Best Tafseer podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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The Sunday Tafsir is a weekly tafseer session with Darul Qasim Director, Shaykh Mohammed Amin Kholwadia. This course is open to the larger community and broadcast live every Sunday at 11 AM Central Time. Visit darulqasim.org to join the webcast. Shaykh Amin reads from chapters of the Quran Al-Kareem, interpreting verses and presenting valuable insights into their meanings. The views expressed in these media are the sole property of Darul Qasim. Explicit permission must be obtained from Darul ...
 
Every Muslim has heard of the benefits of reciting Surah Kahf. But what exactly is the message that the Surah is conveying? This lecture series is an in-depth explanation of the Surah using tafsir from Ibn Kathir, al-Uthaymeen, Ibn al-Qayyim, Ibn Jawzi, Shawkani and Saadi. The speaker mentions the benefits and virtues of Surah Al-Kahf and lessons we can extract from the Surah. It was narrated from Abu Sa’eed al-Khduri that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoeve ...
 
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Surah Sad (38:65-72). Being the Rabb means that Allah (S) organizes the system and the rules that govern the working of the seven heavens and the earth. In this lecture: Divine command, control and participation; sins and the environment; the higher council of angels; the nizām of nubuwwah; the perception of angels; the creation of Ādam.…
 
Surah Sad (38:55-65). Allah (S) addresses the arrogant with a description of the sordid sustenance given to the dwellers of Jahannam that enables them to withstand the suffering there. In this lecture: sin and punishment; earning Jannah; insights into revelation; submission and rejection; the words of indhār and the words of bashārah.…
 
Surah Sad (38:45-54). The Qurān is a book that is above the intellect. It encompasses every phase of human existence. In this lecture: the effect of wahy on a person; branches the two of Ibrahīm’s descendants (AS); the language of the Qurān as the language of dhikr; the continuum of life; the gardens of everlasting bliss; rizq.…
 
Surah Sad (38:41-44). The minds of prophets area always engaged in the dhikr of Allah (S). They follow Allah’s lead in all affairs. In this lecture: horses likened to the arwāḥ; the awareness of Dawūd and Sulaymān (AS), and how they responded to their tests; understanding wahaba; the kingdom and authority of Sulaymān (AS); Sulaymān (AS) as a ro ...…
 
Surah Sad (38:31-40). The minds of prophets area always engaged in the dhikr of Allah (S). They follow Allah’s lead in all affairs. In this lecture: horses likened to the arwāḥ; the awareness of Dawūd and Sulaymān (AS), and how they responded to their tests; understanding wahaba; the kingdom and authority of Sulaymān (AS); Sulaymān (AS) as a ro ...…
 
Surah Sad (38:27-30). The heavens and the earth are true, and the purpose of their existence is also true. In this lecture: relating creation to Creator, and being in harmony with nature; the far-reaching individual and societal effects of disbelief; the nature of barakah, and the perpetual blessings of the Qur’ān; tadabbur (the rules of thinki ...…
 
Surah Sad (38:21-26). Although it has many stories and references to historical accounts, the Qurʾān must not be read like a storybook or a book of history; rather it must read as a book of dhikr as mentioned at the beginning of this Sūrah. In this lecture: the story of the two disputants; the burden of judging between people; identifying the t ...…
 
Surah Sad (38:12-20). Allah (S) is not pleased with those who exploit the trust of Allah for their personal gain. He has placed individuals in the ummah of Muhammad (S) who collectively exhibit the attributes of those who belied previous messengers. In this lecture: the disbelief of the people of Nuh (AS); the military prowess of the 'Aad; the ...…
 
Surah Sad (38:1-11). The Quran is revealed in a pristine Arabic. Although the Quraysh knew and understood it, they yet had an aversion to receiving its message and remembering Allah (S). In this lecture: the state of denial and disbelief; studying past civilizations as a means of dhikr; turning to Allah as the primary source of help; the Qurays ...…
 
Surah Al-Saffat (37:167-182). The ultimate destiny of man is Jannah. In this lecture: wahy is unconstrained; the greatest of triumphs; shahaadah (martyrdom); witnessing divine punishment; observing the Haqq; Rabbul 'Izzah; the Prophet (S) as the final authority; Salaam as a code of governance; order within and across the worlds; conclusive comm ...…
 
Surah Al-Saffat (37:149-166). Angels are a genderless, intelligent creation, arranged in ranks in the order of their commission and committed to fulfilling it. In this lecture: the Quraysh’s belief in angels; accountability for jinnkind; the two-step process of purification; Divine selection; the authority of a Nabi; the ultimate influencing; t ...…
 
Surah Al-Saffat (37:112-148). Deliverance and Divine assistance come in many different ways, through the order inherent in the ranks of angels, and this is best manifested in how Allah (S) delivered his dearest prophets from their tests and tribulations. In this lecture: Ibrahim (AS) and his children, and the legacy of nubuwwah they left behind ...…
 
Surah Al-Saffat (37:100-111). Shaykh Amin explains the Islamic understanding of what comprises a family. The family of Ibrahim gives us a prototype and code for sacrifice. In this lecture: children as a gift from Allah (S); Ibrahim’s (AS) prayer; the dream of Ibrahim (AS); submission and confirmation; a divine paradox; Allah’s (S) Fadl upon Ibr ...…
 
Surah Al-Saffat (37:75-99). Allah (S) recognizes the incredible stamina shown by Nuh (AS) through the many centuries of his prophethood. His message was global, but restricted to his time on earth. In this lecture: the family of believers; Nuh (AS) as a prototype for Salaam; the culture that surrounded Ibrahim (AS); his wit and abilities; the c ...…
 
Surah Al-Saffat (37:27-74). The prophet always confirms the truth and the prophethood of all the messengers who came before. In this lecture: the fate of those who belie the messenger; the fruits of Paradise and its enlivening wines among its countless pleasures; the social setting in Jannah; the greatest triumph; the tree of zaqqum.…
 
Surah Al-Saffat (37:11-26). Surah Fatir (37:11-26). Allah (S) encourages His messenger to compare and contrast the natures of all His creation, and to make an observation. In this lecture: the reality of the Day of Judgment; the transience of the dunya; the transportation of minds across worlds; dzulm in theology; the sorting of souls; the turm ...…
 
Surah Al-Saffat (37:1-10). Angelic order exemplifies the order of and in the heavens, and points toward Allah's Oneness. In this lecture: the nature of the oaths of Allah (S); the three groups of angels invoked in the opening oath; the terrestrial and the celestial; the intervention of devils; wahy and science.…
 
Surah Yasin (36:71-83). Allah (S), the Mun'im, calls attention to His blessings in making animals subservient to man among His other manifestations of divine creativity. In this lecture: societal roles and gratitude; the origins of man and resurrection; evidences of tauheed; man's unsophisticated process of creation as a sign of Allah's creativ ...…
 
Surah Yasin (36:68-70). Human longevity as decreed by Allah (S) culminates in the reduction of man to nothing. In this lecture: the intellect of the unlettered Nabi who depicts reality through reality; dhikr transcends time and space; the Companions’ intuitive and instantaneous grasp of the beauty of the Quran; the Quran’s eternal as well as re ...…
 
Surah Yasin (36:58-67). The devil is ever working to misguide the children of Aadam (A) because Aadam (A) was the reason for the devil’s expulsion. In this lecture: the fallacy of an “easy life” for Muslims; daily worship as a shield against the devil; appreciating the Names of Allah (S); the irrefutable testimony on the Day of Judgment; the de ...…
 
Surah Yasin (36:45-58). The da’wah of a Muslim, who represents Yasin, is enough evidence of a sign from Allah. In this lecture: da’wah in Muslim and non-Muslim countries; taqwa and altruism as Muslim civilizational values; Resurrection and the Day of Judgment; the People of Jannah as an involved community with unimaginable preoccupations; shade ...…
 
Surah Yasin (36:30-42). Yasin is the heart of the Quran, and it strengthens the heart of the Messenger with reassurances. In this lecture: signs of resurrection; Divine creativity and human industry; the mercy in opposites; night and day; the sun and its movement; the moon and its cycle, a sign for new beginnings; a sign and ni'mah in marine tr ...…
 
Surah Yasin (36:13-29). The messengers believe in their mission and are not too concerned about whether people believe in them or not. In this lecture: the three components of risalah; the tools of da'wah; israaf; positive thinking; the aakhirah and the pleasures of this world; the unconditional da'wah of a nabi; insights into fitrah.…
 
Surah Yasin (36:1-12). Introduction to Surah Yasin. The Quran continually reassures the prophet that he is indeed the Messenger of Allah (S). Also in this lecture: the overwhelming language of the Quran; the forms of revelation, tanzeel; representing the last Messenger; a prototype for a Muslim community; the mu’jizah; intention and effort as s ...…
 
Surah Fatir (35:40-45). Human actions can adversely affect the heavens and the earth, and it is only by the Grace of Allah (S) that cosmological order is maintained. In this lecture: Divine tolerance and clemency; insights into studying Quran; human resistance to guidance; the Sunnah of Allah; the end of past civilizations; conclusory comments.…
 
Surah Fatir (35:36-39). Disbelief in the Faatir attracts punishment without end. In this lecture: opportunity for human introspection and reflection; the layers of diversity from a source of indivisible Oneness; the All-Knowing essence of the Faatir; knowledge in Jannah; Iman spanning the cosmos; insights into successorship; the myth that faith ...…
 
Surah Fatir (35:29-35). A total and comprehensive understanding of diversity comes to those who apply their understanding in their lives and manifest it in their worship. In this lecture: Al-Shakur; the reward of a good intent; the Quran as a musaddiq; knowledge as prophetic inheritance; the grades of Allah’s Fadl; diversity in creativity.…
 
Surah Fatir (35:25-28). A plurality or diversity in creation does not imply a plurality in Divinity, rather it is a proof of Divine Oneness (Tauheed). In this lecture: Allah's Divine Creativity manifest in the diveristy found in nature around man, as well as in the diversity amongst and within men; a category of men and women commended by Allah ...…
 
Surah Fatir (35:14-24). Allah (S) has subjugated everything He has created to human beings, and human beings must subjugate themselves to His Will. In this lecture: man's dependence (al-fuqaraa'); Al-Hamid; individual responsibility and accountability (in both worlds); commentary on parenting and child-development; four similitudes; nadheer…
 
Surah Fatir (35:8-13). Allah (S) reminds us that He is the originator of creation, all of which He has created without a blueprint. In this lecture: life-giving rain and life-giving faith; Allah's all-encompassing might; Good words and good deeds; the creation of Adam contrasted with the creation of his offspring; barakah and longevity; provisi ...…
 
Surah Fatir (35:2-7). Do not be consumed by your blessings to the point that you forget the One who gave them to you. In this lecture: rejection and ingratitude; insights into accountability; shukr in the fitrah; contrasting the fitrah of the devil with that of angels and humans; recognizing the enemy within; using the Quran and sunnah as a rah ...…
 
Surah Fatir (35:1-2). It's a sign of the Day of Judgment when what is against the fitrah becomes the norm. In this lecture: insights into fitrah; the communicative role of angels; being in sync with the cosmos and the world of the angels; the code of Alhamdulillah; a Nabi's depth of perception.
 
Surah Saba (34:53-54). The aakhirah is an extension of this world. What we do here is reflected in the next on a grander scale. In this lecture: Allah's eternal knowledge of everything; the parable of Saba; a wahy-based civilization; the resources accessible to Dawud (AS) and Sulaymaan (AS); Nur illuminates the structure of the cosmos; balad cr ...…
 
Surah Saba (34:48-53). Allah (S) grants knowledge to the Anbiyaa that other human beings do not have access to. In this lecture: definitions of al-ghayb; al-Haqq; kalimah insights; guidance and misguidance.
 
Surah Saba (34:42-47). The arguments of those opposed to Islam in any time are akin to the arguments of the Quraish against the Prophet (S). In this lecture: the super-rational nature of truth; standards in verifying the truth; the mission of a Nabi; the rights of Allah; proof of nubuwwah.
 
Surah Saba (34:38-42). When Muslims become Allah's servants in Ramadan, Allah reciprocates by expanding their rizq and gives them the best food. In this lecture: a formula to increase rizq; infaaq versus israaf; insights into tauheed and the theory of ownership and deputization; the devil promises poverty.…
 
Surah Saba (34:32-37). The punishment for istikbaar (arrogance) is humiliation. In this lecture: implications of disbelief; the primary targets of wahy; the Quran as the source of truth; maal versus rizq; wealth and children; attributing prosperity to the Mun'im; an outlook of positivity and hamd.
 
Surah Saba (34:27-31). Victory and success transcend this world. In this lecture: a prophet for all peoples in all times and places; the hadith of shafa'a; a dual responsibility for Muslims; honest representation of both sides of the nabi: the bashir and the nadhir; insights into ethics of warfare; believing in the Ultimate Truth.…
 
Surah Saba (34:22-26). Allah (S) owns and controls everything He has created. Shaykh Amin expounds on the relative insignificance of human capacity before the Divine. In this lecture: the insinuations of the devil; the need to speak up in the face of injustice; the Day of Judgment and insights into intercession; the purpose of religion; the shu ...…
 
Surah Saba (34:16-21). The people of Saba were punished owing to their ingratitude for Allah's favors upon them. In this lecture: the kinds of dzulm, both open and subtle; ease of travel for the people of Saba; nourishment and security; comparing current events; if you care, you share; Allah's condemnation of Iblis; expanding our purpose in lif ...…
 
Surah Saba (34:14-15). Allah gives knowledge to the extent He deems it sufficient. He withholds knowledge of the unseen for reasons He knows. Seeking knowledge from the ghayb is not from the sunnah. In this lecture: the bountiful land of Saba and its decline; the components of good living; insights into how Muslim psyche was shaped by these aay ...…
 
Surah Al-Ahzab (34:11-13). If you want to serve Allah (S) then you have to also serve Him through the actions that you perform, done out of shukr. In this lecture: a correct niyyah; service and hospitality with ihsan; Dawud and Sulayman (AS) as examples of grateful servants.
 
Surah Saba (34:9-11). The mindset of one who sees Allah as praiseworthy inclines towards a state of inaabah. Shaykh Amin keeps the theme of hamd central as he describes the gifts of Dawud (AS). In this lecture: Allah's innate praiseworthiness; gleaning positivity from the Qadr of Allah; insights into servanthood; the abilities of Dawud (AS); th ...…
 
Speaker: Sheikh Aslam Abu Ismaeel Description: Zakah and Its Wonders for Modern Society; be amazed with the wisdom in how the eight cateogries of recipients of Zakah prescribed in this one verse of Quran can do so many wonders for the society! www.ImanNest.com Subscribe to our mailing list at www.ImanNest.com for video & podcast updates Subscri ...…
 
Speaker: Sheikh Aslam Abu Ismaeel Description: One of the most recited chapters of the Quran, Surah Yaisn continues to charm those who recite it and reflect upon its message. So beautiful and yet so broad and deep in meaning! A world of knowledge, wisdom and precious advice about reflecting on the variety of characters in society – Mumin and Ka ...…
 
Speaker: Sheikh Aslam Abu Ismaeel Description: One of the most motivating chapters of the Qur’an, Surah Ash-Sharh, or Al-Inshirah (the Opening Forth). Allah addresses His noble prophet, Muhammad (Peace and blessings be upon him) reminding him of His favours and giving him encouragement of a higher status in the future. Allah declares beautifull ...…
 
Speaker: Sheikh Aslam Abu Ismaeel Description: Every verse in the Quran, even if it is addressed to a Kafir, still it contains crucial lessons and benefits for us, Muslims. The further we reflect on this sura, as with others, Allah guides us to more and more wisdom contained therein. Find in this audio, tafsir (commentary) from our past great s ...…
 
Speaker: Sheikh Aslam Abu Ismaeel Description: These two sura of Quran document a stunning chapter from history of Mecca – not merely for sake of relating history but to inspire those who regard its sanctity! www.ImanNest.com Subscribe to our mailing list at www.ImanNest.com for video & podcast updates Subscribe also to our YouTube channel here ...…
 
Speaker: Sheikh Aslam Abu Ismaeel Description: Tafseer of Surah Maoun (107) and Sura Kawthar (108) www.ImanNest.com Subscribe to our mailing list at www.ImanNest.com for video & podcast updates Subscribe also to our YouTube channel here www.YouTube.com/ImanNest Like & Follow our facebook page at: www.fb.com/ImanNestHub Also, Sheikh Aslam’s & ot ...…
 
Speaker: Sheikh Aslam Abu Ismaeel Description: Despite its short length, Allah teaches us many important aspects in this appealing surah. A look at the meaning of the word Kufr, its usage and that it is not interchangeable to ‘Non-Muslims’; a deeper look at many aspects of Iman (Faith in Islam) and Kufr (Denying and concealing the truth of Isla ...…
 
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