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The Hot Seat Podcast

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Ustadh Abdulrahman's Life Story (Part 2)

Season 1, Episode 8


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The Hot Seat is an interactive podcast that aims to deal with contemporary issues by using classical solutions from the past. Atheism. Feminism. Politics. Jihad. The early generations of Muslims – the best of Muslims – had answers for all of these issues and many more. The unique format of the show comes to life through an engaging, captivating dialogue between two opposing parties. Enjoy!

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Ustaadh AbdulRahman Hassan

Ustaadh AbdulRahman Hassan

Ustaadh AbdulRahman Hassan has memorised the Qur’an and Alfiyatul ibn Malik in grammar, Alfiyatul Iraaqi in terminologies of Hadith, Maraaqi Asud in Usûl Fiqh, Buloogh Al-Muraam in hadith, and many other classical Islamic literature. He has studied with a number of prominent scholars, including: Shaykh Saalih Al-Fawzaan, Shaykh Muhammad Aadam Al-Ethiobee, Shaykh AbdulKareem Khudayr, Shaykh AbdulMuhsin Al-Abbaad and Shaykh Abdullah Al-Ubaylaan. He currently resides in the UAE where he lectures and teaches at Kalemah Islamic Centre Dubai.

Shahid Hassan

Shahid Hassan

Shahid Hassan is a finance professional currently residing in the UAE. Born and raised in the UK, he left Islam at the age of 22 and became an atheist. He then undertook 2 years of independent research as he explored a number of different religions before Allah guided him back to Islam. He is passionate about addressing contemporary issues head on by demonstrating just how weak the arguments of the opposers are.