Dr Zakir Naik Islamlc Videos

Dr Zakir Naik Islamlc Videos

Dr Zakir Naik

In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

A medical doctor by professional training, Dr. Zakir Naik is renowned as a dynamic international orator on Islam and Comparative Religion. Dr. Zakir Naik clarifies Islamic viewpoints and clears misconceptions about Islam, using the Qur’an, authentic Hadith and other religious Scriptures as a basis, in conjunction with reason, logic and scientific facts. Dr. Zakir is popular for his critical analysis and convincing answers to challenging questions posed by audiences after his public talks. In the last 6 years (by the year 2002, Dr. Zakir Naik has delivered more than 600 public talks in the U.S.A., Canada, U.K., Saudi Arabia, U.A.E., Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, South Africa, Mauritius, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Guyana (South America) and many other countries, in addition to numerous public talks in India.

Collection of Debates

Debate is between Dr William Campbell (Pennsylvania, USA) and Dr Zakir Naik (Mumbai, India) (Rebuttal by Dr Campbell and response by Dr Naik followed by Q&A session) Dr Zakir Naik is a medical doctor by profession but is renowned as a dynamic international orator on Islam and Comparative Religion. Dr. Zakir Naik clarifies Islamic viewpoints and clears misconceptions about Islam, using the Quran, authentic Hadith and other religious scriptures as a basis, in conjunction with reason, logic and scientific facts

Salah: The Programming Towards Righteousness

Did you ever wonder why, at the exact moment when you stand for prayer, you wonder where you left your car keys? or, going into Ruku’, you realize you haven’t trimmed your toenails in a while? Seems silly, but this problem plagues the Ummah. Why? Basically, human beings have way more control over their physical bodies than their minds. It is very possible for us to complete the physical act of prayer perfectly while our minds wander. What, then, is the solution? Dr. Zakir Naik shows how filling one’s mind with the understanding of the Quran as well as memorizing more of the Quran will lead to a better control during prayer. Most Muslims recite the same surahs over and over, and do so in a mechanical fashion. They repeat the ayah without having to think about what they are saying, let alone understanding the meaning. Muslims must learn how to program their minds to be conscious of every word uttered in Salah. After all, Salah is more than merely a form of physical exercise.

If the Label shows your Intent: Wear it!

We all know that Muslims are “labeled” in one way or another. In this lecture, however, the speaker touches upon a whole new dimension of labels: How one Muslim recognizes another. Is it the duty of each Muslim to be recognizable to his fellow brothers and sisters in Islam? Is it fardh to dress in a manner in which one can be recognized as a Muslim? And how, exactly, should one react when he or she does recognize that another Muslim is in the vicinity? Finally, what are the Islamic greetings, anyway?

Al-Quran: Should It Be Read With Understanding?

The Holy Qur’an is the final revelation of Allah- a proclamation to all of humanity. It is full of wisdom, a warning to the heedless, a solace to the suffering, and a hope to those in despair. In short, The Holy Qur’an is a guidance for all of mankind. Now ask yourself a question: is it possible to derive all these blessings and insights from the Qur’an without actually understanding the meaning or implementing its rulings? Yet this is the position of so many Muslims today. Dr. Zakir Naik explains why it is compulsory for mankind to read the Qur’an with understanding.

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