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  • Maestro Benir

    Just watched this on Netflix. I'm of Sudanese extraction. I've got other issues with Egypt's Anglo/Egyptian past - well beyond this current, popularised jihad (they) are experiencing. Egypt has has a history of bending to western ways (but not as much as Turkey). Egypt has also been a victim of western romping since the days of the horrible, pillager Alexander. Sudan and the eastern African/Islamic states like to believe they stand firmer on ceremony in resistance to the #funkyfitnah.

    In short, I thing this bit was a bit of #funkyfitnah (my own equivalent idiom to the way Jamaicans toss the term 'Babylon' about). That doesn't mean it's bad in the same sense! But, I know in my heart as a born, young Muslim (or being a 'Submitter'), that I didn't walk away with that 'feel good' feeling nor could I shake the feeling that this piece was somewhat khati’ah - and not in accord to esthetics of Islam (or just being in 'Submission'). Ultimately all of our creative efforts are mere Tawbah before Allah (الله أكبر) ....

  • Erik Tilkemeier

    These six principles are true in any sustainable change initiative. Practice them for greater effectiveness and impact!