“I don’t think that’s in any way going to be something to worry about. I myself am not speaking for him. But we are here, we love people in general. People love us. I myself love people who love me. You know, so, everything’s mutual. I can’t go [sic] in terms of Israel and Kenya and America, and so forth, you know, but based on what else I’ve heard him say and what I know of him as an individual, I don’t think Israel should worry too much, you know, about the connection. Because, I am a Muslim myself, and I don’t think that my being a Muslim has got anything to do with my brother being the President of the United States.”
This was a radio interview with an Israeli or Palestinian station. Not sure which station, but ABC News got it from the Israeli Army Radio. The reason I think it could be a Palestinian one is that at the end of the interview he says “Asalamualykum”, acknowledging he was being interviewed by a Musim. I don’t think Israeli stations have Muslims on them so this is why I assume it might have been a Palestinian one. Besides that point, I think Malik was right to say what he said. It doesn’t matter if Barack Obama’s half brother is a Muslim.
It’s really amazing how God has planned all this out and there is a strong possibility that the next President of the United States will have a Muslim lineage. God is the best of all planners.
At Education City in Doha, Qatar’s capital, they can study medicine at Weill Medical College of Cornell University, international affairs at Georgetown, computer science and business at Carnegie Mellon, fine arts at Virginia Commonwealth, engineering at Texas A&M, and soon, journalism at Northwestern.
Why couldn’t my school have a study abroad program at ‘Education City’. It would have made learning spoken Arabic a lot easier.
Source: The New York Times
Look at this:
The Tahirs did not know of any dispute over Aqsa wearing a hijab and said that the older Parvez sisters did not always wear the head scarf.
Aqsa Parvez has FIVE older sisters. Wait there is more:
Amal Tahir said Aqsa still periodically wore the hijab, and sometimes other students picked on her.
“They didn’t accept her as easily as they did when she changed her appearance. I told her, if someone doesn’t like you for the way you are inside, the way you dress won’t influence them,” said Amal, who knew Aqsa through her older sister, Irim.
WELL what do we have here! She was picked on for wearing Hijab in school? She took it off and STILL wasn’t accepted! So now who’s FORCING the hijab off her? Regarding the her death please read this.
Dear Biased Islam-Bashing Media Giants:
Why don’t you talk about how Aqsa Parvez’s five older sisters don’t wear hijab and they are still alive and breathing. Why don’t you go ask them if their dad forced hijab on them? Why don’t you ask her family members about Aqsa’s situation? Why don’t you go and find out what really happened? Why don’t you ask her younger brother who WAS HOME AT the time what happened? Why don’t you go speak with her uncles, aunts and cousins? Why don’t you tell the truth!
It’s okay. I already know the answer. You don’t like Islam or anything related to it. Anything bad a Muslim does, Islam did it. Plus, it’s a profitable business nowadays.
A New Yorker.