A glimpse into the life and mind of a "Black American Muslim woman" who cannot be totally defined by any combination of those four words.
Thanks for sharing, Sister P. That is exactly how I've learned that prayer should be. Strict Muslim beliefs even on a bball court.
Oh, I forgot, why do people tend to equate Terrorism with Muslim? Is that only in the USA, where they damn near brainwash this concept?
Don,A bit of it has to do with the misperception of what Jihad means. Jihad is a "holy war". VERY loosely definded: a jihad is a battle that one believes has the blessing of Allah. Mainly a jihad is entered into when a Muslim feels someone is violating or hindering Muslims. So because Muslims are not fearful of dying in the cause of Islam and will battle for the cause of Islam, they bring terror to thier opponent. Is that technically a "terrorist"? You decide. I think the Muslim=terrorist thing is more of a US phenomenon but you have others who think it too. Great question BTW.
No, that's not a terrorist. That sounds like someone who doesn't need to be violated in any way whatsoever. I have never considered Muslims to be terroist. Neither did the USA, until they decided to label Islamic religion after 9/11.I'm not even sure who flew planes into the Towers, just like I'm not sure how the third tower collapsed without ever getting hit.
Had to come back and let a co-worker check this video out.
Yeah, it's an inspirational message huh?
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