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  1. I know Sunni version from life of ahl al-bayt. I know difference of kafi and bukhari. I know your evidence and evidence of ahl al-sunnah. I am not trying to debate, but to learn and understand. Brother in what I do now I AM following Quran. Fas2aloo ahl al thekr in kontom laa ta3lamoon. Quran did not tell us to go to the source, it did not tell us to go to see the Ahadith. Quran told us to go to ahl al thekr. And that in this Ayah means Ulema. I was thinking, this farum has many people, who have high knowledge of Fiqh, but seeking knowledge from here has proven itself difficult. So, what is phone number and skype address of Shia Alim from Iran, preferebly, or Iraq.
  2. I read the first article and there was not any mention about for whom and in which situation Jihad becomes compulsory. If it brings lots of difficulty for you to reply for my questions. Is it possible for you to give me a phone number for knowledgeable Alim from Iran? Or skype ID and when he is there? Dont worry about the language. I am originally Finnish and quite recently converted, but I speak Arabic already.
  3. It is not. I dont mean to disrespect you people, but even Sunni major groups are quite easy to explain and easy to understand, but you people dont quote understand them, or their basics. This is NOT what I want from this question, not to argue, just to learn understanding of what does Shia Islam (twelvers) teach, what is absolutely enough that you are not deficient in Islam and you will go to paradise from the aspects, which I mentioned example of. Sunnis are 5 basic groups: salafi, tablegh (and they are not salafi), Ikhwan (not Salafi), sufis (not Salafi) and Jihadi (partly Salafi, about 50-75% maybe). Now, Salafis/wahhabis are those, who quote Ibn Taymeyah, Ibn Qayyem, Muhammed Bin Abdul Wahhab, Bin Baaz and Shaykh Albani and follow their teachings about Fiqh and speak about following mathabs blindly. But if some person completely disagrees on all of these Shaykhs and follows Imam Shafei for an example. Even , if he was making Jihad in Iran and believed in suicide bombings in Shia Masjids, he is not Salafi, because he does not follow their marjaa. He is just in some other way jahil. Being Salafi, etc is really a matter of marja. But even in Sufis and all mathabs there has often been some very extreme views on some subjects, but they has never been so popular. I bet EVEN in Shia Ithnaa Asheri you must have one, or two shaykhs, who their opinion was either that you must kill all Sunnis, if you have superiority over them. Or that you must give Sunnis chance of becoming Shia, or die. But this was probably never popular opinion. It is the same with Sunnis. But Salafis differ in the fact that many things, which are for us very unpopular opinions are for them popular. And many people for whom Sunnis say, he is doing nistake, salafists call him kafir.
  4. At the moment I would like to live in Finland. I am im a good situation that if I want, I can go and live in any country of the world, except in Palestine. I think, I can do more good for Islam in Finland, than in Iraq, or Iran. I kind of see it so that if there is new Muslim in Nabi time, he would probably have taught him Islam and sebt him to his own people calling them to islam.
  5. Assalaamo aleikom. From where can I complain about moderators of this forum? I recently had discussion on general topics named purpose of life. In which I asked what is purpose of life from Shia perspective and what you must do to be concidered a good Shia. It was very important topic for me, because I want to know this beforehand before I ever think even of being a Shia. Because Sunnis also first tell you, you must only say, there is no God, but Allah to go to Jannah. Then coming the five pillars. And then coming SOOO many things, you must do to be considered a good Muslim that it really becomes a huge burden. And if you dont do all this stuff, your either kafir, fasiq, etc. My topic was taken off the forum even I was not disrespectful, not promoting any ideology, but really wanting to know about the subject. Now, can someone return the subject, or do I have to do another 5 hours work of writing it all again before some moderator again takes it off even I dont do against any rules so that he can feel important and good about himself? Can someone give me on private phone number of some good Shia Alim from Iran, who would have time to explain me? I feel pretty darn dissapointed with you all. Give me someone else, who actually has knowledge of Shia Islam that I can leave you guys and delete my account. I am tired of trying to get knowledge from here, while people keep deleting my topics. Before you delete this one, please give me alternative source of information. And dont throw me with books and web site addresses, because it is useless and against example of your prophet and your imams. They did not throw someone with books, but actually taught them and gave them knowledge and showed example also.
  6. For Muhammed about Dawah. When it is compulsory for Shias and how much and how you must do Dawah? Dawah people of Sunni say, it is Dardul Kifayah, but they say, this is time of fitnah, so it has became Fard al Ein. But moreover for this they teach, you should devote one third of all your time for Dawah. If you can not, you should at least go for Dawah 3 days a month, 40 days a year apart from the 3 days monthly and spend every day 1 hour going to Muslim houses, telling them about Allah, make once in a week gathering people to Masjid for Islamic speach. And make Islamic lesson in Masjid and in your house daily. And attend to these activities and also attend, when group comes to your Masjid. And in their opinion, if you dont do all that, you are somewhat deficient, not very good Muslim. Salafis believe mostly, when you see someone doing something wrong, you say very straightforward that it is Haram. And if this person does not believe you, you must verbally attack him and demand him to change. For them Dawah means learning Quran in groups, debating with people and listening and making Khutbahs now and then in Masjid. Jihadis believe that in tine when government is not following Jihad, you must implement it by force by fighting with the state and forcing Islamic law on people. And after that punish by Sharia those who dont pray, dont pay zakat, etc. Now what are the Shia opinions of how Dawah should be made and Ikhtilaf in it? So what is most extreme and mildest opinion of Shias about
  7. Lile if Israel attacks Lebanon, or someone attacks Iran, is it compulsory for me , if I was Shia to go there and fight? If I didnt go and just stayed in Finland, would I be a sinner? How about if someone attacked Iran and you live there and Jihad is declared. Now, who must go and fight and who will stay back? And what is Ikhtilaaf in this? Thank you, brother Ibn Sohan. But this wikipedia page for an example does not mention Shia opinion of Jihad. I know partition of Jihad and Sunni opinion of my questions quite well, but dont know what ithnaa asheris teach about these questions. And what you must do and when to fill your obligation to Allah.
  8. Thanks, brother Muhammed. First I'd like to ask more about Jihad. Minor and major Jihad for me is quite clear. But I want a bit more information on this. For whom minor Jihad (Qetaal) is compulsory, Fardul Ein and when it is compulsory and who has the right to declare Jihad for all? And what is ikhtilaaf in opinion of this question with ithnaa asheri ulema?
  9. I meant that when I hear from Sunni, first when I come to Islam, they tell me that purpose of life is to worship Allah. And for that you must do five pillars of Islam. And they said, ok you do that and you already fill your responcibility and go to Jannah. But some further being with them, they have a lot of different versions, what you then must do. Whether spending all of the time in Afghan cave, or all of your time for doing Dawah. And this is what you must do to worship Allah correctly and be good Muslim, otherwise your somewhat deficient, or lazy, or fasiq, kafir, etc. Sorry that I didnt come up with better headline. I came here more to ask the religious/little bit extreme shia about opinion on this. Maybe better would have been.. What all things that you must do and believe so that you make Allah happy and are considered good Muslim so that no-one will come to say, you dont fill the requirements, or your lazy Muslim, bad Muslim, kafir, etc? A bit too long headline. Maybe purpose of life is still better. And I also want to know Ikhtilaf on this with Shia, if there are more, than one opinion with this.
  10. Assalaamu aleikum for all I am Salahuddeen, convert Muslim from Finland. I would like to ask quite wide question about Shia Islam. What according to Shia understanding (of religious Muslims in Iran) is the purpose of your life in larger concept and what differences of opinion do you have about it? Like about Sunni I know, some of the religious, affliated ones believe either in Jihad. They believe that you must establish Khalifate by way of Jihad and establish Sharia on people no matter they like it, or not and then do Jihad after that to submit all countries of the world for Islam. I am not a big fan of this way, because it is mostly ideology of Al Qaeda and movements like that. And they believe, your great sinner, if you dont do it. Means, spend all your life for Jihad in some Iraqi desert, or Afghan cave. Dawah Sunnis believe that calling people away from sin is Fard e Ein. Meaning, if you dont call people awsy from sin, you are a sinner. And they believe, this is age of Fitnah, so all must devote all of their time for this endeavour. I agree on calling people away from sin. But not completely all of the time. If I must do it all the time and spend months and years out of work and out of my home, I find it a bit hard for myself. And many Sunnis believe that if there was an Islamic country, you must move there, or it is compulsory, or almost compulsory. What do you believe on this? Is it compulsory for someone to move to Iran, because it is Islamic country? Im interested to know, what is Shia stand of these subjects and what you have to DO to be a good Shia. I mean apart from Salah, Zakat, Hajj, not doing Haram. Above these what Shias believe, you must do to be good Muslim? How about Shia, if he dislikes to curse Sahabah, or anyone, even Moaweyah, or Yazed, or even Israel. And if he dislikes anyone speaking to him to make lanah in front of him for anyone. Is one considered bad Shia for this, if he agree they are all bad, or you believe something being wrong with his Aqeedah? Also one question. Do you believe, like if someone has good business and he earns like a million dollars a year and pays from this money zakat and maintains with it all by himself Shia Masjids and Shaykhs and Islamic Madrasahs outside the country snd gives Hezbollah, Ayatollah, etc large contributions. Do you believe, one can by this attain high position, higher, than many Ulema, who teach Islam and many Mujahids and even Shuhada? Or do you believe like many Sunni that this person gets only reward according to the part, he is spending? Meaning that if he has 100 million dollars anf he contributed 10 millions, his reward is equal to someone, who has 100 DOLLARS and he gave 10 dollars? Thank you before for replying, who found it in his heart to reply for me.
  11. Assalaamu aleikum for all I am Salahuddeen, convert Muslim from Finland. I would like to ask quite wide question about Shia Islam. What according to Shia understanding (of religious Muslims in Iran) is the purpose of your life in larger concept and what differences of opinion do you have about it? Like about Sunni I know, some of the religious, affliated ones believe either in Jihad. They believe that you must establish Khalifate by way of Jihad and establish Sharia on people no matter they like it, or not and then do Jihad after that to submit all countries of the world for Islam. I am not a big fan of this way, because it is mostly ideology of Al Qaeda and movements like that. And they believe, your great sinner, if you dont do it. Means, spend all your life for Jihad in some Iraqi desert, or Afghan cave. Dawah Sunnis believe that calling people away from sin is Fard e Ein. Meaning, if you dont call people awsy from sin, you are a sinner. And they believe, this is age of Fitnah, so all must devote all of their time for this endeavour. I agree on calling people away from sin. But not completely all of the time. If I must do it all the time and spend months and years out of work and out of my home, I find it a bit hard for myself. And many Sunnis believe that if there was an Islamic country, you must move there, or it is compulsory, or almost compulsory. What do you believe on this? Is it compulsory for someone to move to Iran, because it is Islamic country? Im interested to know, what is Shia stand of these subjects and what you have to DO to be a good Shia. I mean apart from Salah, Zakat, Hajj, not doing Haram. Above these what Shias believe, you must do to be good Muslim? How about Shia, if he dislikes to curse Sahabah, or anyone, even Moaweyah, or Yazed, or even Israel. And if he dislikes anyone speaking to him to make lanah in front of him for anyone. Is one considered bad Shia for this, if he agree they are all bad, or you believe something being wrong with his Aqeedah? Also one question. Do you believe, like if someone has good business and he earns like a million dollars a year and pays from this money zakat and maintains with it all by himself Shia Masjids and Shaykhs and Islamic Madrasahs outside the country snd gives Hezbollah, Ayatollah, etc large contributions. Do you believe, one can by this attain high position, higher, than many Ulema, who teach Islam and many Mujahids and even Shuhada? Or do you believe like many Sunni that this person gets only reward according to the part, he is spending? Meaning that if he has 100 million dollars anf he contributed 10 millions, his reward is equal to someone, who has 100 DOLLARS and he gave 10 dollars? Thank you before for replying, who found it in his heart to reply for me.
  12. Assalaamu aleikum. I am reverted Muslim living in Seinäjoki, jouppi area. Allah johtakoon meita kaikkia. E-maili on islaminusko@hotmail.com
  13. Well, I think it is more up to intention. I have great Muslim brother here in Finland, new convert, that I would love to marry him to Syrian, or Palestinean girl. I myself like a lot better Syrian, Palestinean and Yemeni girls over Jordanean, Saudi, Qatari, Emirati, or Iraqi for someone. Because the latter are more proud, likely less religious and they have bigger mouth. I think, the families are a lot to blame also. No matter HOW poor we would be, my daughter would never do mutah, or marry someone for money, not for Islam. If there are widows, mokhles men should marry them. Lot of Finnish Muslim men would love to marry a Palestinean, or Syrian women, whose husband has died shaheed.
  14. The numbers they mostly give there are FAR too little. Like us, Finland, only 30000 Muslims and 17 of them have went for Syria. In rest of the western Europe we have 22 million Muslims, almost all Sunnies. If it is true and only around 500 went so far, then this is all in the very beginning. And they say, only 2500 altogether. I would expect that at least 10000 Arabs already already went there. Maybe Saudi fear of anti government Jihadist, for this they dont go to Syria in flocks already. But I know, especially with Sunnies from Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon they hate Assad so much.
  15. I understand that Shias try to prove their case from English language in this case. It is wrong claiming, la3nah does not mean curse. Because in English dictionary curse, the first and most used meaning is a prayer, or a wish for evil to befall on someone. That is what La3nah means. Fourth meaning of curse is swearing, or foul language on someone. Sabb means this. Not saba, sabb. Seen, baa, baa. Simularly sabb does not have one meaning. It also can mean in some cases word khatta2a. Or says, someone is wrong. I make the claim other way around. May Allah curse him. In Arabic this MEANING is not translated as Sabbahollaah. Sabbahollaah means, may Allah insult him. No English person would ever understand it like this. May Allah curse him means may Allah make evil befall on him. And that is translated in Arabic La3anahollaah. I am in the opinion that anyone caught cursing (in the meaning of La3nah) Sahabah in Sunni countries should be put in prison for long time, or given penalty of death. If you say that I cursed Stalin for an example. Not one out of 100 would understand this to mean, sababto Stalin. All would understand it as La3ento Stalin. This is all rhethoric. I dont want to ask , whether la3nah means curse meaning of foul lanfuage. I wanted to ask, why La3nah in your opinion can not be translated to meaning of curse, to pray, or wish undeternined evil to befall on someone? Then what other word in all English should be translated as la3nah? I dont seek for definition in English, but single word translation. As for Muta, I don't know ikhtilaf of Shia in it. But I read, if Shia marries another Shia, permission is not to be taken. But if he marries non-Muslim, or perhaps non-shia, permission of his wife must be taken. Abbas0. It is only natural to reply on that question with Muta. Because tge question itself was about unnatural forms of marriage.
  16. Are you sure, Zafar Bangashi is Sunni Alim? I know Pakistani and Indian Sunnis. They have berelwi, deobandi and Gheir Muqalled (salafists). Deoband and berelwi Ulema both wear hats. Gheir Muqalled don't. And they are Sunnis, so they consider beard compulsory. Wajib. And that is not just small one, but they must have big beard. So if this guy is from Pakistan, it is VERY hard to think, he is Sunni. He is certainly not Hanafi and his rethoric is not salafists. I would bet, he is Shia. If not, this is extremely funny situation hoper. You have here salafist Alim, who is pro Irani:- His evidence however is not accurate.
  17. I did not know, Lebanon and Irani shias were oppressed.. I Learn here something new every day.
  18. As for Misyar. It is discouraged by all Sunni Ulema. This kind of union is usually that someone did not need to do Zina. In Sunni and Shia there is in both Mahr al-moakhar. In Sunni you must give some sort of dowry. But I am against dowry traditions of Arab, Persian, Shia and Sunni. They often demand, man must pay 2000, 5000, even 10000 Euro for Mahr. This is a lot considering that many get less, than 200 Eiro a month. So his alternative is Haram. Religion_of_logic.. Is Misyar forbidden with you? Quite hard to think of that, as Mutah is not. But even in Shia I think. Lets say, two Shias studied in Mashhad before finding of oil. And both get food from their Islamic school. Is it in this case forbidden them to marry and for woman to say the man, he doesent need to provide her a house, or food. Because the guy might have just little money. Maybe both are in big need for sex and make Haram for that.This is very close to the misyar marriage. I think it is Halal with Shias. Misyar and marriages similar to misyar are made both in Shia and Sunni countries. Look, to marry a woman and not to tell his wife is not Halal. But even in Shia. If you are married to woman. You can ANY TIME take woman from streets of Teheran and make Mutah with her, you dont need to take permission from your wife. She might make Mutah 100 times a day and it is ok for you to do it. Because in Shia you will not be asked, if it is Halal for her, or not, but if it is Halal for you. I myself would really not mind if religious young Muslim man took my daughter to marry her, but could not provide her food, or house until finishing her studies. He could come and be with her, as he liked. Just not in front of me. But if someone, Shia, or Sunni would ask to have Mutah with my daughter. If I didn't kill the man, all the members of my family would crack his ribs and beat half of his tooth to his throat. For me that question translates as; can I please have zina with your virgin daughter and then leave her. I asked from one respectable Shia Arab family in Iran, they said that they would do the same. It is an insult saying you want mutah with their daughter. South_Lebanon. You are Arab. I asked you guys. How would you translate "may Allah curse him" in Arabic? Yeah, I know in Arabic you can use many words with different meanings, if used in different places. I am not sure, but probably you could say "curse" in Arabic. Istablaaho men Allah. But Arabs don't use that word. I still claim, Saba is not a word that Arabs use, if they wanted to curse someone. I still claim, la3ena means cursed in English. If anyone is saying, la3nah does not mean curse, translate this sentence im Arabic; "may Allah curse him" in language used by Arabs in general in such case. If there is no other translation, than la3anahollaah, end of game. Then la3nah means curse. I will see that video in my home later today, but I dont think it will change my opinion anywhere. I am still saying, clain that Ls3nah is request for removal of mercy and bot asking for curse is rethoric to please Sunnis and it is not correct.
  19. USA is not going to send manpads to rebels. Are you crazy? It would be used next against commercial US jets. Most aid provided to rebels is by Qatar and Saudia. I think, FSA and other Jihadist groups get equal aid from governments. But Jihadist groups get little extra from religious people on the ground in Saudia. USA is not supporting and they don't need to support rebels militarily. If Aleppo falls, Assad is done for. I hope it will be soon. Losing Aleppo would mean, FSA can send significant boost of troops to fight in many other areas of the country. Regime areas in Aleppo are completely surrounded. That means, rebels can get new troops and more weapons inside the city. And make surge of troops from Aleppo to fight in Idlib and move troops from Idlib to take major military locations inside Aleppo. But regime can not move troops in, or out of Aleppo and can not send supplies. So basicly day by day regime troops in Aleppo are getting less and less, while opposition can all the time get new recruits from cities north and south of Aleppo and new weapons from Turkey border. Regime troops in Aleppo are fighting a battle, they are going to lose. Regime troops in Aleppo and rebel troops in Homs city are in a similar situation. But Homs is not major and ultimate victory for the regime, while Aleppo is that for the rebels. Place where more, than 1,5 million Sunnis live. Place for LOTS of recruits. From Aleppo alone there is potential for 50.000-100.000 recruits for the rebels. But only, if they get full control of the city.
  20. Syria government most certainly does get help from Iran and Iraq. Iran just does not like to announce it. And they get arms and support from Russia, but not a lot. And your wrong about rebels bwing the reason why medicines don't reach Syria. Unicef asked Assad numerous times to get access to rebel held territories, but he did not permit that. Assad is doing the same and more to Syrian Sunni population, what America did for Iraq and will do for Iran in near future. Assad takes bakeries in special his target. And he bombed Aleppo and many other hospitals and makeshift clinics. People in here are quick to deny that. Claiming Assad and his troops never did anything wrong. But one of the main thing Assad tries to do is to punish local populace in places loyal to the rebellion and in insurgent hands. For sure with this strategy lots of Sunnis die and their living will be like hell. But in the end this will play into insurgent hands. The more Assad tries to press them, the more insurgents will get recruits. It is not like you said that only helpers of the rebels get aid. If rebels got unicef and other aid orgabizations access to their areas, for sure all would get food. Even Shia. But they have limited supplies of everything and you cant expect rebels to give money and cook food, etc for 5-10 million Syrians living in their areas. They are just 100.000-200.000 men and they while also fighting the Assad army cant each give 500 dollars a month, or feed all these people and deliver medicines. But if someone joins them, they can pay them, bec they are being paid from Saudi and Qatar. This is the simple logics in the ground. 5-10 million Syrians would get food, if Assad let them. But Unicef can not send it's cars to rebel-held areas, bec there is a fear, Assad jets would bomb them. So only some daring men themselves deliver the help. Point of this war is not Iran, brother. You fail to understand that this is holy war, Jihad to ALL the religious Sunnis. It is not about Iran for us. You have large amount of Ikhwan, Tablighi and Sufi involvement in FSA forces. Just bec you dont understand Sunnis. All these groups have been declared by Salafists to be misled, or outright Kafir. So we, all Sunnis believe that anyone, who opposes Assad for Allah and dies, is a martyr. Even if he was salafist. Even if he used to drink alcohol. And we believe, anyone who dies by his bombs in his home from Sunnis is a martyr. And every Euro sent to support the rebels is Sadaqah. As for any Sunni, who fought for Assad, if he was forced to do so, not out of his free will, with ittifaq of almost all Sunni Ulema he is not goinc to hell for that. However if there was Sunni, who fought for Assad and died in such a state, there is two opinions. Most non-Salafists Sunni Ulema from all groups you will find saying that even, if he lived perfect life, always prayed and never made another sin in his life, he will go to hell. Another opinion is that he will not get rewarded from it, but will not go to hell. This opinion is probably VERY little in Sunni Ulema. Because this is not war between Muslim and Muslim for equal cause. The right in Sunni Ulema opinion is overwhelmingly with the rebels, FSA, etc. Fight with Assad is for his secularism, oppression to Muslim groups and Muslims in general. He, Gaddafi, Ataturk, Saddam, Mubarak and many others were simply seen by all Sunnis as being evil from every aspect. What I can not accept from Shias is that they say, Shia majority countries should be ruled with Sharia, but every Sunni country should be ruled with secularism. We Sunnis want Sharia just as much, as religious Muslims in Iran. We want, alcohol and zina will be forbidden in Syria. But that can not be as long, as Assad stays in power. Moreover according to Sunni Islam, if you didnt want Sharia and wanted rule of kafirs, or jist non-Sharia law. Either this is major fisq, or something very close to kufr. So wanting to live like you Shias wished we lived in Syria is according to all Sunni Ulema rebellion against Allah and MAJOR Haram.
  21. The weapons USA thought of sending was comm equiptment, maybe body armor, maybe armored vehicles. And food and medicines to rebelheld territories. Usa whatever they sent will not be more, than 25% of what Saudia and Qatar are already sending. Assad is already getting food and medicines from aid organizations. It is diplomatically too delicate situation for USA to do anything. Because if they sent weapons to rebels and it was used by the rebels against US, or Israel.. It would be political suicide for Obama and many democrats. US will not send any major weapons help for the rebels. This is all diplomatic carrot fron USA. They created SNC and it is vital for US and Europe that it will be accepted by the rebels. But lately no-one supported them much. Qatar and Saudia are more concerned supporting troops on the ground, than western created councils. And rightfully the council said that it is not interested in meeting these countries to get more golden handshakes. They need some real help to show to their troops on the ground, or they lose their prestige. USA and Europe planned this SNC to be a tool to bring inclusive government to future Syria. But also SNC is meant to curb Salafist and Jihadist influence in future Syria. And SNC can not do the work designed to them. Because they don't get much help from anywhere.
  22. Zionists are on their toes on this one. There is no telling how this ends up for them. Even zionists are against Iran. And basicly the whole Muslim world is more, or less against them. For them there is not clear, good result for this war. If Syria ended up being free country with weak government and in grown Sunni and Shia militant groups, it would be extremely bad for them. It would be easy for Iran to arm Hezbollah, Sunni Jihadists are even more interested to shoot Scud with chemical weapons to Tel Aviv, than to Assad palace. Groups, like Jabhat al- Nusra just had their first Scud missile a while back. This is totally not what Israel wants. Robin Hood. Christian leaders all over Syria have been voicing that they are neutral in this conflict. For sure, FSA has one brigade made fully of Christians. And there are also Christian soldiers in SAA. But mainly they arw neutral in military side. They prefer not ro fight. Unlike Sunni Arabs and Turkmen, who are often ready to fight FSA. And Alewis, who are ready to fight for Assad. In future government Islamists are likely to get high presentation. Because a lot of those people, who feel grudge for Assad and his government will give either protest votes, or feel in debt to Islamists, who fought for them. All this war is just good PR for them. Because leftist fighters, what could they do? Very little. But Islamist fighters are the ones to take over air bases, win critical battles and stop collapse of frontier, when things get tough. The Sunnis, who support the rebels and many rebels themselves see Islamist fighters as yheir heroes. Even if they partly, or TOTALLY disagree with Salafist aqeedah. But future Syrian government will not be for Salafists. Who claims that future Syrian government will be run by salafists.. They base their claim on what? Numbers of salafists in Syria? They are less, than 1%. Or their weapons? If they were to occupy future Syria, they have one man for every 1000 Syrians. And very few tanks and no airplanes.
  23. Curse in Arabic is not seba. There are some other words used in similar meaning, like tachaqqaa, but it has other meanings too. La3ena is the verb used in Arabic for curse and la3nat in the meaning of curse. I would ask you people, how would you say "may Allah curse him" translated to Arabic? How would Arab say it? I speak Arabic and the only sentence I ever heard in the same meaning from Arab is "la3anahollaah." I would however like to hear from you correct translation in Arabic for this sentence "may Allah curse him." Shias don't curse only Sahabah. They curse Sunnies, Shias have even cursed me on more, than one occasion. And anyone, who disagrees with them, or opposes them, you hear shias of using foul language at them and cursing them. This video is far too long to watch now. But what I understood is that some Shia Ulema forbid cursing Sahabah only because as he put it. This hurts religious feelings of Sunnis. But as I understand it. This creates religious animosity between Shias and Sunnis hurting their both, religious and strategic goals. I know mostly what Shia believe about Sahabah. If Shias are in their countries and insult Umar, Abu Bakr, etc. It is their business. But if they come and do it in Saudia, Pakistan, Jordan, Egypt, etc and do the same. Then they should accept that if Sunnis in these countries ever catch them from doing that, they will get punished. In Sunni countries they in my opinion are not free to do it. It is a way of spreading Fitnah between religious groups. No Sunni saus RA after Yazid. I think there is ittifaaq of Sunni Ulema that he was fasiq. But with Muawiyah maybe. Even in my opinion Ali was more right, than him, but in Sunni opinion Muawiyah had as well justified cause. I am going to hear foul language from you because of what I said, but I only speak the truth :-) If you curse Yazed, because he drank alcohol, you dont curse Ayn al Haram. If you want to curse Ayn al - Haram, you say for an example. La3natollaahe 3alal kaathebeen. This is la3nah for 3ayn al Haram. Even Yazeed, sunni majority opinion is that, it is not good to curse him. I'd like to hear what our disgusting traditions and habits are?
  24. Israel has considered Golan bargaining chip with Syria. Now they seem to think that as there is a new conflict, they don't need to give it back. Any future Syria will have more serious concerns, than Golan.
  25. Just interested. If someone calls Hijabi woman raghead, or jokes about some person having beard and Islamic clothes. Is that punishable in Iran, or not? And punishable by what? How about cursing of Ali, Khadijah, or Fatimah, or Bilal in public? What is the punishment about that in Iran? What is punishment from those in Iran?
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