Tuesday, August 16, 2022

12 Muslims You Need To Follow on Social Media

From Left to Right (top): Minhaz Merchant, Shehzad Poonawalla, Arif Ajakia, Umar Khalid, Rubika Liyaquat, Dr Rizwan Ahmed, Syed Akbaruddin, KK Mohammad, Shazia Ilmi, Imran Tawhidi and Tarek Fateh

1. Minhaz Merchant

One of the most respected journalists in India. Writes fearlessly and fairly. Superb grasp of subject knowledgeable – whatever he writes about. Arguably the biggest supporter of the present government. Though he is not a blind bakht; he criticises the government where he should. Hugely credible. 

Follow Minhaz Merchant:

Twitter:

@MinhazMerchant

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/minhazmerchant

YouTube:

https://youtube.com/channel/UCrxYYc3YD6ROfQmm354GyFQ

2. Subuhi Khan

Subuhi Khan calls herself a “sanatani Muslim” in her Twitter bio! Her pinned tweet on Twitter: “My name is Khan and I am a proud Hindu! 

Subuhi is a well known Supreme court Lawyer, social worker, writer and motivational speaker. Few Muslims in India speak as voicferously against the wrong doings of the Muslim community as Subuhi.

Follow Subuhi Khan:

Twitter:

@SubuhiKhan01

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/subuhikhan01

YouTube:

https://youtube.com/c/SubuhiKhan01

3. Khalid Umar

Not to be mistaken with the infamous one, this Pakistani-based in UK is among the foremost Muslim writers in writing well-researched, in-depth articles that exposes the Islamists’ agenda.

Follow Khalid Umar:

Twitter:

@ukilaw

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/khalid.umar1

Website: khalidumar.com

4. Shehzad Poonawala

The BJP spokesperson is arguably the most articulate after Dr Anand Ranganathan on prime time TV debates. Shehzad comes very well prepared and tears to shreds nincompoops who peddle garbage on prime time. 

He has a super sense of humour as well. One of his recent comments on Congress’ ageless prince – “Rahul Gandhi is not a human but a union of organs! Unfortunately, for Congress, the most important organ missed joining this epic union called Rahul Gandhi!” – went viral on various social media platforms.

Recently this Muslim, when provoked to recite the Hanuman Chalisa on TV, did so, but then exposed the dubious Hindu who challenged him who couldn’t even recite one line of the chalisa!

Follow Shehzad Poonawala:

Twitter:

@Shehzad_Ind

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/ShehzadPoonawallaOfficial

5. Arif Ajakia

His Twitter bio says “Pakistani for 72 years and Indian for thousands of years.” An ardent Indian supporter, his videos are very popular.

Follow Arif Ajakia:

Twitter:

@arifajakia

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100072269057793

YouTube:

https://youtube.com/c/ArifAajakia1

6. Rubika Liyaquat

This fiery TV journalist is known to put her community’s lumpen elements in their places in the TV studio. Her Twitter bio says, “Heart belongs to Rajasthan, Soul to India and Life to humanity.” Radical Muslims hate her guts; the Right Wing loves her.

Follow Rubika Liyaqat:

Twitter

@RubikaLiyaqat

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/RubikaLiyaquatt

7. Dr Rizwan Ahmed

A cousin of Naseeruddin Shah, he is one of the most vocal critics of Islamic duplicity, extremism, bias against Hindus. He doesn’t spare even his famous cousin.

Follow Dr Rizwan Ahmed:

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/DrSyedRizwanAhmed

YouTube:

https://youtube.com/c/DrSyedRizwanAhmedadv

8. Syed Akbaruddin

Syed Akbaruddin, now retired from Indian Foreign Service, served as India’s permanent representative at the United Nations at New York from January 2016 to April 2020. He had previously served as official spokesperson of India’s Ministry of External Affairs from January 2012 to April 2015 and was Indian representative at IAEA from 2006 to 2011. He is currently serving as the dean of Kautilya School of Public Policy.

Akbaruddin became a sensation on social media for the way he presented India’s position at the UNSC and took questions from journalists which neither China’s nor Pakistan’s envoy did.

He is married to a Hindu, Padma.

Follow Syed Akbaruddin

Twitter:

@AkbaruddinIndia

9. Dr KK Muhammed

Dr KK Muhammed is a former Regional Director (North) of Archaeological Survey of India. It was his efforts to tell the truth from an archaeological perspective that played a big part in Hindus winning the long drawn battle for Ram Janambhoomi.

Not active on social media, but you can search his name on YouTube to get many of his interviews.

Follow Dr KK Muhammad:

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/muhammed.kk.54

10. Tarek Fatah

One of the most popular Muslims in India. The Pakistan-born Canadian resident is an Indophile who is a familiar face on Indian TV where he takes on the radical Muslims to the cleaners.

Follow Tarah Fateh:

Twitter:

@TarekFatah

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/TarekFatahFans

11. Imam Tawhidi

Imam Tawhidi, a Shia Muslim cleric, raised in Australia and educated in Iran, presents himself as an Islamic reformer who embraces and amplifies far-right warnings that immigration by his fellow Muslims poses an existential threat to Western civilization. The articulate Imam exposes the radical Islamists like very few Muslims have in this world.

Follow Imam Tahidi

Twitter:

@Imamofpeace

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/theimamofpeace/

12. Shazia Ilmi

Educated in Cardiff and New York, she left a 15 year career in television to get into politics. Shazia is one of the most prominent public faces of the BJP. Shazia’s sister is married to Arif Mohammed Khan, the much respected Governor of Kerala and someone who is revered by Hindus

Follow Shazia Ilmi

Twitter:

@shaziailmi

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/shazia.ilmi.1

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