@LeftOfTheLeft: I don’t have a normal breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I have snack time, snack time, snack time, snack time, snack time, snack time.
Patriotic American, British, and French Muslims make me sick. How dare you love a country that bombs your brothers and sisters overseas. How dare you play Uncle Tom to your national flag and national holidays while the Ummah is further factionalized. How dare you brothers and sisters vote for non-Muslims who enact secular laws which oppose the laws of Allah. Don’t EVER put your nationality before ISLAM.
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If school, mall, theater, and workplace shootings are unique to American society, it is because the rampage shootings are a product of American society.
I hate the United States and all of its political and corporate scum, from the founding fathers to Obama, I detest them all.
Nationalism/Patriotism and Islam are incompatible. There is dar-al-Islam and there is dar-al-harb. For a Muslim, there is nothing else, no grey area between the two. Muslims can be proud to be American, but it is forbidden. As a Muslim, one’s religious identity comes before all else. Nationalism creates boundaries both physical and psychological. Such boundaries divide the Ummah, and anything that divides the Ummah is certainly not compatible with Islam. For instance, for a Muslim to unite (via patriotism or simply voting for nonMuslims) with a nonMuslim to support a cause, such as war or sanctions, whereby Muslims are harmed, is HARAM and wholly un-Islamic. The Prophet (pbuh) warned of tribalism, which today resembles nationalism. This is one reason that hajj is prescribed; so that the Ummah can see each other as brother and sister, and not as citizens of nation-states, united in a struggle for dar-al-Islam. Simply put, nationalism is un-Islamic; whether or not a nationalist movement, such as the current Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, emphasizes Islam.