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Zigzag

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  1. Shias and sunnis can never unite, the division is too deep rooted. Just try to achieve mutual co-existance and that is as good as it gets.
  2. He never said BBC was unbiased , he said all media outlets have their stated aims/propaganda, some more than the others. Nowadays RT is beloved by bashar supporting shias because it is pro-assad pro-russia propaganda. BBC will be as neutral as you can get mate... don't kid yourself.
  3. Hardly any crushing done here. A nice debate though. Eva did not have good answers to counter and kept resorting to "don't interject me" pleas although she kept doing it herself. Dilly used good arguments, was short on evidence on some points, was spot-on on others. Dilly was absolutely unequivocal on his condemnation of Iran's role in Syria and KSA's role in Yemen. RT host / Eva were left speechless with that as they weren't really expecting that. RT tried to interject US attack in Mosul to counter any condemnation of Russia and got a straight forward no-bull[Edited Out] answer from Dilly. Quickly ended the discussion there then. Just because someone is against Iran/Bashar/Russia alliance does not make him sectarian exactly like you don't become sectarian being against GCC/US/UK alliance in yemen. It's all politics folks, calm down.
  4. ^^^ Your posts are the most un-biased , academic and truth seeking in nature that I have ever read on early Islamic history. May Allah bless you.
  5. Salam, Is there any details of who/how named Alin ibn Husayin as Zain al-Abidin ? Thanks
  6. How do you reconcile this with the fact that Ammar and ansar were on side of AbuBakr/Umar in their caliphates? Would they be on haqq as well?
  7. And hence forth a tribal feud becomes a religious feud then religious sects a few centuries further down.
  8. Can anyone give a reference of this, if possible?
  9. What is the relation between Imam Ali(a.s.) and region of hadarmawth? The secrets text says 'from hadarmawth'.
  10. Interesting. Thanks for this. Can you please share what is said in shia literature specifically about Nafi mawla ibn umar?
  11. Saddam and Gaddafi were as bad as Asad is now , but you obviously will hate saddam only because he generally oppressed shias. Syrian revolution was started by syrians, like the bahrainis. But bahraini dictators aren't half as bad as Assad in his repression. Torture, genocide, rape , extermination, burning people alive, barrel bombs, chemical weapons -- the list goes on and on. Bahraini clown hasn't done a fraction of this but doesn't matter, he is against shia iran ... Labbayik ! And by the way, a 'game' is played by two sides. I don't know what makes you think Iran/Assad/Putin/shias are lesser evils apart from they represent the political interests of your sect in the middle east.
  12. How about al-kafi ? Also a book of arab folklore ?
  13. And it's so funny all of a sudden shias are jumping up and down defending mass murderer putin in their zeal and deriding Turkey and erdogan -- a country that kept it's economic ties with Iran during sanctions, does not hate promote hatred of shia (erdogan himself attended ashura procession and on record saying no to shia/sunni conflict... ) Is opposing Assad such a big sin now?
  14. Putin on his own ? Suddenly he loves shias or what? He's bombing for charity ? His frigging allies are Iran/assad and thus to extend his sphere of influence from central asia and middle east. Same the west tries to do through europe and middle-east. Also, this either-or nihilistic definition of syrian conflict so prevalent amongst the shia reminds of either-with-us or against-us george bush style. You know very well syrian rebels comprise of various different groups. They are fighting ISIS and assad at the same time. FSA infact are the same as houthis, nationalist movement though comprising of overwhelmingly one sect. Keep crying for yemen but not for syrians because they don't align with the shia iran in their game. Putin, Iranian IRGC, hezbollah, iraqi shia militas enter syria because syrian gov. asked help from their ally against syrian rebels -->Shia response: Alhamdulillah, labbayik ya hussein .. Saudi, UAE forces entered yemen because yemeni gov. asked help from their ally against rebel houthis -->Shia response: Astaghfarilluah wahabi/yazidi/takfiri etc etc.
  15. And Putin is the shia messiah ! His entry in the syrian affairs have turned the tide for shias/iran/bashar.
  16. And why shouldn't followers of Hussain (a.s.) be brought into this? Just at look shiachat.com itself... Filled with signs of qiyamath and prophecies geared towards supporting Bashar/Iran. Are shias not justifying every massacre, every pogrom by rallying calls of shia islam? Is not defence of shia shrines and shia faith the number one call to defend filthy Bashar? And how is Iran vs Saudi a frigging sectarian comment? It is a fact ! The two mad countries have ripped apart the muslim world for their own games. I care a rat's ass about saudi kings or iranian ayatollahs and I can plenty of sunnis with me. Hardly ever come across a shia with similar thoughts. You lot seem to be happy that it's pay back time.
  17. Nothing sinister except for minds ridden with conspiracy theories. Before Islam and after Islam are two very different Umar (r.a.) courtesy of the well known dua'a of the Prophet. You cannot digest the fact that Abu Bakr (r.a.) spent his own money freeing slaves in the way of Allah and thus resort to mindless bigotry.
  18. Crying about the massacre in Yemen by Saudis and not by Iranians/Bashar in syria is height of hypocrisy. All this loud proclamation of being a follower of Hussain (a.s.) is nothing but lip service.
  19. And the latest on Aleppo, Russian Bombing Takes Its Toll On Syrians In one a little girl lay motionless, her eyes half open but unregistering. Sarah is six and has not spoken since she was blown up in her house near Aleppo a few days ago. ......... "The Russian bombing makes it impossible to stay. They attack everywhere," he said. ......... Not all the injured in the hospital are civilians. Two men, separated from the others, were injured in separate attacks on the battlefields where they were fighting. Certainly the Russian military would argue that as military combatants they are legitimate targets. That of course is true, but they were actually fighting Islamic State. ....... If it falls and the opposition to Assad is wiped out, then the country will be ruled by two powers: President Assad and Islamic State. The terror group will doubtless benefit from being the sole voice of opposition in the region representing Sunnis. Perversely they could become more powerful. http://news.sky.com/story/1637674/russian-bombing-takes-its-toll-on-syrians
  20. Russia admits targeting non-Isis groups in Syria as airstrikes continue The developments appeared to support the widely held belief that Russia’s real purpose is to bolster the regime of Bashar al-Assad and stave off western demands that he step down to make way for a political solution to the bloody four-and-half-year-old conflict. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/oct/01/russia-targeting-non-isis-groups-syria-airstrikes
  21. Apparently So what is the main stream shia belief -- Is Fatima (a.s.) superior to Hasnaian (a.s.) or is it vice versa?
  22. ^^^^ And in exactly the same manner syrian rebellion against bashar was a national one, not sectarian until Saudi and Iran made it to.
  23. Four-fifths of Russia's Syria strikes don't target Islamic State: Reuters analysis http://www.reuters.com/article/us-mideast-crisis-syria-russia-strikes-idUSKCN0SF24L20151021
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