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Podcast: Back To The Future With Sh AbdurRaheem Green

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It’s a blast from the past and back to the future with Shaykh AbdurRaheem Green!

In this episode of The MuslimMatters Podcast, Shaykh AbdurRaheem takes us on a trip down memory lane, reminiscing over 90s da’wah, the development of street da’wah and convert care, and the fate of the Ummah. Buckle in for a great ride!

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Shaykh AbdurRaheem Green is someone who has been around the block longer than many others today in the da’wah field. He accepted Islam in 1988, and since then has been actively involved in Islamic education and community work. He is particularly known for founding the Islamic Education and Research Academy, iERA.

 

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The Prophet (SAW) has taught us the best of deeds are those that done consistently, even if they are small. Click here to support MuslimMatters with a monthly donation of $2 per month. Set it and collect blessings from Allah (swt) for the khayr you're supporting without thinking about it.

Zainab bint Younus (AnonyMouse) is a Canadian Muslim woman who writes on Muslim women's issues, gender related injustice in the Muslim community, and Muslim women in Islamic history. She holds a diploma in Islamic Studies from Arees University, a diploma in History of Female Scholarship from Cambridge Islamic College, and has spent the last fifteen years involved in grassroots da'wah. She was also an original founder of MuslimMatters.org.

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