Remove Quranic verses in Busta Rhymes' new single, "Arab Money" Remix

  • by: UMMA
  • recipient: To remove the Quranic verses in the song.

The new single “Arab Money” by Busta Rhymes has the first few verses of the Holy Quran in it.

The Holy Quran is viewed as the word of God, by Muslims, and to put it in a rap song is absolutely inappropriate and unacceptable.

Muslim or non-Muslim, this is unethical. It should not be allowed to slip by so easily.

Muslims do not recite the Holy Quran in bathrooms, nor would they ever recite it in a night club, these places are looked at as sinful and dirty. They hold the Holy Quran in high esteem. Even though nothing disrespectful was said about these verses, still the places that these verses will be played are dirty and unholy.

These people are supposed to be intelligent businessmen, they should know where to draw the line.

We are all human, we all have our own beliefs, would we want our beliefs to be mocked like this? All that is being asked, is that the verses of the Holy Quran be removed from this song.

Please respect others beliefs, and do not use them as a source of mockery. Some consideration in this matter is essential.

Thank you all for your time and effort.

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