Part 4 Release: Ismaili Potpourri – Most Interesting, Accessible, and Credible Videos

As the Diamond Jubilee approaches, here is collection of the most interesting, accessible, and informative videos for the Jamat’s enjoyment.

Playlists: Ismaili Potpourri: The Best of YouTube

The entire collection features well-recognized scholars such as Aziz Esmail, Ali Asani, Daryoush M. Poor, Hussein Rashid, Shafique Virani, Farid Esack, Khalil Andani, Reza Shah-Kazemi, etc., and documentaries from TheIsmaili, Harvard University, and other official media outlets.

Also, now introducing Religion Potpourri (General Religious Studies): Religion Potpourri

The Best of YouTube, by Sahil BadruddinSahil Badruddin is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin with majors in Chemical Engineering, Religious Studies (focus on Islam and Ismaili Studies), and History (concentration in History of Religions). Sahil often organizes speaking events for intellectuals; in the past, he has helped intelligentsias such as Mohamed Keshavjee at the University of Texas at Austin, Shafique Virani at Yale University and Reza Aslan at the University of Madison-Wisconsin. Despite its wide availability, Sahil noticed there was a lack of good and accessible (centralized) content for a general audience in the field of Religious Studies so, as a hobby, he decided to compile the absolute best material. He strives to offer an objective yet deep understanding of religion given the sea of negativity and misunderstanding.

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Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, its achievements and humanitarian works.

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