AUDIO -THE VISION OF ISLAM – SHAYK HAMZA YUSUF

Shaykh Hamza Yusuf was born in Washington State in an orthodox Christian family and raised in Northern California. In 1977, he became Muslim and subsequently traveled to the Muslim world and studied for ten years in the U. A. E., Saudi Arabia, as well as North and West Africa. He received teaching licenses in various Islamic subjects from several well-known scholars in various countries.

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Hamza Yusuf’s commentary on Murata’s and Chittick’s The Vision of Islam makes crystal clear the meanings of a Muslim’s beliefs, actions, and spiritual journey through life. Wonderful for Muslims interested in a more thorough understanding of their religion, this set is also an excellent introduction to Islam for people of other faiths who wish to gain a clear understanding of Islam’s basic principles and practices. Remembered by students for its liveliness and clarity, this set is filled with fascinating insights into Islam.

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THE VISION OF ISLAM- PART 1

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THE VISION OF ISLAM- PART 3

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