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Khutbahs Online

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These podcasts are not a source reference on Islam. They are podcasts that attempt to take a closer look at some contemporary Muslim issues and concerns - from culture and history to family and population, politics and international relations, as well as beliefs and values that inform, or ought to inform, our thoughts and endeavors.The Islamic discourse is premised on the inborn goodness of humanity, fitra, and although the primary listenership is naturally Muslim, its message is universal and inclusive.One doesn't have to be a Muslim, let alone an eager and earnest Muslim, to be able to listen to and reflect on the simple, day to day truisms of life we tend to pass by rather unthinkingly.It is hoped that the khutbahs will encourage listeners to think straight and clear, and to think intelligently and independently, in-sha’ Allah.

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These podcasts are not a source reference on Islam. They are podcasts that attempt to take a closer look at some contemporary Muslim issues and concerns - from culture and history to family and population, politics and international relations, as well as beliefs and values that inform, or ought to inform, our thoughts and endeavors.The Islamic discourse is premised on the inborn goodness of humanity, fitra, and although the primary listenership is naturally Muslim, its message is universal and inclusive.One doesn't have to be a Muslim, let alone an eager and earnest Muslim, to be able to listen to and reflect on the simple, day to day truisms of life we tend to pass by rather unthinkingly.It is hoped that the khutbahs will encourage listeners to think straight and clear, and to think intelligently and independently, in-sha’ Allah.

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These podcasts are not a source reference on Islam. They are podcasts that attempt to take a closer look at some contemporary Muslim issues and concerns - from culture and history to family and population, politics and international relations, as well as beliefs and values that inform, or ought to inform, our thoughts and endeavors.The Islamic discourse is premised on the inborn goodness of humanity, fitra, and although the primary listenership is naturally Muslim, its message is universal and inclusive.One doesn't have to be a Muslim, let alone an eager and earnest Muslim, to be able to listen to and reflect on the simple, day to day truisms of life we tend to pass by rather unthinkingly.It is hoped that the khutbahs will encourage listeners to think straight and clear, and to think intelligently and independently, in-sha’ Allah.

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Rank #1: laylat-ul-qadr

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Everything in creation has an appointed time : the earth has its seasons and different human affairs also have its best moments of execution. As the rainy season is suitable for farming, similarly for the attainment of nearness to Allaah, specific times , specific days and specific nights are most suitable, for example, the time of Tahajjud prayers in the deepest part of night, Friday prayers, the month of Ramadaan, the Day of Arafah, the moment before breaking the fast after sundown. So also the Night of Power is marked as the most suitable night of mystery for attaining the cherished prize ... Allaah
Jun 11 2019
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Rank #2: inner dimensions of fasting

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Fasting in the holy month of Ramadaan is one of the foremost of the five pillars of Islaam, as well as being among the greatest of the symbols of Islaam. Fasting has many purposes relating both to the Lordship of Allaah and thanksgiving for His bounties, and to man's individual and collective life, as well as to his self-training and self-discipline. Nothing empowers a community more than the development of the moral character of its members.
Jun 11 2019
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Rank #3: christchurch & the clash of civilisations - 3

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'The shocking context of the white supremacist terror attack in Christchurch cannot be seen in isolation from the ideological strands that get woven into the anti-migrant, anti-Muslim narrative that was primarily triggered by the publication of Samuel Huntington’s book, “Clash of Civilizations”. Huntington falsely proposed the major clashes of the world would occur due to the threat for the West from Islam and China. This phony theory obfuscated the realities of unequal power, the deep divisions between rich and poor, atheistic nihilism , it’s war against religion and morality and it’s social Darwinian lie of the survival of the fittest. Most importantly, 'religious illiteracy’ and 'cultural ignorance' about the ‘other’ lie at the root of all ‘clashes of ignorance’.
May 10 2019
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Rank #4: christchurch & the clash of civilisations - 2

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'The shocking context of the white supremacist terror attack in Christchurch cannot be seen in isolation from the ideological strands that get woven into the anti-migrant, anti-Muslim narrative that was primarily triggered by the publication of Samuel Huntington’s book, “Clash of Civilizations”. Huntington falsely proposed the major clashes of the world would occur due to the threat for the West from Islam and China. This phony theory obfuscated the realities of unequal power, the deep divisions between rich and poor, atheistic nihilism , it’s war against religion and morality and it’s social Darwinian lie of the survival of the fittest. Most importantly, 'religious illiteracy’ and 'cultural ignorance' about the ‘other’ lie at the root of all ‘clashes of ignorance’.
May 08 2019
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Rank #5: christchurch & the clash of civilisations

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'The shocking context of the white supremacist terror attack in Christchurch cannot be seen in isolation from the ideological strands that get woven into the anti-migrant, anti-Muslim narrative that was primarily triggered by the publication of Samuel Huntington’s book, “Clash of Civilizations”. Huntington falsely proposed the major clashes of the world would occur due to the threat for the West from Islam and China. This phony theory obfuscated the realities of unequal power, the deep divisions between rich and poor, atheistic nihilism , it’s war against religion and morality and it’s social Darwinian lie of the survival of the fittest. Most importantly, 'religious illiteracy’ and 'cultural ignorance' about the ‘other’ lie at the root of all ‘clashes of ignorance’.
May 08 2019
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Rank #6: modesty in islam 2

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'Hayaa’ is a word which describes both shyness and a deeper modesty that is based on ‘iimaan (faith). Hayaa’ therefore influences a Muslim’s conduct before Allaah, before others and even when one is alone. Hayaa’ makes a person more careful, self-aware, and self-controlled and ultimately results in paying Allaah & His creation the respect that is their due. It is no coincidence that the words ‘Hayaa’ (modesty) and ‘hayaat’ (life) come from the same Arabic root. This signifies that modesty is a sign of a truly ‘living’ heart, and that a heart's vibrancy depends on its owner's belief & knowledge of Allaah
Jan 21 2019
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Rank #7: modesty in islam

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'Hayaa’ is a word which describes both shyness and a deeper modesty that is based on ‘iimaan (faith). Hayaa’ therefore influences a Muslim’s conduct before Allaah, before others and even when one is alone. Hayaa’ makes a person more careful, self-aware, and self-controlled and ultimately results in paying Allaah & His creation the respect that is their due. It is no coincidence that the words ‘Hayaa’ (modesty) and ‘hayaat’ (life) come from the same Arabic root. This signifies that modesty is a sign of a truly ‘living’ heart, and that a heart's vibrancy depends on its owner's belief & knowledge of Allaah.
Jan 14 2019
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Rank #8: Humility - lecture 2

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‘Humility’ is the awareness and acknowledgement on the part of a believer that all the good possessed by him, whether it be his life, opportunities, faculties, intellect, abilities, health, beauty and wealth, are all generous gifts granted by Allaah, and are not of his own doing. Allaah, the Most Generous and Kind, is the source of everything and therefore all praise and thanks is due to Him, and Him alone. This realisation leads a Mu’min to having a deep sense of gratitude, proximity to and love for Allaah. In Islaam, Humility is regarded as the foundation of all other moral virtues, and its absence destroys any other virtue.
Nov 09 2018
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Rank #9: Contentment - lecture 2

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'Ridaa' or ‘Contentment’ with the decree of Allaah is one of the great acts of ‘worship of the heart’. Contentment is the door to tranquillity for a Muslim and experiencing ‘paradise’ on earth. Whoever does not ‘enter it’ will not enter the eternal Paradise of the Hereafter. Contentment gives a Muslim the blessing of a heart at peace and it allows for spiritual growth, especially love. Those who are not content are eventually consumed by greed. When individuals succumb to greed, they will never be satisfied no matter how much they acquire, and therefore never happy and at peace.
Nov 05 2018
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Rank #10: Contentment - lecture 1

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'Ridaa' or ‘Contentment’ with the decree of Allaah is one of the great acts of ‘worship of the heart’. Contentment is the door to tranquillity for a Muslim and experiencing ‘paradise’ on earth. Whoever does not ‘enter it’ will not enter the eternal Paradise of the Hereafter. Contentment gives a Muslim the blessing of a heart at peace and it allows for spiritual growth, especially love. Those who are not content are eventually consumed by greed. When individuals succumb to greed, they will never be satisfied no matter how much they acquire, and therefore never happy and at peace.
Nov 05 2018
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