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Salams – Hello! Seeing that is it Women’s Month we thought why not?! Enjoy 10 minutes of advice and inspiration from our podcast guests thus far. Make dua (prayer) for us… Before you listen… A quick reminder about our Cape Town Leadership Conference on the 30th September 2017 at the Baxter. You may purchase your […]
” I will carry those duas’ (prayers) with me as long as I live. “ – Shanaaz Ebrahim Gire The full episode will be published on Friday, 24th February 2017. AccidentalMuslims.com is self funded and a community one – so please share this episode – the more reach, the more impact.
” Depending on the phase in your career, Johannesburg is a good move for you.” – Aslam Levy The full episode will be published on Friday, 23rd December 2016. AccidentalMuslims.com is self funded and a community one – so please share this episode – the more reach, the more impact.
Khadija Patel (Editor-in-Chief: Mail & Guardian) tells us who her favourite interviewee is/was… Exactly 1 month ago, on the 28th March 2017, South Africa lost a great man – Ahmed Kathrada We reminded of the immortal words of Alfred Tennyson in a poem: “And oh for the touch of a vanished hand and the sound […]
IT’S SEASON 2 time! We want to thank all of you for listening to our debut season. Over 6200+ podcast downloads. Website visited by over 90 countries. 2 City Meetups and maybe 1 in Dubai?! We kick off episode 25 (Season 2) with Zia Sadik the co-founder of MYCOE (Muslim Youth Council of Entrepreneurs). Zia […]
“Respect and love people who have less than you…” – Shabnam Palesa Mohamed We had the opportunity of interviewing Shabnam at the Durban Center for Fine Arts – bountiful place! Shabnam’s interview is so rich and authentic. We find out who the love of her life is? A real activist, change maker & passionate about […]
“To me, what I am most grateful for is family. It’s all about my family and sharing the most valuable moments with them” – Mehboob Bawa This interview was one of the most inspiring, joyful and tearful ones. Mixed emotions of gratitude, love and sadness. We saw a side of Mehboob that most people usually […]
” With everything you are given you have to give it your best. No matter how minuscule it may be… even if you don’t like it… you have to do it at your best. “ – Iman Malaka describing the type of work ethic required for success. Descriptive. Caring. Headstrong. In this podcast we introduce […]
“I wanted to be a cricket commentator and follow the Pakistani cricket team around the world” – Fatima Asmal Obviously that didn’t pan out because Allah had better and more rewarding plans for Fatima Asmal – Alhamdullillah. It was really great to meet her. We have been in contact for about 10+ years but seeing […]
Aslam Cassiem (Moulana, Public Representative, Councillor) tells us why he became a Public Representative? Enjoy this snippet. The full episode will be published on Friday, 14th April 2017. AccidentalMuslims.com is self funded and a community one – so please share this episode – the more reach, the more impact.
We recently visited Saaleha’s home in Johannesburg. She recited a beautiful poem for us. Yes, she wrote it. “I cannot eat dates without wondering” – Enjoy! Full episode will be published in Season 2 – after Ramadaan. iA! AccidentalMuslims.com is self funded and a community one – so please share this episode – the more […]
On Tuesday, 28th March 2017, we will be interviewing Khadija Patel (Editor-in-Chief of the Mail&Guardian) in Johannesburg, Inshallah! Here are Zaheer’s questions to Khadija. Do you have any? Please email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org AccidentalMuslims.com is self funded and a community one – so please share this episode – the more reach, the more […]
Today we interview Siedd – YouTube sensation, Canadian based Islamic Songwriter and Singer. Siedd’s popularity has taken the humble, enthusiastic artist by surprise, he told CBC, but he thinks people are responding to his work because of it’s positive, faith-based, message. “It’s just that some of the mainstream music … it’s very vulgar,” he said. […]
“My family was like my sword trying to battle the cancer” – Kauthar Roomaney This brave, young and beautiful (inside and out) young woman was so inspiring. She speaks about her cancer experience throughout the episode. Her lowest moment was when her mother took her to the hairdresser to cut her hair. Instead of cutting […]
A traveller seeking shade. “I did not get into business to be a billionaire, but rather to feed my family” – Yusuf ibn Saleh Mohamed relating his late fathers vision for success. In this podcast Yusuf opened up to us about how his love for doing things for the sake of pleasing the Almighty has […]
Moulana Irshaad Sedick tells us about being an “AccidentalMoulana” and why “I’tikaaf” is so special for him and you. We learn why we pay “Fitrah” and we find out what his favourite Ramadaan snack is. Clue: you need to eat it with dip! Enjoy! AccidentalMuslims.com is self funded and a community one – so please […]
” Sometimes we want things to come our way but you need to create what you want… success and achievement are not going to fall into your lap by accident. You must go grab it & want it.” – Aslam Cassiem on the shift in mindset needed to excel and make a difference. In this […]
Nouman Ali Khan summarizes the Quran in 1 Sentence – listen to his view – simply amazing! Enjoy! AccidentalMuslims.com is self funded and a community one – so please share this episode – the more reach, the more impact. Disclaimer: The views/opinions expressed on this podcast are those of our guests and may be different […]
“When I stood on the tarmac it was like the aeroplane was calling my name, saying ‘Fatima come fly me’. – Fatima Jakoet What an amazing woman! Fatima is energetic and full of passion. She speaks about her journey in becoming a pilot and who her mentors are. Why and what is Sakhikamva Foundation all […]