Ikhlas and Makkah are back with a new name, new home, and new episodes. Listen to our teaser to find out why we switched from Haya wa Iman to Identity Politics, our new home at AltMuslimah and what you can expect from this season.
Ikhlas and Makkah talk deen and dunya, how to get closer to #RamdanGoals, and struggle to remember Ramadans pre-25. Follow @i_saleem and @MsMakkah on Twitter. If you enjoy listening to Haya wa Iman, click here to subscribe/rate/review us on iTunes, Stitcher, Acast and SoundCloud.
Tune in for a conversation about love: how to find it, how to keep it, and what happens when you lose it. Ikhlas and Makkah speak to a few folks in different stages of their romantic journeys about relationships, marriage, and “Black Love,” that alluring concept that Barack and Michelle have us all craving. Guests… Read More Episode 6: Muslims in Love (with Ihssan Tahir)
On this episode Ikhlas and Makkah invite resident diaspora experts, Maryam Adamu and Samira Abderahman, to discuss being “Black,” “Black Americans,” “African Americans,” and sometimes “Americans from Africa.” Click here to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.
In this episode Ikhlas announces a surprise new co-host and sits down with Nijla Mu’min of the upcoming film “Jinn.” Plus!: A shoutout to Ciara and Russell Wilson for renewing our faith in humanity. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.
In this episode, I talk with Dallas Wright, Chicago native, about converting to Islam at 24, Islamic knowledge and the impact of class on Chicago’s Muslim communities. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.
In this episode, Makkah Ali comes on the podcast to discuss #BeingBlackAndMuslim, moving back to ATL, and trying to get the hood to go green. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.
In this first episode of Haya wa Iman I sit down with my mother, Surayyah Fareed, to discuss her conversion to Islam and its spiritual and social impact. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.
For the 29/30 days of Ramadan I’ve challenged myself to try and write my daily reflections and share them via Haya wa Iman. Insha’Allah they are words of benefit. We’re now entering our eighth day of Ramadan. The excitement of the beginning of Ramadan has potentially worn off for some of us. We’ve resumed our… Read More Ramadan (let’s not even talk about what day it is) Reflections
For the 29/30 days of Ramadan I’ve challenged myself to write my daily reflections and share them via Haya wa Iman. Insha’Allah they are words of benefit. During Ramadan, time is critical. We need to know exactly what time is Fajr, so we can sleep as long as possible with enough time to eat. We need to… Read More Ramadan Day 3: On Using 5