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:mad: I forgot four other legends: Sayed Mustafa al-Qazwini, Sayed Muhammed al-Musawi, Sheikh Jehad Ismail (Replicant, thnak you for reminding me :D ) and Brother Yahya Hayder Seymour.

Sayed Mustafa al-Qazwini: really good speaker, very knowledgeable and very practical. I don't live in the USA and, so, don't know their problems much but, from what I can say, his lectures are always focused on these issues and he talks in a way that the locals in USA can have practical and modern solutions to the problems they have - something really priceless if found in a religious leader.

Sayed Muhammed al-Musawi: his knowledge is IMMENSE. I don't know if he gives lectures and, if he does, I have not seen any but his Q&A show on Ahlulbayt TV has made me his fan. His knowledge is a lot and very broad, covering nearly all aspects of Islam; from aqaed to fiqh (practical issues), he knows it all! :D

Sheikh Jehad Ismail: another of the speakers, like Sayed Mustafa al-Qazwini, whose lectures are oriented by his audience - English speakers - and their problems. I don't know if people would agree with me but I think his style is very much like Brother Hassanain Rajabali or, atleast as compared to other speakers, most like him.

Brother Yahya Hayder Seymour: I just :wub: this man! HE is soooo knowledgeable and, yet, so humble. I am always bugging him with questions and, despite him being such a busy man, he does reply to me a lot. Also, I like the way he is very neutral and professional. If you see him on TV, he is quite "expressionless" (I don't know if that is the right word) but his answers are very neutral and never have I seen him biased. I think we need to have this sort of mentality more amongst the Shias where they don't support views and ideologies because of a bias or because they were born into it but because they really see ti as the truth.

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@ Sister Alaweya, I can't watch the debate due to internet connections! :mad: But, yes, I did like it. By the way, it seems you are only talking about the first debate. Did you know that there were, actually, two debates? In the first one, it was Hassanain Rajabali alone against Dan Barker (also alone) and, in the second one, it was Hassanain Rajabali and Micheal Corey against the atheist plus Richard Carrier.

It was the only initiative I have seen of such an event - debate with an atheist - taking place with a Shia in it.

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Sayed Ammar Nakshawani ... I love watching his lectures, I love his style of lecturing, the content is very informative aswell :D

same here,,,, everything he says actually makes sense to me,,

other then him i like,,, Hajj Hassanien,, Sh.Jehad.Ismail,, Sayed Hussain

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Brother Yahya Hayder Seymour: I just :wub: this man! HE is soooo knowledgeable and, yet, so humble. I am always bugging him with questions and, despite him being such a busy man, he does reply to me a lot. Also, I like the way he is very neutral and professional. If you see him on TV, he is quite "expressionless" (I don't know if that is the right word) but his answers are very neutral and never have I seen him biased. I think we need to have this sort of mentality more amongst the Shias where they don't support views and ideologies because of a bias or because they were born into it but because they really see ti as the truth.

I agree, this brother is so knowledgeable and very very humble. i have his email, i send him questions every time i have and get the answers am looking for. i didn't mention him in my previous post cos i didn't watch him giving lectures, i only watched him on Ahlulbayt tv shows. do you know if he has any lectures?

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I agree, this brother is so knowledgeable and very very humble. i have his email, i send him questions every time i have and get the answers am looking for. i didn't mention him in my previous post cos i didn't watch him giving lectures, i only watched him on Ahlulbayt tv shows. do you know if he has any lectures?

I don't know if he gives much lectures but, if I am not wrong, he did give some, this Muharram, in somewhere around London I think.

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i forgot to mention shiekh zaid alsamail * im not sure about the spelling of his last name* i dont know if his available online but his really good his from my community his soooo funnny !!, im pretty sure he has a few lectures on you tube

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salam,

other then the obvious sayed ammar and hajj hasanain

shiekh usama al attar

shiekh Hamid waqar (i love him!)

shiekh usama abdul 3ani ,

brother ali al najjar is also good mashallah for a young man his great him and ali najaf .....

theres also the new sheikh that i want to point out to everyone his from my community he was in america this year for muharamm i highly suggest you all check him out his name is sheikh nami farhat his on youtube...

That's my [Edited Out]! I chill with him for a few days every week B)

Yeahh he's one of my favourites, I also like Sheikh Shomali alot. He's an amazing and underrated speaker.

I'm not a fan of the Modarasis or the Qazwinis for obvious reasons...

I really like Sheikh Jihad aswell, Syed Ammar, Sheikh Mohammed al-Hilli.

Aside from Sheikh Hamid whose lectures I see all the times anyways, I generally watch speeches in Arabic given by maraji3, par example:

This was epic aswell:

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That's my [Edited Out]! I chill with him for a few days every week B)

Yeahh he's one of my favourites, I also like Sheikh Shomali alot. He's an amazing and underrated speaker.

I'm not a fan of the Modarasis or the Qazwinis for obvious reasons...

I really like Sheikh Jihad aswell, Syed Ammar, Sheikh Mohammed al-Hilli.

NOOOO WAYYY your so lucky his so awesome he came to australia for like a month a while ago and i fell in love with him his really good!

shiekh jehad im always at his lectures his from the community ,i chill out with his wife all the time B), (i cant chill out with him because im a girl lol)

and for what i highlighted in green loll yeh same i used to love listening to sayed mehdi buuuuut then i learnt about the obvious reason so i refrain now haha

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Well, most of you may not know him because he is an Urdu speaker, but my favorite :wub: speaker would be Sayed Ali Murtaza Zaidi.

Yes sister, Ali Murtaza Zaidi hands down the best lecturer. We actually had a private session with him one time and he was running late and after he came he apologized for being late because his father passed away and he was burying him. If you sit with him you really know that you are sitting with one of the sons of Imams (as) so pious. Everything i learn was from him and his praise is really cant be said by a person like me. I think i have heard almost all of his lectures

Have you also heard of Jawad Naqvi? Another big respectable scholar whose knowledge is immense, the leader of future shia revolution in Pakistan.

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NOOOO WAYYY your so lucky his so awesome he came to australia for like a month a while ago and i fell in love with him his really good!

shiekh jehad im always at his lectures his from the community ,i chill out with his wife all the time B), (i cant chill out with him because im a girl lol)

and for what i highlighted in green loll yeh same i used to love listening to sayed mehdi buuuuut then i learnt about the obvious reason so i refrain now haha

Yeahhh he moved to our community in England, and he mostly hangs out with the youth. He comes out with us to restaurants and other lectures, etc. He's really cool.

Loool, yeahhh. Btw, since you probably know better than me, what line is he from? As in, which marji3 does he do taqlid of, etc?

Haha, yeahh same. :shifty:

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I quite like shaykh Ahmad Haneef, I remember when i used to watch ahlul bayt tv, I always thought him and sister Ameen Inloes were by far the best thing on it, because they spoke their minds (I also think Muhammad al-musawi is funny, and on a fiqh level hes fine, but aside from that, I have very grave doubts about him)

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Yes sister, Ali Murtaza Zaidi hands down the best lecturer. We actually had a private session with him one time and he was running late and after he came he apologized for being late because his father passed away and he was burying him. If you sit with him you really know that you are sitting with one of the sons of Imams (as) so pious. Everything i learn was from him and his praise is really cant be said by a person like me. I think i have heard almost all of his lectures

Have you also heard of Jawad Naqvi? Another big respectable scholar whose knowledge is immense, the leader of future shia revolution in Pakistan.

First of all, I am NOT a Sister; I am a BROTHER! :P

Yes, Sayed Ali Murtaza Zaidi is LOVELY! I really love him! I think I can, easily, say that if I am even one bit religious, 90% of the credit would go to him as he was the means through which Allah (SWT) made me religious - even though I am not very religious. He is absolutely FABULOUS! His lectures are very much based on change and self building and the way he explains how to build yourself is sooooo amazing and systematic.

Can I have the full name of Sayed Jawad Naqvi and a pciture or a video of him would be very helpful, indeed. By the way, does he live in India?

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First of all, I am NOT a Sister; I am a BROTHER! :P

Yes, Sayed Ali Murtaza Zaidi is LOVELY! I really love him! I think I can, easily, say that if I am even one bit religious, 90% of the credit would go to him as he was the means through which Allah (SWT) made me religious - even though I am not very religious. He is absolutely FABULOUS! His lectures are very much based on change and self building and the way he explains how to build yourself is sooooo amazing and systematic.

Can I have the full name of Sayed Jawad Naqvi and a pciture or a video of him would be very helpful, indeed. By the way, does he live in India?

lol sorry brother, and yes he is really influential. Probably the reason i became "religious" due to him or else i was a lost cause.

Here is video of Jawad Naqvi. Regarding him he is more of an "advance" alim. For example, Ali Murtaza Zaidi works on fixing the basics etc, Jawad Naqvi expects his crowd to already have established all the firuadeen and are actually at point of taking the next step.

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lol sorry brother, and yes he is really influential. Probably the reason i became "religious" due to him or else i was a lost cause.

Here is video of Jawad Naqvi. Regarding him he is more of an "advance" alim. For example, Ali Murtaza Zaidi works on fixing the basics etc, Jawad Naqvi expects his crowd to already have established all the firuadeen and are actually at point of taking the next step.

Never heard any of lecture of him...

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Yeahhh he moved to our community in England, and he mostly hangs out with the youth. He comes out with us to restaurants and other lectures, etc. He's really cool.

Loool, yeahhh. Btw, since you probably know better than me, what line is he from? As in, which marji3 does he do taqlid of, etc?

Haha, yeahh same. :shifty:

new plan move to england disguise myself as a man and hang out with shiekh hamid and mushu :P

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they're all my favorite . God reward them all :)

and they're really cool behind the scenes (when they're not lecturing)

By the way, I don't see why this topic is in the sister's forum. I suggest this topic to be moved into ''General discussions'' , since this matter concerns the brothers too.. right ?

unless the title of the topic was ''Who is the hottest lecturer?'' ...then i would understand lol..

Edited by Enlightened_x

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