What is Real Love - Sufi Master, Shaykh Kabbani's Perspectives

Shaykh Kabbani.

A prominent American Sufi Muslim, Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani has spent his life spreading the teachings of peace, tolerance, respect and love throughout the world. Shaykh Kabbani is a spiritual Sufi teacher in the line of Naqshbandi-Haqani Sufi Order.An outspoken critique of extremism and the "Wahabi Doctrine", Sheikh Kabbani has continued to disseminate the light and peace of Islam's spiritual dimension to people of every background, ethnicity, race, and belief.

Let's be together
March 18 2007, LA California USA.
Shaykh Hisham Kabbani Speaks[in English] to an audience of over 5oo attendants at the Senshin Buddhist Temple. There were Christians, Jews, Buddhist and Muslims in the audience.

Lost and Found-(Part1)

Lost and Found-(Part2)

What is Real Love - A Sufi Perspective

Shaykh Hisham Kabbani speaks[in English] at an interfaith event about the reality of human beings, the meaning of real love, tolerance, acceptance and the human potential:




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