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Muslim Americans Bust Myths About Their Faith | Truth or Myth


– Moslem, Muslim, people love
saying Muslim, it’s Muslim. My name is Khadija. – My name is Soraya. – I’m Tasneem. – My name is Tom. – My name is Umar Hakim. – And I’m a Muslim. – And I’m a Muslim. – And I’m a Muslim. – That one’s a myth.
– That’s a myth. – That’s false. – For example, I’m a
white guy from Wisconsin. – I come from Southeast Asia, which has the largest Muslim
population in the world. – I’m black and I’m from America. – When they chose to enslave Africans, over 40% were Muslim brought
here to the shores of America. – Also, not all Arabs are Muslim. – Myth.
– False. – That is false. When I was young my mom gave me a choice. I cover my hair when I pray. I cover my hair when it’s
time to do specific things, but other than that I’m
out here, my hair’s out. – I have an older sister. She chose to wear the
headscarf, I chose not to. – I interpret how I wear my hijab by wearing a turban instead
of a traditional way of wearing a hijab based on how other Malaysian
Muslims would wear them. As a Muslim woman, for
me wearing the hijab gives me a sense of comfort. – The main intention is
not to be objectified. To say hey, look at me
for who I am as a person and not because of my
hair or this and that. – I’m sorry. – Myth.
– Myth. – That is a myth. – If you look at the statistics, more crimes and more
incidences being perpetrated by white men here in the United States. – The white guy aspect of my identity is the part that you should
be generalizing about me as committing domestic acts of terrorism because that’s the demographic that’s most likely to
commit mass shootings or an everyday basis to terrorize people. – I’m a descendant of
somebody who was brought here. I cannot trace my roots back. All I know is that my family line stops and begins in the South. So if you want to talk about
the only acts of terror in America started with 9/11, you’re about 400 years too late. – That’s a myth.
– That is a myth. – That’s a myth. – For you to be a Muslim
you have to believe in the Prophet Jesus. Like, you have more mention
of the Prophet Jesus than you would find the name of
Prophet Muhammad in the Quran. – I believe in Jesus
and I believe in Jesus because of what I have read in the Quran. – Jesus was an integral part
of receiving Allah’s word. We do not hold Jesus in the same regard as a lot of people as the Son of God, but he is considered a prophet. – I don’t even know where
to start with that one. – Oh, that’s a myth. – That’s a myth. – I’m in a interfaith marriage. My wife’s Christian, my
parents are Christian and we get along great. For example, at our wedding
we had a Christian priest and a Muslim imam marry us. And when we tell people
that they ask her like, oh, you’re Muslim then. She’s like, no, this guy is Muslim. – Allah knows that there’s
going to be different people from different backgrounds,
and so it is our job to have respect and love for one another regardless of what our backgrounds are. That’s straight from the book. – When he created you
from a male and female into different nations and tribes so that you may get to know one another. And I think that’s what we’re all about. – You can’t just walk up to a Muslim girl and like start spitting game or something. What am I supposed to say? Like, hey can I get your father’s number? – That can be true or
false, it really depends on what your traditions
or your background is. – You are allowed to socialize
with your counterpart but with an escort or what
you call a Wali or protector. My wife is Muslim, she’s
gonna see this so, oh man. No, that’s not how we met. Oh my, she gonna kill me. – Myth to my understanding. – That’s a myth. – I’m gonna say that’s a myth, at least in the African American
community that’s a myth. – I did not get arranged
when I met my husband. I feel like that’s also a cultural thing that depends on where you come from. – My wife was not arranged
to be married to me. In fact, we met on OkCupid
and I have the best wife ever. I just want to put that
on record, she’s amazing, but it’s not an arranged marriage. – False.
– Total myth. – That is a myth. – From an American standpoint the whole situation is misunderstood. Sharia law is not radical. – I feel that the fact that
the way sharia is Arabic causes a lot of misconception already. Sharia just refers to
how you practice Islam in a certain way like whether
you can eat pork or not pork, whether you can drink
alcohol or not alcohol. Those are things that you have in Islam that provides the framework
of how you practice Islam. – And I don’t see any
reason why it is un-American or needs to be adopted by
the American Constitution or anything like that. – I just hope people take the
time to really investigate the untruths that surround
’em instead of going by what’s on Twitter or going by some of this fake news
that’s going around. – That is a myth. – Myth. – And that one hurts, that one hurts. – Islam is a religion that means peace. If you look in the Quran itself, you won’t find violence in the sense of how it’s been twisted right now. – Violence being done in
the name of Islam is real and that hurts me more as a Muslim than I would imagine it hurts
people who are not Muslim. I remember when 9/11
happened I was in high school and in my head for days and days I had this broken record of all the things I knew about Islam that talk about peace. – It’s very funny to me that
people tend to put violence on Islam based on what they see, but they don’t talk about
Christianity and the Crusade or even what was done to slaves in South. If we’re gonna talk about
religions being violent we need to talk about it across the board and what people did quote
unquote in the name of God. – Myth.
– Well, that is true. – For me it’s false. For them it is true. – If ISIS members was Muslim, by the sharia law they wouldn’t go through the protocols of
war the way that they do. Because in the protocols of war the Muslim is not to harm the woman or the man. If you capture someone you’re
not supposed to mistreat ’em. You’re supposed to give them
the best treatment possible so that’s a major myth. – So they claim that they are Muslim, but in terms of how I practice Islam or 99.9% of Muslims practice Islam, to us that is not what Islam looks like. – ISIS people call themselves Muslim. That’s between them and God, but I will also not let that
taint my identity as a Muslim or take anything away from what it means to me to be a Muslim. – I’m trying not to get emotional. I love what it does for me as a person. I love that it speaks to the
most innate part of my being, being a kind individual. There’s a hadith in the Quran and it says when you go places you meet
people and you find things. You leave them better than you found them, and I feel that my faith allows me to fulfill that purpose in its entirety. – Everywhere in our religion
there’s this gentleness. Even the way we pray, people
sometimes mistake it for yoga ’cause it’s just such
a flowing, gentle way of submitting to God and
connecting to the Earth. – Hashtag so cool to be Muslim for one. I love about my faith the way it transform a person stuck in the dark
and bring ’em into the light. – I love the fact that women have an elevated status in Islam. Prophet Muhammad said you
should love your mother and then your mother and then your mother and after that your father. As a mother, I can’t tell
you enough how I love that because I have four boys. Just gives me sort of like, you know, you should love your mother. That’s the path for you to go paradise. – My favorite, favorite
part of being Muslim is my relationship with God. When I was young my mom told me, “Make God your best friends.” That has really stayed with me and has been the cornerstone of my faith. – When people make comments
about my faith without realizing that that’s something I’m
a part of I’m just like, oh really, tell me more, tell me more. – Well you know, the Muslims,
they be out here doing. And I was like, did you know I’m Muslim? And then the look on their face of, well, I would have never guessed that. You just, you don’t look like it. And what is a Muslim
supposed to look like? – When people realize that I am Muslim they do express surprise. Oh, you’re a Muslim? And you’re like this? Like as if, you know, and then I somehow become the exception to
what they think Muslims are. So even though they meet me and it breaks whatever stereotype it doesn’t go deep enough to say, okay, maybe all Muslims are different. You know what, you shouldn’t
be talking about all Muslims, all people, all men or women anyways. – When videos where Muslims
try to come on camera to humanize ourselves where we then erase all of the rough edges
and make it sound like, oh, I’m not mad, I’m just
your friendly neighbor. Like no, we are mad and we are upset. It’s tiring and it’s taxing to try to just get us to that
minimum level of respect to have to one relationship at a time humanize this thing that people see as the root cause of the
problems in our country. At the same time, I’ve seen how people who thought Muslims were the
devil or were terrible people, how one conversation changed
their whole perspective and from that they became allies. I hold those dichotomies in
place at the same time that yes, we as Muslims shouldn’t
have to come on here and try to humanize ourselves to people and at the same time I feel
it’s my responsibility, and so here we are. – My religion is not to prove
or perform for you at all. My religion is my moral compass and it is how I navigate the world. I get up every day doing the best I can giving complete gratitude
and doing what I can to leave people better than I found them. That should say more than
enough about the faith itself and what it does for me. – Thank you so much for watching this episode of Truth or Myth. To see another you can click below or subscribe to SoulPancake. ♪ SoulPancake, subscribe ♪

Otis Rodgers

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81 COMMENTS

  1. Yewande Adesina Posted on August 9, 2019 at 10:39 pm

    First like!!!!

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  2. princesa daboss Posted on August 10, 2019 at 4:48 pm

    👍🏽

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  3. 5ive8ight Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:02 pm

    If this is blue you love Soul Pancake❤️
    👇( I'm gifting my next 10 loyal subscribers🤩)

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  4. M Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:05 pm

    Not a single hijabi ? Lmao y'all are wylin but I love the fact that no one here is Arab they have been our only representation for so long.

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  5. Tim C. Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:09 pm

    What about the biggest myth of all? The myth of a God existing

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  6. Cassandra McDonell Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:12 pm

    There are no hadith in the Quran. There are surah.
    Also, Jesus’s name is Isa in the Quran but I thought this video was so important.

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  7. Jonas Helling Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:13 pm

    Tom and his wife are such a beautiful couple!

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  8. Brigitte Olligschlager Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:18 pm

    I love this!! Please do more faiths!!!

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  9. euphoryuh Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:21 pm

    Fun fact, the majority of Muslims in America are black
    And whoops I didn’t mean to make that rhyme
    It’s fine, I’ll try not to do it next time

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  10. Zeeshan Khaan Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:22 pm

    Very nice video 👏👏👍👍

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  11. noOoo Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:28 pm

    I'm middle eastern and all this is fake, muslim Americans are spoiled and romantic describing Islam. bruh it's a man's "right" to beat his women up if didn't listen.. shut the bullshit,

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  12. Sandra Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:30 pm

    These people are delusional. May God help them. Islam is not a religion it’s a cult

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  13. Chat Blog Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:30 pm

    go back to where you come from : wtf😂😂 you should first cuz only 15% of Americans are native Americans, the original Americans😂😂 wth. I feel like most of these are 9-13 year olds on twitter😓🤣

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  14. Abdoulaye DIALLO Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:30 pm

    Give me the number of this black girl, I'm in love with her

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  15. Radhiyyah a Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:38 pm

    EID MUBARAK TO ALL MY SISTERS AND BROTHERS AROUND THE WORLD,SALAM FROM MAURITIUS ❤✨

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  16. S Ali Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:41 pm

    Man the black girl is hurt hurt 🙁

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  17. rebecca ns Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:43 pm

    i hate that Muslims even have to “get rid of myths” for WHY? No one asks Christians to do so. I don’t have to do so. People are just so entitled, just mind your business. Let people be.

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  18. Ben Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:46 pm

    Am I the only person here that thinks all humans should move past faith? Maybe believing in any faith, without evidence, is a crutch that we need to overcome? There is no evidence of faith. All faith requires you believe without evidence. This simple fact allows shelter for bad ideas.

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  19. Georgina Marie Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:53 pm

    They are all very good person😇, but I wish people in my country have a heart just like them, to respect the diversity of religion, cause we have a lot of discrimination, destruction of churches, disperse people who are in the midst of mass, burning grave wooden crosses, bombing churches. We need your prayers🧡

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  20. Sarah Mulholland Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:55 pm

    Great video!

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  21. Daniel Gonzalez Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:57 pm

    Although I very much enjoyed the video, I was looking forward to having a question about homosexuality asked. As that is one major issue many people have with Islam and would've loved to see the wonderful people's perspective on it.

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  22. Aimed2Kill Posted on August 12, 2019 at 5:06 pm

    I dont know if the US Governments Crime Stats agree with his "More instances of crime have been instigated by white men" But they should be given our nations primarily whitepopulation. Thats just not how it always plays out. I also dont think your chart for Mass Shooters is correct. 56% is white. Yet our country is 76% white. White men are actually UNDER represented in mass shootings.

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  23. Bigs Posted on August 12, 2019 at 5:06 pm

    Fake. Sharia law isnt what they described. Talking to unmarried women, wearing western clothing, and homosexuality are some of the things that is considered illegal under sharia law. It takes away the rights of women and homosexuals.

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  24. Med Aymen Posted on August 12, 2019 at 5:15 pm

    "US AN EX-MUSLIM" who lives in a Muslim country, i find the "western" Muslims very different than Muslims that I live with, believe me when Muslims have the power to apply their rules, and the freedom to do what the religious scriptures are telling them to do, that's when you see the reality of islam and muslims.
    Now not all Muslims are blood thirsty terrorists, but a moderate Muslim in Egypt is not the same as a moderate Muslim in the US. The first one has the freedom to be us homophobic, sexist, discriminatory towards atheists us he wants (because that's what's written in the qoran and hadith) , but the American (western) muslim can't be all of that, because it's usually liberals who are fighting against discrimination against muslims, so muslims kind of have to be liberals.
    What I'm trying to say is just like terrorists don't represent muslims , western moderate muslims also don't represent muslims.

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  25. ilovesparky13 Posted on August 12, 2019 at 5:26 pm

    It’s not that Muslims are the problem. It’s that Middle Eastern Muslims are the problem. My family has lived in Iran for many generations, and we can tell you firsthand that the Muslims in this region are a bunch of dirty, sexist perverts with zero tolerance.

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  26. larry_the_villan Posted on August 12, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    Arabs enslaved Africans as well, that's why so many were Muslim. Smh. 0:52

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  27. DragonFly Posted on August 12, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    This is refreshing to watch. With all the false information going around. And I'm non-muslim

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  28. Alishba Javaid Posted on August 12, 2019 at 5:46 pm

    Educating and breaking stereotypes about Islam from different backgrounds and perspectives. Loved this.

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  29. Max Branson Posted on August 12, 2019 at 6:03 pm

    Insightful video! But what about their views on homosexuality?

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  30. Sara Tay Posted on August 12, 2019 at 6:18 pm

    I love this video so much. Nowadays there is a lot of false information going around. I've noticed that as a society we are always stereotyping groups of people, and confusing RELIGION and CULTURE. Muslims are often thought of negatively due to cultural practices that are confused to be part of Islam. Muslims even greet each other by saying "peace be upon you" in Arabic, does that not show the peace behind the religion? Thank you SoulPancake for this video!

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  31. Lunzie Posted on August 12, 2019 at 6:36 pm

    Thank you soulpancake ♥️

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  32. OneSarcasticBoi Posted on August 12, 2019 at 6:48 pm

    Wow some of those question where obvious myths and some where answered by non Middle Eastern who lived under shariah not to forget ISLAM is very strictly against other belives and sexuallity kill or convert or HEAVY AF TAX

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  33. OneSarcasticBoi Posted on August 12, 2019 at 6:53 pm

    But Christianity is still better then islam

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  34. Sea Kelp Posted on August 12, 2019 at 6:57 pm

    Beautifully done! I believe I have truly learned something.

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  35. finest creations Posted on August 12, 2019 at 7:08 pm

    "You dont need religion to be kind " And if they need it ………i pity them !

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  36. finest creations Posted on August 12, 2019 at 7:20 pm

    i asked myself why is ISLAM so badly looked at…..and the ANSWER is:
    Any religion is like a house with many rooms. When people living in the house fail to keep some or most of the rooms clean, then one room (american muslims) cannot justify the cleanliness of the entire house (ISLAM). neither can these people in this video

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  37. Fxxz Posted on August 12, 2019 at 7:28 pm

    This video was filled with emotion❤️❤️

    eid Mubarak everyone

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  38. Ch Jawad Posted on August 12, 2019 at 7:36 pm

    First of all Eid Mubarak to everyone ❤️
    I would just say please please don't judge the 99.9 percent of muslims on the basis of what so called 0.1 percent of Muslims are doing. Islam is the religion of peace not hatred. We condemn violence and the blood shed. We are normal human beings just like you. We hate terrorism. And terrorism has no religion. And please stop blaming Muslims of whatever is going on. Islam is not in favour of violence. I can say just a group of so called believers are to be blamed and to be hanged.
    And our media is playing the best role for all this misunderstandings. They are telling you what you want to hear. Not what is true.
    And the truth is we are not terrorists. 😢

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  39. Bruce Moulton Posted on August 12, 2019 at 7:40 pm

    REALLY GREAT! Most faith based cultures seem to have radical groups within that turn to violence when it suits their needs. That seems far more true of Christians than Muslims, just read the Bible (esp. the old testament.) Now SoulPancake needs to take this idea to foreign countries with majority Muslim citizens and let us see their answers. I'm willing to bet, unless a radical is interviewed, the main answers will be the same.

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  40. Edda Porzio Posted on August 12, 2019 at 7:48 pm

    I used to be very pro-Islam, and I still have no problem with the people of this faith, but as I've looked into the Quran I've become quite horrified by what I've read. I am very mixed on what I think now about this faith, but I still really enjoyed this video. (I'm so sorry if I offended anyone with this comment!)

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  41. geminilicious Posted on August 12, 2019 at 7:52 pm

    Hijab is not a piece of cloth, fashion trend or cultural statement.

    Hijab is a not only a commitment or a way of worshipping Allah but it is a belief & moral code that reflects how you hold yourself as a Muslimah..

    It reflects on the way you look, the way you walk, talk, behave …

    It becomes a part of you & your identity..

    It's a statement about identity rather than cultural one.

    "YOU ACT WHAT YOU WEAR"

    Hijab is not only to protect women, but to humble women …

    HUMBLE them from vanity, superficiality, envy, lust & arrogance…

    Hijab is not a protection for or from men as many might think!

    It's a protection for women, from themselves, from getting attached to vanity, superficiality, materialism, consumerism & competition as most women tend to lose themselves in those things.

    I heard one feminist says "we are socialized to complete with eachothers for men's attention, find our value as women by how men respond to us, we feel good, sexy, desirable & valuabl through men's attention"

    ISLAM doesn't want that.

    Islam doesn't want women to find their worth in how good they look, how rich they dress, how much lusting eyes they catch…

    It's a statement that says women's worth is in their minds.

    ___

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  42. Zoe Wright Posted on August 12, 2019 at 8:04 pm

    The highest amount of the American Muslim population is black

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  43. geminilicious Posted on August 12, 2019 at 8:05 pm

    Islam isn't violent.

    But it isn't passive either.

    If you put things into their right context.

    Violence is something humans have to deal with as long as we are on earth.

    It's inevitably that humans will have to resort to violence for a greater good..

    To defend themselves..

    You can't always fight for justice with flowers & roses!!

    So guiding that through having a base of ethics & morals isn't a bad thing & that's why ayat about war exist in Quran.

    But also peace & avoiding violence altogether is emphasized in Quran.

    The funny thing is, white Christians have caused more wars in the past 70 years more than Muslims in the past 1400 years!

    Muslims are the ones getting robbed from their lands & resources by white countries but when they defend themselves they are the terrorists!!

    What about all terrorism that white countries inducing in Muslim countries?!!!

    "And fight in Allah's cause against those who only wage war against you, but do not begin nor commit aggression for surely, Allah does not like aggressors"
    Al-Baqarah 190

    "Perhaps Allah will plant affection between you and those of them you consider enemies. God is Capable. God is Forgiving and Merciful"

    "As for those who have not fought against you for your religion, nor expelled you from your homes, Allah does not prohibit you from dealing with them kindly and equitably. Allah loves the equitable"

    "But Allah prohibits you from befriending those who fought against you over your religion, and expelled you from your homes, and aided in your expulsion. Whoever takes them for friends-these are the wrongdoers"

    Al-mumtahina 7,8,9

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  44. geminilicious Posted on August 12, 2019 at 8:10 pm

    Hijab is an obligation by faith, & it's not up to interpretation because it is written clearly in the Quran..

    It's a choice yes, like all other religious obligations.

    But it's the choice that reflects how willing you are to be faithful to your faith.

    It's a choice that gonna have a consequence.

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  45. geminilicious Posted on August 12, 2019 at 8:14 pm

    Islam is strict when it comes to men & women interactions outside marriage context to prevent the objectification & sexualizion that happens in the dating game nowadays.

    There has to be a degree of commitment to protect mostly women from being played like it always happens.

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  46. shaista malik Posted on August 12, 2019 at 9:02 pm

    Islam is an easy uncomplicated religion. You have a God Allah and then you have prophets who came in different times to spread the knowledge about it.

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  47. Quinn Warwick Landon Posted on August 12, 2019 at 9:02 pm

    as a satanist i would be interested in seeing a video of satanists talking about myths and ideas people believe about satanism

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  48. Solowing 777 Posted on August 12, 2019 at 9:26 pm

    Well Muslim AMERICANS are very progressive and liberal therefore their answers were mostly "myth" to the questions asked. However ask Muslims from the Middle East these question and I doubt you'd get mostly "myth," in fact I bet you'd get the exact opposite and get "true" answers. Also, I ain't hating on Muslims, I'm hating the religion. Proud atheist here.

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  49. serra ranita Posted on August 12, 2019 at 9:42 pm

    I see some provocator on the comment secton (◐∇◐*) its funny when they (who cannot tolerate Islam) seek for human rights, gender equality, etc, yet, they them selfs fail to tolerate Islam. And for everyone who said they are an ex moeslim, and they bad mouthing their ex religion, it's not the fault of religion it self, but it's their fault, their fault to learn and to understand their ex and new religion, why? Because no matter what religion you are, I believe they teach u manners, they teach you kindness. Lastly, there is a lot religion based on birth, not based on heart, which I mean, not everyone is a practical religion. So, if you want to learn, to know, to judge religion, please read their religion's book. Hope u guys gettin wiser.

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  50. Fjäll Posted on August 12, 2019 at 10:39 pm

    Im gay so im fucked

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  51. don't be a smart-ass Posted on August 13, 2019 at 12:22 am

    Listen and learn

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  52. LinkWave Posted on August 13, 2019 at 2:06 am

    https://www.youtube.com/user/Acts17Apologetics

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  53. Authentic Gay Blog Posted on August 13, 2019 at 4:30 am

    Thank you for sharing your stories and experiences.

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  54. jack doolittle Posted on August 13, 2019 at 7:33 am

    bullshit heathens

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  55. Mikhail Angel Posted on August 13, 2019 at 9:23 am

    JESUS is the SON of GOD not a prophet, MOSES ABRAHAM MOHHAMED are the prophet

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  56. MacFhlannacuidh Posted on August 13, 2019 at 10:13 am

    Now go to Iraq and Saudi Arabia and ask these questions and see if you get the same answers. SMH 🙄

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  57. doc Deutschmann Posted on August 13, 2019 at 2:22 pm

    Unfortunately the people who should watch this are the least likely to do so.

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  58. Brooklyn T Posted on August 13, 2019 at 3:06 pm

    Wonderful video!! Would love to see for many more faiths

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  59. Destiny Heath Posted on August 13, 2019 at 3:32 pm

    Yes! 👏🏻👏🏻 end the stigma around different groups of people.

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  60. Haseey the Proficient Techie Posted on August 13, 2019 at 5:19 pm

    Love your efforts for fiercely open out the words of truth about Islam. And help people to have a clear image of it. Thank you. x

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  61. No Account Posted on August 13, 2019 at 9:14 pm

    1:56 wait…. he said that white men commit more crimes than Muslim people, but Muslim is not a race

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  62. Faraz Ahmed Posted on August 14, 2019 at 3:01 am

    This is bullshit , Hijab isn't a choice ,it's like saying alcohol is a choice no lady, quran doesn't allow you to uncover yourself , and Muslim hold grudges against jews and others muslim sects (sunni ,shia, ahmediya etc.)

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  63. maham nadeem Posted on August 14, 2019 at 1:23 pm

    So many false misconceptions.!! Terrorism has no religion. How can any religion, made to make us humans..teach terrorism
    Psh. Fools are they, who think islam can even teach anything more then to LOVE.

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  64. Sage Posted on August 14, 2019 at 4:29 pm

    I'm an atheist. Can we be friends? I would like to think so. <3

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  65. Van Clair Posted on August 15, 2019 at 3:45 am

    I’m Christian but I respect and love the faith of Muslims too. It’s not about religion it’s always about our personal faith and relationship with God.

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  66. A 99 Posted on August 15, 2019 at 8:15 am

    الله يثبتهم

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  67. huriya Posted on August 15, 2019 at 1:24 pm

    KHADIJA A QUEEEEEENNN YESSSS

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  68. kyliejo3 Posted on August 15, 2019 at 9:30 pm

    This is beautiful! Thank you for sharing truth.

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  69. Aditya Singh Posted on August 16, 2019 at 4:24 pm

    More Respect and Grace

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  70. John Md Posted on August 17, 2019 at 3:27 am

    there is no hadith in the quran tho

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  71. Social Souls Posted on August 17, 2019 at 9:49 am

    I indeed had many misconceptions about the muslim faith

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  72. Brenda Winner Posted on August 17, 2019 at 8:27 pm

    Muslim is a cult, plain and simple. Jesus was not a prophet, he IS the son of God, my Savior. Not the Quran, the Holy Bible!!

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  73. Brenda Winner Posted on August 17, 2019 at 8:30 pm

    Islam is a cult. They do not recognize Jesus Christ as God’s holy son.

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  74. Deneisha Bainjamin Posted on August 19, 2019 at 7:44 pm

    U should do video with jehovah witness

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  75. r2dcore Posted on August 20, 2019 at 4:47 pm

    That black girl looks so stunning!

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  76. Reem Ockeh Posted on August 22, 2019 at 2:59 am

    The girl with braids is so beautiful and well spoken

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  77. Banjar Pagutan Posted on August 22, 2019 at 5:32 pm

    You can keep telling how good your religion ans i can keep hate the way your religion treat other. You will never see what happend becouse your religion teach you to ignore what kafir tell you. I minority in majority moslem country. Not allow for christian to celebrate christmas in public place. So many bad thing happend to other religion in my country. But moslem will say that i am lier, becouse you close your hearth, eye, ear, and your brain.

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  78. 1stNightingale Posted on August 23, 2019 at 4:28 am

    Well on the point of the Hijab, this is really dependent on the country and culture. Here in Australia with very recent refugees there are definitely communities and people who force their women to wear Hijabs, Niqabs and burkas. In England it seems to be a lot more extreme. The question of choice comes down to whether you were told or believe in the punishment for apostates. if death is your punishment and you will offend your god, you'll believe it's really bad which is the use of force under duress, especially from a made-up entity. So it's a bit conditional.

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  79. 1stNightingale Posted on August 23, 2019 at 4:39 am

    These are great people, but they are still all delusional or trying to turn to fantasy to find meaning and philosophy, just like Christians and Hindus.

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  80. General Harambe Posted on August 25, 2019 at 12:28 pm

    It's ironic how a video about explaining Islam is causing even more misinterpretation in the comments. Islamophobia is too real sadly.

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