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Dispatch: Iran Is in Position for a Surprise Nuclear Breakout

Mark Levin

01:34 min | Last week

Dispatch: Iran Is in Position for a Surprise Nuclear Breakout

"Very very important piece in the dispatch By Andrea stricker There could be striker Iran is in a position for a surprise nuclear breakout Now what does this mean This is Iran's replacement theory They want to replace Muslims with whom they disagree and Jews of course with their own ideology That is this sort of islamo Nazi ideology that's being imposed by that regime Our nuclear program is advancing as planned and time is on our side an unnamed Iranian official bluntly told Reuters on May 5th Oil cells have doubled noted Iranian president Ibrahim racy last Monday in short since the election of Joe Biden Tehran has not only made impressive strides towards a nuclear weapon But repaired much of the financial damage done by U.S. sanctions Under president Trump his plane to see the clerical regime is in no rush to negotiate a revised nuclear deal What's the Harry When both oil exports and enriched uranium stockpiles are surging But the risk here is not just that Tehran keeps stalling It is that protracted negotiations may provide cover For a nuclear breakout that is The production of enough weapons grade uranium for one or more bombs

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Why Does Joe Biden Care if He's in the Majority or Minority?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | Last week

Why Does Joe Biden Care if He's in the Majority or Minority?

"So here's Joe Biden. Once extolling the virtues of the United States, welcoming in minorities. Not only are Muslim communities, but African communities, Asian communities, Hispanic communities, and the waves still continues. It's not going to stop. Nor should we want it to stop. And as a matter of fact, it's one of the things I think we can be most proud of. So there's a second thing in that black box. An unrelenting stream of immigration, nonstop, nonstop, folks like me who were Caucasian of European descent. For the first time in 2017, we'll be in an absolute minority in the United States of America. Absolute minority, fewer than 50% of the people in America, from then and on. Will be white European stock. That's not a bad thing. That's a source of our strength. That's not a bad thing that's a source of our strength. Now, I don't know what difference is. What does he care if he's in the majority race or the minority race? He cares because he believes that if minorities become the majority, that will benefit the Democrat party with more votes. I don't think Joe Biden sits around and says, oh, isn't it great that whites are in the minority? That's a great thing. That's a source of all these bromides and all these platitudes he's spewing out in that clip. He's doing that because he wants more Democrat votes.

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Trump scrambles to fend off Oz challenger in Pa. Senate race

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Trump scrambles to fend off Oz challenger in Pa. Senate race

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'Ultra-MAGA' Longshot Roars Into Contention in Key Senate Race

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:11 min | Last week

'Ultra-MAGA' Longshot Roars Into Contention in Key Senate Race

"In the United States, the Pennsylvania Senate race is front and center. David McCormick I have endorsed will be joining me next hour. The world is coming down on Kathy Barnett in the last 48 hours because she surged into third place behind Doctor Oz who is fading, David McCormick who is surging in Kathy Barnett was getting close, so Doctor Oz took out after her and his surrogates did at least, calling into question her military service, calling into question her backstory and publicizing her old tweets which are pretty viciously anti Muslim. This is I haven't reviewed this completely yet. But it seems to me probably disqualifying. She is also out there on the far edge of the election, stop the steal people, and that's not electable position either in the United States. As we're about to see in Georgia next week, when governor Kemp handily wins his primary and David perdue, you can't run as an election denier. It doesn't work. And even if you believe it's sincerely and many people do, it's death in the general people don't want to relitigate 2020. They're concerned about what do you know, inflation and drugs.

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EXPLAINER: Why Mideast tensions are soaring yet again

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

EXPLAINER: Why Mideast tensions are soaring yet again

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Questioning God's Plan Is Unique to the West

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:08 min | Last month

Questioning God's Plan Is Unique to the West

"The problem of the Odyssey, the problem of why would a omniscient and omnipotent and a just any benevolent God allow not just allow suffering an evil, but so much suffering and evil in the world. This is a problem unique to the west and it's also unique to Christianity. In other religions of problem just does not exist. Let's look at the ancient Greeks and Romans, the ancient Greeks and Romans were not atheists. In fact, on the contrary, they believed in many gods. They were polytheists, and they tended to identify gods with nature. There is the thunder God, and there's the river God, and of course later those gods were personified into the goddess of love becomes Aphrodite. And there's a God of the sea and that's Poseidon and on and on and Zeus is kind of the great the greatest of all the gods. And the Greeks didn't bother to defend the justice of these gods. Or even their compassion. On the contrary, the Greeks kind of almost bluntly admitted, you know, these gods have their own concerns. We humans are far from their immediate concern. Now, sometimes they take an interest in us, but very often that's a playful interest. And sometimes even a malicious interest, these gods can be capricious. They can be angry, they can be cruel, and so human suffering doesn't really need an explanation to the degree that the gods are causing it at all. It's because they're bad guys. It's because they, although very powerful, and these gods are although they are not omniscient, they know a lot, much more than humans, but they don't know everything. And the Greek and Roman gods are not omnipotent either. They have a lot of power, but they don't have unlimited power. And so in a sense, the Greeks created, you might say, gods who are larger than life, but were not the same as the monotheistic God of the Jews and the Christians and the Muslims.

Clashes erupt again near flashpoint Jerusalem holy site

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Clashes erupt again near flashpoint Jerusalem holy site

"There there there there have have have have been been been been more more more more clashes clashes clashes clashes between between between between Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli police police police police and and and and Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians around around around around the the the the al al al al Aqsa Aqsa Aqsa Aqsa mosque mosque mosque mosque in in in in Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest the the the unrest unrest unrest erupted erupted erupted after after after Israeli Israeli Israeli police police police entered entered entered the the the hilltop hilltop hilltop compound compound compound to to to secure secure secure the the the spot spot spot for for for Jewish Jewish Jewish visitors visitors visitors to to to snow snow snow the the the site site site as as as the the the Temple Temple Temple Mount Mount Mount their their their holiest holiest holiest the the the Aqsa Aqsa Aqsa mosque mosque mosque also also also ranks ranks ranks as as as the the the third third third holiest holiest holiest site site site in in in Islam Islam Islam and and and has has has often often often been been been a a a flashpoint flashpoint flashpoint for for for violence violence violence police police police accused accused accused Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians of of of stockpiling stockpiling stockpiling stones stones stones the the the anticipation anticipation anticipation of of of more more more clashes clashes clashes Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian medical medical medical officials officials officials say say say seventeen seventeen seventeen Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians were were were wounded wounded wounded just just just two two two days days days after after after similar similar similar confrontations confrontations confrontations at at at the the the site site site this this this year year year the the the Muslim Muslim Muslim holy holy holy month month month of of of Ramadan Ramadan Ramadan and and and the the the weeklong weeklong weeklong Jewish Jewish Jewish Passover Passover Passover are are are occurring occurring occurring at at at the the the same same same time time time bringing bringing bringing thousands thousands thousands of of of visitors visitors visitors to to to Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Remember the Power of Prayer, God, and Christ's Love

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:39 min | Last month

Remember the Power of Prayer, God, and Christ's Love

"It is Friday. April the 15th, 2022. It's good Friday, 2022, and normally we would either take the day off, or we would just stay in our regular format. Today, though, I was reminded of the importance and how crucial it is to remember our faith. The lean into our faith during difficult times. This is, of course, a time when we Christians should honor and recognize and appreciate the death and resurrection of our lord and savior. And, you know, I remembered that and I think it's important to acknowledge the tendency we have to turn away from our faith. And it's a mistake. It's a mistake we make. What a week we've had. With all the terrible news of inflation, the horrible mass shooting in Brooklyn, New York, the illegal immigration crisis, the work shortage in America, the worker shortage, went to a store the other day, big sign on the window, please bear with us. We are experiencing a worker shortage. Staff or no, they said staffing shortage. People are depressed. People feel challenged, people, there's a lot of anxiety, of course, there's a lot of focus on mental illness, which seems to be getting profoundly worse in the country and how could it not? Considering the challenges of COVID, what to do is it coming back? Are we going to have more mandates? There's just a lot. Is it just an awful lot? And yet, the antidote, the salve on the wound, the light at the end of the tunnel is right in front of us. It's our faith. It's our belief in something greater than this world. And so with that in mind, we dedicate today's episode of the Mike Gallagher show to our spiritual side and whether you're Christian or Jewish or Buddhist or Muslim or whatever, whatever you feel and believe and whatever your belief system leads you towards, I hope you remember the power of prayer, the power of God, the power of Christ's love.

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Networks Under Criticism for Failing to Mention Race of NYC Suspect

Mark Levin

02:01 min | Last month

Networks Under Criticism for Failing to Mention Race of NYC Suspect

"One ABC NBC Networks and other networks are coming under criticism from conservatives and rightly so for failing to mention the race Of the suspect mister producer isn't that shocking It's key to finding them So I have a chart here Media narrative chart by John Gabriel Over at ricochet sent to me by my wife And he has the media narrative chart for reporting violent crime With the attackers a non white shooter in the victim's wife shooting gun control If the attacker's Hawaii from during the victim's non white races chief of department can If the attacker's non white and the victim's non white Run story about the Kardashians instead If the police officer is the so called attacker and the victim is non white police brutality The attackers a non white shooter and the victims of police officer its reaction to brutality If the attacker is a non white shooter excuse me I just did that If the attacker is a male and the victims of female at sexism the attackers female and the victims of male its reaction to sexism If the attackers of female shooter and the victims female gun control If the attacker is female and the victim is a fraternity band fraternities If the attackers non Muslim and the victims Muslim islamophobia If the attackers Muslim and the victims non Muslim reaction to islamophobia If it's a Muslim a Muslim attack it's the Kardashians we need to cover

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The Left's Continuing Effort to Corrupt the Children

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:15 min | 2 months ago

The Left's Continuing Effort to Corrupt the Children

"I want to talk about the left continuing effort to corrupt the children. Now, I'm not going to talk here about grooming or any of that. I want to talk about racial indoctrination, the implanting of race consciousness, racial stereotypes, racial identity, and racial division. In the minds of very young children. Now, young children are not naturally that way. And I say this, I mean, if I think back to my own childhood, I didn't obviously grow up any world of black and white, but I grew up in a world of enormous religious and social differences among kids. And we had all of them, the whole gamut in the school that I went to. We had Christian kids, so we were about probably 40%. Hindu kids, probably another 40%, Muslim kids, and think those differences really do run pretty deep. They affect your kind of basic outlook on the life on life and on the cosmos. But even so, children are kind of, I wouldn't say blind, they're aware of differences, but the differences are not as important as individual identity. In other words, kids look at other kids. Is this a fun kid to be around? And, you know, does he have good toys? And those sorts of things are far more important than other matters of national or racial or in this case, even religious identity. I think that's obviously true also in America. And there have been studies of young children that show, well, they're not tabula rasa in the lockean sense. It's not the children are born a blank slate. Children are not born with all kinds of hereditary features. Some kids are a little more aggressive, other kids are more passive, so no one is claiming that there aren't temperamental and psychological and intellectual features. Implanted in children. The only point I'm trying to make is that racial consciousness is

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India court upholds ban on hijab in schools and colleges

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

India court upholds ban on hijab in schools and colleges

"An Indian court upheld a ban on wearing a head job in schools and colleges in the southern state of Carnatic the High Court ruled the Muslim head scarf is not an essential religious practice of Islam I'll Leah a Saudi was turned away from her school for wearing a head job it's not just a piece of cloth but it's a beast it's everything it's emotion it's my pride and I think I would not be done by Gandhi managing my life opponents consider the job a symbol of oppression imposed on women among member of the right wing Hindu group says they are demanding for his job right now tomorrow they will want space to pray later they will demand for a separate classroom in schools how can this be allowed what happens to uniformity and dress code student I guess Shah Anwar says it's a calm before the storm something huge is going to happen and this is just the beginning and that is basically a student I Asha MTS says it's Islamophobia in India will win because they think we are weak but yeah I'm at Donahue

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Report: Iran suspends talks with Saudi after mass execution

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Report: Iran suspends talks with Saudi after mass execution

"Iranian state linked media reports that country has decided to suspend talks aimed at defusing tensions with regional rival Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia reportedly put to death eighty one people the group that activists believe included over three dozen Shiites Iran is the largest Shiite Muslim country in the world Saudi Arabia's Shiites live primarily in the kingdom's oil rich east they have long complained of being treated as second class citizens Saudi Arabia's executions of Shiites have stirred regional unrest in the past I'm Walter Ratliff

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Is Systemic Racism a Fact?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:20 min | 2 months ago

Is Systemic Racism a Fact?

"But I would even push back on the idea that systemic racism is a fact because I would argue that the definition of that is confusing. We have always had sin in not just an American life everywhere in the world. There's sin. If you are attractive, people will respond to you differently than they will to somebody less attractive. If you're tall, they respond to you. These are the kinds of things that if you make it your thing, this is our thing that people are treating attractive people and that we have to talk about this. We have to have forums about this. We have to talk about this in our churches. I think by talking about it, you don't help. And I actually think you make it worse. Because unless you're an idiot, you know that you're a sinner and that you judge people wrongly and you have to work on that constantly and somehow the church I believe has bought into this lie that we've got to talk about this. We've got this is the most important thing. And I think to myself, you care about racism really. So then you should care that Uyghur Muslims are being murdered for their organs by the Chinese communists who are atheists and who are doing this to them because they want to cling to their ethnic and religious identity and the Chinese communists say no. We don't believe in liberty. Now if the churches would get behind that would say that we are serious about real racism and we're going to do everything we can. We're going to boycott companies that are doing business with China that are turning a blind eye to this, whether it's the NBA or Nike. We're going to take this seriously. I then think people would say, you know, those people in the church, they really do care about strangers that look different than they do. That's beautiful. That's kind of amazing. But we have folks even like campus crusade crew and whatever. And they're acting like this is the issue that somebody got their feelings hurt and they walk around with this. And it kind of reminds me of if somebody is feeling self pity, I feel like I want to say to them, hey, God loves you. Don't think about what that idiot said to you or what that guy who didn't hire you because he's a racist or that don't think about that jerk pray for him and God wants to bless you. It's a completely different view

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'Rediscovering America' Author Scott Powell on Christopher Columbus

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 2 months ago

'Rediscovering America' Author Scott Powell on Christopher Columbus

"Folks, the book is rediscovering America, Scott Powell, the author and my guest, you are just talking about Columbus day that has suddenly become controversial. So let's talk about Columbus. Columbus was a he was basically a working class man, a fairly simple man, self educated, and he had a passion for the sea and seafaring. So that was his that was his reason for a living was to be at sea. And he shipped out on various with various ships, and he really had an interest in learning about navigation. In any case, when he ran up against the Muslims in the eastern Mediterranean at that time, and they cut off the trade routes from Europe to the orient, he believed that there would be a trade route going in a westerly direction that the world was round, and so that was planted in his mind on a ship on one of the one of the ships he shipped out on out of out of Spain, the encountered a battalion of ships that attacked him because there were, they were at war with each other, the Flemish World War, and so he actually his boat went down, he ends up in Portugal, Portugal was the center of navigation of the world. That's where, you know, the most advanced maritime sciences existed. He learned a lot, and then he had this passion. He had a vision to pursue that he was going to find that trade route. He was a passionate Christian, so he also viewed the opportunity to take the message of Salvation to people in another part of the world that had never heard that good news.

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Human rights? China won that Winter Olympics battle. Almost.

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Human rights? China won that Winter Olympics battle. Almost.

"When three time Olympian Gus Kenworthy took the remarkable perhaps even brave decision to speak out against human rights atrocities while still in China at the Winter Games the bushy skill also proved that all the athletes have they chosen perhaps could have used the Olympic platform to pipe up to but the limitations with any qualms about chasing medals in a country accused of genocide against its Muslim Uighur population and the other abuses kept their views on these topics to themselves for the duration of their stay a perhaps the good reason they face vague but as it turned out deployed Chinese threats of punishment and constant surveillance I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Moink Founder Lucinda Will Help You Buy Ethical Meat

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:15 min | 3 months ago

Moink Founder Lucinda Will Help You Buy Ethical Meat

"But you're telling me that none of us basically knows it, but that 60% of all the pork we get. We are helping subsidize the company that strengthens the economy of a wicked regime that crushes people of faith, Christians, Uyghur Muslims, and on and on and on. We talked about it on this program. But I was saying, that to me is a headline. That's a big deal. So I always say that no consumer ever went to the grocery store and said, today, I'd like to buy a funky chicken and screw over a farmer. But it's a high probability that's exactly what you did. And I know what you're going to say to me because most people do. But organic. That's cute. You bought an overpriced funky chicken. Because at the end of the day, when you have to look a label is only as good as the people that stand behind it. So you have to get behind something. So when you talk about, okay, smithfield farms, I'm just going to look for what smithfield farms because now lucinda told me their control in 60%, right? Well, they have a lot of subsidiaries. So you have to look at their subsidiaries. Because you might be buying organic pork or this at the other. And so you really sometimes have to dig behind behind. To see, because you're right, you went to the grocery store. There wasn't a blaring sign that says, now let me tell you what you're doing when you buy this pork

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List of Liberal Media, Orgs Staying Silent on Human Atrocities

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 3 months ago

List of Liberal Media, Orgs Staying Silent on Human Atrocities

"Does anybody believe and I hope the reprobates miscreants malcontents freaks frauds and phonies at media matters announced for paying attention Do people now understand why the media in America from The New York Times and The Washington Post and beyond Either we're silent about the Holocaust Well openly centering aspects of it there have been many books written on this subject including one of mine In a major chapter an unfreedom of the press and a major chapter may say American Marxism are allowed to use that title anymore mister producer So here we have the Beijing Olympics the genocidal Olympics What will the world say a hundred years from now Where's care Where are all the other Radical left wing Democrat party owned Muslim organizations Why aren't they speaking out Where's the ACLU AKA the American criminal liberties union Where's J Rosen The svengali in the new journalism movement Who's he Mark whatever So here we have NBC promised to take the geopolitical context quote unquote of the Beijing 2022 Olympics into account during its coverage of the games But even the few comments had hosts made on the Uyghur genocide and other topics during the opening ceremony were criticized for taking a both sides approach It's relative 6 O one half a dozen of the other portraying well documented evidence of mass atrocities as mere allegations That the Chinese government has dismissed This is your media This is why they can not be trusted And this is why Trump is right This media is the enemy of the people

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Enes Kanter Freedom Blacklisted for Stance on China

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:01 min | 3 months ago

Enes Kanter Freedom Blacklisted for Stance on China

"Now, we heard a lot about when Colin Kaepernick was allegedly blacklisted by the NFL and couldn't get a tryout. And a lot of people said, well, it kills it just gone. I don't know NFL quarterbacks to the browns didn't need one. So I didn't care. I am, however, I'm not persuaded eNOS Cantor freedom has no skill set. I mean, he got 12 boards and 7 points in his last game as a Celtic. I've watched the Cavaliers forever. There's a lot of bad talent putting around at the end of the bench and he's not a bad talent. Does he think he's been blacklisted? I did not ask him that specifically and I wouldn't speak for him that will tell you what if you can get him on your show. He is, he's so eloquently about freedom and the importance of freedom. And also about what is family and turkey has been subjected to because he chose to speak out and descend the Uyghur Muslims.

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"muslim" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks

The Mad Mamluks

04:50 min | 3 months ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks

"How to communicate with the opposite gender. Yeah. This is a key thing. It's not that you weren't meeting people. Everybody was dating. They were meaty, but they didn't finesse the communication. So we wanted to highlight and advise people and teach people how to, you know, from the prophetic traditionalism and how to improve the communication with the opposite gender. Because the problem with the Muslim committee was, boy, how's it going, love? You know, or you know, or the system will say, brother, you know, brother, you need to give me romantic talk, you need to do that. Do I really need to do that? So a lot of people. Looking at the old generation where the expected behavior among each other. Absolutely. I watched I do that. She's my wife. She should do that. And I think that you're absolutely right. And I think I think the point I didn't have emasculated men then. Right. Right. And I think that that was the issue where I think maybe, you know, 'cause I look at our old generation and I'll tell you right now. I don't think I've ever seen my father hug my mom in front of me. Never. Never. Have you never heard? Maybe like once or two. Maybe like twice. Have you ever heard your parents say I love you? No. Have you ever heard your parents say, you know, darling? I think maybe before my day I went for an open heart bypass surgery. Maybe that time, I love your mother, take care of her. Okay, that was it. I mean, but he told you that. He didn't tell you. Yes, because he was probably in the hospital. Where a moment. Where and that's when those words meant something. Nowadays, I feel like it's just not too much off topic, but today, since we've so tapped into our feelings. Words are so cheap that anyone said everything. The thing about, oh, speak your truth. Say what you wanted. This pain and tidy, what are you talking about? Emotional. Emotionally opening up. Words are violence..

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"muslim" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks

The Mad Mamluks

04:50 min | 3 months ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks

"How to communicate with the opposite gender. Yeah. This is a key thing. It's not that you weren't meeting people. Everybody was dating. They were meaty, but they didn't finesse the communication. So we wanted to highlight and advise people and teach people how to, you know, from the prophetic traditionalism and how to improve the communication with the opposite gender. Because the problem with the Muslim committee was, boy, how's it going, love? You know, or you know, or the system will say, brother, you know, brother, you need to give me romantic talk, you need to do that. Do I really need to do that? So a lot of people. Looking at the old generation where the expected behavior among each other. Absolutely. I watched I do that. She's my wife. She should do that. And I think that you're absolutely right. And I think I think the point I didn't have emasculated men then. Right. Right. And I think that that was the issue where I think maybe, you know, 'cause I look at our old generation and I'll tell you right now. I don't think I've ever seen my father hug my mom in front of me. Never. Never. Have you never heard? Maybe like once or two. Maybe like twice. Have you ever heard your parents say I love you? No. Have you ever heard your parents say, you know, darling? I think maybe before my day I went for an open heart bypass surgery. Maybe that time, I love your mother, take care of her. Okay, that was it. I mean, but he told you that. He didn't tell you. Yes, because he was probably in the hospital. Where a moment. Where and that's when those words meant something. Nowadays, I feel like it's just not too much off topic, but today, since we've so tapped into our feelings. Words are so cheap that anyone said everything. The thing about, oh, speak your truth. Say what you wanted. This pain and tidy, what are you talking about? Emotional. Emotionally opening up. Words are violence..

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"muslim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"muslim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

Verbal Outpost

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

"Well my doing then if you run and some no i do wrong but yeah at that moment. I remember being really really confused. Okay you do what you need to do. I need to do in that case. I i think one thing that became apparent was Just how just how confusing some people made it honestly. So i think with the four schools of all that up slightly fine. I mean some people may want to follow modern day. Scholars find whatever as long as a valid opinion of prey but then when it comes to send jamaat's and organizations that that that's where i start getting a bit of a headache now i just not think i'm way too old for any of that. I think what was one memories. I have from when i was at university was a. Oh gosh it was. I don't know what happened university now. These societies gosh just being completely blunt. It was about five six different local organizations in nottingham trying to take control of the islamic society. Remember yeah so it is just is crazy is crazy but or i I think we'll have to eddie on that note with go by minute left in summary. Actually wh- what about a very interesting conversation. We're here. I'm going to bring it back to your Your spectrum again. So we started up from the middle. We went to the left or the way we went to start from zero. Who and minus one hundred and then we've gone plus about well. Let's say from zero to around seventy. I'd say i don't think any religious person beyond seventy seventy two thousand seventeen. Yeah yeah i mean. One of his lowly humans up between zero seventy So yeah and yeah. We've we've finished talking about Some of our experiences and just that point where we became a little bit more religious. And what that was like Just how confusing it can be at times. So many different opinions and so many different groups. We should absolutely cover that in a future session. Shallow right you've been listening to the verbal outpost. Thank you for listening. Hopefully you've listened to one of it.

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"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

Verbal Outpost

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

"Vary significantly from on top of axes And being muslims just one of many many different components that forms as Probably quite significant component but. Yeah there's lots of the traits to his And yeah the. They are a lot of people that all-muslim that may not be as religious practicing good. Yes what would we switch points towards And people that leave. You need have to question. Actually how how much did they really now is. Little bit side in the first instance where the left but have they really left. Have they really left So yes interesting interesting okay okay and actually. What's interesting is of seeing When we talk about a couple of weeks ago went down a bit youtube. Where a bit hold as watching some of these video. Some some some of these debates between ex muslims and muslims and one thing one thing became quite apparent was many. I'm not saying all but many of the ex muslims would not know very basic things like so that just further reiterates your point where he'll how much did they really know. How informed were they about islam. That's only that person can answer about. Did they actually understand islam to begin with. I mean for all we know a group of these post people that we were discussing today. The reason that might be doing these things is because they don't realize is unethical on islamic to do so unless just the culture and last been brought up him again. I don't believe that necessarily excuses them from in bringing home corruption to society but it could be a potential cools as well. Okay interesting how about we have a look at the other hero really liked you. You've drawn up in my mind minus one hundred and a hundred other than anybody would be hundreds but if we say round. So seventy tops. I'm probably quite out. I think we'll probably away from that as now accept it from wherever they do too but his an interesting one and we've talked about this as well. I think that's a nice thing about this. Is that actually would follow on a lot from previous conversations but we talked about how personal journey and how we started to become a little bit more religious and we start practicing religion a little bit better but can it be quite confusing. 'cause one thing i keep on coming back to is that must community is not moneyless. We are not a monolith. There's no one type of mosque yet. This even jokes that you know if you If you if you put through muslims in a room you'll get five different opinions. Say yeah this yeah. Yeah so we. We are not a monolith so when you started becoming a little bit more religious. Did you find it confusing. So i mean looking at the other side. Now we've talked about the minus one hundred. We've talked about drug dealers. We've talked about people Sort of in the middle of that may have a muslim name. But don't particularly an and you say the muslim but may not attached to any of the The halloween haram may not necessarily adhere to that do not partake in any of the religious festivals. So what about the other side now. Those people that were coming up with more religious Do you would you confused by the amount of different groups and types of muslims out when you became a little bit more religious. Were you confused. I think for me when i started practicing Practice i mean praying really attentively. I guess the word accepting islam and and that's quite important distinction as well. And i know we keep on saying practicing book by the i would say just praying five times a day and not doing any of the huddle. I'm stephanie the bat. Yeah sorry. I mean i think what i first started at that point. I wasn't really exposed. I guess is the word to all of the groups illiterate. Just gives it. Let me fix them up appraise and try and get to the budget to do this press. That's really where i started and start getting into the community by going to the messiah then making new friends etc. That's really what. I had more exposure to these other groups but the me personally i wasn't really interested in the group side of things I always feel like the groups and the different functions can get confusing. Islamics easy for us if we stick to the call. Then we're going to make our life easier rather than trying to get confused on bogged down with descriptors. This and that group does that wiser a difference. I think it was the cool. That's we were in the safe zone. A the base says the jalandhar clear and then in between the gray area. So i think it'd be keep yourself in klay hal then you're okay but you start wondering into the gray area that's when you get into dangerous territory as it will i think it's easy full Possibly because of the we born into a muslim family so we had even though we may not have been practicing. We had maybe renew which local mosque the afam nego to So we follow the way they pray and those teachings that we've had even little that we did from family with the whole group side of things. He wasn't really so much an issue for me. So prayed the way my family told me to pray or the my locally. Mom taught me to pray There was all two distinct moments for me. It's not like this. Huge thing whale that while i was wearing i found out that islam can be taught in english because my previous experience was old in either bengali. Orbital hadn't been goalie acapella speak it very well or do i didn't understand the word So in terms of my mustard experience in never understood anything. That was going while i was reading. Goran didn't understand. The arabic didn't understand the order to the mamba speaking. They didn't speak english. I didn't know what was going on. When i first introduced to a slum went to i think it was like toko something was old english a lot while accu understand what islam is about That was a big deal for me. Nothing festival exposed to groups was when i was when it was time on those. I'll you know there was a brother. Must be like let's pray and he's the i've already prayed a search started. I was hunting for a hundred. A for shafie had already started now before he's afraid of you already and he saw it saying this and this okay.

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"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

Verbal Outpost

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

"Back to the drug dealer in some of the advice Sheffi here's a question for you. Then because you're token about actually would need to consider people circumstances if i was to ask you a question. What happens if it was one of your siblings. That had you know. God forbid matlock. Protect them but you know god forbid if they had become addicted to drugs and they are getting their drugs From the local drug dealer who lives a few roads down from you. And you see him around. What will her What happens if it was your brother or sister who had been on the receiving again would. Would you be just as lenient or would you still make excuses for them. I mean i'd still make excuses. it doesn't take take away from the i mean as i would now whether Any siblings of mine were involved if a particular crime is happening within the community new contact the authorities. When you naturally that's what you should do because potentially is as causing home to people De la live with my neighbors. You know if you meant mentioned drug dealers on the corner of the streets you know selling drugs to people. You should naturally should feel compelled to call the police and let them know that this is happening. I think people who say unsought the sidelines. Just let it happen. Not really helping the situation either. I mean ideally if there was a way of doing it without cooling authority with the police. Let's say they will someone else thought was in a better place to be able to help. drug dealers ole anyone. That's coming a particular type of crime. I dated contact them. But i mean me personally. I don't know anyone who sought deals with drug the lisbon whatnot. Who could advise them and help them and whatnot. but either way i said he's contact the authorities. Wouldn't you does that slightly. I'm gonna put you on. the spot. here does not sloppy contradict with what you said earlier. because we're talking about accountability. And i completely understand that people may have may have something that explains that behavior but not necessarily justify their behavior so they could have had bad upbringing but there are many people that have had about bringing and the hasn't impacted them and that chief gone to do some very good things and benefit of people. So you cooling. The authorities does not slightly contradict or. You're saying that actually that they should be accountable this limit. No there's going to be accountability regardless it's about. How hot accountability is calling the authorities because a crime is happening. I don't think there's anything where i didn't see. It has no different to if someone tries a bagel your health equal the authorities In my house you know there's something happening within your community that's causing home to people you would contact the authorities. I didn't feel Hauch feel that. That's the appropriate response now as to the issue. If you're saying it. Sounds like i'm contradicting myself More earlier we we're discussing about whether that particular person should they do be done on them. And i will take issue with that because i would say titular person. Yeah a sinful these committing a sin but stop us still identifies as muslim. I'd say two different. That's different to doing the appropriate action full crime that they're committing. Does that make sense. It kind of does but on the one hand you co-authority and you'd hold them person to account according to So the legal system here than islamically. I and again just to make absolutely clear. The genera thing None of isn't necessarily agreeing with that when disagreeing with it would not take in a position to that. It was just something are used as an example of way An imam has mentioned the actually. We should not pray over truck dealers some just saying on the one hand You would hold them to account on that side but then islamically it be a little more relaxed well islamically i. I didn't think we have a system. In place to hold up accountable. So if you think the best is the system. We have is the locally. Mom decides what happens to that muslim person. That's fine that can be european. My opinion isn't the local among that decision. We don't live in a country that is run by sharia. We don't have a person in place that can say you know what should happen to a person that's committing a crime so you go by the law of the land here. I think the important. Suppose what we're doing at the moment Speaking about some of these topics is our way of i. Suppose addressing it then. The committee is discussing and talking about how aparna is a chief of just remembered. there's a famous quote by martin luther king where he says that it takes for evil to prevail is for good people to sit and do nothing. Nothing really good clip. that's quite telling so yeah absolutely okay. yeah. There is a level of accountability. Were here or anything you want to add onto that. Nothing shafi in sense of accountability to you than issues with said totally agreeable. I think the point that we differed a abban is always discussing earlier about. Does this person understand what they're doing and we're all where would they place themselves on that chart that we kind of just still you know minus two hundred zero two hundred because you could even argue from one point of view. Perhaps these people yes. They say they're muslim. But how much do the exit understand about what that means for them. As a person we talked about previous show where people davis slum where they muslim to begin with. How much did they actually understand. Because i can cry from wrong. But i think one of the statistics you mentioned was that they didn't understand or didn't have any affinity Understanding tools a religiously just announced effectively. Was that coin to the research. Sorry i think it was one of the stats their car on the term. Those used in stop but it did mention something along the lines of at. I just didn't know understanding. I didn't understand do yes. Yeah that's right It was some research from the. Us said yes. That was specific to the us was looking at I it was by pew research That we're looking at people that left to slum and the reasons for it so was i don't have the numbers with me at the moment but the was quite a significant number that just either didn't fully understand it whenever really into it And just kind of yeah. That was it just never really know enough about it. I mean there is a again. We've been i. I've been saying for the past few weeks that we are anomalous. We.

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"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

Verbal Outpost

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

"That would be muslim beliefs but not necessarily in identity will the actions and we talked back to you. There's a number of other factors things like personality cultural brin gang. Could even be the food that we eat our honesty food can be a good bonding factor between people So it can be anything. binds us together. But then achieve. We doubt up a notch and we talked about the example of people who identifies muslim but actually are involved in quite significant sins is according to our beliefs but also quite severe illegal actions as well. Things that ratchet quite deplorable and the example we used was drug dealers and actually we could extend that to people That could extend to a serial killer. As an example it could be Somebody or people groups of people involved in exploiting vulnerable young people could extend to that unfortunately this good and bad in every community unfortunately within muslims as well there is a certain segment of the muslim community by is involved in quite bad things. So we've just been talking about our perception towards them. Again we're not forming any We're not talking about action and to a large extent is quite theoretical discussion. This is just more about perception. And how we perceive things again reformed judgments and perceptions on things around us all the time on people around his. So we're just trying to keep the conversation grounded in a little bit reality just to be as well in previous weeks. We've talked about Just being much more compassionate much more considerate towards people who may be struggling with the or just people with good o'clock may not be muslim. We've talked ex- muslims and we've talked about Just being much more lenient and consider an being able to empathize with them better. That's where we ended. The conversation will pick it up from that point again and will continue talking about that and it's a real shame because at the beginning of did mention with trained to about kenzo coach That's probably to be at the question For this show but hopefully inshallah. We'll cover in future show so let's just bring it back in then right drug dealers if we focus on that particular topic and you know what that can be extended to anything. It can be extended to a again. Somebody exploiting.

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"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

Verbal Outpost

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

"Yes in in some of the grounding the conversation reality what perception do you have about these people. Because i think i would probably take you a little bit further and say yeah. These people have caused quite significant hominy community as shafique. There is an argument that she the circumstances and we did talk about a few weeks ago. The circumstances have caused them to be like this but actually less looking flipside. Everybody's responsible for their own actions you get to a certain age and you're responsible for your own actions and that cannot be used as an excuse to absolve yourself of making any mistakes that you are responsible for your own actions and what you do And in terms of repentance on your deathbed as well again usually would say. That's that's fun. We can't judge another person us between them and they lured but if we assume like where he said that actually the basic is that if they died on their weight picking up drugs for the next deal with that was going down We assume they didn't repent just based on that. Based on some common sense facts. This is the outwardly visible. We don't know wilson on inside somebody's house between them allies into and and just because somebody is in that negative one hundred area guests described. It doesn't mean they have to continue on that path. You know like i mentioned adults. We make choices in life. Yes we may have had a bad start life as mentioned but is that really an excuse to continue that way because if the drug dealer for an example A pretty sure. If if you're doing it for years you're gonna surely make enough money to say of made enough to get out of this life now making an active choice to continue or discontinue. Surely it's not that easy. I don't know i feel that you guys are really simplifying things. Just you're your drug dealer. You've made enough money. That's it you can just kick kick habit. I mean these drug dealers are probably drug addicts as well and you know if you're addicted to something. It's not easy for you to get help and get off new people in australia. And the hold on the money side of things. Maybe they just drug. Maybe the education isn't good getting employment. You know getting those opportunities. I don't know. I just feel like being really simplified on is not as a really complicated issue look but just mentioned about people who might be addicted to drugs affect to me. I guess that would fall under the side of things that they don't have Sound of mind because of the influence that they owned diff- will show pops the pens lifted as the los asia. They they count. Pups might be paused because they have no conscious mind. How do you know these us on tell addicts then depending has been lifted on all of them for the argument. Count to that really. Tough is if somebody's actively going out and selling it. We're not talking about by now we're talking about sellers deforming of business and they're going out actively looking for customers lullabies my understanding of what un's question is it it is. I think mississippi realistic for a moment. Right because we've we'll see. I'm sure all of us have seen trump dealers all things associated with drugs happening in wherever just out and about something just looks a little bit fishy and get. You can use some arguments if he now some of them personally. Okay and that's all well and good so positive but still people dealing drugs and they can be absorbed. You can't shift that responsibility. Kate with grown adults. If it's a childhood twelve thirteen euro actually. They've been groomed into it right. They're not able to determine what is right wrong. Good bad they could have been groomed into these are grown men women who deal in drugs okay. Just taking that example. It's actually. I'll be harsh with them and say just the default position is that no we on. We don't make any excuses for them. Is what i would say is actually. We should take quite a hauch line with them. Will the harsh line either because obviously this particularly mom saying dungeons on them. And obviously you're saying you should be harsh with these people now. What about those. But one thing is what is accountability now Does the community decide that. Hold on if a particular person is not acting various that they'll be held accountable and these are the particular things that will happen to them. Hoda mississippi kiss. We're not so by hauch sean. I'm not saying the vigilantism all go chasing after minor sincerely like the work anyway but Again remember what token about perception here say what we'll do. I'd say we'll do. We'll continue the conversation after the break in cello right. It's been great We'll continue it So don't go anywhere. You've been listening to the verbal outpost. We've been talking. We're talking about the way we perceive drug dealers at the moment which is interesting. So don't go anywhere. stay with us. And we'll carry on talking about that in the next segment and la que. Space you don't go anywhere Salaam only the law were better cata. Who besmellah him and we back. You are listening to the verbal outpost and it's been a very interesting conversation con not controversial but with other little bit debate in the studio here At you know some debate just a good friendly conversation But differing views And that's very important to understand a sentence subject from different perspectives. So it's very important to do that. So what we've been talking about so far actually is. We've tried to be a little bit more realistic. And we're just talking about the perception that we have found that all of his foam judgments on people. It's just a reality okay. It's effective life that we all form some form of a judgment with a good judgment negative judgement. Whatever is we do form judgments on people on scenarios on certain things right so we've been talking about what what would i can be on So the bit of research by murray. Actually we talked about people.

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"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

Verbal Outpost

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

"There's no you know if that person is in religious you don't gonna be able to relate to them really on the basis than i mean personally based on my experience on the people i've known it hasn't really always been a religious thing so my closest friends and everything that is based on their personality rather than how religious person is. And i mean you. I've got mixed bag a friends you know. Some are really religious. Simone solve in between by their personality. I'm drawn to an to the people that keep close to me. You know they're all good people interesting Good and then. In terms of we move onto the next cohort. Actually there's another cohort not wants to cover off as well. it's interesting. There's a video of an imam from birmingham. And i remember this where he talks about drug dealers so muslim drug dealers and he stresses the muslim community in the massages should not even pray janata over them because of the fifth now that caused within communities and just to be clear that's drug dealers have not repented that have not repented so there's been a couple of incidents of north Would trump deed has been involved in of been killed during drug turf. Ause i don't necessarily agree with that. So i'm not endorsing that in any way shape or form. But it's an opinion that somebody has An imam from birmingham We can set you up on youtube so about those people within our community. Maybe a little bit here advice. Would you offer those people within our community that openly to and also illegal things. Yeah people like drop-dead is what's your perception towards him out. I wonder whether with the past few weeks we've talked about which about a month ago. My last show as well as age mature matured in our thinking and been a little bit more lenient with people trying to make connecticut. But what about those people that actually on really making an effort are still muslim attitude in quezon. Horrible things i think for me. I'm just kind of picturing a progress bar you'd like so you'd have zero progress in the middle old up to one hundred doing everything you can be. As good of a muslim you can The people believe you described initially would be zero where they're not doing anything in terms of practicing slum but they do say you know how hold faith to islamic and i believe in law a believe in islam but do anything about it so they would. I guess if we're talking about a bit of a numerical value they will be zero banal. I think we're talking about people who have actively gone backwards to towards minus one hundred so they've gone the other way. They're going the opposite direction. I'm said this is not just. I'm not doing anything good. I mean you you touched upon. This was before where people say. I'm not doing anything. But i'm still a good person so it shouldn't be an issue. We've had these comments before. I'm sure that now we'll see we're talking specifically about people who are doing and i think if who to give advice we have question then various why are you on the one hand claiming and saying you all muslim but then everything you do and say is contrary to that. How do the two go hand in hand effectively the to if you put me in the same picture. It becomes a bit of an oxymoron. They just completely contradicting into the. Can i just check with you. Because that's very interesting seeing these numerical values in a bit spectrum developing here so you said people sent some zip religiousness you is. Is it going from one hundred two minus two hundred. The scam young just as as a as a very simple diagram. So you've got from in the middle you've got zero on the right you've got one hundred and another other left you got minus one hundred. That's just the very basic bar. I guess if you like of somebody. My police themselves and then has has been controversial. Wants i mean again. I mean we're not saying anybody's out outside of the photo of slow but in terms of as closest to leaving a slum will get the minus one hundred days so zero a thing the definitely the minus one hundred. Aw on the on the board line. Because as i say not only are they on the one hand saying muslim pine fair enough dispute but everything you do and say literally goes against that must the issue In if somebody believed in something why would you not. Why would you go against is is the question that they really need to ask themselves. Yeah yeah i mean. I'm not it's difficult. You know when you look at someone from the outside and you see okay the drug dealers or what not unless you really personally know them quite difficult because of what we're doing now is making a judgment about drug dealers know causing harm to society and we're not in their position. We don't really know what they've been to. What the what they've been through. Sorry and what they've been influenced by and maybe it's we've had a much easier life whereas for them they they haven't maybe they haven't had a stable family and maybe they haven't had the right people in their life to sort of influence them on them in the right direction. You know imams obsolete. It's their job in within the community. Continue bring people to slow. But they can't relate to the jones street Kid who's the drug. Neither in the corner. Imam goes out to him. He relate to him. You need particular type of skill to be able to talk to people in relate to people feel like so many moms just out of touch and this particular mom you mentioned Who was saying look shouldn't even do genetic on these people is like i don't know i mean we're not scholars This person's obviously maiden has this opinion based on evidence know on his studies that he's done all whoever he's consulted with my personal opinion. I think that's wrong. I don't think you should be regardless of how much harm they call society. If the particular person said identifies as a muslim whether they're practicing the faithful all obviously they might be sincere end the whole repentance thing as well as the never repented how you know people repent in their bedroom people repent in the breath dealing. How would you solve note. That person has repented before they died. i think it's quite difficult for someone to say look. Don't do nas on that person because of drugs either.

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"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

Verbal Outpost

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

"Leila humbelina here. Bill was allowed to watch the limo aleta slowly. I mean somebody or you're sidley ameri at for hawk only salaam aleikum. What happened to lie or better. Can't welcome olle you're listening to q. And shafique thanks for joining us. On today's episode of the verbal outpost will be like to have an informal conversation about. We'll topics would also like it's take part to make sure you leave a comment for trump as an email on verbal outpost at outlook dot com. Please share your thoughts. Get straight into it today. We'll be talking about two topics slobby. Different bivona overlap. I one with talked in previous weeks about religiousness talked about islamic religiousness. So in the first part we're gonna talk a bit more about religiousness in the uk and we're gonna reference the ipsos mori bit of research that we've looked at over the past couple of weeks and secondly and this is a little bit controversial one time permitting if we've got the time we'll talk about cancer coach or is it and is it taking into a positive will harmful direction. So it's time permitting will cover that the see how we get on and shaw right then so a few weeks ago. We talked about people having a natural affinity and shafique talked about your show and we talked about friendship and we talked about having this natural affinity with others from a similar background should experiences nationalities Whether it's cultural upbringing intrests shared interests that we have and personality types as well all personalities similar is some kick your personalities click due to individuals cake and in the past couple of weeks with two about the research from obsess murray and we talked about the muslim population in the uk and one thing that was very apparent and i wanted to stress to anybody. Listening is that we on a less fortunate as people would believe. We are not all in one big whatsapp group and we on or related to one another. That's just not the case. We are very different in many different ways. There's many segments has many different demographics of different categories types of people within the muslim community. You name it just as with pretty much any of the community. And that's how can we all have different levels of religiosity as well and just according to that. Bit of research from Murray there's one statistic that wants to pull out and if you remember which took about. I think it was around fifty five percent of muslims in the uk all somewhat religious and will do some form of worship at least once a week. So that being an exemple so that was just over half the population by just wants to flip around and have a look at the other side and was thirteen percent of the population that said they never participate in religious events or attend religious activities. And that is not even on festivals. Either case a thirteen percent of the muslim population in the uk. According to the research do not participate in religious events or attend any religious activities at all. So they don't do it at tool just wants to be clear. We're not calling anybody non-muslim yep we're not doing anything silly like that but let's be realistic for a moment we all form judgments and have perceptions about seven people said just wants to explore that little bit. Further in terms of that specific cohort and this is my question for. You just wants to understand this a little bit more and see what you cost. In terms of the specific cohorts about thirteen percent and to be honest probably even a smaller percentage of that within the fifteen percent who would class themselves as muslim belief but not necessarily in identity or any actions. So what. I mean by this just to be clear on definitions so from a market research perspective talking about population who would say that. They must limber on not practicing in any way shape or form. do not really abide by any of the rules The jalan haram That didn't really stick to any of that Do you have smith question is do you have personally again. This is just purely opinion. Just purely opinion so generalizing was saying this is fact. It's just purely opinion. Would you said that you have a religious affinity with people from that particular coho on a religious basis just purely from a religious perspective to feel like you have an affinity with with that particular. Coho i think for me it depends on what the characteristics and i guess the word features for lack of a word they will bring to. You know the relationship between me person. I what characteristics to the hold. What do they do into socializing activities. I the they might not be doing anything. The practicing side of things but it would also depend on what they are doing within the as well for me To be honest with that. I mean i think with muslim sometimes beholden to solve like a high platform though and we see someone being a muslim and did not maybe practising or doing all listening. I think i'll okay. What why aren't they but they could be a very good person you think. Oh it's a shame that you're not really practicing the face but you know if there are things that we have in common Issue with being around those people to be honest. Okay okay and and just to be. I is not about having an issue With being around those people. I mean i would have been a little bit set If you guys would have had an issue with the fun that kind of why expected but if we just dial it down a tiny bit in terms of definition if we say These people that Apart from a muslim name is absolutely nothing else muslim about them. Understand is a personality type thing did mention a number of factors but if we just focus specifically on the religious side of it so that religious affinity that you would have We talked a couple of weeks ago about being at the mosque. And then there's a number of other factors but there is religious affinity so you may not necessarily click with personality in the things but there is that religious affinity. We talked about a few weeks ago specifically that fit.

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"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

Verbal Outpost

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"muslim" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

"Stick to any of that Do you have some question is do you have personally again. This is just purely opinion k. Just purely opinion when generalizing was saying this is fact. It's just purely opinion which you said that you have a religious affinity with people from that particular cohort on a religious basis just purely from a religious perspective to feel like you have an affinity with with that particular. Coho i think for me it depends on what all the characteristics and i guess the would features for lack of word they would bring to. You know the relationship between me. And not person i what characteristics to the hold. What do they do into socializing activities by the though the might not be doing anything the practicing things but it would also depend on what they are doing than the as well for me. I mean i would agree to be honest with. I mean i think with muslim sometimes behold them to solve like a high platform though we see someone being a muslim and did not make practicing law. Doing well listening all okay. What why aren't they but they could be a very good person you think. Oh it's a shame that not really practicing the face but you know if there are things that we have in common the Issue with being around those people to be honest. Okay okay and just say. I mean it's not about having an issue With being around those people. I mean i would have been a little bit set If you guys would have had an issue with the fun that kind of y expected but if we just dial it down a tiny bit in terms of definition if we say These people that Apart from a muslim name is absolutely nothing else muslim about them. Understand is a personality type thing did mention a number of factors if we just focus specifically on the religious side of it so that religious affinity that you would have We talked a couple of weeks ago about being the mosque. And there's a number of other factors but there is that religious affinity so you may not necessarily click with personality and the things but there is religious affinity. We talked about a few weeks ago. So specifically that fit specifically. What does that look like. I think for me if they if they are not practicing in any way shape or form in you mentioned even to the extent of joining with religious festivities. And i guess that would be made and such days then they naturally can be any religious affinity because this like an absence from the person you only have a half that person to person relationship rather than any form of religious affinity again purely because of the absence of it. I mean if there's no you know if that person isn't religious you don't be up to relate to them and really on dot basis than i mean personally. I based on my experience on the people. I've known it hasn't really always been a religious thing so my closest friends in everything that is based on their personality rather than how religious person is I mean you. I've got mixed bag of friends. Some really religious simone you know solving between boyce their personality the undrawn to an elective.

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"muslim" Discussed on TMV Podcast

TMV Podcast

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"muslim" Discussed on TMV Podcast

"Audit hoda. Novus anomoly continue all <hes>. Thank you joining us here. On this table where we are discussing. How post election forts. And what's next for muslims in america. I'm sure you can all agree. It's been crazy times and in many ways we're kind of up the woodsmen anyways we're entering new self woods with new challenges to face. I wanted to start off just by asking. What role did muslim voters play in this election. The way we've done things in the past. There has been slow grassroots initiatives. Here and there are different organizations. But this time. There was a lot of <unk> <hes>. And i think you know over among. Muslims voted in the election. That's phenomenal like that's beyond anyone's expectations. Of was there before the election started or the early voting started <hes>. States like michigan. I think some delivered. They delivered michigan to the biden. Victory and i think minnesota what we snare issues exceptional sixty plus muslims. That got elected this election. And that says something. When you see that in the <unk>. Legislator reflects what our community looks like need looked at this election <hes>. Strategically see where we needed to <hes>. Where we needed to help out in order to get border turn out and what community could actually build those coalitions. I feel like there is the sentiment and i saw this on social media in leading up to the election. There was this kind of sentiment that muslim organizations who <hes> <hes>. Kind of you know. <hes> representing <hes>. The muslim grassroots on the ground for the biden campaign <hes>. Was being kind of you know there was kind of i. Don't use the word fighting but into dialogue lesage's to be kind <hes>. About <hes> various organizations. And whether or not they have essentially the right to represent <hes>. <hes> listen votes. You think that that kind of infighting is kind of unfair leading up to election where it's so important that muslims gathered together as a coalition and trump office. The muslim communities diverse in there has to be important questions that are asked in our organization. Do need to help be held accountable. <hes> so i i see nothing wrong in conversations about directions. Muslim organizations are going. You know as long as they're done in a manner that's productive in in a manner that's intended to move the community forward <hes>. And i think you know how organizations respond to that is also telling of the direction they want to. And i think organizations and i've been with an organization before at at abc has been under the gun. That's been under community pressure to make changes. I've gone through it on the other side. And i understand that. They namic of running an organization. Dan dynamics of being annetta. That's a separate conversation of how organizations have to react and have to respond to community pressure and valid concerns. I think the question money raise was well is is this a time to talk about you. Know community <hes>. Is at the time where we have an elections where we're trying to vote out a fascist and <hes>. You know everybody has a different opinion. There is no right or wrong. Answer in both sides have concerns about the timing and so forth wasn't twenty sixteen on repeat. A lot of people did fall in line disappoint. Joe biden even <unk>. May not have agreed that he was the best choice. Personally i do think he was a better choice. Donald trump a happily voted for him. I didn't have an issue. Voting for him are his policies. Perfect no by any means. They're not he's not the perfect candidate but i'm not looking for the perfect candidate. I'm not looking for somebody that i'm going to go out and stand in line for hours and it's going to get me. You know up to to see him. I'm i'm looking for president and it's normal. You know somebody that we can. When we do fight against our fight policies and push back on somebody that's gonna be receptive to listening to us so the democratic party joe biden's administration. We have to give them room to prove you know to to to prove themselves to the community. We have to give them room to answer to our concerns and our demands. And and see how reacts and i'm not saying biden is going to completely shut the door issues. He may well come out and be the bus president. We've seen for the community. We do have to give them that opportunity to do so. We have to give that room for him to to work in and navigate with us and see what comes about something that you said that like we just want a normal president and i think that that is really scary for me because i think a normal president in the united states is a warmonger will still enact other types of bands will still children are still being separated in the united states via the incarceration systems <hes>. People are still being shot and killed by police. They're still surveillance they're still going to be a us empire and so these like he's very core. Fundamental forms of violence are not going to be raised at all. I think that is something that <hes>. It's central to what i think i'm really pushing for. Is that a yes. We should have diversity of tactics absolutely. We can't just like protests everybody in the street and then like think. Everything's going to change if we don't have a strategy. If we are able to actually think about things strategically. I agree that a diversity of tactics is very important but i also think i think there's celebration i think there's a difference between a celebration of trump leaving office and biden entering office. I think it's like great. I love seeing trump depress. The white house or about the whole thing at the that was great. I love that. But there's truly nothing to celebrate about biden sneaking office and truly nothing to celebrate about going back to the status quo in the status quo is so deeply violent. The bar has been so much lowered based on how much violence that we've normalized. And i think that that's something that we can't allow. We allow ourselves normalized. Violence like biden saying that he's going to reverse the muslim ban. You shouldn't be sprayed it as a hero. That is like the basic thing that he should be doing and so i think that us getting excited. That biden is doing not even the bare minimum but just like reversing back to normal. Violent status quo is not a celebration. I think that unfortunately trump has really really destroyed our sense of normalcy but are also like before that even our sense of normalcy was like really endanger. And i think we don't do enough imagining about what we're actually trying to build toward <hes>. And i think if we're actually able to sit down and be like all right. We're trying to elect muslims into positions of power for what what is our end goal like. We're going to rally around biden to get into power for what

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"muslim" Discussed on Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"muslim" Discussed on Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

"Elliott I. . It is a rental student in researcher WHO's been involved in interfaith activities for over two decades. . He holds a Master's in Biblical studies with a focus on. . New. . Testament and Biblical languages. . He also holds a PhD in cultural historical studies in religion from the graduate. . Theological. . Union his doctoral work focused on Muslim Herman UNIX of Biblical texts especially, , the Gospel of John. . And he lives, , in Santa, cinnabon , California with his wife Royer and three daughters. . So welcome to the show Dr Ali tight. . Thank you because local good to be back for a third time. . Yes. . We're always excited and <hes>. . I know in the past we've had you <hes>. . You know on the show to Kinda talk. About . Christianity. . Were of sort of interfaith conversations <hes> in the audience as well as <hes> US. . We benefited him immensely from those on. . So I thought this would be a little bit different. . I know <hes> something that you would probably consider a little bit outside of your wheelhouse or area of expertise perhaps <hes> but I would contend that you know <hes> i. . if you are perfectly suited in a sense that <hes> not only given your background that you touched upon on the first episode but to really kind of have a conversation a, , that is related to an intra faith. . Issue of between kind of the she and the Sunni tradition and I say that. . Because Dr <unk> your background actually your family background has something you had mentioned the first time we had this conversation <hes> you come from a she background your family is or remain or is still short she yes might my parents or practicing Shiites to use the Latin sort of suffix please them or she I guess we can say. . So Yeah mink growing up. . We were like I don't typical sort of Iranian so. . No religion really anywhere and freedom to do whatever we wanted. . Think. . However, , we wanted <hes> <hes> but as my parents got older, , they rediscovered their. . Roots <hes> their Shiite woods. . So there you know they may have two, , thousand, , six <HES> and they're. . Very, devout , Shia now. . <hes> so for me growing up however. . <hes> I actually, , never really considered myself. . <hes> <hes> a Muslim until I got into. . College. . and. . Then the brothers I met initially were so knee and they sort of against to enter the wing and and copy. . Islam. . In an over the years, , of course, , with I've had. . Great conversations with my parents on on certain things and. . What's the significance of this event in history you? ? How do you interpret this verse? ? What about this Heidi Eve? ? Things like that <hes>. . So that's that's where a standard now. . Yeah, , I mean you off air you made the caveat <unk> <unk>. . This isn't sort of an area of study or expertise for you on, , but not only just given the family background but I would I mean as someone who is really a deep student of history <hes> I think that a I think some of the the touch points that we wanNA focus on in today's conversation on it'd be really nice to hear your thoughts on because essentially couple I wanted to make to clarifying points and then <hes> kind of dive right in, , and that was related to the last episode of the two parter we did with the amount weenie. . Is that <hes> for the listener someone some heard my question or my line of questioning as. . <hes>. . Kind of questioning Sunni orthodoxy around some of these historical issues and I wanted to clarify that wasn't the case I mean I'm not I wasn't sort of trying to <hes> place. . Any doubts on the Sunni narrative were the Sunni approach to these the historical events that we touched on but rather it was really as I said at the outset of the conversation with the Amati 'cause Weenie that this was not meant to be a debate. . We weren't there to debate a Sunni points at the allergy were a Sunni the Sunni approach to some of the historical of historical events that we talked about. . So it was more of being able to be deferential. . To our guest and give him the opportunity to <hes> really essentially lay down the narrative of early. . Muslim. . History according to the cheese sources. . So I, , wanted to clarify that from some of the questions that I asked not for you <hes> professor Italian but rather listener <hes>. . Number two with regards to this particular conversation where things more meaningful to you <unk> is that the purpose of this show is not to have you on to serve offer the Su Ni reputation, , right to the points that were raised in the last episode. . This is not a polemic, , a polemical conversation. Again, . , we're not here to sort of do that. . That's not the approach that at least i WanNa, , take <hes> I imagine all three of us don't WanNa take it's more of a deep dive or as deep as we can get given time constraints and so on on into kind of the Sunni perspective on some of the issues, , there are some of the events that we focused on last time. . Good. . Bremer. . Great. . Great. . So I think <hes> or if you had any thoughts or any comments you wanted to make otherwise I'd be happy to kind of dive right into it with. . A tiny. . No I just want to echo that like I decided emptying Irwin Cup of understanding and just trying to understand and learn in that conversation we weren't coming with their own. . Ideas to the table. . They were not that we were undermining ideas. . We just put them to the sites we can learn. .

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"Salaam of. And welcome to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast. This is a very very overdue episode. It is the final check in of the Milan series. Is like what. When did Ramona and June May. I actually don't remember it's. A mean I think this is what everyone saying all the time just blends together, and it definitely <unk> because I don't understand why the time has gone. I'm so sorry it's delayed. Things came up weighing on some things but <hes>. Here we are. Of? The time recording is one thirty five am on Thursday July second twenty twenty. So it's late, and Ramadan is definitely definitely over although I hope the blessings aren't <hes>. Also if I'm kind of. Speaking quite closely to my Mike will also. Relatively softly, and there may be quite a bit of disturbance. There's just loud noise going on right now. <hes> so I, apologize for that. <hes>. You know I felt really guilty. I still do feel quite <unk> guilty full publishing this later than I expected to. But actually. I don't know about anyone else. I'm in the state of spiritual suspension I posted about this on my. Instrument page because. You May or may not have noticed, but I didn't upload podcast for the twenty six spiritual habit series. Which <hes> for the latest one, which was was to be doing Salat <unk> every. And I just I'm in state of spiritual suspension of don't really know how to move forward, but I'm also giving myself that time to just rest, and you know work on those habits that I had lost track of or wanted to perfect or whatever it was right I'm wanted to revisit so. Spiritual suspension and as I was re listening to everybody US CHECK INS I just felt so inspired. And I think some of this could be that you know we're not meeting regularly at most programs, or we're not having <hes> just spaces physical spaces where we can connect with one another spiritually I mean there is such a difference between being able to physically and being able to do it online <hes>. But this did really help I just felt that. Oh Yeah I, am part of an there are people can talk to about this and <hes>. You know it's just it's amazing. How much the blessings of Ramadan can continue with us, but at the same time. How. Because we're not as focused and intentional about spirituality. How much weaken new sites? Of God and I think that's kind of. That's always the difficult transition post from Avante because of during the month you know our world to stumps in. A to an extent right, and we and that is our focus for that is at the front of our mind. In shallow and so. You know after that we we always go back to reality so to speak, and it's up to us to change our reality up to us to change how intentional we want to be with. Continuing Spiritual <hes> efforts, and sometimes that's easier said than done sometimes. If you're in a state, spiritual suspension, the guild isolation like you know, there's a lot but <hes>. Honest to God if there's anything I've learned, this year is the power of intention and. <hes> I hope that the check ins that you hear a revive your intentions revived that connection that you feel if you've lost it. If not a handle of this amazing I hope this just adds to. Your experience right now. But Yeah I just WANNA say. Now. I am so. Unbelievably thankful for the guests that participated. To all of you. I mean this episode I mean the series quite literally could not be done without you. It would just be me checking in. Fort while I wouldn't have done. It would just be boring if I just checked in myself for blonde, so it was just so insightful and inspiring and. I genuinely appreciated the level of ability, because it's not necessarily easy to just share your experiences to people. You don't know to audiences you don't know and. I just felt so connected to each and every one of your responses and. I'm so grateful for that and I know of had messages shared the swift boat with the folks that. I've had messages saying that people just felt very inspired by what you have said, and very connected to it and Sousse of conflict, and so I just can we all pray for the folks that participated in the families that they are rewarded abundantly in this life, and in the hair off made it was be accepted <hes> you know in the divine timing timing of a lot. I just a continually. A has ripple effects and one of those is that you can listen to the series at any point in time and still connected still learn, and still be inspired

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"Salaam of. And welcome to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast. This is a very very overdue episode. It is the final check in of the Milan series. Is like what. When did Ramona and June May. I actually don't remember it's. A mean I think this is what everyone saying all the time just blends together, and it definitely <unk> because I don't understand why the time has gone. I'm so sorry it's delayed. Things came up weighing on some things but <hes>. Here we are. Of? The time recording is one thirty five am on Thursday July second twenty twenty. So it's late, and Ramadan is definitely definitely over although I hope the blessings aren't <hes>. Also if I'm kind of. Speaking quite closely to my Mike will also. Relatively softly, and there may be quite a bit of disturbance. There's just loud noise going on right now. <hes> so I, apologize for that. <hes>. You know I felt really guilty. I still do feel quite <unk> guilty full publishing this later than I expected to. But actually. I don't know about anyone else. I'm in the state of spiritual suspension I posted about this on my. Instrument page because. You May or may not have noticed, but I didn't upload podcast for the twenty six spiritual habit series. Which <hes> for the latest one, which was was to be doing Salat <unk> every. And I just I'm in state of spiritual suspension of don't really know how to move forward, but I'm also giving myself that time to just rest, and you know work on those habits that I had lost track of or wanted to perfect or whatever it was right I'm wanted to revisit so. Spiritual suspension and as I was re listening to everybody US CHECK INS I just felt so inspired. And I think some of this could be that you know we're not meeting regularly at most programs, or we're not having <hes> just spaces physical spaces where we can connect with one another spiritually I mean there is such a difference between being able to physically and being able to do it online <hes>. But this did really help I just felt that. Oh Yeah I, am part of an there are people can talk to about this and <hes>. You know it's just it's amazing. How much the blessings of Ramadan can continue with us, but at the same time. How. Because we're not as focused and intentional about spirituality. How much weaken new sites? Of God and I think that's kind of. That's always the difficult transition post from Avante because of during the month you know our world to stumps in. A to an extent right, and we and that is our focus for that is at the front of our mind. In shallow and so. You know after that we we always go back to reality so to speak, and it's up to us to change our reality up to us to change how intentional we want to be with. Continuing Spiritual <hes> efforts, and sometimes that's easier said than done sometimes. If you're in a state, spiritual suspension, the guild isolation like you know, there's a lot but <hes>. Honest to God if there's anything I've learned, this year is the power of intention and. <hes> I hope that the check ins that you hear a revive your intentions revived that connection that you feel if you've lost it. If not a handle of this amazing I hope this just adds to. Your experience right now. But Yeah I just WANNA say. Now. I am so. Unbelievably thankful for the guests that participated. To all of you. I mean this episode I mean the series quite literally could not be done without you. It would just be me checking in. Fort while I wouldn't have done. It would just be boring if I just checked in myself for blonde, so it was just so insightful and inspiring and. I genuinely appreciated the level of ability, because it's not necessarily easy to just share your experiences to people. You don't know to audiences you don't know and. I just felt so connected to each and every one of your responses and. I'm so grateful for that and I know of had messages shared the swift boat with the folks that. I've had messages saying that people just felt very inspired by what you have said, and very connected to it and Sousse of conflict, and so I just can we all pray for the folks that participated in the families that they are rewarded abundantly in this life, and in the hair off made it was be accepted <hes> you know in the divine timing timing of a lot.

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"muslim" Discussed on 6IX & Friends

6IX & Friends

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"muslim" Discussed on 6IX & Friends

"Get Drunk Annie Hamp. Together exposes food and drinking, and then Cinco de Mayo is all drinking. And then Thanksgiving all food. That's my heartache. But whatever, don't you? I'm just a messenger. To what holidays do you celebrate? Would would I know them? I don't know. Do you know what Ramadan is? Do so after Don which is the thirty days of fasting that we have which is awesome and spiritual, and honestly the best time of the year we have three days of feasting and the word for like celebration holiday is Eve, and then I think like people who speak like natural Arabic's pronounce it differently, but the first holiday we have is either fitter. Right after Don and then we have either other, which is later on in the year, but right after Don since you're you have those three days of a holiday. We literally do feast like we go I. Guess It's Kinda like when you have American holidays, you go from house to house. You see people you connect with the community. We have a prayer in the morning like early in the morning that everyone goes to the mosque for. You just. Up like you go into a gala and you got everyone's house and it's really impolite if you don't eat something and everyone's house, so you have to eat, so it's three days of gaining back all the weight that you lost. Basically. And then the second one is more of a religious holiday booth. Sound real weird when I say it out loud, but we sacrifice animals on that day, because it's a religious story back to one of our prophets, who is willing to sacrifice his son for God, and instead of sacrificing his son God replaces of the Sun at the last minute with a lamb, or go I believe so that's what Muslims do, so you sacrifice an animal, and then you donate major portion or I think it's one third goes to charity so anyone who's needy? One third goes to friends and family, and then one third goes to you. So. That's something big that we do too well. Those are the main two holidays I don't know about any other sections of Islam like Sunni and Shia which is kind of what Islam is broken down into I'm Sunni. So those are the two that I celebrate overhaul grow whose from Morocco. And one, she as was, he didn't really life formally as me, but she kind of played around the idea of me participating Ramadan, too, because he told me it's you can eat before the sun comes up. And we at the sun goes down. But Sunrise to sunset. CAN YOU RE WATER? We drink water. We don't eat, but I will say then it's Kinda like intermittent fasting that people do nowadays. You know like you have a good couple of hours where you can't eat so for purposes. Load yeah, so it's a lot, but after the fourth day your body gets used to it. You don't really feel like the hunger pangs anymore, and you're just used to not eating. There's just a myriad of problems that come with your breath. Stink, so you can't really talk to. People face to face, which didn't help me when I was a counselor, so. Yeah, and you feel really tired. Like fatigue is a thing by then the night you eat, so you're fine. Everything is made out for. It's not that bad..

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"muslim" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

The Electorette Podcast

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

"Oh, ready to fight even while they're mothering their children and cooking food like, you know, they're very determined to build the strong black nation. So there seems to be this division or this difference in the way that the rhetoric especially at the political level deals with black American Muslims and non black Muslims. Right. I mean, people from the Middle East, for instance. And I'm thinking about that time following nine eleven when the rhetoric was really ratcheted up, and you know, now almost twenty years later that same strain of Islam phobia. You know, we see that now. And it seems as if you know. Although black Muslims are not excluded from anti-black racism, but they are excluded to some extent from the strain of his Islam phobia. First of all, do you think that's true? And if so, you know, why do you think that is no I'm so that that's a wonderful question. So the question of why when we talk about Muslims in the Trump era and more broadly, you know, from nine eleven onward, why is it that every time you say Muslim in the United States, you think of someone who looks like Osama bin Laden, my why do you think of somebody who looks like, you know, kind of your typical movie terrorist or a woman in a black headscarf, you know, who's covered from head to toe, or you know, and always Arab or Middle Eastern. You know, whatever those terms mean or South Asian, even right? And so this is a very interesting to vote development. Because prior to the nineteen seventies. Or so if you were to actually meet a Muslim in the United States, they would very likely be African American. I mean, there were non black Muslims in this country. There were immigrants many who had been farm workers and laborers from South Asia from different places in the Middle East, but they were few and far between right? So anybody who had publicly be saying like publicly declare themselves or identify as Muslim was likely plaque. Right. So there's this kind of strange cognitive dissonance that we have to ask ourselves about as a viewing public or as a reading public about why we do that. And for me, the answer is very much in the ways in which there was a concerted effort on the part of the state in terms of discrediting and disavowing black Islam as not the real slum, right? And then on the other hand, this kind of notion that non black Muslims many immigrant Muslims who come after the nineteen seventies onward kind of declare themselves the more authentic Muslims. So it's twofold like the answer to your question about the state. There are literally documents. So the CIA file on the nation of Islam. And then this is reflected in the CBS documentary that was made in nineteen fifty eight called the hate that hate produced, and you see it in newspaper articles in the New York Times where prominent writers and politicians are saying things like the black Muslims are not real Muslims. They practice this kind of strange. You know incorrect version of a slob and the real Muslims the good Muslims. Right. Are these orthodox Muslims who believe in universal brotherhood and all these good things? And so this is. Actually in state documents in state language around a slump. So that's an entire trajectory of thought that discredits black Muslims as Muslims. The there's a lot of kind of internal complicated history there, but there's also a lot of anti black racism within Muslim communities as well. Is speaking of what's happening today? We have these two women in congress who have very different backgrounds who are Muslim you have Rashida to lead. And you have Ilhan Omar, very different women. Right. Right. Absolutely. And coming from two very different communities, but both very distinctive in the ways in which is slum is lived through their cultural, right communities and geographic locations as well. Right. You'll hunt Omar comes from a very strong and vibrant Somali Muslim community in Minnesota. And the history of that community is very interesting. Why are there so many Somalians in Minnesota? That's a great question to ask great. Because of relocation programs that the.

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