Sunday, January 14, 2007

Islam,my way.

couple of days ago i was watching a TV show that was hosting a sheikh who answers people's questions,the man was a prominent figure in Alazhar which means he knows all about religion and all religion related crap,books and stuff.that man issued a fatwa that nikab(the woman to cover her face)is not mandatory and it;s even a bad custom and if a woman wants to cover her face she'd better stay home,the man was completely against it to wish i was surprised to tell you the truth,Sheikhs are either neutral or in favour with nikab but never against it.Anyway a while after phones and mails starts to come with threats and curses to the poor man with a lot of evidences of how it's mandatory and how much score a woman would get wearing it,which i wasn't surprised as this is the typical Muslim attitude,so no wonder.What i want to know,what do you people want?this man is a man who is responsible for fatwas and you don't like it either.It seems not only Islam has brought enough chaos to the world but to its own people as well.every time i talk with a Muslim he tries to make it as Islam is a moderate religion and whenever i mention a verse or something some other Mulim said he keeps on saying oh no this is extremism this is not how the real Islam is.Muslims are in such a really big chaos,someone would say that this exists in every religion,true,but Muslims only want to apply their chaotic religion in every aspect of life in strange thing like face covering or a woman driving a car,beard or no beard and the the list goes forever ,stuff that don't exist in any religion or culture and it did they are not a matter of discussion in our new modern world.after 1400 years of appearance of Islam,its people still live in chaos and still asking what to do and what not to do,unlike the people of of the other faiths who came to their senses and know the religion is never an answer only Muslims still believe it!!!Whenever you talk to someone about veil he says it exists in Christianity and Judaism,great but who wear it?who apply it?who act like dickhead about it?only Muslims of course.Every Muslim has his own Islam and has his special way regarding it,Muslims will never agree and will never get better,just look around and see if this religion make your lives better or more messy?Muslims are making their best to make Islam look better,but the truth is:its ugly face will always be there.those people who opposed the sheikh were Muslims and don't accept the fatwa of a Sheikh so how things can get any worse?


Blogger maf2ou3a said...

well the pooor guy had to suffer with the curses of desert muslims
nice post pharoah

7:16 AM  
Blogger maf2ou3a said...

where are u waiting for ur next post

2:41 AM  
Blogger Right Wing said...

Great post. I couldn't agree with you more.

8:55 AM  
Blogger Urban_Infidel said...

Hi Pharaoh!

Obviously its the men who need to be covered and controlled, not the women.

Great post. Here below is a great selection of videos that brought me hope that things will eventually change for the better.

I've been blogging less because I've got a book project to finish. I hope you are well, my friend.

*The Struggle for Liberalism and Democracy in the Arab World - Arab TV Channels 2004-2006

The following is a link to a compilation of clips of various Arab reformists speaking on Arab TV from 2004 through 2006.

They include:

*Syrian-American psychiatrist Wafa Sultan

*Iraqi MP Iyad Jamal Al-Din

*Former dean of Islamic Law at Qatar University Abd Al-Hamid Al-Ansari

*Syrian poet Adonis (Ali Ahmad Said Asbar)

*Columnist for the London daily Al-Sharq Al-Awsat Dr. Ahmad Al-Rub'i

*Egyptian sociologist Sa'd Al-Din Ibrahim

*Kuwaiti liberal Ahmad Baghdadi

*Arab-American Academic Association head Dr. Shaker Al-Nabulsi

*Liberal Saudi journalist Turki Al-Hamad

To view the entire compilation, visit:

3:28 AM  
Blogger مـصـرى صـميـم said...

May Allah guide you to the right path.
No Comment!

5:29 PM  
Blogger Arabs in Space said...

Dear Pharaoh,
Thanks a lot for your continuous visiting for the blog, and thanks for the nice complimenting comments.

I am following your posts also, keep on the good work you are doing.


12:30 AM  
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10:00 PM  

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