Things not to do in Muslim countries, # 2

Don’t climb the pulpit in a mosque and pretend to be an imam!

inside Vakil Mosque in Shiraz, Iran

Luckily, not many people were listening to me and my sermon at Vakil Mosque in Shiraz, Iran.

Another rule: if you pretend to be an imam, at least don’t pretend to be the 12th. He is a special one.

About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a writer, a spy or a hobo.
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5 Responses to Things not to do in Muslim countries, # 2

  1. Lillian Smith says:

    But the number one thing to do in a Muslim country is never ever to go there. Especially if you are a woman.

    • Why not? It’s interesting to see the world with your own eyes. Much better than sitting at home and spreading prejudices about places one has never visited. Like you are doing here regularly.

    • Lillian Smith says:

      If is not prejudice Andreas but knowledge. When you live some more, I am sure you will make your own mind about things instead of devouring everything that comes out of the PC Media. I do not need to see anywhere there is in Islam thank you – like you did and got thrown in jail or worse wind up hanging like those two poor young men in your photo.

      It is a pity that although you have eyes you do not see.

  2. Sara says:

    why so angry,why?!
    fear works i guess…

  3. Aad says:

    Wow you are so cool and rebellious, stop being a fucking retard.

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