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How Yusuf Estes became a Muslim - 1



This is one out of nine episodes and I'm posting it because I can safely label it as astonishing story

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  1. Really, Jad, this is religious discrimination :D.

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  2. Kinzi
    Lah lah ya khalto kinzi :-)
    Why is that? Elaborate and enlighten me please Khalto :-)

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  3. LOL, that is IF I could manage to upload a video!!!

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  4. I don't have the same freedom of speech as a minority religion to rejoice publicly as you do. I try to practice a level of self-censorship, and still manage to offend people. Imagine posting such a video knowing what a problem I could cause.

    Remember what happened with Wedad? Of course, I wouldn't use her approach :), but I would be sent packing off the blogosphere just as I got onto itoot!!

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  5. Kinzi
    What you are saying doesn't sound plausible to me :-) you have your freedom and if you still afraid upload it anonymously :p
    uploading video is just like sending mail attachment, I can help you uploading what you have if you are interested.

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  6. Kinzi
    And No, I don't know what happened to Wedad but I'm really missing her presence in the blogospher.

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  7. the first 6:40 minutes are a waste of time, and the translating makes it worse, otherwise Yousef is a very interesting person.

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  8. Well, Jad, with an attitude like yours I'll just have to take it all back and consider it :) You are a cool 'blogger ummah nephew'.

    I miss Wedad too. I'll tell her you said so.

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  9. Nizar
    I agree but wait for the other episodes this is just the first out of nine episodes, the guy is interesting person, coming from interesting family; regardless of his conversion/reverting he have a story that I consider it worth sharing.




    Kinzi
    :-) I'm glad we don't have Madam Understanding here :D
    and again, you should consider it SERIOUSLY :D

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  10. Dear Kinzi

    I couldn't resist but make a blunt comment here, but why the same crowd of "religiously" influenced folks always jump every single post about Islam (or Christianity for that matter) published in the relatively small Jordanian blogsphere, is it that irresistible not to leave any post made without a comment or a trail of breadcrumbs that might possibly slightly wishfully lead to someone to somewhere!

    I honestly can't help but feel some subtle orchestration of efforts... and yes i'm at fault of ill-thinking of others here, but the phenomena is becoming too obvious; that I can safely predict with a narrow percentage of error who will be commenting next on any given post made...

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