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Sunday, April 01, 2007

Got an idea for the Reminder? Post it here!

Bismillah ar-Rahmaan ar-Raheem,

Assalammu' Alaikum,

I often get comments on my Facebook wall, emails, messages, etc...regarding topics for the Reminder show that I do. I figured it would be best to put everyone's ideas and suggestions in one central location rather than having them sent to random places so I am putting this post up InshAllah.
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At April 11, 2007 11:26 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatu Allahi Wa Barakatuhu,

It would be nice if there was a Reminder video on School/College/Uni Life. e.g. Alcohol, Fitnatun Nisaa etc.

At April 11, 2007 4:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have thought about it man and you should have a video about a bad muslim who becomes good. Someone who doesn't pray but then he prays. You should really focus on what makes him change. More broad then TMC. maybe a movie OR a reminder video. but in depth. I know that I and many other people went from no praying to praying.
You can respond from this comment if you want to contact me

At April 12, 2007 4:38 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamo alaikom warahmato allahi wa barakatoho

First of all of course I have to thank you for your great job for islam, to remind muslims and to make non-muslims think.

It wouldn't surprise me that you get a lot of mail, and i thought one of them should be from me. mine contains not only thanks and praise, it is also a suggestion for a topic, although you may have many, and many already decided, but i think it might be important.

"Which muslim country?" for example. every time islam is discussed that islam beeing a good religion it is argued that this "muslim" country does this and that "muslim" country have done that. i think i might be important to clearify that there is not such country in the world today that can be regarded as muslim\islamic country. in every country there are huge evidences. eg: in tunisia and turkey hijab is partially forbidden (in turkey the naming newborn Muhammed is also forbidden!!!), but the most evident is that no country govern with islamic laws nor beliefs. there are things that totally oppose islam. many people have escaped from their home-country to not be opressed, because they criticize the authority. muslims in these countries are opressed because they practise their religion.

this topic will not only help non-muslims understand, but also remind muslims that there is something wrong, and everyone has to start with themselfs, practicing islam and obeying Allah correctly.

may Allah guide us & help us, wassalamo alaikom

At April 12, 2007 5:47 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Salaam brothers,

I just wanted to let you know that a friend of mine sent me the link to your video on You Tube. I think that it’s about time that our generation began to express the truth about our wonderful religion. I am very proud of being a Muslim and can’t thank Allah enough for making me one. Your videos express everything that I have been explaining to my co-workers and others that are misguided about Islam. I wanted to ask you if you can do another show with the title of Culture vs. Religion for Women. Unfortunately a lot of men think that it’s the religion that gives them the power to treat women differently, instead of giving her the right that Islam has given her from birth. My co-workers always ask me why is it that the women don’t have a choice in marriage, when in reality that is really a cultural association that they mix with Islam. I want them to know that Islam gives the women permission for marriage and/or divorce but it’s the lack of Islamic education and great emphasis on cultural up brining that makes it a taboo for Muslim women. I am not saying that parents don’t have the right to choose or that divorce is a good thing, but I know many girls are forced into marriage or to stick through an abusive one.

May Allah give you guys the reward for guiding the ummah on the right path.


At April 12, 2007 5:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I would be nice if you make a video on Time Management since a lot of us
don't use time wisely

Jazak Allah Khair

At April 12, 2007 5:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalam aleykum,

Jazakallahu kheirun for the beautiful work that u r doing. It is both educating and entertaining. and most importantly, halal.

I wonder if u could take on the issue of young people. Here in UK and in many other places around the world, wants to be like 50cents, gangs. they think it is COOL! because (they think that what americans do)

So it is about the music, the designer clothes and image! what the media is creating to be coll and acceptable(being skinny and all)

wassalam aleykum

At April 12, 2007 5:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

As-salaamu `alaikum dear brothers,
I'd like to translate subtitles of your videos to Arabic. but your English is not so easy for me.
would you please put the script written online so we can spread the word Insha' Allah?

At April 12, 2007 6:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu Alaikum Brothers,
I just want to start out by saying Jazak Allah for "ummah Films". Not to waste much more of your time, I have a quick suggestion for your "ummah films". It a topic that i believe plagues many of our Muslim communities and needs to be discussed: Racism. I think that it's about time someone point out the fact that this is in fact totaly against Islam, and should'nt happen at all. Particularly the racism towards African Americans, or even people who are simply darker that ourselves. Please, I highly encourage you to address this issue, it's very crucial to this Ummah's progress and betterment. You might receive help from the Qur'ran, the following ayahs, and a hadith:
"And among His Signs
Is the creation of the heavens
And the earth, and the variations
In your languages
And your colours; verily
In that are Signs
For those who know."
Holy Quran 30:22
"All men(includes women) are equal in Islam, the Arab has no superiority
over the non-Arab, nor does the non-Arab have superiority over the Arab,
save in the fear of God."
Prophet Muhammed, peace be upon him.

O Mankind, we created you from a single pair of a male and a female, and made you in to tribes and nations so that you may know each other (not that you despise each other). Verily, the most honoured of you in the sight of Allah is he who is most righteous of you." (Al-Quran, Chapter 49, Verse 13)

Jazak ALlahu Khair for your time. May Allah (SWT) bless you all and your efforts. They are indeed much appreciated. Salaam.

At April 12, 2007 6:01 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

As-salaamu `alaikum,
i really think that ummah films should do video on how to be a proper muslim in school without standing out as the class wierdo..yes i am speaking from personal experience..but would like to see how you would handle it.


At April 12, 2007 6:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assakamu Alaikum

How goes it??

I've seen all your clips on youtube and think they absolutely rock. Your way of presenting them really enforces the message!!...Also, I only saw this the other day where you ask viewers to put forward any suggestions they have for future episodes... I was thinking- benefits of halal meat?alotta people here(Australia....yes, you're being watched on the other side of the globe) just don't seem to get it.When they hear the animal is cut thought the jugular vein and is bled to death they rant on about cruelty to animals, this that and the other....Hope that's considered!



At April 12, 2007 2:56 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Assalamu Alaykum,

I suggest a reminder video on the topic of young people in school. How they should and should not act.

JazaaKulah Hu Khayran

Turkel Anwar

At April 12, 2007 7:30 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Just brainstorming...

I think it would be nice to do a topic on the hijab. For example, some sisters believe that simply wearing a hijab makes them modest even though the rest of their attire may speak otherwise. I think it's important that everyone understands that modesty is a state of being & intention in addition to a state of physical appearance. Some Non-Muslims seem to associate the hijab with oppression, when it fact it is something beautiful that is done by choice so women aren't oppressed by society's focus on materialism and looks.

Another topic may be about conversion and how some converts feel that the actual act of conversion is so lonely. Sometimes, Muslims are happy to know that a non-Muslim is converting - yet then culture steps in and the convert is still an "outsider" because he's not of the same culture.

Anyway, just some suggestions.

At April 14, 2007 5:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the comment listed above about a RACISM V log is excellent idea, since it will appeal to everyone.

At April 14, 2007 8:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear brother! Jazakum Allah khayr for your all your wisdom and your ability to simplify things for us, wallah you have liked lighten up the way, may Allah keep His nour shining on you and always help you insha allah in this life and the hereafter and accept you straight into jannah inshallah. Just wanted to ask you whether you can compose a new video blog about the racism which exists within the ummah, for example many Muslims are more nationalistic and proud of their homecountry above all than being a Muslim when in fact it shouldn't be like that as the Prophet (pbuh) said that the first thing he was proud of was that he was a Muslim and the second thing was that he was an Arab. In the Quran surah 49 it says we have created you into male and female and into different nations and tribes so that you may know one another and recognise one another (forgive me for not giving the exact saying) and the only one who differs is the one who has most taqwa, and in another hadith the Prophet (pbuh) said on the last sermon, no arab is better than a non-arab and no white is better than a black person. I think the strength of our ummah lies in our diversity, it should be appreciated and celebrated but unfortunately it is used in the wrong way so that one can convince the other that he/she is better than the other and this is dividing us. And the fact that nationalism is becoming stronger amongst some Muslim communities is a threat to our ummah and Muslims should realise that this is the desire of the West to separate us etc. I'm sure a videoblog about this matter will reach the attention of millions of Muslims and inshallah will make a good change bithnillah. What is your opinion? What do you think of this idea? I look forward to hearing from you inshallah.

I wish you all the best

At April 15, 2007 3:42 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Salaam brother
I watched u in London and mashallah u were fantastic! Just a couple of suggestions for reminder videos. 1stly, seeing as ur doing a whole series on marriage, one on 'living with in-laws' would be great, as so many young people are having problems with their in-laws. Just saying about the rights of the wife from her husband and how much she actually has to do for his family islamically.

Secondly, a reminder on 'bidah-innovations.' People have come up with the most strangest and scarriest things, which they label as 'islamic'. If u cud compile sum of these and do a video on them it would be good...an eg. is the prophet (SAW)'s birthday (Milaad-un-Nabi). I personally know people who get2getha and pray and go especially to certain people's houses who claim that they have a hair of the Prophet (SAW). Without realising, they actually end up praying to that and not Allah. Astaghfirullah! Allah-u-a'lam! May Allah guide us all to Siraatul Mustaqeem (The straight path).Ameen. Tasleem

At April 15, 2007 9:51 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Salam bro,

i'd like to say somethin abt the films. well...u know ur a guy and ur doin the films. well i think it wud be nice if there was a girl there in ur vids too..or maybe on or 2 vids...im just sayin cuz im a girl and all i hear wen i go to the mosque or confrences that only or mosty men make the speeches and stuff...uhh women know as much as men do ..rite? rite? so shouldnt we get a chance to speak?

like yesterday i went to an Eid-Milad-ul-Nabi gathering and there was only men doing the speeches and the naats and humds..i mean theyre great and all but i'd like seein a girl up some where no??

just like you to know :)

Allah Hafiz,
Hira Rashid

At April 15, 2007 6:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Salam! I was wondering if there's any way you can do a Reminder video on peer pressure for us young Muslims. (Ex: on alcohol, parties, pressure from friends)

There are a lot of situations that young Muslims in non-Muslim countries have to face everyday. We see other fellow brothers and sisters participating in a lot of things that they shouldn't be (astagfirullah).

It would be cool if you could make a video to address those issues. It would help in a way to deal with those things, knowing that we're not alone in rejecting negative things in our environment and focusing on strengthening our faith instead.

JazakAllah Khairan

At April 15, 2007 7:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

mashAllah and welldone for your work.

It might be helpful to do a reminder about the fitnah of the internet these days...example of facebook, hi5 etc and how men and women think it OK to look at each other's pics and chat etc.

May Allah SWT reward you always.

At April 16, 2007 11:51 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu alaikum

I watched the whole 1st season and liked your work very much. May Allah be
grateful to all of you.

there are some suggestions, thou..

I want to suggest an editing trick to you which I have years of experience.

try using more than one audio track (non linear editing) and as your video
editing styles changes scenes rapidly, sounds associated with videos will
sometimes be cut off early or start after person started the sentence. you
can have one continous video channel and two channels completing each
other so that no disturbance in listening is experienced. and it might
also strengten your fast-paced style of presentation by continous speaking
witout deformations or cut-outs.

I advise you to use adobe premiere pro, you can download a trial version
from adobe com.

infact the appearances are not that important, but they are still
important. If you are planning to reach tens of thousands of people which
pays attention to what they see as they hear, you have to look good on the
camera. A little bit of makeup, good lighting and some visual effects will
make it look very much more like a professional project. You might try
increasing color saturation by some (%10 to 20) and add some basic
blur-like effects to face images look smoother.

hope to be of help, and if you have questions about the suggestions I have
here, Id be glad to help.

may Allah be with us.

Burak Bakay | warnerblade com

At April 16, 2007 1:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It would be nice if there was a Reminder video on how teens could resist the temptation of dating. because it seems like everywhere you go muslims are dating! and even the good ones give into the tempation. I would really just appreciate if there would be a reminder video on the ways to say no or to even avoid those types of situations. And i know this video could definantly help ALOT of teen muslims around the world.

At April 17, 2007 9:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Asalamualikum brothers,

Thank you for the great reminders, I'm looking forward to the future ones.
I was thinking perhaps you could do a reminder on how muslim women are treated by muslims (male & female). For example (correct me if im wrong):
1. I am being looked down on for wanting to learn about islam a uni, apparently females cant be scholars - wasnt Aisha (ra) a female scholar?
2. Women not being allowed to go mosque? I think its more culture related, i know its not mandatory for women, but still some people say women arent allowed..- in the prophets (saws) women went to mosque if they wanted, no barriers, thry prayed behind the men.
3. How people say women have to stay at home - i understand diff bodies/emotions = diff roles, but still working is not forbidden - khadija (ra) ran a business..
4. Women must do all house work - didnt the prophet (saws) help with the house work?

i just feel muslims need to be educated a little more that men and women are a team together. in the time of the prophet (saws) women went to the battle field to tend soilders wounds etc.. but this would never happen in muslim communities today. What is in the quran and sunnah about women n gender issues, isnt really how most muslims behave in this day. I really wonder how things changed and became backwardly cultural in most muslim countries.

Do correct me if im wrong, im still trying my best to learn. I would be happy (im sure others too) to see a video of this, as I really do believe muslims need to be reminded of this.

Jazak allah hu khair

At April 17, 2007 9:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalaam Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa barakatuh,

I had an idea I thought I would share. It is quite different from the ummahfilms clips. I was thinking how about if someone were to make a movie of like life of Prophet Yusuf (AS), Chapter 12 in the Quran is a complete narrative of this story so we already have the story in written form, we would just need people to act out the parts. I'm sure you're aware the ulema have declared that it is impermissible to show any of the Prophets - but it shouldn't be too hard to make the movie without showing a physical being for Yusuf and his father Yaqoob. I don't know how beneficial such a movie would be, but I don't think the majority of Christians and Jews are even aware that we believe in many of the same prophets. Let me know what you think of the idea and if you see any possibility for ummahfilms to produce such a movie. On a final note - to my knowledge such a movie does not exist - the closest to it is a cartoon version in Arabic. Though Haroon Yahya has made something about prophet Yusuf, its not really a movie.

Jazzakum Allahu Khairan,

Assalaam Alaikum

At April 17, 2007 9:23 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

asalam wailkium brothers, i think what you guys have done with ummah films
is great, informational and fun. I had an idea of a short film aimed at the
muslim audience about the central problem of power hungry corrupt muslim

The film is set during the abbasid period of islamic history where the
khalifah is based in baghdad and rules over vast amounts of land, but the
khalif himself is a power crazed, self obessed emperor.. who is challenged
by a local general, its kinda like a gladiator style film ie the slave who
became a general, the general who became the Amir... the Amir who defied the
Khalif.. in the end the amir becomes so loved by scholars and ordinary
people that the khalif cannot risk killing him, in the end they both come to
a duel. Aims to show how todays muslim leaders abuse their position as if
theyre the caesars of this ummah.

this is tahir from Uk sigining out.

At April 17, 2007 9:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

assalamu alaikum...

Im a 16 year old girl and i wanted to say that mashallah i think ummah films is great. I only came across it by total chance last night and im really glad i did. Its not only inspired me but has been entertaining too.

Last night i wanted to watch a movie so i went on youtube and typed in 'films.' Alhamdulillah instead of me watching some other american movie ummah films came up and i ended up watching the video blogs by Ali.

I found them very interesting, funny and tonight i even got my little brother watching them.

I have an idea for Ali though because one of the main issues as a teenager that i've come across between muslims, is the divide between muslims.

For example 'sunnis'and 'jamatees' or even 'indians' and 'pakistani' muslims etc. I find this very disturbing because i dont see why
these divides are actually there.

At the end of the day if we're all muslims we should feel like a large united family. Surely Allah only knows who is a true muslim out of us all and therefore we should leave it upto him to judge

Please could you do a blog about this especially the stereotypes of
'indians' and 'pakistanis' because this divide is very very common in the UK and maybe also in the US. Do you think it would work as a blog?

InshaAllah if you have time then please can brother Ali reply to this email as i wanted to see whether i could help in any way to help ummahfilms.


At April 18, 2007 9:49 AM, Blogger ukhti23 said...

As Salaamu Alaikum wa Rahmatuallahi wa Barakatu:

May Allah guide you and continue to make your Reminders a benefit for you and the ummah in this life and the next, and keep shaytaan and his fitnah far from you and your family. Amin. I follow the manhaj of the salafi-salih and I like the fact the messages apply to ANY Muslim of any affiliation and hope that the Reminders guide them to follow the sunnah of Rasulillah(saw).

Here's my idea: How about a Reminder on back biting? The fact that it's so easy to fall into is what makes it so evil and hard to stay away from. Even describing someone by a physical characteristic can be back biting. There is a hadeeth (it's narrator's name escapes me) in which Rasulillah(saw), Abu Bakr and Umar(ra) where travelling together along with a servant. They all stopped to rest somewhere and in the morning the 2 companions woke up first. They saw that the servant was still sleeping and jokingly remarked that he was sleepy. When the servant finally awoke they sent him to the Prophet(saw) to get some food. The Prophet(saw) told the servant to go back and tell Abu Bakr and Umar that they had already eaten. (Allah had revealed to him what they had said.) When the servant told them, they were upset and did not understand. They went to Rasulillah (saw) and he told them that by saying something about the servant he probably wouldn't like, they had back bit him, and so had already eaten. They begged Rasulillah(saw) to forgive them, but he told them to ask forgiveness instead from Allah and the one whom they'd back bit.

At April 19, 2007 3:59 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is in response to your message to a sister about a new video you are working on - The right person to marry -

May Allah SWT guide you to give out good messages, INshALLAh.

Finding the other half is extremely difficult, especially when you are trying to get married for the right reasons. Some people marry, because the find other sex attractive and very pleasing, others decide to marry because they think its time and its what Allah SWT wants us to do. Also, because doing things in right way keeps both sides from sinning.

The difficulty arises first with deciding who might be the potential candidate. Secondly, maybe out of all the 5 (hypothetically let’s pretend there are 5 candidates) one has to find out if they are even interested. And the important part, telling the parents. You already mentioned in the video, parents wait for wedding to take place once you are financially stable and blah blah. This is nonsense, infact getting married shouldn’t be that difficult. You marry someone because you Love ALLAH. You want to do the right and inshAllah with Allah’s blessing the new life of the couple should become easier than difficult.

Finding the other half is also difficult for Muslims girls especially in USA/Canada, because unlike others, we tend to ignore mixed gatherings. Even when we are in college, only until class we are comfortable speaking to the brothers, after that, even in our MSA’s we don’t even raise our eyes when are brother walks by (or try not to). Allhumdulillah most brothers do the same. Parents again find this very irritating because they think you are becoming too religious and if “we” don’t find a good brother/muslim in college for ourselves, they will be choosing one from back home [because they don’t know enough people from their own country/neighbourhood in this country]. What is sad is that they are strictly hesistant to discuss this at their Masjid, and if you force them, they say “we have done our job and told people around but don’t expect us to be going around masjid to masjid and asking everyone” To be truthful here, I think Allah’s house would be the best place to look for a partner. Insteand, I think ALL western masjids should have this service available.!
Honestly, there is no problem with a spouse from back home, as long they are willing to understand the situation they will be living in once they arrive in this western country (remember, this brother/sister from back home didn’t even travel before let alone sit with a couple of non-muslims and engage in a conversation.)

Also, online Muslim websites – now really, how honest and truthful they are? Also we actually signed up to one and its asking us to pay to get exclusive package and deals. Astagfirullah, bringing two people into a bound of bound, there is much reward given by Allah SWT and instead they want to make lots of money off that?? What is this world coming to we ask.

There is so much more we could write, but I think we gave you an idea on some of the difficulties we face. As young educated Muslim sisters, we pray to Allah that He gives us and our parents’ lots of patience, because it is only when HE decides, the other half would be discovered, inshAllah.

At April 19, 2007 11:25 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Brother i enjoy your clips. Alhamdulilah i see it as a type of dawa.. I actually have a good topic.
Ill tell you how this topic came about and well from your past clips i know youl come up with more.

well i was going to a saturday youth halqa and my friend's sister was driving us in a Lime Green VW Beetle. Well she is a hijabi. and the funny thing was when we hit a traffic light this guy in a 4x4 truck.. u know those white guys and there trucks well this guy was hittin on this pooor hijabi. it was halrious actually. he was like cute car. and asked where she got it from. then he saw a flower inside and said cute flower does it come wit hthe car. and then i had a feelin he was gonna take it further (u know wat i mean) so i just told him to shut up. and told her just to speed up.
so the topic i would love to see is about hijabi sisters getting hit on non muslims. just an idea. So in short a reminder for the sisters and guys how to react when a boy or girl is hittin on you.


At April 21, 2007 5:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i would love to see a video about whole concept of MODESTY, i knw that its not merely limited to the physical dress, but also how we act, however, there are people i know who focus so much on the physical dress - act of modesty, but forget internal part of modesty, that we should have within ourselves.
i also think we need a reminder about how wrong it is to DATE, every1 around me seems to be doin it! i think this would be very benefical for muslim brother and sister-especially the muslim youth!
THank You

(Sister in London)

At April 22, 2007 6:24 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

selam, I would like to know more about the difference between shia and sunni. and why are some people make a big problem of this issue. it would be nice to make a reminder video about it. And you can self learn about shia. thanx

At April 23, 2007 2:18 PM, Blogger Sofs said...

yes, i got an idea....number ONE: WHY are all Muslim areas dirty and the nonmuslim ones nice and clean?? i'm sure you know what Im talking about...It's like a disease. Doesn't Islam say cleanliness is half of faith? wohow, if this is the case,,,what is the state of our ummah? SHAME on us!

NUMBER TWO: WHY can Muslims never be PUNCTUAL? Have they ever heard of being on time? It's an AMANAH, a promise you got to stick to. Ppl purposly come late to invitations, weddings, appointments etc coz they know that the rest of the Muslim gang comes late anyways...Even the Muslim speakers come late whose speeches are about dawa and being good Muslims...seriously that just annoys me(expressed mildly).
you got my point,,,you can elaborate on them if u think it's a good idea...coz u got enuf to read. that's it, KHALAS wa Allah ma'ak

At April 23, 2007 2:23 PM, Blogger Sofs said...

got an idea:
number ONE:
why are all muslim areas dirty and all nonmuslims one clean? doesn't islam say cleanliness is half of faith?? woho, if this is the case, our ummah is in a bad and filthy state (literally)...i won't bore with details, u can elaborate urself...(if u want some, let me knw)
number TWO...WHY are all muslims NEVER on TIME? why? muslims purposly come late to weddings, invitations, appointments coz thy KNOW the rest of the MUSlim bunch will be late anyways...its an AMANAH, a trust... I think its a GLOBAL DISEASE which needs tackling...
KHalas, that's it. Allah ma'ak.

At April 23, 2007 4:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I enjoyed your hijab video, and was wondering if you can make a part two.
One that spoke about the women that only cover because they get married to
a muslim. Most of these women don't have any true knowledge about ISLAM and
some don't even bother. I know many that as soon as they got married they
covered.They are giving us converts a bad name. And they are the ones that
make it seem oppersion and not a choice to serve ALLAH. Hey I was under the
impression that we cover only for ALLAH. And the men that allow this to
happen are dumb as well. If their new wives asked them if they want them to
cover for them, they need to replay with no. And teach them the path to
ALLAH!! this would be nice if you can bring this subject out in the open
thanks a bunch!!! And may ALLAH bless you.


At April 23, 2007 4:39 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear brother Ali
Asalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah

I hope you and your family and the ummahfilms crew in good health and eiman.

I have watched all yor videos and I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and ask Allah (swt) to reward you for you have truly made a difference to many people's lives.

One topic area that I feel is very important to discuss is the issue of unity. I wish you can discuss the sunni vs. shia issue which is becoming prominent now a days. Some people think they have the right to point fingers at people and call them non-Muslims just because they belong to a different sect. I hope you can show that there are very few differences between the Muslim sects and talk about the importance of unity in Islam.

Please respond to this e-mail and let me know what your views are.

With Dua's

A Muslim sister

At April 23, 2007 4:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello. just want to say that i think your films are unique n funny, n it makes ppl see islam in a different light and not as something very serious, which is what most people interpret it! n that its sum type of religion tht jus completely oppresses u wich is so untrue. ANYWAY, I KNOW HW U HAVE 2 READ THOUSAND N THOUSANDS OV EMAIL, SO IM GONA KEEP IT SHRT N SWEET! N O YEH,an idea for the future films ur going to do is tht maybe u can do a film where a young musim is bein brought up in a western society, n jus like, show all the problems they have 2 face everyday, n make it in2 a really gud plot basically based on tht, tht will attract so many young muslims out dere, like maself =D n relate 2 dem, wich may help them connect 2 islam more, coz it's related 2 dem more, you know wat am sayin?! lol, sumfin like tht, n is this like a proper film ur doin? im quite confused, like a proper cinema film? but yeh, keep up the gud work, n inshallah u will become more n more successful. n u dnt need 2 reply bk if u r in a rush!! i understand take care n KEEP UP THE GUD WORK

At April 24, 2007 9:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalaam alaykum Brother,

I wanted to congratulate you on your Reminders. They were so true and made me laugh!

I have a suggestion for a reminder and I know it's a sensitive issue but it is the topic of Mortgages and Interest-based loans. I hope you will use it insha'allah

Many muslims will get a mortgage and use the excuse that they have to because there is no other option. They think that renting, even though it is halal is foolish and a waste of money. They underestimate the fact that dealing with Ribaa is a major sin and Allah says in the Quran that Allah and the Messenger (SAW) are at war with those who deal with interest..AND then there's the NOT SO ISLAMIC "Islamic mortgages"!!! DON'T even get me started on those!

Asian parents actually (mine included) want and tell their adult children to get mortgages so they can boast to the next person "my son's got a house for £200,000" or wateva! what is with that???!!

Maybe you could do reminders on each of the major sins.. So many people will bear false witness and think nothing of it esp to protect family etc etc

I think those would be useful insha'allah.

At April 24, 2007 2:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalam Alaikum

Firstly May Allah reward you in this life and the next for the fantastic work you are doing.

My suggestion is a small one but is so often overlooked. A reminder video to all the muslims out there who think it is ok to sell alcohol. Including the restaurents and one stop stores. We need to give them a reminder about how haram what they are practicing is. Especially here in the west.

Hope it helps the cause


At April 24, 2007 4:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu-alaykum wa rahmat-Ullaahi wa barakatuhu!

Masha'Allaah I have watched the video reminders and feel that they are entertaining yet informative at the same time. I don't know whether these ideas that I am about to suggest have already been covered, but I thought I would suggest them anyway, seen as you like reminders!

It would be an idea to maybe do something on:

a) Music-as many people think this is halaal, and in this same field perhaps the issue of the Film industry, esp 'Bollywood', as unfortunately many of us Muslims are brought up on these films,and many Muslims use these actors as role models, and actually live their lives by these films asthagfirullah.

b)Also possibly on the matter of marriages, the 'exchange marriages' that seem to be prominent in the Asian families. Not only is the nikah not valid but if the person does not love the person they have been 'forced' to marry, even a repeat nikah is not valid...see www.islamqa.com. Although I understand there may be differences of opinion on this...

c) Also alot of people think that being a dutiful child means obeying each and every command of their parents, and the parents also believe this. I just want it to be emphasised that this is not so...obedience is only in what is correct, whether it is your parents, spouse or anyone else. Alot of people unfortunately obey their parents and marry a girl from 'back home' to please their parents, and then mess around with other girls, who apparently are not 'marriage material' to keep themselves 'happy'. This really saddens me, as it is far too common, and these people think that they are making a 'sacrifice', which Islam orders them to. I mean, fair enough, if you are going to marry her, and then be faithful, and fulfil your duties then so be it, but most of the time the 'sacrifice' just means that all these other girls are being 'used', and the 'parents' are happy, as long as the son/daughter has married where they say, cos that is a dutiful child. I will say no more, though I can go on forever on this topic...

d)Possibly discuss the fact that in order for ones nikah to be valid both parties need to be praying salaah at the time...so what about all those Muslims who got married without praying and have children from them marriages? See fatwa-online.com.SubhaanAllaah!

e)Finally the issue of hurting others, and thinking that this is done for 'what is best' for the person. Who gives us the right to decide what is best for someone, esp when that means that you betray, use or hurt the individual. People are so busy in their own lives, they don't have time to check up on the next person...it is so sad...May Allaah SWT guide us all and forgive us our sins-ameen!

At April 24, 2007 5:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalaam alaykum!

Just another idea for a reminder that came to me.

The topic is "seeking knowledge"..

This is for all those muslims who when you're about to give them some beneficial islamic knowledge they say "Don't tell me, If I don't know then I won't be accountable in front of Allah as acts done in ignorance are forgiven!!".. WHAT?? So u don't wanna know.. do they even realise that Allah will know that they had the opportunity to find the correct information/knowledge but didn't take it and they will be accountable for that???

Many of these people are well-educated in the western sense and could gain knowledge by reading but don't because they don't want to change their ways..HOW can these people who have the ability to find out use the excuse of ignorance???!!

So many muslims will not even read the Quran with translation for fear of what they might find out!! Subhaanallah! And how many of these lose out on the easy good deeds earned by reciting Quran?? TEN rewards for each letter!!! That's a bargain! All of us who sin need these good deeds!

May Allah guide us all. Ameen!

At April 25, 2007 5:41 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alsalam Alekum, mashAllah loads of ideas.
I personally feel that you should NOT get urself into the whole sunni-shia thing, and keep well away from talking about bida's etc. Keeping your specific believes private is better, as once you open such topics, people will label you and make up things about u.

I would reallly like to see a video about the importance of Quran &/or why we need to be close to Allah SWT. Sometimes i look at other teenagers and think, why are they acting like 'wannabes'? Maybe they dont see how life is so short, and living it for Allah SWT is more worth it than living it for the pleasure of others. Making a video about these 'wannabe' teenagers, and how they are corrupted by the bad influence of friends/internet/media etc would be very appealing to a large audience, as many listen to your videos, and addressing this sensitive issue in a humorous way can really be successful inshAllah.

Also, chating to opposite gender, and inter-mixing. Especially for many cultures, 'chilling' with opp.gender, be it cousins or family friends is seen as normal, and the troubles from doing this are infinite. Talking about the reasons why free-mixing is not ok would be great.

Finally, discussing how youngsters place a totally different person when they put pictures on the internet. You see girls who pick their 'best-side' and all their pictures seem as if they are beautiful, but in real life, they are nowhere near. And you get guys who pose topless, or have special effects, alongside fake earings and like you say 'bling bling', but they are just acting like that to live up to friends and society standards, another form of 'wannabes'.

Allah SWT make you stronger and help you with your videos and addressing this Ummah.
Hope 2 see more videos from you inshAllah.

At April 25, 2007 11:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu-alaykum wa rahmat-Ullaahi wa barakatuhu

Just remembered some very important issues which you could discuss insha'Allaah, and that is thaweez (amulets).A lot of Muslims think that using thaweez is part of the faith, and to not believe in this thaweez is a great sin, subhaanAllaah, and yet many Muslims don't emphasise salaah as much as thaweez. This is Shirk! One of the major sins!

Something which is quite comical is that whenever something doesn't go their way they have to have a 'kitaab opened', as apparently someone has done some black magic on them, and guess what! SubhaanAllaah the person who they feel is qualified in this matter always says someone has! This is also Shirk! Only Allaah has this knowledge and no one is qualified to make such statements of the Unseen!

Also other issues that come under the heading of Shirk are having intermediaries, peers (and I'm referring to the people these people visit), and even calling on the Prophet SAW as though he SAW is alive and can answer their prayers, asthagfirullaah. Also the topic of khathams, which people celebrate on the 4th, 40th and anniversary of deaths (which correct me if I'm wrong is a Hindu tradition), not to mention the khathams done over food for just about any occasion. It may be an idea to discuss the issues of al-barzakh-although don't know how you will make it light-hearted, but insha'Allaah Allah SWT will help you.

Also the issue of darbaars and graves, and praying to the dead, once again SHIRK!!

Another matter which seems to have become 'fashionable' among the Asian Muslims is the 'dhikr' sessions, where they gather in congregation to recite 'Allaah Akbar' etc, you know what I mean. Rather wouldn't it be better if they taught the people how to recite the Quran, or other relevant issues relating to the deen.Some people attend these sessions where one lady makes the dua, and she is put on a pedestal asthagfirullaah, and is called to other sessions to make dua. Why can't we pray for ourselves? In this same issue the women have to buy a new outfit as they are going to a 'dhikr'. Children as young as 6/7 years old seem to be attending these sessions of bidah.

Finally the issue of celebrating birthdays, including the Prophet's SAW-CONTROVERSIAL!

May Allaah SWT forgive His believing slaves, and grant them success in this world and the next-ameen!

At April 26, 2007 3:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum Brother,

I am a muslim who waches your videos on youtube and on your website. And i have learned so much from all you videos, I think there great and funny and it teahces us a lesson that we should follow as a muslim.

I had a few suggestions that you should (if you want) come out as a video. I think there should be a video to show muslims that it is haram to have a boyfriend or girlfriend. There are many people that i have come across who are muslim and are in a relationship and talk about there problems with there significant other. The advise i give to them or when I hear them i say or tell them that to make it easy for them is to break up with them since it is haram because they would talk about how they are confused about there relationship or if one wants to get married and the other doesnt then why are they in the relationship int he first place(even though they know its haram)......idk if you ever thought about making a video on that or if it counts on votes. But i think it would be a great idea to have video on a topic such as this since you came out with a video on marriages such as the parent negotiations.

I hope what i said make some sense and hope to hear from you soon



At April 27, 2007 5:40 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have been watching a lot of your videos on youtube and mashallah they have been excellent. I am now beginning start to look for a job as well as a lot of other muslims around my age from my local mosque. We live in London and practicing muslims in London find it more difficult to get a job than non-muslims and I think if you made a video about "job interviews whilst being a muslim" with tips on job interview questions, (i.e. working with women, prayer leave etc). it would really help us in getting a job and our rights in the workplace.


At April 28, 2007 8:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamuaalaikum Brother

Thank you for creating the reminder series. Some of it are really an eye opener yet presented in a very entertaining way. In other words, it is a very gentle reminder.

Can you perhaps look into producing a reminder episode about eating halal food as there are Muslim brothers and sisters who are not at all paying attention to what they eat ?

May Allah reward you and your team for the good effort.

At April 28, 2007 1:44 PM, Blogger faz said...


it would be nice if you could do a talk regarding how a BEARD makes a man, more of a Muslim man

since you did spend time to make 1 on the sisters with hijab

At April 28, 2007 11:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Asalamailakum Brother,
Thankyou so much for these amazing videos. MashaAllah they are all so very nice. It is essential to constantly remind muslims, especially the youth of islam and how to solve problems islamically and MashaAllah you are doing a very good job(May Allah reward you InshaAllah).
Maybe if possible you should do a video on sacrficie and patience. A lot of times after realizing something is wrong, such as a relationship etc. we are unwilling to give it up because we dont see the good in it. But when we are informed of the reward from Allah swt that we will inshaAllah get for giving up something for his sake will make us stronger. and along with giving up we need to understand that patience is important.
(i also read Shani's suggestion which is good too on time management).
Allah Hafiz

At May 02, 2007 9:36 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

asalam alaikum
it would be great to see something on the importance of the beard.
maybe not a whole episode on it but you could bring it into another topic, e.g. about the youth or something.
inshallah this would be great because there is alot of focus/talks given on women and sisters issues...some attention to the brothers please!
asalam alaikum

At May 02, 2007 1:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

good film about HIJAB brother, good for you !
Well I live in France and there is a LAW banning Hijab in Schools and all civil jobs, etc... You rarely get a job as a hijabi, maybe in a halal grocery shop or so... So most young women here don't wear Hijab at work - alright, if you don't want to fight for your rights - but why can't they wear it out of work. Do a subject on that, and i'll do the subtitles in french and german Insha'Allah.

Anyway, I love your work, and I wear Hijab day in day out and will have to open my own business to survive, but i'd rather that than go around half naked...

Salam aleikum brothers and sisters.


At May 03, 2007 11:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Please do the Racism found when brothers and sisters go on HAJJ, and the crazy nasheed scene with screaming sisters but more importantly the Racism.

Jazahkhallair Khair,

May Allah reward you for your efforts.

At May 06, 2007 1:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

aslaam alaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuhu,

First of all, thank you very much for making this kind of videos.People are going to think about Islam. GO ON!

The real reason for sending this e-mail is that I want to ask you for a favour.On one of your videos you said that you liked it if we will come up with ideas for the videos. Last week I was thinking about one of the pillars of islam: paying zakaah ( charity).
The next facts:
-There are ( well) 1,2 -1,5 miljard people muslim.
-if you take that the half of it is poor than you have 500.000.000 muslims who can pay zakaah
- If you value that one muslim deserves 500 dollar in a month
- And every muslim should pay 2 procent of his annual deserves.
*than you will have 500.000.000*(500*12)= 3000.000.000.000.dollar
3000.000.000.000/100= 300.000.000.000 dollar *2procent= 600.000.000.000.

I valued that muslims can give 600 miljard dollar in a year to charity. But why do we see so much poor people. It can only mean that not every muslim pay his zakaah or his doesn't pay it corectly.(ALLAH, the MOST HIGH knows it better)
Would you like it to make one of your videos about this paying zakaah. It will be a great job.

Thank you very much.

Asalaam alaikum,

At May 06, 2007 3:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I think u should do a video on segregation, or the lack of it!!! Hijab just doesn't exist on our bodies, it exists in our behaviour, and how and who we should interact with, and to what degree!!! some muslims freely mix with the opposite sex irrespective of the topic of conversation, or the nessecity to have those conversations... Inshallah I hope you will do something about it.

At May 10, 2007 2:41 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

salam aleikoum brothers
i would like to sugest you a subject; the separation in mosque of women and men by a wall ... and i would like too talk to you about something that happen to me, it at the last aïd al kebir, instead of going to my usualy mosque which is very far i whant to this mosque not far from my work... So at 7hoo i was there and this mosque was seperate in two level upstairs for the women and downstairs for the men... so i go upstairs and nobody where there, i wait i wait men where going upstairs and when they see me they go downstairs in my head i was asking euh where are the sisters the wives the childrens i usually see in mosque ?? so for an Aïd i had pray ALONE and i was very dissapointed and it was very strange i never whent back to this mosque... and i felt very like ashamed because i think usually men go upstairs and i took the all upstairs for me anywayz this was my little story
i am very sorry for the mistakes i speak french usualy
salam aleikoum

At May 14, 2007 12:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

can you make a video about teenage romance or muslim teens gone crazy or something? i have this problem in my school. muslim girls and boys are dating other people and doing innapropriate stuff, with other muslims and non muslims...
if its possible, can you please make a video on this topic? i think it would help my classmates and many other people. im only 14

thanks a lot again


At May 14, 2007 1:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Salam aleikoum brother,

Your video at UF are very enteractive and in the same time entertaining that get attention to Islamic issues and I suppose thats is why you are making those videos. I would like to suggest a video about the Muslim Character in SCHOOL. Since i'm a teen and I go to high school, some of my muslim freind act really diffrently in the masjid. In school everything is changed from their way of dressing to their way of speaking and hanging out with girls. So If you would like to amke a movie about it will be very usefull especially for teen.s Thanks :)

Mohamad Al Khabaz

At May 15, 2007 1:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

salaam bro
How about, a video about how to respect our elders

How to be with Muslim as well as non Muslims

About the Death, like how some people are thinking that death only kicks in when they are older, they don’t think it can be anytime anywhere…
sis Dia:)

At May 18, 2007 5:19 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Asalam....can u please make a video over halal meat and all..coz people at ma work criticoize me over it..and i ahrdly have knowledge and i dunno what to say..

At May 21, 2007 9:39 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

if you guys make video on muslim girl's or boy's friendship ,that would be great. because my famiyl everytime my parents and uncle ask me whether i mix with boy or not.i m living in USA and studying in a public school..it seems very normal to talk with boy to me..but my familly don't want me to do that..this makes me uncomfortable when i m out with my parents..so i really want to know what the problem if we just tlak with them and have friendship? and how it should be the relation if a muslim girl have an affair with a muslim guy?if they know for sure that their parents are going to accept them.

At May 28, 2007 6:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It would be really awesome if you guys did a reminder video on converting to islam and what that means. also the struggles of young muslims. Thanks for everything!

At June 02, 2007 11:54 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

salamu aleykum

I don't know if this was all ready opted, but I was thinking of doing something about 'the stupid question people ask about being a muslim. You know things like: What do you eat at home? eeuhm, foood that kind of stuff, you know what I m saying? you know what i mean?

At June 07, 2007 8:45 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alsalam alekum. Hope ur well.
Adding to the point above, it would be good as well to mention stupid Qs like...do u hav hair under that thing? is it stuck to ur head? do u keep it on at home? do u shower with it on?!!!!
Also, an interesting issue to adress is hasad, and how ppl dont want the best for others. U can do it in a jokey way, like exagerate eye movements as the person who is commiting the hasad...and like an evil smirk. Because these days, esp within close society, u get ppl in school hating others because they are better, or no1 wanting any1 to be happy, and that is truly very terrible.
May Allah SWT enlighten ur heart and give you the means of making a change to this ummah.
Wasalam alekum..

At June 10, 2007 6:25 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

As-salaamu `alaikum,

Your videos have enlightened the masses of muslim youth and let people truly reflect and remind ourselves of the flaws we commit everyday as muslims-- inshallah Allah (swt) my reward you and all those who contribute to the work and those who have improved themselves

Couple of topics to consider:
1) Nationalism-- its unbelievable the separation that goes on with muslims--- paki vs. arabs (and further egyptians vs. lebanese vs paliestians vs morocco, etc.) vs. irans vs bangs vs.afgans .
Just "characters" --all of these groups so proud with there flags around there shoulders and THEN each of the groups break down to north vs south-- with whose better and sterotyping the other "lebanese are concited and lie"-- "iranians nothing but gamblers and hypocrites"---"pali owning supermarkets selling pork and alcohol"-"afgans are thiefs smoking with spanish girlfriends"---"JOKE". Seen people debate whose better muslims!!!!-- who are WE to JUDGE, bashing the other-- assuming the people are as corrupt as their govt-----"JOKE" everyone is to be judged on their actions not where their from or even their parents-
We all muslims-- and there is no need for such factions-- and we are so similar --yet mere pointless "culture" turns us against each other-- which shouldn't EVEN define us at ALL. So sent a "reminder"to those who have forgotten-- we are all MUSLIMS, and better united than apart.

2) you go into the whole sunni / shia thing-- but it may be risky---people are so skewed with calling themselves shia or sunni -- I seen people crack jokes and sterotype-"go chain yourself shia" - with reminder were all muslims-- its controversial so i dont know

3) gossiping--backbiting is sin that just about everyone is guilty of...Some hijabs are notorious (not sterotyping lol), and brothers (i believe in equality)... people assume without making excuses for their brothers and sisters--and a
desperate reminder is needed.

Hope these suggestions are helpful and continue all that you do inshallah. I defiently have stolen your phase "JOKE" and incorpated it in my everyday lol. Mashallah - for your dedication and intentions to all of the ummahfilms.com.

Ma salaam,
someone who loves to be reminded

new york

At June 20, 2007 12:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

As-salaam o laikum wa rehmat Allah. :)

Perhaps you could do a video on "Confused Muslims" as I call it. This could mean anything, such as sects, Islamism, etc.

Or perhaps a video on Shariah in the Western World?

Or tradtional Islamic clothing vs. Western clothing, the pros and cons, etc?

Maybe it's not your thing, just throwing them out. :)

Keeping it halal first and real second,

At July 10, 2007 4:03 AM, Blogger Mad Max said...

Asalamualaikum WWK. I live in San Diego, CA. Thanks for the reminders brother Ali, although a reminder, it does wake some muslims up to focus on the things needed to be worked on. Anyways, i was wondering if there would be a film about Parking. The masjid I go to has serious parking issues and some people have even parked in front of neighbors driveway, thats just the begining, im sure you know many other stories.

At July 28, 2007 4:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalam Malaikum

How are you? I just saw films on youtube and i got so into it. I am replacing watching other type of videos with that. I just wanted to know if you can do a film about how a wife and husbands relationship should be like. I always see that the husband is more superior to the wife or women treating men as they are much superior. ( No Offence to anyone) Can you show the equality that there should be . Since your videos r view by millions , i want at someone to start acting and treating others equally.

Jazak Allah Khair and Take Care

At August 03, 2007 3:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


k so im gona make this short cuz i no u get a lotta comments as it is.

heres my ideas for ur videos:
---music: a lot of ppl no that musics wrong but they dont exactly no y, so they listen to it cuz they dont see y its wrong, so u can cover that topic if u think its good enuf. And hey u could also brief ppl on naaths (not sure how u spell it).
---death: one of my friends said she was very confused bout death and the day of judgement and all that, and that she would like to get a clear cut discription of how its gona be, she was even wondering wat happens to our souls when we die. And I've found that many ppl think they know this stuff but they actually dont...so if u think thats a good enuf topic to cover that would be great.
---hijab: ok so many ppl have this mixed view on whether hijab is required or not, sooo many ppl its ur choice and that allah doesnt care whether u do it or not, now i no its not true but thats wat their parents say, so plz do a video on such things that ppl consider choices, even tho they happen to be requirements.
---sects: ppl get so confused bout different sects, theres so many, especially in muslim countries. and theres so many disagreements on it all and it starts fights, especially the shia/sunni difference. so plz explain wat thats all about and whether u can pray with ppl of different sects and other such topics bout different sects. And if there are any hadithes bout sects plz mention them as well :)

K so those were my ideas, bcuz a lot of ppl i no happen to get confused on these topics. I hope my ideas helped,and that ur next videos will involve them soon!!!!

Cnt wait to see ur nect video!!!

Sry i made this comment so long, i didnt intend to at first, but once i started typing ideas i kept thinking of more :) sry i no it must be so hard to go thru sooooo many comments all the time, ur probably extremely busy as it is. may allah help u get thru all ur comments and make more amazing videos come inshAllah!!!!

---anonymous ummahfilms lover

At August 06, 2007 4:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatu Allahi Wa Barakatuhu

Marshallah I must say you are a very good reminder you make people open their eyes. I think it would be great if you made a reminder film about
muslims that lives a double life (insh)
what I meant about that is that there are sum muslims, when they go outside their hose they do haram and live their lifes like kaffirs. but when they return back home they read quran and they know so much about din. Do you anderstand what I'm trying to say?

Barak el afik

waleikom essalam

At August 15, 2007 8:54 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

salaams ummah films thought id post a list of topics as suggestions for your reminder videos::

- purifying your intentions (doing actions solely for the sake of Allah ,, not da people!)

- how 2 spend ur time wisely & what 2 do when u have lots of time 2 spare! (avoiding temptations etc.)

-the dangers of falling in2 1 or all of the following categories hypocrisy, lying, cheating etc..

hope that helps,, sis Alia

At August 22, 2007 2:08 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

As Salaamu Alaikum Ummah Films,

SubhanAllah, it's funny I stumbled through youtube and found some of your funny and educating blogs. I needed this lift! After watching a couple, one in particular that had me laughing tears...I thought SubhanAllah, this is really the way I had been imagining our youth stepping up and teaching others.

I then wondered....you know...mothers are the first teachers and many of our sisters today are experiencing alot of difficulty maintaining their id, including me at times...so....is there or have you guys thought of a way to reach out to that particular audience? I def think a couple blogs that reached out to our sisters by relating to them would be immensely valuable. what do you think? hmmm...i don't know just a thought at 1:14 am if we can educate the teachers then the students can be taught the right way...hmm"educate our teachers" i know it sounds backwards, or does it. anyhow... i have yet to watch all your blogs, but i'm def spreading the word. Takbir!

Jazakum Allah Khair

At August 23, 2007 8:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu Alaykum Everybody,

I thought that it would be really cool of there could be a video on Sunni-Shi'a unity so I am just putting that idea out there ...


At August 29, 2007 2:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


At August 29, 2007 5:07 PM, Blogger Asha said...


I've been thinking about this for a while now and it would be really good if you did a video on gender inequality focusing on male hijab. Now you may be thinking... male hijab??? We mustn't forget that our deen is characterised by "hayat" - modesty. This is not limited to just sisters. I feel at times that we get a hard time as hijab seems to exclusively apply only to the female half of the Muslim population. Brothers also have a responsibility to dress in a modest manner etc. Some attention brought to this topic Insha Allah will make people more aware of the way they present themselves as this does not have to just apply to attire but also to conduct.

Jazakallah Khaiun

At September 13, 2007 11:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi again,
i couldn't wait till u reply, its juts there's alot going on my mind..its going wild..!!
now that ur a modern youth who speaks our language..youth's language! or lets say the way they understand it better!! i think u should really really concentrate on a very important topic!!

how to make it even between donya and deen!
alot of ppl here are muslims, and i'm one of them...but donya is a very big concern to us...we love it..we want to enjoy every bit of it, we love life..we wanna live, have fun, succeed..adapt with the ppl around us..with the culture..we want to build our character, have our own independant character that can be loved by all...behaving Islam like..and living donya away from Haram.

let me give it to u in another way.!
Hijab..alot is confused..is Hijab (wajeb) ? as in every muslim woman should wear Hijab?!! or is it not wajib..but preferred?! is it a MUST..? or is it just a preferred way to symbolize Muslim women??!
take it from a prepective of a woman who doesn't care how guys would look at her, she dresses decsent..(as hijab is all about decency and islamic attitude) but doesn't cover her hair..because she is an active woman..she is outgoing..she is practicle..always on the run...she likes to go on her own adventures! hiking, sky diving, sking, water skiing, horse riding jet skiing, she travels here and there.!! and to her ..the hair cover is preventing her to go easily.! she believes she can portray Islam in all her actions, in daily life, in work, while eating, sleeping, drinking, talking, dealing with people...etc but it just STOPS to the point of putting the veil..(veil) as in the hair cover..she's decent in her clothes i say..but no hair cover

thats one of the most contreversial topics that misleads muslim women these days and distracts them from concentrating on more important stuff! distracts them and pulls them behind from everything else they do, because it keeps them thinking( WHAT DO I DO) and they want a solution...something that CONVINCES them and gets them to adapt with their (ON THE RUN) life!

i seriously hope u read this, and think it over! and reply to me!
honestly..ur a rope of hope that i for some reason held on to! i seriously need to discuss things! so plz don't let go!

thank u for ur time

At September 14, 2007 1:48 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu Alaikum brother Ali,

I have some suggestions about the proposed video about sects in Islam [Unity and Division]. There are some points I believe you should consider before doing that video.

I'd be very grateful if you could read the e-mail I sent recently to you e-mail ali@ummahfilms.com

Please, if you're going to do the "Unity and Division" video, then read my e-mail.

Thank you for the wonderful job you're doing, and may Allah reward you for all you effort.

At September 18, 2007 8:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

salam alaikum
i would like to see a video that exposes the "directly approach a hijabi if she is not shaperoned" events that happen all over the world especially here in the us. and the inapproapriate way they adress the hijabis. (i have had both done to me and im married!!) it is wrong to say hey baby to anothers wife or to a hijabi or any woman for that matter unless she is your wife!! and look at the clothing these guys wear they look like wannabe gangsters, and those loud shirts they wear at times!! where have all the religious men gone?

At September 26, 2007 12:16 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

as salaamualaikum wa rahmatullah
well done on using the gift that Allah blessed you with in producing those educational and funny videos.There were some topics from the viewers feedback I agree are good like :
2)Time management
3)amulets(taweez) and shirk/bidah
4)Agressive/angry, unforgiving people people - think loud voice and big eyes and put in the parking issues and road rage.
5)job interviews - had a friend who showed up without hijab at an interview though she normally wears it - was hired and subsequently fired when she showed up with it.
dont think this is the place for sunni/shia/other sect issues
wa salaam

At September 29, 2007 3:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


What you are doing with your time is very much appreciated and done in a way appealing to everyone. After watching a response from a non muslim to your videos posted on youtube, I realized that it is possible for any non muslim to benefit just as muslims are.

My idea for a video is this: for richer or poorer. show examples of how rich and poor muslims take care of each other...or the lack of it. superiority vs. inferiority. what brotherhood in islam means. there are no financial levels when it comes to muslim brothers and sisters. no matter how poor, or how rich. how important it is to be humble (learn to be humble in character) and give to others...and feel no regret. having ''pretty things'' doesn't mean you have it all. and yet, having ''pretty things'' could mean you have it all based on how you live your life, how you contribute...spend your money or even portray it in your own home.

another idea could be: servant of Allah.
in most royal families in general, there is a lot of household help. as well as in regular wealthy families in gulf countries. there are different ideas in lots of homes on how much ''freedom'' to allow a helping maid. in many cases the household help are in fact muslim, they are not prisoners, rather servants of Allah as they serve them in their employer's homes as well. there are different ideas as to how children of the house should treat household help...again superiority vs. inferiority...just in a different situation. though, one that is damaging when bringing up children to believe certain things.

I dont know. I just really appreciate what it is that you are doing and want to help! May Allah reward you! Duaa can never be underrated!

Sumaya S.

At October 03, 2007 8:25 AM, Blogger Allaa said...

Assalamu Alikum
Ramadhan Kareem

.backbiting/gossiping/spreading rumours

.Muslims who see themselves better than reverts/look down on them.

.respect towards parents/elderly.

.and of course the infamous boy/girl relationships

.jazakallahu kulu khair. Allah Hafiz


At October 03, 2007 8:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Potential Script for

The (Bad) Muslim Shopkeepers

Suggested by Brother DI (UK).
Actual names witheld to protect the guilty.

Assalaam walaikum,

This is brother 'Ali' with another one of this reminder series.

We all know that Islam tells its believers to speak the truth, and uphold high moral values in whatever walks of life we choose to lead.

This is the expectation in the fields of trading and business, where Prophet Muhammad stated that
one must clearly sell what is considered to be halaal items, that one must always state the nature of what one is selling,
and above all be honest in the transactions so that both the seller and buyer are pleased.

In other words, do not profiteer by witholding goods, do not deceive, ensure that all goods are good (not mixed with bad), and have a good refund policy if the buyer wishes to return the item.

But it appears that some brothers are not listening to this.

So here is a reminder for those Bad Muslim Shopkeers, who give Islam a bad name.

(Incidently, all of these are true personal stories)


Ali : Assalaam walaikum bro, is this meat halal ?

Butcher : Of course it's halal. Don't these signs labelled "halal" say the meat is halal.

Ali : Yes they do, but I'm only asking as it's my 1st time in this shop.

Butcher : "Are you an Iranian" ? (said in the usual Baba Ali accent)
...(or, as my 4 yr son would say "Are you an Onion ?")

Ali : What's that got to do with my question ? Anyway, can I have that piece of Halal meat.

Butcher : That's not halal.

Ali : What do you mean that's not halal. You just said that the meat is halal.

Butcher : That's not halal. The meat over there is halal but not this.

Ali : (shock) You're selling haram meat along with halal meat ?
Why ?

Butcher : Thats for the non-Muslims. It's cheaper.

Ali : But how do you know which is which ?

Butcher : I know.
: The meat on the left is haram. The meat on the right is halaal.
: No, the meat on the left is halaal. The meat on the right in haram.
: Yes, that's it.

Ali : (Concerned) Listen bro, if you do not know which is haram and which is halal perhaps I will go elsewhere.

Butcher : NO, NO. Trust me, this is halaal.

Ali : (reluctantly) OK.

The butcher takes the meat and begins cutting it up. At the same time he is not mindful of being

Ali : Err, Bro. Is this meat fresh ?

Butcher : Yes, its fresh. Took delivery of it today.

Ali : So, why are you wiping your nose while you are handling the meat ?

Butcher : I've got a cold.

Ali : Shouldn't you be in bed ?

Butcher : No, I need to work.

The Butcher sneezes into the meat, much to the disgust of Ali.
Can you believe this ? he sneezes into the meat.

Butcher : Don't worry.
Cook it properly and the meat will be fine.

Ali : Hi bro, how you doing. Ramadan Mubarak.

Shop-keeper : Ramadan Mubarak to you.

Ali : So, where's the Dates ? I need them to break my fast.

Shop-keeper : Over there in the corner.

Ali : I just love Ramadan, you know. The dates, the drink and the food. Subhanallah, you really appreciate what you've been given.

Shop-keeper : It's a month of blessings.

Ali : It sure is.

So, Ali goes into the back of the shop and grabs the items he needs.

Ali : Hey bro, are these chilli's fresh ?

Shopkeeper : Yes they're fresh.

Ali : umm, so why are the good chillis on the top and the bad (rotting) chillis underneath ?

Shopkeeper : Don't know. Ask my worker. He may have done this.

Ali spends several minutes picking out the fresh chillis from the bad ones.

Ali : Is the ginger fresh ?

Shopkeeper : Yes they're fresh. Took delivery this morning.

Ali : I'm not too sure bro. Seems someone has mixed the fresh ginger with old rotting ones here in this crate. It's going to take time to pick out the good ones.

Shopkeeper keeps his head down. Pretending he didn't hear.

Ali : So, how much is all this ?

Shop-keeper : £30

Ali : What ?

Shop-keeper : £30

Ali : But I bought the same items only 2 days ago and they were £20.

Shop-keeper : It's Ramadan

Ali : I know its Ramadan but whats that got to do with the prices.

Shop-keeper : Prices go up in Ramadan

Ali : Prices go up in Ramadan ? Why should prices go up in Ramadan ?

Shopkeeper : It's the only month were we actually get to make more money.

Ali : Wait a minute.
You raise the price of goods in Ramadan so that you can make more money ? because you know that the fasting person has no choice but to buy from you.

Bro, this is not what it means when it is said "Ramadan is the blessed month".
Blessed month does not mean you are 'blessed' to hike (raise) the prices.

Are you not ashamed of depriving the poor who are fasting and now need to spend more
to get the same items as 2 days ago.

Shopkeeper : No

Ali : Why not ?

Shopkeeper : Because all of ones sins are forgiven in Ramadan

Out of town, away on business.
Feeling very hungry in an unfamiliar town when I discover this establishment.

Ali : Hi, is your doner-kebab halaal ?

Shopkeeper : Of course it is, I'm a Muslim.

Ali : OK, so I'll have a large donar-kebab with all the trimmings.

The shopkeeper goes into the back room and his shop-assistant
(a female non-muslim) approaches me

Shop-assistant : The meat is not halaal.

Ali : What ?

Shop-assistant : The meat is not halaal.

Ali : But he said it was halaal.

Shop-assistant : He says that to everyone to asks him whether the meat is halaal.
We don't get halaal deliveries. All meat comes from the local english butcher.

Ali : (Look of shock/horror in his face).

Shop-Assistant : I'm sorry, but it looks like there is nothing halaal here for you.
: You could try the place down the road. That's definately halaal.

Ali : Thank you for you honesty (as Ali walks out of the shop).

Can you believe this ?
A muslim lies that his kebabs are halal when they are not, just for the sake of his business.

A non-muslim tells me that he is lying and she actually apologies to me because this means
I am without any food.

Ali : Hi. I'm looking for a Muslim Magazine called "...."

Shopkeeper : It's there on the middle shelf, near the top.

So, Ali tries to find the said magazine and is horried at what he sees on the top-shelf.

Ali : Err, brother. You are a muslim right ?

Shopkeeper : Yes.

Ali : So, what are you doing selling porno magazines on the top-shelf.

Shopkeeper : It's business.

Ali : But businesses must be halaal.
: Selling halaal items, so that you earn halaal keep.

Shopkeeper : You're not a scholar. Either get your magazine or get out.


The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) stated that

"It is not permissible to sell an article without making everything clear nor is it permissible for anyone who
knows (about its defects) to refrain from mentioning them" (Baihaqi).

The Prophet of Islam has also said:

"Sell the good and bad separately. He who deceives is not of us" (Muslim, Ahmad).

The sin of fraud is greater if the seller supports it by swearing falsely. The Prophet has said,

"Swearing produces ready sale but blots out blessing" (Bukhari).

So, to those Muslim shopkeepers who think they can take their fellow Muslims for a ride
because they have no other place to buy halaal goods.

Think again.

Fear Allah and don't profiteer from us.

Treat us well and we'll come back to you.

This is Ali reminding you in case you forgot.

This is Ali reminding you in case you forgot.

Brother DI

At October 03, 2007 9:04 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


If anyone liked my script for
The (Bad) Muslim Shopkeepers, (especially Baba Ali himself) they can email me on


I have other 'scripts' and topics in mind.

At October 06, 2007 9:16 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

After reading your little piece entitled ''ramadan hunger'' on the blog...it reminded me of some stories I once shared and received from others. An idea for another video could be based on what you started to say in ''ramadan hunger''. No matter how bad you think you have it, there is always somebody else that has it worse. There could be a video made to show examples of people that are saddened by something in their life but then listen to somebody else's story to shockingly realize how Allah blesses us always...and in every way. and how the second person that shared their story also realizes that they are blessed by Allah with their life since there is a third person out there with a different story as well. It's like a chain. And so the chain continues ironically until each and every person understands that dwelling on a certain happening or so called misfortune can almost be called a selfish thought that they can happily get rid of. Such stories shared from and with different people unite the muslim ummah and bring them even closer to the Lord of the Worlds insha'Allah. they could be an eye-opener to many.

Jazak Allah Khair,
Sumaya S.

At October 11, 2007 5:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

its so cleaver to approach such a topic in this funny
way so that people will listen.

I'm a Muslim living in Canada and I'm wearing Hejab the "right way" alhamdalla. but i get the question (why do you wear it anyway) like a million times! and since i just moved here a couple of years ago they think that its a part of my culture or that I'm wearing it for my husband and if i were single i would be walking around in a mini-skirt :\

i know that it was easy for me cuz i was raised in Saudi Arabia, born in an educated Muslim family that was capable of answering all my questions (so i didn't have to make an effort to search. although if i decided to, my father has the biggest library ever! just to prove that they were educated and all answers were book-based) so i grew up and my faith is strong.

but cuz i never lived in a non-Muslim community, from the first day i moved here (Canada), people were asking me all these questions. i wont say silly cuz every question matters, and i prefer answering them than people assuming whatever they want. but I'd say trivial things that i never notice that Muslims are doing it differently than other people, or asking if some weird ideas they heard about Islam or KSA were true and i never heard them before :\ but i do search for the information and answer them out of knowledge cuz Allah is watching and will ask me about everything i say. also by using right answers it might have an effect on that person, who knows?

but the most repeated question is "why do you wear it? you're out of KSA now, its a free country here and you can wear "normal" cloths. your married??! your 24! too young! it must be your husband then who is forcing you to wear this, poor thing" AND IT DRIVES ME NUTS!!

i try to explain:
1. I'm buying my clothes from the same store you are. so if your clothes are normal, mine are "normal" too.

2. I'm not wearing this for the culture, ppl or husband. the Hejab is a religious thing that i chose to do, don't confuse it with the (abaya) which is the black cloak women wear in KSA: THATS CULTURE!

and FYI: abaya is NOT Hejab. its just a black cloak women wear and some women unfortunately wear the "convertible" Hejab with it using a black veil to match. those girls usually don't wear Hejab at all when they travel and only wear the abaya for the people in KSA not Allah subhanh o ta'ala.

3. WHY does it exist in Islam?
that's the big question. i found more than a way to explain it to westerns here.

first part is, and this video explains, i wear it so that people would treat me as a person according to my personality not as an abject based on how i look.

the second part is that cuz I'm wearing the Hejab, it shows ppl that I'm a person of principles even if they don't know Islam that well, they know how hard it is to wear it in a community that is not prepared for it like KSA. and this reminds me: Why are guys EVERYWHERE? why do they think that if the classes in schools and universities are mixed then its better? or in parties and gatherings that have nothing to do with guys and they get bored in them too (like a group of girls going out to dinner and their guys don't even know each other!) its not that I'm against guys -I'm married to one LOL- its just that if there is no reason for them to be there DONT be there! it makes it easier for girls to be themselves and talk freely too. and if girls want to have "fun" and want guys to be around, there are places for that! go to a bar or something :P

the Final part (which i like cuz it boosts my self-esteem) is that I'm too PRECIOUS. no one deserves to touch me or even see me in revealing cloths. its just like a woman in the west who is in a relationship reserve herself to sleep with the person she is with (normally if she is faithful) i do the same thing, reserve myself for my husband even before i met him. and not only save myself and not sleep with anyone, but no one can even enjoy LOOKING! (people that go to strip clubs and people with daughters & sisters know what I'm saying :P) so I'm precious, unreachable and out of everyone's league. reserved for that one person that will be there for the good AND the bad :\ not leave after the sex is over or when i gain a little weight LOL

So i guess my idea is explan why do muslims do what they do so that non-muslims would understand and see the logic in Islam

also talk about profit Mohammad, there is alot of wrong info about him in the media.

Keep up the good work!
and JazakAllah khair

At November 17, 2007 3:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


JazakAllah for all the great videos! I really appreciate the work of Ummah Films! Mashallah it is EXCELLENT!
May Allah always support you and make UF very successful. Ameen!

I came up with this idea when I thought about what my sister said to me. I wear Hijab, Alhamdolillah.
Once I asked my little sister (13 yrs) if she wanted to start to wear it, and she said that she really wants to do it but is very insecure because she is afraid of what her friends might think...

When she said that, I wondered how I can kind of convince her without starting to discuss it with her in a bad manner. I know that I can't force her or anything, the one thing I can do is to be a good rolemodel. But that's not enough to make her stop being afraid of what her friends might think of her if she starts to wear hijab. I don't talk about it with her because I don't know how to say it right.

Another thing is that people don't know how to talk properly. I have noticed that almost of all the parents I know yell at their children when the children do something wrong. And the children start to hide things from the parents because they are afraid of them. What if the parents learn how to explain things to the children?

"How to convince/explain/talk in the right way" is a suitable topic for everyone who need to learn how they should use their tounges.

I came across another idea while writing this comment.
Many kids these days don't know the value of having parents. It would be sooo cool if you can make a video where you talk about what parents are worth, how to behave with them and stuff like that! Many kids really need it!
"you know what Im sayin?"

Backbiting is also a topic which people have to learn more about. Im sure that there are a lot of people out there who don't know what a great sin it is to talk bad stuff about someone else.

I hope that our ideas help you to make the next season of the Reminder! I just can't wait! InshAllah it will be GREAT!
Just like season 1 & 2 Mashallah!

Wa Aleikom Assalam!


At November 22, 2007 12:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe you could do a reminder about what makes a muslim, because there are mmany people (like me) who are confused about whether or not we are a true (as in proper)muslim, and if not, how can we become one.

At November 22, 2007 12:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think maybe there should be a reminder that reaches out to all those people who think islam is bad, because I have been on some websites which says some extremley bad things about islam (look at www.debbieschlussel.com and http://patcondell.libsyn.com/) whcih needs to be responded to

At November 27, 2007 5:24 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

just wanted to say i think your 'ummah films' are AWESSSSUUUUM! i would be interested if you could do a 'ummah film' on how members of the opposite sex should act around eachother as i feel living in western society, its quite hard to act Islamically around non-maharam men. Thank you VERRRRRRRRRRRY MUCH and keep up the good work inshallah! ^_^ p.s i saw you at GPU and i think its GREAT that you dont let all this "fame" get to your head marshallah.

At November 27, 2007 5:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu'Aleikum!could you plz make a film on how we shld react towards boys as its hard!!!!! fanku

At December 12, 2007 1:07 PM, Blogger Rana said...

assalamu alikum bro

how r u doing ? i think it would be a good idea if there was a Reminder video about Fid , what people do in it and some of the mistakes that we have to avoid in Eid ...

wa assalam,
jazaka allahu khiran ,

At February 19, 2008 3:26 AM, Blogger HM said...

I think a really good idea would be to do a reminder about hajj, a lot of people go to complete hajj but seem to forget that they are there as Allah's guests. Some people do some really ignorant and stupid and yes i must say funny stuff.

Keep up the great work

At March 08, 2008 10:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

salam alikum
I often watch your films that I find very interesting, the way it's done is accessible to every one. jazak Allahu khair for that.
I wonder if you could speak about what i call with some friends "friday's muslims".
they are those who think they are watched only on friday or in the massjid or only during ramadan. Or they may think Islam prescriptions are only to be respected on those periods.
and the other subject you may talk about is the fact that lot of muslims whatever men or women think that defending Islam or preaching our dear religion is only to the men to do it. I know you know what I'm talking about.
InshaAllah you'll talk about it in the fair and best way.
salam alikum

At March 15, 2008 12:40 AM, Blogger Moderate1 said...

We need an episode on the Sunni/Shi'i divisions in our Masjids and communities, usually perpetuated by some "Wahhabi/Salafi" types.
Asalam Alaykum
Joshua Shahab N.

At March 26, 2008 12:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu Alaikum,

Your video's are very encouraging and inspiring, and they give comfort to the youth, like myself who are trying to practice, but feel like the odd one out, coz everyone else, is going in the opposite direction. So, thank you n Jazakallahu Kheiran.

I know you are probably would have been asked this, but i would really love to see a video on Music (umm, not sure if you touched on this, im still catching up on all your videos, as i got to hear about you quite recently). e.g. why is it bad? One thing is the instruments and message…so, you could take the message part, and act out a scene, of how a person gets influenced to do something, coz, the music sticks in his head, and gets run over and over again. And then he does the bad thing (in your words, ‘hhhharrramm’). How shaitan uses this tool etc…

Well, just my two cents
Keep up the good work
Sri lanka

At June 14, 2008 2:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

salaam brother Ali

please could you make a video on lowering the gaze for men, something that is happening way too much. Marriage is supposed to help brothers in doing this but what i have noticed is that even after getting married, they cant keep their eyes off other women. They should lower the gaze for the sake of Allah swt, but also how do they think that makes the wife feel? that she is not good enough for him? things like this ruin marriages and cause bitterness and negativity towards the husband. In the Quran before Allah talks about the veil of the woman, He talks about the veil of the man!! SubhanAllah. please brother tackle this topic its a very serious issue.

Jazakallah khair

At July 04, 2008 3:26 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu alaikum,

please could you make videos on:

-FREE MIXING (at school, uni, work): we all know it is haram, but always find excuses, and also could you give some tips...

-Also, nowadays, many muslims are busy " clarifying their image to the media", so as to sometimes do things which are not halal.
e.g. Some women may engage in some activities in haram ways, just to "proove to the media that islam does not oppress women".

-the last one, JUGING PEOPLE. I have seen that you have spoken abt that in many of your videos. But can you please mention it once again, making an emphasis on muslims juging other muslims because of the way the dress (this is one of my biggest problem, may Allah help me).
e.g: *some looking down on those who do not grow the bear or wear short trousers
* some backbitting sisters wearing the niqab.
After all, Allah the almighty says that , He did not send " you (O Mohamad) as a guardian over people". I hope I am not misinterpreting the verse.

May Allah give you the ability to achieve this, and grant you and all your famili Jannatul FIRDOUS. And give you success in this life and in the hereafter. Ameen

At July 05, 2008 10:32 AM, Blogger Moderate1 said...

Asalam Alaikum,
I would like a video about those that focus on hell. A khatbib put it perfectly when he was saying that he goes to Isha prayer which is and after prayer this guy reads 1 hadith. He said he's always reading hadith about if you do such and such you'll be in hellfire or if you don't do such and such you'll be in hellfire. It's late at nite people come for prayer, give them some good news! If we do such and such we'll be in paradise , inshallah! Give us some hope! Don't scare people away. Focus on the good things! Your haram police episode kinda touches on this. People flock to Islam because it promises paradise for the believers, not hellfire.

At July 26, 2008 3:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

u should do a vid where u explain y i am a ninja

At July 29, 2008 1:24 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi there Ali,
I must say I like the reminders video. I am a non-practicing Catholic and I am married to a practicing Muslim. We have our ups and downs and lefts and rights.... I can tell you that!

A Muslim married to a non-Muslim can be a never ending source of material!

At August 21, 2008 1:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey i think u shpuld do how to avoid major sins like eating haram
or zina
and etc

At August 23, 2008 5:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Salaam Ahlykoem,

I was thinking that maybe you should do a reminder video about superstitious Muslims.
My grand parents and other family members are big believers in voodoo(shor) and that’s not the part that bothers me. What bothers me is the ‘medicines and cure’ that they search for. They go to some scholar who asks for a lot of money, because how more you pay how better the cure! This scholar then tells them to do really weird thinks. For example they have to go to the highest mountain and slaughter a chicken. Or to burn some stuff and inhale the smoke. I don’t think these cures are Islamic. Because if it was wouldn’t the scholar tell them to recite some sourats from the Quran instead of burning and inhaling stuff????

Really these things drive me crazy, whatever I say I can’t get them to STOP doing it!

At August 23, 2008 3:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


i think it'd be great if u did a video on "the influence of music" etc.
its a shame that music has become such a norm amongst the muslims.....i can promise to any1 frm the bottom of my heart,that if they're having trouble staying on track&being punctual on SALAAH,then give up music...you'll surely see the difference urselves...!!

(its amazing how much of an affect music has on our minds/feelings/lives....)

wasalaam x

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At September 13, 2008 2:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu alaikum ,

Baba Ali, I read in one of your articles that one of your "crazy ideas" was to set up a mariage network.
You then have an opportunity. Have you heard of the "the marriage revolution"? they are planning to set up a HALAL maritional website, you may want to contribute.
here is their blog: http://themarriagerevolution.com/

I didn't know where to post this , so sorry if this was the wrong place.

wa salamu alaikum

At September 20, 2008 9:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

so this is my first time this was a question to baba ali do you know my uncle he said he knows you his name is iqrar abbasi

At November 22, 2008 6:38 PM, Blogger Staci Novinger said...

Asalam Alaikum,

Thanks for the videos. They have helped my non Muslim family become more accepting of Islam, inshaAllah one day they will take that last step. Brother Ali I would like to see a video about Muslim brothers being good leaders of their families without being pigs.

Sadly, it seems that many Muslim men are following their culture and not Islam in the treatment of women. This includes mothers, wives, sisters, daughters, and even strangers. Many, not all, Muslim men need to be reminded that pigheadedness (is that a word) and hard heartedness has no place in Islam and the Muslim family.

At November 22, 2008 6:49 PM, Blogger Staci Novinger said...

Apologies I did not give clarification for pigheaded.
Arrogant, always right, yells, curses, puts wife down, and a list of others too numerous to mention.

This is for a friend and for the women I see in my area. I would love to see this video made.

At December 04, 2008 8:31 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about one on Backbiting (which is often done in the guise of friendly concern)?

At January 05, 2009 4:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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i wud luv it if u done a vid bout "is music halal or haram" as it is a very popular topic!!
thank u
mashallah u r very inpiring and ur videos r very useful and very funny
inshallah we will see many more vidz 4rm u..

At January 16, 2009 5:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

About Porn And Masturbation.
Since it's a world wide problem that's ignored much :(.

At January 22, 2009 5:17 AM, Blogger Wafi said...

Assalamualaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh,

I think maybe you should make a Reminder of about having good manners and show Islam is a peaceful and the real religion. And also put some intertainments like you used to, Ok!? Btw, maybe I can help you a bit and check my blog sometimes but I'm new in for this so, just wait for a few days, Ok? Good.

At June 04, 2009 11:37 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu alaikum

What does Islam say about Muslim clothing, there is conflict on many small points on whether it is sunnah. e.g. trousers should be worn above the ankles? Is short sleeves allowed for salah, ive heard it is makrooh. Basic little things like this

At June 12, 2009 10:05 PM, Blogger Sidra Fatima said...

Assalamu Alikum

it would be nice to make a video about giving Zakat... most muslims tend to forget about the annual zakat which not only purifies the money, also it helps many needy around the world.

JazakAllah Khair

At June 13, 2009 4:18 PM, Blogger Moderate1 said...

How about a show on how Islam is not just motions and mechanics to follow like a robot and forget the morals and ethics.. Its the adab, personality, aqhlag. Seems like some forget the most basic and oft repeated hadith, like a smile is sadaqa, it's a good deed to pick up an obstruction in the street, love for ur bro. what you love for yourself, brush your teeth! Muhammad saws was very hygienic and clean!, Muhammad saws took out the trash!, and He saws never struck anyone. InshAllah I can try to learn from His saws personality. Tariq Ramadan has a recent book about Rasullullah's saws character and somethings we can learn.

At October 28, 2009 8:26 PM, Anonymous Ibrahem Al-jilani said...

Assalamu Alaikum.

i think you should talk about when fighting comes in your life. I am pretty sure that in islam you should not fight unless it is for self defense. so does that mean until he does the first move on you then that will let u have the right to defend yourself? what if someone is making fun of you and making you mad by criticizing your family and personal life and religion. do u just have be very patient or should you fight for you pride and not let them get away by criticizing you so harshly. what if you trying to defend someone else? like a very good friend who is fighting for his pride or defending someone... if he is in a fight should you help him
? and of course you would have to fight if one of your family member are in trouble and you have to protect them. my question can be confusing and is long so im sorry brother. im 16 and al hamdullilah i havent been in any fights but i feel like it will happen to me sometime.......

this is unrelated but i really want to know were you are from. Are you arab? is that how you got the name Ali or did u change it to Ali ? u might have mentioned in one of ur videos but im not sure i dont watch all ur video but i do watch alot of them and i think they very nice =]

At December 29, 2009 3:35 PM, Anonymous mubeenaa said...

asalamu alaikum

an idea for a reminder should be the friendship between muslims and non muslim or a reminder about the relationship between parents and their kids

At February 04, 2010 4:51 PM, Anonymous Sheikh101 said...

Asalamualaikum WR WB..
Is it possible for you to talk about the restrictions to listening to music in Islam on your reminder series. If you put tips about that on your reminder series, it will easily help thousands of confused teenage muslims like myself.. I know that your humor will make ppl watch!

At February 13, 2010 8:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

it would be nice if you had a video on the following topics:
-hijab,whether or not it is fard,because my mom isn't letting me wear hijab because she thinks it would be dangerous in doing so in americas
-Muslim teens in america (because that is what i am,and since i dont live in a heavily muslim populated area,i could use some help with things like being muslimat school,and trying to find friends because im the only muslim at school,and all the girls there are boy-crazy)
i hope you can get to my problems insha allah...jazak allahu khair in advance!

At March 19, 2010 6:12 PM, Anonymous Zohaib said...

Salam Brother

I just thoguht a topic on how to discover true teachings and beliefs of islam would be a great idea as many muslims like myself dont agree with the cultrue incorparted in islam and the edited views of islams from the local imams

so maybe like what resources scholars ways to reach the truth and maybe sharing some ofyour own personal experinces

this would be really beneifical thanks

At August 22, 2010 4:15 AM, Blogger Faduma said...

Assalamo alaikom warahmato allahi wa barakatoho

I really dont' know where I can get a straight information about dogs because I have client that I work for who is blind, yet I know not to touch a dog. Some says this and some says that and my parent say something else. I tried to find information in the quran but I can't understand it. So here is an idea. Talk about Dogs?

by the way love your shows, masha allah and keep up the good work brother.

wassalamo alaikom

At September 10, 2010 8:59 AM, Anonymous khatira said...

Asalaamu alaik brother,
I've been watching your videos and can I say they are great mashallah, may you be rewarded Jazak allah. I've seen most your vids on youtube but I recently discovered the Ummahfilms.com website.

OK so here's my question: from watching, I see you can speak (persian) farsi/dari, I was wondering if you can try and make some of your vids in farsi/dari. I say this because you say somethings that are directed towards parents yet I know a lot of parents and elders that do not know english and wont be able to understand it (like my parents first of all). And I don't think I or anyone else can interpret it for them because you take on a few personas to show what you mean which makes a big impact (positively). So that when you are talking about "complaing" or "assuming its not their kids that are doing the haraam" and parents making some things easier for their kids/teens or adolescents like in this "$25,000 Muslim wedding video", how can they know or understand? Like you said, they haven't been to school or college here...and they may have an English barrier. And you along with the people working together raise some interesting and worthwhile knowing issues and questions to know and it will be great if our elder generation could have a chance to view it too. Especially this one and the complaining ones because I see it happening so much and its only getting worse! Its become kind of like a thing! You have to have A BIG Wedding for people who don't really appreciate it anyway and end up finding faults and talk how bad it was after attending. I know how stressed one of my own relatives and their spouse were while getting ready for their wedding. Yet they still had the pressure of doing it the "common way". So please if you can make some in farsi/dari too? I think that inshallah may make a difference.
Thank you,

At October 03, 2010 8:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think it would be great to have an episode about the importance of good friends.

At October 03, 2010 8:30 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Definitely one about cursing and drugs and dealings with the opposite gender. Also, I think an episode explaining the Islamic standpoint on homosexuality, because that's something that's not explained well very often.
Jazakallah for all your efforts!

At October 15, 2010 2:08 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

Asalam-u-Alikum warehmatullah brother...

how r u brother? and how's your faith?
brother can we have video on "HAYA MATTERS".

At December 23, 2010 4:41 AM, Blogger Aftab Kkhaann said...

Jazak Al-Kheer for what you have been doing

An issue among teenagers everywhere is that they like to hang out in malls, corner of the streets and places where they encounter girls.
These guys stare at girls, some even follow them and don't even bother to mind their own business if the girl is with her husband/brother/family. In your words..its a joookkkkeeeee..
If a girls is going hand in hand with a guy, this does not mean that they are girlfriend and boy friend. They could be wife and husband. So why don't leave them alone! Why don't leave every girls alone! If you are in a mall or on a steet corner, mind your own business.
This is what i would like your new reminder video to be about.

At January 01, 2011 3:49 AM, Anonymous Elisha said...

Qadak and Qadar, I would like to know more about fate and destiny in Islam.

At February 25, 2011 7:57 PM, Anonymous Sister in Islam said...


Could you please do a video on young, dependent new converts dealing with parents?Many people have converted several years ago yet haven't been able to tell their parents because too scared that they will send them back to indo/pak (living in Middle East,theres no foreign citizenship or security),or disown them, or just ruin their life.
Would really help save people's lives and help them deal with this extremely sensitive phase.


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Title:- Quran vs hadith?
Quranvshaith’s description
About Islam - No Hadith Needed!
Spreading the TRUE ISLAM.. without the corruption of Hadith!!
First of all im srry that u have to read a lot of writin-
I would put a vid of myself or even just my voice but I dnt want to!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!;)
srry I just dnt wanna show myself – n plus i might get stalked _just jokiiiiiiiiin-
….yh that’s kinda freaky
Anyways …once upon a time in a land far far away- well actually on my bed with my laptop I came across this chanel ‘quran vs hadith’
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They were full of hatred and disrespect towards the Prophet SAW. ASTAGFURULLAH.
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U do know that on the day of judgment our beloved Prophet SAW is going to make intersession for people who followed him and believed in Allah……….
Well lets just say that that’s one person less for who he is going to make intersession for
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These sayings are recorded and known as hadith_ (which means the saying)
So now, ‘quranvshadith’ Allah SWT gave you a brain do use it (in the Right way) to please only Allah SWT -(not shaitaan)
Oh and for the viewers plz keep away from this guy b4 he corrupts ur mind 2
-------------the end-------------------
I was hoping if you will be ever so kind to – well sort of make a video about this in ur fantastic blogs! Pretty plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz with a cherry on top!

also if you do get time to do this can u plz send me a copy of the vid. my youtube account is called proud2bmuslim1000

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First of all I have to say how much I luv ur videos. I’ve got a very small request to make, -----well kind of a big request but plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I wanted to make a vid but I didnt want to show myself on camera so I was gonna do it in written form but that’s BORING and its not gonna have any viewers.
Below is the video (“script”) that I was gonna type up into windows movie maker….(its about a channel called quranvshadith but I am not able to have a conversation with him/her as they blocked me as the found out bout my age (14 by the way) in one of my comments to the vid that sort of said something like “even a 14 year old will know that you cannot choose between quran and hadith- they are both essential in life”- he relied back and said “I cannot have juveniles corrupting adult conversations about this issue” and blocked me)….

Title:- Quran vs hadith?
Quranvshaith’s description
About Islam - No Hadith Needed!
Spreading the TRUE ISLAM.. without the corruption of Hadith!!
First of all im srry that u have to read a lot of writin-
I would put a vid of myself or even just my voice but I dnt want to!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!;)
srry I just dnt wanna show myself – n plus i might get stalked _just jokiiiiiiiiin-
….yh that’s kinda freaky
Anyways …once upon a time in a land far far away- well actually on my bed with my laptop I came across this chanel ‘quran vs hadith’
My first thoughts were ‘isnt it suppose to be quran+hadith?’ but later on for some stupid reason I watched the videos to see what they were about…
They were full of hatred and disrespect towards the Prophet SAW. ASTAGFURULLAH.
How can someone even imagine doing this and still call themselves a muslim.
U do know that on the day of judgment our beloved Prophet SAW is going to make intersession for people who followed him and believed in Allah……….
Well lets just say that that’s one person less for who he is going to make intersession for
This is my strongest point……….
how can you follow Quran without following hadith, coz the Quran was revealed by Allah SWT to Prophet Muhammad SAW by Jibra’il AS. SO Prophet Muhammad SAW is the one who taught us the Quran.
These sayings are recorded and known as hadith_ (which means the saying)
So now, ‘quranvshadith’ Allah SWT gave you a brain do use it (in the Right way) to please only Allah SWT -(not shaitaan)
Oh and for the viewers plz keep away from this guy b4 he corrupts ur mind 2
-------------the end-------------------
I was hoping if you will be ever so kind to – well sort of make a video about this in ur fantastic blogs! Pretty plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz with a cherry on top!

also if you do get time to do this can you pls send me a copy of the vdeo, my youtube account us called proud2bmuslim1000

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