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 A I Ismael
Quran For Busy People: Weekly insights into the simple beauty and spiritual depth of Islam – from the inside-outJoin Now to Follow
Each week, we share an essential, relevant spiritual teaching from the religion of Islam designed to let you re-discover the simple beauty & spiritual depth of Islam – beyond the headlines. From insider-views to guest-expert interviews, each week, you’ll find a safe-space in which you can openly explore the most controversial religion on earth. Tune in each Tuesday for weekly insights that will increase your consciousness.
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DebtFreeMuslims is a Qalam Institute project and hosted by Omar Usman and Adam Taufique. The show explores everything related to personal finance for Muslims, including home mortgages, budgeting, materialism, credit cards, student loans, marriage, and much more.
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البودكاست الرسمي لمحاضرات فضيلة الشيخ صالح المغامسي نبدأ بعون الله بمحاضرات مجموعة تأملات قرآنية وهي سلسلة مميزة لتفسير سور القرآن الكريم بأسلوب الشيخ الذي عرف ببساطته وسهولته وتميزه بإصال المعلومة للسامع بسلاسه يقوم الشيخ بتدبر وشرح تفسير ايات مختارة من السورة به لمحات وعظية مؤثرة. يتحدث الشيخ بشكل مجمل عن السورة ثم يتعمق في اياتها بشكل سلس وممتع اشراف موقع الراسخون في العلم http://www.alrasekhoon.com قناة الشيخ صالح المغامسي في اليوتيوب http://www.youtube.com/user/alrasekhooncom عند وجود اي ملاحظة او اقتراح آمل التواصل عبر البريد firstname.lastname@example.org
By Saleh AlMaghamsi
These podcasts are designed specifically for English speakers who want to learn tajweed. It will also assist those who do not have the chance to meet a sheikh or qari in their local area, by assisting them to seek this sacred knowledge of Quran and tajweed. Given that there are approximately 20 million Muslims in the English speaking world, this is a useful resource to bring this sacred knowledge to those who cannot find access to sheikhs. The podcasts are a series of short, engaging lectures, going through the rules of Arabic alphabet, makharij (articulation points), sifaat (qualities of letters), waqf (rule stopping and pausing) rasm (Orthography relating to recitation of certain words). There will also be some elaboration on the meaning of tajweed, the history of it (including the biography of Imam Hafs and â€˜Asim) and finally, a brief summary on the work of Imam Al-Jazari and ImamAl-Shatibirhm. This interesting historical background provides English speakers with some context of the great Islamic scholarship that is the basis of how and why we study tajweed today.
By kHALED BOUCHAFAA