Creating a United Front Against Terrorism

Dr. Maher Hathout Date: 2013 Time: 47 minutes 54 seconds

Dr. Hathout discusses the difference between the ‘religion of God’ (what God intended for people to follow) and the ‘religion of people’ (tribal mentality). Is the ‘religion of people’ threatening democracy in America?

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How Did the Prophet (PBUH) Lead?

Dr. Maher Hathout Date: 2013 Time: 16 minutes 43 seconds

What are the components of leadership? Using examples from the leadership of the Prophet Muhammad, Dr. Hathout explores six components required for effective leadership, as well as the traits that can lead to failure. The six components discussed are:

  • Service
  • Vision
  • Strategy
  • Team Building
  • Pioneering
  • Style

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Civic Engagement from an Islamic Perspective

Dr. Maher Hathout Date: 2009 Time: 50 minutes 17 seconds

What are the goals of Muslim youth? What do they want to acheive? Dr. Hathout demonstrates how other persecuted groups in the history of America rose to become powerful lobbyists and how Muslims should have the same goals. Followed by Q&A.

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Leadership and the Movement

Dr. Maher Hathout Date: 2002 Time: 56 minutes 56 seconds

Who and what are we working for? What makes a movement undefeatable? The importance of building a movement: the obstacles, goals, and how to work together to acheive the goals. Followed by Q&A.

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Laws of War & Peace

Dr. Maher Hathout Time: 8 minutes 3 seconds

In recent times, it has become commonplace to blame Islam for acts of terror. In this presentation, Dr. Hathouth explains how Muslims and non-Muslims have twisted verses in the Quran pertaining to the laws of war and peace, as well as the rules of engagement in the battlefield. How does the Quran promote peace rather than war? Verses in the Quran will be analyzed. Followed by Q&A.

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Fighting Terrorism and Hate Crimes

Dr. Maher Hathout Date: 2002 Time: 10 minutes 29 seconds

The role of the Muslim community after 9/11. Dr. Hathout presents a three-point grassroots action plan to fight terrorism and hate crime.

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