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    (Original post by Zara2014)
    Calm down! No need to get personal. People like me, I have never commented on anyone's video.These two are probably the only good ones that come to mind.Yasmin Mogahed and amenankin cannot be compared. One actually does dawah and the other posts useless videos.


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    I used videos as examples but i know you get the point.

    Her videos are not useless. They're very beneficial mashaAllah and I've learnt a lot from watching her videos over the years. She gives great iman-boosting advice so give her a chance instead of being rude.
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    So they all do that do they? I agree there are a few who endorse the 'camel hump' style but its not many. There are amazing hijabi youtubers out there like amenakin or yasmin mogahed (amazing speaker) for instance, who aim to inspire other girls and make them love the deen but they still get comments from people like you telling them to delete their account because a muslim girl shouldn't show her face to the planet apparently
    From what I've seen those two are the only decent hijabi youtubers.

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    (Original post by Zara2014)
    Calm down! No need to get personal. People like me, I have never commented on anyone's video.These two are probably the only good ones that come to mind.Yasmin Mogahed and amenankin cannot be compared. One actually does dawah and the other posts useless videos.


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    OMG zara just leave it man.
    Have some decency to respect others choices.

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    (Original post by JuliusSeizure)
    From what I've seen those two are the only decent hijabi youtubers.

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    Incorrect. There are lots of really great female Muslim YouTubers but they aren't as popular as the "fashionista" ones so people don't really know that they exist. Personally I prefer these to the more popular YouTubers


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    (Original post by Ggmu!)
    Bipolar or something

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    .. lel cray cray



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    (Original post by Zara2014)
    Calm down! No need to get personal. People like me, I have never commented on anyone's video.These two are probably the only good ones that come to mind.Yasmin Mogahed and amenankin cannot be compared. One actually does dawah and the other posts useless videos.


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    You should check out Amenakin's youtube videos

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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    So they all do that do they? I agree there are a few who endorse the 'camel hump' style but its not many. There are amazing hijabi youtubers out there like amenakin or yasmin mogahed (amazing speaker) for instance, who aim to inspire other girls and make them love the deen but they still get comments from people like you telling them to delete their account because a muslim girl shouldn't show her face to the planet apparently
    Walahi I can't agree with you more. Girls with hijabs get policed by everyone under the sun. People be jumping out of bushes to tell you that your hijab/clothes aren't appropriate for a hijabi. I've noticed this one too many times. One Friday at the Mosque I saw this man telling off this young girl that her hijab pin was 'too sparkly and haram'...


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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    I used videos as examples but i know you get the point.

    Her videos are not useless. They're very beneficial mashaAllah and I've learnt a lot from watching her videos over the years. She gives great iman-boosting advice so give her a chance instead of being rude.
    Rude? I'm entitled to my opinion, just because you like doesn't mean I have to like her. Good for you that you find her videos beneficial, but I don't gain anything from her rather than makeup tips😏


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    (Original post by JuliusSeizure)
    From what I've seen those two are the only decent hijabi youtubers.

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    Check out yazthespaz, theSewist, emoshBoutique, shamsombrunette, lifelongpercussions, fatima ahmed, Fatiha's world, basma kahie, hijabirockz
    There are so many more decent ones that i can't remember right now. Open your mind a little
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    (Original post by SophiaLDN)
    Walahi I can't agree with you more. Girls with hijabs get policed by everyone under the sun. People be jumping out of bushes to tell you that your hijab/clothes aren't appropriate for a hijabi. I've noticed this one too many times. One Friday at the Mosque I saw this man telling off this young girl that her hijab pin was 'too sparkly and haram'...


    Sister, why put up a picture like that on a public forum?


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    (Original post by themorninglight)
    Incorrect. There are lots of really great female Muslim YouTubers but they aren't as popular as the "fashionista" ones so people don't really know that they exist. Personally I prefer these to the more popular YouTubers


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    So care to share some of these great YouTubers then?

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    (Original post by missfats)
    ggmu?
    Why are you on about him?


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    I don't know...I thought you fancied him :rofl:
    Then you said I liked Abdul so yh...

    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Really? I watch soo many hijabi youtubers and I've seen quite a lot of hateful comments towards them. Most are sugar coated comments that claim to give dawah to them but are slyly insulting them though.
    Yeh I've seen those sugar-coated ones actually....who do you watch?

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    Many muslim girls these days are shamelessly flirting with the opposite gender whether on the internet or in real life. I see your posts a lot on TSR and I evidently see guys flirting with you, but you don't flirt back. You keep it real and don't fool around so I respect you a lot for that.. Keep stayin strong to your faith hun :yy:

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    Ahha I'm actually really crazy myself..got to improve myself a wholeeee lot! InshaaA we all become better than what people think of us :hugs:
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    (Original post by Zara2014)
    Sister, why put up a picture like that on a public forum?


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    What picture?

    Should I photoshop a hijab onto Kanye?
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    (Original post by Zara2014)
    Rude? I'm entitled to my opinion, just because you like doesn't mean I have to like her. Good for you that you find her videos beneficial, but I don't gain anything from her rather than makeup tips😏


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    You wear makeup? HOW DARE YOU SHOW YOUR FACE TO THE WORLD and cause so much fitna like that?

    Stahp it
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    You wear makeup? HOW DARE YOU SHOW YOUR FACE TO THE WORLD and cause so much fitna like that?

    Stahp it
    I was being sarcastic🙉 still angry! I must have touched a nerve, oops!


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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    You wear makeup? HOW DARE YOU SHOW YOUR FACE TO THE WORLD and cause so much fitna like that?

    Stahp it
    lel she maybe wearing niqab though.

    Iqra just leave it man.
    I don't want my thread to be cleaned and closed.
    Just leave it for the sake of allah ya rab.
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    (Original post by SophiaLDN)
    What picture?

    Should I photoshop a hijab onto Kanye?
    Your display picture.


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    (Original post by SophiaLDN)
    Walahi I can't agree with you more. Girls with hijabs get policed by everyone under the sun. People be jumping out of bushes to tell you that your hijab/clothes aren't appropriate for a hijabi. I've noticed this one too many times. One Friday at the Mosque I saw this man telling off this young girl that her hijab pin was 'too sparkly and haram'...


    Ikr its ridiculous!!

    (Original post by SophiaLDN)
    What picture?

    Should I photoshop a hijab onto Kanye?
    Hahahahaha psrom

    shes started on you now. Good luck :rofl:
    Here come the fitna comments..
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    (Original post by Zara2014)
    Rude? I'm entitled to my opinion, just because you like doesn't mean I have to like her. Good for you that you find her videos beneficial, but I don't gain anything from her rather than makeup tips😏


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    Hey,

    I don't really know what starting this debate but you have to be fair and admit that the sister (Amenakin) does have some beneficial Islamic content that she posts sometimes. Not a lot, of course because her channel is a beauty channel primarily but her Instagram/other social media accounts are full of Islamic quotes and passages etc.

    No one is saying you have to like her but be open-minded and try to make excuses for her iA
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    (Original post by missfats)
    lel she maybe wearing niqab though.

    Iqra just leave it man.
    I don't want my thread to be cleaned and closed.
    Just leave it for the sake of allah ya rab.
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    (Original post by Zara2014)
    I was being sarcastic🙉


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    Lmao i was being sarcastic! I was trying to show her how ridiculous her fitna comments look

    I wear makeup myself. I guess my sarcasm isn't so obvious on tsr
 
 
 
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