This page lists information about a lecture Shaykh Hamza gave. It organizes what quotes he made, which books he recommended, and links to a transcript, if one is available.
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|Florence Nightengale - Travel to Egypt - "...The Muslim world was still unaffected in its everyday life by the incredible changes that were occurring in the West, and most Muslim countries in the nineteenth century were relatively stable and extremely safe places to visit. A cursory review of Western travel literature to the Muslim world at the time will verify this (see, for instance, Florence Nightingale's travelogue to Egypt). " -Shaikh Hamza Yusuf|
|The Portable Nietzsche (The Anti-Christ) - Note: The Portable Nietzsche. Edited and translated by Walter Kaufmann. (New York, Penguin Books, 1982), 652. The actual text used was "The Anti-Christ".|
|The Portable Nietzsche (The Anti-Christ) - "Christianity "cheated us . out of the harvest of the culture of Islam. The wonderful world of the Moorish culture of Spain, really more closely related to us, more congenial to our senses and tastes than Rome and Greece, was trampled down . because it said Yes to life even with the rare and refined luxuries of Moorish life."" -Shaikh Hamza Quoting from the book|