How did Ibn Battuta Explore the World?

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Ibn Battuta was a man of Berber descent born in Tangier under the reign of the Marinid dynasty in February of 1304. He’s family was made up of Islamic legal scholars who belonged to the Lawata Berber tribe. Ibn Battuta himself would likely have studied at a Sunni Maliki school and was offered a job as a religious judge, but he would soon realize that his heart yearned for much, much more…
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@Knowledgia 5 ай бұрын
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@madihadanish7576 5 ай бұрын
@jairosouza7994 Жыл бұрын
This guy deserves a tv show with 10 seasons. He is definitely the greatest explorer in the whole world.
@mhassan8439 Жыл бұрын
In those days for a trveller one has to be very lucky to make it back home again.
@aftabansari4920 Жыл бұрын
Travelled 120000 km of Africa, Europe & Asian countries...
@shahfaisalswati3505 Жыл бұрын
@yasminflower5140 Жыл бұрын
It would be so interesting
@faysalhasan9674 Жыл бұрын
Here is one
@kasimreports Жыл бұрын
His frequent travel to Mecca clearly defines how much he is Strong believer
@ridaassaad3124 Жыл бұрын
True. My man was on his way home after decades and decided to make a detour for another pilgrimage.
@sameehasamad Жыл бұрын
Most of the travellers, philosophers and scholars and scientists in the Islamic golden period were strong believers… and that’s what exactly wrong with Muslims today… either they concentrate only on religious studies or only on sciences… it’s very rare that Muslims learn both nowadays
@husseinmahmoud7216 Жыл бұрын
His readiness to fight against alfonso too truly an amazing character ❤️🔥
@alialshehri6977 Жыл бұрын
@@husseinmahmoud7216 yessss I was surprised he immediately turned into a fighter for the sake of his Muslim brothers 🥹
@rhnkm Жыл бұрын
If Internet was present in those times, his Iman would have shattered in a span of few years.
@xNuTx Жыл бұрын
Ibn Battuta quotes: “ Traveling - gives you a home in a thousand strange places, then leaves you a stranger in your own land ( Home ) “ “ He who lives sees, and he who travels sees more “ “ Traveling-it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller “ “ Traveling- it offers you a hundred roads to adventure, and gives your heart wings! “ “ Virtue is by reason and literature, not by origin and lineage “
@democracyforall 5 ай бұрын
He was a powerful lose horse fit for traveling not for wars and not for glories, thank God for that...
@QarsherskiyMountainGoof 4 ай бұрын
@@democracyforallA good man of Allah ﷻ , brother Ibn Battuta made like a billion hajj pilgrimages.
@democracyforall 4 ай бұрын
@@QarsherskiyMountainGoof you recon Allah will reward him that much?
@QarsherskiyMountainGoof 4 ай бұрын
@@democracyforall yeah
@democracyforall 4 ай бұрын
@@QarsherskiyMountainGoof Amen to that
@savinggrace121 Жыл бұрын
Not taught at all in schools in the UK. I introduced him to my children. What a shame how many countries in Europe and here in the UK totally skip anything to do with anyone with links to Islam.
@Leen.hairstyle Жыл бұрын
Yes they don't like Arabs and Islam
@retrogamingfrenzy2373 Жыл бұрын
@@Leen.hairstyle why
@oujbouaicha8662 Жыл бұрын
I'm going to tell you something that's even more shocking most Moroccans don't even know him or we only know that he's Moroccan which is truly a shame he was not mentioned not even once in the whole 12 years of school life like how ridiculous is that?
@oujbouaicha8662 Жыл бұрын
He's more famous in India and Bangladesh but not in his home country 💔😭
@al-Faal_al-Jamooh Жыл бұрын
Westerns always feel mixture of inferiority, jealousy and hatred towards Islam/Muslims/Arabs..etc.
@annukimuni3389 Жыл бұрын
Ibn battouta is too popular in japan and South Korea as well (my husband's homeland). I am Japanese and I remember reading his stories as a kid and at school as well. He was such a great inspiration for me to travel the world and live his adventures.
@saidsd734 Жыл бұрын
Really !!! Even in japan !! Waw thats amazing
@ryuumi9 Жыл бұрын
Omg even in japan ! Wow, I read his books, and next time, when I travel to morroco, I'll go to tangier my favorite city
@sam_sa09 Жыл бұрын
Really? I'm a Moroccan in Korea and they barely know about Morocco
@ryuumi9 Жыл бұрын
@Sa hi I'm from Canada
@Imrane__ 11 ай бұрын
@s-ko-bar4748 Жыл бұрын
"Traveling leaves you speechless and then turns you into a storyteller" (Ibn Battuta)
@Alburr250 Жыл бұрын
oh yes!
@cinder1667 Жыл бұрын
Timeless quote that will carry on until the final nights of our species!
@musaab.4971 Жыл бұрын
Can you say the quote in it's original language?
@meshowzaq6892 Жыл бұрын
@@musaab.4971 "السفر يجعلك عاجزا عن الكلام.. ثم يحولك إلى راوٍ" اين بطوطه
@musaab.4971 Жыл бұрын
@@meshowzaq6892 ما أظن هذي المقولة الأصلية، تبدو لي مترجمة
@tarikjahid2339 Жыл бұрын
As moroccan we feel so proud of him he was not only a traveller but also a Moroccan Ambassador
@tipu... Жыл бұрын
Love Morocco from Pakistan ...
@soufall5118 Жыл бұрын
No he's algerian even if he was born in tangier. You should study some algerian Logic it's one of a kind.
@madproject7148 Жыл бұрын
@@soufall5118 lol
@truthseeker5880 Жыл бұрын
@@soufall5118 looool 😂😂
@tarikjahid2339 Жыл бұрын
@@soufall5118 lool
@CyberLx Жыл бұрын
May Allah have mercy on his soul. I’m so proud that he visited my hometown. Big respect for my Moroccan 🇲🇦 brothers and sisters. Love from Somalia 🇸🇴 .
@user-ue4fh5mv9s 5 ай бұрын
what does it have to do with morocco ? you guys are crazy in love with your "countries"
@MuslimGigachad950 5 ай бұрын
​​@@user-ue4fh5mv9sin case you haven't watched the first part: he is moroccan. also, you aren't in love with your country my guy? the will to love your homeland and protect it doesn't exist there?
@user-ue4fh5mv9s 5 ай бұрын
@@MuslimGigachad950 why should i love a piece of land i had no choice of being born in ? for you info ibn battuta was a learned imam of islam and he knew that nationaism or tribalism is prohibited in islam
@ziadben99 5 ай бұрын
​@@user-ue4fh5mv9s nationalism and tribalism isn't prohibited in islam ... Allah literally says in the quran "We created you from a male and a female, and We made you races and tribes, so that you may come to know one another. The best among you before Allah is the most righteous" ... feeling proud about ur tribe and nation is not bad at all ...the only bad thing is thinking you're nation is superior to another one or your race is superior than the other ones and for that u can oppress the others or commit crimes against them... the only way for u to be "superior" is how much of good deeds a person can do and only allah can judge that
@user-ue4fh5mv9s 5 ай бұрын
@@ziadben99 Allah said he has divided us in different tribes so that we may know each other and not fight but the funny thing is nationaism/tribalism brings nothing but hate for others for example look at the hatred between moronns and alegrians because of some petty land dispute which has led them to hate each other to the state of insanity. Ibn Taymiyyah (d.728H) - rahimahullaah - said: “Everything which is outside the call of Islaam and the Qur‘aan, with regards to lineage, land, nationality, schools of thoughts and ways, then it is from the calls of jaahiliyyah. Indeed, even when the Muhaajirs (those Companions who migrated from Makkah to al-Madeenah) and the Ansaars (those Companions who aided and supported those who migrated) argued, such that one of the Muhaajirs said: “O Muhaajirs! (implying; rally to my aid).” And then one of the Ansaar said: “O Ansaar!” Upon hearing this, the Prophet (sallallaahu ’alayhi wa sallam) said: “Is it with the calls of jaahiliyyah that you call, and I am still amongst you!” And he became very angry at that.” Saheeh Muslim (8/120), the Prophet (sallallaahu ’alayhi wa sallam) said: “Indeed Allaah has revealed to me that you should have humility, and that no one should act proudly and oppressively over anyone else, nor should anyone boast over anyone else.” Tirmidhee relates from Allaah’s Messenger (sallallaahu ’alayhi wa sallam) that he said: “Let people stop boasting about their forefathers who have died, who are merely fuel for the Hellfire; or they will certainly be more insignificant with Allaah than the beetle which roles dung with its nose. Allaah has removed from you the party spirit of the days of jaahiliyyah and the boasting about one’s forefathers. Indeed a person is either a pious Believer or a wretched sinner. All of mankind are the children of Aadam, and Aadam was created from clay.”
@kazirakibahmed2965 Жыл бұрын
I plan to visit Morocco and pay my respect to this extraordinary adventurer and traveller one day in sha Allah. From Bangladesh 🇧🇩🇻🇳
@richardwestwood8212 Жыл бұрын
His house is still standing in Tanger, the city in which he was born and raised. The Moroccans are very welcoming and I lived there for a long time, I even speak the language.
@hemyarite.kingdom4070 Жыл бұрын
That’s not the Morocco flag 🇲🇦
@messoussiahmed9910 Жыл бұрын
argentina WC winner 22
@strixtech450 Жыл бұрын
That's Vietnam flag dude
@badrissaad Жыл бұрын
you can visit his grave in tanger
@romenbarua8813 10 ай бұрын
I’m from Bangladesh. Since my school days whenever I hear his name it always give me goosebumps. Ibn batuta means story of adventure during ancient times to every single kids in my country. We can’t describe any historical period of his timeline without mentioning his name as a proven evidence. He was most attractive part in every history class.
@hedaya-br6dd 3 ай бұрын
Me too
@m_7meedo188 Жыл бұрын
What’s draw my attention is how many rules have used him to be the judge in their towns. Tells a lot about his character.
@diae1752 Жыл бұрын
He also was studying under great scholars of Islam on his way. mostly when you hear he stayed for few months he was furthering his knowledge and getting more certifications. That along with being already a certified judge from a family of judges made rulers want to use him and many times he would struggle to leave. If I remember right they would even get him married to locals to tie him. But staying wasn't his style I guess :D
@annukimuni3389 Жыл бұрын
He was a highly educated man, At that time, the world's scientists were traveling to Morocco to study and do not forget that the first university built in the world is in Morocco ( The country of Ibn Battuta). So he had a great value and a deep respect from people in the world at that time. He was a wise thinker and philosopher as well.
@deez8827 Жыл бұрын
He was a wise man due to his experiences and meeting different human kinds
@sufianmustafa5656 Жыл бұрын
@@diae1752 i love his style indeed 😊, i fail to imagine how many languages he'd speak lol.
@chuckichas 11 ай бұрын
@@annukimuni3389 IMPRESSIVE. What a quest. The fact that is was written down - our great fortune. Thanks for the information. I am now Googling first university in the world. So much to learn.
@adnanegal111 Жыл бұрын
"Who lives sees, but who travels sees more". -Ibn Battuta
@calvinokristanto8866 Жыл бұрын
wow so deep aim goanna craey
@MR2SHY Жыл бұрын
WHERE DID you find itttttt......🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔
@richardwestwood8212 Жыл бұрын
@@MR2SHY I wrote it.
@AE-20 Жыл бұрын
@@MR2SHY learn Arabic bro
@shina8767 Жыл бұрын
Yup that true
@sheg9629 Жыл бұрын
as a Maldivian i deeply thank God for sending this man to us, he is the one who made us Muslim, we were a people who worshiped idols, his arrival n teachings made the king a Muslim n it spread like fire when people started learning about Islam, n thnks to God n him today i am proud to say we are the only 100% Muslim country in the world
@ouadietrackingplatform2784 Жыл бұрын
No not him another morrocan before him in his book he talk about this
@daresavage345 Жыл бұрын
Somalia 🇸🇴 is also 100% muslim
@12hafida Жыл бұрын
im moroccan and happy to read your comment.
@abderrahmanebelkhayat3049 Жыл бұрын
im a moroccan and even from tangier and it is the first time that i know maldives are Muslims because of him , mashaalah
@lebelem Жыл бұрын
@sheg9629 Maldivian people was converted to Islam by Abu Al barakat Youssouf Al Barbari, Moroccan merchant, in 1153. His grave is in Hukuru mosque
@KonoozTravel Жыл бұрын
What a spectacular voyager. I like his character. He never gave up and was always looking for new places and cultures. I'm proud that I visited his tomb in Tangier, Morocco, on 31.12.2015
@hennaahananee1945 Жыл бұрын
محضوض مع انه انا من المغرب مزال مجاتني الفرصة
@Wonderer224 9 ай бұрын
I read his book over 20 years ago and it was extremely fascinating. He was telling everything he saw: the culture, the people, their customs and the cities. He would even condemn if he saw bad habits😂.
@SupKash 6 ай бұрын
Can you tell me the name of the book??
@syahir7494 5 ай бұрын
​@@SupKashRihla (the travels)
@nasro97 5 ай бұрын
the book has been a reference in hollywood in historical / science-fiction MOVIES
@Wonderer224 5 ай бұрын
@@SupKash Ibn Battuta’s travels
@trippijr7692 3 ай бұрын
He called us somalis fat and eat as much as family in saudi. I don't blame him becuase his not lying😂
@LeeshaHaneef Жыл бұрын
He even arrived in Maldives, even now it’s hard for us to get out because we are disconnected from main continental lands, our only options are to fly, hardly locals use passenger ships, I can imagine how his journey would be back then. It’s stated that he was here around 9 months and served as a judge. Even though the journey was hard, he never had to apply for a Visa back then. In today’s age, he would have to apply to many Visas.
@user-kg7zr3yl3n Жыл бұрын
we in morocco do not need visa to go to maldives and vice versa
@StrivingSoul00 Жыл бұрын
Designer Dot a Somali from Mogadishu converted Maldives from Buddhist to Islam. He was also a governor.
@yusefpersona82 Жыл бұрын
Hé had three wives in the maldives
@ismaelemaz4696 Жыл бұрын
Leesha, glad to see a Maldivian interested in history instead of the gossip and baseless celebrity which flood the internet, may you be blessed with knowledge.
@aseriesoftriangleswecalltr6065 Жыл бұрын
He wasn`t in Maldives, thats a myth
@tardybloomer 5 ай бұрын
we have a mall in the UAE named after him, and the inside of the mall illustrates his travels by making each part look like the locations he travelled through. truly an incredible explorer, thank you for mkaing this video :)
@pestese. 2 ай бұрын
تحياتي لإخواننا في الإمارات من المغرب♥️🇲🇦 أتمنى ان ازور هذا الموقع الرائع يوما ما
@lebollsong 2 ай бұрын
Oh yeah I've been there before lol good place
@saba6993 13 күн бұрын
Oh what is the name
@Saber23 Жыл бұрын
Ibn Battutah really was the main character of life he did all the side quests and the main story 😂❤️
@yacinebenoit4gaming965 Жыл бұрын
The real Nathan Drake lol
@pandagelud520 Жыл бұрын
now you mention it, it's Cool thats why the pattern looks abstract, he is the MC of his journey
@Saber23 Жыл бұрын
@@pandagelud520 100%
@405hunter Жыл бұрын
a true Genshin impact traveler
@Saber23 Жыл бұрын
@@405hunter 100%
@jellyfish3140 Жыл бұрын
We Bangladeshis 🇧🇩 know Ibn Battuta well as he is studied in our education curriculum. So, as a Bangladeshi and particularly Chittagongian, I got goosebumps when on 12:20, the narrator takes the name of Chittagong, then Sylhet. I love Hazrat Shah Jalal Rahmat Ullah Alai. Surely that was the time when Muslims were having their golden time with political, intellectual and spiritual dominance.
@kenkaneki9138 Жыл бұрын
In India a golden time but in the rest of the world Mongols were in the process of converting to Islam and making the Mongol empire into Islamic states. Delhi Sultanate was not destroyed by Mongols thats why it thrived.
@megamagikarp8512 11 ай бұрын
​@@hhhmo7328india was born in 1947
@megamagikarp8512 11 ай бұрын
@@hhhmo7328 search it up on google Indian, your country was born in 1947
@napstertricks4135 10 ай бұрын
​@@hhhmo7328 at that time most of india is under Muslim rule , many sultanates
@napstertricks4135 10 ай бұрын
@@hhhmo7328 there is no india , all of nations was splitted into different small countries ,mostly hindu and muslim nations, the idea of india came after 1947
@DisHappah Жыл бұрын
Wish he posted these amazing travels on KZbin.
@printmedia1422 Жыл бұрын
There is a scotish man who studied arabic and is reading ibn batuta and retracking all his trips.. Amazing you almost feel the times
@YoussefTourki Жыл бұрын
@@printmedia1422 what's the man's name ?
@printmedia1422 Жыл бұрын
@@YoussefTourki slm vids
@printmedia1422 Жыл бұрын
@@YoussefTourki did you get the vedio
@noaha9604 Жыл бұрын
He did but chris crocker, told us to leave him alone!
@scentsoftravelmeditation Жыл бұрын
Ibn Batuta completed all side quests in game of life & unlocked trophy level 100 😂
@smd9591 Жыл бұрын
Birds killed: 199/200
@idolsairx6234 Жыл бұрын
As a moroccan, seeing this amazing figure of our history getting recognised, makes me genuinely super happy. Ibn Battuta was not only a great traveler, but also an incredibly kindhearted person!! He has witnessed many great cultures of the 14th century and has walked around the earth with a passion to never give up on your dreams. Alhumdulilah i am very happy we have had amazing people like him!!!
@frans8160 Жыл бұрын
He was also a sexist and rapist but I guess that doesn't matter lol
@ztaitai Жыл бұрын
Me too I feel so proud to have ancestors like him, he's the real legend ❤️
@fodk7021 2 ай бұрын
@@frans8160 he was ? maybe you can give us some historical evidence ?
@Srilankan2002 5 ай бұрын
A great video. Love from Srilanka 🇱🇰 He visited my country in 1344 during Gampola Kingdom
@ghadari3027 Жыл бұрын
Ibn Battuta was probably the only explorer/traveler who’s was motivated but the thirst of knowledge and exploring and not by greed
@Jandroids Жыл бұрын
no no he was greedy alright, he expected rulers to give him fortunes as presents, and they did, many times, being a muslim judge at that specific time was probably the best job there's, especially in the newly muslim lands were they are rare
@immuslimisupportqatar7591 Жыл бұрын
@@Jandroids if you want to travel and get food you need money bro .
@nizarnizar324 Жыл бұрын
@@Jandroids Yes, he was soliciting gifts, payments only to finance his travels, he never spared his wealth to settle down somewhere in the shade. It's quite different from what motivated Columbus, Marco Polo and Vasco De Gama. The proof is when he came back to Morocco, he wasn't rich and he had survived only on his inheritance and the generosity of Morocco's Sultan.
@madkingxx6702 Жыл бұрын
@@Jandroids i mean he's taking gifts from the kings for his job
@nizarnizar324 Жыл бұрын
@Reinhard i came up with that from his biography, his book, and also from his life outcome, he family was rich, so he could have stayed home and enjoyed his wealth, he often moves from place to place when he could have stayed to enjoy the hospitality of the rulers/Kings whom they favoured him. And most importantly, he retired and died without a wealth, without being nominated a governor over a new earned territory for his king/Sultan, he didn't rename any place after his queen/king, he didn't wage a war, bribed a local leader to fight an opposant tribe, he didn't seek for a new route to reach some rich country to buy their stuff cheaper, he didn't hire mercenaries for his cause, he didn't transmit diseases through gifts to indigenous people, he didn't enslave them. Now shut up go fish elsewhere.
@karabakus Жыл бұрын
I have read his 1300-pages book. His journey is amazing
@extrahot31 Жыл бұрын
What is it called?
@AzelVonAzrael Жыл бұрын
@@extrahot31 "A Gift to Those Who Contemplate the Wonders of Cities and the Marvels of Travelling" or as commonly know as "the rihla"
@annukimuni3389 Жыл бұрын
His books inspired me to travel all the road from my hometown (Kobe) in japan, to his hometown (Tanger) in Morocco.
@reteguy7338 11 ай бұрын
I'd really love to read his complete travellogue, but sadly i can't find his book online for free.
@Saidxplore Жыл бұрын
As a Moroccan traveler myself, Ibn battuta is definitely an inspiration
@CBbyamar Жыл бұрын
Much love for morocco from Pakistan.. I have many close friends from your country.. Great people..
@Saidxplore Жыл бұрын
@@CBbyamar Thanks man, same thing. Many of my close friends are from Pakistan and I hope to visit them soon. May Allah help you overcome the floods
@CBbyamar Жыл бұрын
@@Saidxplore 💜
@ninabessaiah1388 Жыл бұрын
I'm so glad that ibn-battuta has written down his magnificent story so people like us could learn from his journey, as an Algerian a Morocco neighbor country we started learning about him since elementary school with small text as "IBN_Battuta on his journey to Hadj" which every Algerian is familiar with, but also dived into some of his stories in different regions in middle school's history and french/English classes
@AdamBer-ir6eg 5 ай бұрын
But I've watched couple of your Algerian national channel that literally said that he's Algerian lol , just why !!!!! I can share the links with you .. I mean the world knows he's Moroccan.. why they keep lying to you and some of you like that !!!!
@ninabessaiah1388 5 ай бұрын
@@AdamBer-ir6eg link them cuz I don't believe you I'm Algerian who grew up watching historical stories and documentaries but I've never encountered what you're talking about and if you just trying to Create grudges between peoples I won't talk to you
@black213dz 5 ай бұрын
​​@@AdamBer-ir6egprove it post the link come on or you just a brainwashed by your makhzen or from the group of non educated people Algeria never claimed ibn battuta stop lying
@0badre 2 ай бұрын
@@ninabessaiah1388😂😂😂😂😂 there is a lot of them … you are the biggest liar in the whole world
@simo-gu4rv Күн бұрын
​@@ninabessaiah1388me also i see the video
@printemps31 Жыл бұрын
This is so mind blowing taking into consideration the amount of logistics, energy, courage and perseverance needed for such an incredible journey, this guy deserves all our respect. Btw how did he communicate with the people he met ?
@marioprawirosudiro7301 Жыл бұрын
Through translators I think. Islam was already spreading at the time, and so there would usually be some muslim merchants who can speak both Arabic and the local language. For me, the financing part is more mind-boggling.
@sadiqrahman2961 Жыл бұрын
He travelled in the Muslim world. Even though he was a Berber, Arabic was the de facto educational language in the diverse Muslim world from Morocco to Indonesia. Non Muslim nations such as India and Russia were under Muslim rule at that period of time and Ibn Battuta ususally stayed with Muslim community such as from his travel in China, Southern India and Sri Lanka.
@satriorama4118 Жыл бұрын
Arabs Muslim were avid travelers and merchants. They even travel as far as Indonesia and China in search of wealth and spreading Islam. They also thirsting of knowledge. One passage is Quran even told everyone to seek knowledge as far as the kingdom of silk.
@meganthropusmagericus1548 Жыл бұрын
@@marioprawirosudiro7301 He is basically a travelling lawyer. A certified expert at islamic law are really sought after at that times because, well, high education is not as widespread as it is today. There is a reason why local rulers keep inviting him, someone like him are too good to let through. He got paid and acomodation in return for his services.
@kiwin9488 Жыл бұрын
how did he manage to travel such long distances through forests and deserts under harsh conditions by foot
@thegentlemamak 3 ай бұрын
Wow, just heard his name before and never knew about details of his journey. Now he is the greatest explorer of all time for me, he just explored the world without desire to colonize it. Amazing
@khanawithkaran6853 Жыл бұрын
If he had a camera he could've become the world's first travel vlogger 😂
@GhGh-sj4wb Жыл бұрын
Ibn Battuta is the greatest traveler, explorer and traveler in history
@rahasyatreasure Жыл бұрын
भारत के धार्मिक स्थलों से जुड़ी रहस्यमयी अनसुनी कहानियाँ
@ultimatestoryteller Жыл бұрын
I wonder if his gram account would say "Wanderlust" as well. 😂 Drew Binsky would be so jealous of him btw.
@imranyounus7559 Жыл бұрын
@@ultimatestoryteller lol
@anwarsofian354 Жыл бұрын
That era doesn't exist yet
@awadhinho3715 Жыл бұрын
The moment Mombasa my home town was mentioned my heart melted and tears dropped from my eyes. This man was destined to explore the world. He was the real explorer, a man alone with trust in God Almighty. Exploring not for greed.
@waryaawariiri1812 4 күн бұрын
He might also have stayed in Lamu and Malindi after Mogadishu.
@RoshenRRujj Жыл бұрын
in the most of middle eastern countries his legacy is still greatly revered! I studied in Azerbaijan and i still remember our history books have hundreds of references to his travel notes as they provide an invaluable window to the middle ages of Azerbaijani history, shahs, cities, poets and life. He described Tabriz - Southern Azerbaijan in great details and talked about the ancient empires who ruled Azerbaijan. His travels and life was an inspiration for a lot of us when we were kids, we all dreamt about travelling far and beyond like him. Maybe thats why i ended up here in Australia now 10 years later, 10k km away from Azerbaijan. This Video is amazing btw, thank you so much!
@kamilialebnani8626 Жыл бұрын
As a Moroccan 🇲🇦🇲🇦, I love seeing my country's history getting recognition ❤🇲🇦❤🇲🇦❤🇲🇦
@abdu0x90 Жыл бұрын
جزائري هو
@kamilialebnani8626 Жыл бұрын
@@abdu0x90 😂😂😂 wakha alkarghouli 😂
@abdu0x90 Жыл бұрын
@@kamilialebnani8626 جزائري وبالظبط من خنشلة
@kamilialebnani8626 Жыл бұрын
@@abdu0x90 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
@AdamAzzr Жыл бұрын
@@kamilialebnani8626 غلط، جزائري من عين دفلة
@pestese. 2 ай бұрын
As a Moroccan, I am very proud of him and I am happy to see many people praising him, whether Muslims or non-Muslims. I love you very much❤🇲🇦
@AbdAlQader9 2 ай бұрын
So proud that this legend was Muslim ❤
@sheikhhashashin6946 Жыл бұрын
It's really sad, he didn't have the chance to tell his mom about his journey and the wonders of the world :"(
@ammanite Жыл бұрын
@Rizky Satya that's actually sad to think about, though it's probably not the case. There was a postal system in the Muslim world back then and other travelers. He probably sent his parents letters and gifts.
@ashtonfranklin4620 Жыл бұрын
Yeah because he went back to Morocco after traveling to the mongol Court in China, he traveled back home to Morocco where he discovered his parents died and he later goes into Spain where he serves as an Islamic judge and traveled into the Mali empire where he settled in Timbuktu as a scholar and made it back to his hometown if Morocco where he was told by the sultan to record his discoveries and adventures after traveling all over the world and in his text he's said to travel all across Eurasia
@ahmadhasif979 Жыл бұрын
They can meet in hereafter, share stories
@hamzaiaaza6519 Жыл бұрын
that is the most saddest thing in his story
@Dookehdaki 5 ай бұрын
He will tell her everything in a perfect place with no distractions with full recollection, Insha Allah, Allah promises us our reunion.
@learnmoroccandarjawithsami8741 Жыл бұрын
As a Moroccan it’s something inside us we just love travelling, I am grown up in a very poor area but yet I always had the dream to travel around the world, I studied hard and got a good job and now I visited, Malta, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Tunisia, UK, Netherlands, and Now living in Hungary, planning to continue the journey after that to the Middle East, u see it’s just something in us
@Spinooza07 7 ай бұрын
God be with you, enjoy the journey akhay
@ishthi Жыл бұрын
Ibn Batuta entered Sri Lanka through the lagoon port of my hometown Puttalam and he mentioned the name of the city in his book. Also, he has visited the famous Adam's peak mountain in the central province as a part of his itinerary
@Lifegoeson166 Ай бұрын
I think that mountain is called sripada..I have visited there...
@Unichab001 24 күн бұрын
Moroccoan 🇲🇦 legend love from algeria 🇩🇿 😊
@HH-qk2or Жыл бұрын
I’m so glad to see this video on him. My mom would always tell me stories about him when I was a child. She told me when she was in school in Lebanon they learned about him. On a side note, I love how everywhere he went he was welcomed by a king, a high ranking government official, or a wealthy and influential person. I feel like if I made that trek and I showed up I’d probably look homeless at which point they’d kick me out loll
@mariawgp6619 6 ай бұрын
We moroccans are very proud of him representing our country in such a positive image! What a great man 🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦
@nenenindonu Жыл бұрын
Ibn Battuta lived in such an interesting period when most of Asia was recovering from the Mongol conquests going through cultural transmissions and architectural development
@friendly_thunder3648 Жыл бұрын
he died in funny numer 1369 Wow so many lieks
@yeetman4953 Жыл бұрын
@@MrWhodatsay exchanging culture.
@crazyraptor2907 Жыл бұрын
@@friendly_thunder3648 omg your pfp i can't stand it
@kiwuuspurr1927 Жыл бұрын
@@crazyraptor2907 the amogus effect
@theguywhogoeswhy9223 Жыл бұрын
@@friendly_thunder3648 1369 fUnnY nUmBer 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂🥸
@yecly Жыл бұрын
He was such a fiery, crazy dude for doing what he did yet respectable due to his knowledge. I would love to host and chat with him if he is alive today. To travel and be accepted in many nations shows that he is humble yet accommodating every new culture he encountered. Sure, he got paid for jobs he took around the nation and received gifts due to being guest of important people but how he maintained all that through different culture, that is magnificent. Man got skills!
@Elthorr149 20 күн бұрын
He was educated but not very accommodating , he created many problems for local rulers of islamic countries, since he was a judge he was able to see everything wrong and acted like a Karen whenever he had the chance. I find these parts of his story very funny.
@Jaffar540 Жыл бұрын
Ibn Battuta is one of my favourite historical personalities. I have collected some very interesting books on and about his historical voyages around the globe. He was a brave, daring, and determined person to have successfully explored the world and to put down in his diary all the people, culture, and experiences he had learned during his sojourn. No one before or after Ibn Battuta had explored the world single-handedly and returned home safe. My prayers for his soul and for the parents he had lost.
@ahmadhussain-Fitness Жыл бұрын
I read his book Safarnama (biography) in urdu language in early 90s very interesting. Specially when he went to india and saw "satti* a widow burnt alive with her died husband after seeing this ibni batuta said in his biography that he fall and unconscious for hours there, when he woke up he saw only dust of burnt woods.
@zafar5059 Жыл бұрын
The same I have heard about a Muslim traveller who has similar name to ibn battuta Idk it was in Viking land where a girl was burned alongside an old man or woman who died of natural causes and they claimed it to be their ritual
@mastersensie Жыл бұрын
@@zafar5059 it's ibn fadlan who traveled to viking land
@TheSuperhafizh Жыл бұрын
It was impossible to not mention his name in history book. Even in Indonesia, when it seems like he just had a short transit, he is able to somehow manage to meet important people and store everything (well, most of it) perfectly in his mind, and write it down in a book.
@Elthorr149 20 күн бұрын
He didn't wrote the book himself, even if he was educated he took writers and narrated his stories to to them so they can properly put it in a book.
@ahmedkas4298 16 күн бұрын
people used to have better memory before the digital age .
@cadenablokito 26 күн бұрын
This guy makes me proud as a young moroccan from Tangier, I've seen his grave lately in old town and read a lot of books about him. Can you imagine if this guy got the chance to live in our days where you can have a full plan travel with planes hotels and all the services we have right now ???
@lilac2698 Жыл бұрын
In India, we often have stories of Ibn Battuta in our Hindi literature school textbooks in the lower grades.
@godofthisshit Жыл бұрын
@Lilac and he's known to almost nobody in America. Interesting how different areas view what's important.
@tatbhar7304 Жыл бұрын
Would mind telling me tje name of these stories about him so that i can read them. Thank you I'm Moroccan
@mayhewberube5408 Жыл бұрын
@@godofthisshit Average American doesn't know how many states there are in his country, nor what his nation's flag stands for.....etc.... different areas of view of what's important and if anything is important at all
@KD400_ Жыл бұрын
@@mayhewberube5408 bro in England they don't know anything either in school we don't learn anything valuable and most people come out of school uneducated and end up in welfare and drugs and many other useless things
@mayhewberube5408 Жыл бұрын
@@KD400_ England still has an aristocratic system, the people of the high class receive excellent education since childhood to prepare them to govern the country and lead the most powerful companies and corporations, as of the populace it is strategically left in the dark, because an ignorant people is easier to rule
@ramio1983 Жыл бұрын
Ibn Battuta was unapologetically himself, i really admire that about him. Even though his amazing travels are what makes him famous and well loved- there are aspects of him that will trigger you- that's not to say he was a bad man by any stretch of the imagination, but his encounters and opinions were brutally honest. He DID expect gifts from the Elite and got upset when he didn't get any, he DID expect good food and a lavish care upon him upon his arrival, he DID take advantage of his status and had wives and kids that he knew he would abandon, he DID get offended at the sight of naked tribes and church bells ringing- but that's what i love about him- his honesty in his adventures, he really let the World know who he truly was- a remarkable traveller that had a taste of the good life and really couldn't get enough of it :)
@user-pr8uy9bw8y Жыл бұрын
120000 kms and books of memories.
@maxk880 Жыл бұрын
You mean: He's an arrogant snub asshole who just cares about himself? WHy do you admire that about him? That's the entire problem with the world and has been for 1000s of years..
@greatexpectations6577 Жыл бұрын
That is an honest man with pride and dignity.
@afrobian1 6 ай бұрын
what is the book name? im a moroccan and ashamed of this question
@Ginzo111 3 ай бұрын
@@afrobian1 Rihla
@michaelnance8319 10 ай бұрын
“Wow!” This guy’s life should be turn into a movie or Netflix series. All the places he visited should be talk about in History courses in Colleges.
@rififienforce 9 ай бұрын
Netflix ? Noooo🥶
@michaelnance8319 9 ай бұрын
@Yo D If Produce by Hollywood, then maybe Will Smith or Kevin Hartman would end up with the role. But a respectable Company. That isn’t going to happen.
@UserAme99 3 ай бұрын
They gonna turn him black and gay.
@waryaawariiri1812 4 күн бұрын
If Ibn Battuta and Khalid bin Walid were Western historical figures, they would have too many films and series based on them by now. But alas, the prejudiced Western mind would not allow to give credit to these brave Muslim pioneers.
@MrxGamex69 Жыл бұрын
Crazy how one can travel around the globe on foot in a lifetime. Respect to Ibn Batuta
@Razib_Rahman 5 ай бұрын
boat. boat.
@user-gb2gm6ek4e 29 күн бұрын
@@Razib_Rahmancombination of foot animal and boat
@Aazammm Жыл бұрын
I've seen a documentary of many hours on Ibn Batuta and believe me thats one of the most epic real travel stories I've ever seen. The guy has seen everything
@redmarrakech947 Жыл бұрын
Thank you for this great video of this Moroccan traveller. I hope his journey will be in a movie 🎬. My greetings from Marrakech, Morocco 🇲🇦
@stalin1909 Жыл бұрын
I made it a mission upon myself,to visit Ibn Batuta’s Tomb in the Old town of Tangier , Morocco. It took me serious traveling to get there . But I’m glad I did . I did it to pay respect and Admiration to one of the Greatest travelers who ever lived .
@burningheart007 Жыл бұрын
This msg should be pin.. you are the real admirer
@azdinefx6545 Жыл бұрын
Welcome to Tangier bro
@user-xk6xb4br9r Жыл бұрын
Share photos
@AdamAzzr Жыл бұрын
When did you visit it
@urdaddytanzir2474 Жыл бұрын
@@user-xk6xb4br9r why ur name sad emoji broh?
@letskeepintouchchannel7860 6 ай бұрын
An incredible person 💪👍I love Morocco ❤❤🇺🇸🇲🇦
@haideralnaser5496 Жыл бұрын
My dad (who is a shiek himself) has a copy of his book (الرحلة) in his library And as one who read the book in its entirety I have to say you did a great job Bless
@5thdawg917 Жыл бұрын
I am visiting Tangier soon. I can't wait to see the place.
@sblong07 9 күн бұрын
I took my son to Tangier where Ibn Batuta’s house stands ( commemorated with small plaque) in the Kasbah neighbor in the old Medina 14 years ago. Today he sent me this video. That trip inspired us to explore the world like Ibn Batuta and today we have seen half of the world together. ❤
@artemismoonbow2475 Жыл бұрын
I remember having to read his traveler's tales as an undergrad longer ago than I wish to admit. I remember being entranced by him, then exhausted by him, then sorry for him, and then I forgot about him. Enough of my own travels later I see this and see him differently. There is an Odinic quality to his seeking and that spirit moves me too. I wonder in an age of global communications and map completion is the journey that needs exploring is the one within? I'm sure now, with miles under my feet, that the inner journey is the point, and now I wonder if the inner journey was always possible from the start? I'm happy to hear the name of the traveler Ibn Battuta again.
@outlandishpersonnel6441 Жыл бұрын
This man has written the book titled "Kitabul Rohela". He is not underrated in Bangladesh as in Bangladeshi educational institutions he must be studied in every history class.
@normalguy5208 Жыл бұрын
@saidsd734 Жыл бұрын
Really? Thats amazing, i am very proud as a moroccan
@outlandishpersonnel6441 Жыл бұрын
@@saidsd734 Yes, really. In the video on 12.21 you find the information that Ibn Batuta came to Chittagong and Sylhet to meet a man called Hazrat Shah Jalal Rahmatullah in 1345. Chittagong and Sylhet are two major cities of Bangladesh. Ibn Batua stayd in Bangladesh and recorded history which we learn today. For this reason we know him and respect him.
@saidsd734 Жыл бұрын
@@outlandishpersonnel6441 waw thats awesome, i didnt know that ! InchAllah i visit Bangladesh some day!
@outlandishpersonnel6441 Жыл бұрын
@@saidsd734 You're are welcome 😊. Bangladesh is a very beautiful country, and It's a Muslim country. You can search about Bangladesh in KZbin.
@dovicdc9806 Жыл бұрын
Great Moroccan traveler from a great old nation 🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦
@arianitonline8748 Жыл бұрын
I have read some paper from a historian professor, that the muslim sailors helped columbus during his sailing, and even guided him towards america. this paper goes much deeper, explaining that south america was visited many times by arab speaking people long before the spaniards went there. and it makes sense when we look at people like ibn battuta. also worth mentioning. ibn battuta was a scientist. he wrote about the universe, solar system, and other physical laws. some can say he inspired people like galile and newton
@IrishCinnsealach 11 ай бұрын
To start with your claim Muslims guided Columbus to the Americas is so ignorant and hysterical He was trying to get to India instead of going round Africa So if they guided him to the Americas they didn't have a clue where they were And battuta didn't write anything He dictated his travels to a scholar and that's the extent of his work He didn't write about the universe or the solar system and no one with an ounce of credibility would claim he inspired Galileo Galilei or Newton And no Arab ever documented anything about the Americas Not one zero zilch
@arianitonline8748 11 ай бұрын
@@IrishCinnsealach I will get into the details about galileo not being the first to talk about the solar system and to prove that he was inspired by people before him. same for newton. he was propably reading ibn haythm's notes about gravity when the apple feel on his head. but as for columbus, yes, he might have had a muslim navigator. doesn't matter where columbus destination was, what matters is who was the navigator. maybe he too by accident guided columbus towards america or by purpose
@IrishCinnsealach 11 ай бұрын
@@arianitonline8748 @ArianitOnline why are you talking about ibn haythm When this video is about ibn battuta But since you mention him and claim he inspired Newton well seems you missed the fact that his total gravitational theory was nothing but what Aristotle already proposed in 1BC No surprise considering the middle age Muslims had all the classical Greek and Roman texts translated After Aristotle the 6th century Byzantine Alexandrian scholar John Philoponus modified the Aristotelian concept of gravity with the theory of impetus. then you say it doesn't matter where the destination was only who the navigator was That's just pathetic. He might of guided him to the Americas on purpose 😂😂 Well the thing is I was simply humouring you before but because your comment is even more unfounded than your first let me tell you that the pilot of the Santa Maria wasn't even a Muslim he was mixed race Spanish and African
@arianitonline8748 11 ай бұрын
@@IrishCinnsealach wait a minute. did you say that the pilot wasn't muslim but spanish and african??!?!? oh man. first of all, africa is a continent, so was he morrocean, algerian, egyptian, nigerian, what was he? and muslim is a person who follows a religion and has nothing to do with nationality. as I said, I have read a theory about columbus, I didn't say it was history!
@rififienforce 9 ай бұрын
​@@IrishCinnsealach thé pilots were berbers from Gibraltar, not 'black 'african'.
@achmad6962 10 ай бұрын
Muslim explorers history : 🥰🤝🌿🧑‍⚖️ western explorers history : ☠️ 🩸 🔪😈
@Slashplite Ай бұрын
different times. When western explorers started travelling the world , Europe was soaked in bad ideologies. Expulsion of Jews , Reconquista, witch hunting etc.
@Tom-2142 Ай бұрын
This is just dishonest.
@Lifegoeson166 Ай бұрын
Say that looking at India 💀Muslims killed thousands of Hindus there 💀
@jatinshilen 26 күн бұрын
Bloodshed came afterwards when they discovered new spots for jihad
@TM-rs3ki 26 күн бұрын
@awaaljowder Жыл бұрын
I learned about him in grades 1 to 6 in my Arabic classes Thank you for the childhood memories I really remembered a lot of grade 2 rn 💔
@lutdnogs Жыл бұрын
my ancient world history teacher taught us so much this year, everything about the paleolithic era, neolithic era, out of africa theory, ancient mesopotamia, ancient egypt, ancient rome, ancient china, the han dynasty, qin dynasty, shang dynasty, the byzantine empire, the roman republic, the carolingian empire, the babylonians, the middle ages (dark ages), the crusades, the ottoman empire, early christianity, judaism, zoroastrianism, buddhism, hinduism, taoism, early islam, and like so much more, im so thankful that i actually have a history teacher who teaches us more than american history.
@lerneanlion Жыл бұрын
Indeed, this is true. His joruney across the known world is greatly underrated! More likes for Ibn Battuta!
@alittlebitgone Жыл бұрын
Well, considering there is zero evidence for any of this, and very little of it makes any sense at all, we can safely ignore it.
@abcd9283 Жыл бұрын
@@alittlebitgone what kind of evidence do you need??
@copiusgrimus6671 Жыл бұрын
@@alittlebitgone what evidence tou need he litterly wrote a book
@vattghern257 Жыл бұрын
more underrated medival explorer is Benedict The Pole, he travelled with Pope's embassy to give a letter to the mongol khan, he travelled through Poland/Rus/pontic stepps and dessert to karracorum. He travelled few years before Marco Polo, and was the first source of knowledge for europeans of mongol empire. on TrashingMadPL channel is video about him, but in polish.
@obamacare9139 Жыл бұрын
@@alittlebitgone its a medieval history. You expect them to made a monuments or something?? He literally write a book about it
@omarezzaoua8353 Жыл бұрын
I am heading to Tangiers to visit his tomb. His legacy is an inspiration to the world not just Moroccans
@Jadido7 Жыл бұрын
He died in Marrakesh, but I don’t think his tomb is known
@omarezzaoua8353 Жыл бұрын
It is indeed in Tangiers. You can google its location.
@Jadido7 Жыл бұрын
@@omarezzaoua8353 i just googled it, thanks
@aloknarain723 Жыл бұрын
A very well researched text , wonderfully narrated and a very clear explanatory map showing Ibn Batuta's journeys . Hoping for more such knowledgeable videos in future Thank you.
@megroslmegr7504 3 ай бұрын
He is BIG in Muslim world...much bigger than Marco Polo or Cheng Ho
@jprogaminggd 2 ай бұрын
Thank you so much for presenting this. Ibn Battuta is now probably my favorite explorer. The guy lived a life.
@tinabraxton4906 Жыл бұрын
This is fascinating. I had never learned much about Ibn Battuta, except in various histories that state he was here or there.
@redmoor1852 Жыл бұрын
Ibn battuta is so underrated, he deserves more recognition. Anyway, he is still the pride of Morocco ❤🇲🇦
@GhGh-sj4wb Жыл бұрын
Ibn Battuta is the greatest traveler, explorer and traveler in history
@AdamAzzr Жыл бұрын
He's not underrated in Morocco, and that's enough for me.
@lonewolf7873 Жыл бұрын
He is very famous in Bangladesh. We read about him in text books.
@smaquasim1745 Жыл бұрын
I always discuss him in the family. I first read about him when I was 8 or 9. from India
@yorusuyasoul69420 Жыл бұрын
never heard of him before but i saw only his name in a metro station in dubai lol
@JavaoftheLava Жыл бұрын
Ibn Battuta is a hero of mine. I’ve always had wanderlust and it wasn’t until I was 22 that I listened to the little voice telling me to go and wandered around for 3 years. It was the best decision I ever made.
@PashtoNaat. 6 ай бұрын
No one was at his place and no one can take his place as an explorer. We cannot describe his greatness is few words but to tribute to this brilliant personality i kept My son name is Batuta because of this great explorer of the history. ❤
@arandomzoomer4837 Жыл бұрын
That’s an amazing life. I’m so glad he wrote all these travels down for us to read about
@ibec69 Жыл бұрын
This guy was a major hustler. How he managed to do all that travelling and stay alive is a testament to that.
@triilmana.f1950 Жыл бұрын
he lived in a time when science was developing in the Islamic world, especially medicine. not like the west in those days.
@ibec69 Жыл бұрын
@@triilmana.f1950 I know but it was still probably pretty dangerous to travel around. According to the video he got kidnapped a few times but he managed to get out of it.
@user-ul2uy5ww5n 3 ай бұрын
He can
@ibec69 3 ай бұрын
@@user-ul2uy5ww5n evidently 😄
@dunnoewatzgood Ай бұрын
He is the pride of morocco i hope to see a tv show about him one day
@aakashdwivedi7778 Жыл бұрын
In India his legacy still lives on, his adventures and experiences were introduced to us as kids through our school textbooks and we even have poems and songs about him here. Its quite fascinating really, the impact a solitary man can have
@nawfalourimech8974 Жыл бұрын
Waw amazing, are those poems and songs available on YT ?
@zakariaalami1491 Жыл бұрын
Wow really ?
@kriketprayme Жыл бұрын
@@nawfalourimech8974 this is the song :
@mr6t965 Жыл бұрын
@@kriketprayme 🤣🤣
@fadeoutfahim2899 Жыл бұрын
@@kriketprayme 😆😂
@MrRisati Жыл бұрын
Great presentation. What's truly amazing is that most of these travels were taken at the speed of a walk.
@TheSaadoun13 Жыл бұрын
I'm glad that one of our morrocan legends get recognition thank you for this video ❤️
@kaoutartaki6275 Жыл бұрын
We as Moroccans and Amazighs are proud of the great traveler Ibn Battuta 🇲🇦 ⵣ ♥ What a breathtaking trip ♥♥
@user-ue4fh5mv9s Жыл бұрын
lol morocoo as a country didnt even exist at that time so stop with the nationalism already
@kaoutartaki6275 Жыл бұрын
@@user-ue4fh5mv9s hahahah...Bad joke 😒
@user-ue4fh5mv9s Жыл бұрын
@@kaoutartaki6275yup nationalism is indeed a joke
@kaoutartaki6275 Жыл бұрын
@@user-ue4fh5mv9s ok 😂😂
@liveright1165 Жыл бұрын
@@user-ue4fh5mv9s Please go read history, I hate to break it to you. The moorish empire 🇲🇦 and many more dynasties who ruled in Morocco. I guess you are another jealous Algerian, I feel bad for your black heart. We were meant to be a kingdom my brother and we are still until the judgement day inchallah! ولا غالب الا الله
@byzantinetales Жыл бұрын
There are many people who may have followed a similar itinerary. Ibn Batuta was lucky to write about it and at the same time write his name in history.
@user-uk5cg6yj9q 2 ай бұрын
I'm learning Arabic, hope to travel around from Morocco and Algeria to Egypt and Jordan ... I'm exchanging for Greek, if any teacher is interested... the video was inspiring
@saadshinobi3859 Ай бұрын
im Moroccan, i wanna learn greek but the alphabets seem so complicated
@user-uk5cg6yj9q Ай бұрын
Do you have WhatsApp?
@GhGh-sj4wb Ай бұрын
This awesome 😎 ❤
@agailham8476 Жыл бұрын
From my school book, the name "Sumatera" in Indonesia can be counted as the legacy from Ibn Battuta. When he visited Samudera Pasai Sultanate during his journey to China, he wrote the word "Sumatrah" for that place in his journal (maybe from the misspelling from the "Samudera" word). The word "Sumatrah" become the international name for the region and then for the island as well until today.
@notescreators2308 Жыл бұрын
waw, i never know that
@silvervirio3642 Жыл бұрын
If that was true, it would be pretty cool.
@ahmadsherbeny5609 Жыл бұрын
Wow this is new to me, thx for sharing this marvelous info =)
@zakirnaikahmaddeedat3651 Жыл бұрын
What's the name of the book you read?
@agailham8476 Жыл бұрын
@@zakirnaikahmaddeedat3651 My schoolbook when I was in middle school. Wikipedia Indonesia also mention this. I think they using same citation from Hamka's book "Sedjarah Islam di Sumatera" (1950). But Wikipedia English did not mention this. They explain that earliest mention about "Sumatra" can be dated to 1017, far before Ibn Battuta came to this island.
@serrico0869 Жыл бұрын
WoW this guy is incredible. Thanks for making this vid, I am saddened by the dislike some have on explorers. Some were less than stellar BUT one cannot deny their adventurous spirit.
@Anas-te1vh Жыл бұрын
Incredible story. Thank you for sharing it, it's a shame that many people have never heard his name
@okok-xk3qb Жыл бұрын
The sad thing is that when he returned to Morocco He found his parents dead , he did not get the chance to tell them about his great achievement.
@floorgangmember2117 Жыл бұрын
Damn i watched a 17 min documentary on a great traveler it was so interesting didn't even moved during the whole video well deserved like and respect to the Great traveler.
@ryuk78 Жыл бұрын
10:50 Wow, he even reached my birthplace.
@mhvalue7343 Жыл бұрын
ibn Battuta is not underrated in Muslim world.I read books of him in my child hood edit: omg to many likes thank you all.
@theawesomeman9821 Жыл бұрын
or says he's underrated? Everyone I knew had to read about him for school, even in the West.
@mhvalue7343 Жыл бұрын
@@theawesomeman9821 I heard first time that in west you read about him. 👍
@devanshgupta.233 Жыл бұрын
i read about him in school as well
@anisghil Жыл бұрын
I was 8 when, we read book about him in Algiers' school
@cardboardsnail81 Жыл бұрын
In india we even have a popular song on ibn batuta lol
@healingbyqurannow Жыл бұрын
Exceptionally well done work, thank you.
@ontheroad- Жыл бұрын
this great man deserves recognition, a series or even a movie would be nice!
@kiren3168 5 ай бұрын
Wow that's so inspiring!!
@mostfamoawad2771 Жыл бұрын
For sure underrated, I have seen hundreds of scholars, people n posts quoting from his book like it is their own words. Learning better and wisdom comes from traveling
@MZ-dg3er Жыл бұрын
If you come to Morocco by plane, you will notice that Tangier airport name is actually "ibn batuta" ...All the airports of Morocco named with kings and sultans names except Tangier( home town of ibn batuta) the king Hassan the second himself refused that the airport be named to his name and ordered that airport must have the name of that great traveler.
@realhades9178 Жыл бұрын
As a Moroccan, I love seeing my country's history getting recognition
@simosan4451 Жыл бұрын
و ديولنا فيلم مقدروش اخسروه عليه و على غيروا.
@AdamAzzr Жыл бұрын
@@simosan4451 فيلم على بن بطوطة غايخيصو ميزاانية كبيرة و تصوير مزيان. اذا كانو غايشوهوه غير بلاش
@simosan4451 Жыл бұрын
@@AdamAzzr خاصوا مزانية ؟ و علاه الفلوس لخاصة ؟؟؟ ميزانية 2m لشهر دير ليك ابن بطوطة و يوسف بن تاشفين و يعقوب المنصور و مولاي اسماعيل و اشيط الخير، راهم باغينك تبقى تفكر في بلاستك و تقول الميزانية تيجي البراني و دير مبغا في تاريخنا كما دار المويتي مع طارق ابن زياد لرضوا عربي و رضنا حنا ع.ب.ي.د عندهم.
@specialone3209 Жыл бұрын
@@AdamAzzr اه متلا دير إنتاج ديالو HBO ولا نيتفليكس و يمتلو فيه مغاربة
@AdamAzzr Жыл бұрын
@@simosan4451 هضرة خاوية، إذا كنتي غادي مسلسل و لا فيلم على بن بطوطة خاصك تصورو ب نفس الجودة ديال نيتفليكس وHBO، إذا ما كنتيش غاتصورو هكا غي بلاش. اما سلاطين هضرة خرا، تا هي خاصها ميزانية، و لا مكنتيس غطلعو بنفس الجودة د غيم اوف ثرونز و لا فايكينكز غي بلاش، انا ضد التشويه. بغيت الحاجة يا تكون مقادة مزيان يا ماديرش غاع
@toffeem944 Жыл бұрын
thank you, for this beautiful video
@abdullahalmahin6385 Ай бұрын
I live in Chittagong, its fascinating that Ibn Batuta traveled here
@atlanticstate9602 Жыл бұрын
the importance of Ibn Battuta is that he's the only proof of the existing of many political entities and kingdoms in Asia and Africa , and even gave details about the places and the culture
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