On April 21, 2016, the Purple Rain legend, American Funk-rock icon, Prince Rogers Nelson, 57, was found dead at his home at Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minnesota. Police is investigating the cause of his death but rejected the possibility of a suicide by drug overdose. His body was cremated in a private ceremony on Saturday.
The gay rock-star Sir Elton John paid his respects in front of a sold-out Caesars Palace crowd in Las Vegas on Saturday.
The US and UK Zionist-controlled media gave Prince a ‘royal’ treatment. But Prince’s ‘secret connection’ to the Tribe was reported by Seth Rogovoy at Israel’s daily Ha’aretz on April 22. Seth claimed that Prince, a Christian by birth, changed his name to an “unpronounceable glyph” to reflect his love for Judaism.
“He started painting word ‘slave’ instead of his name Prince – titled an album ‘Emancipation’ in 1996. A year earlier, his offshoot band, the New Power Generation, released an album called ‘Exodus’. Also in 1996, Prince released an album called ‘Chaos and Disorder’, a loose translation of two key words in the second verse of the Bible,” Seth wrote to prove his point.
Frankly, I’m no fan of Prince or his albums. My only memories about Prince is his interview with UK’s Guardian’s in June 2011, during which he kicked Dorian Linskey’s (Jewish) bottom by defending Muslim Hijab.
“It’s fun being in Islamic countries, to know there’s only one religion. There’s order. You wear a burqa. There’s no choice. People are happy with that,” he said.
Linskey couldn’t believe his ears. He asked about the women who dislike wearing full-face veil or burqa.
“There are people who are unhappy with everything. There’s a dark side to everything,” responded Prince.
The Zionist dude did not look convinced. Prince became impatient with trying to defend his position: “I don’t want to get up on a soapbox. My view of the world, you can debate that for ever. But I’m a musician. That’s what I do. And I also am music. Come to the show for that,” Prince said.
Prince had performed in United Arab Emirates in 2010 and 2015. It seems he was shocked too of the Western distortion of Muslim culture.
Islamic traditions call both Muslim men and women to dress-up modestly in public to counter sexual lust. Hijab is part of that modesty in women clothing. Men are not supposed to wear shorts in public except while participating in sports. However, refusal to practice the traditions don’t make those Muslims non-believers. This was eloquently explained by Canadian Jewish academic Henry Makow, PhD ( here).
In 2008, American Jewish feminist and author, Naomi Wolf, visited several Muslim countries and interviewed several highly successful business women and western educated housewives and female journalists. She too, was surprised to learn that those women didn’t consider Hijab as enslavement but rather a symbol of women power and sexual freedom.
The shape and length of Hijab depends on regional culture and climatic conditions, and no style is universal. For example, the full-face Hijab originated in British-occupied Indian subcontinent and is still used by many ladies in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and the Indian Diaspora.
Many of the 57 Islamic countries have non-Muslim minorities wielding un-proportional powers, such as Pakistan, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Lebanon, Egypt, Iraq, and Syria.