Friday Khutba: 1990 - 1999

The Changing World and its Ailments
Dr. Maher Hathout
Date: January 5th, 1990
Time: 22 minutes 32 seconds

The West, the East, and South Africa.

The Changing World
Dr. Maher Hathout
Date: January 12th, 1990
Time: 21 minutes 36 seconds

Continued from last week. The deliberate effort to prevent the winds of change in Muslim dominated countries: Azerbaijan, Afghanistan, Bulgaria, and Palestine.

Ramadan & Self-Enhancement
Dr. Maher Hathout
Date: March 2nd, 1991
Time: 21 minutes 56 seconds

Holding oneself accountable before the Day of Judgment.

The Quran and the Transformation of the Ummah
Dr. Maher Hathout
Date: March 3rd, 1991
Time: 25 minutes 17 seconds

How the Quran changed the lives of the Ummah after the revelation and how to change the Ummah today.

Hijra and the Unique Ummah
Dr. Maher Hathout
Date: July 5th, 1991
Time: 20 minutes 46 seconds

The uniqueness of the Muslim experience, messenger, and scripture.

Difficult Times
Dr. Maher Hathout
Date: November 6th, 1992
Time: 26 minutes 6 seconds

The four dangerous reactions of the Muslim community during difficult times.

Mother’s Day
Dr. Maher Hathout
Date: May 7th, 1993
Time: 26 minutes 6 seconds

The Islamic concept of motherhood.

Future of Islam
Dr. Maher Hathout
Date: July 2nd, 1993
Time: 22 minutes 21 seconds

Getting through the darkness of Islam’s days to come.

Losing Our Young Muslims
Dr. Maher Hathout
Date: October 1st, 1993
Time: 28 minutes 8 seconds

Why our young Muslims are looking outside of Islam for guidance and the early signs to look for.

Era of Jahiliyya (Ignorance)
Dr. Maher Hathout
Date: September 2nd, 1994
Time: 25 minutes 22 seconds

Jahiliyya is not just a lack of knowledge but also represented a culture contrary to the teaching of Islam. Liberating the human mind.

Hardship and Remembering Allah
Dr. Maher Hathout
Date: March 14th, 1997
Time: 21 minutes 35 seconds

Remembering God in difficult times and not forgetting Him during good times.

Dr. Maher Hathout
Date: April 2nd, 1999
Time: 25 minutes 50 seconds

Dr. Hathout discusses the tragic situation in Kosovo.