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Rami Ismail
Since several news networks emphasize that the mosques at the Christchurch shootings were , as if most aren't: Hey muslims, tell me something painfully mundane and common at your mosque, whether you visit it five times a day or one time a year. Non-muslims, RT.
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Rami Ismail Mar 14
Replying to @tha_rami
At my , we used to have this 5-ish year old kid that would always run in front of everyone during prayer, and when he grew old enough to realize that was improper he stopped doing that and I actually kinda missed him messing up my prayer.
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noreen Mar 14
Replying to @tha_rami
Also, my 2 year old nephew singing "I like big butts" during jummah prayer cause he's obsessed with the movie Sing.
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Rami Ismail Mar 14
Replying to @neomonki
:D
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Ramsey Nasser Mar 14
Replying to @tha_rami
the mosque in my village has no fajr adan because no one can be bothered to wake up and hit "play" on the tape recorder at 4am
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Rami Ismail Mar 14
Replying to @ra
سبحان الله
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Kinza Arshad Mar 14
Replying to @tha_rami
At evening lectures, the kids at my quietly play rock-paper-scissors with each other from across the rows while the Imans and speakers give their lecture
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Rami Ismail Mar 14
Replying to @NerdiHijabi
I did the exact same thing as a kid, in between being used as messaging system between dad and his friends so they could coordinate leaving after prayer without having to use their phone in the mosque
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Shéhérazade Mar 14
Replying to @tha_rami
This is a beautiful thread. But I’m tired of proving my humanity. I’m tired of having to show we’re actual people, and we deserve to live as such.
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zeffykins Mar 14
Replying to @tha_rami
"Brothers, please scoot forward, we have a lot of space here, so please make room for the people standing outside"
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Rami Ismail Mar 14
Replying to @SheherazadeSoul
I am equally tired, and we indeed have nothing to prove. They have something to learn, and they're clearly incapable of doing it themselves. I fully respect & understand your exhaustion here, though.
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Rami Ismail Mar 14
Replying to @zeffykins
eid memories
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Kareem Mar 14
Replying to @tha_rami
I don't visit mosques unless I'm visiting family in the middle east, I'm simply too scared to go for so many reasons.
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Rami Ismail Mar 14
Replying to @Shadetooth
I'm sorry, Kareem.
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Hamdi Rifai Mar 15
Replying to @tha_rami
My father would pass out candy at the end of each Friday prayer up until he passed away a few months ago
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Rami Ismail Mar 15
Replying to @HamdiRifaiJD
إِنَّا اللهِ وَإِنَّا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعُونَ <3
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Rami Ismail Mar 15
Replying to @Justice_forum
It sure isn't, you see, the Western World relentlessly colonized and destabilized the region up until only a century ago - and mind you, it took the Western folks hundreds of years, two World Wars, and no external conflict brought to them, to "become peaceful" amongst themselves.
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ash Mar 15
Replying to @tha_rami
i remember once mid prayer someone’s son ran back and forth in front of the door while holding onto his trousers and was screaming in urdu “i’m gonna pee my pants,” safe to say the next few seconds were spent with everyone stifling their laughs and trying to continue praying
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Rami Ismail Mar 15
Replying to @HYWTDDD
Perfect
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Kate Zarifeh Mar 16
Replying to @tha_rami
What about the women, are they allowed in at prayer time too?
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