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Sacred Knowledge Podcasts

A Religion, Spirituality and Islam podcast
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Sacred Knowledge podcasts consist of authentic traditional Islamic knowledge from qualified teachers. Our podcasts range from audio and video lectures to classical Islamic songs. Visit sacredknowledge.co.uk for more material.

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Shaykh Muhammad Yaseen introducing Shaykh Sayyid Muhammad al-Yaqoubi July 2013
A beautiful introduction of a teacher by his student. Shaykh Yaseen masterfully introduces Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi, describing some of the recent incidents in the life of the noble Shaykh. A must listen.
Shaykh Taha al-Houdire leading tarawih prayers at the Al-Huda Zawiyah
An excerpt from tarawih prayers at the Al-Huda Zawiyah in Dewsbury, UK.
قطب الأقطاب | Qutb al-Aqtāb | Ustādh Mahmūd Ghafīr
Ustādh Mahmūd Ghafīr and band sing 'Qutb al-Aqtāb', a poem dedicated to the great Sufi Master, Imām Abul Hasan al-Shādhilī. The poem was composed by 'Allāmah Shaykh Muhammad al-Ya'qūbī during his journey to Imam Abul Hasan's shrine in Egypt in August 2004. Text of poem in Arabic with English translation can be downloaded here: www.sacredknowledge.co.uk/downloads/Poem%20to%20Imam%20Abul%20Hasan%20(Arabic%20and%20English).pdf www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8qmnTWPZf4
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Podcast Details
Started
Dec 27th, 2010
Latest Episode
Sep 10th, 2013
Release Period
Daily
No. of Episodes
49
Avg. Episode Length
34 minutes
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