ibn abee omar

ibn abee omar

Conversations, khutbahs, and reflections focused on faith-based professional development for individuals and organizations. read less

Destination Setting with Imam Suleiman Hani
Oct 21 2021
Destination Setting with Imam Suleiman Hani
This episode covers:Importance of understanding your worldview and how it affects decision makingCan we share an Islamic worldview in the workplace?Is there a such thing as a neutral worldview?Does having Muslim character hold you back professionally? How do you act with integrity when others are getting ahead with unethical behaviorLinking worldly decisions to the HereafterWhy a nihilistic view of the 9 to 5 is incorrectHow to tie your career to a destination in ParadiseDaily habits to reinforce the correct approachImam Suleiman Hani is the Director of Academic Affairs at AlMaghrib Institute, a research scholar for Yaqeen Institute, and a resident scholar and adjunct lecturer in Michigan. At the age of 14, Suleiman completed a 10-month Qur’an memorization program and began his intensive studies under numerous scholars, earning dozens of traditional religious certifications in the process. He later earned a master’s degree from the University of Jordan’s College of Shari’ah, ranking first in his class, and a master’s degree from Harvard University, where he studied religions, philosophy, political science, and psychology. Over the past decade, he has served as an Imam and community leader in Michigan, lectured in dozens of countries, published a number of books and articles, and was featured on the largest Islamic TV stations worldwide.You can connect with him via his website at imamsuleiman.com , Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. Fiqh of Social Media BookGet the book in paperback or Kindle. Stay Connectedibnabeeomar.com Newsletter - What Muslim Leaders Read Sign up for the email list at  and get your copy of the 40 hadith on social media ebookSocial Media: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTubeSubscribe to the PodcastApple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/ibnabeeomar_appleGoogle play: http://bit.ly/ibnabeeomar_googleSpotify: http://bit.ly/ibnabeeomar_spotify
How to Navigate Online Muslim Discourse with Sana Saeed
Mar 22 2021
How to Navigate Online Muslim Discourse with Sana Saeed
Sana Saeed is a cultural critic and journalist based in Washington DC. She’s currently a Host and Senior Producer at AJ+, where she is currently developing a media critique show. She’s written and commented on a variety of topics about the American Muslim community. Her work in the community has ranged from discussing spiritual abuse at the hands of religious leaders to the role of Palestine in American Muslim politics. You can follow her on Twitter at @SanaSaeed or on Clubhouse at @SanafaceEpisode SummaryInterview with Sana Saeed of AJ+ about how we talk about issues, media framing, and navigating complex Muslim discussions online. Episode NotesExperiences on 'Muslim Clubhouse'How difficult convos are conducted in our community on topics like clergy or spiritual abuse, and understanding phrases like "believe women"How Muslim community chooses sides when a major event happensHow media biases projected onto facts affect our thinkingWho defines objectivity, and is it possible to achieve?Justice and cultivating empathy against the dominant narrativeHow to navigate complex issues that have a lot of back and forthThe work needed to be an advocate for somethingWhen is it better to stay silent vs. speaking up? Fiqh of Social Media BookGet the book in paperback or Kindle. Stay Connectedibnabeeomar.com Newsletter - What Muslim Leaders Read Sign up for the email list at  and get your copy of the 40 hadith on social media ebookSocial Media: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTubeTo support this podcast and related projects, please consider contributing at Patreon. Subscribe to the PodcastApple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/ibnabeeomar_appleGoogle play: http://bit.ly/ibnabeeomar_googleSpotify: http://bit.ly/ibnabeeomar_spotify
Interview on Grandstanding with Justin Tosi and Brandon Warmke
Nov 12 2020
Interview on Grandstanding with Justin Tosi and Brandon Warmke
Get the BookGrandstanding: The Use and Abuse of Moral Talk by Justin Tosi and Brandon Warmke https://geni.us/1yLXXcCAbout the BookPeople used to hold out great hope for a public square in which individuals put petty disputes aside and engage in rational discussion about important issues. Unfortunately, public discourse today—especially on the internet—is full of adults behaving like poorly socialized children, acting out to show off for people they want to impress. In short, they engage in moral grandstanding, or the use of moral talk for self-promotion. Drawing from work in psychology, economics, and political science, this book develops an explanation of why people grandstand when they talk about morality and politics. Using the tools of moral philosophy, it argues that grandstanding is not just annoying, but morally bad. And finally, it explains what we can do to encourage people to support a public square worth participating in, by avoiding grandstanding.Among the topics covered:Why people grandstand and self-promoteEffects of polarizing discourse on social mediaWhy moderates check out of discussionsReasons for optimismFollow the AuthorsJustin Tosi on Twitter (@JustinTosi)Brandon Warmke on Twitter (@BrandonWarmke)Stay Connectedibnabeeomar.com Newsletter - What Muslim Leaders Read Sign up for the email list at  and get your copy of the 40 hadith on social media ebookSocial Media: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTubeTo support this podcast and related projects, please consider contributing at Patreon. Subscribe to the PodcastApple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/ibnabeeomar_appleGoogle play: http://bit.ly/ibnabeeomar_googleSpotify: http://bit.ly/ibnabeeomar_spotify
Barakah Paradigm vs. Dunya Paradigm with Mohammed Faris
Jun 26 2020
Barakah Paradigm vs. Dunya Paradigm with Mohammed Faris
Do you view your work through a dunya paradigm or a barakah paradigm? We break down what each of those look like, and how they impact your professional and spiritual development.Guest: Mohammed Faris, Productive Muslim CompanyHighlightsWhat Mohammed's experience has been doing faith-based training in secular work environmentsHow do you apply a barakah culture mindset at work?How can faith help you with self-accountability?What do data metrics look like in a barakah culture?Challenges of navigating career growth vs. family responsibilitesResources Referenced in PodcastPaper by Dr. Abdullah Rothman - What Islam Offers to Modern Self-Help: An Islamic Paradigm of PsychologyMuhammad (s): 11 Leadership Qualities that Changed the World by Nabeel al-AzamiProductive Muslim FB https://www.facebook.com/productivemuslim/Mohammed Faris FB https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010531514400Projects & ResourcesBarakah Academy Book Club - Curated reading for faith based professional developmentKick Your Phone Habit - 30 Day email course to regain focus, reclaim family dinner time, and take control of your relationship with your phoneBook and Gear RecommendationsStay Connectedibnabeeomar.com Newsletter - What Muslim Leaders Read Sign up for the email list at  and get your copy of the 40 hadith on social media ebookSocial Media: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTubeTo support this podcast and related projects, please consider contributing at Patreon. Subscribe to the PodcastApple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/ibnabeeomar_appleGoogle play: http://bit.ly/ibnabeeomar_googleSpotify: http://bit.ly/ibnabeeomar_spotify