Muslim Superheroes Ep10: Aksemseddin
The conquest of Constantinople was done by the Sultan Mehmed II. But who was his mentor and spiritual guide? We learn the story of Akshamsaddin, an Ottoman scholar who would give advice enveloped in prophetic character, which helped conquer the hearts of the people.
Muslim Superheroes Ep.9: Malik Bin Anas
Imam Malik ibn Anas رضي الله عنه was born in 93 Hijri (711 AD) in Madina and is considered one of the four great Imams of Islam. He was raised in a household of scholarship and dedicated his life to study and teaching. Abu Ayyub shares the story of the life of Imam Malik and why he is considered one of the greatest scholars of Islam.
Muslim Superheroes Ep.7: Fatima Al Zahra
Standing up for what is right does not come in a particular size, and you don't need to be someone big and strong. Learn the story of the daughter of the Prophet ﷺ who was with him when he ﷺ faced opposition and unjust hostile actions but yet kept many praiseworthy qualities, like bravery, purity, a noble character, and excellent conduct.
Muslim Superheroes Ep.5: Fatima Al-Fihri
Fatimah Al-Fihri was the founder of the oldest university in the world. She decided to put her life in the service of Allah ﷻ. For over one thousand years students have come and teachers have taught among some of the famous graduates of this school. Some of them include Ibn Haldun, Ibn Rushd, Maimonides, and Pope Sylvester II.
Muslim Superheroes: Series Introduction
Moutasem Atiya grew up as a fan of comic book superheroes, like Batman, Superman, the X-Men, heroes that stood up for values such as justice. He shares a story of how these superheroes brought him closer to Islam as kid, and developed a love for the Prophet and his companions. This first episodes introduces a series discussing the many superheroes of Islamic history.