John Fontain’s confrotation with The Game and Entourage

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We all have been witness to how much of an effect we can have collectively, how much we can change when we work together. Katy Perry, Amir Khan, Russell Brand, Eminem, Veena Malik and now the rapper The Game have come in touch with Islam. “Dawah Mania” seems to continue. Allah swt facilitated John Fontain to meet  the US rapper in a restaurant in North England. john says ” the incident is a reminder and Hadeeth moment”. What that really means will become clear in the video.

John Fontain met The Game and his entourage in a restaurant in Manchester initially, to have an interview with him. And faced an unhappy security guard who almost prevented Brother john to pass on the message.Despite of that the decree of Allah swt and the persistence John Fontain  assured the message to be conveyed. John told us ” I said to the security guy hey, I want to speak to the Game, Hey the Game !” “He then looked at me”, ” Do you know Napoleon?” he answered ” yes I do “,  ” I am his friend and  I have a message for you”. At this point The Game looked terrified as if he heard the message before. He answered and said “I am not a Muslim, I’m not interested in Islam”.

Kid red( Kid red was not exempt from it may Allah guide him)

The moral of the story became clear to  John after the rapper left. It was not The Game’s response but the behavior of certain Muslim at the restaurant. The so-called ” Hadeeth reminder moments” were life lesson and a mirror to the state of mind of the weakest among us.  They say to know the problem of society look at the weakest among them. We acknowledge that anything that happens, occurs for a reason. John Fontain tells us that he is concerned with what he saw, the pain he felt.

The imbalance is reality. On the other side of the world children are dying by eating bullets instead love and justice. Politician and Kings are dying by eating notes and Gold instead of love and justice. Brothers like Moazzem Begg imprisoned out of love to justice. Muslim teenager spiritually dying out of  love to ignorance. In the middle of the turmoil believing people striving for Allah’s pleasures alone. “Believers we live trivial times, where profoundness is privilege to one part  of society and offense to the other part”. Reward is secured for the one who acts accordingly. To fully understand what John saw with his eyes that upset so much, you will have to stick around and wait until the release of the video in an hour Insha Allah, in the meantime ponder upon all the things that have happened recently.

 

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Iluminating the Darkness: Interview with Habeeb Akande: Internchange

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Dawah Man take on The Black History Month The Real Story just before he left fo Pakistan

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” Central Africa, We are with you” Muslim Thoughts on Central African Republic

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Are you Ready to Re-Connect ?

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Ayesha a 18 year old Activist from Middlesbrough is the brain child behind the project “Disconnected” and  LiL Ayesh Production. She studies Childhood at University and is in the process of becoming a fitness instructor. She currently works NUR Fitness where she caters for women and children. The Middlesbrough activist  has clearly a busy lifestyle and is far away from slowing down the pace.

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The best example for that is the “Disconnected”  project. It reflects the problems many teenagers experience. The Project targets at teenagers, from the  age of 13-16 and specified for Sisters.  Ayesha says that brothers also could benefit from the project regardless of the fact her main target are women.  The Project Itself has a more spiritual approach and focuses on filling the holes in the engine that pumps just more than gallons of blood.

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The Heart or the soul in today’s society is vulnerable to many things. Well people may debate whether the soul exist, but knowing  that Britain is one of the leading countries in Europe where people commit suicide, another question arises what the factors is for this self-destructive trend among the public.  Ayesha realises a lot that can be  done in the age we live. There is a lot more possible due to the technology. She says ” The whole project is based on the heart,  its condition and it’s connection with Allah especially through salah. It’s going to tackle the struggles teenagers go through like zina, free mixing and music. The 18-year-old understands that Youngsters will not understand it if you simply tell them that it is forbidden, rather she wants to show how these things do affect them and the consequences of it .The  first year student  started wearing the Niqab and praises Allah (  سبحانه و تعالى   )  for it .

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She says she got involved with the Dawah while being at College  She says ”  I would say I started getting involved in the da’wah whilst in my first year at college. I went to an art college, majority of the students were non-Muslims, I was studying graphic design among 40 to 50 other people and I was the only Muslim student. I found it difficult at first as I really stood out among the non-Muslims as I wore the hijab and abaya and I would say it was in college when I found my real identity and became who I am

After her second year of College she underwent An IERA dawah course and ever started from there to build up her experience in the Dawah scene. She joined IDC North East (Islamic Diversity Centre) they do lectures for non-Muslims, social initiatives, school workshops. She says what really helped was the good company around her and inspirational figures like Imran Ibn Mansur or also known as The Dawah Man.

Its admiring knowing that there so many young souls out there striving the better the society. In Ayesha instance where does she get her energy from she says beautifully “What drives me is doing anything which means I’m struggling for the sake of Allah, it’s just that feeling of struggling for the sake of Allah that’s what drives me, there’s nothing like it. From my experience when I was in college there’s no struggle like giving da’wah. I want to be able to die upon tawheed being able to say the shahadah, and I know it’s not going to come easy, so just doing anything I possibly can until then”

“Disconnected”  will be launched soon.  And there is certainly  more in store from LiL Ayesh Productions.

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Internchange: ” Change has come” Ep 1

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“Change has come is a new  online show where we  Freestyle interview Daees across to the UK. The aim of the show is to share ideas and tips from one of the best Daee’s in the scene. On this episode we interviewed brother Ali, from The Dawow project.

 

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Amina from “Femen Tunisia” quits the movement, too Islamophobic

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“I do not want my name to be associated with an Islamophobic organisation,” These are the words of a highly controversial personality. Amina Sboui ( may Allah  سبحانه و تعالى have mercy on her)  a Tunisian activist quits Femen after realising the real agenda behind the movement. Amina Sboui ignited an online splash earlier this year by posting naked pictures of herself with a painted slogan on her body saying ” My body belongs to me, and not a source of anyone’s honour”. She told the Maghreb edition of the Huffington Post that she won’t  be part of the organisation any longer. She also adds “I did not appreciate the action taken by the girls shouting ‘Amina Akbar, Femen Akbar’ in front of the Tunisian embassy in Paris.

She disapproves the blasphemous chants of Allahu akbar ( God is Greater) and the burning of the black Tawheed Flag and ,says that she has friends and family that were deeply affected by it.  “We must respect everyone’s religion,” she added.

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It is pure financial greed and ignorance that drives these young females into self-destruction. It is like a ship on the pacific ocean with only the captain knowing what direction they heading to. This became clear when Amina asked Femen leader Inna Shevchenko where and how the organisation is financed. She says ““I don’t know how the movement is financed. I asked (Femen leader Inna Shevchenko) several times, but I didn’t get a clear answer. I don’t want to be in a movement supported by suspect money. What if it is financed by Israel? I want to know.”

Femen  founded in Ukraine in 2008 and shifted  later to Paris  and received more exposure in central Europe. The movement has been fallen  under suspicion  for a while due to  the mysterious figures behind the movement. Victor Svyatski is considered as the mastermind behind the group. Mr Syvatski is known as a “consultant” to the movement yet there are reports of abuse within the organisation that from him. According  to Ms Green’s documentary she says “He can be really horrible but he is fiercely intelligent,”  she adds he sought to justify his role within the organisation and  acknowledged the paradox of being a “patriarch” running a feminist protest group. “These girls are weak,” he says in the film.

The question arises is all what these women believe may just be another version of how to control a group of individuals. Is Femen just another cult that disregards the well-being of women ? Is Nudity really Freedom ?

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Outrage pays well, whether its Islam ignorant bigoted Pamela Geller, or Brigitte Gabriel, the dollars dictate. Femen is not exempt from this humanistic voracity. Radiosvoboda.org reports citing the Italian edition Il Foglio.

“Each protester in Kiev gets a thousand euros a month, and its activists here are paid 2,500 euros (with the average salary in Kiev of 500 euros),” Il Foglio writes.

According to a Kiev source with the Italian edition, in Paris, the girls from Femen earn much more – they can get about 1000 euros a day.

Il Foglio says the female movement is sponsored by an American entrepreneur and German businessmen.

“Femen activists are allegedly paid by American Jed Sanden, a business person who runs a business in Kiev, as well as two rich men from Germany,” the article reads.

Thus, the publication concludes that Femen is a well-funded structure.

Well no wonder why, The organization plans to become the biggest and the most influential movement in Europe. Why is Femen not tackling the real issues. They merely jumping on  the badawagon and think it is justified to react ignorantly. Condemnation without investigation is the height of ignorance.

 

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