Are our causal talks about people within proper Islamic bounds? Do we perhaps ‘gossip’ just a little too much?
Ustadha Ieasha Prime explains what can constitute ‘haram’ behavior in our conversations and personal exchanges.
This clip was a part of a special session at Masjid Muhammad in Atlantic City. Stay tuned! More to come from this special session

Ieasha Prime is a traditional Islamically trained educator, activist, and public speaker. She studied Arabic and Quran at the Fajr Institute followed by general Islamic studies in Cairo, Egypt. After two years in Egypt, she moved to Hadramaut, Yemen and enrolled in Dar al Zahra, an Islamic University for Women. There she studied Aqeedah, Quran, Hadith, Arabic, Jurisprudence (Fiqh), Islamic law, Purification of the Heart and other religious related learning. Her lineage of scholarship from whom she received direct education can be traced directly back to the Prophet Muhammad (Salla Allahu alaihi wa Salaam) from the Husseini lineage. Under the tutelage of her professors, she has established several circles of knowledge and continues to teach and lecture across the United States and abroad. She now serves as the Executive Direction of Barakah. Inc

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