Blog Posts - Muslim Video

Muslim Video – Thank You Mother

For nearly two years now, we’ve been sharing Muslim videos every Sunday, so it’s about time we have an adorable graphic for you to link to each week if you decide to share your family-friendly youtube videos online.“Thank you Mother...
by American Muslim Mom on Jan 30, 2011

Reflecting in Tears that Allah Knows All!

Allahu Alam, or Allah Knows (best). After experiencing computer troubles, a mix of ice and snow storms, tons of exciting opportunities facing American Muslim Mom’s rebranding--let’s just say, it’s been a crazy week. Mix in my missin...
by American Muslim Mom on Jan 23, 2011

Muslim Video – Zawjati My Wife by Ahmed Bukhatir With English Subtitles

The highest rated comment for this youtube video says it ever so beautifully, alhumdulilah, Praise be to God. “A religion that inspires such a nasheed (Islamic song) does NOT oppress women. May Allah bless our mothers,? sisters, daughters and w...
by American Muslim Mom on Jan 16, 2011

Muslim Video – Forgive Me by Ahmed Bukhatir

Embrace yourselves mommies, because this is video *always* makes me cry…so, it’ll at least make you teary-eyed. My girls often remind me to watch this video every now and then-- because we often reflect on how … mashaAllah, so we al...
by American Muslim Mom on Jan 9, 2011

Muslim Kids Video – A is for Allah by Yusuf Islam

A is for Allah by Yusuf Islam is a great nasheed (Islamic song) because it goes through every letter in the Arabic alphabet with an Arabic word that is common to all Muslims even though Arabic may not be their first language. We particularly like thi...
by American Muslim Mom on Jan 2, 2011

Muslim Kids Video – In Blessed Ramadan

Lyrics written out in this nasheed video describing different ibadah (acts of worship) Muslims complete during the month of Ramadan. The kids cheering for Eid and looking forward to fasting next year at the end is so encouraging and cute, subhanallah...
by American Muslim Mom on Aug 29, 2010

Muslim Kids Video: Beautiful Nasheed with the Shahada

The repetitive harmonious calling of the Shahada (declaration of faith, the first pillar in Islam) in this simple nasheed (Islamic song) is so beautiful, calming, uplifting, and peaceful that it brought tears to my eyes. The video is okay, but the na...
by American Muslim Mom on Aug 22, 2010

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