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The Kilafah of Uthman - (may Allah be pleased with him): The Wisdom and the Agony 

In the third of 4 talks on the four rightly-guided caliphs, Sheikh Abdel Hakeem deals in this episode with the third Caliph, Utham ibn Affan, may Allah be pleased with him.

Uthman ibn Affan was the third Khalifa of Islam. He was known as the 'Man of the Two Lights', because he was the only man in history known to have married two daughters of a Prophet.

Uthman was famed for his good looks and immense generosity, and also for his spiritual closeness to the Holy Prophet of Islam, who included him among the ten who were assured of Paradise. He commanded the armies of Islam during an age of miraculous conquest and victory in East and West.

But he remained famously humble, and his sermons brought people to tears. He said: 'I am astounded at four people: he who knows the world to be temporary, and still chases after it; he who is certain of death and yet makes no plans for it; he who believes in hell, and yet commits sins; and he who believes in Allah, and yet seeks the help of others.'


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The Kilafah of Ali - (may Allah be pleased with him) 

In the fourth of 4 talks on the four rightly-guided caliphs, Sheikh Abdel Hakeem deals in this episode with the fourth Caliph, Ali ibn Abi Talib, may Allah be pleased with him.

Ali ibn Abi Talib was the fourth Khalifa of Islam. He had the distinction of being both the son-in-law and the cousin of the Holy Prophet, upon him be peace. He is, with Fatima, the ancestor of the Ahl al-Bayt, the People of the Prophetic House.

He was characterised by martial skill, by inward depth, and by an immense erudition in religious knowledge. Of him, Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal said: 'Khilafa was not an ornament for him, he was an ornament for khilafa.'

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Imam Malik: Sage of the City of Light

Four great legal theorists dominate the history of Islamic Sacred Law. In this lecture, we meet Imam Malik ibn Anas (d.795), celebrated as the 'Imam of the City of Emigration' (Imam Dar al-Hijra).

Revered for his great love of the Sunna of the Chosen One (a.s.), Imam Malik dedicated his life to preserving the great treasure of Prophetic wisdom for future generations. As the honoured scholar of the City of Light, he knew that the Sunna was to be learned not only from the Hadith, but from the lived practice of the great people of Madina. His fiqh is therefore rooted in community practice, which gives it great flexibility and humanity.

Close to many of the Second Generation (the Tabi'un), he narrated the famous 'Golden Chain': his own teacher Nafi had learned hadiths from Ibn Umar, who reported directly from the Holy Prophet himself.

A sage who always made wudu before quoting a hadith, the Imam once remarked: 'Allah places the gift of knowledge wherever He will. It does not consist in narrating a large amount.'


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Course Intensive: Introduction on the Book of Imam Al-Ghazali

The book on the Conduct of Life as Exemplified by the Prophetic Character

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Ramadan Quran Intensive 1/3

This clip is from the Ramadan Quran Intensive which took place in Ramadan 2013

In this session, Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad covers:

Surah Luqman, Surah As Sajdah and Surah Al Ahzab

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Imam Abu Hanifa: Baghdad's Auspicious Fortune

Imam Abu Hanifa an-Nu'man ibn Thabit (d. 767), the master-scholar of Iraq, was one of the four great Mujtahid Imams, after whom were named the four Madhhabs to which Sunni Muslims belong. A pupil of Imam Malik, he was celebrated for his intelligence, and his school is famous for its high opinion of the Divine gift of reason.

In this the Imam was a faithful follower of the first generation of Muslims. According to many historians, he had the honour to meet several of the Companions of the Holy Prophet. His emphasis on rational approaches in law and theology, which went beyond even the method of Imam al-Shafi'i, did much to trigger systematic jurisprudence and theology in the Islamic world. Partly for this reason, a majority of Muslims in the world today are followers of his school.

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Imam al-Shafi'i: The Worshipping Saint

Imam Muhammad ibn Idris al-Shafi'i was perhaps the greatest legal theorist of human history. A pupil of Imam Malik, he strove constantly to root Muslim practice in the blessed ways of the Chosen One, upon him be peace. Thus he was honoured with the title 'Nasir al-Sunna', the Supporter of the Sunna.

This emphasis on transmission was matched by his underlining the principle of aql, intellect, in solving problems of doctrine and law.

A deeply-cultured human being, he was noted for his skill in archery and poetry, as well for his mastery of Sacred Law

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Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal: Victory Over Tribulations

Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal (d.855) was the fourth and last of the founders of the four Sunni Schools of Fiqh.

Famous mainly as a narrator and compiler of Hadith, he was also widely respected for his knowledge of law, in which he preferred to avoid verdicts in which human reason was in danger of straying from the plain sense of the Qur'an and the Sunna.

The hero of the Sunni persecution at the hands of the heretic caliph al-Ma'mun, he won the affection and respect of followers of all the rightly-guided schools of Islam.


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What Unites Englishness and Islam?

How can we foster an ‘English Islam’?

In this presentation given at the ‘Very English Islam’ garden party at Woking Peace Garden, September 2016, Dr Timothy Winter of Cambridge University examines the shared traditions between Englishness and Islam.

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The Neighbor, the Brother

Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, said:

“Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day should speak good or remain silent. Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day should honor his neighbour, and whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day should honor his guest.” (Sahih Al-Bukhari and Muslim)

Sheikh Murad explains and reflects on this hadith in today's context

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Master Classes on Imam Al Ghazali - 4

Part 4 of a talk by Sheikh Murad during a special retreat in Spain in 2013

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Upholding the Prophetic Character in a Divided World

A talk by Sheikh Abdal Hakim at the University of Bradford

The Prophetic Character should teach us how to rise above individualistic concerns and become global communities of unbound love, mercy and profound tolerance.

It is apparent from the plight in many parts of the world today, that there is an absence to the adherence of these lofty Prophetic traits, which has led to much religious and ideological fanaticism.

The rise of atheism and violent extremism have both simultaneously damaged the faith of people and led to disillusionment. Prophet Muhammad’s (peace be upon him) character and qualities are universal in nature from which humanity should take heed from.

Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad eloquently advises the necessity to connect to the timeless message of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and discusses how his character is the remedy to healing our hearts in the spiritual chaos of the modern age.


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Travels, Tests & Intentions

"Say (O Muhammad): Travel in the land and see how He originated creation, then Allah bringeth forth the later growth. Lo! Allah is Able to do all things." (Qur'an, 29.20)

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Muharram 1438 

Shaykh Abdul hakim Murad in this talk reflects on the month of Muharram, including the Day of Ashura

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