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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.

Cover image of Khutbahs Online

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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Rank #1: 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 #2: 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 #3: muslim teens - advice to parents 1

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Adolescence, while fascinating, can also be a very challenging time for parents. Anyone who's been around teens between the ages of 10 – 17 will recognize a disconcerting and disappointing trend: youthful apathy, selfishness, self-centredness, an almost total obliviousness to the world around them and a lack of proper sense of self and strong identity. If we fail to understand the changes triggering this behavioral anomaly we can end up losing our connection with our teens at the time when they need us most. Here are some tips on helping our teenagers.

Nov 14 2016
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