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The following lectures have been presented by Shaykh Abdallah Adhami to various audiences over the course of the last decade. Due to the illegal distribution of these lectures, often under false pretences, a serious effort has been undertaken to ensure the quality of these recordings. Thus they have been made available here with Shaykh Abdallah´┐Żs approval. We are indebted and grateful for your patience and support as this
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What is Ihsan?   NYU University - September 23rd, 2006

In the last portion of the famous Hadith Jibrael, Shaykh Abdullah explains the meaning of ihsan from a global perspective to specifically connecting it to our personal worship of God. He explains how through ihsan we can see through God where He becomes the vehicle with which we move in this world. Shaykh Abdullah also makes linguistic connections with ihsan in regards to surrender intertwined in the physical and spiritual realm of worship.
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Shine: A Physical, Emotional and Spiritual Journey to Finding Love   Star Jones Reynolds,
(New York: HarperCollins,January 6, 2006).

The book includes an interview with Shaykh Abdallah Adhami.
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Closer Than Veins, by Outlandish   Netherlands: Sony BMG, October 31, 2005 with an Interlude byShaykh Abdallah Adhami

Partners in Faith   ISNA 2005

Shaykh Abdallah addresses the applicability of shari\'ah (Islamic Law) in the context of its eternality and its view on the spirit and the body as inseparable entities.

by Shaykh Abdallah Adhami, Ingrid Mattson, and Maliha Chishti
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