In this presentation Imam Omar Suleiman gives an excellent overview of the Islamic creed and fundamental beliefs in a simplified form.
In this video Nouman Ali Khan speaks about the story of Adam and Eve and the reasons why they were expelled from Paradise.
In this video Dr. Bilal Philips raises a few questions which we can use to judge to what degree do we know who our Lord is.
In this video Kamal El-Mekki discusses the real status of Ali ibn Abi Talib (RA) in Islam.
In this lecture Mufti Menk discusses the importance of unity amongst the Muslims. He shares some common examples of how Muslims fall into disunity among one another.
In this video Nouman Ali Khan shares the story of Prophet Mosa in the Quran.
In this video Yahya Ibrahim shares a glimpse of the unseen world
In this exciting lecture, Dr. Bilal Philips discusses one of the aspects of the world of the unseen. The subject of Jinn as a point of belief in Islam has been highlighted in the Quran. Allah revealed an entire chapter in the Quran about creatures known as the Jinn.
In this video Kamal El-Makki speaks about Jesus (PBUH) and about his return at the end times. He speaks about related signs of the Day of Judgement deriving benefits along the way.
In this video Bilal Assad discusses the events that a human will experience from their death till they reach their abode in either Paradise or Hell.
In this video Mufti Menk discusses the essential concepts of Islam very passionately. He discusses the importance of recognizes that the very foundation of Islam is Monotheism. Mufti Menk further elaborates on some of the deviations that have occurred over the years as a result of swaying from the foundation of Islam.
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