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Young Muslims in America (DVD) Abdullah Hakim Quick

Young Muslims in America (DVD) Abdullah Hakim Quick

Young Muslims in America (DVD) Abdullah Hakim Quick
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Publisher/Manufacturer: Meccacentric Da'Wah Group (2007)
Product specifications: DVD approximate running time 1 Hours and 45 minutes
Item type: Lecture DVD

Product description:

An informal session in the masjid with some young adult Muslims. Before opening the floor for discussion, Abdullah Hakim informs those present of the great task facing them in this time of crisis. This task is a very sacred and serious one as it involves taking over the leadership of the Muslim ummah. But he warns that this requires knowledge of the deen and the dunya, balance, wisdom, and perspective. This is an ideal workshop for young brothers and sisters struggling with their identity, their direction, and their faith here in America. Geared towards MYNA groups but also very appropriate for parents who need to understand what the youth are going through on a daily basis. Other topics discussed: communism vs. capitalism, the affect of colonialism, lopsided fatwahs, youth and their lack of credibility, wearing hijab, dealing with stereotypes/islamophobia, da'wah to other young Muslims caught up in the dunya, dealing with temptations, fornication/adultery, dealing with homosexuals (Muslims and non-Muslims), Muslims being involved in non-Muslim politics, how youth can contribute in the Muslim community, youth studying Islam, learning Arabic, brotherhood/sisterhood, nasiha (giving advice), and self-defense.