Posts Tagged ‘Khalid Latif’

Ella Collins Institute Winter Retreat 2012 Videos

Did you miss out on the Ella Collins Institute Winter Retreat 2012? You can now watch the videos on the Ella Collins Vimeo Account here: http://vimeo.com/ondemand/eciretreat2012 Some of the sessions include: Spiritual Survival 101: Religion in the Modern Day All-American Muslim: Challenges Facing Indigenous Islam The Road Less Traveled: Picking a Path to Spiritual Development Up […]

Muslims, Rock the Vote

Imam Khalid Latif rocks Muslim civic engagement in a sermon at the Islamic Center at NYU.

This Woman is My Hero

In this sermon, Imam Khalid Latif shares the story of Khadijah bint Khuwaylid, the wife of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ, peace be upon him.  

Ramadan Reflection: Seek Support

Two young women and a young man reached out to me respectively this past week, none knowing the others, but all having gone through a similar experience as children. Each had been the victim of sexual abuse at a very young age, and none of them had really spoken about it for quite some time. […]

Getting Ready for Ramadan

Imam Khalid Latif speaks about making and breaking habits at ICNYU in preparation for Ramadan.

Intentions: Confidence vs. Arrogance

Imam Khalid Latif presents Getting Ready for Ramadan: Intentions: Confidence vs. Arrogance at ICNYU.

Ingratitude: The Other Kufr (Disbelief)

At ICNYU, Imam Khalid Latif discusses the importance of thanking others and expressing gratitude, along with the dangers of being ungrateful.

Every 2 Minutes: Sexual Violence

Imam Khalid Latif talks about sexual violence in his khutbah (sermon) at ICNYU.

Why Me, Allah?

Imam Khalid Latif and I spoke at the University of Houston MSA and Risala Foundation last week. The topic: “Why me, Allah?” Khalid spoke powerfully, eloquently, and deeply on individual suffering, especially faced by women in our communities, their trials, and our need to present compassion in place of judgment. I spoke on the topic of “Why […]

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 […]

It’s Tough Being a Girl

Many of the discussions that exist around gender in the Muslim community, both in the United States and abroad, have not fruitful. In this khutbah, Imam Latif speaks about the need for Muslim women to empower themselves through knowledge and also discusses how Muslims on a whole have failed to treat their women with the […]

A Time to Pray

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