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Thanksgiving & Islam: Who Are We Thanking?

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Published on Dec 24, 2009

Use this picture to promote the video by using it as your default pic on Facebook during this holiday time inshaAllah. http://bit.ly/thankfulturkey

I know I'm like a month late, but I made this video as a reflection on Thanksgiving. I had been wanting to do a video on being thankful for a while, so this seemed like a pretty good opportunity. Enjoy.

Comments • 107

pious human
The only reason videos get disliked is fear, if you are not Muslim and hear stuff that opens your eyes, you fear that if he is right, than everything you grew up believing has been a lie and wrong. Don't fear, accept and understand, But if you do not wish to believe. That is your free will as well. Islam doesn't force people into believing and God himself said in the Quran, "if they don't want to believe, let them not believe." Free will may be free but we are ultimately tested for how we behave on earth.
Zaky Laouar
Mashaiiah. I liked this video a lot. May Allah reward you the best.
Jaccy J
traffic light deserve thanks like clocks (otu) deserve praise. right? be thankful the last Thursday in Nov until you leave.
Young Savage
I know this is off topic but we're can I find a Thobe I really need one please respond back
alfhead abazizo
where can i get t-shirt like those ?? i like it 
1DJSkittles
for all these videos 
1DJSkittles
Thank you 
Alina A.
Mashallah! I love all your videos! Allah will reward you! salamu alaikoum
Ajward Mohamed
Dear brother, masha Allah, you have knowledge of Islam full with grace and mercy. May Allah grant you the most prestigious place after mauth. I was little uncomfortable watching one seine with dog, is it permissible to have dog if so please make another video regarding that. Wassalam.
Sakurasus
its not a christian holiday, its an american holiday. First time they did it was to thank the native americans who helped first settlers planet vegetables and raise animals to eat because they were not used to the climate and did not know what to do.
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