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Updated August 2020
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Final analysis of Season 5 and what to expect for Season 6.By Abu Ibrahim Muttaqi Ismail
Part 27 of a series on the partition of the Ottoman Empire mostly focusing on their role in WWI. In this episode, we discuss the end of the war, the peace treaties, and the final partitioning of the Ottoman Empire.By Abu Ibrahim Muttaqi Ismail
Part 26 of a series on the partition of the Ottoman Empire mostly focusing on their role in WWI. In this episode, we discuss the outbreak of the Spanish Flu, the fall of Damascus, and the implementation of the Sykes-Picot Agreement.By Abu Ibrahim Muttaqi Ismail
Part 25 of a series on the partition of the Ottoman Empire mostly focusing on the their role in WWI. In this episode, we discuss Enver Pasha's role in Libya, the implementation of the Balfour Declaration in Palestine, and the British attempts to invade Transjordan.By Abu Ibrahim Muttaqi Ismail
The Ottomans are outnumbered in Palestine as the British have set their sights on Jerusalem.By Abu Ibrahim Muttaqi Ismail
Part 23 of a series on the partition of the Ottoman Empire mostly focusing on their role in WWI. This episode discusses the British attempts to invade Gaza in mid-1917.By Abu Ibrahim Muttaqi Ismail
Lloyd George's plan to create a Jewish home in Palestine is backed by growing support for Zionism in Britain.By Abu Ibrahim Muttaqi Ismail
My thoughts and opinions about the killing of George Floyd, the subsequent protests, and race relations among American Muslims.By Abu Ibrahim Muttaqi Ismail
The history of conflict between the Russian Empire and the Ottoman Empire is long, bloody, and complicated.By Abu Ibrahim Muttaqi Ismail
Outnumbered and facing starvation, the Germans are getting desperate, and willing to risk bringing the US into the war.By Abu Ibrahim Muttaqi Ismail
Frustrated with the government's poor war effort, the British public chooses a new leader. And he wants to make the defeat of the Ottomans a priority.By Abu Ibrahim Muttaqi Ismail
Sharif Hussein is ready to launch his Arab Revolt against the Ottomans.By Abu Ibrahim Muttaqi Ismail
Underestimating Ottoman capabilities, the British attempt to invade Mesopotamia with devastating consequences.By Abu Ibrahim Muttaqi Ismail
Ottoman-Armenian relations started to get really bad towards the end of the 19th century. But once the Great War started, they got even worse.By Abu Ibrahim
With Sharif Hussein's promising to rebel against the Ottomans, the British and French have plans of their own. Mark Sykes and Francois Georges-Picot meet in London to discuss their vision of the future of the Middle East.By Abu Ibrahim Muttaqi Ismail
Sir Henry McMahon, British High Commission to Egypt, begins a deliberately vague series of letters with Sharif Hussein of Mecca.
The British have a problem as they can't keep their promises to Sharif Hussein and the French at the same time.
A mysterious individual named Al-Faruqi is feeding misleading information to Sharif Hussein and the British.
The British finally realize their Gallipoli campaign is futile and Winston Churchill takes the blame.
The Britain's Gallipoli campaign stalls while the Young Turks make some critical changes.
Sir Mark Sykes goes to work for the British War Office and buys into Kitchener's idea of an Arab Caliphate.
The British plan an invasion of Istanbul by attacking the Dardanelles Strait.
The Three Pashas lead the Ottomans into war and immediately face difficulty against the Russians and the British.
British India is not to crazy about Lord Kitchener's plan to create an "Arab Caliphate."
The British begin courting Sharif Hussein ibn Ali, the ruler of Mecca, enticing him to rebel against the Ottomans.
Britain's Lord Kitchener plans to create an Arab Caliphate to rival the Ottomans.
Germany's early victories convince the unprepared Ottomans to enter the conflict that will become World War I
The Young Turks want to change the Ottoman Empire and go looking for an ally.
The Ottoman Empire was already well in decline by 1914 and had earned the moniker "Sick Man of Europe."
We are going to the Israel-Palestine conflict, one of the most controversial subjects of your time. And in true fashion, we're going to try our best to avoid bias. This will be a multipart series. In this first episode, we discuss the history of the Jews and Arabs. We start from the biblical era and end up on the eve of WWI. More episodes about Pal…
In this episode, I sit down with Br. Zulfikar Sarosh and discuss more details about Pakistan's history. Most importantly, we dig into the history of Kashmir and the possible future for this troubled region. Support the Islamic History podcast by becoming a Patreon subscriber (and get a lot of bonus episodes!)…
We'll continue the journey of Partition as the Indian subcontinent becomes two new nations. The All-India Muslim League is in a desperate struggle for relevancy. They have to prove to Britain, the Indian National Congress, and India's Muslim, that they are a political force.By Muttaqi Ismail
This episode explores how Islam came to Pakistan. Then we'll take a look at the British government that ruled the Indian subcontinent for over a hundred years. Finally, we'll look at the political developments as Indian Muslims and Hindus try to gain an upper hand in the fight for independence. You can support the Islamic History Podcast by doing o…
The story of the interaction between the Ismaili Assassins, Salahuddeen al-Ayubi, and the Mongols.
We're trying something new today. I sit down with my teenage daughter Balquis and talk about a lot of random things. But we do eventually get around to talking about Pakistan. You can support the Islamic History Podcast by becoming a sponsor at Patreon.com/IslamicHistory.
The Islamic Republic of Pakistan was born on August 14, 1947, with the partition of British India. This partition divided the former British colony into two nations, India and Pakistan. There is a saying in Pakistan that the country is run by the Three A’s: Allah, the army and America. In this episode, we will explore the role each of these factors…
The Shah of Iran is unknowingly planting the seeds of rebellion. His secret police stifle political dissent. He's dismissive of the religious community. He ignorant the effects of his economic policies. Meanwhile, Ayatollah Khomeini is in exile but slowly building his base and sharpening his message. Despite his advanced age, he's confident the peo…
Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi became the Shah of Iran at twenty-two years of age. He would go from a powerless figurehead to one of the most powerful monarchs in the region. However, the Shah was brought down by an obscure Shiite scholar name Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. In this episode, we'll start to discover the history behind the 1979 Iranian Revo…
The Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar (formerly Burma) are one of the most persecuted people's on the globe. They are not wanted in Burma nor in any other country. Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya live as refugees in Bangladesh and other countries. After the show is over, be sure to visit the Show Notes page. The Show Notes are available at: IslamicLear…
This is the third and final episode on the series about Islam in West Africa. As the Mali Empire declines, another is on the rise. In the forgotten city of Gao, the Sunni Dynasty emerges to make the Songhay Empire the dominant force in West Africa. This is done by two very different men. Sunni Ali is a brutal conqueror who strikes fear in the peopl…
This is the second episode in our series on Islam in West Africa. In this episode, we're going to explore the origins of the Empire of Mali. We'll also take a look at two of its most popular rulers: Sundiata and Mansa Musa. Sundiata is mostly known through the Epic of Sundiata. While Mansa Musa is mostly known because of his famous Hajj pilgrimage.…
The first in a series to look at the empires of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai. In this episode, we will introduce the series and take an in-depth look at the city-state of Gao and the rise and fall of the Ghana Empire. We'll also discuss one of the more complicated and difficult topics in Islam: African Slavery. After the show is over, be sure to visit …
With Sana'a under Houthi control, the beleaguered Yemeni government calls out for help. They request military intervention from the GCC nations. Saudi Arabia leads a charge to remove the Houthis from the capital and restore President Hadi to power. But the Houthis have not gotten this far by accident. They are on a mission, and they are determined …
In September 2014, the Houthis captured the Yemeni capital of Sanaa. A few months later, Saudi Arabia launched a campaign to remove the Houthis and reinstall President Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi to power. The Saudi-led coalition has pummeled Yemen with airstrikes, leading to thousands of deaths. Many people blame Saudi Arabia for the high death toll in Y…
Aisha, the Prophet's wife, is the victim of salacious gossip and rumors. With no one else to help her, she realizes she can only rely on Allah. Meanwhile, Prophet Muhammad must work hard to keep his small community together. Even though the leader of the hypocrites, Abdullah ibn Ubayy, will do everything to make him fail. After the show is over, be…
Instead of bringing peace, the Umayyad victory at Karbala brings even more instability to the Empire. Now the Muslims of Mecca and Medina are more determined than ever to shake off the Umayyad yoke. In Mecca, Abdullah ibn Zubayr is quietly building his support. He refuses to openly oppose Banu Umayyah, but everyone knows he's up to something. In Me…
A brief overview of the similarities and differences between Sunni and Shia.
Husayn and his group are trapped at Karbala. He tries to negotiate with Banu Umayyah, but it goes nowhere. This episode explores one of the most tragic and pivotal events in Islamic history. With this episode, the political faction known as Shi'atu Ali become the Shia religious sect. After the show is over, be sure to visit the Show Notes page. The…
Husayn is unaware of the fate of his cousin, Muslim ibn Aqeel, in Kufah. The last thing Husayn knew, the Shia in Kufah were waiting for him. With this knowledge, Husayn leaves Mecca with several members of his family, including women and children. But things are not good in Kufah. Ubaydullah, the governor of Kufah, is ready for Husayn and has sent …
Husayn sends his cousin, Muslim ibn Aqil, to see if he really does have support in Kufah. However, Yazid ibn Muawiyyah also sent his ruthless governor, Ubaydullah ibn Ziyad. The two men struggle for the heart and soul of this troubled city. Click the links below to share The Islamic History Podcast with your friends and family. Facebook Twitter Goo…