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God and WC

Reader comment on item: "[Symposium] On the Strip: Where To Go from Gaza?"
in response to reader comment: What do Muslims pray?

Submitted by Harrak (Canada), Jul 11, 2006 at 00:35

Barbara, although your question is impaired, I have some answers:

"Do muslims believe in healing ? When a person is ill do they pray and believe ?"

Yes, and some of them even do not go to Doctor as they believe their god is the only healer..someothers go to doctor and ask god for the success..Yes when a person is ill, all those prayying in the mosque pray for him by sayying reapeatedly (Amman yugeebol Mudtarra idhaa daaho wayakshifu `suu`) meaning (oh who is -other than god- can respond the call of the needy and take away harm)..

"I know the Jews pray and believe like the Christians do even though they don't pray in the name of Jesus"

what! you know nothing..the Jews and Muslims pray to the god of Abraham, the god of Moses and Jacob and Aaron..the God of Israel.. the Christians pray to the son of Mary. He and his mother used to eat food, so you know what comes after eating..and that is why I say that the son of Mary can not be the creator of the moon and the stars if he gets the urgency to go to WC. So Jews and Muslims are way close to each other than to the Christians in many ways ¸¸ regardless of the myth of Judeo-christianism¸¸ that was created to cover up the crimes commited by Christian against the children of Israel where they killed all together including the history garbage bottle called Hitler about 20.000.000 jews.

"Do they worship , praise God in dance and song?"

Yes they do especially in some Tarikats (ways, paths) of Sunnite Suffism and Shiism in general. Wahabism the American ally ironically do not like country music..But seriously, in Suffism there are many Musical schools involved from -Tawashiih, Mowashahat- to -Latmiyat- to -Zikr- to -Radood- etc..in some areas in North Africa, some African style music is very much known to Suffism mainly the use of three string Base and the Tamtams..best example for that kind of Music is a Morrocan group called Nass El Ghiwan..for Tawashih, that is the kind of worship music used by some one already in the book of Guines named Sabah Fakhri -Syrian- who has the current record of the longest concert that I think he was singing in Karakas venezuella for 14 consecutive hours..

That was for your enlightenment not for your tanning!

Barbara, I know you hate to take the bus to school, but here, the buss just took you and I expect that you like it.

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