Listen as the Safina Society team is joined by the Mad Mamluks on a special collaboration episode to discuss a variety of topics:

A. What is known by necessity (Part 1)
B. The history of both podcasts (Part 1 & 2)
C. Muslim Communities (Part 2)
D. Marriage (Part 2)

Check out the Mad Mamluks @:
www.themadmamluks.com

The season finale episode part 2 in which the team is joined by Mufti Niaz Hannan & Br. Yusuf Hussain to discuss what the term Tasawwuf means and why it has become so controversial. We discuss the stories of the people of tasawwuf and the critical importance of the science.

We then move to the stories of ordinary individuals among our midst who are truly what we would call, the people of Tasawwuf.

The season finale episode part 1 in which the team is joined by Mufti Niaz Hannan & Br. Yusuf Hussain to discuss what the term Tasawwuf means and why it has become so controversial. We discuss the stories of the people of tasawwuf and the critical importance of the science.

We then move to the stories of ordinary individuals among our midst who are truly what we would call, the people of Tasawwuf.

Join us on the first pilot episode of our new podcast series, “Stories of the Awliya.”

On this episode we take a journey to Al-Andalus and the Maghreb as we learn about the story, life, and miracles of Shaykh Abu Madyan Rahmatullahi Alay.

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The team is joined by Imam Faheem Lea & Shuaiyb Newton from Camden and Philly to talk about culture, group mentality, the influence of Salafi Dawah, the impact of tasawwuf and more.

We also talk about time and how everything feels so much faster now.

We reference a blog post towards the end of the episode, which can be found at the following link:

How ‘time’(s) has changed