Photos of the day: If it looks like religion, it IS a religion:

So what if one image depicts Muslim behavior and the other depicts Castronoid behavior?

And so what if the Muslims are there voluntarily and the Cubans are forced into such behavior.

The meaning is in the behavior itself and what it seeks to achieve and convey.

Castroism IS a religion.  It has myths, symbols, rituals, and a code of ethics.

And it persecutes heretics and infidels.

Muslim pilgrims circle counterclockwise with their hearts tilted toward the Kaaba, the cube-shaped structure that Muslims around the world face in prayer five times a day, in the Grand Mosque in the Muslim holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia, Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013. The hajj, a central pillar of Islam and one that able-bodied Muslims must make once in their lives, is a four-day spiritual cleansing based on centuries of interpretation of the traditions of Prophet Muhammad.  (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)
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2 thoughts on “Photos of the day: If it looks like religion, it IS a religion:

  1. Again, the original boat and expedition were financed by way of a con job: Fidel suckered the excruciatingly ineffectual and fatally meddlesome Carlos Prío, a much underrated villain/stooge in our national disaster, out of what was then pretty serious money. As for the school kids or “pioneers,” their “free” education is much more geared toward creating suitable cult members than anything else.

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