Sheikh Anwar Al-Awlaki

Anwar al-Awlaki is a Muslim scholar of Yemeni heritage born in New Mexico. He served as an Imam in California, and later in the Washington, D.C. area where he headed the Dar Al-Hijrah Islamic Center and was also the Muslim Chaplain at George Washington University.

 

In 2004 he returned to his native Yemen where he taught at Eman university until his arrest in mid 2006. Imam Anwar was released from custody on the 12th of December 2007 having spent a year and a half behind bars. In his first interview since his release, conducted by former Guantanamo Detainee and cageprisoners spokesman Moazzam Begg, he spoke about the conditions of his detention and shared his reflections on his time in prison.

Introduction

His Family - Embracing Islam

Hijrah

Jihad With The Messenger Of Allah

Life_In_Madinah

The Khalifah Of The Messenger Of Allah

Inaugural Address

The Governors - The Army Of Usama

The War Against The Apostates

War Against Apostates (Cont.)

War Against Apostates (Cont.)

The Conquest Of Iraq

The War Against The Romans

War Against Romans (Cont.) - His Death

His Virtues

The Life of Abu Bakr As-Siddiq

This series of lectures covers the different aspects of the life of Abu Bakr (R.A.), including his life before Islam, during the life of the Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.), and finally during his Khalifah.

The Life of Umar Ibn Al-Kahttab

Ummar Ibn Alkhataab (R.A.), His Life and Times by Imam Anwar Al-Awlaki. This series of lectures covers the different aspects of the life of Ummer Ibn Alkhataab(R.A.)

Introduction His Character

Hijrah - Jihad With The Messenger

Jihad With The Messenger - Some Of His VIrtues

His Virtues - Advisor Of Abu Bakr

His Appointment As The Khalifah

Foundations Of Goverment

Ummar With His Family - Ummar And The Society

Ummar R.A. And The Society

Enjoing Good And Forbidding Evil

The Nightly Patrols

The Famine - The Plague

Ummar With His Governors

Ummar With His Army Generals

The Opening Of The Persian Empire

The Opening Of The Persian Empire 2

The Roman Front

Comments - Dreams

His Last Days

The Life of the Prophet Muhammad (Makkan period)

Introduction

Background history

Pre-islamic arabia

Early life

Important events

In pursuit of truth

The glad tidings

The revelation

The reaction

The reaction

The early emigrants

The early emigrants

Major events

The later years

In search of a base

The road to madinah

This 16 CD set is an outstanding collection of inspirational talks that introduces the life of Prophet Muhammad, the greatest human being to walk the face of the earth. In these talks, Imam Anwar al-Awlaki, author of the best selling series, The Lives of the Prophets, eloquently presents the Makkan period of the Prophet's life in a detailed manner, deriving valuable lessons from it and thus making it relevant to our modern times. The series is primarily based on Ibn Kathir's book on the Sirah. Some of the topics discussed include: The History of the Kabah, Muhammad in the Bible, The Call to Near Kin, The Islam of Hamzah, The Year of Grief, Lessons from the Trip to al-Taif and much more.

The Life of the Prophet Muhammad (Madinian period part 1)

Hijrah

Islamic State 1

Islamic State 2

Islamic State 3

Badr 1

Badr 2

Badr 3

Events Between Badr & Uhud

Uhud 1

Uhud 2

Uhud 3

Uhud 4

Uhud 5

Events Between Uhud & Khandaq 1

Events Between Uhud & Khandaq 2

Banu Al-Mustalaq & Khandaq 1

Khandaq 2

Banu Quraydah

The Life of Muhammad (S): Medina Period 1 of 2 is the second part of a three part series on the Sirah of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (S). The first part covered the Makkan era. This part focuses on the Medina era starting from the Hijrah up until the battle of the Trench. Here, Imam Anwar Al-Awlaki covers the first five years of the Medina era which include the all important events of the Hijrah, the establishment of the first Islamic State, the battle of Badr, the Battle of Uhud, and finally the battle of the Trench

Events between battle of the Trench & al Hudaybiyyah

Events between battle of the Trench & al Hudaybiyyah 2

The truce of al-Hudaybiyyah

The truce of al-Hudaybiyyah (cont.)

The battle of Khaibar

The battle of Khaibar (cont.), Events after Khaibar

The Islam of Khalid and Amr

The battle of Mu'tah

The letters to the kings

The Conquest of Makkah

The Conquest of Makkah (cont.)

The Conquest of Makkah (cont.)

The battle of Hunain

The battle of Tabuk

The battle of Tabuk (cont.)

The Hadith of Kaab bin Malik

The Delegations

The Farewell Hajj

The Last Days

This set of lectures is the third and last part of “The Life of Muhammad (saaws)”. This set covers the last five years of the life of the Messenger of Allah, Muhammad (saaws) from the fifth year of Hijra to the tenth. It includes the important events of the truce of Hudaybiyyah, the battle of Khaibar, the battle of Mu’tah, the conquest of Makkah, the battle of Hunain, the battle of Tabuk and finally the passing away of the seal of the Prophets.

The Life of the Prophet Muhammad (Madinian period part 11)

Introduction - Death

Death (cont.)

Journey of the Soul

Minor Signs of the Day 01-07

Minor Signs of the Day 08-18

Minor Signs of the Day 19-38

Minor Signs of the Day 39-52

Major Signs 1 Ad-Dajjal

Major Signs 1 Ad-Dajjal (cont.) 2 Isa a.s.

Major Signs 3-10

The Resurrection

The non-believers on the Day

Punishment for sins - Righteous on the Day

Righteous on the Day (cont.)

Names and Rules of the Hereafter

Accountability

Hellfire and its Life

Some Actions that lead to Hellfire

Ratio of People in Hellfire compared to Paradise

A Tour of Paradise (cont.)

Socialization in Paradise

The people of Paradise

The Hereafter Series

In this series, the Imam vividly portrays the different phases the human soul passes through during its lifetime up to its death as well as the process of judgment of souls and the resulting eternal life in Heaven or Hell in the Hereafter. In breathtaking style the listener hears of the events that occur just before death and the events that come after it. The Imam gives a clear description about life in the grave, the horrors of the last day, the major and minor signs leading to the last hour and the day of resurrection. The Imam crowns this eloquently narrated lecture with the process of accountability and recompense. On the Day of Judgment those who pass the test will be rewarded with Paradise and those who fail will be rewarded with Hellfire.

Introduction - Story Of Creation

Adam (Cont.) - Idris - Sheeth - Hud A.S.

Hud (cont.) - Saleh - Ibrahim A.S.

The Da´wah Of Ibrahim - Hijrah Of Ibrahim A.S.

Al-Ka´bah - Virtues Of Ibrahim - Lut A.S.

Shu´aib - Yusuf A.S.

Yusuf A.S. (Cont.)

Yusuf A.S. (Cont.)

Yusuf (Cont.) - Ayub - Yunus A.S.

Musa A.S. And Pharaoh

Musa A.S. And Pharaoh 2

Musa A.S. And Pharaoh 3

Musa A.S. And Bani Israeel

Musa A.S. And Bani Israeel (Cont.)

Musa A.S. And Bani Israeel (Cont.)

Yusha And Dawood A.S.

Dawood (Cont.) - Sulaiman A.S.

Sulaiman (Cont.) - Kingdom Of Sheba

The Family Of Imran

The Family Of Imran 2

The Family Of Imran 3

The Lives of the Prophets

The Lives of the Prophets" is a series of lectures delivered by Anwar Al-Awlaki. It is the first such series produced in the English language. The author has done extensive research in the original Arabic resources. The series is based primarily on Ibn Kathir¦s " Al-Bidayah wa-nihayah (The Beginning and the End)". Br. Al-Awlaki has done an excellent job of relying almost completely on the Quran, Hadith and statements of the Noble Companions.

Dreams and Dream Interpretations

Allah Almighty says: “Behold! Verily on the friends of Allah there is no fear, nor shall they grieve; those who believe and guard against evil. For them are glad tidings, in the life of this world and in the Hereafter.” The Messenger of Allah (pbuh) explained the glad tidings of the life of this world to be dreams. He said it is: “the good dream that a Muslim sees or is seen for him” The world of dreams is an amazing and intriguing one. The early scholar of Islam Ibn Qutaybah says: “There is nothing that people deal with from the different sciences that is more obscure, delicate, exalted, noble, difficult, and problematic than dreams, because they are a type of revelation and a kind of prophethood”. CD1: seventeen Rules of Dream Interpretations CD2: Dreams in the Quran and Hadith CD3: Dreams of the Companions and examples of interpretation from the book of Ibn Qutayba

 

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