Recent Lectures


  • Our parents, elders, and teachers have greatly emphasized from our early childhood to start all our activities by saying Bismillah Ar-Rahmani Ar-Raheem. What does this phrase really mean? Most, if not all of us have been explained its meaning also as, “In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful and the Most Compassionate”. When we say “Bismillahi Ar-Rahmani Ar-Raheem”, we are asking Allah’s help whic
    Wed Sep 20, 2017
  • Islam is a religion which teaches us to be dutiful and to show respect to our parents. Allah (SWT) has gifted us with parents which we did not choose, instead HE chose them for us. The Supreme Maker took this decision as a test for them as well as for us. This is the reason why Allah (SWT) says we should be kind to our parents. Parents are given the next highest status after Allah (SWT) and his Pr
    Mon Aug 21, 2017
  • Alhamdulillah, Alhamdulillah, it is the Greatness of our Lord Allah, Subhanahu Wa Taala (SWT(the Exalted))who has honored us with blessed days and blessed nights throughout the entire year. Friday is the best day of the week; Ramadan, the best month of the year;and the last ten nights of Ramadan,the best nights of Ramadan. Then, there is one night inthe last ten best nights of Ramadan, Lailatul Qa
    Wed Aug 02, 2017
  • Are you amazed by the word “JANNAH’? Ok, let’s start with the word ‘Jannah’. What is Jannah?. Yes, we all know it’s heaven, but the word Jannah means “Garden”. We are all afraid of hell and we have been hearing about the torments in hell. Now if we just reverse our thoughts from hell to heaven what is there in heaven. In very simple words Allah [SWT] says “Whatever your soul wishes will be there
    Mon Jul 17, 2017
  • This is part of Mufti Menk’s powerful speech on the topic “Focus on What You Have”, an understanding of our achievements and thanking Allah almighty for that. Are you happy with the blessings you have today? Let’s give it a check. Most of us run behind the ones we desire to get but never remember to thank Allah (SAW) for what we have. Yes, that’s the fact. Comparing ourselves with others is the re
    Thu Mar 30, 2017
  • Dr. Bilal Philips, one of the well known Islamic speakers got a wonderful question from the audience once he was chairing a session. “ Can we drink with our left hand?”. For this funny but serious question has an exact answer that every Muslim must understand. He replied that drinking with your left hand is ofcourse a haram for Islam. Do not drink with your left hand. The reason is Satan drinks wi
    Fri Aug 19, 2016
  • Eddie – www.feedthefastinginsyria.com website requests kind human aid to feed the fasting Syria during the very month of holy Ramadan. By donating through ‘Feeding the Fasting Syria’ campaign, your Ramadan can be a month of purification and blessings. The condition of Syrian people is at risk now days due to riot. They are fasting with little food. They are in poverty and in desperate situations.P
    Fri Jun 17, 2016
  • Many people ask that is it all correct to continue the prayer with not performing wudu or with an invalid wudu. No. You should not pray without performing the wudu. Wudu, the ritual washing to be performed in preparation for prayer and worship. If you break the wudu in between the prayer, you should restart the prayer after performing wudu again. Original Article
    Thu Apr 28, 2016
  • Based on a Hadis, women must cover their feet accordingly during the Salah at home. If a woman does not cover her feet during the Salah, she is neglecting the almighty. Only the hands and face are allowed to show at the time of Salah. Original Article
    Tue Apr 05, 2016
  • Depression usually comes from being far from Allah. We need remembrance of Allah. Our body consists of flesh, bone, muscle and blood. Our body has two parts. Those are physical sense and spiritual sense. For physical sense, it needs exercise, good heart, good food and nutrition. But what does the soul needs. Soul needs Allah. And when that soul taken away from Allah, it never remember Allah. It ne
    Fri Mar 11, 2016
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