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Alhamdulillah, Victorian Muslimah has successfully added English subtitles to this video, which is adapted from the video first uploaded by NAKcollection’s Youtube Channel. Its original form has been put together by the Islamic Institute of Orange County (IIOC), at Masjid Omar Al Farouk, Anaheim, California, USA. Jazakallahu khair for everyone who contributed to the making of the original video.
Entitled, “Bad Trendsetters”, this thought-provoking lecture is by the highly-intellectual and articulate brother Nouman Ali Khan. May Allah reward him for his brilliant efforts, masha Allah! His style of lecture is quite commendable, his anologies and comparisons made to today’s lifestyle is usually “spot on”! His reminders may drive some up the wall, but it is totally neccessary to teach many of today’s (culture-based) Muslims who may have been brought up in a wrong way or two. Everyone needs to be reminded constantly that Islam is such a beautiful, simple yet complete religion and way of life. It is perhaps time to shake off those terrible traditions and cultures that one may have been burdened with all one’s life!
Brother Nouman Ali’s approachable manner and speech is especially appealing for today’s youth, but it is agreeable enough for Muslim adults of all other ages too.
Now with subtitles, this video is specially dedicated to those who are hearing-impaired, who are new to English, new to Islam or just wanting English subtitles to learn better and more effectively, insha Allah.
The original full-length video has been split into FOUR parts, and alhamdulillah, all four parts have been successfully uploaded!
This is the second lecture of brother Nouman Ali that Victorian Muslimah has captioned, the first one being “Controlling Anger”…
(last updated: DEC 31, 2011)