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  1. Aggressive posture (of USA)

    My comment to occurrance in the world is simple : We can not control other human actions, but we can control ourselves action. Approval of Allah SWT upon ourselves controlship will increase when our knowledge from the teaching of Ahlul Bayt a.s. increases. Hence, it is necessary to learn, study, investigate the tenet, teaching of Ahlul Bayt a.s.
  2. Thanks. It is simple and guiding to explore, investigate the behavior(attitude, talk and action) of them so that human can use them as example (uswatun hasanah). We will know what should a man supposed to do from Ali a.s. dan what should a woman supposed to do from Fatima a.s.
  3. US-UK-France Launch Attacks on Syria

    About the reaction to my post above : Do Allah SWT put a proper human into naar/hell based on His (Allah SWT)'s hateness to his/human action/attitude or based on His (Allah SWT)'s lovingness to His (Allah SWT) creation ?
  4. Criticize the user above you

    Ok, i critisize you to talk a bit more simple (or more elaborate ?) so i can easily understand. What is the meaning of : this time is is better to ? What i catch/understand is we try to apply the tawashaw bil haq now, is it ? (I have been through many things, but i do not forget you advise me to introduce wilayah faqih for my family with introducing some ayat from Al-Qur'an. I hope Allah SWT give you best reward. But i forget the thread of your post. And the process of introducing is not simple for human who does not whatsoever to the hegemony power of Allah SWT. Also especially for me, who still learn from Ahlul Bayt a.s.'s teaching literature. I hope you may let me know the book of wilayah faqih for beginner, child and stranger).
  5. Criticize the user above you

    What level of tawashaw bil haq is this ?
  6. Men in the West are becoming Feminized

    I tend to learn what is the meaning of man to be a man and a woman to be a woman from Al Qur'an and Hadist point of view. What is exactly the job inherently given by Allah SWT to a man and/or a woman. And if his job is not fulfilled then is he still a man and/or a woman ?
  7. Aggressive posture (of USA)

    Propaganda machine of aggressiveness at best ? https://www.globalresearch.ca/out-of-26-major-editorials-on-trumps-syria-strikes-zero-opposed/5636762 Out of 26 Major Editorials on Trump’s Syria Strikes, Zero Opposed By Adam Johnson Global Research, April 19, 2018 FAIR 18 April 2018 Region: Middle East & North Africa Theme: Media Disinformation, Militarization and WMD, US NATO War Agenda In-depth Report: SYRIA 24 4 0 30 A survey by FAIR of the top 100 papers in the US by circulation found not a single editorial board opposed to Trump’s April 13 airstrikes on Syria. Twenty supported the strikes, while six were ambiguous as to whether or not the bombing was advisable. The remaining 74 issued no opinion about Trump’s latest escalation of the Syrian war. This is fairly consistent with editorial support for Trump’s April 2017 airstrikes against the Syrian government, which saw only one editorial out of 47 oppose the bombing (FAIR.org, 4/11/17). The single paper of dissent from last year, the Houston Chronicle, didn’t publish an editorial on last week’s bombing. Seven of the top 10 newspapers by circulation—USA Today,Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, New York Post,Chicago Tribune, Newsday and Washington Post—supported the airstrikes. The New York Daily News and San Jose Mercury News offered no opinion, while the New York Times (4/13/18) was ambiguous—mostly lamenting the lack of congressional approval, but not saying that this meant the strikes were illegal or unwise. “Legislation should…set limits on a president’s ability to wage war against states like Syria,” is the Times’ conclusion. A complete list of editorials on the airstrikes can be viewed here. Almost every editorial spoke in the same Official, Serious tone that demanded “action” be taken and “international norms” be “enforced.” Some, such as theWall Street Journal (4/16/18), went further, insisting on a wider war against the Syrian regime, Iran and/or Russia in vague but menacing terms. “Only…with the departure of the Assad regime, will it be possible to ensure that Syrians do not suffer more atrocities,” the Washington Post (4/14/18) editorialized. “Barack Obama dealt Mr. Trump a bad hand by letting Russia, Iran and China believe they could advance their goals of regional domination without US resistance,” the Journal insisted. “In Syria as elsewhere, Mr. Trump has to decide if he wants to ratify that American retreat or develop a strategy to stop it.” The mid-market Toledo Blade (4/15/18) punched above its weight class and delivered the most bellicose and jingoistic editorial of them all with “The West Stands Up”: If Assad regime officials find themselves catching up on news from the greater Northwest Ohio region, they will surely take heed. None of the top 100 newspapers questioned the US’s legal or moral right to bomb Syria, and all accepted US government claims to be neutral arbiters of “international law.” Many editorials handwrung about a “lack of strategy” or absence of congressional approval, but none so much that they opposed the bombing. Strategy and legal sanction are add-on features—nice but, by all accounts, not essential. The total lack of editorial board dissent is consistent with major papers’ tradition of uniform acceptance of US military action. The most influential paper in the country, the New York Times, has not opposed a single US war—from the Persian Gulf to Bosnia, to Kosovo to Iraq to Libya to the forever war on ISIS—in the past 30 years. The scope of debate among major editorial boards is not if Trump should bomb the Syrian regime, but how much bombing he should undertake—and when, roughly speaking, he should maybe get around to letting Congress know. * Adam Johnson is a contributing analyst for FAIR.org. The original source of this article is FAIR Copyright © Adam Johnson, FAIR, 2018
  8. I still remember my friend whose ancestor lives behind the building of Taj Mahal told me that a lot of treasure in Taj Mahal looted by British. https://www.globalresearch.ca/behind-theresa-mays-humanitarian-hysterics-the-ideology-of-empire-and-conquest/5636652 Behind Theresa May’s ‘Humanitarian Hysterics’: The Ideology of Empire and Conquest By Colin Todhunter Global Research, April 18, 2018 Region: Asia, Middle East & North Africa Theme: History, Militarization and WMD, US NATO War Agenda 88 18 4 113 Until the 17th century, India was the richest country in the world and had controlled a third of global wealth. Political unity and military security helped evolve a uniform economic system, increased trade and enhanced agricultural productivity. Once the British had colonised India and left, it was a basket case. Indian politician and writer Shashi Tharoor (image below) has documented the state the British left India in. They looted the country and the British legacy was 16 per cent literacy, a life expectancy of 27, practically no domestic industry and over 90 per cent living below the poverty line. Once Britain lost its empire, it managed to secure a degree of global influence by throwing in its lot with the US as a junior partner in Washington’s quest for global hegemony. And if the 21st century tells us anything so far, it is that the centuries’ old colonialist mentality of the British state has not gone away: the mindset of Empire, conquest and duplicity persists. In 2015, the then UK prime minister David Cameron said he felt deeply moved by the image of a Syrian boy dead on a Turkish beach. As pressure mounted on the UK to take in more of those fleeing to Europe from Syria and other war zones, Cameron added that the UK would fulfill its “moral responsibilities.” On hearing Cameron’s words about ‘morality’, how many would not have failed to detect the hypocrisy? According to former French foreign minister Roland Dumas, Britain had planned covert action in Syria as early as 2009. And writing in The Guardian in 2013, Nafeez Ahmed discussed leaked emails from the private intelligence firm Stratfor, including notes from a meeting with Pentagon officials, that confirmed US-UK training of Syrian opposition forces since 2011 aimed at eliciting “collapse” of Assad’s regime “from within.” According to retired NATO Secretary General Wesley Clark, a memo from the Office of the US Secretary of Defense just a few weeks after 9/11 revealed plans to “attack and destroy the governments in seven countries in five years,” starting with Iraq and moving on to “Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran.” Clark argues that this strategy is fundamentally about control of the region’s vast oil and gas resources. In 2009, Syrian President Assad refused to sign a proposed agreement with Qatar that would run a pipeline from the latter’s North field through Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria and on to Turkey, with a view to supply European markets in direct competition with Russia. Assad refused to sign and instead pursued negotiations for an alternative $10 billion pipeline plan with Iran crossing Iraq and into Syria that would also potentially allow Iran to supply gas to Europe. The West agreed that Assad must go. And this is where Britain and the West’s concerns really lie: facilitating the geopolitical machinations of financial institutions, oil companies and war profiteers in the form of arms manufacturers. Ordinary people are mere ‘collateral damage’ left dying in or fleeing war zones that the West and its allies created. Any ‘outrage’ about an alleged chemical weapons attack by the ‘monster’ Assad on ordinary Syrians must be seen for what it is. The West’s brutal oil and gas wars are twisted as ‘humanitarian’ interventions for public consumption. When it suits, for example, these people are to be showered with fake sympathy and mock outrage by politicians through a media-driven campaign orchestrated to stir up mass emotion about victims of a (staged made-for-TV) gas attack in Douma. The goal is to manufacture consent to get a war-weary public onside for further killing and mayhem in Syria. Imperial conquest In 2014, former British Ambassador to Uzbekistan Craig Murray told a meeting at St Andrews University in Scotland that the British Government is deeply immoral and doesn’t care how many people its kills abroad if it advances it aims. He said the UK was a state that is prepared to go to war to make a few people wealthy. He added that Libya is now a disaster and 15,000 people were killed when NATO (British and French jets) bombed Sirte. Murray told his audience: As far as Iraq is concerned, Murray said that he knew for certain that key British officials were fully aware that there weren’t any weapons of mass destruction. He said that invading Iraq wasn’t a mistake, it was a lie. At the start of the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, President George W. Bush ordered the U.S. military to conduct a devastating aerial assault on Baghdad, known as “shock and awe.” (Source: Consortiumnews) Over a million people have been killed via the US-led or US-backed attacks on Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria. Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, so we were told. It did not. That was a lie and hundreds of thousands have paid with their lives. We were told that Gaddafi was a tyrant. He used the nation’s oil wealth well by presiding over a country that possessed some of the best indices of social and economic well-being in Africa. Now, thanks to Western backed terror and military conflict, Libya lies in ruins. Russia is a threat to world peace because of its actions in Ukraine, we are told. It is not. The US helped instigate the overthrow of the government in Kiev and has instigated provocations, sanctions and a proxy war against an emerging Russia. But this is the plan: to turn countries into vassal states of the US, or for those that resist, to reconstruct (destroy) them into fractured territories. And Britain continues to stand shoulder to shoulder with the US throughout as much of Syria, Libya and Iraq now lies in ruins. Theresa May’s recent eulogies to morality and humanitarianism surrounding both the Skripal case and events in Douma are hollow rhetoric: part of the ongoing psyops being waged on the public to encourage people to regard what is happening in the world as a disconnected array of events in need of Western intervention. These events are not for one minute to be regarded by the public as the planned brutality of empire and militarism, preservation of the petro-dollar system and the encircling and intimidation of Russia, China and Iran with military hardware. Tim Anderson (author of ‘The Dirty War on Syria’) argues that where Syria is concerned western culture in general has favoured its worst traditions: This assessment rings true for Libya, Afghanistan and Iraq as it does for Syria. In the book ‘Late Victorian Holocausts’, the author Mike Davis writes that millions in India were dying of starvation when Lord Lytton (head of the British government in India) said, He dismissed any idea of feeding the starving as “humanitarian hysterics”. There was plenty of food, but it was held back to preserve prices and serve the market. Returning to Shashi Tharoor, he notes a speech to the British House of Commons in 1935 by Winston Churchill who said that the slightest fall from the present standard of life in India means slow starvation, and the actual squeezing out of life, not only of millions but of scores of millions of people. That after almost 200 years of British rule. According to Tharoor, this “squeezing out of life” was realized at the hands of Churchill in the six to seven million Indian deaths in the WW2 Bengali Holocaust. Fast-forward to 2018 and despite Theresa May’s crocodile tears, hundreds of thousands in various countries are still dying today due to the same imperialist mindset. “Humanitarian hysterics” are for public consumption as the “squeezing out of life” continues according to plan. * Colin Todhunter is a Asia-Pacific Research correspondent; he is also a frequent contributor to Global Research.
  9. http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/49250.htm Independent Journalist Finds No Evidence of Chemical Weapon Attack In Douma Watch - One America News Network Pearson Sharp visited the war-torn town of Douma outside the capital of Damascus, looking for evidence of a chemical attack. However, residents there deny the claims of an attack, and say it was staged to help the rebels escape. There have been no independent confirmations that the bombed sites had any connection to chemical weapons. Posted April 17, 2018
  10. https://www.rt.com/news/424563-douma-boy-chemical-video/ HomeWorld News Staged suffering? Interview with boy in Douma video raises more doubts over ‘chem attack’ Published time: 19 Apr, 2018 10:47Edited time: 19 Apr, 2018 12:40 Get short URL Hassan Diab (left) featured in the video of the alleged chemical attack in Douma -CAPTION / RT 12088 6 The boy portrayed as a ‘victim’ in a video of the alleged chemical attack in Douma has told a Russian TV crew that he was asked to go to hospital, where people “grabbed” him and started “pouring water” over his head. Panic, fear, screaming adults and frightened children featured in the purported footage of the aftermath following the alleged chemical attack in the Eastern Ghouta city. The video has been circulated by mainstream media since April 7 after being posted by the so-called Douma Revolution group. The group is one of the organizations, along with the notorious rebel-linked White Helmets, that has claimed government troops were the culprits behind the reported chemical attack. One of the main ‘characters’ in the footage is a soaked boy, who is seen being sprayed with water by people who claim to be ‘rescue workers.’ It’s not clear whether they are doctors from the hospital, human rights activists, or White Helmets members. The latter usually make such videos and send them to news agencies, including Reuters. Russian broadcaster VGTRK said it found the boy in the video, who appeared to be 11-year-old Hassan Diab. His story differed from the one presented by the activists and later propagated by the mainstream media. He was in the basement with his mother, who said they ran out of food, when they heard some noise outside. READ MORE: Douma ‘gas attack’ aftermath footage shows opposition groups moving victims’ bodies (GRAPHIC VIDEOS) “Somebody was shouting that we had to go to the hospital, so we went there. When I came in, some people grabbed me and started pouring water over my head,” he told Evgeny Poddubny, a war correspondent from Russian broadcaster VGTRK. Hassan confirmed that he was the boy in the video, and was very scared when the whole situation unfolded. He is now fine and shows no symptoms of having experienced a chemical attack two weeks ago. He was eventually found by his father, who said he didn’t hear about any chemical attack that day. “I went to the hospital, walked upstairs, and found my wife and children. I asked them what had happened, and they said people outside were shouting about some smell, and told them to go to the hospital. At the hospital, they gave dates and cookies to the kids,” he said. One of the medical workers, who was reportedly on shift at the time, said he was surprised by the sudden influx. “Some people came here and washed people. They said: ‘Chemical attack. Chemical attack.’ We didn’t see any chemical attack symptoms,” he added. He did, however, say that there were many people with respiratory problems as a result of dust from recent bombings in the city. Social media posts and the White Helmets’ report were enough for the US, UK and France to launch a series of strikes on Syria on April 14. The announcement of the strikes came hours before the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) team was scheduled to arrive in Douma to determine whether chemical weapons had been used there. READ MORE: Moscow has ‘irrefutable’ evidence chem attack in Syria’s Douma was staged – Russia’s envoy to OPCW “The boy agreed to play this role for food. Then the video was circulated across the globe and became the ‘evidence’ which served as an excuse for the US, the UK and French airstrikes [against Syria],” Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova wrote on Facebook. Moscow is planning to show the video about Hassan at the next meeting of the UN Security Council, Russia’s UN envoy Vassily Nebenzia told Rossiya 1 on Thursday. Editorial note: The headline and introduction to this story have been changed to better reflect the statements of the boy interviewed by the Russian TV crew.
  11. Aggressive posture (of USA)

    Aggessiveness is an act/behavior of looser/pecundang, https://www.google.co.id/search?q=Aggessiveness+is+an+act%2Fbehavior+of+looser&rlz=1C1JZAP_enID736ID737&oq=Aggessiveness+is+an+act%2Fbehavior+of+looser&aqs=chrome..69i57.2187j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
  12. https://www.rt.com/shows/crosstalk/424447-dna-us-bush-obama/ Aggressive posture Published time: 18 Apr, 2018 07:53Edited time: 18 Apr, 2018 13:29 © Kevin Lamarque / Reuters 63 Does American foreign policy possess a specific DNA? It would seem so. It doesn’t matter who the president is. It doesn’t matter which party controls the White House. One can easily ask the following question: Is Trump’s time in office serving George W. Bush’s third term or Barack Obama’s third term? The neocons are firmly in the saddle. CrossTalking with Hillary Leverett, Michael Patrick Flanagan, Don DeBar.
  13. Oneness of Allah

    Due to raise in knowledge level in understanding the oneness of Allah SWT ===> for common human, due to raise in eagerness, tools in understanding all of His creations (including himself/common human) making the level of science of the word, utilization of earth and what is in its above (plant, animal, sun, planet etc) and below (minerals etc) better for the goodness human being in this dunia and akhirat.
  14. Oneness of Allah

    Who teach you/us/human in understanding the oneness of Allah SWT ? - Ahlul Bayt a.s. What is the consequence of understanding the oneness of Allah SWT ? - Due to raise in knowledge level in understanding the oneness of Allah SWT, we do thanks/syukr to Allah SWT and to the teacher (Ahlul Bayt a.s.). Thanking is one of act of loving Ahlul Bayt a.s.