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humanbeing101

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    humanbeing101 reacted to Sumerian in When speaking about a dead person?   
    It has been customarily used only on special people. Even saying alayhi al salam does not have to be on an infallible, but it would be weird to say it on am average guy.
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Sumerian in When speaking about a dead person?   
    Anyone who is a believer it can be used on. 
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Sindbad05 in Iran funding Al-qaeda   
    I see....
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from hasanhh in Iran funding Al-qaeda   
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Wholehearted Shi'a in Iran funding Al-qaeda   
    I was reading somewhere else that the wedding in the video was in Pakistan not in Iran. 
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from Ibn Al-Shahid in Iran funding Al-qaeda   
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Gaius I. Caesar in Iran funding Al-qaeda   
    @Ībn Mūneer Āl-Feylī I don't know, seems a bit fishy. What is the purpose of Iran supporting Al Qaeda, if it is true?
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Sumerian in When speaking about a dead person?   
    The reason people mix up salat and salah is they are unfamiliar with Arabic, and the same thing here. 
    There is no haram in using it for anyone - it is just a Du'a.
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Heavenly_Silk in Ate/Eating/Will Eat?   
    I had Spinach and Ricotta canelloni with salad for dinner.
    This is from google images, forgot to take a pic!

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    humanbeing101 reacted to Sindbad05 in When speaking about a dead person?   
    Do not we say May God be please with him ? Is not it a dua for every person. 
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Hameedeh in When speaking about a dead person?   
    Radhi-allahu'anhu can be used for companions of the Holy Prophet SA or companions of the Imams AS.
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Hameedeh in When speaking about a dead person?   
    Salam. If someone has passed away, and I mention their name, I always say Rahmat Allah. When I write their name I will use RA which means Rahmat Allah. (Just for the record, I never use the word RadhiAllahu'anhu so when I write RA I don't mean RadhiAllahu'anhu.)
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Soldiers and Saffron in Assad forces behind deadly Sarin attack - UN   
    Its not credible, thats my point.
    Thats the report made by the french government in which it uses its own governmental sources as support for whatever its claiming which is very absurd. Its like saying: What I am saying is the truth because I said it.
     
    Someone who does not gain nor lose anything on the information given and has no agenda because they have nothing to gain nor lose.
    In this conflict that might be hard to find, in a shady situation like this with so many players involved, I choose to rely on what I believe is common sense and in this case it goes against common sense for assad to use CW in a war that he is already winning. Either way, if I am unsure of the how unbiased the source is from two people given, I rather trust the muslim one, because ideally speaking he is less likely to lie.
     
    He did not need to use them.
    The point of time at which they claim he used them, he was already winning the war, although slowly but steadily. As your stating, many came to support his government so he would not need to use CM, also, rationally thinking, the use of CM is a political suicide and will for sure turn the international society against you which you would not risk doing unless you were on the brink of losing the war. Was the "free syrian army" knocking at assads door in Damascus when the alleged CM was used? No, he did not need to use them.
    Nor did the international community, such as the UN care much about it either as per the historical sources given and available AND THATS MY POINT. Why? Because it was not in their interest to care, simple as that. Their care is not unbiased nor is their condemnation or reports.
     
    At what point did you believe I think Russia are the good guys? They could switch right and left whenever it fits them. Are they following some ideological codex or moral scale on which they decide what is good or not good? No, their enemy is america and thats the only reason they are involved.
    Listen brother, I am not saying assad is a saint or the perfect guy. What I am saying is that theres more to this war than meets the eye and it is in the interest of the shias that assad stays at this point of time.
    Have you ever liked something that is against the interests of the kurdish people? Because as far as I understand from what I have seen from you, you only like that which is good for the kurdish people and their aim at having their own country and against everything that does not rhyme well with that. 
     
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Mohamed1993 in Assad forces behind deadly Sarin attack - UN   
    agreed, but how do you achieve this while you have ISIS and rebels groups that work alongside Al Nusra? Obviously these groups cannot be part of a solution, I think even the UNSC resolution states the need to isolate groups considered "terrorists" by the UNSC, that's only ISIS and Al Nusra, but there are groups like Ahrar al Sham and Jaysh al Islam that work with Al Nusra when it suits them, so what do you do about them? Do you include them in a democratic process? Do you include Assad in the election? This is where countries disagree, some say Assad can't run for these elections, some say this should be determined by the Syrian people. Are there decent alternatives to Assad that are not hardline fundamentalists apart from the Kurdish groups?
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Mohamed1993 in Assad forces behind deadly Sarin attack - UN   
    I really wonder even though logically this doesn't make sense, why Assad would do this, but if he did indeed do it, what would it take for us to believe it? If you shun every organization, report, claim, media outlet as fake news except if it says good stuff about Assad, are we really being objective? There's a lot of lies about Syria I admit and this isn't to say support the head chopping, heart eating "rebels", but would you support someone if he indeed used these horrendous tactics? Just a thought. I was confident when this happened, it was a lie that Assad did it, but I did say that if an investigation claimed it as such, I would be ashamed of myself. Now there's no ground investigation, which is a valid claim, but say there was one and it came to the same conclusions, would you then look for another excuse and blame the investigative process because Assad is on our side? These are questions I'm asking myself, so I'm not really blaming anyone or anything, but just something to think about. Ultimately our prayer should be for safety of the Syrian people right? Would you support a leader other than Assad who could bring this? I'm not saying any of the rebels would, but say there was a democratic leader through a future diplomatic process who the Syrians supported and who wasn't a puppet but wasn't allied with Iran either, would you support him? 
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Gaius I. Caesar in Assad forces behind deadly Sarin attack - UN   
    I don't think this is funny, this is really bad for Syria...
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Gaius I. Caesar in Assad forces behind deadly Sarin attack - UN   
    What is so funny?
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    humanbeing101 reacted to abuhaydar in Kurdistan- the new Israeli project   
    I never said they were, my topic is about Kurdistan as a nation supported by Israel, I admit my opening post was wrong in saying "Kurds are the new ISIS" instead of being specific to the Kdp/pdk. That is where you probably got the racist notion from, and for that I apologize. 
    Lebanon has a shia party called amal, and they deal with shifty politics too while pretending to be pro resistance. 
    I think this is where you and I fundamentally disagree. 
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Hameedeh in Kurdistan- the new Israeli project   
    Not all Kurds, Brother. Back in the '40s and 50's Mustafa Barzani was getting help from Russians, Soviet Union and Communists. The Iraqi and Iranian animosity with Masoud Barzani and his followers stems back to the time before the Iranian Revolution, however Iran did help the Kurds when the Ba'ath Party was in power. Mustafa Barzani and his followers moved to Iran after the 1975 Algiers Agreement, while other Kurds moved to Syria. It's complicated.  
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Wahdat in What is happening in Kurdistan???   
    Reality is contextual- what we do determines the outcome.
    In Afghanistan's northern border Turkmen, Uzbeks, and Tajiks are separated from their brethren by borders, and in South Pashtuns and Balouch. Pashtuns however have been the only people in Afg to have tried time and again to unify with their kinsmen across the border and the Pashtuns have caused more harm to themselves first, and then the region. Following the same pattern, this would be the fate of any people in the region that'd fall prey to similar sentimental desires including Kurds.
    One way is to follow the Pashtun footsteps, another is to work towards a EU style region where borders dont separate but bring folks together.
    I, having grown up in a politically anarchic culture in Afghanistan, consider myself more of an anarchist than an internationalist. And I fully agree with you that both Iran and Turkey are self interested entities/nation-states and I pray for their demise at the proper time. Iran belongs to all and not only Iranians, and so does Iraq, or Turkey.

     
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from Wahdat in What is happening in Kurdistan???   
    Well when you have divided a people across four countries, it's really hard to sell the last part of your statement. The Kurdish people aren't nationalists out of racism or wanting to be nationalist but out of necessity. I cannot cross into my home country without iranian or iraqi papers. 
    Plus I agree with your internationalist sentiment, however that assumes states like Iraq or Iran or Turkey are internationalist in nature of have internationalist goals. This is simply not the case, they are all nation-states who are out to maintain their self-interest. You must remember many Kurd sympathetic to the PKK have internationalist sentiments and share a confederalist outlook on things. 
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    humanbeing101 got a reaction from Abu Nur in What is happening in Kurdistan???   
    It does but it is doing more than that as pointed out. Not to mention article 140 doesn't say take the disputed areas by force or even necessarily that the federal iraqi gov has the right to decide over those areas. 
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    humanbeing101 reacted to Wahdat in What is happening in Kurdistan???   
    My fundamental issue, I guess, is with the inability of folks in the region to look at things consequentially- everyone wants a facebook account, a little flag, an iphone, and certain other things (both real & perceived) to cater to their sense of self/desire...yet never take the consequences of such desires into account- sorta like crackheads chasing a high.
    Not only Kurds, but the entire people of the region have been victimized & separated by borders- Turks, Persians, Pashtuns, Punjabis, Arabs, Baloch etc etc. The solution is not more borders but no borders...The current state of affairs is not conducive to a  no-borders reality- that should not mean that we have to work our problems in the region by creating more borders....no matter how sound the justification. 

     
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