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Pearls of the Qur
Pearls of the Qur'an 2017

Join our leading scholars as they examine both the external and internal dimensions of the Qur'an and share their commentary at our annual conference

Conversations on Race, Faith & the Next Generation
Conversations on Race, Faith & the Next Generation

Racial divides continue to be a reality, despite the diversity of the American Muslim community. In Part 3 of this series, we explore racism and ways to move forward.


Featured Videos

Tazkiyatul Al Nafs: Purification of the Soul Series with Shaykh Mokhtar Maghraoui: Video 1

ImanWire Posted January 13 2017

Shaykh Mokhtar Maghraoui discusses the path of spiritual purification.

The Life of Muhammad Part 1

ImanWire Posted February 11 2017

Sirah Part 1 - The Life of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon Him) - Why Study His Life? - Moutasem Atiya


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Translating Love With the Burdah: Mostafa Azzam

ImanWire Posted January 23 2017 in Interviews
Mostafa Azzam is the author of the first ever singable English translation of the Burdah, Imam Busiri's classic poem in praise of the Prophet ﷺ. He… [read more]

Muslim Women in Leadership: Nana Asma’u, Daughter of the Shehu

Anse Tamara Gray Posted March 15 2017 in Life & Culture
The history of Muslim women is a history of action, acumen and resilience. It is a history of intelligence, interest and stamina. It is a history of… [read more]

The Walking Qur’an of West Africa: Scholarship, Liberty & the Abolition of Slavery

ImanWire Podcast Posted February 13 2017 in ImanWire Podcast
History shapes the present and influences the future, but what if that history was turned on its head? What if we were to learn that African Muslims in… [read more]

Activists and scholars have at times struggled to be on the same wavelength, creating obstacles in communal efforts for both social justice and spiritual refinement. What are the roots of this disconnect, and how can they get on the same page?

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