so now there's a disinction between mubai and tarab, wow this is getting confusing
btw this distinction was not there a couple of days ago or even yesterday when you typed www.silatmubai.com .... strange
Last edited by odd_lifter; 12/04/2006 7:00am at .
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For what it's worth, I know someone in Montreal who went to Taiwan to train in Silat mubai. He is not Muslim, seems like a normal enough guy, background in Kajukenbo and such. I need to have a private conversation with him about the art, every time it gets discussed in public, the conversation gets mired in politics and religion.
I hate to bring this thread back to life but.......
Well from what i know of the founder, he is a Sufi Shia.
Basically, their like the islamic equivalent of a buddhist, their theology tends to be very different from most sunni/shia. They believe that all religions are legit as long as they believe in some supreme being.
Ill put it like this though: The chances of a Sufi blowing himself up for god is about as likely as an athiest blowing himself up for the palistinian cause.
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