This Muslim Scholar Is Tweeting All The Questions He Gets About Islam And His Responses Are Hilarious

By Arslan Athar | 6 Nov, 2017

This Muslim scholar’s sense of humor is ON POINT


Shaykh Azhar Nasser lives and works in Canada and according to this twitter bio he’s a lecturer and also a religious adviser. Being a man of his stature and knowledge, he obviously gets a LOT of questions on Islam and what to do and what not to.

It’s not clear why, but Shaykh Azhar started tweeting out some of the most regular questions he gets, followed by what can only be assumed to be the answer his inner voice gives:


Right off the bat, he’s savage 

The man cannot control the results of an istakhara 

This guy is on a roll

Think twice before inviting this Sheikh over for a talk 

*Snaps all around* 

The man likes cleanliness (and water not being wasted too)


Let’s just give him a standing ovation 

The Shaykh is very well connected with his people 

He knows us really well too 

Shaykh Azhar doesn’t like his number making the rounds 

And lastly…

He may be a Sheikh but he sure knows how to make people laugh. Religion is often thought of as something so very serious that there is no room to joke about, but it seems that this one Sheikh is determined to change that narrative. More power, twitter followers, likes and retweets for you sir!


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