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  • 02:10


    in Islam

    In this episode of Ummahaatul Ummah Show, we intend to discuss the 3 stages of hijab inshaa'allah. After this, the listener will have a clearer understanding of what hijab actualy means and put it into practice hijab as Allah, the most High and his messenger, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, has instructed. 

  • 02:16

    Wathiqah al-Ikhwaan Pt# 9:Advice Regarding Women (an-Nisaa’) Pt# 3

    in Islam

    The Declaration of the Brothers (Watheeqah al-Ikhwaan) is a short, consise, yet comphensive book written by Shehu 'Uthman Dan Fodiyo (may Allah envelop him in His mercy). The importance of this text is indicated in its introduction wherein he states:

    "This is The Declaration of the Brothers (Watheeqah al-Ikhwaan) for the Purpose of Expounding on the Proofs for the Obligation to Follow the Book, the Sunnah, & the Consensus (ijmaa’). As well as the Proofs for avoiding Innovation for whoever considers Islam as his religion, and the proof of kufr (disbelief) for whoever denies that; even if he considers Islam as his Religion."

    The Shehu elaborates on a wide range of topics which are just as relevant today as they were when he composed this text over 200 years ago!

    This blessed text will be taught by Imam Na’eem Abdullah.

    His studies & lectures have also taken him throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Sudan.

    The Imam has authored several books, namely: [1] Our Roots (originally published under a different title, with intentions to re-release sometime in 1435/2014); [2] 5 Important Points Regarding Seeking Knowledge; [3] Princes Among Slaves; [4] The Dangers of Birthday Celebrations; [5] Children: The Contemporary Cash Cow; [6] 40 Hadith About Reviving the Jamaa’ah: The Islamic Community; [7] My Brother’s Keeper (co-authored with Amir Khalil Abdullahi); & [8] The Book of Important Points: Part #1 (Imam Na’eem was a contributing writer).  In addition to these writings, he has authored several articles.

    Imam Na’eem is the resident Imam of Masjid al-Mu’min (Pittsburgh, PA), the Imam of Nur uz-Zamaan Institute. The Imam is a devoted father & husband.

  • 03:01

    CNN Hebah Ahmed speaks about the Niqab Debates.

    in Religion

    Hebah Ahmed from CNN and MuslimsMatter.org speaks with us about the Niqab and more. How can we help our community?
    Marriage in Islam. Are we living according to the Sunnah the best life we can live?
    Why are sisters afraid of the 2nd wife? Out of the Box has the answers Insha Allah.

  • 00:57

    E001: Burqaholics

    in Atheism

    Welcome to the first Critical Eye Podcast!
    In this episode, we take a look at some news items and hold a round-table discussion about the recent talks to ban the burqa and niqab in Europe and other places.
    We would like to thank Yvonne Scott, Venkat Rhagavan, Brandon Stiefel, and Chuck Miller for participating in this episode.
    The theme music for this episode is Whip the Comet by Kai Kln from the album Rhythm of Stranger under Creative Commons. To hear more Kai Kln, visit th

  • 01:23

    Red Fox - Islamists Win a Victory in Canada?

    in Politics Conservative

    A Supreme Court ruling regarding as to whether or not  women can wear the niqab in the courtroom is still baffling. 
    As, well, the sneak hijab in the work-place.
    Welcome to the Red Fox with your Host, Kel Fritzi. As my listeners know, I am rather…uh… passionate and sometimes I forget to reign myself in. But, I believe in what I do and am proud of it, as I can look the future generation(s) in the eye and say I did something…
    Also, thank you for supporting the Red Fox heard here Tues. and Fri at 8PM ET and The East Anglian’s EDL Radio show also heard here Thurs. Fri. and Sun. at 3:30PM ET.
    Be safe, be well and No Surrender Ever.

  • 01:00

    The Hijab and Proper Female Covering in Islam

    in Women

    In the present, the whole issue of hijab and proper dress for women in Islam has garnered immense controversy. In France, women have been banned from attending classes because of it. Turkey, in the past, expelled female members of parliament for the same reason. It is an issue that pits not only Muslims against non-Muslims, but so-called "modernists" against far more religious people and traditionalists in the Islamic world. Your host, Syed Saboor, and his co-host, Sister Anisa Abd El Fattah, will concentrate more specifically on this issue of hijab and Muslim female dress, given the seriousness and controversy this issue raises.