In this in-depth episode of the Blood Brothers podcast, Dilly and Aki Hussain catch up with Shaykh Asrar Rashid on a range of issues affecting Islam and Muslims.
Born and raised in Birmingham, Shaykh Asrar describes his many encounters with different Islamic groups and movements, as well as his passion for reading books and debating theology from the age of 13.
Topics of discussion also include the glorification of Muslim drug dealers, the current state of the Ummah, and signs of the Day of Judgement.
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