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TMV Podcast, brought to you by The Muslim Vibe is a weekly podcast where we speak to influential and inspiring Muslims across the world. Hosted by the TMV team, the podcast delves deep into the issues affecting Western Muslims and much more!
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A short clip from episode 111 entitled "The Blueprint for Masculinity", Sayed Hussain Makke shares a story of the advice he gave to a young man who came to him with problems dealing with anxiety.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Please consider supporting us here at The Muslim Vibe, just £10 per month would go such a long way: https://themuslimvibe.com/support -- With the Universe being as unfathomably vast as it is, it seems impossible that Earth is the only planet that contains life. It just may be, however, that Islam has already confirmed the existence of extraterrestrial life. Here's what the Qu'ran and hadith say about aliens.   -- Read the full article here: https://themuslimvibe.com/faith-islam/science/what-does-islam-say-about-aliens-a-look-at-quranic-verses-and-hadith --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Please consider supporting us here at The Muslim Vibe, just £10 per month would go such a long way: https://themuslimvibe.com/support -- In the aftermath of the election, TMV hosted a roundtable discussion with American-Muslim activists on the role Muslims played in this election, whether or not we can trust the new administration and where American-Muslims go from here. -- Get in touch with us and share your thoughts! You can reach us at salim@themuslimvibe.com  Enjoying the podcast? Subscribe and let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  Join our Facebook group to continue the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Link to purchase the book discussed in this podcast (King Warrior Magician Lover by Robert Moore and Douglas Gillette): https://amzn.to/2Kosnc7  --  This week Salim speaks to Sayed Hussain on his new mentorship program and on masculinity in general. The mentorship program, named the "Spiritual Warrior Program", is built around the idea of teaching men how to be men. Hussain justifies the need for such a program by explaining the masculinity crisis and its rippling effects. He introduces us to the archetypes of masculinity: king, magician, warrior and lover, and their shadow forms, detailing their characteristics and core aspects. Armed to the teeth with pop culture references, Hussain breaks this all down for us, leaving us with a blueprint for rebuilding masculinity. Find out more about the Spiritual Warrior Program here: https://instagram.com/spiritualwarriorprogram  --  Want to hear more? Listen to our podcast with Hussain on unifying your will with that of Allah: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/episodes/Ep-102---Unifying-your-will-with-the-will-of-Allah-ft--Sayed-Hussain-Makke-ei4si0 Get in touch with us and share your thoughts! You can reach us at salim@themuslimvibe.com Enjoying the podcast? Subscribe and let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Join our Facebook group to continue the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Please consider supporting us here at The Muslim Vibe, just £10 per month would go such a long way: https://themuslimvibe.com/support -- This week our host Salim invites Dr Wafaa Eltantwy and Habeeb Akande to speak about sex and intimacy in Islam. They talk about the perception of sex in Muslim communities, looking at the existing taboo and the harm it perpetuates, and where it originated. Habeeb and Dr Wafaa both stress the importance of sex education, how it's lacking, and how important it is to address it. They highlight some of the things that we, as a community, are doing wrong, and how these contribute to a detrimental cycle that only hurts us in the long run. The conversation touches on Habeeb's book 'A Taste of Honey', the perceived separation between sensuality and spirituality, and the paramountcy of communication,  opening the door on this all-too-important topic and taking those first steps towards shedding the taboo. Dr Wafaa is a gynaecologist, counsellor and therapist. She is an expert in psychosexual & relationship therapy, whilst also being a GMC licensed medical doctor with extensive clinical experience in sexual medicine. Habeeb Akande is an alumnus of Al Azhar University in Cairo. He is a British-born writer, sex educator and historian of Nigerian descent. He is also the author of A Taste of Honey, which looks at Sexuality and erotology in Islam, amongst several other books around this subject matter.  -- The Muslim Vibe has launched a new podcast! We have partnered with Nabil Abdulrashid to bring you the I Am Not Your Bilal Podcast, exploring and discussing the Black Muslim experience with a range of guests. Subscribe here: https://anchor.fm/iamnotyourbilal. Enjoying the podcast? Subscribe and let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Join our Facebook group to continue the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Please consider supporting us here at The Muslim Vibe, just £10 per month would go such a long way: https://themuslimvibe.com/support -- This week our host Salim invites on five guests for a roundtable talk, this time to discuss Black History Month. He invites sisters Hafsa and Naima, and brothers Hamza, Hashim and Ibrahim to share their experiences of being both Black and Muslim. They discuss the idea of the "Black Muslim" identity, where it started and where it's headed, how it's transformed over time. Drawing from this, they look at the "Black Muslim" narrative and how, despite it's rising popularity, it remains underrepresented, and the impact that this has. They look at this identity, sharing what it means for each of them, sharing their personal experiences and how they each "came in" to this identity, and what its come to mean for them. The conversation winds to a close as they discuss the default experiences that come part and parcel with being black and Muslim, what they mean, and what the takeaway should be. -- Want to hear more? Listen to our podcast with Naima on the Black Muslim Festival here: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/episodes/Ep-105---Black-Muslim-Festival-ekk4ho  Get in touch with us and share your thoughts! You can reach us at salim@themuslimvibe.com  Enjoying the podcast? Subscribe and let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  Join our Facebook group to continue the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Please consider supporting us here at The Muslim Vibe, just £10 per month would go such a long way: https://themuslimvibe.com/support -- This week our host Salim speaks to Sahar Al-Faifi, who describes herself as a "molecular biologist by training and an activist by passion". Sahar is running to be a Plaid Cymru Senedd Member - a member of the Welsh parliament - and in this discussion, we gain some more insight into her reasons and motivations, as well as some of her thoughts and beliefs. She speaks on institutionalised Islamophobia and its effects, how it trickles down into the daily norm, the normalised toxicity of politics, the harmful rhetoric that is more and more widespread, and how being visibly Muslim and wearing the niqab plays into her political and personal identity. Should she be successful, she would be the first niqabi member of a European parliament, and in this conversation she shares why this is long overdue. As she explains, struggle is a catalyst in crossing these boundaries, and now is more paramount a time than ever to rise up and be heard. -- Get in touch with us and share your thoughts! You can reach us at salim@themuslimvibe.com Enjoying the podcast? Subscribe and let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Join our Facebook group to continue the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Please consider supporting us here at The Muslim Vibe, just £10 per month would go such a long way: https://themuslimvibe.com/support -- This week, Salim shares the mic with Rukshana as they co-host this episode of the TMV podcast. They speak to Dr Suriyah Bi, PhD, on the topic of equality, but from a new perspective. Dr Bi does share her stories on how she has been personally affected by discrimination, but she also shares with us the facts on the gap Muslims are trying to bridge from an academic point of view. Combining her life experiences with her line of research, Suriyah delves into the topic of inequality, touching on social mobility, islamophobia, positive discrimination and more. The discussion addresses how the minority communities play their roles as well, as Suriyah speaks on how she's found more support externally, and how she's, witnessed in some instances, a mentality that does not value education for women. The conversation takes us through many twists and turns as they begin to unpack the heavy subject that is equality and diversity, or a lack of, thereof. -- Want to hear more from Dr Suriyah? Let us know, or share other thoughts and ideas at editor@themuslimvibe.com . The Muslim Vibe has launched a new podcast! We have partnered with Nabil Abdulrashid to bring you the I Am Not Your Bilal Podcast, exploring and discussing the Black Muslim experience with a range of guests. Subscribe here: https://anchor.fm/iamnotyourbilal. Enjoying the podcast? Subscribe and let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Join our Facebook group to continue the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Subscribe to the I Am Not Your Bilal podcast here: www.anchor.fm/IAmNotYourBilal --- After a bit of a hiatus, Nabil Abdulrashid and Salim Kassam are back! As you may have seen over the last few months, Nabil has been on Britain's Got Talent and after getting a golden buzzer from Alesha Dixon for his first audition, he had the judges in hysterics with his semi-final set. They put him through to the final which is taking place on Saturday 10th October 2020 at 7:30pm. Make sure you tune in and download the Britain's Got Talent app (links below) to be able to vote for Nabil! --- Download on iOS App Store (Apple): http://bit.ly/BGTApple Download from the Play store (Android): http://bit.ly/BGTAndroid --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Please consider supporting us here at The Muslim Vibe, just £10 per month would go such a long way: https://themuslimvibe.com/support  -- This week our host Salim invites Naima, Hafsa, Nabil, and LaYinka onto the podcast to discuss the Black Muslim Festival. The festival, held virtually for all of October, was started by Naima B Robert in the wake of the upsurge that the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement has seen over the summer. The idea has been to invite guests from all backgrounds, from poetry to comedy to entrepreneurship, to come together in this festival to celebrate Black Muslims. Our guests discuss this topic in the context of the BLM movement, touching on what it means to celebrate our identity and why it’s important to do so. The conversation also addresses the All Lives Matter (ALM) movement, internalised prejudice, and just the general discomfort that can come from tackling these issues head-on. Our guests invite you to embrace this discomfort, to let it show you areas to focus on within yourself. They encourage everyone to attend some of the events, and hopefully we’ll all be better for it. — To learn more about the Black Muslim Festival, visit https://themuslimvibe.com/western-muslim-culture/upcoming-online-festival-to-celebrate-black-muslim-heritage-for-black-history-month-a-chance-to-learn-celebrate-and-give Want to hear more from Nabil? We have partnered with him to bring you the I Am Not Your Bilal Podcast, exploring and discussing the Black Muslim experience with a range of guests. Subscribe here: https://anchor.fm/iamnotyourbilal. Enjoying the podcast? Subscribe and let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Join our Facebook group to continue the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Please consider supporting us here at The Muslim Vibe, just £10 per month would go such a long way: https://themuslimvibe.com/support -- This week, our host Salim speaks to Fahima, a relationship and life coach. about the realities Muslim women face post-divorce. They discuss the taboo nature of the topic, and how it prevents divorcees from getting the support they need. Fahima draws on her own experience to highlight how our attitudes around divorce need to change, both as a community and as those in such situations. The conversation focuses not only on the impact of divorce on the couple, but on children as well, and how it becomes paramount for the adults to maintain a healthy relationship post-divorce for the sake of the children. As the discussion draws to a close, Salim and Fahima look at the approaches we should take in supporting people going through a divorce, helping them overcome what is often a difficult time in their lives. -- You can find our podcast with Abbas Merali here: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/episodes/Ep-31---The-4-core-reasons-why-marriages-fail-e3f4h1  The Muslim Vibe has launched a new podcast! We have partnered with Nabil Abdulrashid to bring you the I Am Not Your Bilal Podcast, exploring and discussing the Black Muslim experience with a range of guests. Subscribe here: https://anchor.fm/iamnotyourbilal. Enjoying the podcast? Subscribe and let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Join our Facebook group to continue the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Please consider supporting us here at The Muslim Vibe, just £10 per month would go such a long way: https://themuslimvibe.com/support -- This week our host Salim speaks to Sameer Khan, formerly a musician known by the name Sam Khan, about his journey over the last fifteen years. They discuss how he got into music,  the challenges of staying pure in the industry, and why he decided to leave. Sameer shares how connecting with his family helped him in his decision to leave music behind, and the role Bradford played in keeping to the deen. The conversation moves to his own Hijra as they talk about the hows and whys of Sameer's leaving England for Morocco, and how his life has come almost full circle with the introduction of his new YouTube channel. They reflect on the lessons the years have brought, the transformation that has become of it, and how it has made all the difference. -- You can find Sameer's new channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFW41Dthzc4Y4rgK8irwRJA The Muslim Vibe has launched a new podcast! We have partnered with Nabil Abdulrashid to bring you the I Am Not Your Bilal Podcast, exploring and discussing the Black Muslim experience with a range of guests. Subscribe here: https://anchor.fm/iamnotyourbilal. Enjoying the podcast? Subscribe and let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Join our Facebook group to continue the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Please consider supporting us here at The Muslim Vibe, just £10 per month would go such a long way: https://themuslimvibe.com/support -- This week, our host Salim is joined by Sayed Hussain Makke as they get philosophical, talking about our innate nature, the intellect and the love of Allah. They explore the question of how we can unify our will with the will of Allah and much more! -- The Muslim Vibe has launched a new podcast! We have partnered with Nabil Abdulrashid to bring you the I Am Not Your Bilal Podcast, exploring and discussing the Black Muslim experience with a range of guests. Subscribe here: https://anchor.fm/iamnotyourbilal. Enjoying the podcast? Subscribe and let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Join our Facebook group to continue the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Please consider supporting us here at The Muslim Vibe, just £10 per month would go such a long way: https://themuslimvibe.com/support   -- This week, our host Salim speaks to William, a sociologist, about the issues we face on a community level. They dive into an exploration of the notions of "whiteness" and "meta-colonialism", and how they affect every one of us, in every day of our lives. William uses personal anecdotes to highlight how these concepts pervade our society, even today. The conversation then turns to the British establishment and how it has impacted the Muslim communities, commenting on the "don't make waves, make money" narrative and how it shapes our behaviours. Their discussion then winds down, approaching how to combat this system that preys on pushing this "ideal Muslim" model, giving examples of the influential Muslims who do so and how we can too. -- Watch William's robot influencer video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5JdQjfXv3o Want to hear more from William? Check out the videos he's done with TMV: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWTpt9oBp1M https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_U7uBczZWjA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfUSD11vwec https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MD2mah1Gpw4&t=78s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P91KkumjWhk The Muslim Vibe has launched a new podcast! We have partnered with Nabil Abdulrashid to bring you the I Am Not Your Bilal Podcast, exploring and discussing the Black Muslim experience with a range of guests. Subscribe here: https://anchor.fm/iamnotyourbilal. Enjoying the podcast? Subscribe and let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  Join our Facebook group to continue the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Please consider supporting The Muslim Vibe on a monthly basis. Just £10 per month would go such a long way: www.themuslimvibe.com/support -- Our host Salim is joined by Noora on this week's podcast, as they speak to Hana Ali - author and daughter of the legend Muhammad Ali. They speak about her new book "At Home with Muhammad Ali" and how it shines more light on how he was as a father. She shares anecdotes throughout the conversation as they talk about some of the trials and tribulations that Muhammad Ali faced throughout his life, and the morals he upheld. They reflect on his character and the accomplishments he achieved over his life, talking about the role he played in black history in America and what he did for the Muslim community. The conversation then winds down with some more stories, showing and sharing with us a new side of the man that was Muhammad Ali. -- Listen to Hana's audiobook "At Home with Muhammad Ali" here: https://www.audible.com/pd/At-Home-with-Muhammad-Ali-Audiobook/0062969684 Read about how Muhammad Ali freed hostages in Iraq here: https://themuslimvibe.com/daily-viral-videos/remember-the-time-muhammad-ali-met-saddam-hussain-and-freed-15-hostages-video Enjoying the podcast? Subscribe and let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Join our Facebook group to continue the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Please consider supporting The Muslim Vibe on a monthly basis. Just £10 per month would go such a long way: www.themuslimvibe.com/support  --  This week our host Salim speaks to Omar Shahid of the Muslim Influencer Network as they come up on its three year anniversary. They speak about MIN, what they do, and where they hope to go, touching on how they help build up influencers and bridge the gap of understanding between brands and Muslim influencers. The conversation moves towards the responsibilities Muslims face when they enter that digital space, and how it's important to not let it distract from one's faith. They discuss how easy it is to fall for the trap of constantly seeking validation, and highlight the importance of maintaining pure intentions. Coming to a close, they speak on how unchecked this space is, and why that needs to change.  --  Listen to our last podcast with Ibn Ali Miller here: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/episodes/Ep-79---Islam-In-The-Hood-ft--Ibn-Ali-Miller-eas4e5  The Muslim Vibe has launched a new podcast! We have partnered with Nabil Abdulrashid to bring you the I Am Not Your Bilal Podcast, exploring and discussing the Black Muslim experience with a range of guests. Subscribe here: https://anchor.fm/iamnotyourbilal.  Enjoying the podcast? Subscribe and let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  Join our Facebook group to continue the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Please consider supporting The Muslim Vibe on a monthly basis. Just £10 per month would go such a long way: www.themuslimvibe.com/support -- This week our host Salim speaks to Ali, The Soulful Poet, about poetry in the context of Islam. The conversation opens with a series of poems Ali wrote over the course of Ramadhan and quickly moves to talk about the miracle of the poetry that comprises the Qur'an. They draw parallels between poetry and hip-hop, looking at a brief history of music in Islam, and how the Qur'an impacted it. Touching on hip-hop, the discussion delves into why the genre draws the appeal that it does, and putting forth the notion that if we began to look at the Qur'an in a different light, perhaps we would be able to draw more meaning from the words that have been arranged so artfully within it. -- Take a look at Ali's poetry on Instagram @alithesoulfulpoet and on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt9dNDJ6l4NC2EcLAjB3FwA Listen to our podcast with Jae Deen here: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/episodes/Ep-44---Jae-Deen-On-Writing-Out-The-Quran--Muslim-Influencers-and-Deen-Squad-Controversy-e3f4gj The Muslim Vibe has launched a new podcast! We have partnered with Nabil Abdulrashid to bring you the I Am Not Your Bilal Podcast, exploring and discussing the Black Muslim experience with a range of guests. Subscribe here: https://anchor.fm/iamnotyourbilal. Enjoying the podcast? Subscribe and let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Join our Facebook group to continue the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Please consider supporting The Muslim Vibe on a monthly basis. Just £10 per month would go such a long way: www.themuslimvibe.com/support -- This week Salim speaks to Zohra Khaku, Director of the Muslim Youth Helpline. She talks about mental health and the growing struggles that youth are facing, especially now, and how MYH tries to play a role in tackling that. They discuss how the taboo around mental health has weakened over time, and how we can continue to normalise the talking about and getting help for it. Lastly, the conversation moves towards the topic of addiction, with Zohra mentioning how the number of behavioural addiction cases has grown past that or substance addiction over the years. Winding down, they note that ultimately, whilst we must acknowledge the progress we have made in destigmatising mental health, we've still got quite a ways to go. -- To learn more about the Muslim Youth Helpline, visit https://www.myh.org.uk/ Listen to our last podcast with Zohra: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/episodes/Ep-7---Discussing-MuslimsLikeUS-with-Zohra-from-the-show-e3f4hp Enjoying the podcast? Subscribe and let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Join our Facebook group to continue the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
The Muslim Vibe has launched a new podcast! We have partnered with Nabil Abdulrashid to bring you the I Am Not Your Bilal Podcast, exploring and discussing the Black Muslim experience with a range of guests. Subscribe here: https://anchor.fm/iamnotyourbilal. This is the second episode of I Am Not Your Bilal. Nabil and Salim discuss the murder of George Floyd, the Black Lives Matter movement, and how non-Blacks can truly be allies in the Black struggle. You can watch the podcast on the I Am Not Your Bilal Youtube channel: https://youtu.be/i0kS_mPVPLM --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
NOTE: This was recorded a few weeks before the Covid lockdown.  --- Please consider supporting The Muslim Vibe on a monthly basis. Just £10 per month would go such a long way: www.themuslimvibe.com/support  --  This week our host Salim speaks to Fatema Dewji about her life and journey to where she is now, looking at the landmarjs she's passed along the way. Fatema is a motivational speaker, author, and businesswoman, as well as an avid golfer and fitness enthusiast. They discuss her path to success and how there is no secret formula that separates the successful from the unsuccessful, just pure work and determination. As the conversation delves into her personal life, we see she shares the same mentality for dealing with the lows in life- one must simply allow themselves to heal, there s no shortcut to get you there. Further on, Fatema talks about some of the struggles she faced in her career, reflecting on how it never was easy sailing. Ultimately, the discussion leaves us facing the simple truth: to attain anything, you have to put in the work. There is no easy road, there is no secret trick, and there is no shortcut.   --  Fatema's book Storyteller is available to purchase on amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B084VSHYNY/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0 You can listen to Fatema's TEDx talk here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVJrUE53JAw Enjoying the podcast? Let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  Subscribe to our new YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCERPDGgDXa0tuRcZgeVJGJA  Join our Facebook group to keep the conversation going! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
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Mo Ahmed

guys, can we upload audio only podcasts too please?

Nov 25th
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