20 May 2016

Things to Do During Ramadan #1: Listen to the Seerah of the Prophet

Sherrie W
Salafi Sounds has a 30 lesson audio series on the seerah of the Prophet (sallAllahu alayhi wa sallam) which might be nice to listen to each day of Ramadan.  The lessons vary in length from 35 minutes to just over an hour.  The reviews on the site were very positive, including this one:

"This seerah lesson is refreshing and comforting to know that the teacher is striving hard to use authenticated narrations. If you’re new to these lessons then be prepared to be on the edge of your seat because you’ll never experience so many cliffhangers! By Allaah, you should see the brothers faces when Ustadh Abu Hakeem leaves you on the edge, you’d wish these lessons were daily because a week is too long to know what’s happening next! I ask Allaah to reward Abu Hakeem and the listeners, Aameen."

The first two audios have a kind of annoying background sound, but it seems like it stops after the second one.  I am not sure which age levels this would be appropriate for, but if you want to listen as a family and you find them too long, you could perhaps break them up and listen a little after each prayer.  The first two lessons seem to be transcribed in the comments section.

Sherrie W / Author & Editor

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