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Conception of Social Justice and Acting on It In The Islamic Tradition

Part 3 of the seminar "Social Justice In The Islamic Tradition: Righting wrongs, enjoining good, and honoring individual and community rights."

Social justice has been the focus in recent times of Muslim activists and communities.

More often than not, the methods and objectives employed in Muslim social justice work has drawn from practices of other communities and traditions not necessarily rooted in Islamic principles.

Does the Islamic tradition contain relevant principles that can be drawn upon to inform social justice work?

This Tour will seek to address that question.

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Improving Love and Communication Within The Family

Shaykh Walead Mosaad gives key advice and tips of how to better navigate family relations.

He highlights the importance of spending quality time with the family without the electronic distractions, among other important concepts.

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Q&A on Social Justice In The Islamic Tradition

Part 4 of the seminar "Social Justice In The Islamic Tradition: Righting wrongs, enjoining good, and honoring individual and community rights."

Social justice has been the focus in recent times of Muslim activists and communities. More often than not, the methods and objectives employed in Muslim social justice work has drawn from practices of other communities and traditions not necessarily rooted in Islamic principles.

Does the Islamic tradition contain relevant principles that can be drawn upon to inform social justice work?


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Virtues and Significance of Surah Kahf and Its Opening Verses

Shaykh Walead gives an overview of Surah Kahf, its virtues, significance and the background context for the reasons it was revealed.

He then starts explaining the first verses of Surah Kahf, and explains verses 1 to 8.


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Do Males Always Inherit Double As Much As Females in Islam?

Shaykh Walead Mosaad explains that inheritance in Islam is a well-vetted practice, but often misunderstood when the matter of allocation among male and female inheritors is discussed.


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Guarding Speech, Condemnation of Envy & Rancour - An Overview Ghazali's Ihya

In this lesson, visiting scholar, Shaykh Walead Mosaad, reviews the chapters on holding one’s tongue and condemnation of rancour and envy.

These chapters are originally written by Imam Ghazali in his book Ihya Ulum al-Din.

Shaykh Walead begins with the chapter on holding one’s tongue and the criteria for one should or should not speak.

One should know that there speech is significant and has an effect. In addition, speech is not limited to what we say, but also what we propagate on social media.

We have gotten into the habit of naming and shaming online in order to showcase that they’ve made a mistake. However, the sunnah of the Prophet was about having wisdom, and his speech was always measured.

As such, we should follow his example and not what we have become used to in our cultures or current state of affairs...

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Inward & Outward Knowledge: Insights from Imam al-Ghazali

Shaykh Walead Mosaad explains Imam al-Ghazali's understanding of the two great types of knowledge.

Filmed at the Yenikapi Mevlevihane in Istanbul.

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