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Watch Episode 5 Of Docu-Series From Black Public Media - 'Ask A Muslim' ('Big Muslim Love')

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by Tambay A. Obenson
September 4, 2012 2:06 PM
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Black Public Media

BlackPublicMedia.org and the National Black Programming Consortium present the new Ask A Muslim series.

While we know a large majority of Muslims in America are foreign born there is a large and growing native-born population with a significant voice on the modern face of Islam, and a good majority are black. The Ask A Muslim series focuses on this population gathering scholars, Imams, writers, and cultural observers - even the very first practicing Muslim US Congressman - to share their views on a myriad of topics provided by everyday citizens on the streets of Philadelphia.

This week "Ask A Muslim" focuses on why Muslim men can really have up to four wives, and women cannot; also, it asks whether Muslims believe in love?

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3 Comments

  • notobrainwashing | September 22, 2012 10:14 AMReply

    Africans should not be following other people's religion end of.

  • Marlon Wallace | September 10, 2012 8:52 PMReply

    None of what these people said makes sense for the 21st century. it's backward thinking. polygamy is illegal in the United States anyway, so it's all moot.

  • D.C. Kirkwood | September 9, 2012 2:15 PMReply

    Thanks again Tambay. I love this series. It is very informative. As a Christian sista this hit home because I was engaged to a man that converted to the Muslim faith. I asked him about this four wives deal and he told me he wouldn't rule the possibility out. Needless to say I told him I was out and broke it off real quick. He still a good brotha and I respect him and his faith but he just wasn't the one for me. Thanks Again.

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