Ībn Mūneer Āl-Feylī

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  1. I'm wondering with the withdrawal of the CIA's funding of the rebel groups in Syria and now the fighting bewteen the two islamist factions HTS and Ahrar Al-Sham. What do you think will be the outcome of this? I definately see HTS attempting to incoporate Ahrar fighters into its ranks in order to unify the islamist factions in the Idlib region. It will definately make a more effective fighting force against the Assad government. Thoughts?
  2. Why do Salafis refer to shias as zorastrian priest, namely "majoos" when they imitate the "majoos".
  3. To be honest I haven't seen anything to indicate this man attacks shia Islam. He attacks Khameini sure and Hezbollah but he hasn't actually attacked Shiaism.
  4. WS, I think that is definately a possibility. Barzani's interests mainly lie with self-preservation through maintaining his family's power in the KRG. I don't think the Kurds and Iraqis would go to war with eachother however. I believe both sides know a war would not be beneficial for either side, so I think they will maintain positive relations.
  5. I don't it will effect Iraq tbh, atleast not from an economic standpoint. Even in terms of political relationship, the KRG and the Iraqi central gov still have a very close relationship with one another. Of course the Iraqi central gov ideally doesn't want the KRG leaving Iraq but it understands Kurdish aspirations. From a political standpoint, it may actually be bad for the relationship of Shia Arabs and Sunni Arabs because Sunni Arabs may demand some form of political autonomy similar to that of the Kurds have with the KRG.
  6. Salam brother, Ok let me try and break it down shortly and simply. The Majority of Kurds do want to secede from Iraq, however there is a difference on opinion whether this referendum is the right way to go. The reason being is because Barzani the president of the KRG is extremely corrupt, nepotistic, is totalitarian in how he governs and many Kurds do not like his rule in general(Except for KDP supporters.) Now there is also issues of whether the referendum will actually go through because Barzani has also called for parliamentary/presidential elections this november. Therefore it now seems even the referendum might not happen; however other Kurdish parties like Gorran and PUK are calling for them to happen at the sametime.
  7. I'd say Sayyid Haamid definately asked him questions that Muhammed couldn't answer.
  8. This Shemrani person is completely two-faced and is either ignorant of 'antimajosproduction', which he claims to only be an assoicate of or he is lying. He claims "it's only translations...", that simply put isn't true. From their channel: This video was taken sometime bewteen 2014/2015 when ISIS took a large chunk of Iraq. This is the Diyala region of Iraq and these are Kurdish shias who are being attacked by ISIS. It's clear enough AntiMajosproduction is inciting hatred by posting this but the fact they are being apologist makes it even worse. Comment section from the same video: ...But hey Shemrani says "they only do translations of shia scholars..."....
  9. Showing "devotionational attitude" is not the same as praying or being in a state of prayer. Show me one that actually says they were praying. Secondly, that is a kneeling one, not standing.
  10. SHHH!!. KEEP IT A SECRET! DON'T EXPOSE ME!!!

  11. http://www.aljazeera.com/video/news/2017/05/manchester-sees-rise-hate-crimes-attack-170528074827341.html The number of hate crime incidents reported to police in Manchester has almost doubled since the suicide bomb attack at the Manchester Arena on May 22 that killed 22 people and injured dozens of others. A total of 56 hates crimes were recorded by the Manchester Police on May 24; a significant rise from the 28 reported two days previously. Police say 28 is a fairly typical number. "It is important that we continue to stand together here in Greater Manchester," Ian Hopkins, Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, said. "Particularly against some of the hateful views that we've seen from a very small minority of the community that have no place here."
  12. Hmm how respectful... I'm talking about death, some of us have dead mothers and you are here trying to speak bad against your own mother who is living. What would you do if she died today? Would all this matter? Of course not, focus on long term things and not these trivial emotionally based things. God help you