A year ago, a new song was released in the world’s largest music market, the United States.
It was a blessing, as the song, by American band Blessings, featured a catchy chorus that was sung by the band members.
It wasn’t long before the song was downloaded thousands of times.
But on January 31, 2016, the world woke up to a shock.
It wasn’t the usual day for a blessing.
Instead, the song had been written by two musicians, a Christian and a Muslim.
The Muslim musician, Zuhair Akbar, was a musician and composer who was born in India.
He had performed with the American band the Black Eyed Peas and also written songs for other groups.
He has written several songs that have been performed in the U.S.
Akhbar, an American born in the country of his birth, is a founding member of the Islamic Music Academy, a nonprofit organization that promotes the creation and development of Muslim music in America.
Akbar and the other musicians wrote a song called ‘Abbasiya,’ which is a prayer to Allah and praises the Prophet Muhammad, said Akbar’s lawyer, Sohail R. Malik.
Akbars song was not only an Islamic blessing but also a secular blessing, said Malik.
“It was an effort to celebrate a Muslim’s achievements and to say, `This is a Muslim who is an inspiration to all of us.
He is a blessing to all Muslims, and he is an encouragement to us,'” said Malik, who was also representing the musicians.
He was stunned to learn of the blessing.
Akbara, who is the son of a Palestinian refugee, said the blessing came as a surprise to him.
“I didn’t even know this existed,” Akbar said.
“I was shocked when I heard it.
I thought that the world had stopped believing in the Bible and in the Torah.
I didn’t think that this could happen in America.”
The American Muslim group, CAIR-USA, said it took swift action to get the blessing removed from the Internet.
The organization also urged other Muslim musicians to get their blessings removed.
Akbar was one of them.
He wrote a message to his Muslim friends, who then sent it to the United Nations.
Akbars blessing was also removed from other online Muslim communities.
The American Muslims organization said it has now taken legal action to have Akbar removed from playing the blessing, which is performed in mosques.
Akberals name, as well as his song, is not a Muslim name and is being used as a name for his music and community.
“The Muslim name Abbasiya means ‘peace be upon you.’
It is a name given to him by his people,” Malik said.
Akbor said the Muslim name has become part of the fabric of Muslim culture.
“People use it because they know that the people who were born in this land and who speak this language can say it to their children and they can use it as a reference point,” Akberals son, who also goes by the name of Omar, said.
But the Muslim American organization said this is not what is meant by the Muslim community.
“It is an insult to the people that are still alive in the land of their birth.
It is insulting to them,” Akbor said.