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48 thoughts on “Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad on Blogging Theology | don’t stop believin übersetzung | Neue Musik hier aktualisiert”

  1. Mashallah he is speaking the truth so boldly. May Allah bless you both. Thank you for inviting Shaykh Murad, one of my favorite Islamic scholars.

  2. It was a wonderful session Ustadh Paul! Your channel is like a standalone academia.Learning a lot from your channel Ustadh,thank you.May Allah reward you both in here and after

  3. Let me tell you what I find really powerful about this discussion: It’s between two men steeped in the culture of England from close to the time I was born, and I was born here in the mid 1960s. You raise the issues of our time through the same lens that I do, despite my ethnic background being different because you share a journey that resonates. I too reverted in 2004, I won’t elaborate on that.

    Nevertheless, I’m hearing more and more that it is Islam’s imperviousness to change that offers an appealing, yet still vaguely frightening counterpoint for some of the right-wing commentariat. They’re alternately appalled and intrigued by this aspect of Islamic intransigence and of normative Muslim practice.

    I’m glad you raised the issue of Hijra again. I consider England my country, so when I’m told to “go home”, I’m confused. It must be even more confusing for you two to face this dissonance given that ethnically, both of you appear as English as it’s possible to be. I’m glad you raised the issue of home schooling, as that’s the route I have taken. There is currently no pressure to teach certain controversial topics, but that could change.

    As for Hijra options, Malaysia is an option, but again., as Abdal Hakim Murad says about Indonesia, “what use would I be there? It’s for this reason that whenever I think about it, I realise that my best option is to stay in the country of my birth, bear the destructive changes to the fabric of society with patience and hold fast to the rope of Allah. On AHM’s mosque architecture point, if you haven’t had a chance to visit the mosque in Granada, you really should. It’s a powerful experience, and particularly poignant when you look over the wall and see the Alhambra in the background.

    The current dominant cultural paradigm might make it difficult for us to openly discuss certain values, particularly if we are employed, but I suspect our time is analogous again to the first Meccan period of Islam, where speaking out openly could result in sanction, but the gradual, gentle promulgation of our values through example, if we are patient, might well bear fruit, inSha’Allah.

    Both you and now Abdal Hakim Murad have raised the point that many Christian theologians and clerics don’t believe in the divinity of Christ. Let’s pray that this is not just a phenomenon of the elite, but that it will filter through to the quiet Christian majority, who would then potentially be our allies in bringing society back from the brink. In this context, and as a basis for continuing, fruitful discussion, don’t you find it profound that the Qur’an clearly distinguishes between Christians and the clergy?

  4. Fantastic and wonderful dialogue did you touch on women in islam i sometimes think the next parsdigm shift in islam is thee qualified and educated muslim women of islaam

  5. If Brother Paul (may Allah shower his blessings on you) could convey a message to brother Hakim Murad about a suggestion on his latest project on Life….to please please either use easy language that a high school graduate can understand or create two versions of it. One for commons and one for academia. I m from the commons. I am requesting this with utmost respect for brother Hakim Murad. May Allah bless you with a long life to benefit us all everywhere.

  6. I liked the conversation really much. Specially the point to Colour yourself with the local colours while steadfast in fundamentals of Islam. Being creative in adopting the culture and style of the place and time.

  7. I still remember how Joram Van Klaveren (ex anti Islam member of Dutch Parlimen) starting point journey to Islam after read the book from Prof Abdal Hakim.. May Allah gives undoubtedly rewards to him.

  8. Oh my God! That's what I was waiting for 😍. Please, also invite Jordan Peterson and connect these two scholars. I think there will be lots of interesting things coming out of that.

  9. Inshallah, Islam will spread in the West through brothers like both of them. Isn't this a miracle when Muslim countries are at their weakest politically, economically, militarily that Islam is on the march through hearts of men like Paul and Murad. So much for the now debunk theory of Islam spreading through sword.

  10. This is all an amazing amount of rubbish knowing what we do about the advent of "Islam". The myth of Muhammad is based upon Uman uniting Sadducees and other Jewish groups to wrest Jerusalem from the Romans. It was only the later Abbasids (who really invented Islam) that moved the heart of Islam to the Hejaz.
    I love Paul's style but he needs to get with the times. He wants a religion to "cure" him of his natural inclination. Sadly, I think he is uncomfortable with himself WHEREVER he is because he thinks homosexuality is something to be ashamed of. I don't blame Paul for the views he holds; he great up in an environment that was fiercely anti-homosexual. But what does he do for future generations of homosexuals by perpetuating that enmity?

    Paul, you are a good person and have much to offer the world, please accept yourself for who you are!

  11. Shocking , and more chocking to know my Alma Mater produced ignorance. Not only in the Cambridge camp, but England at large has an ignorant Welsh. You can deny both Jewish and Christian religions and believe in Spinoza’s God and be sensible, but believe in Mohamed as an intellectual, again I say it is Shocking and much chocking. I am breathless not in a good way.

  12. Salam Alaykum brother Paul!
    Wonderful content, Jazak Allah kher both of you and brother Abdal Hakim.

    Would it be feasible to add automatically-generated English captions so a non-native English speaker like me can understand everything? I fail to understand a word every now and then no matter how much i rewind it.

    Barak Allah feek!

  13. I would like Murad to clarify 7.00-8.00. Is this a sly justification for a pious Land-Grab, perhaps sometime in the future?
    And what rights would Christians, Jews, Hindus and Buddhists have (with regard to Allahs Earth) vis-a-vis the Muslims?

  14. From what I've seen, the Cambridge Mosque is beautiful. I've listened to some of Sheikh Murad's 'sermons', which I found to be very calming, but thought provoking also.

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