With the series of terror attacks around the world and how Muslims are continuously dragged in the equation , meet Rasul and hear how he calmly debunk the concept of terrorism and its relation to Islam. “People who mistook us as terrorists, they are the people who misunderstood Islam,they don’t know us Muslim. For if a person is a Muslim and follows the teaching of Allah and Islam, all his acts will be of goodness. For Islam is a religion of purity where cleanliness is not just about physical form and outward display. In Islam we are taught about cleansing of our hearts, it teaches us to be kind and good. How can a religion that teaches kindness and purity do things so bad as terrorism, how can a pure heart do such vile acts?”

- Stories of Bangsamoro
Stories of Bangsamoro

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