Archive for the ‘Other’ category

America vs. The Caliphate?

Podcast: Download (Duration: 22:26 — 10.8MB) After lectures at several universities, a few students asked me about the intersection of Islam and politics. Unfortunately, many associate Islam with a political agenda, a source of suspicion to many outside the Muslim community, and a cause for frustration and alienation for many within the community. We have become so […]

The Taj Mahal and the Islamic Principles of Wealth

Like the Alhambra, the Taj Mahal is a symbol of Muslim sophistication, achievement, and wealth.  And like the Alhambra, the dynasty that produced the Taj Mahal vanished not long after producing it.  We often wonder why the Ummah (global community) finds itself in its present condition–but one thing is for sure: It’s not for lack of money. […]

Tafsir Surat As-Shams (Part II)

In his Wednesday night class at MCA, Imam Suhaib Webb explains the second part of Surat As-Shams (Qur’an, 91) and a brother converts to Islam at the beginning of the class alhamdulilLah (Praise be to God).

Confronting Islamophobia

This was a joint session at the UK Islamophobia Conference in Birmingham April 2011. Muslema Purmul: “Islamophobia Within” Jamaal Diwan: “Dealing with Islamophobes” Abdel Rahman Mussa “What is Shariah”

No Regrets This Ramadan

The Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, would make du’aa “Allahuma Baraklana fi Rajab wa Shabaan wa balaghna Ramadan” – Oh Allah make blessed for us the months of Rajab and Shabaan and let us reach the month of Ramadan. Imam Latif discusses the importance of being prepared, both for the month of Ramadan and […]

From Sh. Bin Bayyah to the American Muslim

In a video message for an Islamic Conference, Shaykh Abdullah Bin Bayyah addresses American Muslims.  

Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?

On May 6th, 2011, Hassan Elwan gave a lecture titled “Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?” at the Islamic Institute of Orange County (IIOC).

Today, Egypt is Free

In this video, Imam Khalid Latif emotionally discusses the relevance of what happened in Egypt and how we as Muslims in the U.S. can learn from this momentous event in History.

Interview with Ammar Alshukry

1.       When did you start writing poetry? The first time I started writing anything was in college. I would scribble in my notebook about how I didn’t want to be in a certain class (calculus for example).  I appreciated poetry before but it was limited to reading. 2.       How do you encourage others to  experiment […]

Islam, Nonviolence & Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

In collaboration with ICNYU

Begin with Bismillah

In collaboration with ICNYU

Protecting the Rights & Liberties of Americans: The Case for Islam

Podcast: Download (Duration: 1:24:28 — 81.1 MB) On November 5, 2010, NYU’s Center for Law and Security hosted a panel titled “Protecting the Rights and Liberties of Americans: The Case for Islam.”  As part of their annual conference, the panel brought together a number of distinguished speakers, including Imam Khalid Latif of NYU’s Islamic Center, and […]

Self-control and Forgiveness

In collaboration with ICNYU

A Time to Pray

  A Time to Pray by Khalid Latif from ICNYU on Vimeo.

Your 10 Days of Dhul Hijjah

Lecture by Khalid Latif | in collaboration with ICNYU

Broken Vows: Free vs. Forced Marriages

Lecture by Khalid Latif | in collaboration with ICNYU

Best Apple Deen Apps

by Reem Rahman The following is a list of some of the favorite Apple applications used by suhaibwebb.com authors as tools to help fill our lives with the light, love, and guidance of Allah (God), Islam, and the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ. Like never before, the Apple iPhone, iPod, iPad and other devices allow for volumes […]

Allah, Avatar and the Planet

Lecture by Haroon Moghul | in collaboration with ICNYU Podcast: Download (Duration: 26:59 — 25.9MB) More and more Americans and Westerners are suspicious of “organized religion”.  But Americans remain deeply spiritual, and continue to express a desire for a meaningful life of transcendence.  The environmental movement represents one such trend: Re-connecting with Mother Earth, seeing all life as part […]

Real Men Don’t Hit Women

Lecture by Khalid Latif | in collaboration with ICNYU Real Men Don’t Hit Women Pt1 – w/Khalid Latif from Khalid Latif on Vimeo. Real Men Don’t Hit Women Pt2 – w/Khalid Latif from Khalid Latif on Vimeo.

What Muslims Should Sound Like

In collaboration with ICNYU Podcast: Download Every day, it seems, more and more negative images of Islam and Muslims pour into our media.  It’s not too hard to imagine what words come to mind when our fellow Americans think of our religion, and we can see around us the effects of our inaction.  We don’t tell our […]