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  1. Sunni Habashi sect

    How is any of that refuting anything I stated? God being a physical entity means God is constrained by Space. Material objects take up space. No, I'm saying in the context of stating the throne is a physical entity. If the throne is, so must God be. Are you stating the throne is a physical entity or not? It's called using your brain and logic. The chair cannot be physical, think about it. If it is physical it takes up space. Then the question is where is it? If you say in heaven, then I'd assume if we had technology that allows us to engage in deep space travel. We could get to heaven from earth, right?
  2. Sunni Habashi sect

    If you accept the throne is physical, then you accept the throne is constrained by space. If it is constrained by space, it is contained to A space. If that is the case then God must be physical entity in order to sit on a physical throne. Unless you state God is a metaphysical being sitting on a physical throne; which makes no sense to me.
  3. Sunni Habashi sect

    You just repeated yourself. I'm not questioning the verse, I'm stating the verse is not to be taken literally. But we know it cannot be a literaly physical throne. Do you agree on this?
  4. Sunni Habashi sect

    Which alludes to God having a physical throne...
  5. Election season in Iraq

    Honestly bro I've not been following Kurdish politics in Iraq closely every since october due to Kirkuk crisis. I'm tired of the Kurdish leadership and to me and to the average Kurd none of this matters anymore. It's clear the KRG's system is a plutocracy and a kleptocracy. I heard KIG and KDP pulled out the elections, I don't even know if that is true anymore.
  6. Shias didn't show up for debate with Shemrani

    Very true. Not to mention he keeps making up stuff lol. "1 million sunnis were massacred in Iran", absolutely zero evidence of that.
  7. hassan shemrani/sayyed abbasi lies & sectarianism

    They are quasi-terrorists and they are most likely all on the Mi5's terror watchlist. They literally have the same stance as groups like ISIS and Al-Qa'idah...
  8. This is a recent post of his own FB: This guy is clearly a pathological liar. The enitre post is too long to copy and paste but you can read it. I know for a fact one excerpt of his is factually incorrect. He completely ignores the fact it is an Iranian KURDISH city. He completely lies about Kirmanshan having a large Sunni population, the overwhelming majority of Kirmanshan is Shia because the majority of Kirmahsani Kurds are Khelhuri whose tribe are shias. There are many other example and lies.
  9. How does this sound?

  10. How does this sound?

    Let me show you the studies I have at hand on automation/robotization and Universal basic income: http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/social-issues-migration-health/the-risk-of-automation-for-jobs-in-oecd-countries_5jlz9h56dvq7-en https://www2.deloitte.com/uk/en/pages/public-sector/articles/state-of-the-state.html https://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/downloads/academic/The_Future_of_Employment.pdf https://www.forrester.com/Robots+AI+Will+Replace+7+Of+US+Jobs+By+2025/-/E-PRE9246 https://www.mckinsey.com/global-themes/future-of-organizations-and-work/what-the-future-of-work-will-mean-for-jobs-skills-and-wages
  11. Shia views on Che Guevara in 2018.

    With all due respect you are conflating several terms. Private property can still exist in a socialist economy but it would be regulated. Though yes ideally the replacement of private property would be replaced by 'personal property' instead: https://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1848/communist-manifesto/ch02.htm What is the percentage then? You see Iran if we are taking an example only as a private sector at 25%. I'd hardly call this free market capitalism. The rest of its economy is owned by the state and the IRGC and even then it still doesn't provide some basic social services for its peoples. Like universal healthcare coverage... You are conflating Socialism with State socialism. State socialism is merely one strand of socialism, you can have libertarian socialism. Also I'm not sure on what you mean by the latter part of your comment here. https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/state-socialism
  12. Shia views on Che Guevara in 2018.

    Islam is in favour of socialism from a socio-economic standpoint.
  13. Shia views on Che Guevara in 2018.

    I mean him being called a butcher means what when it comes from capitalists? Capitalism supported slavery and the industrial revolution was spurred on by slavery. You are right, but the south africans were supporting the otherside weren't they? I'm not too familar on his african exploits. Third, in islam capital punishment is permissible. Even Imam Ali killed people in the context of battle, killing without reason is the issue; not in context of something.
  14. Shia views on Che Guevara in 2018.

    I see him as a hero and a symbol against capitalism. It's true he did kill people but he also fought in Cuba, South Africa and South America to try and free the world from American imperialism.
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