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The cool imam

Isn't it cool to be a cool Imam? don't our Imams have hobbies? would love to see some of our Imams cycling with us or bowling or rigidness is a required skill to become an Imam ?

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  1. now thats wht i call Imam, the ones we see daily are nothing but garbage, and garbage smell, people are repelled by smell,
    let enlightenment shed on our life's and stop the darkness of ignorance

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  3. Aba Abdellah Omar Ibno Abi AdeySeptember 21, 2008 at 8:18 PM

    Well , i am really impressed by This Imam , it is really nice and cool to have such ones , but , i wouldn't call the others garbage , we should look at others in Allah's Eyes not in our eyes , if u look at this imam in Allah's Eye you will find him a great Muslim maybe , and if you look at the ones around us who are teaching us beautiful words of wisdom in Allah's eyes you will also feel that we need them , the thing is that We must listen to everybody and get the best of everybody, even non-Muslims , but judging our Imam's and insulting them will definitely mislead us to Allah.
    We must not judge , we must only learn.

    Wa 3alaikom

  4. I have a friend called HaSHIm Farasheh, reminds me of him :P


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