12 More [Must Visit Sites]: Recommended Websites for Muslim Youth

12 More [Must Visit Sites]: Recommended Websites for Muslim Youth

Are Y.O.U ready for some awesome website referrals?

Here are 12 recommended websites for Muslim Youth from an earlier post if you haven’t read it already.

And I have 12 more for you below.

There’s something for everyone – whatever your goals and interests in life right now. These sites will stimulate your mind, body and soul.

Let’s go.

12. Udemy

Udemy homepage on

A website for learning new skills from coding to language.

There are free and paid courses and they typically have a video element. The good thing is that they are self paced and the materials are easy to interact with.

Check out Udemy to get inspired and educated.

11. Coding Owl

Coding owl homepage - post on websites for Muslim Youth

This a service based website.

But the blog has inspirational posts on entrepreneurship from the Islamic perspective.

The posts address issues from the beginners level, so there’s much to grab with ease and engagement.

From the inspirational posts, it is quite easy to spot similar experiences for creative and entrepreneurial minds and find motivation from such experiences.

As an entrepreneur, I find this blog very resourceful and stimulating.

10. Ideal Muslimah

This is a site dedicated to Muslimahs.

But there is education for all.

And for brothers who are keen on learning about issues relating to the special women in their lives, they can dig in.

9. Abu Amina Elias

As a Muslim writer and educator, the author of this site captures the pure teachings of the Qur’an and Sunnah in a gripping way.

There is so much educational content to take in.

For inspiration and education on Qur’an, sunnah and teachings of the salaf, visit this site.

8. Islam 21c

This is a project of many respected scholars and intellectual minds.

There is much to read and reflect upon. The posts will boost your spirituality and personality in every way.

From current events to issues pertaining to Islamic law, there’s something for everyone – whatever your area of interest or learning.

7. The Muslim Bricks

A blog that will take you through different reflections on Islam.

You will find lessons for your daily life from the inspirational stories and gems to deen talk.

There is a category specially dedicated to the youth, which makes it even more special.

6. Spicy Fusion Kitchen

A site that will surely tickle your taste buds with the very visual and simple halaal recipes.

They are easy to prepare and very inspirational. Even if you are not a guru in the kitchen, you will be tempted to experiment.

I love spicy and simple dishes so I’m won over.

5. On Islam

The cultural angle of this site makes it appealing.

It carries news of Muslims from all parts of the world.

In addition, there are resources and well researched articles from a diverse team of writers.

From news, to opinion and counseling sections – it is a hub for Islamic research and information from the Islamic world.

4. Muslim Matters

This site deals with all matters relating to Muslims, especially in the west.

From politics to family issues.

Enough said.

3. Coursera

Coursera is home to online courses from top universities in the world – from project management to education.

As a life long learner, I find the courses mentally stimulating. And it opens doors to interaction with seasoned  educators and resources.

Did I mention you will have easy and instant access to the latest research-based knowledge in your field of interest?

Go check it out.

2. iERA

iERA homepage - for YouthlyHub post on most visit sites

iERA is about all things dawah – and more.

It is a UK charity focused on educating about Islam; through research and field work. As a research person, I find their papers and trainings to be of high quality.

They carry out campaigns and seminars among other programs.

I have experienced their sisters-only dawah training. The skills and principles from the training lives with me till today. And it definitely boosted my interest and confidence in giving dawah.

I’m very passionate about dawah and find their work motivating.

The iERA team are definitely trailblazers in dawah work.

1. Kalamullah

Kalamullah homepage - post on must visit sites

A resource hub for an inspirational mix of books, mp3s and videos on Islam.

As a book lover and addict; I appreciate this initiative. I use the resources on this site for research and learning purposes.

Did I mention they are FREE and available for instant download?

There you go.

Jazaakum Allah for the past recommendations and pointers. Keep them coming.

And now – its over to you.

Which are your favourites? And which other websites can you recommend?


  1. If you are looking for Islamic Quizzes and recent Islamic lectures ,do check this website : .
    I find this site very useful

    • Amina Edota says:

      Thank you for sharing Alviya. It looks like a useful site indeed, just recently found it through a bloggers directory. Your comment has encouraged me to take a closer look. Baarakallahu fih.

  2. Great roundup, need to check out udemy inshaa allah.

  3. Great roundup! I knew some of them but not all. Ya Salam Cooking is another really nice place get halal recipes. I’m going to head to Ideal Muslimah now to check it out!

  4. nice collection of sites, I like them all MashaAllah!

  5. Some great choice here, haven’t come across some of them so will check them out. Thanks for sharing

  6. All though this is aimed at the youth, I find that it’ll be of benefit to many others too 🙂 Really keen to check out Coursera.

    • Amina Edota says:

      Haha… yes, you are absolutely right Umme Hafsa.

      It will benefit many others, but my top priority is the youth – you know. And that is a great time in life to invest in learning, growth and development.

      Let me know how you find Coursera. Its one of my favourites.

  7. Wow I’d already read this link, as it was shared on my feed previously. A very informative list that will definitely come in handy. Thank you!

  8. I love Udemy. I’ve done a few courses there. I bought a few for my children as well. Right now they’re learning to make games using Unity. Previously they’ve finished the course on drawing.

  9. Nice choice of site. Jazak Allahul khair for sharing.

  10. Thanks for sharing. Extremely useful and I have been looking for this since long.

    Fatima I

  11. JazakAllahu khairan for the variety of recommendations. There is something for everyone 🙂

  12. Wow this is interesting especially the first one!

  13. Wow alhamdudillah shukran for the tag 🙂

  14. JazakAllah khair sister for including The Muslim Bricks. Love what you do! Keep it up sis.

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