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Welcome to the Women's Mosque of America. This is the offical Women's Mosque of America podcast.

Welcome to the Women's Mosque of America. This is the offical Women's Mosque of America podcast.
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Welcome to the Women's Mosque of America. This is the offical Women's Mosque of America podcast.

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English


Episodes

Adthan by Jessika Kenney (12/28/18)

1/22/2019
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Returning mu'adthinah Jessika Kenney calls the adthan in her beautiful Javanese recitation style for the 48th jumma'a at The Women's Mosque of America on December 28, 2018.

Duration:00:02:53

"How to Nurture Our Souls - Part 2" Khutbah by Sr. Nayawiyyah Muhammad (12/28/18)

1/22/2019
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Returning khateebah Nayawiyyah Muhammad delivers a phenomenal khutbah for The Women's Mosque of America on December 28th, 2018. In her khutbah, she continues from where her last khutbah left off and explores the nature of our souls from a gender neutral perspective as well as how to nurture our souls so that we are living out our God-given purpose in full joy and happiness. In so doing so, she reveals the secret to true empowerment, advancement, and lasting success in this world and the...

Duration:00:30:56

Q&A with Sr. Nayawiyyah Muhammad (12/28/18)

1/22/2019
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Q&A Discussion Circle w/the Imam -- Sr. Nayawiyyah shares her strategy to create positive change in your life without having to fight about it with others or with family members. She also shares her wisdom on the question of how to balance living our faith at a personal and public level, and she clarifies that we do not have to choose between faith and activism if we are doing both with the right intention and peace in our hearts. Then she talks about implementing affirmations to cultivate...

Duration:00:28:04

"Standing On Truth, Stepping Out In Truth" Khutbah by Hajjah Abrafi S. Sanyika - 2 Year Anniversary (1/27/17)

1/5/2019
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Khateebah Hajjah Abrafi S. Sanyika delivers the 25th khutbah for The Women's Mosque of America's 2 Year Anniversary on January 27th, 2017. In her powerful and information-packed khutbah, Hajjah Abrafi draws upon the important themes of honoring our ancient histories and standing firm in our truth as we struggle for justice, including standing up for #BlackLivesMatter. Bio: Hajjah Abrafi S. Sanyika is a proud native of Chicago, which was founded on the shore of Lake Michigan by an African...

Duration:00:33:12

Adthan by Jessika Kenney (11/30/18)

12/27/2018
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Returning mu'adthinah Jessika Kenney calls the adthan in her beautiful Javanese recitation style for the 47th jumma'a at The Women's Mosque of America on November 30, 2018.

"Returning to Faith After Trauma" Khutbah by Nurjahan Boulden (11/30/18)

12/27/2018
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Khateebah Nurjahan Boulden delivers the khutbah for The Women's Mosque of America on November 30, 2018. She moves the congregation with her courageous sharing of the struggles she faced as a shooting survivor. She vividly describes the symptoms and impact of the trauma, along with concrete action steps she took to help her heal 10 years later - when her symptoms took a turn for the worst. Nurjahan shares how we can achieve inner peace and healing by submitting fully to God, how to...

Duration:00:30:24

Q&A with Nurjahan Boulden (11/30/18)

12/27/2018
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Q&A Discussion Circle w/the Imam -- We dig even deeper into the topic of "Returning to Faith After Trauma" as Khateebah Nurjahan Boulden answers questions on how to deal with regret for lost time and opportunity, and what it means to say that God will never burden us with more than we can bear. She also shares some great insights on how Islam is a constant state of surrender. One of our Jewish allies present shares her appreciation of the khutbah and the struggle and fear she is working...

Duration:00:20:46

Adthan by Sarah Dar (3/30/18)

11/16/2018
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Returning mu'adthinah Sarah Dar calls the adthan for the 39th jumma'a at The Women's Mosque of America on March 30th, 2018.

Duration:00:01:45

Q&A with Sr. Maria Khani (10/26/18)

11/3/2018
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Q&A Discussion Circle w/the Imam -- Sr. Maria Khani shares important advice about how to keep prayer an act of "ibadah" (worship) rather than an act of "adah" (habit) as she answers questions about how to perform tahajjud (the midnight prayer) and doha (the after-sunrise prayer). When congregants share their struggles with performing prayer and ablution, she imparts several helpful gems of wisdom in a lively discussion.

Duration:00:33:00

"The Five Daily Prayers: Moving from Obligation into Joy" Khutbah by Maria Khani (10/26/18)

11/3/2018
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Returning khateebah Maria Khani delivers the 46th khutbah for The Women's Mosque of America on October 26, 2018. In this motivational khutbah, Sr. Maria discusses the multiple meanings of the word "salat" in the Qur'an and how it means more than just the five daily prayers. She also gives a reflection on the words of the adthan (the call to prayer) and on wudu (ritual wash before prayer), and she shares her personal journey of viewing prayer as an act of fear and duty to viewing it as an act...

Duration:00:31:00

Adthan by Samia Bano (10/26/18)

11/3/2018
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Past khateebah Samia Bano calls the adthan for the 46th jumma'a at The Women's Mosque of America on October 26, 2018.

Duration:00:00:35

Adthan by Susan Butler (9/28/18)

10/15/2018
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Returning mu'adhinah Susan Butler calls the adthan for the 45th jumma'a at The Women's Mosque of America on September 28, 2018.

Duration:00:00:44

"On Being Single: Holding Compassion for Ourselves & Others" Khutbah by Zariah Horton (9/28/18)

10/15/2018
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Khateebah Zariah Horton delivers the 45th khutbah for The Women's Mosque of America on September 28, 2018. In an incredibly courageous and vulnerable khutbah, Zariah emphasizes the importance of showing compassion and mercy to oneself as well as to others, with a special focus on the challenges of being a single Muslimah. Bio: Zariah Horton was raised on the importance of being of service to others, community activism, and social justice. She has been volunteering in the community since...

Duration:00:33:18

Q&A with Zariah Horton (9/28/18)

10/15/2018
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Q&A Discussion Circle w/the Imam -- In this fun discussion with the imam, Zariah Horton shares from her life experiences and answers questions from the congregation regarding being unmarried. The congregation also offers their own insights and solutions to the various challenges of being a single Muslimah.

Duration:00:48:12

Adthan by Jessika Kenney (8/24/18)

9/5/2018
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Returning mu'adhinah Jessika Kenney calls the adthan for the 44th jumma'a at The Women's Mosque of America on August 24, 2018.

Duration:00:03:08

"Moving Away from the Multitude to the One" Khutbah by Kifah Shah (8/24/18)

9/5/2018
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Khateebah Kifah Shah delivers the 44th khutbah for The Women's Mosque of America on August 24th, 2018. Kifah addresses the "multitudes" of our busy everyday lives, and how our ultimate goal should be striving for Allah, the One. Kifah Shah is the Digital Campaign Manager for MPower Change, the largest Muslim-led social and racial justice organization in the United States. She is also a cofounder of SuKi Se, an ethical fashion brand produced by artisans in Pakistan that strives to offer...

Duration:00:20:43

Q&A with Kifah Shah (8/24/18)

9/5/2018
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Q&A Discussion Circle w/the Imam -- Khateebah Kifah Shah answers questions from the congregation regarding her khutbah, including how to make boundaries for oneself amidst one's "multitudes".

Duration:00:18:38

Adthan by Mahin Ibrahim (7/27/18)

9/5/2018
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Returning mu'adhinah Mahin Ibrahim calls the adthan for the 43rd jumma'a at The Women's Mosque of America on July 27, 2018.

Duration:00:00:41

"Exploring Wudu, Water, and the Concept of 'Purity' in Islam" Khutbah by Jessika Kenney (7/27/18)

9/5/2018
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Khateebah Jessika Kenney delivers the 43rd khutbah for The Women's Mosque of America on July 27, 2018. In this beautiful khutbah, Jessika looks at the symbolism of water in Islam and the deeper meanings of "ritual purity", performing Javanese and Persian poetry related to the topic. Bio: Jessika Kenney is a vocalist, composer/improviser, and teacher. Jessika's singing can be heard on Ideologic Organ, Black Truffle, Weyrd Son, SIGE, Present Sounds, and other labels. She performs regularly...

Duration:00:23:46