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Muslim Is The New Fad

Updated on September 4, 2015

Whats Hot And Trending Right Now

So you believe that you are keeping track of the latest scoop, you smartphone and tablet is set o receive the latest trend in technology, fashion and music. You dress trendy, you where what's hot and what's in. You have the latest gizmos at your disposal. You are the king or queen of shorthand texting. Your LOLs and OMG's are re-tweeted millions of time on social networks. You are the man. So you went to bed last night feeling like a million Facebook likes and shares, you sleep so gentle not even a new world war could wake you, of course you smartphone is still active collecting all your tweets and likes. Now you wake up the next day and see that you just loss all your followers. You get frantic and all pandemonium breaks loose. You sieve through all your Instagram pics and all your twitter and Facebook post to see what the hell just happened. You are no longer hip, you are no longer cool. Your tweets are not being re-tweeted and you have not received any followers today. Tears flood your eyes and stress lands on top of your cranium as you try to decipher what went wrong overnight.

You decide to brave it and step out to actually hear on the ground what's going on with social media. You fling on your cool trendy top and those well fitted pants that made you the talk of the town last week. So as you pull your front door you stop at your step and you notice something; You see three quarters of the women who pass you are wearing hijab and three quarters of the men who pass you are wearing taqiyahs. You begin to wonder to your self what is going on. You run back inside and log on to your Facebook account and notice that Muslim is trending. So what do you do? You run to the nearest Islamic Store and get a copy of the Qur'an and your very own Taqiyah. You bring up all your social media accounts and profess to embrace Islam. The next day you get one hundred thousand likes and your followers have returned. You are now in the new Fad; The Muslim Fad.

Hot Muslim Man
Hot Muslim Man

The Conversion - Moving From Desktop Christian To Tablet Muslim

The conversion process is really quite simple. Just find out what Muslims do and simple do it. OK, it may be a little more complicated than that seeing that nearly all terrorist attack are "supposedly" carried out by Muslims. You might want to leave out the self genocide and focus more on surviving; that's just my two cents. If you are moving from the religion of Christianity to Islam (from desktop to tablet) you may find the conversion a little difficult at first seeing that your are seasoned into doing things the old christian way. You may have to dump your bible and catch up with the fast selling Book of Qur'an. There we go again, another book written by some dude telling mankind what to do and what not to do. But if you want to be the trend setter you are and the fad follower, you had better get these books. So now you have logged into the Qur'an and have retired the one hundred different Bible versions that were already gathering dust in the box you placed under your bed. You follow the upgrade process of the Qur'an and install all the necessary components which will allow you to sparkle with this new fad.

Now that you have the Qur'an down to the T, you better do a bit of house cleaning. You don't want when your Muslim buddies come over to have a few drinks (non-alcoholic of course ) and they notice the 50 pounds of bacon you have. Get with the trend buddy, get rid of the pork and all those other unclean beast you bought at the supermarket, if you had ready your trendy Qur'an, you would no that those stuff are haram. So now you have become trendy diet of Allah, its time to move to the new Fad; The Dress Code.

Muslim Fashion
Muslim Fashion
The Muslim Fad Chart
The Muslim Fad Chart

The Fad Rises

The chart above clearly shows what exactly i am saying. So you see that the Muslim fad will be on the rise for quite a pretty long time.....so predicted by man. But at this very moment, it is what is continuously trending. So you either go with the flow or face the arrow and the bow.

Fashion For Muslims

You are upgrading now my friend. You are moving from Christianity 1.0 to Muslim 10.0. So what are the fashionable Muslim garments trending. Lets take a look.

Kufi Hat
Top off your Islamic clothing look with our exclusive range of quality kufi hats and caps.

Jubbas
Dignified jubbas in a range of fabrics, lengths and styles. Islamic outerwear.

Galabiyyas
Muslim clothes for men at their best. High quality, natural fabrics and trendy cuts.

Jilbabs
Islamic clothing with a modern touch. Jilbabs made from natural materials and with contemporary cuts

Well, the above dress wear may be on the boring side or Muslim business men attire, but the new age Muslims are quite fashionable and some are actually real fashion gurus. So if the above threads is not your fad, you can always visit those high class fashion stores and get some real trendy Muslim wears.

Muslim Woman
Muslim Woman

Trendy Muslim Footwear

You can't expect to transition from christian 1.0 to Muslim 10.0 without having a trendy pair of Muslim shoes to go with your fashionable Muslim wears. There are trendy shoes, sneakers and slippers for both Muslim men and women to add that touch of finesse during your upgrade to Muslim. You can easily grab a pair online or visiting your nearest trendy Muslim shoe store.


Muslim Music

You better get rid of those Sandi Patti and Yolanda Adams mp3s and load up that player and start jamming to some Sham and Nazil Azami. Yes, you better go learn those trendy new Muslim sick steps that will leave the dance floor just begging for Allah to descend. So join the Muslim entertainment Fad, lets get humming.

Whats Next?

So now you are a full fledged Muslim and has all the stuff associated with being classified a Muslim. Congratulations, you are now in the in crowd. You have jumped o to what's trending, you are part of the new fad. But don't get discouraged in the next 5 years you will have to change that fad, after all, Christianity as now been over worn and is last years trend.Even though there will always be people who have no sense of style, trend and fashion and will remain in that old and dieing Christianity funk. Just remember that fashion is an evolving commodity and will always be subjected to change. So until the next fad comes along, happy "muslimming"

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      Clive Williams 2 years ago from Jamaica

      @NZ Girl, The feeling is mutual. People ask me if religion can be a fad...Of Course! Anything that is catchy, have people doing it even without really knowing why or what they are doing can be termed a fad. The only difference with religion is that you have elders and books to follow!

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      NZ Girl 2 years ago

      Nice hub! I've almost felt like people have seen me as a loony these past few years when I'd mention noticing a trend in becoming Muslim or following a religion almost spontaneously.

      I have seen many young people around me converting to Muslim however have found it quite funny to suddenly see their posts on facebook from their weekend at the clubs or pictures with their boyfriend/girlfriend in bed. I am not against religion but I feel as though it has indeed become a fad and that instead of actually following a certain set of views and beliefs, it is more about looking "unique" and "exotic".

      Thanks for this.

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      Clive Williams 2 years ago from Jamaica

      Thanks for your insight Kevin Goodwin. To me, religion is a long term fad, it can be dropped and changed at anytime. New rules and way of thinking can be imposed at any time. New sensations emerge in religions at any time. But righteousness which involves total love of life and goodness can never be a fad as it has no law of man but the law of the heart.

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      Kevin Goodwin 2 years ago

      Interesting hub and your response were both were good. But I still do not see any religion being a fad, but I could also be wrong. It might be more people are becoming Muslims but to what degree, are they following the pillars of Islam would be my question for them?

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      Clive Williams 3 years ago from Jamaica

      Thanks for your insight franko

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      Frank Atanacio 3 years ago from Shelton

      I stand corrected my friend

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      Clive Williams 3 years ago from Jamaica

      Many will agree with you frank i am sure. But anything that a mass of people begin to flock to and taking a persona on may be a fad, religion, music. dress etc. The thing is that some people see it as serious while some are just going with the flow. Religion across the globe is a joke nowadays, from pedophile catholic priest to damn near mentally crazed Muslims. All following the lead of someone they never met.

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      Frank Atanacio 3 years ago from Shelton

      interesting hub clive.. but I don't know.. no matter how you turn the screws here religion is no Fad..

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