Masjid Dysfunction | Imanwire Selects
Have we ever asked ourselves if we are really most qualified to run our Masajids and Muslim communities? Or are we just afraid about losing control? Shaykh Yasir Fahmy gives us the tools to reorient our sincerity to prevent dysfunction and corruption in our organizations.
The Ottoman Sufi: Imanwire Selects
Professor Suleyman Derin, with a background in the field of Sufism, Sufi tafasir, Sufi psychology and orientalist studies on Sufism, discusses the myths and misconceptions of what Sufism is, what it has become, and what it means to the culture of the Turks and those who follow it.
Losing the Love Handles: Combining Physical & Spiritual Fitness | Imanwire Selects
We might appreciate the benefits of physical fitness, but are there spiritual benefits to exercise as well? In this episode, we discuss not only how to find time and implement a successful exercise program but how exercise can teach us invaluable lessons critical to being spiritually healthy.Exploring the strong connections between physical and spiritual fitness, Moutasem Atiya, Mohammed Saleem & special guest Dr. Saleem Farooqui, a physician and competitive cyclist, reflect on how exercise can enhance our own spiritual path to God.
The Debate Over Countering Violent Extremism | Imanwire Selects
In this episode, Alejandro Beutel, a researcher in CVE, and Mohamed Ghilan, a critic of CVE, discuss both government and community-led initiatives in countering violent extremism and consider how to address this divisive issue constructively in the Muslim community.
Opioid Addiction in the Muslim Community | Imanwire Selects
Opioid addiction is a far-reaching problem in our society and the Muslim community is not immune. In this episode, Moutasem Atiya, Dr. Mohamed Ghilan, Dr. Hasan Awan & Mohammed Saleem address the growing problem of prescription drug abuse, its social and spiritual ramifications, the path to recovery and how our attitudes towards addicts should be grounded in love.