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Full Lectures



  • Allah Seeks to Please the Holy Prophet

    Allah Seeks to Please the Holy Prophet (S)

    On the occasion of the Mawlid, Hadrat Mufakkir al-Islam gives a commentary of Surah ad-Duha and explains how Almighty Allah is always looking to please the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him and his family).

  • The Custodianship of Sainthood Belongs to the Ahl al-Bayt

    The Custodianship of Sainthood Belongs to the Ahl al-Bayt

    In this short lecture Hadrat Mufakkir al-Islam explains that the custodians of wilayah have always been the family members of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him and his family). Also present is Shaykh as-Sayyid Ghulam Nizamuddin Jami of Golra Sharif.

  • Sunni Standpoint Regarding the Land of Fadak

    Sunni Standpoint Regarding the Land of Fadak

    When the Muslims triumphed in the Battle of Khaybar, the oasis of Fadak was part of the bounty. Hadrat Mufakkir al-Islam reviews the Sunni perspective regarding this dispute.

  • The Kufr of Yazid

    The Kufr of Yazid

    Hadrat Mufakkir al-Islam presents the case for the kufr of Yazid. The noble Shaykh uses Sunni sources to prove Yazid's disbelief and responds to the claim that Yazid was a Muslim.

  • Sayyiduna Imam Zayn al-Abidin: The Survivor of Karbala'

    Sayyiduna Imam Zayn al-Abidin: The Survivor of Karbala'

    Hadrat Mufakkir al-Islam commemorates the life of Sayyiduna Imam Zayn al-Abidin, the son of Sayyiduna Imam Husayn (Allah be pleased with them both) who survived the tragic battle of Karbala'.

  • The Immense Gallantry and Sacrifice of Sayyiduna Imam Husayn

    The Immense Gallantry and Sacrifice of Sayyiduna Imam Husayn

    Hadrat Mufakkir al-Islam details the bravery of Sayyiduna Imam Husayn (Allah be pleased with him) and compares his gallantry to other brave warriors from history.

  • Sayyiduna Imam Husayn's Journey from Madinah to Karbala'

    Sayyiduna Imam Husayn's Journey from Madinah to Karbala'

    Hadrat Mufakkir al-Islam describes the journey of Sayyiduna Imam Husayn and his family (Allah be pleased with them all) from al-Madinah al-Munawwarah to Karbala', and the tragic events leading to the battle of Karbala'.

  • Sayyiduna 'Umar: The Discerner of Truth

    Sayyiduna 'Umar: The Discerner of Truth

    Hadrat Mufakkir al-Islam delivers a lecture on the life of Sayyiduna 'Umar ibn al-Khattab (Allah be pleased with him) who was known by the title al-Faruq, the Discerner of Truth.

  • Sayyiduna 'Uthman: The Possessor of Two Lights

    Sayyiduna 'Uthman: The Possessor of Two Lights

    Hadrat Mufakkir al-Islam talks about the life of Sayyiduna 'Uthman ibn 'Affan (Allah be pleased with him) who was given the honorific title Dhu al-Nurayn, the Possessor of Two Lights.

  • What is the Eligibility of Becoming a Companion of the Holy Prophet?

    What is the Eligibility of Becoming a Companion of the Holy Prophet? (S)

    Hadrat Mufakkir al-Islam responds to the absurd allegation that Sayyiduna Imam Hasan (Allah be pleased with him) cannot be a Sahabi due to his infancy. The noble Shaykh explains through classical texts what is required to be classed as a Sahabi.

  • The Holy Prophet Has Been Sent as a Witness and a Bearer of Glad Tidings - Part 3

    The Holy Prophet (S) Has Been Sent as a Witness and a Bearer of Glad Tidings - Part 3

    Hadrat Mufakkir al-Islam discusses the omnipresence of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him and his family) and explains that the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him and his family) is present and watching, and this has always been the belief of Muslims.

  • The Holy Prophet Has Been Sent as a Witness and a Bearer of Glad Tidings - Part 2

    The Holy Prophet (S) Has Been Sent as a Witness and a Bearer of Glad Tidings - Part 2

    Hadrat Mufakkir al-Islam discusses the omnipresence of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him and his family) and explains that the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him and his family) is present and watching, and this has always been the belief of Muslims.