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10 Terms Not to Use with Muslims
By Chris Seiple, Christian Science Monitor. Posted April 3, 2009.
Here is advice given to me from Muslim friends worldwide regarding words and concepts that are not useful in building relationships with them.
Arlington, Va. - In the course of my travels — from the Middle East to Central Asia to Southeast Asia — it has been my great privilege to meet and become friends with many devout Muslims. These friendships are defined by frank respect as we listen to each other; understand and agree on the what, why, and how of our disagreements, political and theological; and, most of all, deepen our points of commonality as a result.
A nice Xtian wanting to get on with Muslims, all of them I’m sure, so therefore he paints Muslims, all of them it seems, as having a distaste for words/concepts like:
- religious freedom
PS Found the 10 Terms on the blog of National-Anarchist weirdo Eduardo Rozsa Flores
The guy downstairs complained about them playing music too loud. It was one party & they had put up notices 2 weeks beforehand.
He complained about them turning up the radio when they were vacuuming.
He complained about them walking around in the apartment with high-heeled shoes—-when they were leaving the place. It’s not like they were running around for hours in high heels.
He complained about the cigarette smoke from their apartment. A smokes 4 fags a day.
He complained about them flushing the toilet too much. Then A told him “it’s not only us who make noises, you do too when you’re having sex with your wife”—-he blushed.
They didn’t tell him they could hear a clock too in his apartment ticking away. But his next-door neighbour soon after complained to the super about the watch so he had to turn it off.
If you are Xed-out
So my projection becomes evident all over again
Then I am self-darkened
as our shared negation without dialectics
(I’m gonna leave similar material over here from now on: