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!
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.
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).
English Friday Sermon by Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
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.
70% Halal is a Podcast created by three young Muslim adults. Our goal is simple. There is no platform for Muslims and Non-Muslims to discuss and get different perspectives about real life issues that everybody goes through. We aim to break that barrier and increase the communication between people of different generations. Thereby creating stronger individuals and a healthier society as a whole. Our goal is to throw some extra light and tackle some of the most controversial stories/issues we face as Muslims today.
The Truth about Muslims Podcast equips listeners to think critically about media, Muslims and the mission of God. Since 9/11, people are asking "What is really going on in the Muslim world?" "Is the media giving us the whole picture?" "Do we have reason to fear?" As Christians, "How should we respond?"
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.
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!
Join us this week on The Wudu Room Islamic Podcast as we talk about Intentions, and some improptu Islam in the West commentary We hope you benefit and enjoy! Questions, Comments, or suggestions for future topics? Drop us a line at email@example.com 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: January 30, 2016 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
Deepa Iyer View on Amazon Deepa Iyer is the author of We Too Sing America: South Asian, Arab, Muslim, and Sikh Immigrants Shape Our Multiracial Future (The New Press, 2015). Iyer is Senior Fellow at Center for Social Inclusion and was Executive Director of South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) for a decade prior. Drawing on professional experiences in the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division and years leading a national advocacy organization, Iyer weaves personal anecdotes, excellent elite interviews, and policy recommendations into We Too Sing America. She calls out the organized anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim political movement in the country and calls for mobilized political action by South Asians to resist these threats. Scholars and policy practitioners interested in immigrant rights will enjoy this new book.
Anita Weiss View on Amazon Pakistan is often caricatured and stereotyped as a volatile nuclear country on the precipice of disaster. Such depictions are often especially acerbic when comes to the issue of Women's rights in the country. In her important new book, Interpreting Islam, Modernity, and Women's Rights in Pakistan (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), Anita Weiss, Professor of International Studies at the University of Oregon, provides a much-needed corrective to such sensationalist stereotypes. By exploring how multiple state and non-state actors have engaged the question of gender and women's rights over time and space, Weiss demonstrates ways in which a diversity of voices in Pakistan conduct what she calls "everyday Ijtihad," thus offering a much more nuanced and informed perspective. In our conversation, we talked about a range of issues such as the history of the Pakistani state's approach towards defining and engaging women's rights, the role of Progressive NGOs like the Aura ...
- Where we are so far -- In 632 CE Prophet Muhammad died and Abu Bakr was chosen by the residents of Medina as the Caliph -- Soon after, several of the Arab tribes that were allied with the Prophet rebelled against Abu Bakr -- Abu Bakr and his general KIW led a successful campaign to bring these tribes back in line -- These were known as the Ridda, or Apostasy Wars -- Abu Bakr commanded KIW to begin an invasion of southern Persia. -- KIW was successful and conquered most of the area around the Euphrates River -- At the same time, Abu Bakr also ordered Abu Ubaidah to lead an invasion into Syria -- Abu Ubaidah ran into strong resistance so Abu Bakr had KIW come from Persia to assist -- KIW led the Muslims to conquer Syria all the way up to Damascus -- Back in Medina, Abu Bakr died and Umar ibn Al-Khattab became the Caliph -- Umar removed KIW as the leader of the Muslim armies and put Abu Ubaidah back in charge -- The Romans and Syrians got over their initial shock of the Muslim invas ...
The Muslim Life Hackers Podcast: Personal Growth | Leadership | Legacy Building | Life Hacks | Islam
Welcome to the final episode of season three. In this episode, we take a break from our usual interviews and talk about things we've learned, achievements and more. Please leave your comments on this episode over at http://www.muslimlifehackers.com/3-9
Join us this week on The Wudu Room Islamic Podcast as we talk about Prophets in our series about the Stories of the Prophets of God. This week, we Talk about Prophet Isa (Jesus), and before him Zacharia and Haroon! Inshallah. 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: January 18, 2016 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
Today on a very special episode of 70% Halal we discuss feminism. Feminism is becoming a political movement, not just a matter of self-help anymore. Nour joins us to talk about how feminism played into her life and the negative effects it had on her. There is a fine line between being confident and empowered and just going overboard. Join us as we tackle the discussion of feminism and how it can be used properly and improperly. Great episode for guys and girls to listen to as there are many factors that contribute to modern day feminism.
Patrick D. Bowen View on Amazon In the current political moment there is widespread anti-Muslim rhetoric and it would be easy to conclude that a large portion of white Americans see Islam at odds with American values. But a longer view of history reveals a long-standing appreciation for Islam and even conversion to the tradition among white Americans. Patrick D. Bowen, and independent scholar, uncovers this rich history in A History of Conversion to Islam in the United States, Volume 1: White American Muslims before 1975 (Brill, 2015). Bowen outlines Americans view Islam in 19th century and early 20th century and demonstrates the various motivations for conversion. Early converts who 'Turned Turk' were seen as renegades by most of their peers but the broadening of American liberal religiosity throughout the 19th century fostered further intellectual engagement with the tradition. Early 20th century saw significant changes in the social landscape that shaped conversion. It was now s ...
"Marriage is a beautiful thing, if it is done right. To have that kind of companionship and support, it will literally feel like a precursor to paradise in this world". - Sheikh Musleh Khan Joining us on the show today is Sheikh Musleh Khan. Sheikh Musleh serves as one of North America’s youngest Imams at the Islamic Institute of Toronto and does a wide range of work including relationship and marriage counseling. In this interview, we tackle the million dollar question - how to get married along with related topics such as readiness for marriage, what to look for, managing pressures associated with this search and more. Questions Asked: - Tell us a bit about yourself and what you do? - How do you know you are "ready" for marriage? - The great search - how do we find someone to get married to? - Why is it that we struggle to get married in the first place? - How does dishonesty play into finding a spouse? - How can we cope with the pressure and expectations to get married? - How do ...
Mayanthi Fernando View on Amazon Mayanthi Fernando's The Republic Unsettled: Muslim French and the Contradictions of Secularism (Duke University Press, 2014) is an important and provocative book. Drawing on years of field work, the book makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the complex interactions between religion and politics in contemporary France. Considering the Islamic revival and public debates provoked initially by the "headscarf crisis" of the late 1980s, the book examines the ethical, social, and political lives of the Muslim French men and women whose religiosity is so often regarded as "incommensurable" with the democratic culture and politics of the nation. Rather than churning existing conversations about Islam in France that tend to fixate on immigration and integration, The Republic Unsettled thinks through citizenship, exploring the ways Muslim French bring together Islam and the values of the secular-republican nation, articulating new ways of b ...
Join us this week on The Wudu Room Islamic Podcast as we talk about Prophets in our series about the Stories of the Prophets of God. This week, we Talk about Prophet Isa (Jesus)! Inshallah. We hope you benefit and enjoy! Questions, Comments, or suggestions for future topics? Drop us a line at email@example.com 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: December 27, 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