The previous post made was about the creeping Islamism into the previously moderate Turkey. It appears wannabe plastic gangster Justin Bieber is thinking in-line with Turkish Islamists that Islam is the global future. The oddball Canadian singer is well known for his tantrums when he doesn’t get his own way. Yet during his concert in Istanbul Bieber seems to of lost his selfish superstar attitude and was more than happy to appease his army of 12-year-old Muslim fans. Twice he stopped his performance to allow the Muslims to answer the call to Islamic prayer. Something even Muslim performers don’t do. I’m sure all his British fans who paid out for tickets for his ill-fated concert recently when he turned up 2 hours late will be pleased to hear his new-found commitment to the Muslim Bieberettes.
Although judging off the picture below the unplanned stoppages in the concert could also of provided time for him to accompany 2 butch hairy Muslims named Muhammad to the Turkish baths for a quick dig of heroin and gay sex
All in good faith: Justin Bieber stops concert in Turkey twice to honour Muslim call to prayer
PUBLISHED: 01:09, 4 May 2013 | UPDATED: 01:09, 4 May 2013
After a series of missteps as he travels the world on his Believe Tour, things appear to be turning around for Justin Bieber.
The Boyfriend singer was playing a sold out show at the ITU Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey on Thursday when he paused his act multiple times to allow fans to step away for the Muslim call to prayer, according to E! Online.
Referred to as Azan, or Adhan as it is called in Turkey, the religious ritual is performed five times a day as followers pause their actions to reaffirm their spiritual ideology.
The prayer is an important one for Turkish citizens, who even mention the practice in their national anthem.
Fans immediately took to Twitter where they were both shocked and delighted by his choice to honor the religious practice.
‘Justin Bieber stopped his concert twice in Turkey before the azaan so people can go pray. Alhumdulilah, I’ve got respect for this guy now,’ user @taznin_ wrote Friday, adding ‘all is well’ in Arabic.
‘I have MAD respect for Justin Bieber for stopping his performance in Turkey during prayer, twice. #RESPECT,’ @hudabeauty said.
‘Arab artists DON’T stop there shows…Go Justin,’ user @maysoonzayid wrote.
While Justin made no mention of it on his highly followed Twitter account, he did share some snaps of his time spent in the Arab nation.
‘Turkey is crazy right now. We ready,’ he wrote to his nearly 40 million followers.
The Canadian singer also shared a selfie as he drove through the country – which was instantly liked by over 800,000 fans.
‘Turkey what’s good,’ he captioned.
Justin also retweeted images from his entourage as the group arrived in Turkey – one image showing a sea of fans staring ahead at the stage as they waited for the show to begin.
’50k people in Turkey about watch lil homie perform. Wow God is good. Witnessing History,’ user maejorali captioned the photo.
After departing, the troupe headed off to Dubai as they wrap up the international leg of the Believe Tour.
‘Turkey was right. 4 more shows to go. Dubai is next,’ he wrote Thursday.
The choice to honor his Turkish fans was seen as positive step for the 19-year-old, whose tour has been plagued with missteps.
A show in Oman was reportedly cancelled because the nation deemed his act ‘too sexy,’ and only hours later as he and his entourage were stopped by security at the Sabiha Gökçen Airport in Istanbul for failing to show the proper travel documents.
The teen sensation also drew ire for travelling with a Capuchin monkey named Mally, who was confiscated by customs officials in Munich, Germany.
A German customs spokesman said at the time of the confiscation that Bieber lacked documents certifying compliance with animal health and species-protection regulations.