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Malkia waa Uingereza Avuwa Viatu na Avaa kilemba kichwani aingia Msikitini Dubai

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  1. MziziMkavu

    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    Modest Queen covers her head and goes barefoot to the mosque in Abu Dhabi

    Shoeless and wearing a beekeeper-style shawl and hat, the Queen walked across the world’s largest carpet last night as she met Islamic students in Abu Dhabi at the start of her five-day state visit to the Gulf.

    No sooner had the Queen and Prince Philip stepped off their chartered British Airways flight from London than they were taken straight to the Sheikh Zayed Mosque, the country’s largest.

    The floor of its main prayer hall is covered in a 35-ton carpet which took 1,200 Iranian women two years to stitch by hand.
    [​IMG] State visit: The Queen emerges from the Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi having removed her footwear as a mark of respect

    [​IMG] Toeing the line: The Queen padded around in stockinged feet. Her last trip to the Emirates was in 1979

    In keeping with tradition, the Queen removed her shoes before entering and padded in in stockinged feet.

    While other female members of the party wore a traditional 'abaya' or full-length cloak over their clothes and a 'sheela' or scarf, the Queen wore a gold brocade coat embroidered with Swarovski crystals over her matching dress, both designed by her dresser, Angela Kelly.

    She tied a gold lame shawl over her pillbox hat to cover her hair.
    [​IMG] Spectacular: The Sheikh Zayed Mosque which had a Royal visit today on the first leg of a five-day tour of the Middle East

    Not only was the Queen the first visiting head of state to visit the mosque but it is seen as hugely symbolic here that the Supreme Governor of the Church of England should visit a place that, despite its young age, is a national shrine.

    Before entering the main chamber, the Queen paid her respects at the tomb of Sheikh Zayed, founding father of the United Arab Emirates.

    This visit, her first in 31 years, is designed to underline a renewed spirit of co-operation between the UAE and Britain’s Coalition Government. The Queen will be accompanied throughout by the Foreign Secretary, William Hague.

    In an unusual departure from convention, the royal couple are also being accompanied by the Duke of York in his capacity as a trade ambassador for Britain.

    [​IMG] Royal visit: Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip and Prince Andrew arrive at the mosque

    Arriving in Abu Dhabi last night, Prince Andrew gave his first - very warm - public thoughts on Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding.

    'I think this is the most wonderful piece of news that the UK has had for a long time... I'm aware that the United Kingdom has taken Kate to their heart, I think that's absolutely wonderful news,' said the Duke, who also married in Westminster Abbey, to Sarah Ferguson in 1986.
    'I think a spring wedding will be absolutely fantastic. I understand it's going to take place over a bank holiday weekend so it's another excuse for a good party and I think it's wonderful news - it's absolutely great.'

    [​IMG] State visit: Foreign Secretary William Hague and his wife Ffion (left) arrive at the Sheikh Zayed Mosque before the Queen

    [​IMG] Stunning mosque: Mr Hague and his wife are shown round

    Commenting on the importance of the Queen's trip, which will also include a two-day state visit to neighbouring Oman, Andrew said: 'I think you have to look back to the fact this is a long-standing relationship between the UAE and the United Kingdom which reaches back over 40 years when the UAE was a protectorate.
    'A lot of work has gone on in the intervening period. Since the new Government came in there's been an increased level of concern for this particular region in terms of investment, in terms of business opportunities.
    'This has been reciprocated by the UAE and other countries in the region.

    [​IMG] Her Majesty: The Queen sported a beekeeper-style shawl and hat

    [​IMG] Making an entrance: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, arrive at the mosque
    'The Queen's visit here is extremely important not only for the relationship between the UK and UAE... but also for the wider region.'
    The Queen last visited the Emirates in 1979 when she was a guest of the founding father and former president of the UAE Sheikh Zayed.
    Abu Dhabi is one of the more prominent members of the UAE, a collection of seven emirates that united in 1971 after gaining full independence from the UK.

    [​IMG] Time to reflect: Emirati Minister of State Reem al-Hashemi (centre) and a cultural guide talk with the Queen as Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahayan chats with Prince Andrew

    Like many of its neighbours it has prospered during the last 50 years from the wealth created by oil reserves.
    It has an impressive skyline of skyscrapers and is a modern state that is home to around 100,000 Britons while many Emiratis see Britain as 'the eighth emirate' because of their ties with the UK.
    As part of her visit, the Queen also officially launched a British-designed project to build a new national museum in the United Arab Emirates.
    [​IMG] Ceremony: The Queen unveils the plaque of the Sheikh Zayed National Museum with Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai ruler and UAE prime minister

    [​IMG] Procession: The royal entourage at the ceremony to mark the unveiling of the new museum on Saadiyat Island off Abu Dhabi

    She unveiled the design today for the new Sheik Zayed National Museum on Saadiyat Island off Abu Dhabi.

    The project is designed by British architects and backed by the British Museum.
    The museum will be part of a cultural complex that will include branches of the Guggenheim and Louvre museums.

    [​IMG] Signing: Prince Philip signs a memorandum of understanding between Cambridge University Judge Business School and the University of the UAE for Teaching and Research in the Further Development of Abu Dhabi with Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak

    [​IMG] Time for tea? The Queen and ruler of Dubai at the Emirates Palace

    Read more: Queen is shoeless and dons 'beekeeper' hat on Abu Dhabi mosque visit | Mail Online
  2. MadameX

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    Cha ajabu ni kipi, its respect of other religion
  3. deny_all

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    Kweli kabisa .....

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    Hakuna cha ajabu hapa,labda utupe ufafanuzi zaidi!!
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    Msikiti upo Abu Dhabi sio Dubai
  6. Fredwash

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    cha ajabu ninyi huku hamuishi kuonyeshana vidole (wakristo na waislamu) wakati hao waliozileta hizo dini, they respect one another.... kuingia msikitini sio issue.. ni kuonyesha unajali na kuthamini achilia mbali dini bali na tamaduni za watu wengine... and that is sense of humanity... yaani kwa akili zako fupi ushaona hapo malkia kasilimu.... pooor buger wat a pity
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    Hakuna aliesema Malkia kasilimu, nadhani mleta mada anatuonyesha ni vipi Malkia wa uIngereza na entourage yake walivyo na heshima na adabu na mfano wa kuigwa na wa Kiristo wengine.

    UIslam haumlazimishi mtu kurudi (to revert). Wala hausilimishi mtu, anae-rudi ni mtu mwenyewe na anaesilimu ni mtu mwenyewe. Simply kwa kushahadia tu na kuamini kuwa Mwenyeezi Mungu ni Mmoja, hakuzaa wala hakuzaliwa na Muhammad ni mtume wa Mwenyeezi Mungu kama ilivyo kwa Adam, Ibrahim, Ishaq, Yaakoub, Musa, Issa na wengineo.

    TUKUTUKU JF-Expert Member

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    mheshimu anayejiheshimu na mzarau mjinga asiyejua analolifanya!si kila kitu kinachofanywa na kiongozi(rais,mfalme,malkia,waziri mkuu n.k) ni cha kuiga,vingine ni vya kijinga havipaswi kuingwa.
  10. Fab

    Fab JF-Expert Member

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    mlitaka asifanye hivyo,ili mpate sababu ya kujitoa mhanga,kujilipua na kuua innocent people eeh???.....she is clever than you lot!
  11. Safari_ni_Safari

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    Wonder fool!!!

    NILHAM RASHED JF-Expert Member

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    soo what was new here.......... beside marham sheykh zayed ni abu dhabi..... si wa dubai.... abuy... na nafkiri si uzuri kumsema au kumdiscuss yule anaitwa marham kwa sasa....
  13. MadameX

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    Acha upuuzi wako, hata matemple ya kihindi hayaingiwi na viatu. Sehemu ya msikiti na pahala pa kusaliwa wahaingii isipokuwa muislam, sehemu aliyopita Queen on barefoot are areas designated for people like you and her.
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    Tafiti kwanza ujue ukweli. Mko wengi aina yako wenye chuki zisizo sababu, kwa uzoefu wangu hata ukiwa na digrii mia mara nyingi watu wa aina yako huwa watupu ila kwa kutegemea waliolishwa na propaganda !
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    Aamefanya vizuri sana kuheshimu dini nyingine ingawa haiamini. Huu ni mfano mzuri ambao watu wa middle East wanatakiwa kuuiga.
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    Wao wanarespect hao kina Maralia Sugu?
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    Nimeipenda hii,ana heshimu dini na taratibu za wenzake nakumbuka hata Michelle Obama Indonesia alivaa kitambaa kufunika nywele zake....:playball:
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    wewe ndo walewale wasioujua uislam
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    nimekugongea senksi kwa point hii, waarabu/waislam wengi hawaheshim imani wala taratibu za watu wengine ndiyo maana mauaji ya watu wenye mila na desturi tofauti na wao hayaishi. Hata humu janvini ukilizungunzia hili wanatamani sharia na jihad zikushugulikie.
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    Mbona huku Bongo tuliozipokea hizi dini mkristo anaitwa kafiri hawezi kuingia msikitini! Sijawahi kuona kiongozi yeyote wa juu wa Bongo ambaye ni muumini wa kikristo akialikwa kwenda msikitini! Inaonekana huku tu maamuma wa dini. Waliozianzisha hawana ujinga huo.