ISLAMIC PSYCHOLOGY? An Introduction | NOUMAN ALI KHAN 2017 |Animated

ISLAMIC PSYCHOLOGY? An Introduction | NOUMAN ALI KHAN 2017 |Animated

In this short animated clip, Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan succinctly introduces Islamic psychology as a relevant and potentially revolutionary approach to tackling some of the issues facing humanity.




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