The Non-Muslim Perspective – Utica Masjid Visit – Dave Chanatry
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One of the things that struck me the other day, I almost caught this on camera I didn't quite. So I think people from outside don't know what a mosque is like, right?
Just like, you know, the first time I ever went to a Jewish Temple, I didn't know what that was like, what I've learned is that they're just like church. You know, really, I mean, here, you don't have pews. But people are doing the same kind of thing. And it all looks the same. It's what I liked about the dinner. That's it exactly like the church dinners. And I went to my whole life, right. But the thing that got me the other day was when people were praying.
And the kids took some kids running around. And then I realized, I just one of the kids, one of the kids was playing pack, he was running up to the other kid and hitting around the head. They were playing tag, you know, and it just, it was a sweet thing, you know, and that was just, I think, non Muslims and it's probably really true now because of all the political stuff.
Haven't they lose sight of that? The sort of universal
love we all have for our kids.
It's all the same thing. It's the same thing.