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The Currency of the Hereafter – Siraj Wahhaj

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1) What is the Currency of the Hereafter?
2) Money Has No Real Value
3) The Reality of Wealth is What You Do With It
4) Envision Yourself in the Grave
5) The Hereafter is Inevitable
6) Death Can Happen at Anytime
7) The Opportunity For Good Deeds is Now
8) Where to Spend For Sadaqa?
9) The Difference Between Good Deeds and Ibadah?
10) What About Saving Money in the Bank?
11) Must the Hijab Cover All the Hair?
12) Balance in Spending
13) Full-time Muslim Schools
14) Zakat on Gold Jewelry?
15) Muslims in Public School
16) Sadaqah Jariyyah
17) Eating Non-Zabiha Meat?
18) Reward For Helping Non-Muslims?
19) Can Zakat Be Given to Non-Muslims?
20) Are Non-Muslims Allowed in the Masjid?
21) Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam
22) Did the Pope Agree With the Evolution Theory?
23) Can We Recite Qur’an For Non-Muslims Who Died?
24) Using Images to Teach Children?

In this lecture based on one of his well-known khutbahs about charity, Siraj Wahhaj demonstrates the reality of wealth from an Islamic perspective. He reminds the audience to use their money wisely and inspires them to spend now before it’s too late. Remarking that this is one of the most important topics to understand, he places the life of this world in the proper context and reminds us of just how fleeting material things really are. A great talk that emphasizes the importance of giving and that our true security comes with investing in the hereafter. Includes an extensive question and answer session that addresses, among other things, the following issues: saving money in the bank, balance in spending, zakat on gold jewelry, sadaqah jariyyah, reward for helping non-Muslims, and giving zakat to non-Muslims. (Duration: 1 hour, 35 min) Siraj Wahhaj, imam of Masjid Taqwa in New York, is well known among Muslims in North America as a dynamic, motivational speaker and tireless supporter of Islamic causes. He accepted Islam in 1969 and received training at Ummul Qura University. He is the former vice president of ISNA and has served on the Majlis Ash-Shura since 1987. He received high praises from the media and NYPD for initiating anti-drug patrols in Brooklyn, New York in 1988.