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  • Ya'sin
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    Originally posted by Predatorian View Post

    Its not anti muslim.Greece is anti turkey,rightefully so.Turkey has used and uses islam for its political interests.If there is a country which is against real islam and not made up bidah islam then that is turkey.But people like ertugrul too much to open their eyes and see the damage they have caused to our religion.
    Anyway, you guys clearly have no info about world affairs thats why you talk like this. Greece has always supported palestine though had no interest in doing so.Remainants of the iraqian army were surrounded by israel soldiers once and there were Greek ships who helped them escape (a ex commander personally told me).
    Housing so many syrians despite being a small country and in crisis.Do you know syrians who were in turkey and in greece? Ask them and they will tell you.I know.I know turkey uses them too for their polical interest.They threat Greece that they will release all the syrians and refugee if they dont do this and that,and many times they did.Yet Greece accepts them,and doesnt ask for a 2000-3000 euro to give a visa,like turkey does.Oh such a muslim country really helping its brothers there.
    And with greek passport you dont need a visa to go to many arab countries,and you can even go to saudi.They have good relations with everybody except turkey because they still think we are in the middle ages.Dumb territorial highlander mentality.Oh my how anti muslim Greece is.

    Ya'sin That salad is famous in the whole world.And Greek,italian,french food are the best in the world,full of varieties.You clearly have no info.You guys dont like them cuz you have another culture.We also think indian bangladeshi food is rubbish.We actually want to gag by the smell of it.But we dont go around saying its rubbish.Its all about culture,my asian friends dont eat my food and i dont eat theirs.It doesnt mean one is really rubbish,especially if you havent tried it.But eh,if you wanna be that person who prejudges..


    Simply_Logical a niqabi would get stares everywhere not only in greece.Its just that there they never had a muslim community and arent used to these things.I havent seen a hijabi until i was 16-17 years old.And when my friend saw a woman in jilbab he got scared. HE GOT SCARED.Because he had no idea what that was.But ive seen so many hijabis and arabs tourists now.Nobody cares anymore.Unless you go in villages and places where they havent been used to with muslims,the same as what would happen in a village in caliphate of turkey.
    But again if she is a niqabi then its not a good idea lol.
    I apologies for my posts. I allowed my ignorance and hate of what I've seen and heard make me think like that. I'm glad you're here to correct me.

    I still wouldn't feel comfortable going there (help me understand) I'm sure they'd be happy not to see me (I'm brown and I would need to see brown/black Muslims to tell me if it is safe or friendly enough to visit). I'd have to be reassured it's not how I think it is because if England can be hostile, then is Greece really waiting to welcome people like myself.

    It's true I don't know enough about Greece, I do question if it is tolerant why more people don't got there. I'd like to know what it really is like for a Muslim, a coloured Muslim, to visit Greece. How accommodating are they. Do they really want tourists like myself to help their economy?

    Greece may see Arabs, but they have light skin (or is it a mix that visit?) Skin colour can have a lot to do with how people behave.

    I'm open to learning more about the culture.

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  • Predatorian
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    Originally posted by RuthlessSoftie View Post

    Didn't know greece was big on anti-Muslim things though.
    Its not anti muslim.Greece is anti turkey,rightefully so.Turkey has used and uses islam for its political interests.If there is a country which is against real islam and not made up bidah islam then that is turkey.But people like ertugrul too much to open their eyes and see the damage they have caused to our religion.
    Anyway, you guys clearly have no info about world affairs thats why you talk like this. Greece has always supported palestine though had no interest in doing so.Remainants of the iraqian army were surrounded by israel soldiers once and there were Greek ships who helped them escape (a ex commander personally told me).
    Housing so many syrians despite being a small country and in crisis.Do you know syrians who were in turkey and in greece? Ask them and they will tell you.I know.I know turkey uses them too for their polical interest.They threat Greece that they will release all the syrians and refugee if they dont do this and that,and many times they did.Yet Greece accepts them,and doesnt ask for a 2000-3000 euro to give a visa,like turkey does.Oh such a muslim country really helping its brothers there.
    And with greek passport you dont need a visa to go to many arab countries,and you can even go to saudi.They have good relations with everybody except turkey because they still think we are in the middle ages.Dumb territorial highlander mentality.Oh my how anti muslim Greece is.

    Ya'sin That salad is famous in the whole world.And Greek,italian,french food are the best in the world,full of varieties.You clearly have no info.You guys dont like them cuz you have another culture.We also think indian bangladeshi food is rubbish.We actually want to gag by the smell of it.But we dont go around saying its rubbish.Its all about culture,my asian friends dont eat my food and i dont eat theirs.It doesnt mean one is really rubbish,especially if you havent tried it.But eh,if you wanna be that person who prejudges..


    Simply_Logical a niqabi would get stares everywhere not only in greece.Its just that there they never had a muslim community and arent used to these things.I havent seen a hijabi until i was 16-17 years old.And when my friend saw a woman in jilbab he got scared. HE GOT SCARED.Because he had no idea what that was.But ive seen so many hijabis and arabs tourists now.Nobody cares anymore.Unless you go in villages and places where they havent been used to with muslims,the same as what would happen in a village in caliphate of turkey.
    But again if she is a niqabi then its not a good idea lol.

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  • islamuslim
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    Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post

    We have a fake version of it suitable for vegetarians

    The real deal is too chemicalised can't pass British borders

    The FDA obviously have different ratings for food standards than we have here
    It it was halal I would have tried it, I'm sure I've seen so many Muslims on YouTube eat it.

    We couldn't eat some of the crisps in 90s due to the animal rennet, later on they changed the ingredients so fortunately for any crisp addicts, they can enjoy walkers.

    I'm not a big fan of crisps.
    mashaaAllah that's good

    Yeah I heard food products in the US have more chemicals than the same products in other countries. Like look at these crazy differences
    https://www.google.com/amp/s/foodbab...different/amp/

    I think it's because they make cheaper food. I know people here that used to drive to the US to buy cheaper milk KNOWING it's genetically modified :/


    My favorite *chips* as a child were Bugles. I found the name hilarious because bughal in Urdu means armpit and I used to think it had the same meaning in English too lol (I blame my parents).

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  • sajid
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    Say No to Vaccination = Work permit Visa being revoked = get out of our country

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  • Ya'sin
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    Originally posted by islamuslim View Post

    Yes I googled it and it says they're not halal or kosher certified in the US and Canada. Is it the same in the UK @ britsh UF people?
    We have a fake version of it suitable for vegetarians

    The real deal is too chemicalised can't pass British borders

    The FDA obviously have different ratings for food standards than we have here
    It it was halal I would have tried it, I'm sure I've seen so many Muslims on YouTube eat it.

    We couldn't eat some of the crisps in 90s due to the animal rennet, later on they changed the ingredients so fortunately for any crisp addicts, they can enjoy walkers.

    I'm not a big fan of crisps.

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  • nudgetheputri1
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    Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post

    yea not really keen to go there with how bad it is at the moment tbh

    tbh from what i remember when i looked years ago most the places were expensive tbh
    Oh okay

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  • Simply_Logical
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    Originally posted by nudgetheputri1 View Post
    oh, you can visit the provincial areas they're much more affordable. Like a hotel resort in that area by the beach, is much better priced than those luxury hotels in capital city KL.

    It's covid so quite riskyif you visit this year either way
    yea not really keen to go there with how bad it is at the moment tbh

    tbh from what i remember when i looked years ago most the places were expensive tbh

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  • nudgetheputri1
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    Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post

    yea currency probably is but flights, hotels and package deals arent
    oh, you can visit the provincial areas they're much more affordable. Like a hotel resort in that area by the beach, is much better priced than those luxury hotels in capital city KL.

    It's covid so quite riskyif you visit this year either way

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  • Simply_Logical
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    Originally posted by nudgetheputri1 View Post

    Isn't the currency in uk pounds stronger than malaysia's ringgit?

    unless you're talking about flight tickets
    yea currency probably is but flights, hotels and package deals arent

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  • nudgetheputri1
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    Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post

    always wanted to go there but its quite expensive tbh
    Isn't the currency in uk pounds stronger than malaysia's ringgit?

    unless you're talking about flight tickets

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  • aelmo
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    Originally posted by islamuslim View Post

    Right?!
    It's impossible to finish a box on your own though, a few bites and you're done.

    Btw that picture is actually from a place in our area.
    Lol I am pretty sure my sister went to the exact place the last time she was in the area. I stole some from her 😆

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  • islamuslim
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    Originally posted by aelmo View Post

    These are the types of cultural practices people need to be following! You cannot go wrong with fries, cheese, gravy and shawarma.
    Right?!
    It's impossible to finish a box on your own though, a few bites and you're done.

    Btw that picture is actually from a place in our area.

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  • aelmo
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    Originally posted by islamuslim View Post
    Speaking of food in other countries, if any of you guys come to Canada you have to try shawarma poutine. It's amazing but you have to eat it before the fries get soggy from the gravy.

    Screenshot_20210716-024136.jpg
    These are the types of cultural practices people need to be following! You cannot go wrong with fries, cheese, gravy and shawarma.

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  • islamuslim
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    Speaking of food in other countries, if any of you guys come to Canada you have to try shawarma poutine. It's amazing but you have to eat it before the fries get soggy from the gravy.

    Screenshot_20210716-024136.jpg

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  • islamuslim
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    Originally posted by nudgetheputri1 View Post
    I figured it is google-able to find out if the snacks produced there are halal.
    Yes I googled it and it says they're not halal or kosher certified in the US and Canada. Is it the same in the UK @ britsh UF people?

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