And spend in the Cause of Allaah [Surah Baqarah 2:195] Please do not let the availability of these online lectures hinder you from buying them. The speakers, along with anybody else who is earning money due to the sales of the lectures, have a right to their money. If you are financially able to do so, purchase the lecture you wish to listen to. Your wealth will not decrease if spent for His sake. ‘Say: Truly, my Lord enlarges the provision for whom He wills of His slaves, and (also) restricts (it) for him, and whatsoever you spend of anything (in Allah’s Cause), He will replace it. And He is the Best of providers’.[Surah Saba’ 34:39]
Here is an excellent lecture given by Shaykh Kamal el-Makki entitled, “The End of Music.” This is excellent for those who listen to Music as well as for those who don’t; his words are very strong, convincing, and thoughtful. To watch a preview of what will be discussed, click here and here.
By Kamal el-Mekki. This lecture briefly covers the dawah effort of Sheikh Abdullah ibn Yasin (Rahimullah), even though Salahudeen came after him the scholars call him the Salahudeen of Africa. Through Abdullah ibn Yasin, Allah unified kings and kingdoms and allowed Islam to prosper throughout North Africa.
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Dangers of the Tongue-Waleed Basyouni
By Waleed Basyouni. The tongue is a small muscle, yet by the blessings of Allah, has amazing power. This muscle can never get tired. Can you imagine how much you use it? Now just imagine the amount of good or bad that can be produced from such a thing. For example, the tongue can give indications of the level of Eman in a person. The tongue can earn a person Jannah. In America, talk is cheap unless you talk to a lawyer. But in Islam talk is not cheap and it definitely is not free. Talk is something we must all account for.
By Navaid Aziz
Ahmad the Repenter!
The speaker commences the lecture by explaining the importance of repenting to Allah without despairing from His Mercy and forgiveness. The main topic of this talk is about the recent unforgetfull true story of a man called Ahmad, who struggled to live a normal life after committing a major sin.
The speaker takes us on a rollacaster ride with Ahmad on his quest for forgiveness, sharing with us his joy and sadness and details the lessons that can be learnt from this emotional, heartbreaking story.
Holiday Season: An Islamic Perspective and Bid’a: The Hidden Sin
Holiday Season – An Islamic perspective
By: Kamal El Mekki. Each holiday season Muslims in the West are barraged with the holiday spirit, yet few understand the true nature of these holidays and fewer still manage to save their religion when approached by this fervor. This Lecture is a most important look at the history and refutations of common western Holidays, and provides the Islamic principles by which to judge all such events.
Bidah: The Hidden Sin
By: Sh. Waleed Basyouni. One of the most severe yet hidden sins in Islam is the act of committing Bidah. These sins are especially severe because in doing them one believes that one is involved in good righteous acts only to discover that on the day of akhira they will be viewed as sinful disobedience by Allah. It is for this reason that no Muslim should go without a thorough understanding of the issue of Bidah, and also know the common characteristics that can be used to recognize and act as such. This knowledge is appropriately addressed in this lecture in a very interesting story telling style.
Lectures for Sisters
Of Egyptian descent, Yahya Adel Ibrahim was burn in Canada and currently resides in Perth, Western Australia. He began memorizing the Quran at the age of 16 and finished 20 months later, receiving an Ijaazah. He began lecturing at the main mosques in Toronto at the age 17. In his quest for authentic and classical Islamic knowledge, Yahya Ibrahim traveled the world to meet, translate and study with Islamic scholars and students of knowledge. Being proficient in Arabic and English, he has translated books and various works from Arabic into English for many Islamic dignitaries.
Silence is Salvation
Allah & His Prophet (peace be upon him) love the excellent characteristic of remaining silent over vain speech and have exhorted the believers to adopt this exemplary trai. And indeed, one of the beautiful qualities of a believer is that he only speaks good otherwise he remains silent. Unfortunately, in this day and age, we have adopted an un-Islamic approach to this sphere of life and taken on board the maxim’… words will never hurt…’
As a result of this, we deem the deeds of the tongue as being insignificant in comparison to other deeds whereas the reality is that the tongue can lead one to paradise or hell. This talk also outlines the manner, conditions and circumstances in which we have been instructed to speak by the Quran and Sunnah.
The Forbidden Gaze
By Sheikh Feiz. The forbidden gaze… What exactly is the forbidden gaze? What is permitted in regards to looking, interacting and speaking with the opposite sex? In society today there is much confusion clouting this topic, and many are heedless to the affects and consequences of these acts, adopting a very western secular position to what is actually disallowed in Islam.
In this series Sheikh Feiz explores and clarifies what is allowed pertaining to the interaction of men and women and what is disallowed.
The Forbidden Love
Come not near to the unlawful sexual intercourse. Verily, it is a Fahishah [i.e. anything that transgresses its limits (a great sin)], and an evil way (that leads one to Hell unless Allah forgives him). 17:32
By Kamal El Mekki. This session discusses the sin of “zina” or fornication and gives practical preventive measures from the Quran and Sunnah.
An Explanation of Kitab al-Tawhid
The book, as the title suggets, deals with the subject of worshipping Allah alone without associating partners with Him. The author highlights many matters that have become common among Muslims even though they are clearly acts of shirk or associating partners with Allah. Not only is this book distinguished due to the importance of the subject matter but also due to the methodology adopted by the author for which he is well known. The reader will find that th emajority of the book consists of verses of the Qur’an, ahadith of the Prophet (pbuh), and sayings of the early Muslims.
Fiqh of Worship – Sheikh Yasir Qadhi
In this lecture series, Sheikh Yasir Qadhi provides listeners with the proper manner of carrying out purification (wudhu, ghusl) salaah, zakaat etc. These lectures will enable the listener to worship Allah with confidence and clarity and put a stop to the doubts that cloud our minds while performing acts of worship.
Fiqh of Worship – Part 01 Download
Fiqh of Worship – Part 02 Download
Fiqh of Worship – Part 03 Download
Fiqh of Worship – Part 04 Download
Fiqh of Worship – Part 05 Download
Fiqh of Worship – Part 06 Download
Refuting Attacks against Islam
Here is a series of lectures regarding controversial topics in Islam (polygamy,concubines etc) which are answered by Sheikh Yasir Qadhi, Sheikh Abu Aaaliyah and another brother. Some of the questions are so well answered that it will leave you astonished and more importantly, satisfied at this great religion’s answers to everything.
Refuting Attacks against Islam – Part 04 Download
Refuting Attacks against Islam – Part 05 Download
Refuting Attacks Against Islam – Part 06Download
Refuting Attacks against Islam – Part 07 Download
Refuting Attacks Against Islam – Part 08 Download
Refuting Attacks Against Islam – Part 09 Download
The History of the Crusades
Dr. Abdullah Hakim Quick is the first American graduate of the Islamic University of Madinah, Saudi Arabia. He has M.A. and a Ph.D. degrees from the University of Toronto, Canada. He has traveled extensively in the the Caribbean and Central America and throughout the Muslim World. He is the author of several scholarly articles, and lectured and researched in over 29 countries.
This is an Audio version of the book. Wise Sayings, Interesting Events and Moral Lessons from the Islamic History. Excerpts and passages collected from many books written by the scholars of Islam have been compiled in this volume. The contents will be of equal interest to all Muslims whether they are children or adults, and similarly they will gain a lot of virtues, develop good character patterns, and adopt intellectual behaviour in their lives from the examples of the great personalities of Islam.
Those Who Desire Paradise
Paradise is a beautiful place where Muslims will enter on the Day of Judgement by the will of Allah. However in order to take a seat in Paradise, we must strive very hard in this life.
In this lecture, Bilal Assad narrates inspiring stories, which shakes the heart and causes the eyes to shed tears, of men and women who truly deserved Paradise by remaining firm on their religion despite all the merciless persecution and hardship.
These inspirational stories are from before, after and during the time of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Legends of Islam
- Nouridden Zinki
- Salahuddin Ayoobi
- Ukbah bin Nafe’
- ‘Umar bin Abdul Aziz
- Imam Bukhari
- Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahab
- Saifuddin Kuduz
Umar ibn al-Khattab
A towering figure, they say that when he used to be in the market place amongst the people, it would seem as though he was on horseback! A staunch character, firm in upholding the law of Islam; a person who walks around at night seeking to aid his people. When he would walk on one side of the street the Shaytan would avoid him and go on the opposite side! A Caliph that spent his night and day caring and looking after his Ummah, first to set up policing in the Muslim Ummah. Yet a Caliph that would weep until his beard would be soaked. An inspirational talk on the life and character of Umar ibn Al-Khattab.
This collection of forty hadith by one of the most famous compilers of hadith is generally regarded as the most popular anthology and the best introduction to the study of the Prophet’s sayings which, together with the Qur’an, contain the essential teachings of Islam. The Arabic original has been printed alongside the English translation for the benefit of those with a knowledge of Arabic. The translation, by two scholars working in close collaboration, combines accuracy with readability.