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    Shamati got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Islamic Socialism   
    Because socialism is based on theft I assume it's haram.
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    Shamati got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Islamic Socialism   
    Salam,
    Just because I personally believe that I personally deserve to have 50% of Bill Gates earnings dont make it morally justifiable for me to steal it? Now some people see it in this way: we all give X% / month for investments for our common good & that's why taking is justifiable & not the same as theft. That a group of individuals has the ability to decide over the private property of another group of individuals so long as the group deciding is A: larger or B: possesses superior military capabilities.
    I think it's bad anyways & that all taxes should be voluntary because in that way each individual could chose wether to partake or not & if, in what type of system. Some are convinced in the greatness of free-market capitalism, some in socialism. The shi'i communities already have a great praxis for taxing via Khums
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    Shamati got a reaction from Hameedeh in Learn how to pray!   
    http://www.al-islam.org/nutshell/files/prayers.pdf = how to perform salat in a factsheet format (beginning on the right side of 1st page, continuing on the 2nd, ending on left side of the 1st page)
    http://www.al-islam.org/nutshell/files/purification.pdf = how to perform wudhu etc.
     
    http://www.al-islam.org/nutshell/ = lots of relevant information for beginners
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    Shamati got a reaction from AbdusSibtayn in ISIS: Sunni, Shia War   
    I get the impression that those Sunni scholars who actually believe in the coexistence with the Shia of Iraq & the validity of representative democracy in a Shi'ite majority nation don't represent the sentiment of the majority of Sunni Arabs. How can it be that they have a live & let live attitude while the Sunni provinces bursts out into spontaneous warfare against shi'ites time & time again? Because the Sunni Aqidah is now defined in Saudi Arabia & even before that they believe they have a Divine Right to Rule. 
    Why can't the Mideast be like Europe? Look at Germany which is ruled by a specifically Christian-Democratic Party: it's current leader is a Lutheran Protestant (Merkel) who believe individuals can interpret the Bible but her closest partner is a Catholic who believe only the Pope as successor to St. Peter can legitimately interpret the bible. Yet for the sake of expediency, they lay their differences aside & unite in a part to affect change in line with basic christian teaching. Politics isn't about whether the Imam's (as) or the consensus of scholars are Infalliable interpreters of the Quran & Hadith but about practical matters such as how to gain funds, what to do with these funds, building bridges, schools, hospitals & roads, determining how much there should be in welfare benefits etc. 
    The only time Shia or Sunni becomes a matter is with regards to the armed forces. Isn't it the case that the top echelons of the army stationed in Mosul (& other Sunni majority areas of Iraq) were Sunnis & they conspired with ISIS to hand over the recruits for execution because they believed in the Wilayat of Ahlul Bayt (as)?
    I've heard that Sunni Arabs are actually overrepresented in government compared to their numbers which is only ~15%
    The supposed occasional atrocities of the militias should be take with a truckload of salt as they're reported by Salafi Mouthpieces like Al Jazeera & Al Arabiya & even if they happened, which is unacceptable, it's nowhere near the genocidal intentions & actions of the Sunni Iraqis who joined or sympathize with ISIS. It could be that these 'atrocities' were surprise attacks on ISIS targets as ISIS is supported by average Sunnis 
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    Shamati got a reaction from Sirius_Bright in Haqqul Yaqeen By Allamah Majlisi   
    Wa alaikum salaam,
     
    Allamah Majlisis  (ra) book is very good, but it does seem a bit outdated & the translation I have doesn't have the references to the hadith's - but he reasons the shi'ite position so thoroughly & isn't afraid to condemn hypocrisy & corruption  :) it's not "ecumenical", which is good since only/mostly shi'ites reads books describing islam by shi'ites anyway.
     
    I've read the "code of practice for muslims in the west" by Ayatullah Sistani (may God prolong his life) & other books concerning spirituality written by shi'ite scholars but I think I've missed many of the fundamentals & hence I felt the need to find a book that summates both the beliefs & the practices / do's & dont's of islam in imamiyya & then move on to the more philosophical stuff 
     
    I can't find anything by Nasir al Din al Tusi except by Awsaf al Ashraf nor by Allamah Hilli in english :/
     
    I narrowed it down to these books, taking your recommendations into concern & what I've found myself:
     
    Wahid Khorasan - Usul Al-Din: Principles of Faith
    Mesbah Yazdi - Theological Instructions
    Allamah Majlisi - Haqqul Yaqeen
    Allamah Tabatabai - Islamic Teachings in Brief
    Ayatullah Ibrahim Amini - Introduction to Islam
     
    Alhamdulillah, there's a lot of work available in english. But it's hard to find the most essential works one should read because there's so much available!
     
    Maybe I should start by reading Ayatollah Ibrahim Amini's Introduction to Islam? His book Self-Building has a very good reputation
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    Shamati got a reaction from Enlightened Follower in Blasts in Belgium   
    Among the general population of the EU disdain towards Muslims in general grows as a result of every terror attack perpetrated by Salafi Jihadis. 
    The average Joe doesn't know anything about Islam except the '5 pillars' & that the Quran is their scriptures which is taught about in religious studies in school. 
    The only other time they hear about Islam is in the context of millions of refugees fleeing the wars between Islamic sects in the Mideast (that's how the media portrays it) & the threat of terror attacks.
    People should educated about the fact that all Islamic terror groups (except for Hezbollah which is labeled as a terror group by the EU & US) share the same denomination of Islam. It isn't good enough to say they have nothing to do with Islam because they cite Quranic verses & Hadiths to support their acts so the one who says that appears as a liar trying to deceive the public. Instead, say they're Sunni Salafis, that Salafism was a considered a heresy by the majority of Sunni scholars during the times of Ibn Taymiyya & the Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab. That al-Saud teamed up with the most radical salafi of the day, Wahhab, who was condemned as a heretic by Sunni authorities of the day, & conquered Arabia while slaughtering everyone who disagrees with their radical salafi ideology. & that this radical salafi ideology called Wahhabism after that man has been spread worldwide by Saudi Arabias immense oil wealth. That the amount of money they spend on spreading this ideology far outnumbers the amount the USSR used to spend on communist propaganda. Not all Wahhabis & salafis are terrorists but they are in the conveyor belt of radicalization & susceptible to doing violence upon the general public because the rationalization for this is present within the ideology itself. It's just that not all act on it. This radical ideology is allowed to become the new Sunni orthodoxy because of the oil money & God knows the consequences of this for the coming generations. 
    Couls any sane individual imagine the allied powers being allied to Germany while fighting a World War against Nazism during WW2? If not, how can the west be allied to the gulf Arab monarchies while fighting a war of salafi jihadi terrorism?
    Overall Muslims aren't subject to any more racism than are other immigrants. But it's beginning to change as a consequence of the general public fearing muslims more & more.
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    Shamati reacted to SoliderofAllah_ in shiism   
    coming from a shia probably under takqiyaah
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    Shamati got a reaction from Abu Nur in ISIS: Sunni, Shia War   
    I get the impression that those Sunni scholars who actually believe in the coexistence with the Shia of Iraq & the validity of representative democracy in a Shi'ite majority nation don't represent the sentiment of the majority of Sunni Arabs. How can it be that they have a live & let live attitude while the Sunni provinces bursts out into spontaneous warfare against shi'ites time & time again? Because the Sunni Aqidah is now defined in Saudi Arabia & even before that they believe they have a Divine Right to Rule. 
    Why can't the Mideast be like Europe? Look at Germany which is ruled by a specifically Christian-Democratic Party: it's current leader is a Lutheran Protestant (Merkel) who believe individuals can interpret the Bible but her closest partner is a Catholic who believe only the Pope as successor to St. Peter can legitimately interpret the bible. Yet for the sake of expediency, they lay their differences aside & unite in a part to affect change in line with basic christian teaching. Politics isn't about whether the Imam's (as) or the consensus of scholars are Infalliable interpreters of the Quran & Hadith but about practical matters such as how to gain funds, what to do with these funds, building bridges, schools, hospitals & roads, determining how much there should be in welfare benefits etc. 
    The only time Shia or Sunni becomes a matter is with regards to the armed forces. Isn't it the case that the top echelons of the army stationed in Mosul (& other Sunni majority areas of Iraq) were Sunnis & they conspired with ISIS to hand over the recruits for execution because they believed in the Wilayat of Ahlul Bayt (as)?
    I've heard that Sunni Arabs are actually overrepresented in government compared to their numbers which is only ~15%
    The supposed occasional atrocities of the militias should be take with a truckload of salt as they're reported by Salafi Mouthpieces like Al Jazeera & Al Arabiya & even if they happened, which is unacceptable, it's nowhere near the genocidal intentions & actions of the Sunni Iraqis who joined or sympathize with ISIS. It could be that these 'atrocities' were surprise attacks on ISIS targets as ISIS is supported by average Sunnis 
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    Shamati got a reaction from Chaotic Muslem in Should I Leave Islam?   
    The talk about the 'Holy Spirit testifying to its validity' is not based in reality. This theory, that the Holy Spirit would come upon a believer when reading the scriptures & 'lead' him/her to the truth was taught by Martin Luther first & it nullifies the need for Prophecy, Divine Revelation & the establishment of the Church or Imamate. There are over 20 000 Protestant sects in the US alone, which means that it wasn't the Holy Spirit leading believers, but more likely themselves. Therefore it isn't a trustworthy doctrine. instead, any spiritual experience should be validated by Revelation. 

    Something to think about perhaps  
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    Shamati got a reaction from Enlightened Follower in Iranian youth get app to dodge morality police   
    The best solution is for a nation to have something akin to the "millet system" of the Ottoman Empire; each religious community is governed by its own laws & judged by their own courts. The state & court above the particular courts deal with intracommunal issues etc. 
    In this way there can be seculars, shi'ites, sunnis, zoroastrians, christians & jews all following their particular laws & customs being governed by particular communal governments under a civil state that adheres to the minimal islamic obligations by virtue of Iran being a muslim majority country.
    I believe it's counterproductive to force women to wear the veil by law. In Egypt for example, most women were unveiled half a century ago but today most are veiled even though it isn't illegal to not wear a veil.
    Banning women from being unveiled is like forbidding a child from eating candy while placing a bowl of candy in front of them. It might actually increases the urge to sin & the fact that you don't have the freedom to choose by your free will to veil yourself for the sake of God they might be drawn to not wear the veil more because it's an issue of personal liberty that they don't have & even though they might not want to, they want the freedom to choose..
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    Shamati got a reaction from von Lohengramm in Should I Leave Islam?   
    I think the post by Qa'im is the most concise answer for the OP.
    Regardless of the crucifixion / resurrection narrative being true or false, the christian teaching on salvation is completely different from the islamic & jewish equivalent.
    Convincing yourself that a particular teaching or doctrine is true doesn't ensure salvation or the forgiveness of past, present & future sins (protestantism). At most it orients the soul towards doing certain acts & abstaining from others - but in the end all will be judged based on their deeds.
    Nasir al-Din al-Tusi says (Quote cited from "Al-Haqa'iq fi Mahasin al-Ahklaq/Spiritual Mysteries & Ethical Secrets" by Fayd Kashani) concerning your predicament & the causes of it; 
     
     
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    Shamati got a reaction from Enlightened Follower in Should I Leave Islam?   
    The talk about the 'Holy Spirit testifying to its validity' is not based in reality. This theory, that the Holy Spirit would come upon a believer when reading the scriptures & 'lead' him/her to the truth was taught by Martin Luther first & it nullifies the need for Prophecy, Divine Revelation & the establishment of the Church or Imamate. There are over 20 000 Protestant sects in the US alone, which means that it wasn't the Holy Spirit leading believers, but more likely themselves. Therefore it isn't a trustworthy doctrine. instead, any spiritual experience should be validated by Revelation. 

    Something to think about perhaps  
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    Shamati got a reaction from Enlightened Follower in EFT - mindfullness technique black magic?   
    I've tried it & it's not magic. It's a meditation/mindfulness technique.
    Magic is something completely different & has many definitions: from the religious rituals of "other" religions to when someone invokes a spirit at certain auspicious/inauspicious astrolonomical times to achieve a personal goal.
    This technique involves meditation & pressure points on your own body, which has been created by God. - It doesn't invoke spirits.
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    Shamati got a reaction from Ali.Isa in Spiritual Journeying In The Words Of Shi'a Mystics   
    Thanks! That was actually a great article.
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    Shamati got a reaction from Einstein in Does Higher Education Make People Less Religious?   
    Salam,
     
    In my opinion, education is not just about educating people in neutral branches of knowledge. They're not becoming less religious, they're just changing their religion for a 'new'.
     
    Remember that the modern educational institutions come from the so-called enlightenment era ideological transformation of previously christian universities, established by monks & priests to educate other monks, priests & laypeople in the Trivium: Grammar, Logic & Rethoric.
     
    Those that had been educated in the Trivium & wanted to proceed was educated in the Quadrivium: Arithmetic, Geometry, Music (musical theory, harmonics) & Astronomy.
     
    Only those who had completed the Trivium & Quadrivium could proceed to be educated in the King of all sciences: Philosophy & Theology (considered 1 single subject back then).
     
    This model goes back to ancient Greece & Rome & it was also the standard model of education in Islamic Spain for instance & if you want to see what a university that still treasures Philosophy & Theology as the chief science looks like, just look at the universities of the Italian Renaissance; science was making huge progress & philosophy & theology was also flourishing - thereby providing the intellectual climate conducive to ideas which brought us the art & culture of that era. Michelangelo, Raphael & Da Vinci were all educated in & inspired by platonic philosophy for instance.
     
    Today Philosophy & Theology is completely removed. At best, philosophy is considered the handmaiden of politics. Classes in political science, history & sociology aren't exactly neutral on the issue of religion. The whole of the modern western educational system operates within a paradigm that considers the "enlightenment" liberal ideology to be the peak of ideology & people who are being educated are not immune to assuming this perspective. So it's not that people become less religious per se, they're just switching their "classical" religion into a new religion & become less muslim, christian & jewish religiously & more secular, liberal, atheist because all their new authorities adhere to these ideologies.
     
    In the modern education one studies only rethoric in that one memorizes different kinds of arguments & then retells these arguments from memory & are graded based on ones ability to recollect arguments already formulated by other people, sometimes centuries past.
     
    Instead of having only hawzah's where people are being educated only in jurisprudence, why not reinstitute the Trivium & Quadrivium model that  has been so successful in the past? I think it's a mistake to concentrate only on jurisprudence & leave the rest of the education to other institutions because those other, usually western institutions are hostile to the first ideologically.
     
    There's an islamic college in the US called the Zaytuna College that's based partly on this idea: https://www.zaytunacollege.org/about/our_mission/
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    Shamati got a reaction from Gaius I. Caesar in Spirituality   
    Spirituality is talked about as opposed to materiality. After all, the point of religion is spirituality because it concerns the immaterial soul & it's salvation.
    New agers talk about spirituality as a term for their religion, but it actually means that which concerns the soul.
    Stones & minerals have Existence. Plants have Existence & Life. Animals have Existence, Life & Feelings. Humans have Existence, Life, Feelings & Intellect. Angels are often said to be pure intellect. Humans are special because we contain all the traits of the levels below us combined with the rational faculty that is otherwise exclusive to Angels & doesn't exist in other animals, who don't have the ability of reflection.
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    Shamati got a reaction from Muslim2010 in Of What Use Is The Hiding Imam?   
    Did you know that the names of the 12 Imams (as) is displayed in the prophets mosque https://ahmedamiruddin.wordpress.com/2014/03/20/names-of-the-immaculate-twelve-imams-as-they-appear-at-masjid-an-nawabi-s-ksa/ ? The Ottoman Empire was a Sunni Empire, but they were Sufi Sunni's & sufi's believe & follow the 12 Imams (as) & orders such as the Shadhiliya that is dominant in North Africa await the Hidden Imam (atfs). Yet they're Sunni's in their Fiqh & they accept the temporal authority of the first Caliphs.
    On a side note, the elite military force of the Ottoman Empire was called the Janissaries & they were actually twelver shi'ite although they belonged to the bektashi Sufi order, they are Shia. If the Ottoman Empire's most important military institution could be shi'ite & the aristocracy & royalty was sunni, yet the empire functioned well with few instances of sectarianism - this proves that something has gone very wrong in relations.
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    Shamati got a reaction from notme in My Pregnant Wife Converted To Another Religion   
    What if you tell her you must leave her & that your marriage is void according to the shariah? If she truly loves you & cares for her children, she will accept islam, if not for the sake of God, for the sake of family
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    Shamati got a reaction from Muslim2010 in Do Shia Give Divine Attributes To The Imams?   
    They're still Allah (SWT)'s attributes. The Imams (as) just reflect His attributes thru' their purity. We, because of our sins, can't reflect Allah(SWT)'s attributes. But when you purify the heart, it acts as a mirror reflecting the constantly emanating attributes of God. They were always there, it's just that ordinary folks is on another frequency. Because the Imam's (as) were inerrant, they could always reflect the, but they are still wholly God's.
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    Shamati got a reaction from Noah- in Saudi Arabia Invades Yemen Again   
    shi'ites are merely petitioning the genocidal salafi Sunni population to abstain from genocide. I understand salafi's feel it's an unreasonable demand, but the majority of public opinion don't. The Iran conspiracies are gettin tiredsome. I think the Saudis are actually more worried about Iraq because Iraq is the heart of shi'ism, where many of the imams of the Ahlul Bayt (as) are buried & where the most followed Mujtahid's recides (currently Sistani, may God prolong his life). If Iraq was really an 'Iranian colony' as the genocidal salafi Sunnis claim, it'd be a province of Iran by now or at least it'd have replicated the exact same system as that at of Iran: Wilayat Al-Faqih. Instead, they have a democracy & the Marja is completely independent from politics, only stating his opinion about matters when there's sever crisis or lack of leadership which the party that's ruling isn't obliged to follow unlike in Iran. Iraq is an Arab country & the bastion of shi'ism historically, which undermines the conspiracy believed in by the genocidal Sunni salafi's: that shi'ism is a Persian conspiracy, founded by a Jew to undermine Islam & reinstate the Persian empire. Shi'ism is Islam where precedence is given to the family of the prophet (sawws) for religious guidance. Sunnism is Islam where precedence is given to historical persons they believe to have been 'companions' for religious guidance usually in compliance with the Umayyad policy. Seen from an outside perspective, there is no legitimate leadership anywhere in the Arab world. The Sunni dictatorships around the Persian Gulf are dependent on America for their own security & co-operates with Israel in combatting mind-ghosts they have convinced themselves to be 'agents of Iran'. These states would collapse immediately without Christian military guarantees.
    The region is being polarized in such a way that on 1 side the Sunni's are portraying themselves as in support of barbarism, slave markets, genocide & human sacrifice among other atrocious practices introduced by the salafi death squads & the shi'ites as being oppressed by those same barbarians, fighting for their legitimate rights to self-determination & the establishment of civilization instead of barbarism.
    Thus the salafi's & their supporters are being humbled by their own deeds.
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    Shamati got a reaction from Noor al Batul in Saudi Arabia Invades Yemen Again   
    shi'ites are merely petitioning the genocidal salafi Sunni population to abstain from genocide. I understand salafi's feel it's an unreasonable demand, but the majority of public opinion don't. The Iran conspiracies are gettin tiredsome. I think the Saudis are actually more worried about Iraq because Iraq is the heart of shi'ism, where many of the imams of the Ahlul Bayt (as) are buried & where the most followed Mujtahid's recides (currently Sistani, may God prolong his life). If Iraq was really an 'Iranian colony' as the genocidal salafi Sunnis claim, it'd be a province of Iran by now or at least it'd have replicated the exact same system as that at of Iran: Wilayat Al-Faqih. Instead, they have a democracy & the Marja is completely independent from politics, only stating his opinion about matters when there's sever crisis or lack of leadership which the party that's ruling isn't obliged to follow unlike in Iran. Iraq is an Arab country & the bastion of shi'ism historically, which undermines the conspiracy believed in by the genocidal Sunni salafi's: that shi'ism is a Persian conspiracy, founded by a Jew to undermine Islam & reinstate the Persian empire. Shi'ism is Islam where precedence is given to the family of the prophet (sawws) for religious guidance. Sunnism is Islam where precedence is given to historical persons they believe to have been 'companions' for religious guidance usually in compliance with the Umayyad policy. Seen from an outside perspective, there is no legitimate leadership anywhere in the Arab world. The Sunni dictatorships around the Persian Gulf are dependent on America for their own security & co-operates with Israel in combatting mind-ghosts they have convinced themselves to be 'agents of Iran'. These states would collapse immediately without Christian military guarantees.
    The region is being polarized in such a way that on 1 side the Sunni's are portraying themselves as in support of barbarism, slave markets, genocide & human sacrifice among other atrocious practices introduced by the salafi death squads & the shi'ites as being oppressed by those same barbarians, fighting for their legitimate rights to self-determination & the establishment of civilization instead of barbarism.
    Thus the salafi's & their supporters are being humbled by their own deeds.
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    Shamati got a reaction from Iskandarovich in Saudi Arabia Invades Yemen Again   
    shi'ites are merely petitioning the genocidal salafi Sunni population to abstain from genocide. I understand salafi's feel it's an unreasonable demand, but the majority of public opinion don't. The Iran conspiracies are gettin tiredsome. I think the Saudis are actually more worried about Iraq because Iraq is the heart of shi'ism, where many of the imams of the Ahlul Bayt (as) are buried & where the most followed Mujtahid's recides (currently Sistani, may God prolong his life). If Iraq was really an 'Iranian colony' as the genocidal salafi Sunnis claim, it'd be a province of Iran by now or at least it'd have replicated the exact same system as that at of Iran: Wilayat Al-Faqih. Instead, they have a democracy & the Marja is completely independent from politics, only stating his opinion about matters when there's sever crisis or lack of leadership which the party that's ruling isn't obliged to follow unlike in Iran. Iraq is an Arab country & the bastion of shi'ism historically, which undermines the conspiracy believed in by the genocidal Sunni salafi's: that shi'ism is a Persian conspiracy, founded by a Jew to undermine Islam & reinstate the Persian empire. Shi'ism is Islam where precedence is given to the family of the prophet (sawws) for religious guidance. Sunnism is Islam where precedence is given to historical persons they believe to have been 'companions' for religious guidance usually in compliance with the Umayyad policy. Seen from an outside perspective, there is no legitimate leadership anywhere in the Arab world. The Sunni dictatorships around the Persian Gulf are dependent on America for their own security & co-operates with Israel in combatting mind-ghosts they have convinced themselves to be 'agents of Iran'. These states would collapse immediately without Christian military guarantees.
    The region is being polarized in such a way that on 1 side the Sunni's are portraying themselves as in support of barbarism, slave markets, genocide & human sacrifice among other atrocious practices introduced by the salafi death squads & the shi'ites as being oppressed by those same barbarians, fighting for their legitimate rights to self-determination & the establishment of civilization instead of barbarism.
    Thus the salafi's & their supporters are being humbled by their own deeds.
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    Shamati got a reaction from Gaius I. Caesar in The Women Of Isis: Who Are They?   
    Salam,
    It's a well known, curious fact that some, even many women are attracted to violent men. A former convict told me that many prisons have adress books with contact details to women who only want to date criminals & there women aren't poor, marginalized etc, but many have great economical standards & are just aroused by criminals.
     
    I believe this is a biological fact that has developed out of the historic need to find a provider that can protect potential offspring from violent assault from other people & that this finds its expression within the context of modern civilization that some women seek to date with violent guys, with ex convicts of violent crimes or with mass-murdering terrorists.
     
    The norwegian terrorist Breivik is supposed to have received thousands of marriage proposals from all around the world & has, while in prison, married with a german model.
     
    There's nothing that can be done to stop this. Instead of considering them helpless victims being fooled away unsuspectingly by wicked terrorists we should look at them of what they are: women attracted to violent terrorists & those that take the trip & move to ISIS members or other terrorists in Iraq & Syria should be considered as terrorists as well.
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    Shamati got a reaction from Al Hashmi in Operation Labaik Ya Hussein   
    i don't want you to leave & I don't think no one else wants it either!
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    Shamati got a reaction from kamyar in Operation Labaik Ya Hussein   
    i don't want you to leave & I don't think no one else wants it either!
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