The World Federation

The World Federation

The World Federations aims to equip the community with various podcasts discussing several important religious topics. The topics vary from understanding "Knowledge of the Unseen" featured in STEPS and then understanding the companions of Imam Husayn featured in our #BecomeHusayni podcast series. We are also releasing daily podcasts for our Mahe Ramadan series 2021.

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The 30th juz has 34 meccan surahs and 3 madani surahs.  We will focus on the themes of heaven and hell for the last episode of our podcast series.  We pray we arrive in jannah a place of God’s mercy, proximity and closeness and not in hell which is distant from Allah and absent of Allah’s mercy.  The hereafter is the fruits of the seeds which we planted in this world.  In Surah an Naziat, Allah swt reminds us that this is the day in which human beings will see or be called to remember what it is that they have strived for.  Heaven and Hell are the outcomes of what we have done in this world.  It’s important to note that the pleasures of paradise and displeasures of hell are not similar to the ones we experience in this lower life.  To enter paradise there is no easy answer but the simple thing to focus on is giving a preference to the next world over this one. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

May 12

15 min 40 sec

The 29th juz has 10 makki surahs and 1 madani surah.  Meccan surahs focus on aqeedah and one of the primary beliefs is the day of accountability.  The Qur’an explores the theme of ma’ad in great depth.  In Surah Ma’arij for example Allah swt describes the day as incredibly long, feeling as though it is 50,000 years.  The prophet (s) however is told to look forward to this day, and find comfort in it.  Since the day of judgment is a day of accountability, it is the day of true justice and a manifestation of God’s perfection.  A question to ask ourselves is if we genuinely believe in the occurrence of this day? Do our beliefs manifest into actions? Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

May 12

16 min 51 sec

The 28th Juz of the Qur’ān covers 9 surahs and all of them are madani.  Approximately four of the nine surahs address issues with regards to women. The first surah of the juz is Surah Mujadilah (the woman who contends/argues/complains).  In Surah Mujadilah the chapter opens with the complaint of the woman who is being oppressed by her husband with the practice of dhihar (a pre islamic practice of estranging the wives by equating them to their mothers). In Surah Talaq we see that Allah swt is aware of all of our intentions, and even in instances of seeking a divorce we should work towards treating each other honorably.  God’s laws are accompanied with ethical injunctions, one of our grandest tests is how we treat each other.  In Surah Tahrim, the chapter opens up with discussing a time when Rasulullah (s) was going through a difficulty with some of his wives.  Even in marital strife or conflict, the verse 6:66 encourages us to take care of our families and to help each other spiritually.  The examples of four women are taken at the end of the surah: wives of Prophet Lut, Nuh and then Sayyidah Maryam and Sayyidah Asiyah.  The examples show that our salvation is not contingent on who we are married to. Discussions on marital strife and women’s rights go back to Allah swt and how centered we are on Him. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

May 11

18 min 13 sec

As the theme-based approach to Juz 25, 26 and 27 draws to a close, this episode focuses on the grand capacity of God’s mercy by looking at two specific forms of it: His hidayah (God’s extra guidance) and His maghfirah (forgiveness). This is an important topic as God’s forgiveness holds a massive role throughout the Quran, whereby Allah (swt) consistently mentions the showering of His mercy upon us. The episode covers the close relationship between the themes of maghfirah and hidayah, by exploring how both of them together helps our journey towards God, and the ways in which both work as manifestations of Allah’s (swt) mercy.   Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

May 10

11 min 27 sec

Continuing on with the theme-based approach of Juz 25, 26 and 27, this episode explores the concept of the shayatin or the devils by focusing on the role they have on our lives and our minds. The aim here is to deconstruct the many misconceptions we have regarding the shayatin’s presence over us through Quranic verses, recognising the capacities in which they exist to misconstrue our thoughts and misguide us from the right path. In building a better awareness of this, we can thus move towards seeking protection from shaytaan through the remembrance of Allah (swt). Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

May 9

12 min 32 sec

This episode moves towards facilitating a theme-based discussion of the Quran. By combining verses from Juz 25, 26 and 27, an embedded exploration of the reality of death, what it is, and how it is discussed in the Quran is provided. Collectively across these Juz’s, there are 13 Makkan Surahs and 5 Madani Surahs, thus highlighting a focus on issues surrounding aqaid (beliefs) and akhlaq (morals) on one side and legislative issues on the other. The Surahs used to explore the theme of death include Surah Mulk, Surah Qaf, Surah Fussilat, Surah Al-Hadid and Surah An-Najm.   Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

May 8

15 min 14 sec

The 24th Juz covers the last 43 verses of Surah Az-Zumar (The Throngs), Surah Ghafir (The Forgiver), and first 46 verses of Surah Fussilat (The Elaborated)-also containing the first wajib sajdah. In Surah Ghafir was named after a believer from the house of Pharoah. The story describes Hizel, or Ezekiel (English), challenging the Pharaoh's opposition to Moses. The surah describes Pharaoh’s arrogance is what led him to a sealed heart. We can learn from the example of Hizkil working hard in the way of Truth and entrusting our affairs to God and God alone. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

May 7

11 min 32 sec

The 23rd Juz covers the last 55 verses of Surah Yaseen, Surah As-Saffat, Surah Saad and first 31 verses of Surah- Az-Zumar. This Juz reflects on the beauty, depth and sheer awe the Quran presents to a point that staunch enemies of Islam secretly listening were enamored by it. Over the span of two decades, verse by verse the people reflected and built a relationship with each sound of the Holy Quran. To become a Quranic society, we must question the role and status we give the Book of Truth on a daily basis. Leveling up our experience with the Quran is an essential tool to increase our mindfulness of Allah(swt). The Quran was sent down as a warning to never lose sight of our purpose. In what ways can we reflect on it everyday? Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

May 6

14 min 42 sec

The 22nd Juz covers the last 42 verses of Surah Al-Ahzab (The Confederation), Surah Saba (Sabeans), Surah Fatir (The Originator), and the first 27 verses of Surah Yaseen. Today’s episode explores a common question amongst Muslims, as to why the Ahl al-Bayt are not mentioned explicitly in the Qur’an. The Ayat al-Tathir (verse of Purity) addresses the Prophet’s wives and their special status. The latter part of the verse has shifted in pronoun usage from feminine plural to plural masculine therefore the addressing audience has also altered. These details lead us to the Ahl al-Bayt through the Qur’an as a doorway. God’s strategy is that it is general but points us in the right direction. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

May 5

11 min 26 sec

The 21st Juz consists of Surat al-Ankabut (last 23 verses, The Spider), Surat ar-Ruum (60 verse, The Romans), Sura Luqman (34 verses), Sura as-Sajdah (30 verses, The Prostration), and Surat al-Ahzab (First 30 verses, The Confederates). A major theme of the Quran is its juxtaposition of this world in relation to the hereafter. God reminds us of the certainty of death, and the promise of the hereafter, and in this realization lies the purpose of our being in this temporary world, also referred to as the ‘lower existence’. Death is a reminder that we will all inevitably return to Him, so our life here should be one of servitude so as to secure the hereafter. God cautions us in Surah Luqman to be mindful of the death, and the day of reckoning, where none will atone for the other, and warns us not to be deceived by this world. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

May 4

14 min 38 sec

The 20th Juz consists of Surat an-Naml (last 37 verses, The Ant), Surat al-Qasas (88 verses, The Stories) and Surat al-Ankabut (first 45 verses The Spider). The discussion in these suras explore the barriers/veils that prevent one from allowing the Quranic guidance to permeate their hearts. God clearly states that only those who believe in God’s signs, are open-hearted and have submitted, even partially, to the truth will be able to perceive the guidance offered by the Quran. Those who insist on rejecting the truth, and are arrogant, will be like the ‘deaf  or dead who can’t hear’ because they lack intellectual humility and  intentionally don’t want to listen to the message of God. Suratul Qasas relates the story of Prophet Musa, and includes the story of Qarun, who despite his knowledge and wealth, lacked humility, believing he ‘deserved’ God’s blessings. Pharoah and Haman are also mentioned in the same vein, and their arrogance led them to punishment and destruction. The reference to the spider’s web, giving Sura Ankabut its name, describes how such people’s base is like the frailest of homes, that of a spider, while the hold of God is the strongest. The Juz ends with God’s promise that those who strive in God’s way, will attain guidance. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

May 3

16 min 25 sec

The 19th Juz consists of Surat al-Furqan (last 56 verses, The Criterion), Surat al-Shu’ara (227 verses, The poets) and Surat an-Naml (first 55 verses, The Ants) – all Meccan. The first two suras discuss the Quraish’s rejection of the Qur'an, and their displeasure with the prophet. The root meaning of ‘Furqan’ is to split or fracture, and the Qur'an is referred to as such because it differentiates/splits between good and evil. It provides the light in the darkness of our confusion, helping us to recognize the truth. Surat al Shu’ara further describes the incredible role the prophet has played in bringing to us this guidance, and how the people have still abandoned it. The Qur'an is complete in its divinity, its greatness the very proof of truth, and as revealed in the next Surat an-Naml, the Qur'an is from God, the all-wise, and is the most tangible thing we have from Him. Approaching the nights of Qadr, we should ask ourselves if we truly embrace the Qur'an as our criterion and pray for the ability to build our relationship with it so we don’t get counted amongst those who abandoned it. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

May 2

12 min 21 sec

Juz 18 of the Holy Qur'an consists of three surahs, Surah al-Muminun, a Meccan surah, Surah Nur, a Medinan surah, and Surah al-Furqan, a Meccan surah. Surah al-Muminun and Surah Nur discuss the certain behaviours Allah (swt) expects us to have and those behaviours that He expects us to stay away from.   Through these surahs we realize the importance that Allah (swt) places on how our actions affect those around us. When we do things, we should be mindful of how we are affecting others. The characteristics that He advises us to have include: being humble in our prayer, avoiding vain talk, paying zakat, guarding our private parts, keeping our trusts and promises, being careful over our prayers, not fault-finding, and not spreading rumours about others.   This juz should cause us to really reflect on our actions and whether or not they positively or negatively affect others. Do we treat others the way Allah (swt) wants us to treat them? Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

May 1

11 min 22 sec

Juz 17 of the Holy Qur'an consists of two surahs, Surah al-Anbiya and Surah Hajj. Surah al-Anbiya contains references to 17 prophets. The surah delves into the stories of Prophet Ayub (as), Prophet Yunus (as), and Prophet Zackariyah (as). The story of Prophet Zackariyah (as) specifically touches on a very prevalent issue in our society today, infertility. The common thread in all these stories is that our prophets all suffered and when they wanted to find solace, they all turned to Allah (swt). We can use this as a lesson in our lives and as a point of reflection. When we are struck with difficulty, do we sincerely ask Allah (swt) for help? When we are in a difficult position, we should remember our prophets and make dua to Allah (swt) to remove the affliction and ease our heart with whatever He deems is best for us. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 30

15 min 16 sec

Juz 16 of the Holy Qur'an consists of three Meccan surahs: the last 36 verses of Surah Kahf, the entirety of Surah Maryam, and the entirety of Surah Taha. This juz touches on the concept of how Allah (swt) is in control of everything, including our free-will, how He provides our rizk, and how He intervenes in our lives. When we examine the life of Prophet Musa (as) in the beginning of Surah Taha, we see all of these concepts come together. When Musa’s (as) mother placed him in the river, she was nervous, but she had faith that Allah (swt) would take care of him. Allah (swt) made sure to move the river in such a way that the basket with Musa (as) in it would reach Pharaoh's palace. It is here that free-will comes into play. Using their free-will, Asiya, and eventually Pharaoh fell in love with baby Musa and decided to raise him. In this story we can see that while Allah (swt) is in control of everything, He has also provided us with free-will to decide our own destiny. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 29

13 min 23 sec

The 15th Juz consists of Surat al-Isra (111 verses, The Night Journey) and Surat al-Kahf (First 74 verses, The Cave), both Meccan. The concepts of Rizq, sustenance and Dua, supplication, are discussed here. Man is created hasty and we often ask for things that may be detrimental to us. We quickly get dejected and disappointed in Him, but need to remember that God is the one who gives, and withholds, and that He does this in perfect measure, with full awareness and of our needs and betterment. This teaches us to have complete faith and reliance in Him, and to recognize that He is the one in complete control. God also reminds us of our fragility, and complete dependency on Him. He points out our tendency to turn to Him only in distress, when in fact we should be turning to Him constantly, with hope and gratitude. And only then will we realize that the true power of supplication is not in gaining our wants, but in realizing our deepest desire which is proximity to God. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 28

16 min 38 sec

The 14th Juz consists of Surat al-Hijr (99 verses) and Surat an-Nahl (128 verses, the Bee). The verses of Surat an-Nahl are filled with remembrances of God’s blessings, and lessons we can learn from nature. God calls upon humanity to take lessons from these ‘blessings’, a word used 13 times throughout the chapter to impress upon us the magnitude of what He has given us. God speaks of water (which brings life to the earth), cattle, trees, fruits, bees and honey-- and the many benefits we receive from all of his creations. Allah also alludes to the idea that nature shows us the reality of the resurrection. In a Qur'anic worldview, learning about nature and science is a means to connect with the Creator. He commands us to look around, observe His signs and to ponder, reflect and reason. As we watch spring unfold, let’s remember that there is a sign here that we too will be brought back to life. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 27

10 min 17 sec

The 13th Juz consists of Surah Yusuf (last 58 verses), Surat al-Ra’ad (43 verses, the Thunder), and Surah Ibrahim (52 verses). All are Meccan and contain themes of establishing the basic tenants of Islam. In the Qur'an, God uses stories, parables, prose, imagery, rhetorical questions, similitude and allegories to help us separate the truth from falsehood. In this juz, two interesting parables appear. In a delicate way, He uses examples from nature, like the one of the froth/scum on water or the process of purifying gold as is mentioned in Surat al Ra’ad. In Surah Ibrahim, words and beliefs are likened to trees. Both of these mention parables that explain the nature of Truth and falsehood. While falsehood is temporary, Truth is permanent and stable. These parables appeal to our intellect and understanding, so that we may reflect, accept the truth to purify ourselves, and ultimately draw closer to God. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 26

11 min 13 sec

Juz 12 is the completion of Surah Hud (118 verses of the total 123 verses) and the start of Surah Yusuf (52 verses of the total 111 verses). Both Surahs from this Juz are Meccan. This podcast hones in on punishment and why Allah (swt) punishes as mentioned in Surah Hud. Punishment is not a result of Allah’s oppression, rather it is a direct result of people wronging themselves. Emphasis is placed on being reformers towards good and forbidding evil to prevent self- destruction. Allah (swt) does not unjustly destroy people trying to improve things for the better. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 25

17 min 23 sec

Juz 11 covers the last 36 verses of Surat at-Tawbah, the entirety of Surah Yunus, and the first five verses of Surah Hud. Towards the latter part of Surat at-Tawbah, Allah (swt) talks about the ansar and muhajirun, the Muslims who struggled with Rasulullah (s) since the beginning of his mission.  There is a remarkable lesson to learn from these Muslims which is to join the cause of Truth for the sake of Truth itself, not only when it is a fad. Sayyidah Khadijah (sa) is a beautiful example of the sabiqun i.e. those who were foremost. She was the first female to accept the message of Rasulullah (s) and sacrificed everything she had in the way of Truth. Unfortunately, not all Muslims were like the sabiqun and Allah (swt) also addresses the hypocrites who attempted to create division among the Muslims by building a mosque to gather and strategize against Rasulullah (s). When wanting to do something good, it’s important to remember that both the intention AND form matter. This is a concept emphasized continuously throughout the Qur’an and again in the examples mentioned.    Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 24

13 min 33 sec

Juz 10 contains the last 35 verses of Surat al-Anfal and the first 92 verses of Surat at-Tawbah. Tawbah means “to turn to” and often refers to repentance--when one turns to God. This surah is also called Bara’ah from the first word of the chapter, meaning to disassociate. This chapter discusses the outcome for those who aggressively continued to attack Islam and Rasulullah (s). Surat at-Tawbah is the only surah in the Qur’an that does not start with Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim. Scholars opine it may be because Surat at-Tawbah is a continuation of Surat al-Anfal, and the basmalah at the beginning of Surat al-Anfal suffices for Surat at-Tawbah. Alternatively, it may be because it was not befitting to begin a chapter of harsh subject matter, with two names describing God’s incredible mercy. However, the contents of the verses somewhat contradict the latter opinion due to discussions of tawbah. God’s Mercy is not independent of His Justice. This chapter also mentions many of the tests that the Muslims went through subsequent to the conquest of Mecca, which should encourage introspection on our relationship with Allah (swt) and in what circumstances are we willing to obey Allah (swt). Are we only willing to submit in times of ease and convenience, or also through difficulty and inconvenience? Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 23

11 min 45 sec

Juz 9 of the Qur'an contains the last 118 verses of Surat al-A’raaf and the first 40 verses of Surat al-Anfal. One of the main themes of Surat al-A’raaf is discussions around resurrection and the descriptions of heaven and hell and somewhere in-between (the A’raaf).   Beginning in verse 175, the story of a man from the Bani Isra’il named Balam bin Ba’ura is discussed. He had been bestowed with spiritual signs and stations in which the truth had been unveiled to him. He could have soared higher if it wasn’t for his materialistic desires for the worldly which he pursued and thus led himself away from God. It is important for us to take a lesson from this story:   We may see God’s signs and recognise the Truth but choose to disregard them and follow our whims. Those who have the means to ascend to perfection yet do not utilise their intellect to find their purpose, resemble animals, particularly a cattle, as mentioned in this verse, as their goal is to only feed themselves. They thus lose focus and are those who are afflicted with heedlessness. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 22

17 min 3 sec

Juz 8 contains the last 55 verses of Surat al- An'am and the first 87 verses of Surat al-A’raaf.   In today’s episode, we’ll explore a few verses from Surat al-An’am which criticise the flawed ethical pre-Islamic practices of the pagans. One of these flawed practices was that they formed their own laws entirely arbitrarily without divine guidance and wisdom. Unlike their forged laws, every law that Allah (swt) places has a certain wisdom behind it and is not randomly constructed. Moreover, the basic laws of Allah (swt) as espoused in all divine religions and as a part of the message of all Prophets are discussed in verses 150-157. These standards are the foundation of all divine religions. Surat al- An'am ends with a beautiful message for us that we should perform every action for the sake of Allah (swt) through His divine guidance. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 21

12 min 51 sec

Juz 7 of the Qur'an contains the latter 38 verses of Surah al-Maidah and the first 110 verses of Surah al-An’am. In today’s episode, we discuss whether or not non-Muslims can attain salvation as we take a deeper look at verses 82-86 of Surah al- Maidah. It is narrated that these verses shed light upon the story of the Christian king, Najashi, who gave refuge to some of the early Muslims in Abyssinia. Through these verses and others like it, we see that Allah (swt) judges people with absolute justice and according to their circumstances and level of knowledge. This is why some non-Muslims may gain paradise if they have a justified excuse for their ignorance and will be judged based on how much they acted on what they knew. Allah (swt)’s justice compels Him to judge people based on their levels of taqwa and their levels of taqwa depends on what they were capable of. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 20

16 min 4 sec

In today’s exploration of Juz 6, we address the definition of what is ‘good’. Taqwa or God-wariness is the central criteria for judging ‘good’ in terms of actions and intentions.  This is exemplified by the story of Habil and Qabil narrated here in Surat al-Ma’idah.  Both of these sons of Adam followed Allah’s command to give a sacrifice, but it was only Habil who had the right intention of God-wariness which is why his sacrifice was accepted. While fiqh and ahkam are starting points for seeking closeness to Allah (swt) they are a starting point, not the end-all-be-all. When ahkam is combined with Godliness in our intentions,  our actions achieve a level of quality and true taqwa and take us on a spiritual ascension. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 19

12 min 20 sec

Exploring 30 juz in 30 days by Sister Fatemah Meghji   Juz 5 contains the majority of Surat an-Nisa and features discussions of some of the ahkam (laws) related to women. Surat an-Nisa begins with a pivotal verse noting that all humans are of the same essence and therefore equal in the eyes of God. As noted by Allamah Tabatabai, this is the key way in which Allah swt sets up the backdrop to understand the Islamic laws set out in this chapter. Mentioned laws include marital rights, shares in inheritance, and the abolishment of certain pre-Islamic practices. All of these laws are accompanied with the ethical injunctions to maintain piety and to treat one another in the best of ways. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 18

15 min 48 sec

Exploring 30 juz in 30 days by Sister Fatemah Meghji   Juz 4 continues Surah Aal-Imran as well as the initial verses of Surat an-Nisa, Chapter 4, titled “The Women”. In the latter portion of Surah Aal Imran, in verses 102-105 there is advice from Allah swt on how to cling onto Truth and to remain united instead of divided. This advice includes actively seeking to understand the Truth and God’s revelation and acting on it and also the injunction to enjoin the good and forbid the evil. When the truth becomes obscure, this is an important step in preventing ourselves and our communities from moving away from this message. The strongest source of unity for us as a Muslim nation and as humans—is the Truth and God himself, the firmest of handles. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 17

13 min 47 sec

Exploring 30 juz in 30 days by Sister Fatemah Meghji   Juz 3 contains the latter part of Surat al-Baqarah and the well-known “Ayat al-Kursi” which contains 16 references to God, the highest number in a single verse. This juz also contains the first 92 verses of Surah Aal Imran, named as such since it discusses the stories of the family of ‘Imran (a), the father of Sayyidah Maryam (a). In this chapter, the story of Sayyidah Maryam’s birth is explored through the prayers of her mother, Lady Hannah (or Anne), and we note how our manhood or womanhood can aid us in our journey to Allah’s proximity. Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 16

16 min 41 sec

Exploring 30 juz in 30 days by Sister Fatemah Meghji   Juz 2 contains Surat al-Baqarah (The Cow) and is a Medinan surah which explores themes of Islamic law and practice. Although Islamic laws do not make a grand appearance in the Qu’ran (only ~500 verses), these verses come accompanied by ethical and spiritual injunctions. In verses 185-187 of Surat al-Baqarah, we are reminded of the philosophy of fasting and how staying away from food, water, and other physical comforts are intended to train our souls and help us in our journey of attaining taqwa (God-consciousness).   Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below: Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts: Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 15

12 min 37 sec

Juz 1 of 30 | Journeying our eyes through the Qur'an Exploring 30 juz in 30 days by Sister Fatemah Meghji  The Qur’an opens with Surat al-Fatiha which is one of the most important chapters of the Qur’an and has been dubbed umm al-kitab (the mother of the book) due to its importance. According to a reliable report from Imam Ali ar-Rida (a), there is no part of the Qur'an or in a speech in which the best of wisdom has been gathered in the way that it has been gathered in Surat al-Hamd For this reason, we preserve it through our prayers and recite it daily.   Learn more: http://lnk.worldfed.org/30Juz  _________________________________________________________________________________________  Watch or listen to our series on any of the channels below:   Social Media  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WorldFederationKSIMC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wfksimc  Podcasts:  Apple Podcasts: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Apple Spotify: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Spotify Google: http://lnk.worldfed.org/Google

Apr 14

12 min 55 sec

STEPS | Misconceptions on Taqlid - A summary  In this video, we present an overview of what we have been discussing in the last 5-part series on Ijtihad and Taqlid.  We learnt the essence of taqlid and how it is innate to our being. With the help of the Holy Qur’an and ahadith we established the relevance of taqlid and how it was a practice put in place by the representatives of God himself.  We discussed the role of common sense and we also explored the consultative method of ijtihad. If you would like to watch the full STEPS  Series please click here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAyKxtbBJ-9__6SGA5XQHfeHjWbKbtoUd Also, each video is also available to listen to via any podcast channel. Just search for STEPS. 

Apr 2020

4 min 52 sec

STEPS | The Consultative Ijtihad System | Series 3, Episode 5 Do the Mujtahids function in a bubble, isolated from each other, or are they engaged in a “collective, consultative system” in which they work with one another AND with experts in other fields when they issue verdicts? Do they take into account the modern-day breakthroughs in science or are they looking at issues with 6th-century lenses on?  Watch Series 1, 2 and 3 of STEPS here: https://www.world-federation.org/steps

Mar 2020

6 min 36 sec

STEPS | Taqlid Vs Common Sense | Series 3, Episode 4 What is “common sense”? What happens when a religious ruling appears to contradict what we “feel” is right? What do we do? Hasn’t the common collective intellect of humanity sometimes been “wrong”? Does Allah expect us to “blindly” follow the verdict of a religious scholar, or would He rather than we follow our “gut instinct” and do what WE feel is right? Watch Series 1, 2 and 3 of STEPS here: https://www.world-federation.org/steps

Mar 2020

5 min 47 sec

Living in an increasingly complex world, we look to the senior scholars to provide guidance on contemporary issues in the fields of bioethics, business and finance, social interaction and other areas, however they insist on conducting ijtihad on “past issues” like prayers, fasting, etc. What is the need to delve on the past – should we not look towards the future? Watch Series 1 and 2 of STEPS here: https://www.world-federation.org/steps

Mar 2020

6 min 30 sec

As the hadith are the secondary source of Islamic teachings, what does this body of text say about “following” others? Traditions seem to contradict each other in this area, so how do the senior scholars resolve this apparent inconsistency? Do we have examples in the history of the Prophet or Imams encouraging their companions to guide others by issuing edicts? Watch Series 1 and 2 of STEPS here: https://www.world-federation.org/steps

Mar 2020

6 min 57 sec

Taqlid – An Innate Human Practice  If religion and the journey to God is a purely personal experience, then why the need to refer to so-called ‘experts’ on matters of faith? Why do scholars insist on taqlid? Can’t we make the trek to God by way of our own intuition? Does the Quran tell us that we need to seek guidance from others in matters of religion?  Watch Series 1 and 2 of STEPS here: https://www.world-federation.org/steps

Feb 2020

7 min 51 sec

As Muslims who follow the balanced teachings of Islam as carried by the Ahl al-Bayt, peace be upon them, we do not use morally wrong actions to achieve morally right outcomes – our acts must be in line with our teachings. Following in this Qur’anic ethos and one which we derive inspiration from is the movement of Imam Husayn and his stance on the Day of Ashura. How can we ensure that we are principled, ethical, and upright believers while living in a sea of falsehood, corruption and dishonesty? Subscribe to our podcasts and always be the first to listen to our latest episode. Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram under @WFKSIMC www.world-federation.org/news/become-husayni-1441

Sep 2019

12 min 42 sec

Every day, we leave the house to go to work or school – confident that we will return home at the end of the day to be with our loved ones; however the reality is that we don’t know what will happen. This is where we need to develop yaqin – certainty – in our hearts of the world to come and that our time here is limited. This will help us chart out the time we have here to ensure that we make the most of this life, leaving a positive legacy for others to remember us by.

Sep 2019

11 min 43 sec

In Islam, there are no dead-ends. Just because one is a sinner today, does not mean that they must remain so forever. We all sin – either intentionally or unknowingly – but the goal is to realise our erroneous ways, and turn back to God before it is too late. Our Merciful Creator has given us many examples of people in the past whose repentance was accepted – and Kerbala itself presents us with the greatest paradigm of turning back to Him. Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram under @WFKSIMC www.world-federation.org/news/become-husayni-1441

Sep 2019

12 min 23 sec

They say that behind every successful man, there is a strong woman – but in Islam, that woman is not only ‘behind’ the man, but ‘alongside’ him. This is seen from the lives of women such as Khadijah binte Khuwaylid, Fatima al-Zahra, Zaynab al-Kubra, peace be upon all of them, and the great women of Kerbala. The women of Kerbala did not only encourage the men in their lives, rather, they were there shoulder to shoulder with them in the struggle. Today, how can couples work together to serve Allah (swt) and help one another in the journey of life? Subscribe to our podcasts and always be the first to listen to our latest episode. Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram under @WFKSIMC www.world-federation.org/news/become-husayni-1441

Sep 2019

10 min 46 sec

The Qur'an paints a picture of previous prophets and both their supporters and those who rejected the Divinely sent – to teach us that we must struggle to recognise the rightful representative of God in every era. This knowledge must lead us back to God and to our religious responsibility. How do we continue the journey of Islamic knowledge to recognise the Imam of our Time? Subscribe to our podcasts and always be the first to listen to our latest episode. Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram under @WFKSIMC www.world-federation.org/news/become-husayni-1441

Sep 2019

10 min 12 sec

It is one thing to give to others from the ‘excess’ that we have; it is yet another thing to give to others when we find ourselves in times of difficulty. Do we regard others as our own selves? Do we feel the pain of the suffering of others? Are we ready to share our time, energy, wealth, knowledge – all that God has given us to those around us? How do we cultivate empathy in our hearts and our next generation? Subscribe to our podcasts and always be the first to listen to our latest episode. Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram under @WFKSIMC www.world-federation.org/news/become-husayni-1441

Sep 2019

10 min 4 sec

Day four our #BecomeHusayni series and we will look into understanding good deeds. A believer is one who is always working to spread goodness and kindness in society – no matter how “small” it may be. However sometimes, we don’t find the “opportunity” to do good – what is referred to as tawfīq ­– the ability to do as we intend. Reflecting on one of the heroes of Kerbala who was given tawfiq and did good, through his life, we study how we can attract this important trait in our lives. Learn more about our podcast series here: https://www.world-federation.org/news/become-husayni-1441

Sep 2019

9 min 50 sec

In today's podcast we will look into the reality of acquiring Sabr. Being creations of two dimensions – physical and spiritual – we are constantly concerned with our physical health, but do we pay the same concern to our spiritual well-being? Living in an era of instant gratification, how should we understand the sacred trait of sabr ­– patience and fortitude, how can we use this trait in our daily lives and what are the benefits of maintaining a life of fortitude? Learn more about our podcast series here: https://www.world-federation.org/news/become-husayni-1441

Sep 2019

10 min 36 sec

Our second podcast will focus on the importance of Salaat. The daily prayer is the foundational pillar of Islamic worship and if accepted, all acts of worship will be accepted, however if they are rejected, everything else is declined. It is easy to pray when at the religious centre, but how do we juggle our religious responsibility when we are at work or at school? Like the companions of Kerbala, do we long to speak to Allah? When times are tough, do we turn to Allah or our vices? Learn more about our podcast series here: https://www.world-federation.org/news/become-husayni-1441

Sep 2019

10 min 51 sec

Listen to our first podcast on the 1st Muharram 1441. One podcast to be released every day for the first 10 days of Muharram. Today we will talk about the actions of Imam Husayn, peace be upon him, before he left for Kufa,  and how he clarified his stance – he refused to pledge allegiance to a tyrant like Yazid. To him, this was nothing more than humiliation and ran counter to the ethos of the past Prophets. He would rather his body cut to pieces than his principles shred to bits. As believers, how can we live up to the standard that Aba Abdillah set 1,400 years ago? Learn more about our podcast series here: https://www.world-federation.org/news/become-husayni-1441

Aug 2019

11 min 32 sec

As with all walks of life, professionals must be acknowledged and vetted by their peers before they can practice. What are the requisites for the scholar we want to follow? If we say that we do not need to follow a Mujtahid and that we can “work it out on our own”, then what are the alternatives? More information can be found here: Learn more about STEPS here: https://lnk.wf/STEPS Sign up here: http://lnk.wf/StepsSignUp Watch all the STEPS videos here: http://lnk.wf/STEPSvideos Listen to Podcasts here: http://lnk.wf/STEPSpodcasts Read the STEPS articles here: http://lnk.wf/STEPSarticles  Follow us on our Social Media Channels to get all our latest videos on STEPS and Subscribe to our YouTube Channel FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc TWITTER: https://twitter.com/wfksimc

Aug 2019

4 min 43 sec

Our Maraji’ are individuals who play the role of a father to the shi’i community. Under their guidance and diligence, the school of Ahlulbayt (as) has averted many calamities. They selflessly work to benefit humanity at large and constantly provide order, unity and structure for their followers to enable them to live on the right path. In this episode, we highlight just a few examples of these. More information can be found here: Learn more about STEPS here: https://lnk.wf/STEPS Sign up here: http://lnk.wf/StepsSignUp Watch all the STEPS videos here: http://lnk.wf/STEPSvideos Listen to Podcasts here: http://lnk.wf/STEPSpodcasts Read the STEPS articles here: http://lnk.wf/STEPSarticles  Follow us on our Social Media Channels to get all our latest videos on STEPS and Subscribe to our YouTube Channel FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc TWITTER: https://twitter.com/wfksimc

Aug 2019

5 min 43 sec

What do we do when we can’t figure something out in life? We tend to go to the experts to seek their professional advice. In the sphere of Islamic teachings, what do we do if we find verses which condemn and encourage “blind following” of others? In this episode, we review the Qur’anic position on “Taqleed”. #Qur’an #BlindFollowing #Scholarship More information can be found here: Learn more about STEPS here: https://lnk.wf/STEPS Sign up here: http://lnk.wf/StepsSignUp Watch all the STEPS videos here: http://lnk.wf/STEPSvideos Listen to Podcasts here: http://lnk.wf/STEPSpodcasts Read the STEPS articles here: http://lnk.wf/STEPSarticles  Follow us on our Social Media Channels to get all our latest videos on STEPS and Subscribe to our YouTube Channel FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc TWITTER: https://twitter.com/wfksimc

Jul 2019

3 min 29 sec

 Marja’iyyah, the Shi’i religious authority is a unique system which has been evolving since the initial concept of it was introduced in the Holy Qur’an.   Questions we will cover in this introductory video are:  - WHAT should our relationship with our Creator be?   - WHY the need for this system?   - HOW does He want us to worship Him?   - WHAT does Allah (swt) want from US?   P lus many other questions will be answered in this video.     More information can be found here:  Learn more about STEPS here: https://lnk.wf/STEPS  Sign up here: http://lnk.wf/StepsSignUp  Watch all the STEPS videos here: http://lnk.wf/STEPSvideos  Listen to Podcasts here: http://lnk.wf/STEPSpodcasts  Read the STEPS articles here: http://lnk.wf/STEPSarticles    Follow us on our Social Media Channels to get all our latest videos on STEPS and Subscribe to our YouTube Channel   FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/WFKSIMC   INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/wfksimc   TWITTER: https://twitter.com/wfksimc 

Jul 2019

4 min 5 sec