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Everything Everywhere Daily

Gary Arndt | Glassbox Media

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Learn something new every day! Everything Everywhere Daily is a daily podcast for Intellectually Curious People. Host Gary Arndt tells the stories of interesting people, places, and things from around the world and throughout history. Gary is an accomplished world traveler, travel photographer, and polymath. Topics covered include history, science, mathematics, anthropology, archeology, geography, and culture. Past history episodes have dealt with ancient Rome, Phoenicia, Persia, Greece, Chi ...
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This podcast is dedicated to exploring issues in some more depth and untangling the complexities of the world around us. We engage thinkers, academics, and scholars in conversation on a number of themes to appreciate the ideas that make up Islam as a system of thought.Follow us on https://www.thinkingmuslim.com/And twitter @thinking_muslim https://twitter.com/thinking_muslimEmail info@thinkingmuslim.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Muslim Women Talk Ramadan

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Welcome to the “Muslim Women Talk Ramadan” podcast; the first of its kind - by Muslim women, for Muslim women. Hosted by author Shelina Janmohamed, this podcast delves into personal Ramadan experiences, emphasising compassion, kindness, and self-respect. Tune in for candid conversations, expert insights, fun, humour and wisdom from incredible Muslim women. Think of this podcast as your BFF, Ramadan pep talk and weekly hug all wrapped up in one. Subscribe and find out more at http://www.musli ...
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The power of Data is undeniable. And unharnessed - it’s nothing but chaos. Making data your ally. Using it to lead with confidence and clarity. Host Jess Carter is solving problems in real-time to reveal what’s possible. Helping communities and people thrive. This is Data Driven Leadership, a show brought to you by Resultant.
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This podcast is brought to you by Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research. You'll find a variety of islamic lectures, conversations, and discussions on topics most important to you. At Yaqeen, we aim to make academic and Islamically-credible scholarship mainstream through accessible resources such as infographics, animations, podcasts, learning materials, and more. Visit www.yaqeeninstitute.org or download the Yaqeen app from the app store to continue dismantling doubts, nurturing conviction, ...
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Established in 1995 The Muslim Community Radio is a multicultural and multilingual Islamic radio station. It broadcasts to the Sydney community in general while incorporating elements that target the Islamic community of Sydney. It first transmitted twenty-four hours a day during the month of Ramadan of 1995 and has continued to broadcast during every month of Ramadan and Dhul-hijja (Pilgrimage month). In addition, in 1997 Muslim Community Radio was broadcasting on every Friday of that year ...
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സമസ്ത ഓണ്‍ലൈന്‍ ചാനല്‍ വഴി 'തിലാവ' റമദാന്‍ സ്‌പെഷ്യല്‍ പരിപാടികള്‍ സംപ്രേഷണം ചെയ്യുന്നു. വിശുദ്ധ ഖുര്‍ആനിലെ ‘സൂറത്തുന്നാസ്’ കൊണ്ട് തുടങ്ങി തെരഞ്ഞെടുക്കപ്പെട്ട അധ്യായങ്ങളാണ് ആദ്യഘട്ടത്തില്‍ തുടങ്ങുന്നത്. പാരായണ ശാസ്ത്ര നിയമങ്ങള്‍, അവതരണ പശ്ചാത്തലം, ആശയഗ്രഹണം എന്നിവ പ്രതിപാദിക്കുന്ന വിധമാണ് ക്ലാസുകള്‍ ക്രമീകരിച്ചിരിക്കുന്നത്. സമസ്ത കേരള ഇസ്‌ലാം മത വിദ്യാഭ്യാസ ബോര്‍ഡിന്റെ മുജവ്വിദുമാരായ മുസ്തഫ ഹുദവി കൊടുവള്ളി, എം.വി. ഇസ്മായില്‍ ഹുദവി ഏഴൂര്‍ എന്നിവരാണ് ക്ലാസിന് നേതൃത്വം നല്‍കുന്നത്. ദിവസവും രാവി ...
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A new podcast from Sports Direct about running during the month of Ramadan. Join Lutalo Muhammad as he speaks to members of the Muslim community from across the UK about their experience of maintaining fitness whilst fasting and what tips and advice they can offer others. 'Fast Enough: Ramadan Running' is bought to you by Sports Direct. Follow them on Instagram (@sportsdirectuk) and TikTok (@SportsDirect) for more great tips and insights into training during Ramadan.
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Join the faculty, staff, and guests of Zaytuna College as they reflect upon timeless reminders from the Qur’an and the Islamic tradition. Our Ramadan podcast highlights the applicability of Islam’s vast spiritual tradition and offers reliable companionship in your journey through this blessed month.
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Do you sometimes feel lost and alone in today’s chaotic world? During this holy month of Ramadan, embark on a journey of solace with ”My Only Refuge”. Each episode explores Quranic verses that illuminate God’s refuge and protection, and therefore induce much needed hope and comfort. Feel free to contact us via Email at info.teamraheem@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram at teamraheem_social
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My Ramadan features well-known Muslim personalities and everyday Australians sharing their experiences of Ramadan and Eid through five specially themed episodes. Join host Sarah Malik and guests including academic Susan Carland and Masterchef contestant Amina El Shafei as they talk navigating work while fasting, what it means to slow down and reject hustle culture, and how Ramadan connects to spirituality and self. We discover favourite Iftar food traditions and how Ramadan intersects with b ...
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Mahmoud Ramadan

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Audcode provides a quick Arabic summary for technical content (audio, video, articles, books) to keep yourself updated. The summary is provided from developers to developers.
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Box2Talks

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A Podcast that airs every Monday to Friday during this holy month of Ramadan with your three favourite hosts: Pangeran Siahaan, Iyas Lawrence and Tio Utomo. Talks about the good things in life to keep you company.
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Prepare for ramadan of 1440 a.h. / 2019 by subscribing to this podcast and listening to the taraweeh recording of last year. Beginning this ramadan, I will daily add the new recording of taraweeh in Mecca.
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Hello! Welcome to my Podcast. Please stay tuned for an amazing experience with me. By the way, It's Ramadan again and for the next 29 or 30 days, I'll be airing giving out some nuggets that could make for an awesome Ramadan experience. Let's get started! Cover art photo provided by Samuel Zeller on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@samuelzeller
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ICPB's 10th Educational Seminar: Benefiting from the Blessed Month of Ramadhan with guest speakers Abu Muhammad al-Maghribi and Saeed Rhaana, held at the Islamic Center of Palm Beach, North Palm Beach, FL USA from Sha'baan 18th - 20th, 1436AH (June 5th - 7th, 2015).
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Tafsīr al-Jalālayn is a classical interpretation of the Qur'an, composed by the two Imams, Jalal ad-Din al-Maḥalli and Jalal ad-Din as-Suyuti. Shaykh Ahsan Hanif explains the tafsir, covering each Juz of the Qur'an. Recorded at Green Lane Masjid during Ramadan 1441AH (2020).
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Ramadan - The Month of the Quran

Islamic Center of Palm Beach

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ICPB's 11th Educational Seminar: Ramadaan - The Month of the Quran with guest speaker Umar Quinn (imam of Masjid Rahmah, New Jersey), held at the Islamic Center of Palm Beach, North Palm Beach, FL USA from Ramadaan 8th - 11th, 1436AH (June 25th - 28th, 2015).
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“A Muslim & A Jew Go There” is a brand new podcast produced by Instinct Productions, hosted by comedian David Baddiel (author of “Jews Don’t Count”) and politician Sayeeda Warsi (“Muslims Don’t Matter”) who will take on whatever controversy hits the headlines each week, providing context and discussion around current political and cultural events involving and affecting British Muslims and Jews. Covering topics from antisemitism in the Labour party and Islamophobia in the Conservative Party ...
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The MuslimMatters podcast - because Muslims matter. We'll be sharing recordings of Islamic talks, audio versions of popular articles, and other original content with you.
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This sorta-weekly podcast focuses on stories drawn from across Islamic civilization. The language of the birds series tells (often mystical) tales of avians in islamic lit. The Ramadan blitz was a podcast-a-day series in Ramadan 1440/2019. Blog: https://samosazen.wordpress.com/ Insta: @arlatif24 Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/abdul-rahman-latif/support
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So much of the political commentary out there is stale, boring, and unoriginal. Turn off the predictable and superficial talking points, and tune in to a show that is clinically proven to raise your IQ. The Auron MacIntyre Show offers thought-provoking and mold-breaking insights you won’t find anywhere else. Auron draws from the best political thinkers throughout history to make sense of our current political climate in a way that is easy to digest. Join Auron and his guests on a journey to ...
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Atlantic Voice is the home of east coast documentary storytelling. Settle in for thoughtful radio docs and interviews that dive deep into the people of Atlantic Canada and what they're up to.
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Pioneer of FAST FM (Radio RAMADAN)in EUROPE... 1992 Presenter on Pennine Radio Bradford 1979 Asian Broadcaster since 1979 Presenter St. Luke's Sound Hospital Radio BRADFORD stlukessound.co.uk
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Lectures broadcasted at the Islamic Center of Palm Beach during Ramadan 1437 (2016) on the topic of Patience and Gratitude from a treatise written by the great scholar, Imam Ibnu Qayyim al-Jawziyyah. Excerpt from the translation: "The present text is an abridged translation of Ibn al-Qayyim’s famous work, ‘Uddat as-Sâbirîn wa Dhâkhirat ash-Shâkirîn (literally, The Equipment of the Patient and the Investment of the Grateful). This work deals with the closely-related topics of patience and gra ...
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Rainbow flags have invaded once again, as every corporation and government agency switch their logos and swear allegiance to the imperial faith. We discuss how June became the unofficial holy month of the new state religion. Follow on: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-auron-macintyre-show/id1657770114 Spotify: https://open.spotify.c…
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To rebuild a natural aristocracy that bases its power on community well-being, we must create alternative institutions outside the centralized state apparatus. Follow on: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-auron-macintyre-show/id1657770114 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3S6z4LBs8Fi7COupy7YYuM?si=4d9662cb34d148af Substack: http…
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The Philippines is one of the largest countries in the world. With a population of 115 million people, it is the 14th largest country in the world in terms of population. However, for a period of 48 years, it was a colony of the United States. That half-century was one of the most important in the history of the Philippines. It saw two major wars, …
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Sir Mark Rowley goes there… from pro-Palestine marches to far right protests and bad faith actors, the Metropolitan Police and its Chief have faced enormous challenges over the last 8 months. Sayeeda and David ask him about accusations of ‘two tier policing', of being too ‘woke’ as well as too 'fascist' and what the next government might look at in…
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The Left has wielded cancel culture to effectively silence right-wing opposition and stifle creativity. Lomez joins me to discuss his recent doxxing and how the Right can take the initiative when it comes to creating culture. Follow on: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-auron-macintyre-show/id1657770114 Spotify: https://open.spotify.…
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For thousands of years, wine has been one of the most important beverages in the world. It has been consumed by common folk and by emperors, and it can be made in a surprisingly wide variety of geographies. It can be made by backyard vintners as well as by megacorporations. It is so important that it plays a central role in some religions, yet it i…
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After the American War of Independence, Britain recognized the United States, but it didn’t necessarily make them close allies. Each country had its own agendas, and a generation later, they were butting heads again over a host of issues. The result was another war, but unlike the Revolutionary War, everyone claimed victory, and no one really won a…
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Can Christians who live under the protection of the current regime avoid conforming their beliefs to power? The writer and podcaster Kruptos joins me to discuss the dynamic relationship between the protection of the state and the obligation of its subjects. Follow on: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-auron-macintyre-show/id165777011…
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Books are one of the foundational tools of civilization. They allow us to pass knowledge and information between people who don’t know each other, and their compact form allows knowledge to be transported across vast distances. Their permanence allows information to be sent across time such that centuries might separate a writer from a reader. But …
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Furigana and English scripts are on my website: https://www.nihongoforyou.com/episodes/158national-craft-day-malaysian-craftsmanship-shinesnbsp [Japanese script] 先日、マレーシアのナショナルクラフトデーの催しで、さまざまな工芸品を見てきました。マレーシアでは毎年「ナショナルクラフトデー」が開催されています。これは、マレーシアの伝統工芸の重要性を再認識し、その発展を目的とした記念日です。この日には、伝統工芸品の展示販売や、職人によるデモンストレーション、ワークショップなどが行われ、多くの人々がマレーシアの伝統工芸に触れる機会となります…
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In the 19th century, several American universities began to compete with each other in several sporting events in friendly intercollegiate competitions. Fast forward over a hundred years, and college sports in the United States is a multibillion-dollar business. How did institutes of higher education become some of the biggest sports organizations …
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The world’s first Sikh court opened recently in the UK. Campaigner Pragna Patel of Project Resist has called it ‘a threat to women’s rights’. The barristers behind the court argue that it’s a way of plugging a gap in the legal system that’s desperately needed. Pragna and Sharan Bachu, Lead Family Judge at the Sikh Court, debate the issues. The lead…
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If you’ve ever been to Newfoundland, you know it’s a place where fog can envelop you so deeply, you don’t know where you’re going or where you came from. When two men, born in the same rural Newfoundland hospital on the same day, discover an unbelievable 52-year-old secret, it changes the way they see themselves forever. But this isn’t the end of t…
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The Thinking Muslim team was honoured to host this exclusive event at Gatton Road Mosque, London with two lucid and outstanding thinkers. Ahmed Paul Keeler and Imam Tom Facchine discussed Muslims in an Age of Crises. Recording from 19th April 2024 Join our Patreon to get access to exclusive monthly Zoom calls: / thethinkingmuslim You can also suppo…
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We sat down with Ustadh Yusuf Ponders, a dedicated researcher and manager at Sapience Institute’s Lighthouse Mentoring Project. He shares his experiences and the invaluable services provided by the project, which supports anyone in navigating and resolving their doubts and specious arguments concerning Islam. Yusuf discusses the typical profile of …
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Ninjas are awesome. They’re silent, they can turn invisible, and they can totally flip out and kill people, especially their mortal enemies…pirates. …or at least that is what popular culture would like you to believe. Were ninjas really as powerful as they are made out to be? Were they the ultimate silent assassins? Learn more about ninjas, real ni…
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Depending on how you define it, there were approximately 70 Roman Emperors. They were a mixed bag ranging from philosophers to the insane, from generals to children. Some were truly horrible, but some were actually pretty good at their job. In particular, there were five consecutive emperors who reigned during the peak of Pax Romana. Learn more abo…
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The Democrats are criminalizing political opposition. Conservatives might be uncomfortable with the idea of political enemies, but they do not disappear just because you close your eyes and wish upon the next election. Follow on: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-auron-macintyre-show/id1657770114 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/sho…
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On June 6, 1944, the largest amphibious landing in world history took place on the shore of Normandy, France. The allied forces called it D-Day. The landing marked the commencement of Operation Overlord, a strategic move that heralded the long-awaited opening of the second front in the European war. D-Day was the start of the most meticulously plan…
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As the election campaign ramps up, Labour have got themselves into hot water over the deselection of candidate Faiza Shaheen. Is Labour guilty of double standards on antisemitism and Islamophobia in the party, and is there a cynical attempt to weaponise racism for factional political purposes? Sayeeda and David discuss Biden’s ceasefire plan and wh…
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All men may be equal before God, but the attempt to enforce an unnatural equality in this life can have devastating consequences. We'll be exploring the thought of philosopher Nick Land and why he believes equality can lead to the fall of civilizations. Follow on: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-auron-macintyre-show/id1657770114 Sp…
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When President John F. Kennedy set the objective of landing on the moon before the end of the 1960s, no one really knew what it entailed. The Apollo program involved many incredible feats of engineering, but perhaps the most impressive was the development of the Apollo Lunar Module. The Lunar Module was unlike any spacecraft before or since. It was…
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What keeps formerly incarcerated individuals in their communities and out of prison? The Michigan Department of Corrections set out to answer that question. The key, they discovered, is education. Kyle Kaminski, offender success administrator at Michigan Department of Corrections, and Ben Wories, director of public sector services at Resultant, joi…
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Located between Mexico and Columbia, in a strategic area connecting the Atlantic and the Pacific, is the region we call Central America. The countries that makeup Central America were mostly former Spanish colonies, but unlike other Spanish colonies to the north and south, Central America wound up as a series of small countries rather than one big …
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Money is a very strange thing. All of us use it. We spend it, earn it, and save it. We know it when we see it. Yet, even some of the world’s best economists have a very hard time defining it. It has been around for thousands of years, yet innovation is still being made with it today. Learn more about the history of money, how it came about, and how…
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A common occurrence at many universities is that they have contentious relationships with their local community. This is not a recent development. It is something that has existed ever since universities were developed. The relationship between colleges and local towns was probably at its worst in 1355 when an outbreak of violence occurred at Oxfor…
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As the Pope apologises for using a homophobic slur, we hear from an openly gay priest, Fr James Alison, who claims that in the Catholic Church a majority of the clergy is homosexual. We also hear the views of the Pope’s biographer, Austen Ivereigh. Ahead of commemorations marking the 80th anniversary of the Normandy landings, the historian Sarah Me…
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The month of June was originally called Iunius by the Romans. It originally had 29 days and was the fourth month of the year. Today, it has 30 days, and it is the sixth month of the year. It used to be a bad omen to be married in June, and now it is the most popular month to be married in. However, despite all the changes in June, there is one thin…
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Join us on this episode for an inspiring conversation with Yacine Cissé about her Islamic journey, her experience with the Hijab, and navigating Halal Dating. Yacine opens up about the challenges she’s faced and the strength she’s found in staying true to her beliefs in today's world. This episode offers heartfelt insights and inspiration for anyon…
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Former president and presumed GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump has been found guilty in a political show trial. We'll discuss the fallout and what this means for elections and the rule of law going forward in the United States. Follow on: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-auron-macintyre-show/id1657770114 Spotify: https://open.s…
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In August of 1964, an event occurred off the waters of North Vietnam that would have repercussions that would echo in US foreign policy for decades. Two alleged confrontations between US Navy vessels and North Vietnamese ships set off a chain of events that resulted in a dramatic escalation in the United States' involvement in Vietnam and a subsequ…
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