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English audio CD tafseer (explanation) of Surah al-Taghabun of the Holy Quran
During an intensive workshop, Dr. Umar Abd-Allah and Hamza Yusuf engage in a dialogue on the Attributes of God in Islam that is both challenging to the mind and moving to the heart. What are the arguments for the existence of God? What are the means by which we come to understand God? If God is All-Powerful and the Maker of all things, how do we understand the free will of man? What are the arguments that support Divine Revelation? These are some of the thought-provoking topics that are discussed in this unique recording of a formal conversation between these two men. Experience this meeting yourself with this live recording which contains profound insights and understandings into the Islamic faith.
Exemplars of Courage By: Imam Zaid Shakir 12 CD Set This 12 CD set is from a class that Imam Zaid Shakir taught at Zaytuna Institute in Hayward CA. During this 10 weeks course he examines the lives of those who showed courageous stands in difficult times, including Shuraih Al-Qadi, Zaynab bint Ali, Abdallah ibn Hudhafa, Ali ibn Hussain (Zainul Abideen) and more.
2 CD SET, In this thought provoking session, Hamza Yusuf and Imam Zaid Shakir discuss the current conflict between the West and Islam and the abandoned understanding that every person’s life is sacred and that no one has the right to take another’s life.
8 CD SET, Hamza Yusuf’s commentary on Murata’s and Chittick’s The Vision of Islam makes crystal clear the meanings of a Muslim’s beliefs, actions, and spiritual journey through life. Wonderful for Muslims interested in a more thorough understanding of their religion, this set is also an excellent introduction to Islam for people of other faiths who wish to gain a clear understanding of Islam’s basic principles and practices. Remembered by students for its liveliness and clarity, this set is filled with fascinating insights into Islam.
In the Spring of 2004, Hamza Yusuf toured the UK, appearing on BBCs Question Time in London and speaking to Muslim and non-Muslim audiences in Glasgow, Cardiff, Oxford, and London. In this tour, Hamza Yusuf emphasized that continuing to treat the bitter fruits of problems such as terrorism and not dealing with the roots themselves, will not rid us of those problems. While it is easy for the West to say that Muslims need to resolve their issues, the West has failed to understand why Muslims feel that Western countries are responsible for their suffering. Instead of attacking Muslims for their inability and incapacity to change their situation, we as Westerners, must extend a hand of good will and acknowledge our injustices. ?Human beings have an immense capacity to forgive, but there must be an apology andrecognition that people have been wronged and harmed. Simply sending that message, admitting that people have suffered and looking at their suffering in a real way, would do much to diffuse the resentment and rage.?
THINKING ANEW Some decades ago, Albert Einstein noticed that, since the day the atom was split and its power unleashed, the whole world had changed except for one thing: the way we think. And he advised that if we want to ensure peace and the survival of mankind in the face of this new unleashing of power, we must learn to think anew. It was these words that Hamza Yusuf Hanson evoked at Bristol University in Bristol, England in front of an audience of several hundred people, including Lords and Ladies, University professors, and students. In this impassioned yet very wise lecture, Hamza Yusuf examines the state of affairs in our communities and the political conflict we see in our world today. Criticizing our tendency to treat the symptoms of our social breakdowns rather than address their root problems, he offers insight and suggestions on how we can restore peace in our world, creating an environment whereby each individual is respected and his human dignity honored. Echoing the words of Einstein, he stresses that only when we begin to change the patterns in our thinking and break out of our reactionary mindsets, will we begin to transform the strenuous circumstances around us. Hamza Yusufs poignant message was more than well received. This is no clearer than in the closing comments of Professor Phila de Parslo, Chairman of the Governors of the Alamden Center at Bristol University, who, perhaps speaking for the audience, offered Hamza Yusuf her many thanks and disclosed her feeling of eagerness yet inadequacy about the challenge he reminded the audience that lay ahead of them. This lecture is a must for any person searching for insight into our precarious times and solutions for dealing with them.
This is an invaluable talk for anyone interested in effectively communicating the teachings of Islam to people of other faiths. Hamza Yusuf describes the gentle style of the Prophet, peace be upon him, when speaking to people about Islam and his emphasis on talking to people at a level they can comprehend according to their own state.
In this 5 CD set, Hamza Yusuf discusses the causes of unhappiness in this world, according to Imam al-Ghazali, and gives us the guidelines to obtain inward contentment.
Many people have long held the erroneous notion that men are better than women. In Men & Women, Hamza Yusuf makes clear the positions and roles of men and women in society according to the Quran and Sunnah and sheds much-needed light on several often misunderstood Quranic verses and hadiths concerning the relationship between the two. His eye-opening discussion of issues such as the hijab, marital rights, and domestic violence, will prove invaluable for all listeners, particularly couples who want to improve understanding in their marriages and individuals who want to be reassured of Islams honor of women.
Sacred Law in Secular Lands, taught by Shaykh Abdallah Bin Bayyah and simultaneously translated by Shaykh Hamza Yusuf, contains vital information that effects Muslims living in the West and in other non-Muslim lands.Topics covered include the right to live in a non-Muslim land, dealing with the laws and customs of the land, womens education, modest dress, the right to own a home, banking and mortgages, medical issues, and more!
In this historic talk, Imam Zaid Shakir presents an insightful look at the history and presence of African Muslims in America during the twentieth century. From the early Islamically influenced pan-African movements, the Moorish Science Temple, the Nation of Islam, and the varied Sunni communities to the life and legacy of Malcolm X as a Sunni Muslim, this groundbreaking lecture sheds light on this important topic and its relevance for today and the future.
This brilliant narration of the life of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) was presented by Hamza Yusuf in a twelve week course based on the book, Muhammad by Martin Lings. It is unrivaled in its analysis of the Prophets life, making his amazing persona come alive. The focus of the narration is the Prophets relationship with Allah through the Quran. Listeners learn verses in the order they were revealed to show how they impacted the young Muslim nation.
The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) repeated three times, “The one who has no love has no faith,” and he commanded Muslims to spread peace. Addressing an audience of Muslims and people of other faiths, Hamza Yusuf speaks about the problems of warfare, explaining that war is a capitulation to the worst aspects of humanity. It is human nature to forgive and resolve conflicts; “Humans are very adept if they choose to do that, but it’s a conscious choice, and it takes courage and effort,” Yusuf said. This talk is vital for people of all faiths who wish to work towards peace and face the challenge of opposing warfare.
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