Palestinans Celebrate Christmas Like Kaffirs

n the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

1 Say : O ye that reject Faith!

2 I worship not that which ye worship,

3 Nor will ye worship that which I worship.

4 And I will not worship that which ye have been wont to worship,

5 Nor will ye worship that which I worship.

6 To you be your Way, and to me mine.

Their actions come with noble intentions, but it's very much still haram to celebrate Christmas alongside a Christian. Your guys' thoughts?
 

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First of all, What kinda question is this?

Asking a muslim if he/she celebrates Christmas? Fr!!:what1:
 
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Furst of all, What kinda question is this?

Asking a muslim if he/she celebrates Christmas? Fr!!:what1:

I know right? :shookgabre:Expected this to go like that one video this guy did where he asked Palestinans if they were descended from Jews, where literally as expected, everybody said no :susp:BUT then this video comes out, and literally every Palestinan in it said they celebrated Christmas in some way, shape, or form.
 
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It's because of the number of Christians in their community.

Lebanon and Egypt are the same. The Muslims celebrate Christmas and the Christians celebrate Eid.

Its called respect.
 
It's because of the number of Christians in their community.

Lebanon and Egypt are the same. The Muslims celebrate Christmas and the Christians celebrate Eid.

Its called respect.

"Respect"? Well that's certainly a different way to spell shirk. I don't have to dilute my religion in order for me to get along with my Christian neighbors, and I definitely don't expect them to do that for me.
 
"Respect"? Well that's certainly a different way to spell shirk. I don't have to dilute my religion in order for me to get along with my Christian neighbors, and I definitely don't expect them to do that for me.

They're not worshipping.

They're not telling their kids about the holiness of Christmas.

They just go over to their friend's houses and eat with them.

That's usually the norm in the Levant.
 
They're not worshipping.

They're not telling their kids about the holiness of Christmas.

They just go over to their friend's houses and eat with them.

That's usually the norm in the Levant.

It doesn't matter. It's 100% haram to celebrate a holiday that isn't invoked in the name of Allah (swt), especially one that comes with the belief of something as blasphemous and heinous as Jesus being some sort of "child" of Allah (swt). Astaghfirullah, I can't believe some Muslims even try justifying the celebration of this holiday.
 
Arab Muslims are weird people. They have kaffirs among them (Christians) that they embrace, but also kill from time to time.
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