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Amongst the Madrassas of Alim-Ka | Abdul Rahman Chao

Mahin, SIM and Sh. Amir talk to Shaykh Chao about his childhood experiences in a traditional Indo-Pak madrassa. Shaykh Chao is a Houston based speaker and a Halal Chinese food enthusiast. Master of Theological Studies – Christian Studies, Literary Theology,... Read More
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Social Intrapreneurship | Heba Ansari

Mahin, Summer and Sh. Amir talk to Heba Ansari about Social Intrapreneurship. Heba works at a global strategy firm and as a World Economic Forum Global Shaper. TEDx describes her as someone who’s “passion lies... Read More
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The First American Jihadi | Ismail Royer

Fresh out of a 14-year prison stint, Ismail Royer reveals everything that happened from his endeavors in the Bosnian war, Pakistani training camps, incarcerated life, the Anwar Al-Awlaki Saga, how he spends his days now... Read More
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The Backpacking Scholar | Mustafa Umar

Mahin, SIM and Shayk Amir talk to Mustafa Umar of the Islamic Institute of Orange County and the California Islamic University. ========================================= Shaykh Mustafa Umar was born and raised in Orange County, California. He completed... Read More
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Islam by Touch | Nadir Thabatah

Mahin and SIM talk to Nadir Thabatah about how he and his wife brought the first English Translation of the Qur’an in a Braille format, we also talk about hip hop, super salafies, SJW’s and much... Read More

From the Blog

Break the Echo Chamber

written by  SIM Were you shocked that so many people supported the Trump presidency? Do you find yourself pushing away people with differing perspectives? Finding your newsfeed a bit predictable? This could be happening because…

Truth: Between Conviction & Delusion

written by: Mohamed Ghilan (Guest Contributor from MohamedGhilan.com) This article appeared originally in Al Madina Institute’s Blog and was expressly authorized by the author for publication on The Mad Mamluks. In his autobiography Deliverance from Error (Al-Munqidh…

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