Dr Hathout discusses how we should not have defensive campaigns but should be involved with our communities to represent Islam.
Highlighting the Muslim Public Affairs Council researh paper on women in Islam.
How to react to hate speech.
In an effort to combat terrorism, Dr. Hathout explains how to deal with animosity without the use of violence.
Dr. Hathout highlights the opportunities and the challenges, both internally and externally, of the American Muslim community.
Challenging the so-called experts in the media who misinterpret verses in the Quran and claim Islam promotes terrorism.
Dr. Hathout explains the purpose of Zakat.
By using verses from the Quran and examples from the Prophet’s life, Dr. Hathout discusses the importance of Muslim involvement in government and community affairs.
Dr. Hathout explains how the motor of Islam (the belief in one God, mercy and compassion) must be prevalent in Muslims if Islam is to progress.
Dr. Hathout briefly discusses the importance of voting.
The danger of Islam becoming irrelevant in today’s times.
How the short documentary Fitna is spreading fear into our society.
Using the example of the production of the documentary “Obsession,” Dr. Hathout discusses the impact of Islamophobia on our democracy and pluralism.
Setting the record straight: the other side of the story.
The growing protest of building mosques around the world.
Relaying the message of Islam to Muslims and non-Muslims using the examples of the Prophet Muhammad.
A brief description of Sharia and its purpose.
Dr. Hathout discusses the family life of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ and his responsibilities at home.
What have we learned from the Arab Spring and the Egyptian Revolution? Can people initiate change? Dr. Hathout explores the many issues affecting the Ummah including Islamists, counter revolutionists, and conspiracy theories.