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How to Extract Gems from the Quran – Part 2


This is Part #2 of a multipart post: You can find  Part 1 here Step 2: Sentence structure – Placement of Words in an āyah: a – Understand the main meaning of the āyah. b – Look for the main direct targeted object [maf'ool bihi - the one to who something is being 'done' to] in the āyah's discussion and look at the location ... Read More »

How to Extract Gems from the Quran


I prayed to Allāh [swt] to grant me the ability to understand Qurʾānic Arabic, and within a small period of time, I was able to grasp the meaning of the Qurʾān’s text and its linguistic beauty. Whenever I'd open a copy of the Qurʾān, I could feel the subtle yet powerful meanings Allāh [swt] was conveying to us. Read More »

Webinar Recording: Abdul Nasir Jangda – Renew your Eeman. Revive your Spirit.

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Habibi Halaqas partnered up with Muslim Matters to host a webinar with shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda, the topic of which was: "Renew your Eeman. Revive your Spirit. Carpe Diem. - A New You. Reboot 2013." Here is a recording of the webinar. Read More »

Conversations about Masjid Leadership 2: Finding the Right Imam

Is your masjid looking for an imam? What is a realistic way to figure out who is qualified to be your masjid's imam? Watch the next section of the series on Masjid Leadership. Read More »

Video- Conversations About Masjid Leadership: Role of the Masjid

We are pleased to launch this new video series addressing issues of Masjid leadership from MuslimSI.com. The intent behind this series is to provide a frank discussion about issues of concern to our communities. Problems such as leadership, board politics, and youth involvement are not unique to any one Masjid. Read More »

What’s In Your Ear? | Wisam Sharieff Interview

The third interview featuring Wisam Sharieff in a new occasional Saturday series called What’s in Your Ear? In this series, we hope to ask Muslims, both ordinary and extraordinary, a few simple questions. The series is open and we encourage everyone to participate by recording interviews, which may later be published on MM. Read More »

Khutbah – Celebrating Egypt by AbdulNasir Jangda

Khutbah about Egypt delivered on Feb 11, 2011 Read More »

AbdulNasir Jangda | The Meaning of the Tashahhud, The Sitting Portion of Prayer

The tashahhud, the sitting portion of prayer, is a powerful and focal part of salah, the Muslim's prayer. However, since many Muslims are unable to understand Arabic, the beauty of the tashahhud is sadly lost for people who can and should be benefiting from it everyday. AbdulNasir Jangda delivers a word-for-word analysis of the tashahhud, explains its background and variations, and gives a preview of his full course on the meaning of every word in salah, Meaningful Prayer from Bayyinah Institute. Read More »

Ramadan Live Preparation

Join Yaser Birjas, Nouman Ali Khan, Wisam Sharieff, Muhammad Alshareef and others in live broadcasts on how to best prepare for the blessed month of Ramadan. Read More »

Bayyinah Institute: First Full Time Classical Arabic On-Campus Program in the US

Alhamdulillah, Bayyinah is proud to introduce the DREAM program – a ten month long, full time, powerful Arabic program that is to provide students in the United States an opportunity to obtain a high level of Arabic education without having to travel abroad; a level that before this program has long been an unfulfilled dream. Read More »

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