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10 Great Challenges Facing Every Muslim – Abdullah Hakim Quick

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1) We Are on the Brink of Chaos
2) Muslims Will Face Three Types of Fitnah
3) Tajdeed: The Solution
4) You Have to Understand the History of Early America
5) The Siege
6) Muhammad Al-Ameen Ash-Shanqeeti
7) Tawheed
8) Ihsan
9) Righteous Deeds
10) Governing by Other Than Allah’s Law
11) Being Concerned With Social Issues
12) Economics
13) Politics
14) Non-Muslim Control of Muslim Lands
15) Weakness and Disunified Hearts
16) A Brief Comment on the Taliban
17) What Inspired Abdullah Hakim Quick to Accept Islam
18) Why Do We Make Movements in Prayer?
19) CAIR
20) Why Did Allah Allow Moses to Petition the Salah?
21) Signs of the Last Day
22) Shiite Muslims?
23) We Need to Be Proactive
24) Muslims Also Stereotype Other People
25) Psychic Abilities?
26) Why Did the Colonizers Succeed?
27) A Brief Comment on the Clinton Scandal of 1998
28) How to Be Proactive
29) Is Media Stereotyping Intentional?

The tribulations facing the ummah should not cause despair, because Allah has said that He “will not change the condition of a people until they change that which is in themselves”. This statement suggests that we have the ability to make a difference by doing “house-cleaning” within ourselves. As this process of tajdid (the revival of Islam) can be overwhelming, we may be confused as to where to begin. This lecture provides the foundation for this monumental task by referencing the work of a 20th Century scholar named Muhammad Al-Ameen Ash-Shanqeeti. This West-African scholar provides ten great issues upon which the entire world revolves that Muslims need to be aware of if they are to begin the much needed task of revival. Other topics discussed: native Indian/African history in America, the movie “The Siege”, social issues and peer pressure, Western influences on the Muslim world, the Taliban in Afghanistan, Imam Quick’s acceptance of Islam, movements in prayer, Allah ordaining five hundred prayers a day and then reducing it to five, signs of the last day, being proactive before the tribulation, Muslims stereotyping other people, telepathic communication, how colonizers succeeded in conquering native Indians, stereotyping in the media, and whether shia are considered Muslim. (Duration: 1 hour, 27 min)