Dr. Maher Hathout was a leading spokesperson for the American Muslim community, a retired physician best known for his tireless commitment to public service. An international figure, he was highly regarded as a positive voice of Islam, offering a valuable perspective on national and international issues involving Muslims.
The video presented here is about 10 minutes long, excerpted from the full event, which you can find here: Islam 101 with Dr. Maher Hathout
The Holy Qur’an
Islamic Sacred Texts 101 was presented in 2014 by Jihad Turk, President of Bayan Islamic Graduate School. Jihad is dedicated to Islamic scholarship, religious leadership training, and improving relations between the U.S. Muslim community and other faiths.
The video presented here is about 13 minutes long, excerpted from the full event, which you can find here: Islamic Sacred Texts
The Real Story: The Holy Qur’an on Women, Violence and Peace
with EDINA LEKOVIC, Dr. LAILA AL-MARAYATI, Dr. ASMA SAYEED
“The foundational principles of Islam that govern all relationships all the time are Mercy and Justice.”
This rich conversation among three leading Muslim women is heartfelt and eye-opening. Not to be missed.
Dr. Amir Hussain: Muslims and the Making of America
Somewhere under the trauma and destruction of the fallen towers of 9/11 lies a different Islam, the real Islam, a religion that affirms compassion and justice.
Drawn by a fascination with whirling dervishes or a yearning to learn about Islam’s mystical offshoot, the audience gathered in the Community Room at St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral to find out more about Sufism and explore religion from the heart.
Decoding Rituals and Symbols of Islam
Presented by Jihad Turk, President of Bayan Islamic Graduate School. Jihad tells you everything you always wanted to know but may have been afraid to ask about Islam.
Iftar: Breaking of the Fast
The month of Ramadan is one of fasting and growing closer to God and fellow human beings in the process. It’s a time of transformation, reconnecting to scripture, community, generosity and giving.
Muslim Holy Observances
Millions of Muslims gather together to observe important holy days. Because Muslims follow a lunar calendar, the dates for the observances shift forward by about 11 days each year.
Rumi was a 13th-century Persian poet, jurist, theologian, and Sufi mystic. His importance is considered to transcend national and ethnic borders. Rumi’s poems have been translated into many of the world’s languages and transposed into various formats. In 2007, he was described as the “most popular poet in America.”