Alwaeza Parinda Chagani discusses the concept of love based on the Qur’an-e Shariff and Hadiths and shares heartwarming stories that speak to the depth of the love between the Imam and the Murid.
Delivered in a mix of Gujarati, Kutchi, and English by Alwaez Karim Dewji, this session discusses the various stages of grief, as well as the psychological and social aspects experienced by the bereaved. He also explores faith-based perspectives of life and death and suggests possible coping mechanisms in the current environment.
Alwaez Kamaluddin Ali Muhammad, counselor, and mentor take on the age-old question of why bad things happen to good people. He tries to help us see the good behind the pain and suffering and why God allows pain and suffering for His creation.
There were eight Pakistanis among the world’s top 100 nurses and midwives, five faculty members, and three alumni from Aga Khan University’s School of Nursing and Midwifery, Pakistan. Meet them all in today's program of the spotlight.
This is an introductory program of a series being initiated by ITREB for Pakistan. Every culture has its own stories that are shared as a means of entertainment, education, cultural preservation, or instilling moral values. The program, Aik Haqiqat Aik Afsana, will transport its viewers to the world of a new story each week.
In today's Saaptahik Sandesh, ITREB India explores the significance of the word Bismillah. Drawing on IIS publications and historical sources, the Sandesh explores the significance of Bismillah as a means for calling upon the mercy and compassion of the Divine.
How can we find the strength to face our difficulties and challenges? This inspiring Saaptahik Sandesh draws on two stories to highlight the importance of faith, hope, and patience, in dealing with our difficulties. This will be followed by a replay of a previous session: "Divine and Human Love in Islam": by Hussain Jasani.
Scholars of ITREB Pakistan, Akbar Huda, and Nizar Noorali, reflect on Mawlana Hazir Imam's message sent on 11th December 2020, on the occasion of Salgirah for the global Jamat. During the discussion, they highlight the essence of the message for the Jamat to think and contemplate.
Join us for a discussion on Jalaluddin Rumi’s Mathnavi (collection of poems) about Imam Ali's inner courage in the face of adversity. Alwaeza Dr. Afroza Nanji discusses this work and shares visual interpretations from the Aga Khan Museum’s collection. This was followed by a conversation with Alwaez Rahim Shivji.
This talk will revolve around a simple question: at the time of this global pandemic, where do we seek answers? Are they to be found in faith and religious practice? Or should people exclusively seek every answer under these circumstances from science? The question of the interaction between faith and intellect (or rather science) as two sources of knowledge has been at the heart of major theological and philosophical currents in the Muslim world. How do we resolve these tensions without obviating either faith or science? Dr. Daryoush Mohammad Poor explores this theme and refers to Ismaili tradition and primary sources to demonstrate that there is no conflict between faith and science and both serve a purpose, both have weight and significance as well as the ability to reinforce one another.

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