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    Surat Al-Kauthar is the shortest chapter in the Qur’an, but it carries a blessing so powerful that it was more beloved to the Messenger of Allah (ṣallallāhu ’alayhi wa sallam) than the world and everything in it! Shaykh Yasir Qadhi gives a short tafseer of Surat Al-Kauthar.

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    Why do we worship Allah (God)? How do we worship Allah? How do we perfect this worship? And what are the levels of worshiping Him? Shaykh Yasir Qadhi answers these questions by taking us on a journey of the very purpose of our existence, the worship of Allah.

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    ’ Very interesting episodes which we present to those who want to improve their Faith. Aqeedah is linguistically derived from the term ’aqadah’ - a verb which means "to hold fast to" or "to establish". According to our scholars, ’aqeedah is the firm creed and beliefs that one’s heart is fixed upon without any wavering or doubt. Are we certain about these beliefs to which our hearts should be tied? How well do we know the fundamental tenets of Islam, relating to our Iman in Allah (swt), in the prophets, the books, the angels, the Last day and Qadr [fate]?

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    In this episode, Ustadh Yasir Qadhi proves and demonstrates the extreme and meticulous care with which the Prophet (pbuh) protected the various aspects of tawheed. Just as alcohol and adultery were made haram, so too were all the roads leading to them. When this is the case for major sins, then it must be even more so for the sin of shirk.

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    Da’wah Advice to Young Muslims by Shaykh Yasir Qadhi As seen on Peace TV from the show ’In the Company of Scholars’ featuring Yassir Fazaga, Dr. Zaghloul El Naggar hosted by Brother Yusuf Idris. This is a brief reminder on the importance of giving Dawah to Muslims and Non Muslims.

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    To many people the ’Evil Eye’ is just superstitious beliefs and fabricated myths of old... to others it’s an excuse of placing the blame for everything wrong in their lives. So what is the Evil-Eye? ...Is it a myth, superstition or reality? Shaykh Yasir Qadhi discusses this important topic of this burning jealousy of the heart that has the potential to harm the opposite person.

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    One of the signs of a strong Emaan is that one has a soft & pure heart, and of the signs of weak Emaan is that one has a hard heart! The heart is the main organ of our spirituality and relationship with Allah. What are the symptoms of a hard heart? What are the causes that make our hearts hard? ...and how do we cure our hearts and make them soft & serene? Shaykh Yasir Qadhi dedicates his latest khutbah to a crucial yet oft-neglected topic of how to cure the diseases of the heart.

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    Shaykh Yasir Qadhi dedicates his khutbah to a topic that we rarely find discussed in the mainstream. The calmness your heart desires has arrived. Cleanse your heart and taste the sweetness of true submission. Give your heart a much needed ’health check’. Determine whether or not your heart is ready for the journey to Jannah... "The day that neither wealth nor sons will be of any benefit except for he who comes to Allah with a pure heart." - The Noble Qur’an, (26:88-89).

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    This Friday Khutbah covers the Blessings and etiquettes of Khutbah and the day of Jummuah (Friday). How Allah (SWT) Blessed us with this day? The major things that will take place on this day and Friday is the best day of the week.

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    Just as communal peace is a key ingredient to avoid civil unrest, the being of ones heart at peace is crutial to avoid personal unrest. Islam came with an equation for both these types of peace. In this video Yasir Qadhi speaks of the concept of peace in Islam.

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    Peace is an essential element in one’s life. Real inner peace is only found in believing in God. Watch as Yasir Qadhi explains this point in details.

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    The meaning of prayer and the levels of people in praying: the one wronging himself, the one struggling and the rewarded. Then the importance of prayers is mentioned.

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    Allah does not love sins, but Allah loves to forgive. Allah does not love the sinner, but Allah loves the repenter.

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    Why do Muslim women have to cover? Are Muslim women oppressed? What does Islam say about gender relations? Not another boring and unconvincing lecture about the rights of women in Islam and of those in the West. Yasir Qadhi explains how a supposed male bias myth has arisen only within the past few decades and is being used to attack Muslims on their beliefs. In this lecture, he shows how using stereotypical responses doesn’t work, and describes exactly what methods to use when answering difficult questions on Islam. This talk also discusses ruling on philosophy (western philosophy) - Aristotle, Socrates, etc (What Imam Malik, Imam Abu Hanifa said about such things) all about "Muslim philosophers". What is the proper approach to giving dawah regarding such matters and current trends on women’s "rights" vs Islamic rights for women.

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    Blessings of faith is the greatest blessings of Allah, Defining faith as mentioned in the hadith mentioning that faith isn’t just uttering but also deeds and that it increases by obedience and decreases by disobedience then mentioned the parts of faith.

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    Du’a. Why we make du’a, how we make du’a and how we can better this du’a that we make with Allah. Talking about this topic through a very important story in the Qur’an, that is the story of Adam and his encounter with Iblees in Paradise. This story is a story that is of crucial importance and that is why Allah mentions it more than ten times in the Qur’an and he mentions it right at the very beginning of the Qur’an. This story teaches us the essence of how to make du’a, and why we make du’a and the ettiquettes of making du’a.

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    This is a video in Bosnian mentions mental evidences that Islam is the true religion.

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    A brief history of the compilation of the Quran.

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    A brief explanation of the Islamic view towards sexuality, which is confined within marriage.

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    A brief look why Islam has different laws for men & women.

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