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Muslim Attorney Roasted Twitter Troll Who Claims There’s No ‘Christian Version of ISIS’

A troll just got roasted pretty bad.


To give you a little background about this story, we first need to meet Qasim Rashid, Esq, an author and attorney who’s actually a visiting fellow at Harvard University’s Prince AlWaleed bin Talal School of Islamic Studies. Other than that, he is also the national spokesperson for Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA, the country’s first American-Muslim organization founded back in 1921.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is a peaceful organization that condemns terrorism and works with American-Muslims in promoting harmony and unity.

Recently, Rashid received a Twitter message from a “white supremacist” who claimed that there isn’t a “Christian version of ISIS.”

Sounds ridiculous, right? It absolutely is – and what shortly followed is a proof that Rashid sure knows his stuff.

Instead of ignoring the troll, Rashid wrote a lengthy response that proves otherwise.

This was his full reply:

As you can imagine, Rashid’s tweet attracted a lot of attention on social media. In fact, it went viral, receiving thousands of shares on day one alone. Netizens had mixed reactions to it but most were positive.

Some commended Rashid for keeping his cool.

Others asked about the troll – who totally got burned pretty bad.

Rashid also encouraged others to share the post.

Of course, there were a few haters here and there – like this one who ridiculed religion…

… who later ended up apologizing for the rudeness.

I guess there’s just no stopping a wise attorney once he decides to give some good roasting, eh?

Our hats are off for this awesome lawyer who took the time to prove that, yes, racial and religious discrimination is a bad thing. Plus if you want to make bold claims on the internet, you better do some research before typing anything. You’ll only look like a fool if all your accusations get thrown back into your face.


Performance Artist Stood Still For 6 Hours to Let People Do What They Wanted to Her Body

Yugoslavian performance artist Marina Abramovic dared to conduct a terrifying experiment to examine how people think.

Many of us know Yugoslavian performance artist Marina Abramovic through the video of her painfully silent reunion with her former lover Frank Uwe "Ulay" Laysiepen.

Many people have hailed Abramovic as the "grandmother of performance art." After all, she has been staging thought-provoking interactive installations for more than 40 years.

Indeed, it can't be denied that her performances have a lasting impact. In fact, one of her earliest performances is still being talked about today. Abramovic staged a performance piece called "Rhythm 0" at Studio Morra in Naples, Italy.

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Man Instantly Becomes Piano Prodigy After Accidentally Bumping His Head On The Pool

Derek Amato suffered a brain injury but came out with an unexpected gift.

Playing the piano has always been one of my frustrations. Sure, I know my way around the drums, the guitars, and the bass but, for some reason, I really couldn’t get the instrument despite several attempts to learn it.

So for the most part, I could only stare at other piano players, feeling envious for their skills.

Now imagine waking up one day with the ability to play the piano like a real master! Well this man from Denver, Colorado experienced exactly that.

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Perfectly Healthy People Became Disabled By Choice and Claim They’re Now Happier

A number of perfectly healthy people suffering from Body Integrity Identity Disorder have willingly rendered themselves disabled.

We're all thankful if we don't have disabilities. It's not because we discriminate against those who have these challenges. It's because we know how difficult it is to deal with being disabled. However, there are some perfectly healthy people who think otherwise. Apparently, those with Body Integrity Identity Disorder (BIID) think that they are supposed to be disabled.

First documented in 1977, BIID is defined as a rare psychological disorder in which perfectly healthy people feel that they are meant to be disabled. As such, the condition is also referred to as the "Amputee Identity Disorder."

Those who suffer from BIID envy amputees.

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