Our live program features the best halal entertainment 24/7 streaming to your computer, tablet or mobile phone. We show the most popular halal videos from around the world and is currently producing reality shows, documentaries, comedy and music videos that are focused on stories of Muslims living in modern society. We have number of different hour
July 7, 2017
Abdul-Malik interviews Karter Zaher and Jae Deen from Deen Squad about their latest performances opening for Justin Beiber and Canada Day. They also discuss marriage and how they deal with the Deen Squad haters.
July 6, 2017
Who doesn’t love roller-skating? It’s not just for kids you know. Watch Muslims of all ages from the Washington DC metropolitan area enjoy an Eid costume roller-skating party.
July 4, 2017
This is the episode of Who’s Next where the top 8 artist that will go on to be produced in the DeenTV / Native Deen studios are chosen. Congratulations to the winners and all participants. Get ready for more videos on the development and production of these artists.
July 4, 2017
Abdul-Malik Ahmad from DeenTV traverses the ISNA Bazaar in Chicago. Check out all the cool new products and initiatives in the American muslim community!
June 25, 2017
Islamic Relief USA would like to wish you an Eid Mubarak!!
June 25, 2017
Eid Mubarak to everyone from Native Deen and DeenTV. This classic song on the album “Not Afraid to Stand Alone” is based on the “Takbirat” performed at Eid prayers around the world.
June 25, 2017
Vigil for Nabra Hassanen, the 17 year-old student from Virginia who was killed this Sunday in Sterling Virginia near ADAMS Center masjid.
June 16, 2017
Featuring Omar Qasem a solo (poet/rapper) from Clifton, NJ. What inspired him to write this was: “Well, to be honest i was just recently expelled from an islamic school a couple days ago. Im not gonna lie i wasn’t behaving that well. As i left, i made dua to make it back. Couple days past
June 14, 2017
This episode of Who’s Next features Junaid Balouch. He states: “Growing up in a fairly multicultural society, I felt as if it was my responsibility to inspire those around me with my passion and display my deen in the best way. Growing up listening to nasheed artists like Junaid Jamshed, Native Deen, and Zain Bhikha
June 13, 2017
In this episode of Believers in Motion, DeenTV attends a Ramadan Youth Expression Night organized by NWMI and learns more about their organization by talking with NWMI organizers and volunteers.
June 12, 2017
Who’s Next features Aima Warriach from Toronto, Ontario. She states: “My spoken word is on the Niqab. I go to Ryerson University and use my spare time to volunteer for grassroots organizations.”
June 10, 2017
Who’s Next – featuring Hamaad and Hishaam Hassan from ‘Iron Crescent’ based out of Toronto, Canada. They state: “Our song is about inner struggle. This song was written to reach out to people who are going through difficult times.”
June 10, 2017
This episode features Fredy B. From Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He states: “What inspired this piece is the hadith of the Prophet (SAW) where he mentions that this religion started strange, and it’ll end strange. Made me think of how us as Muslims are looked down upon & seen as backwards when in reality it is
June 10, 2017
In this episode of 1001 Muslim American Nights, Arifi Waked discuses the pros and cons of what the describes as her “Resting Friend Face”, a juxtaposition of a well-known term of what she calls “Resting Mean Face”.
June 6, 2017
Cruz Omegasoul from Baltimore, Maryland preforms his song Professional Pain Man. When creating “Professsional Pain Man” Cruz was inspired to write this song for two reason. The first was to showcase a subject that meant a great deal to my life and the second was to pay homage to his mother. The song is about
June 2, 2017
“On Sight” a group from Augusta, Georgia performs “Just Us” Their inspiration: “When creating our nasheed, our group wanted to create a unique and versatile sound, with a powerful message. We took all of our individual talents and composed a rap that can be distinguished from other entries. We produced two different beats together and formed
June 2, 2017
Aminah L. Ahmad (formerly Llanchie Stevenson) was the America’s first African-American ballerina performing at the Radio City Music Hall and also in the Dance Theatre of Harlem before her acceptance to Islam. She relates her experience in the ballet world as an African American and what led her to becoming a Muslim.
June 1, 2017
In this episode of 1001 Muslim American Nights, Arifi discusses the issue of shaking hands with the opposite gender, which is discouraged by several schools of thought in Islam.
May 31, 2017
Check out Ammar Charaf, an aspiring independent nasheed artist, 25, and a Chemistry Teacher, from Paramus, New Jersey. He states: “I grew up listening to a variety of Islamic singers including Native Deen, Dawud Wharnsby, Sami Yusuf, Mesut Kurtis, and more. I went on to learn some traditional arabic nasheeds and began performing Nasheed and
May 30, 2017
Who’s Next featuring Malik Hassan from Brooklyn, NY. He states: “Singing and writing nasheeds have been my passion since I was 12 years old. Ever since I used to listen to Native Deen songs while I was little, I was inspired, as I learned about the positive impact that Islamic music can have on the
May 29, 2017
Check out the ADAMS Beat! Based in Sterling, VA at the ADAMS Center, The ADAMS Beat is a Muslim Children’s Chorus with a very diverse group of members. Even though they were established a little more than a year ago, they are making headlines fast by performing at Muslim and Non-Muslim events including the National Cathedral
May 27, 2017
This episode of Ummah Expo, a place where modesty meets fashion. Ummah Couture is an online retail store, selling Islamic products from Hijabs to handmade tasbihs.
May 26, 2017
In this episode of ‘Who’s Next’ Ali Altalib performs his song Rest In peace. Ali states: “This song was inspired by the passing of someone very special, who was like an older brother to me. He returned to the Most Merciful a few years ago at the tender age of 35. This had a profound
May 26, 2017
New song by Harris J addresses temptation and the need for the Allah’s help (SWA) to bring keep control over selfish desires. Harris J is a artist from the UK signed to Awakening Records.
January 8, 2017
In this episode of ‘Before you tie the Knot’, Sis. Salma Abugideiri and Imam Mohamed Magid talk about socialization and religiosity and how it can effect marriage.
November 23, 2016
This episode tells the story of Sarah and Sami who had different views about the practice of their faith and how to spend their free time together. “Before You Tie the Knot” is series that relates fictional stories that illustrate concepts that lead to happier marriages. It is based on the book “Before You Tie The
September 9, 2016
This episode tells the story of Yasmin and Anas who had different views about the practice of their faith. “Before You Tie the Knot” is series that relates fictional stories that illustrate concepts that lead to happier marriages. It is based on the book “Before You Tie The Knot” by Sister Salma Abugideiri and Imam
May 2, 2016
This episode tells the story of a couple in their sixties that have been happy married for decades. “Before You Tie the Knot” is series that relates fictional stories that illustrate concepts that lead to happier marriages. It is based on the book “Before You Tie The Knot” by Sister Salma Abugideiri and Imam Mohamed
March 21, 2016
Before You Tie the Knot is series that relates fictional stories that illustrate concepts that lead to happier marriages. It is based on the book “Before You Tie The Knot” by Sister Salma Abugideiri and Imam Mohamed Magid. This episode discusses coming to agreement when a couple has differences of opinions about practicing their faith.
March 10, 2016
Watch new DeenTV series that relates fictional stories to help illustrate concepts that will lead to happier marriages. Based on the book “Before You Tie The Knot” by Sister Salma Abugideiri and Imam Mohamed Magid. This episode discusses finding each other’s care label.
September 23, 2014
Naeem interviews Dr. Alo from the alodiet.com and offers tips to stay healthy and fit by eating a proper diet. Dr. Alo is a cardiologist in Toledo, Ohio and an expert in many areas of cardiology, weight loss, diet and exercise.
June 7, 2015
Al-Azhar Silat martial arts school participates in an open martial arts tournament where competitors of multiple styles compete together.
January 11, 2017
Naeem Muhammad interviews Habeeb Quadri a Chicago-based educator, author and activist about work in developing strong Muslim-American youth. He is an Elementary School Principal and part-time staff at Harvard Graduate School of Education professional development programs.
May 3, 2015
Naeem Muhammad interviews Said Durrah, an American stand-up comedian of Arab descent about his comedy and work as an activist in Islamic Relief.
March 2, 2015
Kristiane Backer, a former MTV presenter who converted to Islam, at her home in London talks about her journey to Islam and her book that tells the story.
December 16, 2016
Islamic Relief USA held a series fundraising dinners for the Palestinian people with world renowned artist Mohammed Assaf and humanitarian and activist Linda Sarsour.
May 25, 2015
Abdul-Malik interviews Umm Zakiyyah, an independent Muslim author about her writings and her popular web series “His Other Wife”. Umm Zakiyyah has written several books and was awarded the Muslim Girls Unity Conference Distinguished Authors Award.
December 23, 2014
Naeem from Native Deen interviews Yaz the Spaz, a popular hijabi fashionista.
October 13, 2016
DeenTV interviews Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir, a division one basketball player who was prohibited from playing in the professional leagues because of her Hijab.
January 28, 2016
Abdul-Malik ahmad interviews Chicago-based writer doctor and writer Dr. Hesham Hassaballa. He has written extensively on a freelance basis, being published in newspapers across the country and around the world.