We often overlook Islamic history as a learning tool. The history of Islam is not only important for Muslims, but important for everyone. Islam and the people who call themselves Muslims have made an enormous impact on our world. The Islamic History Podcast is about discovering that history in a fun and interesting way.
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Zerothreetwo Conversations is the podcast where we talk to creatives, see how they live, and how they do their work. Hosted by Carlo Villarica Produced by the folks of Zerothreetwo.com in Cebu City, Philippines. There is so much to learn from listening to creative people who have spent time in the trenches. We want to unveil the mystery that goes into creative work. This is particularly important for creatives who are starting out, I’m hoping this podcast can give people a peek inside the cu ...
Sir Henry McMahon, British High Commission to Egypt, begins a deliberately vague series of letters with Sharif Hussein of Mecca.
Does "iqra" mean to read or to recite? Is voting haram? Do we need a Caliphate?
Quarantine can be tough, it is for me. Every time I've listened to this episode, it has put a smile on my face. So I thought it might be a good idea to rebroadcast it. You will not learn anything from this episode, but maybe it'll cheer you up. Also Rescue a Hero might not be an active band anymore, but we've got something coming up. Secret announc…
Whenever we look at someone successful, there's a temptation to think, "I could do that." Or to say, "He just got lucky." Or to wonder why seemingly successful people fall into the usual traps that you would never fall into. This was a surprising topic with my conversations with Job Penalosa aka Cookie$. Most people know him as a rapper with huge m…
I had a whole other podcast planned for today, but considering that we are at a weird/pivotal juncture in human history, it didn't feel right to publish the usual interview. So in this episode, I found the closest COVID-19 non-expert I could find, my wife Stephanie Villarica. She's tasked with keeping our little household happy and healthy. She's m…
In this episode, I answer some of the many questions that have come to me over the years at IHP. More interestingly, I discuss them while driving to Jumuah in Atlanta.
A look at the many changes and manifestations of the Nation of Islam (NOI) and some of its major figures.
In the previous episode, we discussed how Islamic law developed over the centuries. In this episode, we'll discuss the history of the various existing Schools of Thought.
Best of IHP. Bringing this one out of the archives. We'll be discussing the history of Islamic Schools of Thought, aka Madh-hab.
Why are so many Muslims distrustful of the Freemasons? In this episode, we'll explore the history of Freemasons and their relationship, if any, to Islam. Support the Islamic History Podcast (and get exclusive content) by subscribing to our exclusive podcast on Patreon. Transcript for this episode available here.…
This is the fourth Ask Me Anything (AMA) episode. Christmas is almost here. So we'll be wrapping up season 2 of Zerothreetwo Conversations with an Ask Me Anything episode. This is the second to the last episode of the 2019. Last one, will be next week. Thanks to everyone who submitted questions. As with previous AMA episodes, this is an inside peek…
When I schedule interviews, I have an agenda in mind. Generally, there's something about the guest that I want to learn about, but every now and then, the conversation becomes something larger, something more important, and uncovers a story about something bigger. That's what I got in my conversation with Gama Rae. Initially, I wanted to learn abou…
"It's not what you do during your 9-5. It's what you do during your 5-9." I'm not sure where I heard this, but it resonates with me because it made me realize that you can still do what you love despite having to do other things. There are ways around balancing a full time job and your passion. This balance is what I wanted to discuss with Uzi Empe…
Traditional schools have been using the same system for a hundred years. There was a good reason to do it back then, but that system is outdated and worse yet damaging to the children of today. This is particularly important to me because I have two young boys. Frankly, as a parent, I don't know what to do. As much as I want the best for them, ther…
As is typical with most conversations, topics bounce around and have nothing to do with each other. This is what we try to do with the podcast. Talk without any agenda and with the intention to connect with another human being in a real way. That's why I really enjoyed this interview with Dexter Sy. After re-listening to the episode, I was surprise…
Lacking in Cebu are businesses that are true partners with a community. A lot of businesses are run like hardware stores. They put wares on the shelves, wait for people to come in, and sell them stuff. That's it. No community building, no partnerships, no sense of giving back. Nothing against hardware stores, I'm just using them as an example. Ther…
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.