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For me, I have a spiritual belief of there is a god. No.” He worries that even discussing faith “becomes a religious fucking debacle of philosophers.
This "sisterhood" or "brotherhood" that develops when Muslims are young continues throughout their lives and serves as a network, a way to become familiar with other families.“I don’t believe you need to eat a certain meat that’s been prayed over a certain way, I don’t believe you need to read a prayer in a certain language five times a day,” Malik said. I just believe if you’re a good person everything is going to go right for you.” Many Muslims have expressed disappointment in his decision, and others have sharply criticized the “Pillowtalk” singer for what they perceived as him mocking Muslim beliefs and rituals.But the Muslim fans who spoke to Religion News Service about his interview said they applaud Malik’s bravery in discussing his faith journey openly.I feel like that makes me move through life in a nice way. “There’s definitely beautiful parts to every religion,” he says, pleased to have built his life around the tenets of Islam.That’s exactly what you’d expect to hear from a celebrity who doesn’t want to alienate a huge fan base but also doesn’t want to present himself as something he’s not.