Diamond of the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ)

Why is a woman important to the Ummah? Samat Faizullin

In this episode the Muezzin of the Kyzyl Mosque, Samat Iskuzheevich Faizullin, answers the following questions:

00:00 Introduction.
00:17 What is Islam?
00:41 When was the document according to which Islam was brought to the Bashkir people written?
01: 39 What is the Qur’an?
02:10 When was the Qur’an sent down to Muhammad (ﷺ)? Who wrote it down afterwards?
02:38 Which surah opens the Qur’an? What is its importance?
03:02 What are the five prescribed actions Muslims have?
04:09 Why is Islam accessible and easy?
04:29 What is the role of a woman in Islam?
05:40 What did the Prophet(ﷺ) say in the hadith about a woman?
06:34 What should a Muslim believe and encourage his children and loved ones to do?

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