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Join us in this special episode where I visit Hussam Ayloush, Executive Director of CAIR-LA (Council on American Islamic Relations, LA Chapter) as we discuss topics such as voting and whether or not it matters, the current election season, Islamophobia, and activism.
For more information about CAIR, check out their national website: www.CAIR.com
In the state of California, the website is ca.CAIR.com
Thanks to Haseeb the Futuristic for the track playing in the beginning called "Mother's Day"
You can find him at: http://www.haseebthefew.com
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On this episode, Br. Faran Kharal, a representative of Islamic Relief USA, talks about his experience on the field helping out with the Flint water crisis in Michigan.

You can contact Br. Faran Kharal regarding the internship for Islamic Relief, or for anything else related to Islamic Relief: fkharal@irusa.org
Check out Islamic Relief USA at their website: http://www.irusa.org

Thanks to Haseeb the Futuristic for the tracks playing in the beginning called "Mother's Day"
You can find him at: http://www.haseebthefew.com
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In this episode, I share my thoughts on the recent tragedies that happened in Turkey and , and how the media and politicians are using them to their advantage, and some thoughts on what we can do about it.

Thanks to Haseeb the Futuristic for the tracks playing in the beginning called "Soulium"
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We join Br. Ernst Fenelon Jr. aka Fodyo Abdul Wakeel to talk about the Prison Education Project, an initiative that helps expand educational opportunities for inmates in 11 California correctional facilities. We also talk in detail about his experience working with the prison system, and how you can volunteer!
Check out the website, and you can sign up to be a volunteer: www.prisoneducationproject.org
Also check out www.pepuganda.org for more information about the Prison Education Project in Uganda
Thanks to Haseeb the Futuristic for the tracks playing in the beginning called "Soulium" and "Mother's Day", and "Flatline" from the Daisy Chain EP.
You can find him at: http://www.haseebthefew.com
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In this episode, we join Br. Mohsin Ahmed Farooqui, a volunteer with the Southern California Muslim Inter-Scholastic Tournament or MIST, a competition for High School Students (and some college students) where they can take part in an awesome experience and even win PRIZES!!

The SoCal MIST will be held in March 26 - 27 at Chapman University in Orange. Early registration ends on March 6th! REGISTER NOW! 

For more information, check out the SoCal website: http://www.getmistified.com/socal/

Or the international website: http://getmistified.squarespace.com/
Find MIST on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SoCalMIST
And you can contact Br. Mohsin for more information: number +1-(909)701-6784
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Join us for the first episode of 2016 where we have Mohammad "The BEAST" Oubeid, a Muslim YouTuber who talks about fitness and motivation. We talk about his journey and share stories of how we got our own projects started.
You can find Mohammad at these places:
Website: Beastjourney.com
SnapChat: BeastJourney
Instagram:Instagram: @beastjourney
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/beastjourney
Periscope: @beastjourney
Medium: medium.com/@beastjourney
Meerkat: @beastjourney
Gmail: beastjourney@gmail.com
Twitter: @BeastJourney
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In the final episode of 2015, I'm graced with the presence of Ernst Fenelon Jr. aka Fodyo Abdul Wakeel and Ashar Shah, where we talk a little more in depth about the San Bernardino shootings. 

You can check out the Prison Education Project that Br. Fodyo is a part of here:



YWCA Pomona: http://www.ywca.org


"Make Peace Not War" Music Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GB6vPRRdSIg

Thanks to Haseeb the Futuristic for the track playing in the beginning called "Mother's Day".
You can find him at: http://www.haseebthefew.com
And look him up on iTunes

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In this episode, Sr. Rafika and I talk about gossip and backbiting, and see how much of an issue it is for our youth.

You can follow Sr. Rafika on twitter @fefethevinc
And check out her book on Amazon: Meet Me Through the Simple Words of Poetry
Thanks to Haseeb the Futuristic for the track playing in the beginning called "Mother's Day".
You can find him here: HaseeebTheFew.com
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Truly to Allah we belong, and truly to Him we shall return. This episode was recorded in response to the death of Dr. Ahmad Sakr. May Allah be please with him and grant him the highest place in Jannah.

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Join us as we discuss the Nov 13 attacks on Paris, why it got so much media coverage, whether ISIS represents Islam, and Islamophobia. Guests on my panel: Burhan Adli and Yahya Walker.

Thanks to Haseeb the Futuristic for the track playing in the beginning called "Mother's Day".
You can find him here: HaseeebTheFew.com
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