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Little Su
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Poems written by my Daughter on Seasons and recited by me!
 
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MOAMAN MUSINGS
Weekly
 
In an effort to bring the many writings and musings of MOA to life, MOAMAN MUSINGS will be a journey into the mind of a true free thinking man of culture and intellect. You will hear short musings recited by MOA discussing any and every topic on the minds of many. There will be many a tangent and circuitous thought so listen closely. If you like thought provoking perspective and don't offend easily, enjoy.
 
Do you like puns? Do you particularity enjoy punny headlines in newspapers? Would you like to hear masses of them recited in quick succession? If so, you’ll probably enjoy Pun Watch. Pun Watch is a game show in which 3 or 4 funny people try to guess the correct pun-ish headline attached to various news stories from the week. Some of the puns are brilliant, some of them awful, and some are such tenuous stretches they’d make Lilia Stepanova wince (look her up). Either way, there’s lots of ‘em. ...
 
This podcast presents the series “Noble Ones Around The Chosen One”, by Shaykh Sadullah Khan, originally delivered at Masjid al-Furqan, Islamia College, in Cape Town, South Africa (https://www.islamiacollege.co.za/). The series highlights snapshots of the lives of the phenomenal people who were in the company of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him). Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) said about his companions (may God be pleased with them): “The best people are ...
 
Shaikh Ali ibn Abdurrahman Al-Huthaifi’s Recitation of the Quran with Translation of Its Meanings into French.
 
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Azhar Seelani
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The Media Hub for Islamic Lectures in Tamil
 
Personalized podcast of Jewish audio classes
 
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Islah-e-Nafs
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http://islahenafs.org/shaykh-humayun-hanif/
 
Quran Daily Podcast. You can subscribe and listen daily to the Holy Quran. The holy Quran is recited by Al-Haram Al-Shareef reciters. (Al-Shuraim and Al-Sudais)
 
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The 12th Hour
Weekly
 
At 12th & Broad, we collaborate with community partners to create unique events, experiences and stories showcasing Nashville's creative culture.
 
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Despite the unique importance of Shabbat observance, which is one of the most foundational Misvot in the Torah, it does not override the concern for human life. Only the three prohibitions of murder, idolatry, and sexual immorality must be avoided even at the expense of human life. All other Misvot, including Shabbat observance, are waived for ...…
 
It often happens that a person wants to move the Shabbat candlesticks, such as to make room on the table or for some other purpose. Similarly, people sometimes wish to move the Hanukah candles on Friday night after the candles have burned out, out of concern that the children might knock them over, or because they are taking up space. Under wha ...…
 
The Halachic authorities addressed the question as to the permissibility of staying in a hotel on Shabbat. When one stays in a hotel on Shabbat, he pays for services rendered specifically on Shabbat, which would seemingly violate the prohibition of Sechar Shabbat (receiving payment for work done on Shabbat). Rav Shelomo Kluger (Poland-Galicia, ...…
 
One of the categories of Mukseh discussed by the Halachic authorities in the context of the laws of Shabbat is “Mukseh Mahamat Hisaron Kis,” which refers to delicate items which are generally not handled when they are not being used for their primary function. The Shulhan Aruch (Orah Haim 308:1) gives the example of knives that are used for pro ...…
 
The custom in Aram Soba (Aleppo, Syria) – which is still observed by the Syrian Jewish community today – is to begin the Friday night prayer service with the chapter of Tehillim “Mizmor Le’David Havu L’Hashem Beneh Elim,” and then to proceed directly to Lecha Dodi, without reciting the Ana Be’cho’ah prayer. Lecha Dodi is followed by Mizmor Shir ...…
 
Episode 303 of Punwatch, with rules fluctuations and too much lewdness. Again. This episode is entitled Soviet Simians Juiced-Up Jail. There's also an inflated dog. Punsters: Alex Malone, David Shaw, James Ferris, Harry Brimage Host: Andrew Cherry
 
There is a well-known Halachic principle called “Kevan She’yasa Mosi,” which means that a person can perform a Misva to fulfill the obligation for somebody else, even though he had already fulfilled that Misva. For example, if a person is asked to blow the Shofar for somebody else on Rosh Hashanah, he may do so even though he had already fulfil ...…
 
There is a Halachic concept relevant to the laws of Shabbat called “Dabar She’eno Mitkaven,” which refers to a situation where one performs an essentially permissible act that could result in a Melacha (forbidden act). If the Melacha will inevitably result from the act in question, then the situation is called “Pesik Resheh,” and it is forbidde ...…
 
The Mishna Berura (Rav Yisrael Meir Kagan of Radin, 1839-1933), in Siman 271 (Se’if Katan 5; listen to audio recording for precise citation), writes that when a person recites Kiddush for his family and other people at the table, he must have in mind that they will be fulfilling their Misva through his recitation. They, too, must have in mind t ...…
 
When a person recites Kiddush on Friday night, should he be standing or seated? And should he stand or sit when he drinks the wine after reciting Kiddush? The Shulhan Aruch (Orah Haim 271:10; listen to audio recording for precise citation) writes that one should stand before beginning “Vayechulu,” and implies that one should remain standing for ...…
 
The Mishna Berura (Rav Yisrael Meir Kagan of Radin, 1839-1933), in Siman 300 (Se’if Katan 3), writes that it is customary after the recitation of Habdala on Mosa’eh Shabbat to recite special hymns and prayers. The Rama (Rabbi Moshe Isserles of Cracow, Poland, 1525-1572), records (in Siman 295) a more specific custom to mention Eliyahu Ha’nabi o ...…
 
The Shulhan Aruch (Orah Haim 328:2) writes (listen to audio recording for precise citation) that when somebody becomes seriously ill on Shabbat such that there is potential danger to his life, there is a Misva to desecrate Shabbat for the sake of assisting him. One who acts quickly to desecrate Shabbat for the sake of patient’s life, the Shulha ...…
 
The Sages enacted a prohibition against medical procedures on Shabbat, due to the concern that people might grind herbs to produce medicine, which would constitute an act of Shabbat desecration. People in ancient times would commonly grind various herbs in order to produce medicine, which is why, incidentally, the common pharmaceutical symbol t ...…
 
The Rishonim (Medieval Halachic scholars) debate the question as to the status of a child produced by a Jewish mother and non-Jewish father. The Gemara in Masechet Yebamot (17) implies that according to the view of Rabina, a child’s status in such a case is determined by the mother’s status, but Tosafot in Masechet Kiddushin (75b) cites sources ...…
 
If a person is staying in a hotel on Shabbat, and the non-Jewish hotel staff brewed coffee for its guests, the majority of whom are not Jewish, may he drink this coffee? As a general rule, Halacha allows benefitting from a Melacha performed on Shabbat by a non-Jew for a non-Jew, as long as it is clear that no additional Melacha was performed fo ...…
 
As a general rule, the point of Amud Ha’shahar – around 72 minutes before sunrise – marks the beginning of daytime with respect to Halacha. As such, Misvot which one is required to perform at night cannot be fulfilled after the point of Amud Ha’shahar. However, Hacham Ovadia Yosef, in Halichot Olam (Parashat Vayera), notes three exceptions to t ...…
 
Many people today have in their home non-electrical apparatuses for preparing seltzer. One fills a bottle with water from the tap, and then attaches it to the spout on the machine. He then presses a button that thrusts carbon dioxide into the water to make it carbonated. A cartridge situated in the back of the machine allows one to prepare appr ...…
 
தொழுகையின் ஆரம்ப துஆக்களும் அதன் சட்டங்களும் – தொடர் 2 மவ்லவி அஸ்கர் ஸீலானி | Azhar Seelani 17-10-2018 Masjid Al-Bukhari, Khobar The post Azhar Seelani – The opening Dua in Salah – Part 2 appeared first on Tamil Dawah.
 
காலை, மாலை திக்ருகளும் அதன் சட்டங்களும் மவ்லவி அஸ்கர் ஸீலானி | Azhar Seelani 03-10-2018 Masjid Al-Bukhari, Khobar The post Azhar Seelani – Morning and Evening Duas appeared first on Tamil Dawah.
 
ரிஸ்கின் திறவுகோல்கள் மவ்லவி அஸ்கர் ஸீலானி | Azhar Seelani 04-10-2018 Al-Khobar Dawah Center, Khobar The post Azhar Seelani – The keys of Rizk (Sustenance) appeared first on Tamil Dawah.
 
The Shulhan Aruch (Orah Haim 326) writes that it is forbidden to bathe one’s entire body with warm water on Shabbat, even if the water was heated before Shabbat. In ancient times, somebody might have wanted to heat water before Shabbat, leave it in a basin, and then pour it over himself on Shabbat. As far as the Torah prohibitions of Shabbat ar ...…
 
தொழுகையின் ஆரம்ப துஆக்களும் அதன் சட்டங்களும் – தொடர் 1 மவ்லவி அஸ்கர் ஸீலானி | Azhar Seelani 10-10-2018 Masjid Al-Bukhari, Khobar The post Azhar Seelani – The opening Dua in Salah – Part 1 appeared first on Tamil Dawah.
 
The Shulhan Aruch (Orah Haim 326:1) rules that although one may not bathe the majority of his body in warm water on Shabbat, it is permissible to wash one’s hands, face and legs with warm water that was heated before Shabbat. If, however, water was heated by a Jew on Shabbat in violation of Halacha, then it may not be used for any purpose on Sh ...…
 
The Shulhan Aruch (Orah Haim 326:2) writes that although one may not bathe his entire body on Shabbat, even with water that was heated before Shabbat, it is permissible to bathe with “Hameh Teverya” – the natural hot springs in Tiberias. Since these springs are naturally heated, the Rabbis did not enact a prohibition against bathing in this wat ...…
 
The Shulhan Aruch rules that it is entirely permissible to warm a cloth on Shabbat and place it on one’s stomach, either to alleviate stomach pain or for warmth. As long as the towel is dry, warming it violates no Shabbat prohibition, and there is certainly no prohibition against placing a dry cloth or towel on one’s skin on Shabbat. The Shulha ...…
 
மண்ணறை வாழ்வு மவ்லவி அஸ்கர் ஸீலானி | Azhar Seelani 26-10-2018, Jumma Globe Port Masjid, Dammam The post Azhar Seelani – Life in grave appeared first on Tamil Dawah.
 
The Shulhan Aruch (Orah Haim 325:11) rules that just as one may not benefit from a Melacha (forbidden activity) that a gentile performs for a Jew on Shabbat, it is likewise forbidden to benefit from a Melacha which a gentile performed for both himself and a Jew. For example, if a non-Jew heats water on Shabbat with the intention that both he an ...…
 
Episode 302 of Punwatch. Straight back to poo jokes (sorry). This episode is entitled "Bug Bites Sales Stink". Harry likes bugs. Punsters: Alex Malone, David Shaw, Lisa Dib, Harry Brimage Host: Andrew Cherry
 
After the Hupa ceremony at a wedding, the women greet the bride, and the men greet the groom, in the banquet hall with music, dancing, festivity and celebration. The wedding celebration is referred to with the word “Hilula,” a derivative of the word “Hallel” (“praise”), indicating that words of praise should be spoken to the bride and groom. Th ...…
 
The Hupa ceremony begins with the Rabbi reciting the Beracha of “Boreh Peri Ha’gefen”’ over a cup of wine, followed by the Birkat Erusin. He then gives the cup to the groom to sip, and then the bride is given the cup to sip. Must the Rabbi also sip some of the wine, or does it suffice for the bride and groom to sip? This question was addressed ...…
 
When a couple gets married, they choose a Rabbi to officiate at the wedding and recite the Birkat Erusin, the Beracha of “Asher Kideshanu Be’misvotav Ve’sivanu Al Ha’arayot…” If the groom wants one Rabbi to serve this function, but the bride wants a different Rabbi, who has the right to decide which Rabbi officiates? This issue is likely subjec ...…
 
If, at a Sheba Berachot celebration, one of the Berachot was mistakenly recited out of sequence, should the skipped Beracha or Berachot be recited out of order, or should the group proceed from the Beracha that was recited? The Halachic authorities cite the ruling of the Debar Shemuel (147) that the sequence of the Sheba Berachot is not “Me’ake ...…
 
தப்ஃஸீர் ஸூரத்துல் முல்க் மவ்லவி அஸ்கர் ஸீலானி | Azhar Seelani 12-10-2018 Al-Jubail Dawah Center, Jubail The post Azhar Seelani – Explanation of Surah Al-Mulk appeared first on Tamil Dawah.
 
ஸுராஹ் அல் அஸ்ர் – விளக்கவுரை மவ்லவி அஸ்கர் ஸீலானி | Azhar Seelani 11-10-2018 Islamic Cultural Center (ICC), Dammam The post Azhar Seelani – Explanation of Surah Al-Asr appeared first on Tamil Dawah.
 
Episode 301 of Punwatch. The Return! This episode is entitled "Sewer Seal Steals Lizard’s Lunch." Been a while between drinks. Punsters: Alex Malone, David Shaw, Lisa Dib, James Ferris Host: Andrew Cherry
 
“If we knew this wasn’t it...if we knew this life is but a blip on the journey to come...would we live differently?”
 
துல்ஹிஜ்ஜாவின் முதல் 10 இரவுகளும் ஐயாமுத்தஷ்ரீக்கும் The first 10 days of Dhul Hijjah and the days of Tashreeq மவ்லவி அஸ்கர் ஸீலானி | Azhar Seelani 18-08-2017 The post Azhar Seelani – The first 15 days of Dhul Hijjah appeared first on Tamil Dawah.
 
துல் ஹஜ் மாதத்தின் முதல் பத்து நாட்களின் சிறப்புகளும் செய்யவேண்டிய நல்ல அமல்களும் மவ்லவி அஸ்கர் ஸீலானி | Azhar Seelani Al-Khobar Dawah Center, Khobar The post Azhar Seelani – Virtues of first 10 days of Dhul Hijjah appeared first on Tamil Dawah.
 
"What are Magic and Rob doing?! They have no shooters; they’re a bunch of misfits and Lebron is on the decline!” w/ special guest KG
 
Nusayba (may Allah be pleased with her) was a very courageous women from Madina. She was known as Umm Umara. She accepted Islam after hearing the words of Mus’ab ibn Umair (may Allah be pleased with him) about Islam. She was one of only two women to pledge allegiance to Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) at the second pledge at ...…
 
“Why do we value mental illness so little?"
 
“How are we so technologically advanced but emote so primitively?"
 
Umm Salama and her husband Abdullah ibn Abdul-Asad were of the first people to accept Islam after Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) starting receiving revelation. When the news reached the Quraysh of them accepting Islam, they began to persecute them very harshly. They stayed committed to their new faith, and remained steadfast ...…
 
In this podcast, Shaykh Sadullah Khan briefly introduces the noble companion Salman al-Farsi (may Allah be pleased with him). Salman heard of a prophet coming to Arabia and went there to test the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) to see if he was a prophet. He witnessed his character, truthfulness, and uprightness and Salman ac ...…
 
In this podcast Shaykh Sadullah Khan introduces the great companion of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) Hassan ibn Thabit. He was known to be an arbiter and peace maker before accepting Islam. He would travel to give public talks. He embraced Islam at the first sight of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him ...…
 
மரணம் மவ்லவி அஸ்கர் ஸீலானி | Azhar Seelani 07-06-2018 Iftar Tent, Khobar The post Azhar Seelani – Death appeared first on Tamil Dawah.
 
Tufayl ibn ‘Amr al-Dawsi was known in Makka as a leader, for his keen interest in poetry, and to be very generous. He was the chief of the tribe of Daws. He was not only a leader, but his poetry was like magic to the ears. After Tufayl heard the words of Allah, he commented that they were like no words he had ever heard, and he accepted Islam. ...…
 
Thumama was one of the most powerful Arab rulers before Islam. He was a ruler of the Banu Hanifa tribe and one of the rulers of Al-Yamama. No one dared to challenge what he said. When Thumama received the letter of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) calling him to Islam, he was consumed by anger and rejected it. He wanted to kil ...…
 
ரமழானில் காணப்படும் அலட்சியங்கள் மவ்லவி அஸ்கர் ஸீலானி | Azhar Seelani 24-05-2018 Iftar Tent, Rahimah, Saudi Arabia The post Azhar Seelani – Negligence in Ramadhan appeared first on Tamil Dawah.
 
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