“Allah does not burden a soul beyond that it can bear…” (Qur’an, 2:286). A Video that will comfort your soul, In-sha-Allah.
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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 […]
“Your Facebook likes does not translate to cash flow” – Naadiya Moosajee on her proud failure story in launching a fashion brand/company. The full episode will published on Friday 9th December. AccidentalMuslims.com is self funded and a community one – so please share this episode – the more reach, the more impact.
Part 1 only. “You should work so hard until your eyeballs bleed!” Jamaaludeen shares his insights for reaching your goals as mentioned by Gary Vaynerchuk In this podcast Jamaludeen’s life journey and wealth of experience illuminates the wandering soul and captivates us with his stirring perspective on how purpose can be achieved by understanding the […]
” Most people assume challenge is a regression in life. I believe life cannot progress without challenges. ” – Noha Essop
“I believe anybody can do anything. Charity is small bits that we do every single day – it doesn’t have to be anything huge.” Zaheerah Bham-Ismail You are so going to enjoy this episode. Zaheerah was genuine, inspiring and she went deep!!! Her advice to the youth: “Stay grounded.” Living in the age of the digital […]
“Living as a Muslim is a good life. You live in good boundaries. You don’t harm others and you take care of others…” – Issa Lopez Issa Lopez was really interesting. Born in Grenada, Spain and then grew up in Mexico. Travelled to England to learn English and then fell in love with Cape Town. […]
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 […]
“Routine works well when there is flexibility. Quiet time in the evening before bed for kids are essential” – Fatima Osman “I made a decision to become a Baby Love Consultant as I can help others, as I know that there are a lot of parents out there such as first time mums/parents as well […]
Nouman Ali Khan explains his hierarchy of pursuits in life: Pursuit of Happiness Pursuit of Cool Pursuit of Popularity Pursuit of Prestige Pursuit of Money Pursuit of Excellence Pursuit of Impact Never get stuck in any of the bottom five levels. Don’t wait for results; don’t let them become the sole thing that propels you […]
“I became an Aalim at the age of 17 years old – I still didn’t understand life.” – Sandile Twala The Shaykh starts with a beautiful story about his mother and explains what Islam is really about. His experience at a Darool Uloom and the challenges faced staying in the rural areas of South Africa. […]
“Rightfully, as a Muslim community we are extremely obsessive about eating halaal and that is important. However from an investment or financial product consumption perspective, we unfortunately not at that level yet.” – Saliegh Salaam This interview with Saliegh was fascinating. We were glued to our seats and wanted more. In fact our community poured […]
“I would hop around and make up a lot of stories in my head when I was a kid.” – Shubnum Khan Shubnum stuck out like a “sore thumb” in school already. She speaks about her school life and University, as well as taking us through her process of writing her first book called “Onion […]
Thank you for listening to AccidentalMuslims.com this Ramadaan. We hope we made a small difference in this month. May ALLAH accept our good deeds, Insha-Allah! EID MUBARAK! Have a quick listen to Nouman Ali Khan on the importance of the Quran in our lives. Enjoy! AccidentalMuslims.com is self funded and a community one – so […]
“Don’t be naive!” – Mohammed Dalwai on pitching to potential investors The full episode will published on Friday 18th November. AccidentalMuslims.com is self funded and a community one – so please share this episode – the more reach, the more impact.
We went to visit Shaykh Kashif Damon’s home in Belhar, Cape Town, for this episode of Ramadaan, with Love. This amazing servant of ALLAH, with a real passion for the Quran, inspired us and told us what he tells his children. “Value yourself the way ALLAH values you!” Enjoy! AccidentalMuslims.com is self funded and a […]
“Don’t take life too seriously. You don’t need to figure things out right away. Figure things out along the way…“ –Naadiya Moosajee In this podcast Naadiya tells us about how she started a NPO first and then pivoted it to a very successful global business. How she handles the World Economic Forum Q&A and the […]
Originally published by Bayyinah Institute. Surah Al-Qadr is entirely dedicated to Laylatul Qadr, the most noble of nights during the month of Ramadan when the Quran was first revealed. In this episode, Ustadh Nouman teaches us the nuances of the phrase “laylatul qadr” in Arabic, which combines the meanings of night of “decree”, “honor” and […]
We went to visit Shaykh Ishmael Gqamane in Gugulethu, Cape Town for this episode of Ramadaan, with Love. This humble man has been serving his community for over 20 years and completed his Bachelors in Islamic Law (Shariah) at Madinah Islamic University in 1997. Enjoy! AccidentalMuslims.com is self funded and a community one – so […]
Part 2 – if you missed Part 1 – listen here “You should work so hard until your eyeballs bleed!” Jamaaludeen shares his insights for reaching your goals as mentioned by Gary Vaynerchuk In this podcast Jamaludeen’s life journey and wealth of experience illuminates the wandering soul and captivates us with his stirring perspective on […]
“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 […]