In this episode of The Deen Show Sh. Alaa counters some of the arguments presented to support the claim that Islam is an extremist ideology.
In this episode of the Facets of Islam Yusuf Estes discusses some of the manifestations of Justice in Islam.
In this episode of the Facets of Islam Yusuf Estes discusses some of the manifestations of freedom in Islam.
In this video Abdullah al-Andalusi discusses some of the major issues raised against the Shariah law and misconceptions relating to the law.
In this video Dr. Uthman Lateef details the gratefulness we should show towards our parents and the ways in which we should show respect for them.
In this video Yassir Fazaga discusses the concept of Social justice in Islam. He highlights numerous injustices in society and explains how Islam presents solutions for such injustices and ills.
In this video of The Deen Show, Eddie and Mauri Saalakhan discuss the importance of advocating justice in Islam. They primarily focus on the case of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui and discuss many of the injustices that she has went through during her imprisonment.
In this video, Dr. Bilal Philips discusses the concept of halal (permissible) and haram (impermissible). He explains the vast nature of each of these terms. He also discusses the recent development of the halal industry.
In this video, Omar Suleiman commences the series on 40 traditions related to social justice. He explains the gravity of injustice in the sight of God. He expands on the divine tradition in which God says, ďO My slaves. I have made injustice forbidden upon Myself, and I have forbidden it upon you as well, so donít be unjust!Ē
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