This series of ten lectures by Dr Hesham Al-Awadi, presented here on 10 CDs, surveys the history of great Muslim women from the time of the Prophet Muhammad (saw) right through to the present day. The listener is taken on a truly fascinating journey of discovery exploring the role women played in different communities across the Islamic world. This CD set is a must for anyone who wishes to grasp the Islamic values and principles that underpinned, inspired and motivated women from all walks of life.
Contrary to what the title suggests, this lecture is not a discussion about the onslaught of the western ideologies against the position of the Muslim woman. In actuality, this presentation is about the internal war. This lecture is about the war zone that is alive behind the closed doors of the Muslim homes. Is their a problem with our home relationships? Is their a problem in our marriages? Is their a problem with how our educational institutions are structured today? These and other important questions are analyzed, commented on, and answered in this empowering presentation.
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This 8 CD set introduces a new dimension to the Seerah or life of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW), which has rarely been looked at in past Seerah narratives: Focusing upon how the Prophet (SAW) taught, dealt, and interacted with children, many of whom grew up to become outstanding companions and model Muslims. In introducing parents and potential parents to the Prophetic example of dealing with children, Dr. Hesham Al-Awadi tackles the challenges and complexity of raising children, and the necessity to understand and cater for their needs. Throughout these lectures recorded at Birkbeck College, University of London, Dr. Al-Awadi, a renowned Seerah historian draws upon instances from the Prophet’s (SAW) life in order to address the emotional, spiritual, moral, sexual, and social dimensions of raising children in today’s society.
Cosmetic surgeries become widely common amongst Muslim women, many indulge in it without knowing the rules of the Sharee’ah regarding such surgeries.
In this lecture Sh. Abu Adnan outlines the Islamic ruling regarding make up, temporary tattoos, Botox and other cosmetic surgeries based on the foundations of the Sharee’ah and the Islamic Fiqh, then implementing the rulings on each category.
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