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Monday, October 21, 2013

Rihanna Asked to Leave Abu Dhabi Mosque over 'Inappropriate' Photo Shoot


Rihanna Asked to Leave Abu Dhabi Mosque over 'Inappropriate' Photo Shoot.
Rihanna is known for tight revealing sexy outfits.

While performing concert in Dubai, Rihanna visited the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Center. A covered-up Rihanna was decked out in a dark outfit, complete with what looked like a head scarf traditionally worn by Muslim women. She posed in bright red lipstick and posted the pictures on her Instagram account.


Is that entirely respectful? The singer takes a break on the floor

"She was asked to leave before entering the actual mosque, (she was in the courtyard taking pictures) after taking some photos that did not fit within the rules and regulations set out to preserve the sacredness of the center," the mosque said in a statement.

Well, the place is right. The suit is almost right. But the pose? Still far from Islam.
I hope she get a guidance from Allah.
Rihanna was sitting in the yard. I bet it's very hot in there...

Well, what do we do about Rihanna's actions?
In a hadeeth narrated by Imam Bukharee, a villager piss in a Nabawi Mosque. The prophet Muhammad's friends were very angry and want to beat him up.
But the Prophet forbid them and asked them to leave the villager alone.
After the villager finish the piss, the prophet picked a bucket of water and pour it up.
By this way, the villager was not angry and convert out of Islam. He died as a Muslim.

So when Rihanna do that, actually the Mosque Administrator don't ask her to leave. Instead guide her. If she ask about Islam, explain it. That is the essence of Daawaa. Calling people into Islam. Not driving them away from Islam.

Sources:

Covered-up Rihanna strikes a pose, sparks ire in Abu Dhabi

Rihanna asked to leave Abu Dhabi mosque over photo shoot

Did the world's raunchiest pop star REALLY think she'd get away with posing outside a MOSQUE? How Rihanna was asked to leave Abu Dhabi place of worship after taking 'inappropriate' pictures

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