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Gender Equality and Equity in Islam

This talk is a brief summary of a book by Dr. Jamal Badawi titled (Gender Equity)

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Common Problems and Errors in Interpreting the Qur'an

In this talk, Dr. Badawi presents the main reasons which lead to error in interpreting and understanding the Qur'an, starting from translation problems

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Muslim Contribuition to Civilization

A recent talk by Dr. Jamal Badawi on the Muslim contribuition to civilization

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Dialogue of Civilizations

A talk by Dr. Jamal at an inter-faith meeting on the dialogue of civilizations 

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Audio Talks on Hajj Rituals

A detailed description by Dr. Jamal on the main rituals of Hajj

http://www.onislam.net/english/multimedia/audio/living-shariah.html
 
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Prophet Muhammad and the Abrahamic Tree

Dr. Badawi discusses in an engaging dialogue the topic of Prophet Muhammad and Divine scriptures.

Do older scriptures refer to the coming of Prophet Muhammad?

http://www.islamicity.com/islamitv/?ref=1021

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An Introduction to The Qur'an 1/10

In this Why Islam interview with Dr. Badawi, he gives a general introduction to approaching and understanding the Qur'an, and answers several questions on this topic
 
 
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Purity of Intentions

Satisfaction When Seen Doing Good

When people are seen performing a good deed, they often cannot but feel good if they are praised for it. Islam does not consider this to be riya', as long as the person originally intended the deed for the sake of God, without wanting to be praised by people. A person must also have the feeling of humbleness and thankfulness to God that He helped him or her perform this good deed.

This means that if a person intends to secretly do a good deed without anybody knowing and by chance somebody sees him or her, then he or she gets a double reward: one for doing a good deed and another for not feeling vain. This was mentioned when the Prophet was asked his opinion about a person who had done a good deed and then people had praised him for it. So he said, "It is glad tidings for a believer (which he has received in this mortal world)" (Muslim).

Good and Evil Intentions

Sometimes people may have a sincere intention to do good, but due to uncontrollable or unexpected circumstances, they may not be able to fulfill this act. According to Islam, although this action was not actually done, they are still rewarded for it due to their sincere intention. ...

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The Modern Pharaoh

A talk by Dr. Jamal Badawi with reflections and lessons learned on recent events in Egypt:

http://www.islamicity.com/islamitv/?ref=11269


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Purity of Intentions

Islam regards the motives behind what people say or do as essential and that these motives should always be to pursue the pleasure, approval, and satisfaction of God.

People whom we encounter daily have certain motivations behind their actions. These motives determine their enthusiasm, quality and amount of effort, and even their tolerance and perseverance while working.

Some peoples’ intentions and motives may be detected easily through their behavior, which may reflect selfishness, love for money, or the need for prominence and pride.

Other times, these motives are subtle and not clearly discovered, even the individual himself may not be totally aware of what drives him to do or say certain things. Whether the individual himself or the people discover these motives or not, a person must acknowledge that God sees and knows what is in his heart at all times.

Lack of Pure Intentions

Islam does not just look at the superficial aspect of deeds irrespective of its motives. God evaluates peoples’ deeds according to the intentions behind them...

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Taqwa: Between Love & Fear

Taqwa is a central concept that has been frequently mentioned in the Qur’an, especially in verses that deal with individual behavior in social relations.

Some of the common English translations of the word taqwa are “piety” and “heed” or “God-fearing.” Each of these translations gives only a partial understanding of this word’s true meaning because it is an attitude that combines many feelings, such as fear of God, heeding, and above all being God-conscious.

Is Taqwa Simply Fear?

The term fear, when used to refer to God-consciousness in the Islamic context, does not mean being scared of God because being scared excludes any feeling of love or respect.

Fear of God means to fear His disobedience and punishment, on the Day of Judgment, and to fear forgetting Him and losing His blessings.

Another partial meaning of fear, which is nobler, is the fear of displeasing God, the One Whom you love. For example, when two people love each other, you find each of them trying their best to please the other and to avoid even forgetting their anniversaries or birthdays. If this is the attitude of humans towards each other, then it is more appropriate that people fear God’s displeasure. People should love God most because they owe everything to Him: their lives, property, and, above all, His guidance to know and worship Him.

So, fear of God is not founded on a vengeful concept of hate and fear of God. It is actually based on love, which leads to a feeling of fear of God’s displeasure...

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I am Muslim, Can We Be Friends?

Answer by Dr. Jamal Badawi

Can Muslims befriend Non-Muslims?

Can Muslims and Non-Muslims live together justly and peacefully?

What are the perceived barriers to mutual friendship and co-operation?

Where do we go from here?

Jamal Badawi visited Calgary on Januarly 15th ,2011 to answer these and many other questions that both Muslims and Non-Muslims had in their minds. He shared with the Calgary community a thoughtful and enriching discussion regarding the basis of a balanced relationship between Muslims and Non-Muslims

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Islamic View of the Human

Islam views humans as quite distinct from other beings, as humans are the trustees of God on earth.

This viewpoint has main effects on a person's outlook that could be summarized in four basic points. The first is self-acceptance by realizing one's own nature, whether it is weaknesses or strengths. This results in a mental balance: people are neither haunted by their sins and weaknesses nor too arrogant about their strengths.

The second point is, by realizing that humans are the trustees of God, they should abide by the limitations He set for them on earth. These limitations do not contradict with individual ownership; they only prevent people from abusing the gifts placed in their hands by God...

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Peace and Justice

A talk on Peace and Justice by Dr. Badawi on Peace TV:


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