ImanWire Podcast
ImanWire Podcast

Subscribe to the new ImanWire podcast, a series of conversations on issues facing the Muslim community.

Examining the Burda
Examining the Burda

The Burdah of al-Būṣīrī is from among the most famous poems composed in honor of the Prophet Muḥammad ﷺ. This series of commentaries on the Burda, Iyad Ammar sheds light on the famous poem.

Hajj At Home
Hajj At Home

The first 10 days of Dhul Hijjah have unique rewards and opportunities, specifically for those of us who are not on Hajj.


Featured Videos

Spirit of the Suhba Fellowship

ImanWire Posted March 01 2018

In 2017 a group of one hundred people from ten different countries moved to Istanbul, Turkey, to join the Suhba Fellowship program with Shaykh Mokhtar Maghraoui. In this video Shaykh Mokhtar narrates the essence what the Suhba Fellowship in Istanbul is all about.

Arabic: Life and Tradition

ImanWire Posted March 01 2018

Having to deal with a diverse student base with varying levels of Arabic proficiency, Dr. Ahmad Snobar describes his unique methodology in constructing the Suhba Fellowship Arabic Program.


In Search of Spiritual Fellowship Featured Podcast


Fight Fire with Water, Not with Fire

Dawud Walid Posted July 16 2018 in Life & Culture
In the current socio-political environment, we must consistently measure what our responses should be based upon our spiritual tradition, not what is… [read more]

Blind Faith in Intellectual Circles

Mohamed Ghilan Posted March 26 2018 in Life & Culture
The question is not whether God exists. The real question to ask is whether our worship will be directed towards God or towards idols of our own making.… [read more]

Can We Deliver on Behalf of the Prophet? Six Ways to Spread the Message of Islam

Anse Tamara Gray Posted July 25 2018 in Life & Culture
Muslims are busy working on survival. We are dealing with internal strife, external stress, political and social upheaval and plain old fear. Most of our… [read more]

Racism still is neglected in the community and even when it is addressed, it often fails to discuss its roots or provide solutions grounded in a practical approach. How can we address it spiritually?

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