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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Jairo Souza
Jairo Souza 3 aylar önce
This guy deserves a tv show with 10 seasons. He is definitely the greatest explorer in the whole world.
ZN 4 gün önce
He's incredible
BunnyRabbit 8 gün önce
If he's a Muslim, then probably most people in the Film industry won't allow it. You know, it will showcase Islam religion and some people hate that😑
Adi Sj
Adi Sj 24 gün önce
yeah, this isnt exaggerated at all.
TheKingMapper 26 gün önce
SheikhHashashin 11 aylar önce
It's really sad, he didn't have the chance to tell his mom about his journey and the wonders of the world :"(
Hamza Iaaza
Hamza Iaaza 2 aylar önce
that is the most saddest thing in his story
Rabbi Shmuel Shekelbaum
Rabbi Shmuel Shekelbaum 2 aylar önce
tracelling back then you never knew if youd see your family again
Rabbi Shmuel Shekelbaum
Rabbi Shmuel Shekelbaum 2 aylar önce
@The Palestinian Leftist palestinian leftist? dont shame us like that bro
Ahmad Hasif
Ahmad Hasif 6 aylar önce
They can meet in hereafter, share stories
Ashton Franklin
Ashton Franklin 6 aylar önce
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
stalin1909 11 aylar önce
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 .
Pickled dolphin meat with horseradish and mustard™
Pickled dolphin meat with horseradish and mustard™ 9 gün önce
@R. L. that's a real word...
TheKingMapper 26 gün önce
Welcome to Morocco
Repent and believe in Jesus Christ
Repent and believe in Jesus Christ 28 gün önce
Repent to Jesus Christ “being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.” ‭‭Philippians‬ ‭1‬:‭6‬ ‭NIV‬‬
Fatima-Ezzahra Kouar
Fatima-Ezzahra Kouar Aylar önce
@luvhott قال بلي تعجبو ان بطوطة وكفاش تسارا العالم كامل ودار وعد مع راسو يسافر لطنجة باش يزور الضريح ديالو وبصح جا المغرب وزارو وعجباتو طنجة والمغرب
luvhott Aylar önce
​@jalilvj chnou gal afak mafhmtch mezyane
Adnan Egal
Adnan Egal 9 aylar önce
"Who lives sees, but who travels sees more". -Ibn Battuta
Mount Blanc
Mount Blanc 19 gün önce
@Repent and believe in Jesus Christ did Jesus peace upon him say this??
Repent and believe in Jesus Christ
Repent and believe in Jesus Christ 28 gün önce
Repent to Jesus Christ “being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.” ‭‭Philippians‬ ‭1‬:‭6‬ ‭NIV‬‬
Hedwig Aylar önce
@Emmanuel Rossi who's that
Emmanuel Rossi
Emmanuel Rossi Aylar önce
Chesterton would disagree.
Shina 2 aylar önce
Yup that true
Md Kasim
Md Kasim 9 aylar önce
His frequent travel to Mecca clearly defines how much he is Strong believer
The Dedro
The Dedro Aylar önce
​@Bhargav what do you believe in??
Ken Kaneki
Ken Kaneki Aylar önce
@Bhargav He is a walking internet, he traveled all over the world yet his Islam was strong.
Bhargav Aylar önce
@Yassine Rifai See rates of apostasy too.
Annu Kim
Annu Kim Aylar önce
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.
Mount Blanc
Mount Blanc 19 gün önce
This man (ibnu batutah) is very popular in Indonesia 🇮🇩 too
RespectFul 26 gün önce
rushiferu Aylar önce
@Sa hi I'm from Canada
Sa Aylar önce
Really? I'm a Moroccan in Korea and they barely know about Morocco
rushiferu Aylar önce
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
S-ko-bar 11 aylar önce
"Traveling leaves you speechless and then turns you into a storyteller" (Ibn Battuta)
Repent and believe in Jesus Christ
Repent and believe in Jesus Christ 28 gün önce
Repent to Jesus Christ “being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.” ‭‭Philippians‬ ‭1‬:‭6‬ ‭NIV‬‬ ht
KANII Aylar önce
@Talha 27 welp you would need to take lots of food and resources with you that would for sure need lots of money and it would be completely exhausting and of course don't forget that it would take months to reach your destination sooo yeah not that easy
Syafiq Nik
Syafiq Nik 2 aylar önce
Is it he said?
Talha 27
Talha 27 5 aylar önce
But in past time we don't need to pay money for travel
Tarik Jahid
Tarik Jahid 3 aylar önce
As moroccan we feel so proud of him he was not only a traveller but also a Moroccan Ambassador
Mohamed Nafs Zakiya
Mohamed Nafs Zakiya 26 gün önce
@Samir Mochimas Morocco did not exist at the time of the small Idriss Emirate. The Regency of Algiers defeated the Spaniards and the Portuguese in the battle of the three kings, following which it put the Saadian dynasty, which was its vassal, in power, until the Spaniards and the Portuguese took over Morocco, and Spain is still present in Morocco until today. Numidia was not Muslim but it is our Algerian ancestors regardless of their religion the blood ties of our Numidian ancestors are the most important for us.
Mohamed Nafs Zakiya
Mohamed Nafs Zakiya 28 gün önce
@Samir Mochimas I know the myth of the imaginary Moroccan empire by heart. There's no need to tell me your bedtime stories. None of the people you mentioned was Moroccan nor has ever designated himself as being Moroccan for the simple reason that Morocco did not yet exist at that time. The concept of nation-state is a recent concept which was only introduced in the Maghreb in the last century. Any nationalist myth is based precisely on the national nationalist novel that the French have created for you to legitimize their colonial creation in Morocco.
Samir Mochimas
Samir Mochimas 29 gün önce
@Bat Minton stay mad, u dont want to say your country because surely your country doesn't have an history and was created by some other country😂. Keep trying, we are happy with our BIG history☪️🇲🇦♓
Samir Mochimas
Samir Mochimas 29 gün önce
@Mohamed Nafs Zakiya We are also the only country who identify themself as berbers because we are the countrie with most berbers.
Aga Ilham
Aga Ilham 10 aylar önce
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.
Adi Abdillah
Adi Abdillah Aylar önce
@someone _ this is similar to the name of Korea and Japan, both misspelled by Portuguese and British
Inez Y
Inez Y Aylar önce
Samudera in English would mean ocean if I'm not mistaken.
someone _
someone _ 2 aylar önce
Thats so cool, imagine misspelling a name only for that name to become the official name of a region, shows how much influence his journey and book was
AHMED S 2 aylar önce
Great information, thanks for sharing
Ali Zein
Ali Zein 3 aylar önce
in Indonesia Sumatera island also called Andalas island (maybe also means Andalus).
serendipity 3 aylar önce
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.
Darkz 8 saatler önce
nothing to do with islam
illy billie
illy billie 20 gün önce
​@Oujbou Aicha this is true
chuckichas 20 gün önce
Hello from Canada. Ibn Battuta is my hero.
ART AND KNOWLEDGE by Abubakar Ziyaan Tabassum
ART AND KNOWLEDGE by Abubakar Ziyaan Tabassum 28 gün önce
​@Oujbou Aicha because your school system based on colonial powers like France Britain
Leesha Haneef
Leesha Haneef 10 aylar önce
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.
Annu Kim
Annu Kim Aylar önce
@A Series Of Triangles We Call Triangles you probably never been to Maldives so you have no idea what you're talking about. Ibn batouta is too popular in Maldives just like in Asia and other parts of the world. You have to read his books also meet locals from those countries and hear from them.
Rabbi Shmuel Shekelbaum
Rabbi Shmuel Shekelbaum 2 aylar önce
@Richard Westwood jelous, FUARK
Richard Westwood
Richard Westwood 2 aylar önce
@Rabbi Shmuel Shekelbaum he did, there is a tribe in Turkey and another one in Afghanistan that claim to be his direct descendants.
Rabbi Shmuel Shekelbaum
Rabbi Shmuel Shekelbaum 2 aylar önce
@Richard Westwood probably left kids all over the world
Richard Westwood
Richard Westwood 3 aylar önce
@Van-S X love hurts
Sheg 9 aylar önce
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
illy billie
illy billie 20 gün önce
Mohammad Afroz
Mohammad Afroz 28 gün önce
May Allah bless people of Maldives and keep them firm on Emaan
Amir Syazley
Amir Syazley Aylar önce
Alhamdulillah, may Allah bless all of us Muslims
Rino Aylar önce
Masha Allah
Saber 11 aylar önce
Ibn Battutah really was the main character of life he did all the side quests and the main story 😂❤️
SUNSHINEWHITE 2 aylar önce
Definitely 😁
Lucas 2 aylar önce
a true Genshin Impact traveler imagine if they made character Ibn battutah in GI
Universal Facts
Universal Facts 3 aylar önce
He Just missed to see Rome
Wavez 3 aylar önce
Yes 😂
Elly Ruslim
Elly Ruslim 4 aylar önce
Remarkable ibn Bhatuta👍👏💪
Jelly Fish
Jelly Fish 10 aylar önce
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.
bindaas boi
bindaas boi 12 saatler önce
@Mega Magikarp lol lack of knowledge do some research bangli 🤣
Mega Magikarp
Mega Magikarp 13 saatler önce
​@bindaas boiindia was born in 1947
bindaas boi
bindaas boi 24 gün önce
Lol you should say Indian system Bangladesh was born way b4 🤣 knowledge less
Ken Kaneki
Ken Kaneki Aylar önce
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.
Muryani Cikgu
Muryani Cikgu 10 aylar önce
Can you imagine how Ibnu Batutah travel around the world at that time? With camels or horses...not using modern transportation like car or plane. I think no one can beat his journey until now👍👍
Satrio Rama
Satrio Rama Aylar önce
​@Mario Prawirosudiro At that time Islam were spreading fast. Even if the local lords doesn't want to convert, they have heard of Islam. Ibn batuta most likely introduced himself to local lords as pilgrim on mission to travel all around the world. Anyone in great power always interested in story of far and beyond places. Those stories alone worth tens gold coins, and if he also introduced himself as Islamic judge, the lords definitely want to hire him to introduce Islamic laws in their lands.
Aeropolitan Flan
Aeropolitan Flan 6 aylar önce
He had patreon patrons, nah but local rulers would act as patrons. In that age anyone able to travel those distances and make it in one piece was a bona fide adventurer, a valuable one.
Cassidy J-C
Cassidy J-C 7 aylar önce
@muryani cikgu - There is currently someone travelling around the world, without flying! He's not trying to 'outdo' Ibn Battuta, (In fact he states Ibn is his most favourite traveler of all time) he's just simply trying to prove that you can still travel the world - 203 countries (and he explains how 'countries' are defined) - without the necessity of flying. Thor from Denmark - also known as 'onceuponasaga'. I have just welcomed him to speak to school students in Samoa (his 198th country) last week - and he is a completely humble world extraordinaire traveler.
Hezron Dawson
Hezron Dawson 7 aylar önce
He was Rich
Starman 8 aylar önce
@Mario Prawirosudiro many rulers gracefully received travelers and merchants with all sorts of gifts. They would later sell those gifts for a quick buck and continue traveling.
كنوز السفر
كنوز السفر Aylar önce
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
Hennaa Hananee
Hennaa Hananee Aylar önce
محضوض مع انه انا من المغرب مزال مجاتني الفرصة
Geert Wilders
Geert Wilders 10 aylar önce
I want a movie about him. A long movie. This guy literally lived an adventure
Apuspeak 2 aylar önce
Not a chance for Hollywood production unless the rich Gulf countries financed it and make use of local talents from all the places he visited. But positive image on muslim is a no-no, so they'll add gossips and made up accounts instead.
McAtlas 5 aylar önce
@Amar Saleem he-he-he Character building movies maybe not encouraged in Hollywood
Geert Wilders
Geert Wilders 6 aylar önce
@Amar Saleem lol
Amar Saleem
Amar Saleem 6 aylar önce
No.. But that would promote positive image about Muslims.. we can't have that...
idolsair x
idolsair x 3 aylar önce
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!!!
Fatima-Ezzahra Kouar
Fatima-Ezzahra Kouar Aylar önce
Me too I feel so proud to have ancestors like him, he's the real legend ❤️
G Hadari
G Hadari 11 aylar önce
Ibn Battuta was probably the only explorer/traveler who’s was motivated but the thirst of knowledge and exploring and not by greed
Pohorex Aylar önce
@Sabona Channel discover also entails bringing knowledge of said object or place to where you are from. Leif Erickson did not do that, therefore he didn’t discover anything. He just traveled
Pohorex Aylar önce
@Mashayekh Mashriquee he discovered it for Europeans. He brought knowledge of a land that Europeans did not know about. That is what discover means.
unanimous cat
unanimous cat Aylar önce
@Nizar Nizar can I know the name of the book?
P. 2 aylar önce
@Dhruva Drhu impecable logick. Americans speak english so any american citisen is an englishman - even if his ancestors came from Germany. What a time to use logic.
abcd efg
abcd efg 10 aylar önce
Such an underrated man. I remember reading his book every day on a balcony in Catalunya (Spain) having a view on the lower pyrenees while the sun was shining brightly and the natural smell of the cows and grass were roaming around the countryside . Oh man... the feels!
Mereo Aylar önce
Because we live in a European centric world. Everyone knows Marco Polo, but few know Ibn Batuta
x_NuT Aylar önce
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 “
Ultimate Truth
Ultimate Truth 4 aylar önce
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.
chuckichas 20 gün önce
@Annu Kim 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.
Sufian Mustafa
Sufian Mustafa Aylar önce
@Diae i love his style indeed 😊, i fail to imagine how many languages he'd speak lol.
Deez Aylar önce
He was a wise man due to his experiences and meeting different human kinds
Annu Kim
Annu Kim Aylar önce
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.
Diae 2 aylar önce
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
Kazi Rakib Ahmed
Kazi Rakib Ahmed 3 aylar önce
I plan to visit Morocco and pay my respect to this extraordinary adventurer and traveller one day in sha Allah. From Bangladesh 🇧🇩🇻🇳
Guedira Abdellatif
Guedira Abdellatif Aylar önce
Welcome in Morocco 🙏
Rania ❤
Rania ❤ Aylar önce
Welcome to Morocco 🇲🇦
Kazi Nahian
Kazi Nahian 2 aylar önce
@ismash 😂lol. Maybe he is colour blind. 🇧🇩🇲🇦♥️
‏قناة القرآن حجة
‏قناة القرآن حجة 2 aylar önce
Harun 2 aylar önce
ibn batuta visited Bangladesh in 1345/46, we love, and respect him.. ❤️
CyberLx 2 aylar önce
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 🇸🇴 .
lerneanlion 11 aylar önce
Indeed, this is true. His joruney across the known world is greatly underrated! More likes for Ibn Battuta!
Abdullah 2 aylar önce
@Dean Bergen ok dean enough internet for you today. go do your homeworl and sont forget the dishes!
Ryan Marlin
Ryan Marlin 6 aylar önce
Reinhard nope, I'm quite real.
Ryan Marlin
Ryan Marlin 6 aylar önce
@Robert Mitchell hater
Ryan Marlin
Ryan Marlin 6 aylar önce
@Jyue An he was an Islamic judge.
Turan Kubuş
Turan Kubuş 10 aylar önce
I have read his 1300-pages book. His journey is amazing
Rete Guy
Rete Guy 23 gün önce
I'd really love to read his complete travellogue, but sadly i can't find his book online for free.
Annu Kim
Annu Kim Aylar önce
His books inspired me to travel all the road from my hometown (Kobe) in japan, to his hometown (Tanger) in Morocco.
Azel Von Azrael
Azel Von Azrael 2 aylar önce
@Sani Perkasa Muhammad "A Gift to Those Who Contemplate the Wonders of Cities and the Marvels of Travelling" or as commonly know as "the rihla"
Sani Perkasa Muhammad
Sani Perkasa Muhammad 2 aylar önce
What is it called?
ZJO 9 aylar önce
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 ?
ⴰⵏⵣⴰⵔ Aylar önce
@Annu Kim hahaha you made me laugh. We Moroccans do speak many languages. I myself (aged 26) speak 5 languages and understand 7 languages. And know 3 writing systems/alphabets (Latin, Arabic and Tifinagh).
Annu Kim
Annu Kim Aylar önce
@Sadiq Rahman you're so wrong. He was placed as a judge in many countries he went to even Spain and some Asian countries who weren't represented to Islam yet. That guy was too smart and educated so I don't rule out that he was fluent in many foreign languages. Just travel to Morocco and you will see how many languages those people speak. I as a Japanese was surprised when I went to Marrakesh. They spoke to me in Japanese.
ISHD ISHDINA 2 aylar önce
@Mario Prawirosudiro it was more common to join a caravan, and it was more common that people were nice to travelers. Horses didnt either cost much and they dont need that much fuel anyway, and if you see, one of his journeys alone took 2 years.
kiwin 2 aylar önce
how did he manage to travel such long distances through forests and deserts under harsh conditions by foot
Meganthropus Magericus
Meganthropus Magericus 2 aylar önce
@Mario Prawirosudiro 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.
Rashka Paschaeff
Rashka Paschaeff 9 aylar önce
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!
xain M
xain M 10 aylar önce
He made such an incredible impact on the maldives with his time here too , truly an incredible person
E. R.
E. R. 3 aylar önce
@Draden Haven look up ibn battuta story about maldives , and how the country became a muslim country
Draden Haven
Draden Haven 10 aylar önce
Can you elaborate please ?
Mohamed Jaffar
Mohamed Jaffar 9 aylar önce
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.
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.
Lam 3 aylar önce
@Oujbou Aicha it's the same in Bangladesh.... They will always teach us pre Islamic Bengal.... But they will never teach us long history of Islamic rule in Bengal..
Oujbou Aicha
Oujbou Aicha 3 aylar önce
Wait what !!!! Omg that's amazing !! But I feel so sad even us as Moroccans we have nothing related to him in our history classes which is truly a shame.. our educational system sucks
@Moyurbird @moyurbird Hello, actually I'm not that kind of knowledgeable. 😄 You can search on internet. If you still need any further help then you can mail me. I'll try to help. 😇 Best wishes for you and your son. 🙂
Moyurbird 7 aylar önce
@OUTLANDISH PERSONNEL I'm so happy the great traveller visited my 🇧🇩 . We searched how 🇧🇩 because Muslims ☪️ & I epuld ❤️ to know who is buried in my bari (sylhet, osmaninogor, Tajpur Khazirgow) the bari ppl say its domeone important in the "mukam".can u help plz? U seem extremely knowledgeable
Kaoutar Taki
Kaoutar Taki 2 aylar önce
We as Moroccans and Amazighs are proud of the great traveler Ibn Battuta 🇲🇦 ⵣ ♥ What a breathtaking trip ♥♥
Adam Aylar önce
@- Moroccan nationalism is good, it is pretty pro-islam; arab, turkish, iranian, afghani, indonesian nationalisms are bads becasue they are very socialists and secularists. As moroccans history made us learn nationalism, we were not nationalists but when we have been kicked from Andalusia we developed our own nationalism, to defend our particularities from the iberian barbar christians at the north and the turks at the est (our "brothers" who didn't helped us during the war against the spaniards). Our nationalism led us to beat the christians when they tried to conquer us in the battle of Alcácer Quibir. I can assure you that we developed nationalism for self-defence, arab countries (like Syria, Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia) didn't developed nationalism because they are surrounded by muslim nations, we did because we bordered at the north the christian kingdoms, if we had no nationalism today all of North Africa (not only Morocco) would have been christian: this is what our nationalism has done for Islam.
Kaoutar Taki
Kaoutar Taki Aylar önce
@almora @mimaash My dear compatriots don't waste your time with a hater ...People all over the world are proud of the history , the civilization and symbols of their countries...but unfortunately the hate that it holds in his heart pushed him to say funny and insane things , anyone reading his comment will just laugh at him.
- Aylar önce
@almora what will i not understand ? does being morocoon makes your mind think different ?
almora Aylar önce
@- You won't understand cuz ur not Moroccan close the topic "big minded"
emma Aylar önce
Waleed Kahn
Waleed Kahn 11 aylar önce
I feel like because we grew up in the west, a lot of these historical figures and stories are pushed to the side, so glad this internet era is helping us discover the other side of the world's history!
HAKIM THEORY 18 gün önce
@Waleed Kahn Sweet! Have a pleasant reading :)
Waleed Kahn
Waleed Kahn 18 gün önce
@HAKIM THEORY I've just bought "Lost Islamic History", heard good stuff about it, I'll check that out next, thanks!
HAKIM THEORY 21 gün önce
Get this book. 1001 Inventions: The Enduring Legacy of Muslim Civilization
Brian Messemer
Brian Messemer 7 aylar önce
Agreed well said
Dis Happah
Dis Happah 9 aylar önce
Wish he posted these amazing travels on TRshow.
rahasia Aylar önce
even transistors didn't exist at that time🔌
printmedia14 2 aylar önce
SLM vis...ibn batuta I tried and got it straight on yt
printmedia14 2 aylar önce
@Pineapple on Pizza SLM vids
printmedia14 2 aylar önce
@Pineapple on Pizza try ibn batuta....then choose clip with oriental scenes they are in three parts...45 minutes average....if you dont get send whatsup conract...l will forward direct
Pineapple on Pizza
Pineapple on Pizza 2 aylar önce
@printmedia14 it doesnt show up in YT my bro
ibec69 10 aylar önce
This guy was a major hustler. How he managed to do all that travelling and stay alive is a testament to that.
ibec69 9 aylar önce
@Tri Ilman A. F 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.
Tri Ilman A. F
Tri Ilman A. F 9 aylar önce
he lived in a time when science was developing in the Islamic world, especially medicine. not like the west in those days.
Awadh Inho
Awadh Inho 2 aylar önce
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.
Lilac 11 aylar önce
In India, we often have stories of Ibn Battuta in our Hindi literature school textbooks in the lower grades.
perplex 30
perplex 30 7 gün önce
Indians book or histories represent him as a looter and dishonest man. And also there was a hindi song that mocked him badly ..
Aditya chauhan
Aditya chauhan 12 gün önce
@Jam 1244 chal nikal bachche
Jam 1244
Jam 1244 12 gün önce
@Aditya chauhan phone scammer.
Jam 1244
Jam 1244 12 gün önce
@Aditya chauhan oh so you are phone scammer that is your religion. Just like in the story you were stealing then
Said Xplore
Said Xplore 10 aylar önce
As a Moroccan traveler myself, Ibn battuta is definitely an inspiration
Amar Saleem
Amar Saleem 6 aylar önce
@Said Xplore 💜
Said Xplore
Said Xplore 6 aylar önce
@Amar Saleem 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
Amar Saleem
Amar Saleem 6 aylar önce
Much love for morocco from Pakistan.. I have many close friends from your country.. Great people..
Mouad EL jaouhari
Mouad EL jaouhari 11 aylar önce
I feel so proud after watching this video, I honestly never recognised how much greatness he has achieved before as a Moroccan I could not be more thankful for introducing our icon to the world viewers, we are so thankful for the efforts made to make this amazing video ❤️
Muhammad Shariful Alam Saad 1831428649
Muhammad Shariful Alam Saad 1831428649 Aylar önce
Ibn Batuta still remains the most famous traveler in the subcontinent because of his stories.
Hafizh Ilman Aziz
Hafizh Ilman Aziz 10 aylar önce
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.
Artemis Moonbow
Artemis Moonbow 7 aylar önce
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.
Khana with karan
Khana with karan 11 aylar önce
If he had a camera he could've become the world's first travel vlogger 😂
Tetra Aylar önce
Just imagine seeing the Qadi of Delhi sitting with the ruler of the Delhi Sultanate swimming in gold on Instagram. He would most likely have like 5 million followers. (Instagram followers, not the other type of followers)
M T Aylar önce
He write a book of his yourney better 1000 times than camera
Annu Kim
Annu Kim Aylar önce
You can't be comparing the great ibn battouta who traveled in foots to today's travelers who use plans, cars and steamboats.
Snow Moon
Snow Moon Aylar önce
- 2 aylar önce
well if anyone from history got a camera they could be the world first anything
Ramio1983 10 aylar önce
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 :)
Great Expectations
Great Expectations 8 aylar önce
That is an honest man with pride and dignity.
الطير الحر
الطير الحر 9 aylar önce
120000 kms and books of memories.
Antikseyyah 10 aylar önce
Great traveller, visited his tomb in Tangier back in 2017. I read his notes before my travels. Huge respect!
ArianitOnline Aylar önce
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
ArianitOnline 17 saatler önce
@Al Kinny 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!
Al Kinny
Al Kinny Gün önce
@ArianitOnline @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
ArianitOnline Gün önce
@Al Kinny 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
Al Kinny
Al Kinny 2 gün önce
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
Tikn 11 aylar önce
He reached the port of Chittagong in modern-day Bangladesh intending to travel to Sylhet to meet Shah Jalal, who became so renowned that Ibn Battuta, then in Chittagong, made a one-month journey through the mountains of Kamaru near Sylhet to meet him.
Mega Magikarp
Mega Magikarp 2 aylar önce
​@Stark Gamerwhat's an indian sylheti?
AJ JAHABi 7 aylar önce
From Chittagong
Full Time Travelers (FTT)
Full Time Travelers (FTT) 8 aylar önce
@Nahin There is, people from Silchar which is India speaks pure Sylheti.
Nahin 8 aylar önce
@Stark Gamer I didnt know there is anything called Indian sylheti
Stark Gamer
Stark Gamer 10 aylar önce
As an Indian sylheti,I was always told about Ibn battuta and Shah Jalal stories in my childhood.
omar ezzaoua
omar ezzaoua 7 aylar önce
I am heading to Tangiers to visit his tomb. His legacy is an inspiration to the world not just Moroccans
Jadido7 7 aylar önce
@omar ezzaoua i just googled it, thanks
omar ezzaoua
omar ezzaoua 7 aylar önce
It is indeed in Tangiers. You can google its location.
Jadido7 7 aylar önce
He died in Marrakesh, but I don’t think his tomb is known
Nenenin Donu
Nenenin Donu 11 aylar önce
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
MyChannel Aylar önce
@Allah is not my GOD. Amen actually "jesus" is nothing,the bible just got manipulated by some people
Ryan Marlin
Ryan Marlin 2 aylar önce
@Allah is not my GOD. Amen I'll pray as any Muslim prays
Allah is not my GOD. Amen
Allah is not my GOD. Amen 2 aylar önce
@Ryan Marlin 'Only in the name of JESUS CHRIST'. Amen 🙏
Allah is not my GOD. Amen
Allah is not my GOD. Amen 2 aylar önce
@Ryan Marlin Praying for you. 🙏 JESUS loves you. Amen
Ishthiyaque Ahmed
Ishthiyaque Ahmed 2 aylar önce
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
HD joker
HD joker 10 aylar önce
As a Moroccan, I am extremely proud of this greatest traveler of all time, Cheers to you my grandfather
XXX YYY 10 aylar önce
Yes we are, he's a hero in which we take great pride as Moroccans!
Nina Bessaiah
Nina Bessaiah 2 aylar önce
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
Haider Alnaser
Haider Alnaser 10 aylar önce
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
Vishnu Sankaran
Vishnu Sankaran 2 aylar önce
I had seen multiple references of him in my Indian textbooks. And had wondered how he has travelled to so many places. Didn't know he was from Morocco ❤️⚽❇️
mastersensie Aylar önce
His tomb is in Tangier city, Morocco
Aakash Dwivedi
Aakash Dwivedi 11 aylar önce
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
[A]nurag Aylar önce
@بريطانيا بعيون حافظة there is not to be honest haha. The guys making claim by himself, in fact majority doesn't even know him, India is not what it's shown in map, we had war between hindu ruler vs muslim ruler all the time. Not sure of ibn batuta, his view on india . We never had single empire, who conquer whole india, throughout history.
بريطانيا بعيون حافظة
بريطانيا بعيون حافظة Aylar önce
im moroccan can you tell us the songs india made about him?
Noxious Maddy
Noxious Maddy 6 aylar önce
@facto shala 😂🤣😂🤣🤣🤣
Snow Moon
Snow Moon 9 aylar önce
praveen I doubt it sis.
Alan Charles
Alan Charles 10 aylar önce
I wish I had sought out more about Ibn Firnas while I was in Baghdad 1980-85. I apologise if I missed a part of this piece that referred to Baghdad, I only know that there was a statue of the brave genius there. I did love hearing your immaculate pronunciation of the Arabic words! It took me back!
H H 9 aylar önce
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
Amina 10 gün önce
As an Amazigh Moroccan, I’m so proud that this man is a part of our culture ❤️❤️❤️
Learn Moroccan Darja with Samir and Judit
Learn Moroccan Darja with Samir and Judit 10 aylar önce
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
Kookie 3 aylar önce
As a Moroccan 🇲🇦🇲🇦, I love seeing my country's history getting recognition ❤🇲🇦❤🇲🇦❤🇲🇦
Adam Aylar önce
@Adam Azerr Algerian from the moon 🤣.
Adam Azerr
Adam Azerr Aylar önce
@Cecilia هو جزائري من عين تقبة
Cecilia Aylar önce
@Adam Azerr 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 اسمه عبد الله الطنجي على اسم طنجة،و المعروف بابن بطوطة غير أنه مكان ازدياده معروف و ضريحه معروف و موجود يا أمة ضحكت من جهلها الأمم، غير أنه الجزائر وليدة فرنسا دولة عمرها ستين سنة لا تاريخ لها، كفاكم سرقة من الشعوب لأنها لن تجدي نفعا تجعلنا نضحك عليكم فقط
Adam Azerr
Adam Azerr 2 aylar önce
@Kookie غلط، جزائري من عين دفلة
Adam Azerr
Adam Azerr 2 aylar önce
@Kookie غلط، جزائري من عين دفلة
Real Hades
Real Hades 11 aylar önce
As a Moroccan, I love seeing my country's history getting recognition
Moe Hayouni
Moe Hayouni Aylar önce
@Real Hades only one of the two things concerning religion in Morocco, you are a muslim or a jew, since you said you dont like to live in a muslim country, you ask your parent about your culture, Moroccan culture, identify youself as such woiuld ease the minds.
gracefull lady
gracefull lady Aylar önce
@Ran but it doesn't mean he's from middle east or whatever
gracefull lady
gracefull lady Aylar önce
@Maryam morocco is for everyone this coutry was always paeceful with all the religions muslim or not it doesn't matter you don't like you leave it
Ran Aylar önce
@Someonehe referred himself as a muslim, so are a lot of Muslim figures they don’t accept racism, plus nationalities haven’t existed back then so yeah
Maryam Aylar önce
it does not matter "Im not muslim" you live in a muslim country and nation respect it or LEAVE.
Byzantine Tales
Byzantine Tales 10 aylar önce
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.
Summra Jabeen
Summra Jabeen 9 aylar önce
you know Ibn Battuta is a true legend when he turned out to be as good of a writer as he was a traveler
mastersensie Aylar önce
He was a scholar and a judge and his family was a high status family known of scholars and judges in Morocco
MrxGamex 2 aylar önce
Crazy how one can travel around the globe on foot in a lifetime. Respect to Ibn Batuta
Aliff 10 aylar önce
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!
MH VALUE 11 aylar önce
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.
بريطانيا بعيون حافظة
بريطانيا بعيون حافظة Aylar önce
@Devansh Gupta. thank you ,can u put all song please
Sweden Elias
Sweden Elias 2 aylar önce
His house is in Morocco, visitors come to see it, and his grave is in Morocco, too, visitors come to visit him, and he left a beautiful book that we studied in the secondary school in Morocco.
Devansh Gupta.
Devansh Gupta. 3 aylar önce
@RamessesXVIII 🤣🤣 i didn't notice it mentions Japan.
Tsubame Sanjo
Tsubame Sanjo 3 aylar önce
@Devansh Gupta. Japan!? If the translation is correct, the lyrics say that his shoes went to Japan. I am Japanese. I was surprised that Japan appeared in the song. Since when is this song sung? I would like to know more. Unfortunately, Ibn Battutah is not very famous in Japan. It may be because he never visit to Japan. It can't be helped because it's farther than Beijing. I'm happy that his shoes came to Japan🥲 Thank you for making this song. I was moved by the bond between the great traveler and people of the countries he visited, who are still connected by him. What a great traveler.
RamessesXVIII 9 aylar önce
Right I remember learning about him in school I lived in Damascus 2004-2012
Ahmad Hussain
Ahmad Hussain 3 aylar önce
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.
mastersensie Aylar önce
@Zafar ظفر it's ibn fadlan who traveled to viking land
Zafar ظفر
Zafar ظفر 3 aylar önce
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
Aditia Maulana
Aditia Maulana 11 aylar önce
pure explorer and traveler without any bad motive (golden, glory & gospel)
A random zoomer
A random zoomer Aylar önce
That’s an amazing life. I’m so glad he wrote all these travels down for us to read about
Taher93 10 aylar önce
My Origin is from Sylhet, Bangladesh, though I live in England, Shah Jalal is a widely known religious figure in my country, and to know that he received Ibn Battuta makes me very happy.
Shaikh Azam
Shaikh Azam 2 aylar önce
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
TYD • 11 aylar önce
This man is one of the greatest men on Earth, he traveled using his two-leg may Allah grant him Jannah
AhmedCool 9 aylar önce
​@Ashok P he only said may god grant him heaven
AhmedCool 9 aylar önce
​@Ashok P who said it's the will of Allah what
Muaz R
Muaz R 10 aylar önce
@mental when all the signs of the end of times completed. So far majority of the small signs have already been observed. The Big signs have not showed yet. But slowly getting there.
Subham Das
Subham Das 10 aylar önce
Abhi tak ruke huye ha kya???
Halim Hadi
Halim Hadi 9 aylar önce
Such a will and vision from a 21 years old to set afoot throughout the globe alone. What a huge character this man was
Hooman Adnan
Hooman Adnan 10 aylar önce
What a adventurous & interesting life he lived 🙌🏼❤️ MashaAllah ❤️ From Bangladesh 🇧🇩
Haru khan
Haru khan 9 aylar önce
I have read Ibn Battuta book about his travelling experience, the book contains nearly 600 pages. If anybody read this book be will be amaze how he faces so many problem and overcome it.
Tina Braxton
Tina Braxton 4 aylar önce
This is fascinating. I had never learned much about Ibn Battuta, except in various histories that state he was here or there.
عطر السفر و التأمل Scents of Travel & Meditation
عطر السفر و التأمل Scents of Travel & Meditation 3 aylar önce
Ibn Batuta completed all side quests in game of life & unlocked trophy level 100 😂
Smd 2 aylar önce
Birds killed: 199/200
Abheeth Podinilame
Abheeth Podinilame 11 aylar önce
He was a great explorer no doubt about that but imagine his parents waited nearly 24 years to see his son coming back home even though couldn't make it and that's heartbreaking,
Shakir Sohail
Shakir Sohail 2 aylar önce
@Justina Musyoka no he didn't have wife and kids, set out at 21, also he was a great Islamic judge/ qadhi, a very strong Islamic believer,in islam you cannot have relationship without a marriage, so either he lived single,or married on his return...there is no other way
Snow Moon
Snow Moon 9 aylar önce
@M Horrible..esp in ectreme weathers.
M 9 aylar önce
That was the 14th century. I assume it was quite common back then. We cannot imagine what traveling was like during those times.
AA 9 aylar önce
@Coldplay Fan I wouldn't feel anything
Snow Moon
Snow Moon 9 aylar önce
True...he should ve been in touch with them.
Kal Hussain
Kal Hussain 3 aylar önce
It's incredible the amount of leaders and local dignitaries that would welcome and then host him. He must've had some presence and a great back story to afford him such hospitality!
I-am-Ali 2 aylar önce
The world was a very big place back then. Imagine living there and traveling in that time. The stories you could tell, the people you would meet, the dangers.. Just marvelous!
Alok Narain
Alok Narain 9 aylar önce
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.
aï siran
aï siran 3 aylar önce
As a Moroccan, I love people knowing more about our history. This man has traveled so much and had a lot of knowledge.
Yunu 16 gün önce
He stayed for a while in my ancestors home in Chaliyam at Calicut while he visited India. Hope someone will guide me to take look at travel history in Calicut. He especially mentioned in it as the information I got from 4 generation before.
chris 11 aylar önce
What an awesome episode! Great to learn of Ibn Battuta incredible legacy. Wow, much love and respect to Morocco. 🇺🇸🇲🇦
El Shanks
El Shanks 10 aylar önce
@Cergun 💀💀💀💀💀💀
Cergun 10 aylar önce
Man really called him “Ibn” 💀
chris 11 aylar önce
@H3w4 🇺🇸🇲🇦
H3w4 11 aylar önce
Don't put the Amertiard flag next to Morocco
Ari Haqi
Ari Haqi 11 aylar önce
ibn means "son (of)"
JavaoftheLava Aylar önce
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.
HIKARI 9 aylar önce
He explored the world without a passport what a legend 🙌
Ser Rico
Ser Rico 9 aylar önce
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.
Faizan Alam
Faizan Alam 10 aylar önce
Thank you for making such a detailed video of his journeys and accomplishments and giving him the spotlight he deserves.
S.P 2 aylar önce
This man I can see had been driven by curiosity, and had it not been for the sultan calling him back to Morocco, I’m pretty sure he potentially could have explored the rest of Africa regardless of religion or doctrine. Very interesting man 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
Red Moor
Red Moor 11 aylar önce
Ibn battuta is so underrated, he deserves more recognition. Anyway, he is still the pride of Morocco ❤🇲🇦
SUNSHINEWHITE 2 aylar önce
He is not underatted in Aceh
3M LONEL 7 aylar önce
@تيكشبيلا توليولا شفت قلتي حتا الهنود باغين يسرقونا واش قالو ابن بطوطة هندي ولا شنو ؟😂
تيكشبيلا توليولا
تيكشبيلا توليولا 7 aylar önce
@3M LONEL تكلموا على رحلات ابن بطوطة والزعبي كان مغامر ع ربي حفظه مايقتلوه بعض الشعوب المتوحشة احيانا يلقي بنفسه التهلكة في مرة قريت انه مشى لشعوب متوحشة ماخلا ل الهند ولا باكستان هنا في هد الفيديو مشى لسمرقند حدا إيران وازريبيدجان واوزبيكيستان وقالوا انه اختطف وسرق من طرف هنود والله يرحمه غامر يحسن عوانو فكرني في مغامرات بنو هلال مساكن رحلة طويلة قاموا بها مليئة بالمشاكل والحروب وأيام وشهور في العداب والغربة
3M LONEL 8 aylar önce
@تيكشبيلا توليولا شنو قالو ؟
Kal Mon
Kal Mon 9 aylar önce
@UCPgPgvYp28rJqqZwYEnOxPw والله و النعم منكم الف و نتشرف فأهل المغرب كله من الأدنى الى الأقصى 💙 للأسف نشروا الفتنة لدرجة تلاقي ابناء بلد الواحد صاروا كارهين بعض و يدوروا عاليفرقهم بدل الدين و التاريخ الطويل و المشرف الي يجمعهم،، ما بقول الا الله يلعن الإستعمار الي زرع بذور هالفرقة و القومية العمياء سواء وطنية او عرقية.. و على فكرة فالشام في كثير عائلات من أصول مغاربية و حتى فالقدس حي المغاربة تسمى نسبة للمغرابة الي سكنوه ايام صلاح الدين. و في بلدتنا في عائلة المغربي و اصولهم شمال افريقيا. و كثير من الناس الي كانت تسافر الحج ثم تقدس حجها بمعنى تمر على الاقصى في طريق عودتها من الحج، كانت تستقر فالمنطقة بطريقة او بأخرى. و هذا الكلام حتى فترة قريبة جدا، مثلا ياسين بقوش الي انشهر في مسلسل غوار كان اصله ليبي و ابوه مرض فرجعته من الحج و استقر في دمشق و ما عرف عن اصوله حتى تواصلت معه عمته بعد ما طلع عالتلفزيون فكل الوطن العربي. هذا غير العشائر و القبائل الي لها وجود فالشام و فالمغرب العربي طبعا
omayma bn
omayma bn 11 aylar önce
I am proud that I am Moroccan, the country of history and the country of Ibn Battuta 😍🇲🇦💪
Islombek 10 aylar önce
I can confidently say that one of the biggest milestone which i ever had was to decide to learn English language I never heard of that person but thanks to this channel I now have idea about this prominent explorer I don't think that i can find better TRshow channel that makes a historical video content better than you do "Knowledgia" team Good luck
Hasnain Syed
Hasnain Syed 9 aylar önce
Ibn Batuta's journies would make such a great TV show! Think Marco Polo meets Ertugrul. I don't think there's ever been a show that highlights the staggering travels, variety, and diversity of the old world as experienced by Ibn Batuta. His travels were ruly epic!
Romeo November Echo
Romeo November Echo 3 aylar önce
What a character he was....Hats off
justaguy 2 aylar önce
The others great famus explorer traveling by their groups of people and follow by haundred ships but this guy just by himself exploring the known world using his knowledge and diplomacy was something else you know. I can say he is the greatest explorer in that criteria.
Broken Bridge
Broken Bridge 11 aylar önce
A movie should be made about this man's life n journey's to distant lands. He would likely become very popular. Great video.
adamnesico 5 aylar önce
Movie? He deserves at least a 60 chapter series.
RamessesXVIII 9 aylar önce
He is very popular just not outside of Arabia
Dr PK 9 aylar önce
A series of movies even cartoons. Marco Polo was nothing compared to him. Although many say Marco Polo was an imaginary story.
Snow Moon
Snow Moon 9 aylar önce
Well who ll make a series on his life? Muslims dont ve time it seems.Hollywood can...but they wont i think.
Labeed Abdul
Labeed Abdul 9 aylar önce
What an incredible life.. A man who travelled for 24 years... I have not known anyone who would have done this
Les chroniques financières de Younal
Les chroniques financières de Younal 9 aylar önce
So proud to be 🇲🇦. So inspiring heritage. So many kilometers
The Green world 🌍
The Green world 🌍 9 aylar önce
Oh man what a life he lived centuries ago, Really amazing to imagine 💯
Abdlrazak Alyahia
Abdlrazak Alyahia 11 aylar önce
I wish I was at at this period of time. Imagine you’re in Mecca doing pilgrimage and then getting to know so many people from all around the world, each with a story on their journey and what they encountered along the way. You’d make so many friends that you won’t even see again or probably even hear about again in your life. The pilgrimage to Mecca alone meant that your life wouldn’t be the same again.
Sufian Mustafa
Sufian Mustafa Aylar önce
I've just lost my friend (brother) who died in an accident recently, we hadn't been in contact for about 5 to 6 years.. this comment made me even more sad. Most times i read about history leaves me with sorrow.
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