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    • It's NOT like shopping at a grocery store that sells alcohol, It's like INVESTING in that store, which logically, would be hard to justify.     OP- Question: Is it permissible to invest in companies who deal in part, in intoxicating drinks without the possibility of separating one’s investment from that of the others in that line of production? Answer: It is not permissible to participate or deal in the production of intoxicating drinks. https://www.sistani.org/english/qa/01227/
    • It is not only people who follow WF who see the clear problem with fitna mongering. More importantly, addressing someone who is causing fitna, is not the same as causing fitna.
    • It's a dangerous and divisive label created and used by a Shia political movement (Iranian Wilayat al Faqeeh) against other Shia groups or movements that don't share their views such as the Shirazi movement.  The accusation is that Shirazis and their supporters are allegedly working for the British intelligence services to destroy Islam from within by creating Fitna and tension between Sunnis and Shias; yet they happily slander and accuse a Shia Marja'/Jurist such as Sayed Shirazi, amongst many other esteemed scholars with horrible slander in the name of 'Islamic unity'. I pray that anyone using such labels against others understands that it is their use of such divisive labels that is creating and fueling Fitna. Before talking about 'Islamic unity', stop dividing Shias.     
    • I am not going to waste my time watching a video from nasibis. But to give some context to the subject being talked about: according to wikipedia only about 19% of shias are arabs:   I dont think its strange that arabs speak their own language better than non arabs. Not to say that tajweed is not important, but its not so strange for a foreigner not to be able to speak the language as good as the natives. That does not make you a bad muslim likewise, reciting the holy Quran perfectly at dhuhr and decapitating some poor muslim from the "wrong sect" at maghrib does not make you a good muslim.  
    • I feel very strong about hypocrites. I stand by what I said. He is a clown who is entertaining his crowd whilst getting checks from Shirazi.
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