We would like to extend a warning to all Muslims who come in contact with the Facebook warrior who goes under the name of Dar Basim. While on the surface he might seem like a decent guy who shares a lot of great stuff, closer investigation will reveal that he is someone to clearly be avoided.
The first problem is that he blends the truth with falsehood. This is a common tactic by government agents, where they attract an audience through interesting and emotional Facebook posts, but they plant a few false pieces of information every now and then. Do not get fooled by his trickery and join in on spreading his lies.
One of my friends shared a post by him a while back, and it seemed fake, but as always I investigate and verify anything before sharing, since the Quran commands Muslims to do so. This is the post in question:
Common sense can tell you that these pictures are not Ebola. I mean look at the second one – the rash doesn’t go all the way up the arm, and the photo is taken in someone’s laundry and not the hospital. If they were that bad, they would be in a hospital bed. Anyway, verification is must, so a quick google search will show that this photo is a rash from poison ivy. The guy who the rash is on has even posted it directly in a forum and explained it, and it is referenced on numerous medical websites as well.
So I politely informed Dar Basim by commenting on this post and advising him it was fake, but he deleted the comment. That was the first warning sign.
Once again my friend has shared one of his photos today, and again it looked fake to me, so I investigated. Take a look at this:
As you can see, I gave him a bit of a sterner warning this time in the hope that he would listen and not delete my comment again. Now although this guy does have mouth cancer, the main disease seen is Oral Myiasis. But the problem for Dar Basim is that there is no evidence and no proof that it was from smoking. This was totally made up. The man’s condition could have been caused purely by alcohol consumption, and it is admitted he was an alcoholic. It may also have been caused by chewing betel leaves, but we also do not have solid proof of that either.
You can guess what Dar Basim did again – deleted my comment and rejected my advice to stop spreading lies.
So we know that he likes to spread lies and cause trouble, but is that all that is wrong with Dar Basim? I took a look through his Likes and it was really disturbing. He is involved with many deviant sects who claim to be Muslims, and also follows the big fake coconut sheikhs of the western world. Then there are some porn stars that he likes to follow (big red flag), and maybe the biggest of all is that he has joined multiple Freemasonry pages, the Satanic religion.
I have caught out another high level Freemason in the past who was claiming to be a Muslim and promoting heavily on Facebook, and I would not be surprised if Dar Basim is being sponsored by them or one of the deviant sects who call themselves Muslims. But I will give this brother the benefit of the doubt, and hope that he is a real Muslim, and just suffering from a bad case of pride, which is why he keeps rejecting the truth, and also hides the truth from his followers by deleting my comments.
At the time of writing, Dar Basim has over 3,000 followers whom he is misguiding. Please go to https://www.facebook.com/dar.basim and help in advising this brother to stop lying to Muslims and gaining the sins of both himself, and everyone who further shares his lies.