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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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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
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 we invite Berak Hussain back on the podcast to speak on a topic she feels passionately about - domestic abuse. Berak is a Canadian psychotherapist and counsellor, who does a lot of advocacy for mental health awareness. Our host Salim joins her in this discussion, tackling the taboo that is all too prevalent around the topic, touching on the difference between domestic abuse and domestic violence, the signs to look out for, gaslighting, and several other topics. Along with identifying the flags to watch for in your own relationships, as well as others, Berak gives some pointers on what one can do to help when they suspect a loved one is caught in an abusive situation. As she rightfully points out, it is part of our Islamic responsibility to help and support victims of domestic abuse, and having these conversations is a vital first step. -- Related Episodes: Our last podcast with Berak Hussain on Mental Health: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/episodes/Ep-88---Managing-Mental-Health-Amid-A-Pandemic-ft--Berak-Hussain-ecm9go Our podcast with Lisa Vogl on surviving domestic violence: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/episodes/Ep-43---Lisa-Vogl-Talks-About-Surviving-Domestic-Violence-And-Being-An-Entrepreneur-e3f4gk -- Follow us and tune in the next time we're live on Instagram @themuslimvibe 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
 In this week's podcast, our host Salim talks to Sheikh Javad once again, this time on the topic of self-awareness. The conversation meanders along through several topics, with some of the points discussed being mindfulness, the separation of one's thoughts from one's self, and the parallels between behavioural science and spirituality. Sheikh Javad gives us a new perspective to the fasting we undertake, showing us how it develops our self-control, aiding us in breaking detrimental habits and creating beneficial ones. The discussion then comes to an end with a consideration of addictions and how we can overcome them, with particular insight to what makes them so addicting. -- If you would like to help support us at The Muslim Vibe, you can do so by visiting this link: https://themuslimvibe.com/support.   We always look forward to your feedback! Get in touch at salim@themuslimvibe.com. Our last podcast with Sheikh Javad can be found here: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/episodes/Ep-77---How-To-Have-Honest-Faith-ft--Sheikh-Javad-Shomali-eae5oa Enjoying the podcast? Let us know by giving us 5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Subscribe to our new YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCERPDGgDXa0tuRcZgeVJGJA   To continue the conversation, join our Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Once again, our host Salim speaks to Sheikh Alihusain Datoo, as this week they speak on the topic of Ramadan. As we know, the month of Ramadan brings with it many blessings, but as we discuss, this is just the tip of the iceberg. The conversation highlights ways that we can capitalise on the goodness of the month, and ultimately maximise our spiritual development. This is the best time to seek nearness to Allah(SWT) and the Qur'an, and over the course of the discussion, Sheikh Alihusain Datoo shares with us the best ways to do so. -- You can listen to our most recent podcast with Sheikh Ali Hussein Datoo here: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/episodes/Ep-74---Prophet-Muhammad-in-the-21st-Century-e8tm71 Support our Ramadhan campaign! http://www.launchgood.com/TMVSyriaAppeal If you would like to help support us at The Muslim Vibe, you can do so by visiting this link: https://themuslimvibe.com/support.  Subscribe to our new YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCERPDGgDXa0tuRcZgeVJGJA  To continue the conversation, join our Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Ramadhan Mubarak! This week our host Salim speaks to Iqbal Nasim of the National Zakat Foundation.  It tends to be one of the topics that isn't explored all that much, but in this week's conversation, Salim and Iqbal take a much deeper look at Zakat and how it affects our society. They look at its importance in Islam and impact on the local communities, with Iqbal sharing some of his stronger opinions on the topic, and his reasoning for why.  As he explains his logic and thinking around his approach to Zakat, this discussion leaves us wondering why we didn't share his point of view from the start.  -- Support our Ramadhan campaign! http://www.launchgood.com/TMVSyriaAppeal If you would like to help support us at The Muslim Vibe, you can do so by visiting this link: https://themuslimvibe.com/support. Subscribe to our new YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCERPDGgDXa0tuRcZgeVJGJA To continue the conversation, join our Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Our host Salim is once again joined by Maryam of Nurturing Learners as they discuss homeschooling in the context of quarantine. Maryam, being well experienced with the challenges that homeschooling presents, offers some tips and advice for parents who have been thrown into the deep end in light of the pandemic. She places great emphasis on prioritising how your children feel during such stressful times, suggesting small ways to help them feel safe. The discussion offers advice for parents who may be feeling rather unequipped, facing this new responsibility that's been placed upon them. As it winds down, the conversation provides some answers to some of the questions that seem to never end, leaving us a bit more prepared for the challenge that is homeschool. -- Support our Ramadhan campaign! www.launchgood.com/TMVSyriaAppeal To listen to our last podcast with Maryam, visit https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/episodes/Ep-78---Should-more-Muslim-parents-consider-home-schooling-eaj7qs You can find Maryam at https://nurturinglearners.co.uk/ or on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/nurturing.learners/ If you would like to help support us at The Muslim Vibe, you can do so by visiting this link: https://themuslimvibe.com/support. Enjoying the podcast? Give us a 5-star rating ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐! To continue the conversation, join our Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
This week The Muslim Vibe has partnered with Britsh Muslim TV for today's podcast. Our host Salim speaks to Adeem Younis of singlemuslim.com about online dating in the Muslim community. A trip down memory lane walks us through the story behind singlemuslim.com, taking us through the journey of how an office above a pizza shop turned into a well-known platform with thousands of users. The platform has seen a surge in the number of users as lockdown measures have been put into place, prompting Salim and Adeem to ask one question - why? They speculate over what the reasons could be, discussing how the pandemic has affected how people get to know each other, and whether conversing online can truly substitute meeting face-to-face. The conversation winds down with some important considerations for those looking to online platforms such as singlemuslim.com,  with particular regard to the current unstable times we are all faced with. __  If you would like to help support us at The Muslim Vibe, please visit https://themuslimvibe.com/support. Enjoying the podcast? Give us a 5-star rating ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐! To continue the conversation, join our Facebook group! 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 -- Berak Hussain joins our host Salim on the podcast once again, tackling the topic of mental health. Berak is a Canadian psychotherapist and counsellor, who does a lot of advocacy for mental health awareness. This week they discuss mental health, and the newfound struggles we're facing managing it during this pandemic. They talk about the new difficulties that have arisen and how to manage them, from anxiety and intrusive thoughts to navigating toxic family members in quarantine. This podcast was the first to be recorded live (via Instagram Live) allowing us to answer some of your questions, with Berak giving some tips and practical advice on how we can all keep our heads on straight during these tough times. -- Follow us and tune in the next time we're live on Instagram @themuslimvibe 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
This week Salim is once again joined by Husam as they broach the topic of modest fashion in their conversation with Hafsa Lodi. Hafsa's book 'Modesty: A Fashion Paradox' explores the growing industry that is modest fashion, getting insights from some of the biggest players. This week's podcast extends the conversation, as we tackle the divorce of Islam from modest fashion, watching how the trends shift over time. We also look at the role visibly Muslim fashion bloggers play in our communities, how their platform inevitably makes them role models, and whether they should be placed on that pedestal. The discussion then moves to hijab and modesty, and women's choice around it, as the conversation comes to an end. -- If you'd like to help support us here at TMV, visit https://themuslimvibe.com/support Join our FaceBook group to continue the conversation: https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share  Hafsa's book can be found on Kindle and Amazon at https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1911107267/ To listen to the podcast with Hussein Kesvani, visit https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/episodes/Ep-83---Psychedelic-drugs--trolls-and-internet-subcultures-ft--Hussein-Kesvani-ebhfs6 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT: www.themuslimvibe.com/support  We're looking for 500 people of our audience to give just £10 per month to help support TMV! Please consider being one of those amazing individuals :)  ---- On this podcast, Salim is joined by Muhbeen Hussain, the founder of Rotherham-based organization British Muslim Youth. They discuss how the organisation came into existence and what it stands for. They also talk more broadly about the notion of young being being engaged in politics and activism and where to find the balance between engaging with government and shouting from the outside. They also discuss the town of Rotherham and the historic abuse cases that have taken place in the town, the impact that has had on the local Muslim community and their response. Muhbeen goes into details about the Rotherham 12 Defence Campaign, involving 12 Muslim men in Rotherham arrested for defending their community - listen to hear the full story!  ---- You can find British Muslim Youth on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/britishmuslimy and Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/BritishMuslimYouth/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Salim is joined by Sheikh Jaffer Ladak as they look at the cataclysmic shift in all our lives that coronavirus has brought about. They explore the shifts in government policy and the lessons we must learn as humanity from this global pandemic. Also importantly, looking at Quranic lessons and shifting the discourse away from the next 6 months towards longer-term reforms that we as a society need to implement. They also discuss the holy month of Ramadan and how we can still maximise benefit in the holy month in isolation.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Salim (from self-isolation) and Husam are joined by Dr Adam Ali, a long-time friend of The Muslim Vibe as they discuss Coronavirus. The topic needs no introduction, a virus that has led to a global pandemic. We hear a bit more about it from Dr Adam and his experiences working with Public Health England to screen passengers entering from high-risk countries into the UK through Heathrow Airport. They discuss self-isolation, some conspiracy theories involving bats and more.  Here are links to things discussed in the podcast:  NHS officials told me Muslim households are particularly vulnerable to coronavirus – it’s important to understand why: https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/coronavirus-muslim-mosque-closure-prayer-nhs-a9411936.html Why fighting the coronavirus depends on you (video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSQztKXR6k0 Coronavirus - The Korean clusters: https://graphics.reuters.com/CHINA-HEALTH-SOUTHKOREA-CLUSTERS/0100B5G33SB/index.html --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
This week our host Salim is joined by Naed, our chief intern, as they speak to Hussein Kesvani, author of Follow Me Akhi. His book broaches the topics of how Islam has been affected by the Internet and the communities formed there, and they explore these topics further as the conversation progresses. We hear about some of Hussein's topics that didn't quite make it into the book, from psychedelic drugs to sectarianism. The discussion then winds to a close with a commentary on the evolution of the Internet's subcultures over time. -- Purchase  Hussein's book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Follow-Me-Akhi-British-Muslims/dp/1787381250  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
This week our host Salim is once again joined by Husam as they talk to Rimla Akhtar, Football Association Counsellor and Rugby League board member. They talk about her journey into the world of sport, touching on the barriers that tend to limit women and people of colour from full-time careers in sports. The discussion moves to focus on external barriers as they broach the topic of the 2007 FIFA hijab ban (and subsequent sports bans) that deeply impacted hijab-wearing women in the space of professional sports. Rimla, being the first visibly Muslim woman on the Football Association Council, talks about the importance of prioritising diversity and inclusion in the area of sports, ending with heartfelt encouragement for minorities to push through unapologetically, making space in sports for themselves and others. -- To continue the discussion, join our Facebook group:   https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share Follow us on social media @themuslimvibe   --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/message
Join our new podcast Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/ ... This week Salim is once again joined by Husam as they speak to YouTuber and Muslim Personality Baba Ali. The conversation begins far along memory lane, in 2006, as Ali shares just how he got into making videos and becoming Baba Ali. The discussion reveals that YouTube was just the first domino to fall, triggering opportunity after opportunity — opening the doors to comedy, public speaking and many other avenues. As we start to catch up to the present, Ali recounts his successes and failures to date, including his online matchmaking website Half Our Deen, allowing us, after all these years, to learn what ever did happen to Baba Ali. — Want to extend the conversation? Join our new Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/tmvpodcast/?ref=share To listen to the podcast we did with Hoda Abrahim, visit: https://anchor.fm/themuslimvibe/episodes/Ep-76---Are-Muslim-Swipe-Dating-Apps-a-Thing-of-the-Past-ea98cb Subscribe to our YouTube channel if you haven’t already: https://m.youtube.com/user/themuslimvibe --- 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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