with material culture in broader discussions of historical …
 
7 tactics the Quraysh used to attack Prophet Muhammad and his message. Lecture notes available here. Subscribe to watch the lectures live and participate in the Q&A at the end of each class. Video recording of this lecture + Q&A available here.โดย Why Quran?
 
10 reasons why the Quraysh were opposed to Islam Lecture notes available here. Subscribe to watch the lectures live and participate in the Q&A at the end of each class. Video recording of this lecture + Q&A available here.โดย Why Quran?
 
Shaykh Faraz Rabbani explains that the reality of religion and faith revolves around love and gratitude. Allah Most High tells us, “And those who believe are more intense in their love of Allah.” (Quran) Everything we do in Ramadan and in our lives should express love for Allah, in the ways beloved to Allah. This Friday, khutba was delivered at the…
 
A conversation with Alexander Sarantis (Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum Mainz) on the socio-economic impact of raiding on the lives of provincials as well as the military history of the empire and its finances. Who were these raiders? What did they want? How did provincials and the empire as a whole respond to them? A fear of marauders probably …
 
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