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Shia-Guerilla

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  1. Most of what is said in the article is OK and it is great to see someone repent after sinning, and very remarkable for a singer. The problem isn't in declaring music haram (which it is), the problem is that he has chosen the wrong sect in islam.
  2. This thread was created before. It didn't get any response but in the chatroom I did get a good admin to do it. But now my name is screwed again.
  3. Whatever these people know about the Imams (a.s), they never benefited anything from their knowledge.
  4. Haha, the "nifty" was a joke by an admin, but luckily I got another admin to remove it.
  5. I don't think that someone above the age of 10 should be believing in myths and hoaxes.
  6. It happens step by step. Once you are convinced that there is a creator, you will start looking for the correct relation for that creator. Once you accept Islam, submitting to the Creator (SWT), by logic and by reading the Quran and realizing its miracles, you will deduce that it says nothing but the truth, among which is heaven and hell.
  7. Nope I'm the same guy, changed my name. Actually I wanted it to be Shia-Guerilla. I never asked for the "nifty".
  8. I wonder if I am still considered to be one of those. I swear by Allah (SWT) that I have been a shi'i all my life and that I only created my infamous thread after a short while of believing sunni fabrications and misinterpreting the Quran myself. In the thread I have stated that I talked to a sheikh and that I am back on the straight path more than I ever was. I think alot of people accepted me, whereas some users remained extremely malicious towards me. It is obvious however that I wouldn't have made up a story of converting to sunni Islam if I wanted to fake being a shia. Monitor my post guys, you will realize I'm being sincere and far from being a troll.
  9. That was cool. I'm just glad it wasn't another Gangnam Style mimick.
  10. If Hezb didn't reform back then we would all be speaking Persian by now. Lol just kidding bro, but lets get real, in Lebanon you could always find **** to talk about anyone, any party, any leader. Idealism is not the way to go in Lebanon.
  11. He never did in the interview, I just said I wouldn't be surprised he did due to the way he seems to approach things. I don't seem him talking like the avarage marja3, even the interviewer was surprised.
  12. I'm talking about Mojtaba Al Shirazi and his excessive cursing and cussing. As for the interview, the controversial statement is at the 20 or 23 minute mark.
  13. I watched bits of an interview with him and I wouldn't be surprised if he said those things. Extremely weird. In the interview he does say things like "Either let them convert to Islam or die". Never seen a weirder Ayotollah except maybe Al-Shirazi. This is the full interview in arabic: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOgsm8B6JJ0
  14. Can't believe I missed this, I hate Khaled El Daher to death. That said, the pig deserved it. You can't hate anyone more than nawasib, except wanna be secularist nawasib.
  15. I have no idea who it was though his voice reminds of someone. But why would he be an idiot?
  16. Hahahahahahaha I would agree about that. This reminds me of a friend who told me he was gonna "order" his driving license soon (typical bad boy whose unkle is a "mas2ool" in Amal). On a maybe slightly unrelated note, here is a video of some Hizb Action in Kafra, this was quite a while back: :D
  17. Hezb get caught up in "ego problems" too (kel wa7ad bye3male 7alo mas2ol), yet they're allright. Anarchism is a lebanese thing. And they survived the loss of Musa Al Sadr, they're gonna survive the loss of Berri (Allah ytawel b 3omro). If they don't, that would be sad in my opinion.
  18. I agree with Roachy here. Imagine yourself viewing this from a neutral standpoint, we would look like biased idiots. We'd look like nawasib watching fake videos about shia and believing them. News can be taken sometimes for granted but this is painfully obvious, and we do not need these things to understand how they are wrong.
  19. lol, there are some bad seeds in Amal but you can't just remember them for that. Maybe not all of the remaining half responded, but definitely a quarter at least. Also, the aqeeda of Haraket Amal today seems to be underrated, while the image of thugs, while definitely there, overrated. Believe me, these guys are at the very least still taking their work seriously on a social and religious level, at least the ones I know.
  20. Alhamdulillah, I have been feeling so much better lately. Now where you at admins? I need that name change! :P I mentioned it in the thread which is now closed (on my request though). I think it is still visible. Basically he was a relative of mine, a sheikh, and it was private so there was no embaressment. Basically it was clearing of stupid misconceptions I had believed and some of my own misinterpretations.
  21. Thank you, and I hope that wasn't meant sarcastically, I was only misguided for a short while after believing some sunni [Edited Out]. I was a shia all my life though, I think you missed the thread. In the thread created here, people gave me a wake up call, and I decided to talk to a sheikh I knew who then completely cured me of my ignorance. :)
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