by Sh. Yasir Qadhi
Yasir Qadhi speaks on hijra and how to live as part of a Muslim ummah in a non-Muslim community or nation.
A series of videos about learning Tajweed of The Qur’an.
Defending the Prophet Against Orientalist Critique
Part One (Yaser Qadhi)
Part Two (Yaser Birjas)
By ~ Yasir Qadhi
Based on Surah Luqman, this lecture is about the ideal father-son relationship. Not only can the message delivered in this presentation be useful for the fathers and sons but also for parents and their children as a whole, regardless of age. The wisdom of Luqman was quite insightful and fore-sighting, a quality which many parents lack in the upbringing of their children. The speaker in this presentation extracts lessons from Surah Luqman related to child rearing.
By ~ Yasir Qadhi
Allah states in the Quran that it is not enough for mankind to say they believe; they must prove that belief by being tested as well. The Prophet (S) narrated that the early generations were blessed and that it will be the later generations that will be tested with more trials and tribulations. They will be tested such that every time a trial appears, it will make the one before it seem trivial.So how should these later generations prepare? Is it enough to merely “survive” these trials? Or are these trials a means of differentiating true faith from hypocrisy?Learn how Muslims should react to fitnahs and what they can gain (or lose) by them.
~ By Yasir Qadhi
Tawheed is based from the root word Wah-hada. Wahhada means to make something one. Tawheed is the act of ascribing unity to something. (this is the linguistic definition).
When it comes to islamic sciences – Tawheed refers to the unification of Allah(subhana wa ta’ala) in the aspect of Rububeeyah, Ulooheeyah and Asma wassiffat. To make Allah(subhana wa ta’ala) one in these 3 aspects.