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Islamophobia; As racist as it can get!

I am bringing this content from another publishing blog site I have on WordPress called The Brown Blind Muslim! However, I have lost all motivation to write on that site; so whatever was published there; which I felt worth my readers time; I am sharing here. 


This post will push your imagination in the opposite dimension. You might not understand everything there is to understand about the religion of Islam but will surely have a sarcastic and humourous take on it through my writing.


Disclaimer: This is pure sarcasm, humor and if you don’t respect the writings don’t spill your hate on the post here. Instead please convert to Islam and experience the religion yourself and then tell me that it’s not a funny religion; unlike any other religion. I hope you have a good laugh, drive a healthy conversation and make sure to spread the love by sharing the content to other readers in your network.


Islamophobia is the fear of, hatred of, or prejudice against the religion of Islam or Muslims in general, especially when seen as a geopolitical force or a source of terrorism. The scope and precise definition of the term Islamophobia is the subject of debate.


Allah who? what which bar?


Yo! Followers of the righteous path and religion of Islam; this post is not to demean, humiliate, insult or degrade your religion, faith or whatever you may have going with it. So save your hate and enjoy the sarcasm/ humor.


Dear ignorant of the righteous path and religion of Islam; here is a chance for you to read a bit about the faith, have a laugh and treat us as people of the almighty. Bonus, at the end of this post, if you have converted to Islam, congratulations; all you need to do next is send us your contact details and we will send you your “FREE” welcome bomb kit; yes it’s absolutely FREE!


Every morning; before the sun awakes a Muslim has to give up his wet dream and sleep to pray the Fajr prayer in Muslim lingo “namaaz”. You can also hear the call for prayer called Adhan at the early hours of the morning through old fashioned speakers that break the sound barrier. The call for prayer is from a Mosque The Adhan is usually; who am I kidding?; always called out by a bloke that is heavily bearded and assuming to have a diet problem; also known as the Muezzin. For easier reference; the guy who didn’t make it in a rock band because of his attire.


Now to address the subject of this post; in the Adhan the following verse is said/ read:


Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar,

(God is the greatest, God is the greatest)

Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar

(God is the greatest, God is the greatest)

Ash-hadu an’ la ilaha ill Allah,

(I bear witness that there is no God but Allah)

Ash-hadu an’ la ilaha ill Allah,

(I bear witness that there is no God but Allah)

Ash-hadu ana Muhammadan Rasoolallah,

(I bear witness that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah)

Ash-hadu ana Muhammadan Rasoolallah,

(I bear witness that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah)

Hayya ‘alas-Salah,

(Rush to prayer)

Hayya ‘alas-Salah,

(Rush to prayer)

Hayya ‘alal Falah,

(Rush to success)

Hayya ‘alal Falah,

(Rush to success)

Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar,

(God is the greatest, God is the greatest)


If you noticed the pattern of the Adhan each message/verse/line is repeated twice; perhaps Muslims on the whole have a listening and retention challenge although this call for prayer is repeated 5 times a day; 365 days a year. Those of you who still hear “Allah who? what which bar?” I want you to retain this message “Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar” which means “God is the greatest, God is the greatest”. And not just any God; you know which one!


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