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  1. Sheikh Zakzaky public appearance after two years / Video: http://en.abna24.com/news/africa/what-sheikh-zakzaky-said-in-his-public-appearance-after-two-years_877258.html
  2. Some words about the US and democracy: If we are going to say that US is a democratic country, it means that general policies (I am not talking about mismanagement and random cases) implemented by the US government are according to people’s will. In other words, it means militarizing the world, illegal invasion of countries, killing innocent people in Iraq, Yemen, Afghanistan and elsewhere, plotting, such as organizing coup, against independent nations, sanctioning nations, including drug and food sanction, which in one case resulted in death of thousands Iraqi kids, creating terrorist organizations and groups all around the world and helping, funding and organizing them. Hosting and supporting terrorists such as MKO members*, helping criminal regimes in the world from the Shah’s regime to the regime of Bahrain to oppress their people, having strategic ties with criminal regimes like Saudi regime, etc. etc. all are according to American people. Many things can also be said about the merely domestic cases and add to the cases above, but what listed above are enough. Summarily, If we are going to prove US is a democratic country and its basic policies is based on its people’s will, it means that there is not just one Bush or one Obama or one trump in the US, but US is full of Bush’s, Obama’s and Trump’s. In fact America either isn’t a democracy or it has a bad democracy (nationwide collaboration for the activities some of which I mentioned above). It’s not fair to even compare democracy in the US with the one in Iran. I think at least to defend American people it would be better not try to prove America is a democracy. Don't you think? ---- *This one is interesting. When a terrorist becomes a columnist in Media... Maryam Rajavi's (the head of MKO) article in WSJ: https://www.wsj.com/articles/these-iranian-protests-are-different-from-2009-1515458106 This is both sad and ridiculous.
  3. Muhammad: The Messenger Of God (Film 2015)

    @baradar_jackson and others, this one is really real!: http://shop.upera.co/f/8Hq78kyu For those who may have issue with the Persian vocabularies there: BTW, I don't know what the language of the movie is and if it has any subtitles.
  4. Sayyid Ali Khamenei [OFFICIAL THREAD]

    The sweet evening of Ayatollah Khamenei's visit to Christian martyr's family
  5. Farsi (Only) Noha / Latmiyya

    یا علی ابن موسی الرضا- یا امام رئوف
  6. Some facts about the recent events in no specific order: - House Minister of the Shah in a anti-Revolution program confesses that these events were pre-organized from some months ago. As he says it was determined that we don't start the protests for political goals, but for economic problems and using the opportunity for attacking the establishment. Video in Farsi: https://www.mashreghnews.ir/news/817755/فیلم-اعتراف-تأمل-برانگیز-وزیر-مسکن-پهلوی -The video below shows that in different city leader of riots dressed similarly: https://www.mashreghnews.ir/news/816208/ماجرای-لو-رفتن-لباس-یک-دست-اغتشاشگران-فیلم Also in the picture below from an anti-Revolution website they warns their members that the uniform is exposed: -About 74 percents of the tweets encouraging people to protest were posted outside of Iran. Saudi Arabia, at the top of the list: Also 10 percent of the tweets posted from Saudi Arabia were in Farsi. Some of the tweets: Some of the lies by the Media: The fake picture is implying that a woman in Iran and in a Basij's base is using these amount of cell phones for the specific reason while the true picture is the one in the right side: The true picture in Egypt and the fake one linked to Iran. Posting picture of Bahrain protest in the name of Iranian protest: This is Italian police, not Iranian. Pay attention to the word POLICIA: Posting the picture of Iranian rally in support of Revolution in the name of anti-Revolution protest: There are much more to say and post. To be continued Insha'Allah. Also I saw some information and miscalculation about Iran, it's electoral system etc. I will talk about them later, God willing.
  7. Re-start is a terrorist-like group headed by a former IRIB showman named Seyed Muhammad Husseini. He seems to be mentally sick and holds outlandish Gnostic-satanic views. In one of the audio by him he hails Satan and calls him "کلیم الله" and says: "Re-Startistists would hit harshly the mouth of every one speaks against Satan!" As ridiculous as that! He asks his members to burn the Mosques, Basij bases, Banks etc. In a Recent Video, He threaten Army forces to kill them and their families! As I said, and as it's clear, he suffers from psychological diseases. What is worth noting is that this terrorist clown freely threatens to conduct terrorist attacks, as well as other terrorist groups like MKO, in the free, democratic and civilized countries in the West and has the support via money and media tolls by the regimes there. As clear as that.
  8. The initiator for protests was due to the highly increase in the prices, from the price of egg to the price of fuel. It started with 1) down with inflation, then it changed to 2)down with Rouhani, and then some vandals hijacked true and harmless pretests, misused this situation and it changed to 3)anti-Islam, anti-Revolution protest. We should distinguish between the two first groups above from these vandals. Evidence shows that such riots by vandals were organized from earlier. As I am aware, some of the vandals arrested are linked to Saudis, MKO, Takfiri groups like Daesh and Jeish-ul-adl, Saltanat-talab’s (Monarchists: supporters of Pahlavi Kingdom) and a Satanist group named Re-start and groups like these. There were people arrested with gun, cyanide (mainly used by MKO terrorists). Also among the arrested ones there were/was non-Iranian individual(s). Plus, Security forces used this opportunity to detect anti-Revolution teams and their members. Now, the situation much better and almost 100 percent under control and tomorrow we will have demonstration against these vandals and their foreign supporters in different city. Don’t forget that 22 Bahman (February 11) is approaching and we will see how ocean of people will wash these nejasat. Insha’Allah after suppressing these vandal, people will continue protest against corrupt officials, as we should. God willing, in the next post(s) I will talk about the role of foreign supporters, funny and outlandish lies by Media and what vandals have done and people’s reaction against these arazel. The following paragraph shoud be writed in the Zabane Shirine Farsi: این نکته رو هم باید اضافه کرد که شاید در مورد این گرانی های تقریبا بی سابقه دست نفوذی ها برای ایجاد زمینه برای این اغتشاشات در کار باشه. من چند ماهی هست که در این باره مطالبی رو شنیده بودم که ظاهرا الان به تحقق پیوسته. اینکه این نفوذی ها کی هستند و در چه سطحی از قدرت اجرایی هستن سوالی هست که شاید جوابش بعد ها مشخص بشه Moreover, Dear Leader, today: Pointing to the fact that the enemy has always waited for the opportunity to penetrate and endamage the Iranian nation, Ayatollah Khamenei added: "In recent events, the enemies of Iran united by using different tools in their disposition, including money, weapons, politics and intelligence, in order to create problems for the Islamic system."He continued, "Regarding these events, I have more to say, which I will share with dear Iranian people at the right time." http://english.khamenei.ir/news/5378/Ayatollah-Khamenei-s-statements-on-recent-events-in-Iran
  9. who is this quran reciter ?

    You're welcome my dear brother.
  10. Thoughts 2017

    Sorry for the delay. Translation: You see what sort of creatures we face! What dirty creatures we encounter in America! I mean not American nation but the state—how the states of superpowers treat us, yet we pay homage to them! We again work for them; may the pens at their service be broken! May tongues talking on their behalf and aiming to destroy the nation be cut off! Let drugs banned there be sent to the third world, to us, mind you! The hell with it! What happens to us is not important, but they charge us the money! This was so from the beginning. Helpful things were not given to us. Gentlemen! All troubles in the East come from the outsiders, the West; America. American now causes all our problems. All Muslims’ hardships stem from America that has beefed up Zionism and is still at it, killing our brothers in groups. We cannot be independent until we realize our full prestige, what we were in history and what we are and have. Your country will not be independent as long as your thoughts are not free. Go get your thoughts independent. Date: October 29, 1979 [Aban 7, 1358 AHS / Dhu’l-Hijjah 7, 1399 AH] Place: Qum Subject: Westernization, a chronic disease in Iran Audience: Students of Islamic Association of Mufidi High College of Translation Source: http://staticsml.imam-khomeini.ir/en/File/NewsAttachment/2014/1704-Sahifeh-ye Imam-Vol 10.pdf Page:273 Thank you so much for the Shirini. Insha'Allah get old to each other's feet under the shelter of Allah and Ahlulbayt.
  11. who is this quran reciter ?

    He is Abbas Imam-jom'e (Emam-jom'e): عباس امام جمعه. His first name is Abbas and his last name is Imam-jom'e
  12. Thoughts 2017

    Salam Ibn Sina jan, I can't access YouTube currently. It would be good if you can give me this video on another website like Aparat, or at least write some of the sentences of the remarks. Bah Bah, Mubarake Insha'Allah. You don't forget our shirini, do you?
  13. We don’t believe Allah is just creator (khaliq), but also legislator (share’e:شارع). No one except Allah is allowed to issue any hukm. Any form of hukm (rules) issues in the government should be the same and based on the hukm issued by Allah. So the executor of the affairs in the society such as president should act according to Allah’s hukms. In a society run by Wali Faqih, Wali Faqih’s opinion and hukm (due to his meticulous familiarity with Islamic rulings) is indicative of the hukm of Allah. Because of this, he should be the head of all branches, such as executive branch. In fact, President in Welayat Faqih’s government is Wali Faqih himself, otherwise what would be the philosophy behind Welayat Faqih. If we are going to give the position for presidency to a person who isn’t necessarily acquainted with fiqhi issues, then how can we claim our government is run according to the Islamic fiqh? But now that different people are needed to take the responsibility of the affairs of the society, a person also is needed the run the position called presidency. Some believe this person should be directly chosen by Wali Faqih or at least they suggest such a method. Some others suggest, as it’s embedded in the Iranian Constitution, a public election in which some candidates with certain characteristics are nominated is held and then the one elected by the people will be the president, however his presidency should be accepted by a Wali Faqih to assure the one appointed by people is chosen and will act according to Islamic rulings, 'so I, the Wali Faqih, accept you as my representative for the position of presidency'. Besides that this acceptation (tanfiz, endorsement) includes a supervisory nature. In fact, this process is there to Islamically legitimatize the president and him taking the office. One may say that “but we can’t say that presidents chosen during Islamic Republic have acted according to Islamic Fiqh, while the process was there to assure such a thing to happen!”. Beside the fact that our discussion here isn't about Iran and its method of implementation Welayat Faqih, but our discussion here is about the concept of Welayat Faqih itself, since talking about it makes this already long post longer, and is not related to the core of our discussion here let’s skip it, although it’s an important and interesting issue. Now some questions may be asked: Isn’t such kind of welayat a form of dictatorship? What if Wali Faqih rejects people’s president elect? Or, What if then Wali Faqih depose this president chosen by the majority of the voters? How then can this governance be legitimate? To answer these questions, let’s first define the word “dictatorship”. A dictatorship government is a form of government whose verdicts are dictated upon people by one certain individual or group against their will. But, in Welayat Faqih, people have accepted these defined roles of Wali Faqih. People have accepted their votes getting accepted by a Faqih. Welayat Faqih and Wali Faqih’s hukm is not and should not be against the people’s will, although it may be against people's opinion (of course these cases don't happen too much and a Wali Faqih is wiser than that to govern against people's opinion in too cases. In many cases, Wali Faqih acts in accordance with other's opinions and against his opinion, like the case we had in the JCPOA) . Otherwise, such government will become illegitimate. Even if Wali Faqih has all other conditions for running the society, people not accepting him and his role and verdicts will illegitimate implementing his Welayat. It doesn’t mean people’s opinions can decide what is legitimate and what is not, but one of the requirements for implementing a government is acceptation of people. It’s a necessary condition, not a sufficient one and just for implantation and not the intrinsic legitimacy. Summarily, since people have accepted Wali Faqih accepting the president elect as president and monitoring his activities, this Welayat is neither dictatorship, nor illegitimate. But it’s a way to legitimize people’s vote based on their own will. This is called “Religious Democracy”. In Religious democracy, demo (the people) have accepted religious cracy (governance) – We have found the Welayat Faqih the only mesdaq (example, case) for such government-, unlike Western Democracy wherein people’s vote (off course not even in practice!) is everything. A separate discussion is required to criticize the western democracy.
  14. و علیکم السلام و رحمه الله استاذنا برادر جبرئیل -دامت توفیقاته- و اما بعد Both, not just preference, but also legitimacy... A Wali Faqih should possess three conditions: Knowledge, Taqwa(Piety)/Edalat (Justice),Wisdom. If we give the responsibility to implement the fiqh in society to a person who doesn’t have required knowledge in fiqh, then he wouldn’t be able to make decision and take action based on Islamic fiqh. If he has knowledge but not taqwa, then he will not use this power in its appropriate direction. As they say, it will be like a thief with light. Since you are interested in poem: تو چون موری و این راهست همچون موی بت رویان مرو زنهار بر تقلید و بر تخمین و بر عمیا چو علم آموختی از حرص آن گه ترس کاندر شب چو دزدی با چراغ آید گزیده‌تر برد کالا If he has required knowledge and taqwa, but lacks required wisdom, he won’t be able to use this knowledge and taqwa appropriately. So, a person with required knowledge, taqwa and wisdom is an inseparable part of a society with Islamic laws, thus principle 3 is an inseparable part of principle 3 and is there to assure principle 2 to be implemented in the right direction. Therefore, for example, a person stuck to the power just because he believes he has the right to remain in power against the will of both majority and experts is not a Wali Faqih, as a Wali Faqih doesn't and can't take the power or continue remaining in power without the consent of others, otherwise he isn't a Wali Faqih. A Wali faqih is not before these three conditions, but after them. Also, when we say Wali Faqih should be the best person available, it doesn't mean it should be the best person for example in terms of performing ebadat. The best person here means the best person who is able to take the responsibility of leading an Islamic society, implementing Islamic rules and managing the affairs based on Islamic criteria. For a person who is called or claimed to be a prophet to be followed, him being a prophet should be proved, not whether we should follow a prophet or not. For a person who is called or claimed to be an infallible Imam to be followed, him being an infallible Imam should be proved, not whether an infallible Imam should be followed or not. For a person who is called or claimed to be a Wali Faqih to be followed, him being a Wali Faqih, him possessing required conditions, him possessing required taqwa, justice,knowledge and wisdom to run a society according to Islamic principles should be proved, not whether we should follow a Wali Faqih or not. Clearer than this? Does such a concept have to be proved via things out of its field? Why should it be proved to a Muslim that we just can obey a Wali chosen based on Islamic conditions? If someone at the top of the society is known as knowledgeable who knows the Islamic rulings needed for governance, pious and just who uses the knowledge justly, capable who manages affairs appropriately, as well as officials and people; this is a clear hujjah for following him. Even if there are differences between our opinions and his, while we testify his knowledge, piety and wisdom, for various reasons one of which is the one I explained above in the tatbir example, there is still hujjah to follow and obey him. The hujjah following a Wali Faqih in essence doesn’t differ from the one regarding following a Marja Taqlid. Like the hujjah in following a Marja Taqlid is him being a qualified person to be imitated in the personal fiqhi matters and not whether or not a marja taqlid should be followed, the hujjah in following a Wali Faqih is him being a qualified person to be followed in governmental matters and not whether or not a Wali Faqih should be followed. What actually we need about Welayat Faqih is defining it. If ‘what a Wali Faqih means’ and ‘what his authorities are’ are defined, nothing more except believing in Islam is needed to believe in its concept.
  15. Sorry for the delay... Legitimacy or illegitimacy of following or not following has to do with haq and batil, not at the first place with personalities. Even following Imams of our time is based on the fact that they are haq. Even following Imam Mahdi is based on “haq and batil criteria”, otherwise everyone can claim that he is imam mahdi. “Not following someone, merely because he is not infallible” is a wrong attitude. For not following him, him not being haq should be proved. Now, if one can prove that the one at the top of a front, group, society is not in the haq direction, then he will not follow him. And, if one refuses to follow, because he says that he isn’t able to detect if this Leader is right or wrong, he actually isn’t able to detect what right and wrong is. This is the problem with some individuals I am talking about. But, those who have found out the right path and jointed it and are helping its Leader, consequently they will join Imam Mahdi’s front and help him. Since, they are now in the right place and so is Imam Mahdi, unless they change. But as for the others, those who are not in the right direction, those who are not able to detect what is right and wrong and has postponed using Islamic criteria and aql, those who are not Muslim, those who are worshiping sun and moon, etc., they will not follow Imam Mahdi, unless they change. This is the difference between these two groups living during the gheybah. Brother, I posted all those contents so that we discontinue bring up this Masum or non-Masum guardianship issue. Do we read each other's posts carefully. Off course, Masum has preference over all and in all matters, but how can it have anything to do with extent of Islamic rulings. As Imam Khomeini says: So, by limiting authority of a Wali Faqih, we are limiting implementing Islamic rulings. Yes, for example, it can be discussed whether Khums should be paid to a Wali Faqih or paying it to every qualified marja is permissible. Here, firstly, in fact the discussion isn’t about extent of authority of a Wali faqih, but the discussion is about whether the issue of Khums is a matter related to the affairs of government, hence within the territory of a Wali Faqih authority, or it’s merely a personal fiqhi issue where everyone follows their own marja. In other words, actually the discussion is about masadiq (cases and instances) and not mafahim (concepts). Secondly, we are not going to refuse to give authority of Masum to a non-Masum and refuse to implement Islamic rulings, because at the end of the day we will do our duty and pay the Khums. So do these people even know what they are saying when they say we can’t give the authority of a Masum to a non-Masum? Imam Khomeini was right when he said that even many ulema don’t know what Islam is. May Allah forgive these Akhonds. Allah knows how much they have caused problem for Islam and Muslims, how much they have limited Islam and implementing its rulings throughout the history, and how much they have given the authority over Muslims to Shahs, Molouk , president and other tawaqit. Aren't those who refused to implement Islamic rulings in the society and give the authority to a qualified person responsible for paving the ground for a person like Saddam taking the power? Alhamdulilah, Imam Khomeini wasn’t like them and Alhamdulilah for him giving us this Revolution and letting us get rid of these self-appointed Shahs, Alhamdulilah for him not being like these Pope-like Akhond’s: “I am not one of those mullahs who merely sit with rosary beads in hand. I am not the Pope to perform certain ceremonies on Sundays only, spending the rest of my time imagining that I am a sultan and not concerning myself with any other affairs. This is where the key to Islamic independence lies. This country must be rescued from these difficulties.” Decisions are made and actions are taken in every government. These are either by a faqih or by a/some non-faqih(s). So, Welayat does exist in every society, we are either giving it to a faqih or a/some non-faqih(s). The form of welayat and executer(s) are the things that change, not its existence. That being said, now what do those who say that “we can’t give the welayat to a faqih” mean? If they mean this authority (these decisions and actions) in the society can’t be given to a faqih because of nature of authority itself, since this authority necessarily exists, as a result they are giving it to a/some non-faqih(s) (either non-faqih with Islamic rules like had, ghesas etc. or non-faqih with non-Islamic rules –high level of secularism) unless they believe there should be no form of government and establishment; pure Anarchism. If they believe that “there is no problem in the authority itself and these decisions and actions can be and should be made and taken, but giving this authority to a non-Masum is too much and Islamically haram and authority should be divided among many individuals”, then they should provide proofs for this claim that where and how in Islam it says that one person shouldn’t take this responsibility, whether through Aqli method or naqli (Ayat and Ahadith) one. However, even if they prove this, they have not disproved Welayat of Fuqaha, which is another form of Welayat Faqih. Let’s divide the paragraph above: -There should be no form of government (Anarchism-not necessarily chaos, but no rule, hence no ruler): I don’t think anyone here and among others opposed to Welayat Faqih believe in it. -There should be government, but not Islamic one (Secularism): This means that Islam either lacks rules for establishment or lacks the most appropriate rules. -There should be government and the rules should be Islamic ones and based on Islamic laws (Fiqh), but the government shouldn’t be or shouldn’t be necessarily at the hand of scholars (fuqaha/faqih): Due to the reasons I will provide in the next post, Insha’Allah, government with Islamic rules but without a scholar/faqih ruler is impossible. In other words, Faqih ruler is a necessity for Islamic rules. -There should be rules, Islamic rules and faqih rulers, not just one faqih at the top of the government: Firstly, this should be proved that why one qualified faqih taking the responsibility of the government is impermissible, but some faqih's isn’t. Moreover, even if it’s proved, this form of government is another form of Welayat Faqih. Do we have another possibility apart from the ones above? Now that we are living during the gheybah time, we should try the best form of government in which Islamic laws are not shut down. This is a duty. This is similar to us following our marja. Living during the time of ghaybah and lacking all the blessings we have during the time of reappearance in which we can directly follow our Imam’s opinions will not justify postponing Islamic rulings and refusing to do our duties. So, we use a marja, based on a criterion which is Islam, because we have found this way the best way possible and available to take our responsibility and justify our amal (actions), otherwise our amal won’t be justified. This is a duty, as choosing a qualified faqih (or even some faqihs) at the top of the government to carry out and implement Islamic rulings that need a person to be implemented is a duty, while neither of them are zatan Masum, neither Marja nor Wali Faqih. But some will follow Marja and at the same time present excuses to not follow Wali Faqih, while if these excuses are valid, they are valid regarding the issue of following a Marja too. It doesn’t make any differences. At the end of the day, one, and just one, of the available options will be implemented, no matter which individual or group has decided it to be so. I am talking about the necessity of having a last word and necessity of obeying it by all the people, provided the one who has the last word has the required conditions: knowledge, justice and wisdom.
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