This khutbah was given on Dec. 18, 2015. The penalty for adultery in Islam has been the subject of much criticism by non-Muslims. Nouman Ali Khan places the early verses of Surat An-Nur in context, explaining that the Quran has only specified punishment in this world for crimes that damage society as a whole. While more »

Weighing in on the San Bernardino and Paris attacks, Nouman Ali Khan begins by noting that the Quran condemns the killing of innocents unequivocally and absolutely. He evokes the incident of the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah when the Muslims were told not to attack Mecca because there could be believers among them that the Muslims did more »

A khutbah by Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan given at Colleyville Masjid on October 16, 2015. Explaining one of the most misunderstood verses of the Quran from Surat An- Nisaa, verse 26, which deals with the relationship between husbands and wives, Nouman Ali Khan says that the verse actually places men in a huge position of more »

Making an analogy between Muslims today and the bedouins at the time of Prophet Muhammad, Nouman Ali Khan refers to Surat Al-Hujurat to emphasize that we cannot be over-confident about our Iman (faith). It is a gift that cannot be casually embraced and must be maintained. Holding on to our faith is an active effort more »

The definition of ungratefulness is never being appreciative of all the gifts Allah gave us and taking them for granted. In Surat Ar-Rahman, explains Nouman Ali Khan, Allah tells us to be grateful or else you would be defying Him, and the punishment for that may not be in this world. You will not get more »