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Saturday, April 02, 2016

BELGIUM: Muslims sing victory song two days after Brussels terrorist attacks



BareNakedIslam: BELGIUM: Muslims sing victory song two days after Brussels terrorist attacks

A group of Moroccan Muslims were singing an Islamic victory song (Nasheed) in the center of Brussels to celebrate the successful terror attacks of Airport Zaventem and the Metro of Brussels.
If you view the video closely, you see some naïve Belgians bleeding hearts who are clapping with their hands without even knowing what the song is all about. Nasheed is a traditional Islamic song that the Ansar (residents of Madinah) sang to the Islamic prophet Muhammad upon his arrival at Medinah to welcome him after completing the Battle of Tabuk.
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Youtube provides the following additional information about this song: 
Nasheed Amantu Billah – Nasheed video with transliterated lyric first, then at the two minute mark an alleged english translation of the lyrics:

Allah is the creator of heaven of of earth
Nothing may compare with Him,
He is the One alone
The prophets, best of humankind
Sent to all nations and all tribes
Last of all Muhammad mercy to the worlds.
***Chorus [shahada]
la ilaha illa Allah
la ilaha illa
Allah
la ilaha illa Allah
Muhammad Rasulullah
*****
Formed of light and beauty,
the angels of the Lord
To praise Allah, to help mankind,
Jibril brings the word.
The scriptures, all by Allah sent,
Torah, Psalms and Gospel then
The source of perfect guidance,
the Glorious Quran.
***Chorus [shahada]
la ilaha illa Allah
la ilaha illa
Allah
la ilaha illa Allah
Muhammad Rasulullah
*****
The reckoning, the Final Day
when all will see their works
Remade in soul and body to
stand before the Lord
With patience bearing evey grief
With thankfulness for all blessing
We are content with destiny,
the will of Allah

Faith is belief in Allah and the
Messengers The angels and the Final day, and the holy scriptures
To believe in destiny that
good and bad both come from Him
and the Resurrection;
there is no god but Allah.


Read the comments to the video – sad how many truly ignorant people there are in the world – swayed by the drumbeat and soothing melody.

Confirming the nature of this song...Scene from Arab movie where followers greet the messenger of allah in Medina (ff 1:52)
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1 Comments:

Anonymous The Last English Prince said...

Nasheed can be considered a sub-set of Na'at (called Madah al-Nabi in Arabic) which is part of a compendium of eight separate genre of literature which make up the Qur'anic Sciences.

These songs are comprised of poetic verses in praise of Muhammad. During the nascent CE (Common Era) of Islam, political careers were both made and destroyed based on Na'at. The poets were the political commentators of the day and highly respected.

There was a female poet who was put to death for creating Na'at which ridiculed Muhammad.

Freedom of expression in Islam only exists within the constraints of what is allowed by doctrinal tenets. So while Nasheed are allowed, there is no such freedom allowed for Christian church bells to draw the faithful to the congregation.

Main thing to remember? Never a level playing field with Islam. Hence, the tenets are incompatible with democracy.

Saturday, April 02, 2016 2:43:00 pm  

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