June 14, 2021

Living with the Prophet peace be upon him: Practical lessons in life: Part 5

Ihab Saad

Dr. Ihab Saad is Professor of Construction Management and an alumnus of the University of Kentucky in Lexington where he received his Ph.D. in 1996. He received his Bachelor in Science & Master in Civil Engineering from Cairo University in his native country Egypt in 1984, and 1993 respectively. He has taught at his Alma Mater, the University of Kentucky, in addition to Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina, and most recently at the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio where he was voted “Faculty of the Year”in June 2011. In addition to his professional career, Dr. Ihab is kown among the Muslim community with his dedication to the Prophetic Seerah (Biography) and Tafseer (interpretation of Quran) among many other areas of the Islamic Knowledge.

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  • Gazakom Allah Khyran,
    In Light of The prophet grandfather story, he was very keen to fulfill his pledge to Allah. This Nobel family from which our honest prophet descended.
    Nowadays, how should we interpret Amanah in Surat Alahzab , ayat 72?
    Is there a relation between Amanah and straightforward talk? Surat AlAhzab, ayat 70 ?

  • Salamu Alaikum,

    Great lecture full of historical content that bridges western and eastern civilizations.
    I loved every detail from the backdrop story connecting Surah Al Buruj and the subsequent historical events that took place in Surah Al Fil and the transfer of power between Aryaat and Abrahah.


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