Yassir Chadly is a Moroccan American musician, imam, and professor of Sufism and Islamic studies. Chadly guides listeners toward a progressive Islamic understanding of living life through music and storytelling.
Yassir Chadly talks about pre-written speeches that "smell like old fish" and how to receive Divine Wisdom spontaneously through your "spiritual antenna".
Yassir Chadly, Moroccan musician and Sufi Storyteller discusses the differences between Moroccan and American toilets. At the Diablo Valley College storytelling festival in Concord, California.
Moroccan music and stories of the Sufis Yassir Chadly and Bouchaib Abdelhadi live at La Pena in Berkeley, California. November 29, 2014 Part 1 : Yassir's introduction and story
Yassir Chadly taping his upcoming appearance on NPR’s “Living On The Earth” holiday special, “Stories from the Muslim World”
This talk was given at an inter-religious dialogue gathering focused on "Befriending the Unknown and Embracing Uncertainty"
Shaykh Yaser Chadly delivered the Jumuah Khutbah reminding the attendees of examples of goodness and kindness in the sacred months as taught in the Holy Qur'an and Sunnah.