Best Islamic podcasts (updated May 23, 2015). Audio Quran, messages, and more.
Discussions with Scholars of Islam about their New Books
Radio Ahmadiyya - the real voice of Islam is a weekly Radio Broadcast in the Urdu language with the mandate to educate its listeners about Islam and Ahmadiyyat. It presents the teachings of Islam as explained in the Holy Qur'an and by the Holy Prophet of Islam, Muhammad (Peace and Blessings of Allah be on him).
Bayyinah Institute podcast. Started as a service to the community doing tafseer of Qur'an to raise awareness about the Bayyinah Dream Campus.
Ever wondered what Dracula and Muslims have in common? How much of that Assassin's Creed franchise is really true? Just how and why did the Sunnis and Shiites split apart? Muttaqi Ismail is an Islamic history nerd who goes deep into some of history's most entertaining and amazing stories as it relates to Islam and Muslims.
MCEC also known as Palmers Green Mosque is one of the newest but already well established mosques in North London in the UK. With regular events and activities it has a growing congregation who savour visiting and being involved. These khutbahs are delivered by our full time Imam as well as visiting speakers.
Tous les audios (prêches, conférences, cours ...) enregistrés à la mosquée Tawhid Halluin (Nord, France): Sheikh Mohamed El Khayat, Nordine Abou Maryam, Mohamed Abou Safya ...
Alislam.org provides these sermons every friday via this podcast in different languages and formats for free.
Khutbah's, Lectures, & More from Qalam Institute.
Free lessons, lectures, and reminders from the SeekersHub Toronto (www.SeekersHub.org), a project of SeekersGuidance (www.SeekersGuidance.org).
Welcome to the Muslim Life Hackers podcast. The weekly podcast providing you with the knowledge, tools and connections to help you get ahead in life. Find all the recaps of our show as well as the resources mentioned at www.muslimlifehackers.com/podcast.
The Wudu Room Podcast is a weekly Islamic Podcast that delves into the day-to-day aspects of being Muslims in today's society. Topics covered include current events, hadith of the week, and relevant discussions about the challenges of being a Muslim in the West. We are, at heart, just a bunch of guys looking to give the world a fresh spin on things. We hope you enjoy!
A selection of talks given at the annual symposia of the Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi Society
Historical surveys and current discussions about culture, religion, and politics in Muslim settings
Inviting to the Straight Path Radio is your place to discuss world issues from an Islamic view perspective. This is the place where new Muslims can share their revert stories, where Muslims can express their feelings about political and social issues. It is a place that will give all people a voice and a chance to question Muslims on our beliefs and the way we are being portrayed. Please join us.
A dynamic, vibrant and on one note a serious organisation. Seriously interested in delivering a great & important message, something that all people need to know! That is; Tawheed (unity of Allah-God) and the message of a great man, the Prophet Muhammad [peace on him]. With that in mind, At-Tawheed Association is reviving a legacy and a return to the life of the Prophet and his fellow companionship's lifestyle with the Prophet. A history of authentic traditions and early scholarships according to the methodology of the latter plays a vital role, alongside this, we are cultivating an approach for people to take Islamic Knowledge in a proper and intellectual way which is know why you do the act before you say or thinks it a fact. A sincere venture founded to give you a taste and appreciation into the message of Islam, catering for people from all walks of life and for all categories of people, in a professional, systematic and easy to digest learning approach.
The Revival of the Sunna and the Destruction of Innovation
Assalamualikum wr wb brothers and sisters! Welcome to the Central MOD blogspot run by youth in the central London area, providing activities and Islamic circles for youth, dealing with our issues, on the level, in a way we can understand. We hope to engage. entertain and excite Inshallah!
Studies on the subject of women's participation in religious and intellectual life in Islam have been few. Women and the Transmission of Religious Knowledge in Islam (Cambridge University Press, 2013) by Asma Sayeed, professor of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures at UCLA, is a much needed addition to the fields of early and classical Islamic history, the study of hadith and its transmission, and women's studies. Professor Sayeed leads readers through nine centuries, from the seventh to sixteenth century CE, of religious, social, and intellectual history of women's participation as transmitters of hadith, the words and actions of Muhammad. Women's participation within this area was not static, but ebbed and flowed throughout history as demonstrated in this book's four chapters. Women were critical in the dissemination of hadith in the first century of Islam. As the study of hadith became more specialized from the fourth to tenth century, women were marginalized as transmitters which Sayeed...
Finality of The Prophethood
A Talk with Ibrahim Ikhlaf of Marrakesh
Tafseer of Surah Taha – Day 14: Ayahs 69 – 72 05-18-15
Prophet Lot originally left Babylon with Prophet Ibrahim and Sarah. It seems he was called to warn the people of Sodom while Ibrahim and his wife continued on to Egypt. Continue reading at Islamic Histor Ninja...
Shaykh Hasan Ali askes us the ponder on the meaning of Surah Ar-Rahman and the lessons we can take from it
Asaad al-Saleh is assistant professor of Arabic, comparative literature, and cultural studies in the Department of Languages and Literature and the Middle East Center at the University of Utah. His research focuses on issues related to autobiography and displacement in Arabic literature and political culture in the Arab world. His Book Voices of the Arab Spring: Personal Stories from the Arab Revolutions (Columbia University Press, 2015) is narrated by dozens of activists and everyday individuals, documenting the unprecedented events that led to the collapse of dictatorial regimes in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and Yemen.
2015.05.15 - La vie du prophète - 70 - Le voyage nocturne dans sourate Al-isra
English Translation of Friday Sermon delivered by Khalifatul Masih on May 15th 2015 (audio)
The Beginning of Guidance – Etiquette of the Student and of the Child 05-14-15 THIS IS THE FINAL EPISODE IN THE SERIES.
Episode 106 Seerah – Life of the Prophet: 2 more Expeditions 05-12-15
Tafseer of Surah Taha – Day 13: Ayahs 57 – 68 05-11-15
Finality of The Prophethood
Finality of The Prophethood
Adolf Hitler famously (and probably) said in a speech to his military leaders "Who, after all, speaks to-day of the annihilation of the Armenians?" This remark is generally taken to suggest that future generations won't remember current atrocities, so there's no reason not to commit them. The implication is that memory has something like an expiration date, that it fades, somewhat inevitably, of its own accord. At the heart of Fatma Muge Gocek's book is the claim that forgetting doesn't just happen. Rather, forgetting (and remembering) happens in a context, with profound political and personal stakes for those involved. And this forgetting has consequences. Denial of Violence: Ottoman Past, Turkish Present, and Collective Violence against the Armenians 1789-2009 (Oxford University Press, 2015) looks at how this process played out in Turkey in the past 200 years. Gocek looks at both the mechanisms and the logic of forgetting. In doing so she sets the Turkish decisions to reinterpret the...
The story of Noah and the Great Flood is one that exists in both the Quran and the Bible. However, there is no recorded history of its occurrence. Continue reading...
Imam Ajmal Masroor discusses the lessons of mercy and compassion in Islam
2015.05.08 - La vie du prophète - 69 - Les réfrences pour les récits et pour le voyage nocturne
2015.05.01 - La vie du prophète - 68 - Les divergences concernant le voyage nocturne
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English Translation of Friday Sermon delivered by Khalifatul Masih on May 08th 2015 (audio)
The Beginning of Guidance – The Etiquette of The Scholar 05-07-2015
Michael Birkel's Qur'an in Conversation (Baylor University Press, 2014) challenges its readers to think deeply about the Qur'an. The book will likely leave the reader with many answers but also many questions. By drawing on academic scholars, imams, lawyers, and activists this edited volume presents a series of compelling, masterfully written, digestible, and personal accounts of the Qur'an. It addresses tough questions about violence, gender, interfaith relations, and authority, but not in an apologetic manner. The authors make clear that the Qur'an is not merely an old text, but also a living text, teeming with evolving interpretations and debates. Because all of the writers are based in the United States, moreover, the Qur'an in Conversation seamlessly incorporates discussions of the Qur'an with contemporary issues in American culture. It thus becomes clear that the Qur'an is an American text as well as an Arabic text and a Muslim text. The chapters are arranged thematically, and one...
Episode 105 Seerah – Life of the Prophet: The Story of Zainab 05-05-15
Tafseer of Surah Taha – Day 12: Ayahs 48 – 56 05-04-15
Shaykh Salah discusses the aspects of sensibilities and reasonableness in the religious discourse in our community
Khutbah: Social Justice in light of Baltimore 05-02-2015
The Beginning of Guidance – Etiquette with Allāh Most High 05-01-15
English Translation of Friday Sermon delivered by Khalifatul Masih on May 01st 2015 (audio)
2015.04.24 - La vie du prophète - 67 - Le miracle, Alkarama et la sorcellerie
Episode 104 Seerah – Life of the Prophet: The Battle of Badr and Surah Al-Anfal 04-28-15
Mifrah and Maheen, in and M&Ms episode, talk about the season 2 finale of the podcast as well answer listener questions and asks about productivity, life, business and the upcoming season. Highlights from the show: -Upcoming Muslim Life Hackers projects - “What top five things will make me a highly effective person?” -“Can you start a online entrepreneur business with nil money?” -“What have been your personal development struggles and how did you overcome them?” -“Do you have productivity tips for creative minds?” -“What misconceptions about Islam frustrate you the most?” -“ When does season 3 start and why can’t it start sooner?” -Season 2 highlights References: Connect with Muslim Life Hackers on the VIP list: http://muslimlifehackers.com/vip To find out more on this episode plus others visit: http://muslimlifehackers.com
Tafseer of Surah Taha – Day 11: Ayahs 43 – 47 04-27-15
The Aad and the Thamud are two nations mentioned several times in the Quran. They are often discussed when Allah is directing our attention to people who disobeyed Him and were punished as a result. The exact time of their existence is nearly impossible to determine. But we can conclude from the verses of the Quran that they lived sometime after the flood of Noah and before the time of Ibrahim (AS). Both groups of people were located on the Arabian Peninsula but in two entirely different areas. Continue Reading...
Imam Abdussalam asks us to think about how we can individually help to improve the situation of Muslims around the world.
In his remarkable new book Aisha's Cushion: Religious Art, Practice, and Perception in Islam (Harvard University Press, 2012), Jamal Elias, Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, presents a magisterial study of Muslim attitudes towards visual culture, images, and perception. Through meticulous historical and textual analysis, Elias successfully unravels the stereotype that there is no place for visual images in Islam, or that calligraphy represents the only normative form of art in Islam. He shows that throughout history Muslims have approached the question of images and art in a much more nuanced and complicated fashion, while negotiating important philosophical, theological, and perceptual considerations. He argues that "Muslim thinkers have developed systematic and advanced theories of representation and signification, and that many of these theories have been internalized by Islamic society at large and continue to inform cultural attitudes toward the visual...
Join us this week on The Wudu Room Islamic Podcast as we talk about part 2 of Prophet Yousef (يوسف) in our series about the Stories of the Prophets of God. We hope you benefit and enjoy! Questions, Comments, or suggestions for future topics? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and make sure to subscribe on iTunes. Also find us on Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, Miro, Stitcher, and Youtube! Have a question you want answered? Send us an email, and we will have it answered by qualified leaders of our community. Recorded: April 19, 2015 As always, stay classy. Connect with Wudu Room podcast: www.wuduroom.com ► www.facebook.com/thewuduroom ► www.twitter.com/wuduroom ► www.instagram.com/wuduroom ► https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-wudu-room/id468002836 ► https://plus.google.com/+Wuduroom ► http://www.miroguide.com/audio/15854 ► http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/wudu-room-podcast/the-wudu-room?refid=stpr
Tafseer of Surah Taha – Day 10: Ayahs 40 – 43 04-20-15
Finality of The Prophethood
Finality of The Prophethood
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English Translation of Friday Sermon delivered by Khalifatul Masih on April 17th 2015 (audio)
2015.04.10 - La vie du prophète - 66 - Le voyage nocturne, un miracle
2015.04.03 - La vie du prophète - 65 - Les premiers contacts du prophéte SAWS avec les médinois
2015.03.27 - La vie du prophète - 64 - La rencontre avec la tribu Shibane