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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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Kassandra Aleman Mar 14
Replying to @tha_rami
We have halal tamales on Eid 😎 perks of a multicultural community
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black crow Mar 15
Replying to @kassaleman @tha_rami
Should they not be given the name Halales? It seems like a missed opportunity.
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Kassandra Aleman Mar 15
Replying to @island_crow
This is very lol thanks for the laugh on a gloomy day
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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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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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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 @zeffykins
eid memories
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Lil Cornpop X Mar 15
Replying to @tha_rami @zeffykins
Or the High Holidays. Our differences make us so similar...
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Ginger Edwin Mar 15
Or Christmas and Easter in Christian churches.
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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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Jason Zimmerman Mar 14
Replying to @tha_rami @neomonki
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Haris Khan Mar 15
Replying to @tha_rami
The door to exit the Musallah to the shoe room is really small so people keep trying to enter at the same time and bang into each other. Every time this happens, people laugh and half hug each other, which makes getting out take even longer. Nobody ever complains though.
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Haris Khan Mar 15
Replying to @tha_rami
We hire security guards during Ramadan and have cops here every Friday. Over time, they just became part of our community. When we break fast, folks will take plates of food out to them and sit and eat with them, since they're usually missing dinner with their own families.
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Dan Mar 15
Replying to @hariscodes @tha_rami
He said painfully mundane, not extremely admirable.
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Haris Khan Mar 15
Replying to @callicod @tha_rami
Basic kindness and thoughtful behavior is not extremely admirable in my eyes. It’s the foundation of a functional community. We are blessed to have good neighbors and friends. Just like in personal relationships, love becomes mundane when it’s a reality.
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JJ Gallaher Mar 15
That is a beautiful mindset. Thanks for sharing
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