dates of deen podcast is intended for Muslim youth to find relatable content for the contemporary issues that we face trying to maintain our deen in today's world. the emphasis of this podcast is about contemporary society, the normalization of wrongdoing and sin, and how we as young Muslims can remain steadfast in our religion when these issues arise.
dates of deen takes these contemporary issues in the west and adds an Islamic lens to it, deriving information from Qur'an and Sunnah as explained by majority/trusted scholars. dates of deen will never assume false authority and claim scholarship or issue fatwa. simply, this podcast acts as a outlet and voice for young Muslims by starting dialogue on an array of topics that we wish we could talk about that plague our society and is at odds with our Muslim lifestyle and identity.
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Remember that Allah SWT tells us to not even APPROACH or come near zina. Our Creator has told us it is dangerous, and the commonality of it in society is truly leading to corruption. As is the commanility that young people are entertaining non-Muslims. It only lead to your soul's corruption.
this episode will aim to explain the Islamic etiquettes of courtship including the wisdom behind why we are commanded to do it in such ways.
dates of deen also aims to clarify to the youth in a way that’s palpable and empathetic to the current standards around us, the protection in this approach rather than the western normalized approach of dating.
i know that i was highly confused about it when i was younger because no one properly explained it to me and i know a lot of youth are confused by it and wind up going in the western dating direction. grab your dates and let’s learn about deen inshaAllah!
hijab is an obligation on islam for both men and women. unfortunately, society tends to only focus on women's obligation. in this episode, dates of deen explains the basics of the meanings of hijab as well as its deeper meaning, clearing up misconceptions, and encouraging sisters to start practicing hijab with sincerity in intention and love for Allah SWT.
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