Best tarbiya podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Muhimmancin tarbiya
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Muhimmacin Tarbiya da abubuwan da kekawo tabarbarewanta dakuma hayyoyin daza abi domin magaceta.
 
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Tarbiya a musulinci
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Malan yayi bayani ne akan mahimmacin tarbiya a musulinci da kuma mahimmacinta acikin al aumma Yayi bayani akan hayyoyin da addini musulinci yasamuna wajan yiwa yara tarbiya Tare da cewa tarbiya tanason sa idon iyaye akan yaransu saboda tarbiya an ginatane akan soyayya tsakanin yara da iyayensuYana daga cikin hakkokin yara akan iyayensu samusu son allah a zukatarsu dakuma sauran mahimma darussa masu alaka da tarbiya wanda wajibine kowane musulmi yasansu
 
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Tarbiyat Aulad - Shaykh Zulfiqar Ahmed Naqshbandi DB
 
These bayans by Hazrat Maulana Zulfiqar Ahmed Naqshbandi DB are selected as they are focussed on a special topics of 'Tarbiyat Aulad' and 'Khangi Zindagi ke Maamlat'. These bayans will not be deleted due to their importance.
 
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Baadhi Ya Tabiya Za Zama Zamwisho
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Mada hii inazungumzia baadhi ya tabiya za zama za mwisho ikiwemo kuwatuka mashe,nakuwakufurisha watu.
 
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Podcast FarisShahidan
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Pemerhatian pada tindak-tanduk manusia. Yang semuanya terkait kembali pada Sang Pencipta.
 
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Our Children and Us
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Our Children and Us-By Dr Farhat Hashmi
 
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Hakkokin iyalai
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Hakkokin mace akan mijinta ,da hakkin miji akan matarsa ,da kuma halin zaman takewan ma aurata a yau, da kuma mahimmacin tarbiyan musulinci.
 
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Path & Present w/Baraka Blue
 
Anse Tamara Gray is a scholar, translator, spiritual teacher, and publisher. She is the founder of Rabata, an organization dedicated to promoting positive cultural change through individual empowerment, spiritual upbringing of women by women, and the revival of the female voice in scholarship.Anse Tamara Grey lived in Syria for twenty years, st ...…
 
E309 | Photography came to the Ottoman empire almost as soon as it was invented in Europe. Over subsequent decades, however, techniques improved, cameras got cheaper and more portable, and photographic production, circulation, and collection in Ottoman lands moved outside of the rarefied circles of the elite studios and the state. In this episo ...…
 
E309 | Photography came to the Ottoman empire almost as soon as it was invented in Europe. Over subsequent decades, however, techniques improved, cameras got cheaper and more portable, and photographic production, circulation, and collection in Ottoman lands moved outside of the rarefied circles of the elite studios and the state. In this episo ...…
 
E300 | Did the Ottoman Empire "decline" after an initial golden age of rapid expansion and military conquest? This question has long haunted the telling of Ottoman history. Critics note that describing centuries of Ottoman history simply as "decline" makes it seem inevitable that the Empire would be defeated in World War I, emptying the story o ...…
 
E300 | Did the Ottoman Empire "decline" after an initial golden age of rapid expansion and military conquest? This question has long haunted the telling of Ottoman history. Critics note that describing centuries of Ottoman history simply as "decline" makes it seem inevitable that the Empire would be defeated in World War I, emptying the story o ...…
 
E294 | In this episode, Christine Philliou traces the story of Istanbul's Phanariots, a group of wealthy, "Greek-identified" families who rose to play a central role in Ottoman foreign policy and diplomacy in the 17th and 18th centuries. What happened to these families in the tumultuous years preceding and following Greek independence from the ...…
 
E294 | In this episode, Christine Philliou traces the story of Istanbul's Phanariots, a group of wealthy, "Greek-identified" families who rose to play a central role in Ottoman foreign policy and diplomacy in the 17th and 18th centuries. What happened to these families in the tumultuous years preceding and following Greek independence from the ...…
 
E291 | A tale of mutual ignorance between psychoanalysis and Islam has obscured the many creative and co-constitutive encounters between these two traditions of thought, both so prominent in the 20th century. This presumed incommensurability has hardened the lines between the "modern subject," assumed to be secular and Western, and its Others, ...…
 
E291 | A tale of mutual ignorance between psychoanalysis and Islam has obscured the many creative and co-constitutive encounters between these two traditions of thought, both so prominent in the 20th century. This presumed incommensurability has hardened the lines between the "modern subject," assumed to be secular and Western, and its Others, ...…
 
E289 | What terms and ideas were considered erotic in early modern Ottoman literature, and what can studying them tell us about later historical periods and our own conceptions of the beauty, love, and desire? In this episode, we welcome İrvin Cemil Schick back to the podcast to discuss a project he is compiling with İpek Hüner-Cora and Helga A ...…
 
E289 | What terms and ideas were considered erotic in early modern Ottoman literature, and what can studying them tell us about later historical periods and our own conceptions of the beauty, love, and desire? In this episode, we welcome İrvin Cemil Schick back to the podcast to discuss a project he is compiling with İpek Hüner-Cora and Helga A ...…
 
E283 | The epithet "abid," Arabic for "slave," still follows those with dark skin as they move around today's Cairo. The word and its negative connotations, however, have a long history. In this episode, Professor Eve Troutt Powell explores this history by tracing the many lives of slaves and slavery in late Ottoman Egypt. She draws on the narr ...…
 
E283 | The epithet "abid," Arabic for "slave," still follows those with dark skin as they move around today's Cairo. The word and its negative connotations, however, have a long history. In this episode, Professor Eve Troutt Powell explores this history by tracing the many lives of slaves and slavery in late Ottoman Egypt. She draws on the narr ...…
 
E280 | What happens when we encounter "Orientalist" aesthetics outside the West? In the late nineteenth century, a cosmopolitan group of Ottoman architects turned to modern forms of art history writing to argue that synthesis and change stood at the heart of a particularly "Ottoman" architectural aesthetic. Working together, these writers produ ...…
 
E280 | What happens when we encounter "Orientalist" aesthetics outside the West? In the late nineteenth century, a cosmopolitan group of Ottoman architects turned to modern forms of art history writing to argue that synthesis and change stood at the heart of a particularly "Ottoman" architectural aesthetic. Working together, these writers produ ...…
 
E259 | In this episode, we talk with Marc Aymes about his approach to Ottoman provincial history through the history of 19th century Cyprus. What is the difference between an Ottoman "provincial history" and "a history of the Ottoman provinces?" Can a "provincial" approach to Ottoman history change the way we understand major questions in Ottom ...…
 
E259 | In this episode, we talk with Marc Aymes about his approach to Ottoman provincial history through the history of 19th century Cyprus. What is the difference between an Ottoman "provincial history" and "a history of the Ottoman provinces?" Can a "provincial" approach to Ottoman history change the way we understand major questions in Ottom ...…
 
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Ottoman History Podcast
 
E258 | The body of water now known as the Red Sea lay well within the bounds of the Ottoman Empire's well-protected domains for nearly four centuries. It wasn't until the 19th century, however, that this body of water began to be called or conceived of as "the Red Sea" by either Ottomans or Europeans. In this episode, Professor Alexis Wick argu ...…
 
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Ottoman History Podcast
 
E258 | The body of water now known as the Red Sea lay well within the bounds of the Ottoman Empire's well-protected domains for nearly four centuries. It wasn't until the 19th century, however, that this body of water began to be called or conceived of as "the Red Sea" by either Ottomans or Europeans. In this episode, Professor Alexis Wick argu ...…
 
E254 | Since its foundation in 1928 by Boghos Nubar, son of Egyptian Prime Minister and Ottoman dignitary Nubar Pasha, the Nubarian library in Paris has served as a major resource for Armenian intellectual life and historical research in the diaspora. What is less well-known is how the library's rich holdings in Ottoman Turkish, Armeno-Turkish, ...…
 
E254 | Since its foundation in 1928 by Boghos Nubar, son of Egyptian Prime Minister and Ottoman dignitary Nubar Pasha, the Nubarian library in Paris has served as a major resource for Armenian intellectual life and historical research in the diaspora. What is less well-known is how the library's rich holdings in Ottoman Turkish, Armeno-Turkish, ...…
 
Honesty with Allah and OthersBy ArqamPod.
 
Honesty in HadeethBy ArqamPod.
 
Time in the Qur'an and SunnahBy ArqamPod.
 
Time Management SkillsBy ArqamPod.
 
About HajjBy ArqamPod.
 
Honesty in our wordsBy ArqamPod.
 
IntroductionBy ArqamPod.
 
Time is a Precious GiftBy ArqamPod.
 
E248 | With political and economic developments in 19th century Egypt, the lives of women began to change in dramatic ways. From the rise of wage labor and the restructuring of rural households to the emergence of women's movements and publications, pre-colonial Egypt witnessed numerous transformation in the realm of gender. In this episode, Li ...…
 
E248 | With political and economic developments in 19th century Egypt, the lives of women began to change in dramatic ways. From the rise of wage labor and the restructuring of rural households to the emergence of women's movements and publications, pre-colonial Egypt witnessed numerous transformation in the realm of gender. In this episode, Li ...…
 
பிறருக்கு நன்மை செய்வோம் Speaker: மவ்லவி அஜ்மல் அப்பாஸி | Ajmal Abbasi Date: 29-04-2016, Friday | Special Tarbiya Program Venue: அல்-பஷாஇர் பள்ளிக்கூடம், அல் கோபார் | Al – Khobar அல் கோபார், ராக்காஹ் மற்றும் தஹ்ரான் அழைப்பு மற்றும் வழிகாட்டல் நிலையங்கல் இணைந்து நடத்திய தர்பியா நிகழ்ச்சி The post Do Good to others appeared first on Tamil Dawah - ...…
 
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Muslim Central – Tamil
 
பிறருக்கு நன்மை செய்வோம் Speaker: மௌலவி அஜ்மல் அப்பாஸி | Ajmal Abbasi Date: 29-04-2016, Friday | Special Tarbiya Program Venue: அல்-பஷாஇர் பள்ளிக்கூடம், அல் கோபார் | Al – Khobar அல் கோபார், ராக்காஹ் மற்றும் தஹ்ரான் அழைப்பு மற்றும் வழிகாட்டல் நிலையங்கல் இணைந்து நடத்திய தர்பியா நிகழ்ச்சி
 
பிறருக்கு நன்மை செய்வோம் Speaker: மௌலவி அஜ்மல் அப்பாஸி | Ajmal Abbasi Date: 29-04-2016, Friday | Special Tarbiya Program Venue: அல்-பஷாஇர் பள்ளிக்கூடம், அல் கோபார் | Al – Khobar அல் கோபார், ராக்காஹ் மற்றும் தஹ்ரான் அழைப்பு மற்றும் வழிகாட்டல் நிலையங்கல் இணைந்து நடத்திய தர்பியா நிகழ்ச்சி
 
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Muslim Central – Tamil
 
தர்பியாவின் நோக்கம் Speaker: மௌலவி அப்பாஸ் அலி M.I.S.C | Abbas Ali M.I.S.C Date: 29-04-2016, Friday | Special Tarbiya Program Venue: அல்-பஷாஇர் பள்ளிக்கூடம், அல் கோபார் | Al – Khobar அல் கோபார், ராக்காஹ் மற்றும் தஹ்ரான் அழைப்பு மற்றும் வழிகாட்டல் நிலையங்கல் இணைந்து நடத்திய தர்பியா நிகழ்ச்சி
 
தர்பியாவின் நோக்கம் Speaker: மௌலவி அப்பாஸ் அலி M.I.S.C | Abbas Ali M.I.S.C Date: 29-04-2016, Friday | Special Tarbiya Program Venue: அல்-பஷாஇர் பள்ளிக்கூடம், அல் கோபார் | Al – Khobar அல் கோபார், ராக்காஹ் மற்றும் தஹ்ரான் அழைப்பு மற்றும் வழிகாட்டல் நிலையங்கல் இணைந்து நடத்திய தர்பியா நிகழ்ச்சி
 
தர்பியாவின் நோக்கம் Speaker: மவ்லவி அப்பாஸ் அலி M.I.S.C | Abbas Ali M.I.S.C Date: 29-04-2016, Friday | Special Tarbiya Program Venue: அல்-பஷாஇர் பள்ளிக்கூடம், அல் கோபார் | Al – Khobar அல் கோபார், ராக்காஹ் மற்றும் தஹ்ரான் அழைப்பு மற்றும் வழிகாட்டல் நிலையங்கல் இணைந்து நடத்திய தர்பியா நிகழ்ச்சி The post The Purpose of Tharbiya appeared first on Ta ...…
 
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Ottoman History Podcast
 
E241 | During World War I, the Lazarist college at Antoura, in the mountains of Mt. Lebanon north of Beirut, was taken over by Cemal Pasha to be used as an orphanage for Armenian and Kurdish orphans. Turkish feminist Halide Edip recounts in her memoirs that the time she spent as director of the orphanage during the war was among the happiest pe ...…
 
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Ottoman History Podcast
 
E241 | During World War I, the Lazarist college at Antoura, in the mountains of Mt. Lebanon north of Beirut, was taken over by Cemal Pasha to be used as an orphanage for Armenian and Kurdish orphans. Turkish feminist Halide Edip recounts in her memoirs that the time she spent as director of the orphanage during the war was among the happiest pe ...…
 
E230 | In this episode, Ellen Fleischmann and Christine Lindner discuss the history of women and gender and the American Protestant Mission in Lebanon. How did American missionary women experience and transform the American Protestant project in the Levant in the 19th and 20th centuries? How did American missionaries, both women and men, intera ...…
 
E230 | In this episode, Ellen Fleischmann and Christine Lindner discuss the history of women and gender and the American Protestant Mission in Lebanon. How did American missionary women experience and transform the American Protestant project in the Levant in the 19th and 20th centuries? How did American missionaries, both women and men, intera ...…
 
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Tarbiya a musulinci
 
Tarbiya a musulinci
 
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Assorted-Lecuture-Tarbyah-o-Tazkiyah
 
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