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Alireza01

Making fun of "Allahu Akbar"

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Salam

I was wondering about the view upon videos actually making fun of "Allahu Akbar". In the internet we typically see videos that make fun of this islamic term/sentence. So I was wondering what the islamic response to this would be because I feel kind of ridiculed by these videos. Like Allahu Akbar gets turned into a so called "meme" which for me is totally ridicolous because of these isis dogs. I don't know how to respond or react to this and I've met even muslims who don't mind and even they are making fun of it. :confused:

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52 minutes ago, Alireza01 said:

Salam

I was wondering about the view upon videos actually making fun of "Allahu Akbar". In the internet we typically see videos that make fun of this islamic term/sentence. So I was wondering what the islamic response to this would be because I feel kind of ridiculed by these videos. Like Allahu Akbar gets turned into a so called "meme" which for me is totally ridicolous because of these isis dogs. I don't know how to respond or react to this and I've met even muslims who don't mind and even they are making fun of it. :confused:

.... Its the internet. What do you expect? There is no shortage of islamophobia or hate of any form...

....I don't think you should stress too much about it, brother. 

 

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But come on, it is offensive, but what do you expect, if you see video after video of these psychos constantly chanting Allahu Akbar, whilst doing the most vile retard things, of course you will pick up on it.

Just try not to read the opinions of fools, or click on videos that might offend you.

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7 hours ago, Alireza01 said:

Salam

I was wondering about the view upon videos actually making fun of "Allahu Akbar". In the internet we typically see videos that make fun of this islamic term/sentence. So I was wondering what the islamic response to this would be because I feel kind of ridiculed by these videos. Like Allahu Akbar gets turned into a so called "meme" which for me is totally ridicolous because of these isis dogs. I don't know how to respond or react to this and I've met even muslims who don't mind and even they are making fun of it. :confused:

this is actually quiet simple to deal with 

whoever says "Allahu Ekber" whether in joking or even while doing evil actions, does it take away from God's greatness?

furthermore , did they not state the truth? is Allah(SWT) not the greatest? they cant offend Him 

no matter WHAT they say , especially when they say "Allahu Ekber"

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6 hours ago, Alireza01 said:

Salam

I was wondering about the view upon videos actually making fun of "Allahu Akbar". In the internet we typically see videos that make fun of this islamic term/sentence. So I was wondering what the islamic response to this would be because I feel kind of ridiculed by these videos. Like Allahu Akbar gets turned into a so called "meme" which for me is totally ridicolous because of these isis dogs. I don't know how to respond or react to this and I've met even muslims who don't mind and even they are making fun of it. :confused:

ISIS and some woman in Las Vegas,

Now at the same time a bunch of high school kids in the States had a "holiday" concert and sang Christian songs, Jewish songs, and a song of Ramadan containing  the phrase Allahu Akbar. The parents attending the concert were rather upset. To me that means there's more hope with future generations than the present.

Like so many Christian sayings lost over the years, and the mockery Christians see every day, sorry, welcome to the club.

"Allahu Akbar" has lost it's original meaning and is trending all over the the world. What I see most now is "Allah Akbar" which messes up the grammer, and is a meaningless Arabic "sounding" phrase to replace "Geronimo!" also competing with the  'Merican phrase, "Here, hold my beer". 

If you have it in mind to correct the trend you will be struggle your life long. Just let the parade of ignorance pass and be glad you're not part of it. 

 

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