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This is a discussion on Diary of a Badman - Muhammad Abdul Jabbar within the Islam in General forums, part of the Main Topics category; Al-Salamu `Alaykum Wa Rahmatu 'Llahi Wa BarakaTuhu, Originally Posted by murdiyyah The likes of such do not deserve exclusive attention ...

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    Al-Salamu `Alaykum Wa Rahmatu 'Llahi Wa BarakaTuhu,

    Quote Originally Posted by murdiyyah View Post
    The likes of such do not deserve exclusive attention time and time again. The problem is beyond individuals. Our societies are immersed in heedlessness and joking. And... is it better that the youth discuss everything that's being shown in these videos in private away from adults and "goody two-shoes" peers as they have done in the past (pre-internet age)? Will that help us as a community (genuine question)?

    I think some of the youth (actually a lot of us human beings in general) are too comfortable with technology and maybe we don't deserve it.
    When our youth watch the Kuffar in a similar fashion, joking around in a similar fashion - at least they know what they're doing is wrong. But with such strong 'Islamic' influences, coming from Muslim like this guy - they are not able to differentiate everything, and start embodying the evils of this person much more than the good (if there is any left in the videos).

    By the same logic, it's alright if these kids watch 'Family Guy' or 'South Park'. Both shows have a good message at the end, and everything leads to that good message. But is anyone really going to justify watching that filth with 'the good message at the end'...? But they are Kuffar, and everyone knows it's wrong to watch it (even if they do) and they don't take it as an example to be in real life. That's not the case with Badman though...Even kids want to be like him, because he's Muslim and he's cool.

    I would rather have no discussion of this video by the youth, but if it's made clear that this stuff is Haram and wrong, then at least the youth (if they do discuss it in private) then they will at least not try to embody them in general as they are doing in their mannerisms. It will help us as a community to condemn this man in particular and those like him. Because when you don't shine an exclusive light on reality, then everything is metaphysical, and only academics will identify it's practicality - whereas the youth will ignore it, and think it's okay to act like these people.

    So, in answer to your question, I do believe that condemnation of this person should be made clear and it will help the community, and the youth at large.

    I think some of the youth (actually a lot of us human beings in general) are too comfortable with technology and maybe we don't deserve it.
    True, I completely agree. The internet is a tool more dangerous than a falling sledgehammer about to hit a person in the head. Yet we're fine with letting our kids play with it like toys.

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    'alaykum as-Salaam wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu,

    What about the worst Muslim being better than the best Kaafir (yes I know some consider this person Kaafir)? By the way, I disagree about the comparison of Family Guy versus this. The non-Muslim shows may have some good messages, but they also show incest and homosexuality among other filthier filth. Not making excuses for some of our horrible senses of 'humor'.

    I also think Muslims know better the difference between a role model and an entertainer. As for children, many of them don't and are vulnerable, and I imagine how angry it makes many to lose their Muslim children to stupidity. I suppose some see it as "better to have a smart enemy than a stupid friend." And some rather see their kids imitate a stupid 'Muslim' than a fornicating, transgressing idol-worshipper.

    Maybe it takes a similar artistic style to reach the audience of these artists to correct them.
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    Wa Alaykum al-Salaam Wa Rahmatu 'Llahi Wa BarakaTuhu,

    Quote Originally Posted by murdiyyah View Post

    What about the worst Muslim being better than the best Kaafir (yes I know some consider this person Kaafir)? By the way, I disagree about the comparison of Family Guy versus this. The non-Muslim shows may have some good messages, but they also show incest and homosexuality among other filthier filth. Not making excuses for some of our horrible senses of 'humor'.


    I don't consider him to be a Kafir, however any of us can easily fall into Nifaaq. Can any of us forget the narration of Handala (radiyAllahu anh) who went around saying that he'd fallen into Nifaq simply because he he enjoyed himself outside of 'Ibadah, and did not feel the same amount of Eman that he did when he was with the Prophet of Allah (swt)? So what about us, who do so much evil....yet we're going to judge ourselves like nothing is wrong at all? Sister, the worst Muslim may be better than a Kafir - but the best Munafiq is as bad as the worst Kafir. And is that who we want to become, or to follow (not saying the brother is a Munafiq, though - let me make that clear)?

    We need to be careful. We're treading a line between Jannah and Naar, I would rather a person watch a Kafir show, but know in his heart that it's wrong and eventually try to leave it - than a person watch such a show as this thinking it's right, and then start to act like that in real life and lead himself away from the deen, and lead others away from the Deen - all the while thinking it's okay.

    By the way, I disagree about the comparison of Family Guy versus this. The non-Muslim shows may have some good messages, but they also show incest and homosexuality among other filthier filth. Not making excuses for some of our horrible senses of 'humor'.


    That's just an example because to be honest - most of the Muslim kids I know either watch this regularly, or they watch it occasionally. And having watched it myself (back in '05) I can assure you that not all episodes are like this. No doubt many are, especially Family Guy (as opposed to South Park - which is just vile in terms of ideas instead of just toiler humor vulgarity)...but a lot are free from the types of filth you mentioned above.No way is this me allowing it, like I said before - undoubtedly it's a terrible thing to watch.You're absolutely right when it comes to some parts of the show being the filthiest of filth ever.

    I also think Muslims know better the difference between a role model and an entertainer. As for children, many of them don't and are vulnerable, and I imagine how angry it makes many to lose their Muslim children to stupidity. I suppose some see it as "better to have a smart enemy than a stupid friend."


    I suppose it might sound elitist, but Muslims are the whitest sheep I've ever encountered. They'll fall for everything. I promise you that while some will only see him as an entertainer, many will take him as a role model - especially the youth due to all the peer pressure to be cool and funny. If you're cool and funny - then you're accepted. And this Humza guy is cool and funny, and gets millions of people watching him...maybe I should be more like him - try to be more crude to incur laughter, and it goes on from there. And the parents are just too gullible to see it coming. Unless they're born and bred here. In the end, you don't need enemies when your child has friends like Badman.

    And some rather see their kids imitate a stupid 'Muslim' than a fornicating, transgressing idol-worshipper.


    Sister, when you have people like Humza 'grinding with girls' as he was in that video - there is nothing between him, the girls, his audience, and Zina - except a piece of cloth. People who try to imitate him will think it's okay to go to clubs - and they'll wake up with a girl next to them without even knowing how they got there. I know people in this exact scenario, and they are some of the most regretful people I've seen.

    Maybe it takes a similar artistic style to fight these kind of artists.


    I couldn't accept anything otherwise. My rambling here will have no effect, but if someone can make videos to repel this (and to create an alternative) - then in sha allah, this can be dealt with properly. We've got the first part down (and we need to expand on it), now we need a good alternative. Some brothers who are funny should do something like Humza but keep it appropriate.
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    This badman guy is like in his mid 20's, so he can't say his none the wiser, his popularity amongst the youth is massive, when I was watching that video by the brother and the image of badman appeared on my screen my little sister came into my room and she was like "oh do you watch the badman too, the kids in my class love him", I was like what the..., if anyone has seen the badmans videos they are really bad, full of all sorts of fasad and unintended promotion of it to impressionable young kids. You only need to look at the comments he gets on the videos, e.g. "OMG DID YOU SEE THAT FIT SXY GIRL!!!11". This shameless badman idiot has just opened a completely new can of fitna. There are other similarish video series on youtube, some worse, some a bit better. If these practicing brothers are going to create a series of there own then I look forward to it.
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    I think he needs to get married, fast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sister64 View Post
    I think he needs to get married, fast.


    I think he needs more than just that. Maybe someone can show him the sun close up and say...

    Badman look there....thats hell blud. And its coming for you. Thats baaad init.

    Might fry his brains in to gear

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    talk about turning the tables

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    ^ what tables? His response is unbelievably childish and arrogant, look how he speaks throughout the video with an arrogant smirk and then continues to mock. He says money talks, yet this is a guy who is so desperate for money and fame that he will take part in huge amounts of haram and spread fasad (which he brushes aside), talk about irony, he is desperate to make it big and go on the screens. He then goes onto mock Abdul Jabbars name and then makes various accusations without any details or proof and the comes up with some age old excuse of not judging anyone, accusing others of extremism and other nonsense. This publicity video was probably produced by his agency or whatever that control him. This guy makes me cringe.
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