The history of Islam and Muslims in America dates further back in history than the arrival of Columbus to the Americas. Often times people fail to recognize the immense contributions of Islam and Muslims in various civilizations. This video is just one portrait of those many contributions.
In this video you will learn about the major misconceptions about Islam. Imam John discusses some of the misconceptions raised by the orientalists about the history of Islam.
In this video Omar Suleiman tells us the story of Jerusalem and whether it can once again be home to all three faiths, Muslim, Jews and Christians.
In this episode Dr. Quick discusses the some of the reasons why we must rethink history. He shares some of his own experiences in reconsidering history and not buying into the prominent narrative. Dr. Quick concludes by discussing some of the ways that the Muslim empire impacted the global history.
In this episode Dr. Abdullah Quick discusses some of the reasons why we must rethink history. He particularly focuses on the impact that the Muslims have had on South African history. He starts with the very early Muslims who arrived to the Cape and continues to the modern history of Muslims in South Africa.
In this episode of the Untold Stories of World History Dr. Quick shares insight on the role that Muslims played in the world during the period of the European slavery. He narrates untold stories from history about how Muslims resisted slavery and encouraged others to do the same.
In this episode of the Untold Stories of World History Dr. Quick discusses Muslim relations with the Swedish Vikings. He continues on to discussing some of the western countries which are experiencing or have experienced a rise in Muslim population.
In this episode Dr. Hakim Quick speaks about the slavery of Muslim scholars in America, highlighting the changes they brought within the western society.
In this episode Dr. Hakim Quick briefly shares the immigration of the Muslims during the early period of Islam to Abyssinia and the justice of King Negus.
In this video Dr. Hakim Quick shares the story of the Swahili people and how they originated along with the Muslims and the forces they fought.
In this video Dr. Hakim Quick shares the advancements of Africa and how it travelled to Europe to create one of the highly developed countries the world has ever seen.
In this video Dr. Hakim Quick discusses the expansion of Muslims from Europe and the different religions they faced some more powerful than others.
In this video Dr. Hakim Quick speaks about the mysterious forbidden walled city of Hara that existed some 800 years ago and the advancements it had as a highly spiritual Muslim city.
In this video Dr. Hakim Quick unlocks the gem that is hidden in the city of Timbuktu and what importance it held in the past and in the present for the world.
In this video Dr. Hakim Quick shares the history of Central America and the ancient presence of Muslims there.
In this video Dr. Hakim Quick speaks of the decline of Muslims in Spain and how they were forced to become Muslims in disguise while remaining in Spain.
In this video Wahaj Tarin drawa a contrast between the Muslim world and the Western world during the reign of the golden age of Islam. He discusses some of the inventions and clarifies some of the misconceptions around the concept of the Muslim state.
In this video Omar Suleiman gives a detailed account of Masjid al-Aqsa. He also discusses the significance of this mosque and Jerusalem to the Muslims. He shares some contrast between the Muslim treatment of other religions during their reign in Jerusalem and the Christian/Jewish treatment of other religions during their rule.
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