Developing Sincerity in the Deen

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Developing an independent Muslim Community – Dr Abdul Wahid – Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain

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Debate Way Forward for Humanity Islam or Christianity Uthman Badar v Samuel Green

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This is a debate on the topic of 'The Way Forward for Humanity: Islam or Christianity? between Uthman Badar and Reverend Samuel Green held on March 29 2012 at the University of Sydney in Sydney, Australia, organised jointly by the Sydney University Evangelical Union (SUEU) and the Sydney University Muslim Students Association (SUMSA). Format Initial arguments - 25mins each First Replies - 10 mins each Second Replies - 4 mins each Cross-examination - 10 mins each Q/A - 12 mins each Closing remarks - 3 mins each Connect with Uthman Badar on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/Agq3zk Keep Reading »

Debate gay marriage ft Mazhar Khan

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Death and our Final Destination SUMSA Islamic Awareness Week 2012

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Br. Mehmet Ozalp discusses the Islamic concepts of death, the afterlife, the Day of Judgment, Heaven and Hell in the final lecture of IAW 2012. This lecture was a part of Islamic Awareness Week 2012 at the University of Sydney, organised by the Sydney University Muslim Students Association (SUMSA). For more information, please visit: Facebook: www.facebook.com/SUMSAsydney Twitter: @SUMSAsydney Website: www.sumsa.org.au Keep Reading »

Contemplation in Ramadan The Value of Thinking before Acting

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Contemplation, of its own self, has a significant value in Islam. In fact, numerous eminent scholar's of the past, like Sheikh Ul Islam Ibn Taymiyah (ra), linked the importance of using the mind to reach the conclusion that the Quran is the world of Allah (swt) and Muhammad (saw) is the messenger of Allah (swt). Also Imam Ghazali (ra) is reported to have stated in his Ihya Uloom Ud Deen that "an hour's worth of contemplation is better than a year's worth of worship." Ramadhan is a crucial time to ponder over one's life and one's role within this world as a Muslim. Under the physical strain of fasting, one may at times forget to think before acting and, thus, end up regretting his actions. This naseehah highlights the importance of thinking before acting and the dangers that can occur when one falls into such an instance. "Indeed, in the creation of the heavens and the earth, and in the succession of night and day, there are indeed signs for all who possess [awakened] hearts, those who remember Allah when they stand, sit, and lie down and contemplate the creation of the heavens and the earth" [Q 3:190-91] Keep Reading »

Consumerist Society A new kind of Slavery By Ustadh Taji Mustafa

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Consequences of Sin Hell the Eternal Prison Ustadh Saffaruk Choudrey iHalaqa Classroom

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Christmas and the God of Consumerism

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Can You Be Good Without God SUMSA Islamic Awareness Week 2012

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Can you be good without God? Why do we need religion to dictate morals and ethics? Can't I just be a good person without having to believe in God? Sheikh Omar Habbouche addresses these key issues in the second lecture of Islamic Awareness Week 2012 at the University of Sydney, organised by the Sydney University Muslim Students Association (SUMSA). For more information, please visit: Facebook: www.facebook.com/SUMSAsydney Twitter: @SUMSAsydney Website: www.sumsa.org.au Keep Reading »