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method of the Prophet

Today I was indexing my Tera+ of archive and I found some mp3s belongs to SOA band (Soldiers of allah), Soldiers of Allah are American Muslims trying to deliver their message through their rap music, I'll posting their mp3s one by one.


Method of the prophet



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blockquote>From conferences to conferences
From booth to booth
I hear speakers speak but I don't hear the truth
Each with their own perspective Their own objective
Following man-made methods Tying to get elected
showing me pictures of the fairs invasion stories of sisters being raped
brothers being caged in telling me to write letters
to the president which one do you really expect us
to believe in the one who ordered the 10,000 Muslim killings or the one who ordered the sanctions to starve the Muslim Children
let us reminisce and see what the Prophet (saw) did
they offered him wealth and leadership
but the Prophet (saw) reject it he wouldn't compromise Islam
even if they put the sun in his right hand</block quote>



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