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The Qur’an Cures All Illness | Late Night Talks

In the last 10 nights of Ramadan, Dr. Omar Suleiman and Sh. Yaser Birjas reflect on the book “The Disease and Its Cure” by Imam Ibn al-Qayyim.

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Qur’an 30 for 30 | Season 5

Qur’an 30 for 30 | Season 5

Dr. Omar Suleiman and Sh. Abdullah Oduro are back with a brand new season of Qur’an 30 for 30! This time, they’re stepping away from virtual meetings and setting the stage up for an interactive experience that the whole family can enjoy. Join them and a surprise guest every day this Ramadan as they extract new perspectives and gems from the Qur’an.

10 Ways to Maximize Your Worship in the Last 10 Nights of Ramadan | Blog

10 Ways to Maximize Your Worship in the Last 10 Nights of Ramadan | Blog

How could Allah, the Most Compassionate and Merciful, allow the unleash evil upon innocent and defenseless people?  Read how In Sūrat al-Burūj, Allah ﷻ directly addresses the reality of genocide.

Why Laylatul Qadr? The Significance & Virtues of the Most Important Night of the Year

Why Laylatul Qadr? The Significance & Virtues of the Most Important Night of the Year

Islam makes certain times and places especially sacred. The Night of Power is one of these times. Learn the significance of Laylatul Qadr and how to seek its reward.

Asking Ar-Rahman: 10 Du’as for the Last Ten Nights of Ramadan

Asking Ar-Rahman: 10 Du’as for the Last Ten Nights of Ramadan

Sh. Suleiman Hani shares 10 timeless du’as for the last ten nights of Ramadan that we should incorporate into our nightly worship before Ramadan slips away. Each du’a includes the Arabic, transliteration, and translation so everyone can benefit! Includes du’as for: ForgivenessSincerity and pietyBeneficial knowledgeHappinessand much more! Tap on the button to download.

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Will I Ever Find True Love? | Why Me?

A lot of us grow up with fairy tales about magical encounters, butterflies, perfect fantasies, and happy endings. But is there such a thing as true love and soulmates in Islam? What does Islam say about love? The Seerah is full of stories about marriage and love that are timelessly relatable, and speak of all types of fates. Because just like rizq, romantic love is also decreed by Allah, and what Al-Wadud writes for you of love is more perfect for you than anything you could ever desire.

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Why we need revelation to be ethical

Why we need revelation to be ethical

A common sentiment held by many is that humans can be good without religion. While our fitrah, our innate human nature, is inclined towards good, it does not necessarily mean that it knows and follows the most ethical stance. Who defines what is ethical, anyway? In this unit, students will explore why humans are in need of ethical guidance by analyzing the limitations of the fitrah. Students will recognize that even though we all have the capacity to be good, we need revelation to center our understanding of ethics. By the end of this unit, students will appreciate the transformative power of revelation and learn to apply moral excellence in their own lives through the example of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ.

Navigating Palestine’s struggle through faith

Navigating Palestine’s struggle through faith

Muslims all over the world are witnessing the senseless violence and destruction against our Palestinian sisters and brothers. In these difficult times, we may find ourselves frustrated and in pain as we see the loss of innocent life. Such emotions are a natural response to the atrocities taking place, but is there more we can do as Muslims? How can faith help us navigate our current crisis? The purpose of this lesson is to deepen our perspective on the presence of evil and suffering through a God-centered worldview.

Islam and homosexuality: Reframing the narrative on LGBTQ

Islam and homosexuality: Reframing the narrative on LGBTQ

One of the major challenges facing religious communities is the pressure to conform to the popular rhetoric of the LGBTQ movement, and to accept the movement’s stances on same-sex acts. In this unit, we help students understand what Islam says about same-sex desires and acts and empower them to challenge the principles that underlie the LGBTQ movement.  

Fasting and zakat: Winning through sacrifice

Fasting and zakat: Winning through sacrifice

It is natural for Muslim youth to wonder about the purpose of rituals in Islam, specifically those that require sacrifice. This unit takes a multi-dimensional approach to understanding sacrifice in Islam, and explores the innumerable benefits religious rituals can procure in our lives.

How can evil coexist with a merciful God?

How can evil coexist with a merciful God?

The ‘problem of evil’ is a major point of contention in philosophical and religious circles. To address the topic, this unit first clarifies the terms of the debate by explaining that human knowledge can never encompass the reality of ‘goodness’ or ‘evil.’ It then surveys how Islamic theodicies have responded to the problem of evil. The unit concludes by inviting students to explore how the prophetic model allows them to find meaning and be inspired to act positively in a world where ‘evil’ exists.

Conscious or coerced: Divine decree in Islam

Conscious or coerced: Divine decree in Islam

This unit explores a difficult question brought up by Muslim youth and adults alike: if God has knowledge of all things and we are subject to His will and power, then how do we have free will? Students will explore the Qur’anic discourse on predestination and free will to equip them with the tools to navigate and resolve this apparent paradox.