Bilal Assad was born in Williamstown, Melbourne, Australia. He started his Islamic studies at a very early age and acquired his Shariah knowledge in Lebanon; and continued tertiary education in Biomedical Science in Australia. Bilal has been offering his service to the community for many years and has been working with the Islamic Society of Victoria for over ten years.
By Muslim Central
The Almighty Creator Desires a DEEP Personal Relationship with YOU Drawing close to the Almighty Creator Detailed discussion of what it takes to develop a DEEP Personal Relationship with the Almighty Creator whose true Name is “Yah the Eternally Self-Existing”, otherwise known as “The LORD” and “God”. The show will share little known principles in drawing close to the Almighty such that He eventually calls you His Friend. We will also discuss diverse topics that are necessary to living life to the standards that are necessary to have such a relationship with the Creator and overcoming issues. This show is broadcast live on Friday at 2PM ET on W4CY Radio – (<a href="http://www.w4cy.com">www.w4cy.com</a>) part of Talk 4 Radio (<a href="http://www.talk4radio.com/)">http://www.talk4radio.com/)</a> on the Talk 4 Media Network (<a href="http://www.talk4media.com/)">http://www.talk4media.com/)</a>.
By Talk 4 Radio
The Salam, Girl! podcast features content related to building a strong confident character as an American Muslim woman. The show is hosted by Monica Traverzo and Nicole Queen, two American women who chose to convert to Islam. They share advice, experiences and interview inspirational guests to help empower Muslim women to reach their fullest potentials.
By Nicole Queen and Monica Traverzo: Muslim Podcasters
We often overlook Islamic history as a learning tool. The history of Islam is not only important for Muslims, but important for everyone. Islam and the people who call themselves Muslims have made an enormous impact on our world. The Islamic History Podcast is about discovering that history in a fun and interesting way.
By Muttaqi Ismail