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Re: Difference in terms Arab, Muslim, and Middle Eastern

Postby Mr Meow » Wed Jul 11, 2018 2:20 pm

KingOfPancrase wrote:Judaism, Christianity, Islam....don't care. All Abrahamic bullshit. Switching seats on the Titanic.



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Re: Difference in terms Arab, Muslim, and Middle Eastern

Postby PainDog » Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:53 pm



If you would give the video a chance just as a piece of culture, you could hear the strong melodies associated with subsaharan Africa in the Arabic recitation.

This video below is from Chechnya, it is also in Arabic, though the pronunciation and melody of the chanting makes it sound more Chechen than Arabic

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Re: Difference in terms Arab, Muslim, and Middle Eastern

Postby DeceptaCon » Wed Jul 11, 2018 9:05 pm

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Re: Difference in terms Arab, Muslim, and Middle Eastern

Postby PainDog » Wed Jul 11, 2018 9:35 pm



Lebanese Christian hymn in Syriac Aramaic, it gets more interesting at around the 2 minute mark
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Re: Difference in terms Arab, Muslim, and Middle Eastern

Postby DeceptaCon » Thu Jul 12, 2018 2:22 am

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Lebanese Christian hymn, it gets more interesting at around the 2 minute mark

I've been to a couple of Lebanese Christian churches for a couple of weddings and one in the mountains, they wouldn't let my dad in the church because he had sandals on, I thought that was weird. Been to Cedars of Lebanon, was beautiful, put our names in a book. It was like a book you signed like a wedding registry. I remember how peaceful and biblical it was until my dumb Greek cousin smashed a friendly little mouse that came up to us with a huge rock. I couldn't believe it.
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Re: Difference in terms Arab, Muslim, and Middle Eastern

Postby PainDog » Thu Jul 12, 2018 11:53 am

DeceptaCon wrote:I've been to a couple of Lebanese Christian churches for a couple of weddings and one in the mountains, they wouldn't let my dad in the church because he had sandals on, I thought that was weird. Been to Cedars of Lebanon, was beautiful, put our names in a book. It was like a book you signed like a wedding registry. I remember how peaceful and biblical it was until my dumb Greek cousin smashed a friendly little mouse that came up to us with a huge rock. I couldn't believe it.


Lebanon is one of the most incredible countries in the world.

I am hoping to go back soon...maybe the end of the month.

Since I've been posting music, this is a very nice French song about Beirut, which was once known as the Paris of the Middle East, by the Jewish French Algerian singer Enrico Macias.

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Re: Difference in terms Arab, Muslim, and Middle Eastern

Postby DeceptaCon » Thu Jul 12, 2018 3:25 pm

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DeceptaCon wrote:I've been to a couple of Lebanese Christian churches for a couple of weddings and one in the mountains, they wouldn't let my dad in the church because he had sandals on, I thought that was weird. Been to Cedars of Lebanon, was beautiful, put our names in a book. It was like a book you signed like a wedding registry. I remember how peaceful and biblical it was until my dumb Greek cousin smashed a friendly little mouse that came up to us with a huge rock. I couldn't believe it.


Lebanon is one of the most incredible countries in the world.

I am hoping to go back soon...maybe the end of the month.

Since I've been posting music, this is a very nice French song about Beirut, which was once known as the Paris of the Middle East, by the Jewish French Algerian singer Enrico Macias.


Yeah its awesome as long as I stay with my uncles and cousins, they take me to all the cool places and Russian Super Night Clubs :lol: :lol: its still dangerous in some places. You just have to know where to go, speak Arabic and pay every guard at every check point. They have a lot of caves that we explored in the mountains, freaking awesome.
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Re: Difference in terms Arab, Muslim, and Middle Eastern

Postby KingOfPancrase » Fri Jul 13, 2018 12:37 am

Mr Meow wrote:
KingOfPancrase wrote:Judaism, Christianity, Islam....don't care. All Abrahamic bullshit. Switching seats on the Titanic.



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Re: Difference in terms Arab, Muslim, and Middle Eastern

Postby PainDog » Fri Jul 20, 2018 12:13 am

This video explains what I had mentioned in the original post about afro-asiatic languages

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Re: Difference in terms Arab, Muslim, and Middle Eastern

Postby Mr Meow » Fri Jul 20, 2018 10:12 am

KingOfPancrase wrote:
Mr Meow wrote:
KingOfPancrase wrote:Judaism, Christianity, Islam....don't care. All Abrahamic bullshit. Switching seats on the Titanic.



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Re: Difference in terms Arab, Muslim, and Middle Eastern

Postby PainDog » Mon Dec 03, 2018 8:34 am

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Re: Difference in terms Arab, Muslim, and Middle Eastern

Postby DeceptaCon » Mon Dec 03, 2018 3:48 pm

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The ultimate gesture that trumps all other signs :pointdown:
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