Nouman Ali Khan
Summary: Nouman Ali Khan is the founder and CEO of Bayyinah and serves as a lead instructor for several programs including Dream, traveling seminars and Bayyinah TV. His serious Arabic training began in the U.S. in 1999 under Dr. Abdus-Samie, founder and former principal of Quran College in Faisalabad, Pakistan. Nouman served as a professor of Arabic at Nassau Community College until 2006 when he decided to take Bayyinah on as a full-time project. Since then he has taught more than 10,000 students through traveling seminars and programs. He currently resides in Dallas, Texas and is focusing on teaching his students, developing Arabic curricula and filming material for Bayyinah TV.
A believer’s response to Burning of the Quran Nouman Ali Khan Lecture 1 I wanted to share a passage from Surah Ali Imran which is very relevant and extremely pertinent through the kinds of situations Muslims are facing in regards to the construction of masajids in certain places, in regards to how certain Christian groups are celebrating the desecration of Allah’s book and these are painful things to hear over and over again. We shouldn’t be surprised or hurt by these actions actually. The People that don’t believe and especially those that have animosity against Muslims and Islam, they have certain principles that they live by and we have certain principles we live by, the principles of Islam. But when it comes to dealing with the Muslims, and when it comes to dealing with Islam you will find the forces of kufr (disbelief) will compromise their own principles. The Quraysh would never attack one of their own – they would never do so and were willing to spill blood when it comes to one of their own, they will never consider expelling one of their own except when it came to Muhammed sal. because tribe comes before everything. Tribe is everything. For the Quraysh their religion is their tribe. But when it comes to dealing with the Muslims they are willing to compromise that principle. For Firaun attacking someone who was raised in his household is humiliating – he will never do so except when he has to compromise his own principle against Musa Al. he is willing to do so So we shouldn’t be surprised. Kazalika Thughyaan - This is how all forces of rebellion are. This is how they are. This is what we should expect. This is what Allah has taught us to expect. So Instead of worrying about what they are doing, we should be more concerned about what we are doing, what is our responsibility, what are we supposed to be doing. This ayat is to do with the battle of Uhud. But the Ayat has universal lessons in them 3:172 Those who answered (the call of) Allah and the Messenger after being wounded; for those of them whodid good deeds and feared Allah, there is a great reward” Story of Uhad and the rumour about the Quraysh coming back and prophet sal. asking them to go back and defend themselves) Even after they were injured – this is specifically talking about the Battle of Uhud when the Muslims had suffered extreme injury and defeat and the Quraysh had left then a rumour spread that the Quraysh are coming for round two cos they are thinking Muslims are injured and might as well come and finish them off. And the Messenger is turning to the companions who’s morale is gone, they have suffered enormous defeat and he tells them “let’s go after them instead of them coming after us – with our injured soldiers we are going”. Even at that point some sahaba got up and said let’s go. And Allah says “ those who responded even after injury had touched them, those who had excelled from among them and displayed excellent character and stood by the Messenger”. And it says Wattha-qau it not only demonstrates they are committed to the Messenger they also feared Allah. They didn’t fear the enemy. And for them Allah says there’s ajran azeem - there is enormous reward. 3:173 Those (i.e. believers) to the people (hypocrites) said “verily the people (pagans) have gathered against you (a great army), therefore fear them”. But it only increased them in Faith and they said “Allah alone is sufficient for us and He is the Best Disposer of Affairs” (hasbunallahi wa ni’mal wakeel” People around them said this to them, the hypocrites said this to them, People of the Book said this to them - People are gathered up against you, you should be afraid of them, this is what the Muslims were being told. People are rallying against you, the numbers are against you, forces are gathering about you all standing against you,
In the third episode br. Nouman explains to us about the Stronger Ways of Praising Allah
In the second episode br. Nouman explains to us the Significance Of Nouns & Verbs
In this first episode br. Nouman explains to us The Meaning Of Al Hamdu Lillah
A powerful khutbah given by Ustad Nouman Ali Khan @ EIC Al-Masjid
A special event with renowned speaker Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan who delivered a lecture on how the Qur'an can help heal your heart. Delivered at the East London Mosque on Jan 27, 2017.
How the Quran changed the world in 23 years and how it will change you.
Powerful Warning by Nouman Ali Khan - Don't Be Scared Of Satan And His Army!
This Jumuah lecture was delivered at the Islamic Center of Irving, TX.
Surah Ar-Rahman is a powerful wake-up call addressing all kinds of people, especially those exercising various degrees of disbelief. When it was revealed in Mecca, explains Nouman Ali Khan, Allah was talking specifically to the Quraish, who, despite having the greatest messenger, speaking to them in their own tongue, continued to mock and attack Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and desecrate the House of Allah. Yet even though Allah is angry at their consistent denial of all the incredible things their master has done for them, He addresses them as âar-rahmanâ, the quintessence of mercy itself. This great surah is a reminder of our place in front of Allah. One day we shall perish without a trace while He, who owns glory and dignity, shall prevail. It is a reminder that our need for Him goes beyond petty, conscious requests for worldly things but that every breath we take and every heartbeat is a manifestation of his loving and caring mercy. Our ingratitude and forgetfulness of Allahâs gifts is the work of shaytan, the enemy in our invisible spiritual war, who can only be defeated through constant gratitude and remembrance of our master.
This Jumuah Khutbah was delivered at the Islamic Center of Irving, TX.
Ayah 164-166 In his exhaustive study of Surat Al-Baqarah, Nouman Ali Khan reflects on the second and longest chapter of the Quran. He explores how Allah, in his own words, answers some of the most compelling questions being asked about Islam today by both Muslims and non-Muslims.
Ayah 153-163 In his exhaustive study of Surat Al-Baqarah, Nouman Ali Khan reflects on the second and longest chapter of the Quran. He explores how Allah, in his own words, answers some of the most compelling questions being asked about Islam today by both Muslims and non-Muslims.
Ayah 152-158 In his exhaustive study of Surat Al-Baqarah, Nouman Ali Khan reflects on the second and longest chapter of the Quran. He explores how Allah, in his own words, answers some of the most compelling questions being asked about Islam today by both Muslims and non-Muslims.
Ayah 145-151 In his exhaustive study of Surat Al-Baqarah, Nouman Ali Khan reflects on the second and longest chapter of the Quran. He explores how Allah, in his own words, answers some of the most compelling questions being asked about Islam today by both Muslims and non-Muslims.