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10 Muslim Speakers Making it Count on YouTube

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Gone is the time when random users used to upload random lectures on YouTube that they either recorded on their phones or via their TV screens. Today, Muslim speakers are receiving high-quality screen time on YouTube channels that are updated frequently with new content.

Here are few Muslim speakers winning hearts and minds on YouTube:

1. Nouman Ali Khan

NAKAs the founder of Bayyinah, an Insitute in Texas for learning Qur’anic Arabic, and a renowned International Speaker, Nouman Ali Khan rose to fame six years ago when his talks started getting uploaded to YouTube by his fans. Now, his lectures on YouTube are a go-to resource for anyone willing to learn the Qur’an. He is known for connecting with the youth; another reason for his popularity on YouTube.

2. Omar Suleiman

omar suleimanAs one of the friendliest guys on screen, Omar Suleiman’s talks on YouTube about how the Companions of Prophet Muhammad pbuh used to interact with the Qur’an, amongst his many other pearls, have won over a plenty. If you watch lectures on the Qur’an on YouTube and haven’t come across him, it is as if you never used YouTube.

3. Abdul Nasir Jangda

Abdulnasir JangdaAbdul Nasir Jangda is the founder of Qalam Insitute and is famous for his talks about the Biography of Prophet Muhammad pbuh. He will go into more depth than any other speaker and will analyze the life of the seventh century and derive anectodes from it for our life today. Yup, he’s got a major following on YouTube.

4. Abdel Rahman Murphy

Abdelrahman MurphyTurned pro at the young age of 22, Abdel Rahman Murphy can relate to the youth like not other and can deliver talks on topics like love and desires and yes you can imagine his videos receiving a lot of views then. YouTube has given a platform to people to finally break societal taboos and talk open about things that matter. And Abdel Rahman Murphy like others has proved that Islam encourages us to do so.

5. Yasmin Mogahed

Yasmin MogahedWell, men don’t receive all the spotlight these days, at least not on YouTube. Yasmin Mogahed has single-handedly repaired so many broken hearts via her talks on spirituality and finding the true meaning of life. She has become a YouTube sensation faster than any one could even imagine.

6. Mufti Menk

Mufti MenkKnown for his motivational speeches, Mufti Menk has attracted a large audience on YouTube. His talks are not only relevant to the modern age but also so amusingly orchestrated, that it is difficult to avoid him. He’s got a degree in Shari’a Law from the University of Madinah Munawwarah, but on YouTube he is famous for sharing beneficial reminders from the Qur’an.

7. Wisam Sharieff

Wisam SharieffIf you want to learn Tajweed – correct pronunciation of the Qur’an – you got to learn from Wisam Sharieff. His epic recitation of the Qur’an coupled with his powerful voice can send a shiver down your spine even if you are relaxing on your bed while watching a YouTube video of his.

8. Dalia Mogahed

Dalia MogahedDalia Mogahed is the Director of Research at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU) in Washington, DC and is famous on YouTube for her discussions on defending Islam from its stereotypical image and how the cultural and political changes in the Muslim world have affected its residents.

9. Yasir Qadhi

Yasir QadhiYasir Qadhi may be notorious on YouTube for tackling difficult questions, but his way of explaining a point is unlike any other and this is what makes him thrive on YouTube. His discussions on CNN have received much popularity online and have made him a gem in the Muslim world.

10. Suhaib Webb

Suhaib WebbSuhaib Webb is an emotional genius because he talks about matters that actually matter to the youth. And because YouTube’s primary audience is the youth, he’s got plenty of support. His blog is frequented by anyone and everyone looking to find some spiritual high ground and relieve themselves of any emotional and psychological stress.

5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Jag Nathan

    15/07/2015 at 10:35 pm

    Neanderthals all, Believe Koran is wisdom. If Koran is wisdom, so was Mein Kamp.

    • Usman Ali Khan Tahir

      15/07/2015 at 11:50 pm

      While you are more than entitled to your bigotry.

  2. imran520

    23/07/2015 at 2:54 pm

    You can watch youtube Islamic videos from here http://www.videoonline.pk/

  3. khadeeja

    16/12/2019 at 7:00 pm

    Allihamdullillah for this people

  4. Zulfiqar Ahmed Dr

    01/06/2020 at 2:19 pm

    Mr Javed Ahmed Ghamidi has given a counter narrative to the Jihad which is being exploited in the world currently. The use of force is called jihad orqital, however, in the Qur’an,it can be classified in two distinct categories:
    Firstly, against injustice and oppression.
    Secondly, against those who reject the truth after it has been conclusively communicated to them.
    The first type of jihadis an eternal directive of the shari‘ah. As stated earlier, it is undertaken to curb oppression and injustice. The second type, however, does not relate to the shari‘ah; it relates to the divine law of itmam al-hujjah (conclusive communication of the truth). This law is always implemented in this world directly by the Almighty through people on whom He bestows the status of risalah(messengerhood). In the history of mankind, for the very last time this status was conferred on the Prophet Muhammad (sws):
    According to this law, once the truth is communicated to a people through their respective messengers in a conclusive manner and they still deny it in spite of being convinced about it, they are punished in this very world. At times, this punishment is through earthquakes, cyclones and other calamities and disasters, while, at others, it emanates from the swords of the believers. As a result, those who have denied the truth are totally vanquished in their land and the truth reigns supreme in it. In the case of Prophet Muhammad (sws), the Divine scourge took this very form. Consequently, just as the Prophet (sws) and his Companions (rta) were asked to wage war against oppression and injustice, they were also asked to wage war to punish the rejecters of the truth once it had become totally manifest to his addressees. This was actually a Divine plan executed through human beings. It should be viewed as a divine practice (sunnatullah) and cannot be initiated by human beings in any manner; it is not part of the shari‘ah.

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