Ep 25: Taqwa - 101 Quranic Universal Values

In this series teachers and students of the Quran reflect on 101 Quranic Ayas that promote morals and values for a better character.

Ep 25: Taqwa - May 6th, 2021
Speaker: Imam Musa Azam

Imam Musa Azam has served as an Imam and Religious leader for the Muslim community over the last 27 years. In 2016 he represented Muslims for peace at the United Nations and has given presentations on Islam to United States government agencies and officials. He is one of the founders of Tawhid Center, LUL (Light Upon Light) and SIFCA (Shura of Islamic Family Counselors of America). Imam Musa is pursuing his PhD in Comparative Religions at the Graduate Theological Foundation, an affiliate of Oxford University. Besides being a Khateeb and Qadi in the greater Chicagoland area, he also owns multiple healthcare practices. Currently, he is the director of development at Sound Vision Foundation. Originally from Hyderabad, India, Imam Musa lives with his wife and three kids in Northwest Indiana.

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