This Khutbah was given in Frisco on June, 17th 2016 With human beings committing all kinds of heinous acts, asks Nouman Ali Khan, why was Adam and his spouse’s “slip” of eating from the forbidden tree such a big deal? In the version of the story of Adam revealed in Surat Al-Aaraf, Allah focuses on more »

This Khutbah was recorded at Islamic Center of Irving on May 20th, 2016. Introducing his reflections on ayat 166 and 167 of Surat Al-Baqarah, Nouman Ali Khan highlights the differences between a cult and community to warn against the threat of allowing unhealthy social pressures to dominate our lives. Cults are by definition groups of more »

This Khutbah was given at the Colleyville Masjid Islamic Association of Mid Cities on June 24, 2016. The Ayat of Surat Al-Baqarah related to Ramadan and fasting occur within a specific context. Nouman Ali Khan explains how the Quran, in its infinite wisdom, tackles the religious psychology of those who believe. It highlights diseases of more »

This Khutbah was recorded on April 8th, 2016 at the Islamic Center of Irving. Explaining the few ayat in Surat Al-Jumuaa dealing with the Friday prayer, Nouman Ali Khan emphasizes the importance of observing those few hours every week and how valuable they are to the entire Ummah, which encompasses all races and ethnicities. According more »

This khutbah was given at Islamic Center of Southlake on 7/8/2016. The consequences of rampant injustice in a society are dire. Nouman Ali Khan points out in his discussion of ayat from Surat An-Nisaa and Al-Ma’eda that such injustice perpetuates the cycle of death and leads to more hatred, violence, crime and tension. On the more »