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humanbeing101

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    humanbeing101 reacted to Mansur Bakhtiari in hassan shemrani/sayyed abbasi lies & sectarianism   
    These guys are funny
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from Hamodiii in hassan shemrani/sayyed abbasi lies & sectarianism   
    This is a recent post of his own FB: 
     
    This guy is clearly a pathological liar. The enitre post is too long to copy and paste but you can read it. I know for a fact one excerpt of his is factually incorrect.
    He completely ignores the fact it is an Iranian KURDISH city. He completely lies about Kirmanshan having a large Sunni population, the overwhelming majority of Kirmanshan is Shia because the majority of Kirmahsani Kurds are Khelhuri whose tribe are shias. 
    There are many other example and lies.
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from Sumerian in How does this sound?   
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from hasanhh in How does this sound?   
    Let me show you the studies I have at hand on automation/robotization and Universal basic income:
    http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/social-issues-migration-health/the-risk-of-automation-for-jobs-in-oecd-countries_5jlz9h56dvq7-en

     
    https://www2.deloitte.com/uk/en/pages/public-sector/articles/state-of-the-state.html

     
    https://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/downloads/academic/The_Future_of_Employment.pdf

    https://www.forrester.com/Robots+AI+Will+Replace+7+Of+US+Jobs+By+2025/-/E-PRE9246

    https://www.mckinsey.com/global-themes/future-of-organizations-and-work/what-the-future-of-work-will-mean-for-jobs-skills-and-wages

     
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Sumerian in Shia views on Che Guevara in 2018.   
    @Ībn Mūneer Āl-Feylī thank you for the comment brother, certainly educated me on the topic of socialism. 
    However, I would like to elaborate on my point. I believe that Islamic economics is not some sort of comprehensive and complex alternative system of economy, it is simply a list of laws and ethics that should be observed - these laws and ethics may be seen as capitalist and others may be seen as socialist.
    What we have is a set of laws like for example, if someone from the community died due to him not being able to access healthcare when it was possible to help, then there is collective sin and guilt on all those who could have helped him. To complement this law it would seem the best system should be universal health coverage (socialist policy).
    But then, like I mentioned before, things like simplicity in thr contracts for purchasing businesses and land, and hiring labour, would not sit well with socialists because of the little regulation that is stated in the Fiqh books.
    I hope my point is clear and I thank you again for teaching me stuff I didn't know, especially regarding socialism and property.
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from notme in How does this sound?   
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from Sumerian in How does this sound?   
    Let me show you the studies I have at hand on automation/robotization and Universal basic income:
    http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/social-issues-migration-health/the-risk-of-automation-for-jobs-in-oecd-countries_5jlz9h56dvq7-en

     
    https://www2.deloitte.com/uk/en/pages/public-sector/articles/state-of-the-state.html

     
    https://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/downloads/academic/The_Future_of_Employment.pdf

    https://www.forrester.com/Robots+AI+Will+Replace+7+Of+US+Jobs+By+2025/-/E-PRE9246

    https://www.mckinsey.com/global-themes/future-of-organizations-and-work/what-the-future-of-work-will-mean-for-jobs-skills-and-wages

     
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    humanbeing101 reacted to AnotherShepherd in Shia views on Che Guevara in 2018.   
    Agreed. 
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from AnotherShepherd in Shia views on Che Guevara in 2018.   
    Islam is in favour of socialism from a socio-economic standpoint. 
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from AnotherShepherd in Shia views on Che Guevara in 2018.   
    I see him as a hero and a symbol against capitalism. It's true he did kill people but he also fought in Cuba, South Africa and South America to try and free the world from American imperialism. 
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from Kazemi in What do think about demonstrations in Iran   
    Salam,
    Let me clarify somethings. Some of the "protests" being posted on twitter are fake or old dating back to 2009 and not recent. Alot of the videos too are un-verifiable and we cannot make out what city it is in or who the people exactly are. I know in the case of Kirmanshan this appears to be utter rubbish, considering their chant here: 
    Supposedly this is Kirmanshani Kurds chanting Pro-Shahist slogans, go figure... 
    I do believe there are legitimate socio-economic problems facing Iranians, namely rising unemployment, inflation and are social services lacking. However considering the amount of these so called protestors chanting Pro-Shah slogans, their views cause is de-legitimized by this.
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from AbdusSibtayn in What do think about demonstrations in Iran   
    Salam,
    Let me clarify somethings. Some of the "protests" being posted on twitter are fake or old dating back to 2009 and not recent. Alot of the videos too are un-verifiable and we cannot make out what city it is in or who the people exactly are. I know in the case of Kirmanshan this appears to be utter rubbish, considering their chant here: 
    Supposedly this is Kirmanshani Kurds chanting Pro-Shahist slogans, go figure... 
    I do believe there are legitimate socio-economic problems facing Iranians, namely rising unemployment, inflation and are social services lacking. However considering the amount of these so called protestors chanting Pro-Shah slogans, their views cause is de-legitimized by this.
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in What do think about demonstrations in Iran   
    http://www.worldbank.org/en/country/iran/publication/lifting-economic-sanctions-on-iran
     
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from Khomeinist in What do think about demonstrations in Iran   
    Salam,
    Let me clarify somethings. Some of the "protests" being posted on twitter are fake or old dating back to 2009 and not recent. Alot of the videos too are un-verifiable and we cannot make out what city it is in or who the people exactly are. I know in the case of Kirmanshan this appears to be utter rubbish, considering their chant here: 
    Supposedly this is Kirmanshani Kurds chanting Pro-Shahist slogans, go figure... 
    I do believe there are legitimate socio-economic problems facing Iranians, namely rising unemployment, inflation and are social services lacking. However considering the amount of these so called protestors chanting Pro-Shah slogans, their views cause is de-legitimized by this.
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in What do think about demonstrations in Iran   
    Salam,
    Let me clarify somethings. Some of the "protests" being posted on twitter are fake or old dating back to 2009 and not recent. Alot of the videos too are un-verifiable and we cannot make out what city it is in or who the people exactly are. I know in the case of Kirmanshan this appears to be utter rubbish, considering their chant here: 
    Supposedly this is Kirmanshani Kurds chanting Pro-Shahist slogans, go figure... 
    I do believe there are legitimate socio-economic problems facing Iranians, namely rising unemployment, inflation and are social services lacking. However considering the amount of these so called protestors chanting Pro-Shah slogans, their views cause is de-legitimized by this.
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from hasanhh in What do think about demonstrations in Iran   
    Salam,
    Let me clarify somethings. Some of the "protests" being posted on twitter are fake or old dating back to 2009 and not recent. Alot of the videos too are un-verifiable and we cannot make out what city it is in or who the people exactly are. I know in the case of Kirmanshan this appears to be utter rubbish, considering their chant here: 
    Supposedly this is Kirmanshani Kurds chanting Pro-Shahist slogans, go figure... 
    I do believe there are legitimate socio-economic problems facing Iranians, namely rising unemployment, inflation and are social services lacking. However considering the amount of these so called protestors chanting Pro-Shah slogans, their views cause is de-legitimized by this.
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from hasanhh in Ufo sightings   
    Surah Fatiha proves aliens exists on other worlds(planets).
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    humanbeing101 reacted to TheSpectator in Ufo sightings   
    I'm not saying that I think you are wrong (I think there is a chance there is life apart from us), but some people may say that  by "worlds", it may just mean the heavens and the Earth, so it is not necessarily proof.
    That said, you could be correct.
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Goswami in Shamsi & Shia Disucuss | “Ali Was a Divinely Appoi   
    Aslamalaykum,
    If you notice in the narrations, the beggar made several pleas but none responded including Imam Ali a.s but when he said the following (bolded part)
    Hazrat Abu Zar Ghaffari (ra) says that one day he was praying with the Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) when a beggar came to the Prophet's mosque (Masjid-e-Nabavi) in Madina and began to ask for alms. No one responded to his pleas. The beggar raised his hands towards heavens and said, "Allah! Be a witness that I came to Thy Prophet's mosque and no one gave me anything."
    When a Prophet or an Imam prays, their attention/focus on salat is 100% and likewise during this prayer but when the beggar mentioned Allah swt name, the plea went to Allah swt and He swt answered the beggar through the means of Imam Ali a.s as His connection was with Allah swt at the time.
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from Hameedeh in Huge earthquake hits Iraq and Iran   
    Mostly Kurdish victims, sad. 
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Mohamed1993 in Will iran and saudi arabia go into war?   
    What Hadith says he will reappear in a war? It says the state of the world will be really bad, I don't believe there's anything about a direct Saudi, Iran conflict necessary for imam Mahdi to reappear. There are even narrations as far as I've heard that say that Hejaz will be ruled by kings that rule for centuries, then decades, then years, then months, then days, before eventually the kingdom will collapse. This isn't consistent with a war between Iran and Saudi Arabia. It's more consistent with internal strife within the kingdom, which is what we're seeing. Who's right and who isn't, only Allah knows. I find it funny that you claim you thought my basirah was bigger, when really no one can predict when the imam reappear, that only Allah knows, and yes we have indications of signs of his reappearance, but no one knows for certain what necessarily will happen and what will not. What will happen before he reappears and what will happen after. What is a necessary precondition and what isn't. I've read different accounts of signs before the reappearance, some narrations are inconsistent with others, so who is to say what will and won't happen. 
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Mohamed1993 in Will iran and saudi arabia go into war?   
    All those allies haven't helped their cause in Yemen, Saudi Arabia will never directly attack Iran, it will remain a proxy war, and Saudi Arabia though they have all the weaponry and equipment, they have a fifth-rate army who are effectively useless in combat and air power wins you nothing unless accompanied by nukes, which unless someone is crazy won't happen, if they can't handle Yemen, them handling any other country is out of question. 
    It is not purely sectarian, it has geopolitical elements, but there's no denying Saudi Arabia is the source of funding for extremism that preaches anti-Shia sentiments. I remember during the protests in Bahrain, when the Saudis sent their soldiers to crush the uprising, one of their soldiers saw a picture of the shrine of Imam Hussein, he tore it down, stepped on it, and you could see the hatred in his actions. There's no denying that Saudi Arabia is extremely anti-Shia. Just the other day btw, since you live in Britain you might know this,a Shia mosque in birmingham was vandalized with graffiti all over the walls saying you are polytheists and what not, I'd be very curious to know who did this, and I wouldn't be surprised if gulf money was sponsoring these mosques preaching anti-Shia sentiments that leads to actions such as these. 
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    humanbeing101 reacted to wolverine in Length of dishdasha in different countries   
    Probably depends on if you have a tailor to make your dishdasha according to your precise height or if you buy it from a store and the length does not really fit you. Basically, the length should not be too long or it will touch the sole of your shoe and get dirty. 
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Bakir in Length of dishdasha in different countries   
    Fashion semiotics and theory of beauty play an important role at shaping our clothing.
    In the Middle East, inherited from Jewish tradition, large lengthy garments are not only to protect someone from physical dangers, but from spiritual ones. This is commom, for instance, in Hasidic Jews.
    In the other hand, you may find that length is a sign of elegance in clothing. Examples can be found in sleeves, coats and suits.
    Fashion is not always reasonable and practical, that's why I mentioned semiotics and theory of beauty.
    There are elements in design, as surprising as it may sound, that are common and universal to all cultures, shapes and length and the message they convey are examples of that. You will find that symmetry, certain straight lines around the neck (as the ones found in a suit) and length in clothing are a symbol of elegance in all cultures in all times.
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from monad in How much Ammar nakshawani charge for a lecture?   
    He never asked how much he charges... You appears to behave like this on everything thread.
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