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 team discusses the idea of ethical product design in technology and software and the impacts that it has to humanity and the Ummah overall. Does your Snapchat Streak or your Twitter Feed have a direct correlation to your Imaan and how you understand Allah Azzawajal? We also discuss the subject of Aqeedah, the three schools, and also some recent events.

Links to the talk referenced:

Time Well Spent by Tristan Harris:

Why Islam is True by Shaykh Hamza Karamali:

 

Listen as on this episode the team visits some of history as we talk about the rise of Muslim Spain, it’s fall and how we should understand civilizations. We also discuss the end of times and how we should handle ourselves, the ummah, and our imaan during the end of times.

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Photo by Paul Green on Unsplash

Listen as we discuss why ideas, people, stories and things have lost depth today. There is a lack of patience amongst people now a days and the instant gratification culture takes away from the slow groth that is naturally meant to be experienced. We discuss together how to bring this back and how many recreational activities of the Sunnah foster this depth of character and growth.

Join us for a Ramadan special as the Podcast team comes on to talk about the problem of evil, eSports, and a number of other topics!

If you would like to contribute to the podcast for equipment upgrades we are looking for around $1500. You can email podcast@safinasociety.org to let us know and we’ll send you over a link. Just put “Donation for Podcast” in the subject line.

Thank you in advance for your contribution and may Allah reward you in this life and the next!

Please keep us all in your duaa, we’ll be back for Season 2 in September 2017!