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Faiz and the tablighees

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in response to reader comment: Race, colour and language are very low profile matters to include in a discussion as these are not our choice but only by chance.

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 10, 2008 at 07:50

>Thanks for spending your precious time to give your comments, again for the correction of the record, I belong to the First Caliph Abu Bakr Siddiq and having a complete record of the tree,

Really? the nasab thing again. You cannot even get his name and his name is al-Khalifa Abu Bakr al-Siddiq. But wait: It is sad when Pakistanis whose ancestors were Hindus refuse to tell us the truth and try to find any link they can with Arabia. Just amazing

> my name is Faiz Siddiqi, although it is not very important to me ,

Well let us say that my name is Ali Muhammad ibn Abd al-Mutalib does this mean that I'm also a decendant of Abul Qasim aka Muhammad? What do you think?

>as the only importance is of my own practises(al aamaal) and every thing els have no meaning. so my encestors are the same as I described.

The Arabic word al-Amal means "practises" really?

>Personally I dont like to discuss these very low profile matters of race and language because these are not of our choice and control, and no one is responsible for these type of classifications, only aamaal are our charactor. We can find good and bad charactors in every culture, race and language. Why there is a police department and jails every where?

So how do you propose to discuss the "high profile matters" when you do not know Arabic which is what islam is all about?

>I never wear Shalwar and kurta in Canada because these are not suitable for the climate and there is no official dress code in Shariah exept the outline of coverage of the body (Al satr). I think you are studying islam by poor tableeghees stagnent practices. let me describe the differance among these two approches, tablighis says eating dates (An nakhl)

No al-nakhl means palm trees dates means tamr or balah (Egyptian Arabic)

>is sunnah of the prophet, I think more logical is eating the local fruit is sunnah, stagnents says riding a cammel is sunnah, I think riding the best available mean is sunnsh.

Whatever.

>You are requested to continue to criticize on my comments, as this is the fastest way for me to review my opinion. try to avoid discussing non value-adding issues, like tableeghiz, arab and ajam, canada or india.

No and I repeat Islam is the religion of the Arabs and you are another victim of Arabian imperialism

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