Black Spirituality Religion : Do these videos affect your view of Muslims?

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  1. Eno Otu

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  2. Deacs

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    You first have to differentiate the RELIGION and its precepts and its PEOPLE.

    All I see are people which are enjoying adult entertainment, which in itself is not the religion.

    For the most part... men, enjoying the sight of women gyrating their hind quarters for sexual gratification...

    what you don't see there... is prayer, so HOW does THIS have anything to do with religion?

    I am really beginning to have possibly the wrong picture of your ability to think...
     
  3. Omowale Jabali

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    Do they affect my view of Muslims?

    No. What do you think about the following?
     
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    You are correct in that according to many Muslims this gathering,not necessarily the form of dance would be considered haram, because its mixed-gendered. The same could be said of practically every social event where men and women are gathered in an entertainment situation. Except for weddings and how do you know that's not the case with the videos you posted? What many refer to as 'twerking' is a traditional African dance that originated in mating rituals. It has never been limited to the African continent. This has been discussed on this site before.
     
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    Nor is it limited to Muslimahs.

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  6. rapunzal24

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    If we all base what we think of a religion on what people do....no one would follow any religion. I don't judge Muslims based on what some may do. Good grief, how old are you?
     
  7. sekou kasimu

    sekou kasimu PanAfrikanist Revolutionary PREMIUM MEMBER

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    I am spiritual, not religious! Do I qualify to respond? The videos document what I've known for a long time now. I.e. Arab muslims are the most corrupt, hypocritical element is Islam, and their Arabized Afrikan muslim counterparts are just as bad. Now is it my imagination or are all of the dancers Afrikan women? Arab muslim men don't allow anyone to degrade Arab muslim women! Only brainwashed, corrupt, and cowardly negroes allow their women to be so degraded.
     
  8. rapunzal24

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    How did it affect your view of Muslims?
     
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    I have certain members blocked, so I decided to read a blocked member's post. You agree with it, maybe if you said how you already feel about a certain religion, people would understand where you are coming from better.
     
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    Okayyy...
     
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