Most of us must have heard the names of Ibn e Sina and Ibn e Rushd. But do you know who they really were and what they actually did? Why are they still remembered and valued today among the greatest intellectuals of this world? This episode throws light on all of these questions and many more.
Yaum‐e-Ali, Day of Ali, commemorates the birthday of Hazrat Ali, the cousin and son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), and who is the first Imam, in accordance with the Shia tradition of Islam. We celebrate this day with a talk with our scholars, discussing the life of Hazrat Ali.
In this talk, our mentors and renowned scholars, Mr. Karim Aman and Mr. Sabzali Haji Baig discuss the role of parenting in a child's life. This is a holistic discussion where all areas of a child's development, i.e., social, intellectual, and spiritual aspects are discussed.
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.
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.
Bazm-e-Sufi literally translates as a gathering of Sufi. In this gathering, we discussed the reasons behind the use of female symbolism in Sufi Kalams (Speeches) of the subcontinent with references. We see the purity in which the love for the divine is simplified and communicated in the language that transcends time.
Emotional intelligence allows a person to harness the power to understand oneself, overcome challenges, and building strong relationships. Learn, as we discuss with the renowned motivational speaker, Azim Jamal, the key components to better understanding oneself and those with whom you interact.
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.
Esteem Scholars Kamaluddin Ali Muhammad and Sabz-Ali Haji Baig reflect on the recent message Mawlana Hazar Imam sent on 2 November 2020. With their knowledge and years of experience, they try to highlight the essence of the message for the Jamat to think about and take advantage of in their daily lives.
Eid-E-Milad-un-Nabi has a great meaning: 'Nabi' means 'A man sent directly by God to mankind to lead them to the right path', Eid means 'Festive' and Milad means 'Birth'. Together it means the festival of the birth of Prophet Mohammed (PBUH). What better way to celebrate His (PBUH) life, than by having a soulful discussion with scholars to reflect on his dedication to Islam. Through this program, we celebrate and give tribute to our beloved Prophet (PBUH).