Best komija podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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Vrste komšija
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U ovom audio klipu daija spominje vrste komšija prema kojima musliman treba biti obazriv, i poštovati njihova prava.
 
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Ko je najpreči komšija ?
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U ovom audio klipu daija objašnjava ko od komšija je najpreči da mu se doborčinstvo čini, i zašto?
 
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Prava komšije
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U ovom audio klipu daija spominje prava koja komšija ima kod muslimana, svejedno bio on musliman, rodbina ili ne.
 
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Slice of Life Podcast
 
We're talking about Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun this time around - a comedy/romance anime about all about the twists and turns of being in love with a (clueless) manga artist.Social media linksWebsite: http://www.sliceoflifepodcast.comTwitter: @SOL_podcast (https://twitter.com/SOL_podcast)YouTube channel: https://goo.gl/Jqc61M Vid.me channel: http ...…
 
i am joined by MC iPod (aka Ian Perry) to go through is tunes and self promotion 1. Gym Class Heroes - Ass Back Home 2. CFO$ - Root of All Evil (Aleister Black Theme) TALKING 3. Mega Ran - Run 4. Grieving - No Sleep 5. The Smith Street Band - When I Said Us I Meant Them TALKING 6. MC iPod x Dronic - Hasta Luego 7. Tragical History Tour - Come o ...…
 
In this last episode of our Ramadan series, we hear from friends of the show about the Night of Power and what it’s like to pray all night. Ahmed talks with BuzzFeed’s Nabiha Syed and Zainab Shah about imagining God when they were kids, counting prayers, heaven and hell, and what souls are like. Then, Ahmed calls up a special guest. Follow Ahme ...…
 
In the fourth episode of the Ramadan series, Ahmed talks to converts about the struggles and joys of finding community in immigrant Muslim masjids. First, we listen to some of the thoughts Chris St. Louis and Cassandra Villarreal recorded throughout the first few weeks of Ramadan. Then, we check in with them about cultural authenticity, losing ...…
 
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See Something Say Something
 
For the third episode in our Ramadan series, we focus on a community that isn’t often centered during Ramadan — black Muslims. First up, Ahmed talks with Sarah Hagi, who writes for Vice, about the glory of #BlackMuslimRamadan and #BlackoutEid. Then, a longer conversation with Ikhlas Saleem, who co-hosts the Identity Politics podcast, about movi ...…
 
In the second part of our Ramadan miniseries, Ahmed talks about the mosque and the challenges around building community. He’s joined by Hind Makki, creator of Side Entrance, and Margari Aziza, a writer and co-founder of The Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative, to talk about how the mosque can exclude women and black American Muslims, and why third ...…
 
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See Something Say Something
 
Ramadan Mubarak folks! It’s that magical 30 days where we’re all hungry and sleepy and trying to be a better person. See Something Say Something is celebrating this Ramadan with a mini-series. And this first episode is all about fasting. Ahmed talks to Kamelya Omayma Youssef, who grew up in Dearborn, MI, with parents who didn’t fast. At a certa ...…
 
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See Something Say Something
 
[Spoiler Alert] Master of None: Season 2 is out, and we’re just as excited as you are. From the romance between Dev and Francesca, to confronting racist Tinder dates (post-sex), the season takes on a lot. So, we wanted to talk about it! Ahmed is joined by BuzzFeed Senior Culture Writer Bim Adewunmi and ‎Senior Social Media Editor Abid Anwar to ...…
 
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See Something Say Something
 
The studio is decorated. The corsages are fastened. Someone even came to the episode taping in their high school prom dress. That’s right, it’s the See Something Say Something senior prom. Prom committee co-chairs Ahmed Ali Akbar and Tabir Akhter read our listener stories about praying Maghrib in the limo and rocking traditional clothing. Then ...…
 
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See Something Say Something
 
Ahmed reveals his nerdy side in this special video game themed episode. In Level 1, Ahmed talks to his cousins, siblings Nyle and Basim (of the Kominas!) Usmani, about how video games bring them together and why killing brown folks in Call of Duty makes them feel nauseous. In Level 2, Ahmed calls up Rami Ismail, co-founder of Dutch indie game s ...…
 
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See Something Say Something
 
Ahmed talks with Arnesa Buljusmic-Kustura—an analyst, organizer, and author of Letters from Diaspora: Stories of War and its Aftermath—about drinking culture in Bosnian Muslim communities. They talk about that one uncle who would always let you try his beer, the double standard for men and women who drink, and Alcoholism and PTSD. Plus, all of ...…
 
Episode 19 of your weekly podcast, Plugg'd In.Listen along as Mek Kami, Jae' Nuvo and, special guest, Mariah take a deeper look into self care and mental health/wellness within the black community. Also, we will discuss Mariah's #MyHairMatters movement. This Shit is for US!
 
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See Something Say Something
 
“Muslims don’t drink” — how many times have you heard that before? In the first of a series of episodes about intoxicants, Ahmed invites Barnard Professor of Religion, Najam Haider, to provide some context about the role of alcohol in Islam. They talk about intoxicated Sufi mystics, coffee addiction, and why tiramisu can tear a relationship apa ...…
 
The Kominas get a lot of press for being Muslim and Hindu in a genre dominated by white artists. But they kinda just want to rock.
 
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See Something Say Something
 
Colonialism! Hip-hop! Appropriation! It’s a bit of all of the above in this episode. Ahmed talks to Mona Haydar about the video for her song Hijabi, what it means for a Syrian-American to rap, and dealing with microaggressions. Then, Ahmed plays a game of “Did the English Steal This Word From Your People?” with real-life meme, college freshman, ...…
 
Episode 17 of your weekly podcast, Plugg'd In. Listen this week as Mek Kami, Jae' Nuvo, and, special guest, Trina from 1Up Entertainment discuss $200 dates being the new "norm". This Shit is for US!
 
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See Something Say Something
 
Do you ever wish you could reimagine badly-written Muslim characters on TV and in movies? This week, Ahmed and BuzzFeed's Abid Anwar come up with some corrective fan fiction for an episode of a beloved 90s sitcom with a problematic character. Then, BuzzFeed UK writer and DJ Khaled expert Gena-mour Barrett joins Ahmed to discuss their favorite A ...…
 
Arabic is a part of pretty much every Muslim's life, whether it’s in the salaams they share with their family, in their name, or it’s the language they speak at home. In this episode, Ahmed talks with Kamelya Omayma Youssef and Amy D. about what it’s like to grow up Arab versus growing up non-Arab, and the different ways of learning the languag ...…
 
Remember the Arab Spring? Bassem Youssef does! Ahmed talks to “Egypt’s Jon Stewart” to see what lessons Americans can learn from his time in revolution. They talk about the Trump administration's electronics ban, the differences between American and Arab humor, and representation of women and people of color in media. Then, Ahmed collects your ...…
 
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See Something Say Something
 
Ahmed talks to three attractive, intelligent, and charming guests about the SINGLE life. Sara Farizan, Hady Barry, and Ahmed Hozain discuss Minder, dating, and how tedious it is to text people. Then, Ahmed calls up his dad to ask about his relationship history. Plus: Everyone plays a special, dating-themed edition of Halal or Not. Follow Ahmed ...…
 
Episode 10 of your weekly podcast, Plugg'd In.Listen along as Mek Kami, Jae' Nuvo and, special guest,Neauxlamade go into depth about when selfishness is required and how to balance between being selfless and selfish. Also, your Thirsty Thursday drink of the week and Word of Encouragement. This Shit is for US!…
 
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See Something Say Something
 
For the third episode in our Banned Together series, we sit down to process what it feels like to be a Muslim in America right now, or to hold a passport from one of the countries targeted by the President's immigration and travel ban. Ahmed talks with Moustafa Bayoumi, an author and associate professor of English at Brooklyn College, and Elami ...…
 
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See Something Say Something
 
Can the courts overturn President Trump's executive order? This episode, Ahmed talks with law professor Muneer Ahmad, who filed a lawsuit over the weekend challenging the immigration and travel ban. They talk about the details of the lawsuit, why a federal judge issued a stay to halt deportations, and what the legal path forward is for overturn ...…
 
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See Something Say Something
 
Annnd we’re back! The previous episode (our live show) was supposed to be the end of Season 1. Then, President Trump issued an executive order blocking refugees, immigrants and travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries: Libya, Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, Syria, Iraq, and Iran. We have to talk about this, and we’ll be posting a few short episode ...…
 
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See Something Say Something
 
With Trump's Muslim ban looming, we throw all your favorite things into one episode: Halal or Not! Khutbahs! Politics! Memes! Thirst! Ahmed’s Abu! All this and more for See Something Say Something's first ever Facebook live show at WNYC’s The Greene Space. Plus: The Kominas are the chillest house band ever. Featuring guests Rais Bhuiyan, Mousta ...…
 
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See Something Say Something
 
Donald Trump’s inAGGHHHHHguration is this Friday, so Ahmed invites guests to talk about coping strategies. We check in with BuzzFeed’s Zainab Shah and Reeda Saleem, talk therapy and self-care with mental health professionals Kameelah Rashad and Bisma Anwar, and make a call to BuzzFeed's UK office to laugh at some memes. Send us your favorite me ...…
 
The seventh episode of your weekly podcast, Plugg'd In.Listen along as Mek Kami, Jae' Nuvo and, special guests, K.O.E go into depth about friends turned foes, handling business between friends, what it means to surround yourself with supportive people and more. Also, your Thirsty Thursday drink and Black Owned Business of the week.…
 
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See Something Say Something
 
Rapper and activist Heems stops by the BuzzFeed offices to talk about movies, identity, and Swet Shop Boys, his collaboration with Riz Ahmed and Redinho. Ahmed and Heems ask important questions like: What does it mean for a non-Muslim brown man to write Muslim characters? Is La La Land just a Bollywood movie? What do you do before the inevitabl ...…
 
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See Something Say Something
 
This week, Ahmed talks immigration, work, and movies with two Rad Brown Dads: Jamil Ali, who has worked in the taxi industry since the ‘80s, and Dr. Waheed Akbar, Ahmed’s dad. Plus: Ahmed tries to speak Urdu and it is very bad. Please do not drag him on Twitter. For more adventures with Jamil Ali, follow our search for the best $1 chai in NYC. ...…
 
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Happy New Year! On this mini episode, Ahmed invites a real-life meme into the studio. You’ve probably seen Daniya Sayed's hilarious photo from prom on your Tumblr or Twitter dashboard. Ahmed talks to Daniya about her rise to virality, how memes can change perceptions of Muslims, and why she’s so SHOOK to be in the studio. Follow Daniya at @dani ...…
 
The fourth episode of your weekly podcast, Plugg'd In.Listen along as Mek Kami, Jae' Nuvo and, special guest, Mike (the mentor) talk about New Years resolutions and Growing as an individual while being in a relationship! Don't forget to try our Thirsty Thursday for your turn up this weekend! Happy New Year!…
 
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See Something Say Something
 
It’s the most hegemonic time of the year and Ahmed wants to complain about it. But Christmas deserves a fair shake too, so he brings Eid Elfs Tanzila “Taz” Ahmed and Salimah Fatimah Mohamed to explain why they love the holiday season. They play some games, discuss the differences between Christmas and Eid, and talk about Christmas music. Plus: ...…
 
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This week Ahmed brings on BuzzFeed news editor Sara Yasin as cohost to talk about Zayn Malik, pop icon. They’re joined by Zayn Malik scholar Fariha Roisin and twitter badass Farwa Zaidi to talk about Zayn’s zolo career, what it means to them to have a brown Muslim sex symbol, and the significance of power couple Zayn and Gigi. Plus, Sara brings ...…
 
Youth Lit authors Hena Khan and Sara Farizan talk about writing young Pakistani and Iranian characters, and wonder why every single book set in South Asia includes samosas. Plus, they give Ahmed some writing advice and read from their own work. Hena shares an excerpt from her forthcoming novel "Amina's Voice," and Sara reads from "Tell Me Again ...…
 
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