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humanbeing101

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  1. No disrespect brother but this doesn't make sense. You group Assyrian with Kurdish, when Kurdish is an iranic ethnic group. Iranic itself is a meta-ethnic-cultural term.
  2. That is factually not true. They simply haven't played a huge role in the PMUs. https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/middle_east/iraqi-shiite-cleric-recalls-militiamen-from-fight-against-islamic-state/2015/02/17/9e85321a-b6bb-11e4-bc30-a4e75503948a_story.html?utm_term=.5d3b60120e4b http://globalnews.ca/news/1883845/iraqi-militia-loyal-to-radical-cleric-al-sadr-joins-fight-for-is-held-tikrit/
  3. I don't get it, why do these sunnis praise Wahhabis as "true muslims" then? They obviously don't believe in a physical God.
  4. Which writing of Wahhabis show they believe in physical God?
  5. That is true but my point point revolved around the hypothetical scenario of both Assad and rebels being taken out. Now this is obviously idealistic position from me, since it takes out the geo-political elements within the Syrian civil war. However if an international force truly were sincerce and believed this, they could achieve it.
  6. Brother, isn't that supporting what the Sunni stated in the video? I'm talking about an ayah in the Quran showing ahlul bayt.
  7. People here are getting upset and emotional over this but we must put this into perspective. Sadr isn't stating "Assad should go, but the rebels should take over". He obviously believes both Assad and all the islamist rebel factions should be removed out of the equation. A transitional period mandated by an international body should do this.
  8. The fact 12 imams isn't mentioned. good point you know.
  9. Against a learned scholar that wouldn't be a good question but clearly those shias couldn't answer that single question.
  10. The whole video had good questions/points. I don't get why you are so hostile.
  11. I did, in the video... You seem close minded to suggest the "otherside" cannot possess good arguments.
  12. He presented good arguments. You are more than entitled to go to Hyde Park and debate him.
  13. http://www.pipr.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/jv2020-2.pdf
  14. Do Shia death squads exist in Iraq? http://dailycaller.com/2016/12/02/the-iraqi-parliaments-outrageous-legitimization-of-shia-death-squads/ http://www.duffelblog.com/2016/06/shia-death-squads-fallujah/ http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/iraq/10932851/Death-squads-Isis-and-a-new-generation-of-fighters-why-Iraq-is-facing-break-up.html http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/the-times/shia-death-squads-return-to-baghdad/news-story/3b45a4eebce959073348a7d55334419d
  15. There are 40 million kurds on this earth, you find 5/6 kurds online; it's hardly representative. Secondly, the last comment I wouldn't consider anti-islam. I am also a secularist but I'm a secularist not for reasons against islam but actually in favour of it. I wouldn't take internet kurds too seriously, especially diaspora ones.
  16. I have no problem with "mainstream" sunni islam, namely the followers of the four madhabs. However with the Salafists who encourage secterianism and takifirism.
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