5 Muslims Everyone Should Follow On Twitter

Twitter is a great social media platform to connect with people from all over the world. But it’s also a cool place to read funny tweets and watch the funniest vines and videos. Muslims are not an exception. In fact, there are Muslims on Twitter who are quite famous with a huge fan base. Here’s a list of top ‘tweeters’ who are seriously funny and informative! Feel free to share some of your favorite tweeters.

@raztweets

Raz is not only a hilarious Viner, but his Twitter account is pretty funny too. Here’s a funny way how to convert your children to the TRUE One direction. This tweet was perfect!

 

@M_Ullah

LOL, this does sound familiar. The key is to remain focused during prayer. But this sounds really distracting! I’m starting to get hungry over here!  

@za1d

We all know how Twitter can be. You might see content on your timeline that you’d rather not want to see. Especially during Ramadan. Zaid has a tip on how to take care of this problem. Check out his Youtube channel while you’re at it!

 

@muslimhumor

This account is awesome. It has funny yet educational tweets. A must follow if you want to have a good laugh or whenever you’re bored! Although this isn’t actually a person, it’s still a funny account!  

@Omarimrantweets

Last but not least is Omar Imran. This guy is hilarious! You’ve probably seen one of his tweets pass by on your Facebook newsfeed. Definitely worth the follow!

 


If you feel like your timeline needs to have tweets like these, make sure you follow them! Guaranteed to have a laugh! And of course, non-Muslims can follow them too, that way they can understand what we think is funny. Enjoy!

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