Posts Tagged ‘Suhaib Webb’
Lecture by Suhaib Webb | Transcribed by Fuseina Mohamad Surat Al-Fatiha Series: Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V | Part VI | Part VII | Part VIII | Part IX | Part X | Part XI | Part XII | Part XIII | Part XIV| Part XV | Part XVI | Part XVII | Part XVIII | Part XIX | Part XX | Part XXI | Part XXII | Part XXIII | Part XXIV | Part XXV The fourth one is ar-riya’ bil ‘amal: riya’ (arrogance) through one’s actions. This means you do certain […]
Question: “O you, who have believed, obey Allah and obey the Messenger and those in authority among you. And if you disagree over anything, refer it to Allah and the Messenger, if you should believe in Allah and the Last Day. That is the best [way] and best in result.” (Qur’an 4:59) “And do not […]
Year in Review: 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 2011 was a year of moves to remember from all corners of the world: By the grace of Allah, Pharonic tyrants were forcibly moved off their thrones in Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya, readers hearts around the world moved to hold qiyams for the countless citizens risking their lives for freedom daily, and […]
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In late September, my life began to smear. A horrid pace began to take its toll. Ramadan had just concluded and I was off to Malaysia to film 26 episodes of Reflections for T.V. al-Hijrah (to be done in 5 days), my wife’s visa status still hung in the balance, my financial situation was “code […]
Reflections from Imam Ibn al-Qayyim and Imam al-‘Ayni Mu`adh bin Jabal once said, “No action saves a person from God’s punishment like remembering Him.” Ibn al-Qayyim commented on this, “Meaning: Constant remembrance is a means of God’s constant love. Remembering Him is to the heart, what water is to a seed. Nay; what water is […]
By Omar Sacirbey | Boston Globe December 3rd, 2011 He grew up as a preacher’s grandson in Oklahoma, attending Church of Christ services twice a week, until the pull of Christianity started to weaken. His teen years were spent spinning hip-hop music as a DJ, but that world came to feel hollow. Then he found […]
The Question The hall that we rented has experienced overflow for the taraweeh prayers (the late night prayers offered in Ramadan). We started to pray outside, but the neighbors complained and we were forced to rent the room adjacent to the one we pray in. Some sincere brothers and sisters mentioned that the prayers of […]
In this lecture, Imam Suhaib Webb gives Ramadan advice to Zaytuna Summer Arabic Intensive students on fasting, materialism and time management.
By Raja Abdulrahim | Los Angeles Times May 27, 2011 At the pulpit of an inner-city Chicago mosque, the tall blond imam begins preaching in his customary fashion, touching on the Los Angeles Lakers victory the night before, his own gang involvement as a teenager, a TV soap opera and then the Day of Judgment. […]
In his Wednesday night class at MCA, Imam Suhaib Webb explains the first half of Surat Al-Bayyinah (Qur’an, 98). Part I Podcast: Download (Duration: 20:00 — 19.2 MB) Part II Podcast: Download (Duration: 20:00 — 19.2 MB) Part III Podcast: Download (Duration: 01:50 — 1.8 MB)
An Abridgment of Muhammad bin Ahmad al-Mayara’s Writings Its Definition Taqwa means to abandon religious prohibitions and observe religious injunctions. It is defined by Shari’ah as, “A person’s protection from what will harm him in the Hereafter.” Its Scope Abandoning the prohibitions and observing the injunctions implies an inner and outer reality. Thus, its application […]