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Videos? Love em’! XXXIII

Salam Alaykum,

another week has passed and here they are, my favourite videos this week. As usual in the categories: Islam in under and over 10 minutes, Parkour, Youtube, Short films, Motion Graphics and Vimeo.


Under 10 minutes

Over 10 minutes




Motion Graphics


Honourable Mentions

Wa Salam,




recently I’ve been interested in Podcasts, asking myself whether that’s still a thing. I mean I remember, when everyone changed from MP3 player to iPod, Podcasts were popular. Or at least I perceived them to be, so what about now? Do People still listen to them? Do you?

In my search, I came up on an article by Creative Muslims showcasing ten Muslim Podcasts. Which I found quite cool, however most of them are now defunct including the Podcast Muslimmatters had and Onelegacyradio which I quite enjoyed when I found it, also seem to be defunct now.

So here’s my list of Podcasts that I find interesting and will inshaAllah try to listen in on from time to time. Note: That they are listed here does not mean that I endorse them or agree with all of their views. 


Wuduroom – “Trying to get purified”
At episode 89 at the time of writing one of the most interesting ones I’v come across and have been following regularly from episode 80 onwards.

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Fajr Reminders

Fajr Reminders 

A daily Podcast with important reminders, given by Sheikh Mirza Yawar Baig.

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The Ilm Show / Becoming A Better Muslim

Our motto is simple: “Live Islam. Change your life.”

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Prophetic Guidance

Prophetic Guidance – Logical Progressions

A course now going into the 2nd year taught by Sheikh Abu Eesa Niamatullah. The online course is live every wednesday on the Prophetic Guidance website.

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Bayyinah Podcast

Bayyinnah Institute

Enrichment and Education is what Bayinah is about, I also recommend Bayyinah.tv a subscription type video library featuring what is in my opinion the best resource in the english language about the Quran and learning of Arabic at the moment.

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Qalam Podcast

Qalam Institute

Qalam Institute provides Islamically based direction to provide relevant and successful solutions to issues facing individuals, families, and communities. Hosted by Sheikh Abdul Nasir Jangda.

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Hey! That’s my Hummus! –  “Blowing Things Up and Jacking Up Prices. Also? Not a cooking show.”

“If a Jew and a Muslim walked into a podcast you get, well… this podcast.”

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IslamPodcast –  “Islamische Inhalte hören und erleben.”

This is a podcast in the German language, unfortunately not many instalments are available as of now. (it might be on Hiatus)

Islam in Deutschland

Islam in Deutschland / Islamisches Wort

Was glauben Muslime – und wie prägt dieser Glaube das Leben der Gläubigen? Darüber geben muslimische Männer und Frauen Auskunft im “Islam in Deutschland”.


The Deen Show

The Deen Show

While its podcast isn’t that updated anymore I thought I’d still share this show because of its Youtube channel.

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Qran Weekly

Quran Weekly

Quran Weekly’s vision is to become the primary contributor for enlivening hearts and enriching minds through Qur’anic advocacy. The iTunes library is put together by Muslim Central Media, I’ve enjoyed the Youtube Channel extensively.

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wa Salam,


Surah As-Sharh: Khutba by Sheikh Tawfique chowdhury

For those who get tired, tired from the daily attacks on our Iman, who say they’ve done enough. I personally needed this khutba, and thank Allah swt. for giving me this reminder for giving me the ability to hear it, even though I came late.

[audio: https://dl-web.dropbox.com/get/Al-Sharh.mp3?w=AADvTeAansTzY9UI_4o8b9fFL0XK1h0sNQSv8LgMjIemYw]

Download here


Salam guys do you remember my schedule? Yeah? No? Me neither. A few months back I told myself that I would upload at least 3 posts per week and 1 video every day.

At the end of Ramadan, I had the idea to document my year up to Ramadan this year on video and I started this after my exams but had a lot of breaks similar with my posts here on the blog.

So, 3 posts per week, sounds quite a lot to me now but I want to get there. For the next few weeks I’m going to take it slow though, with 2 posts and whatever else my mind churns out.


Wa Salam.