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peace seeker II

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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Dutchzahra in Wilayat Al Faqih   
    i am surprized you are iranian and you don't know what "walyat faqih" is .. that's like being egyptian and not know what the pyramids is
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from The Green Knight in What I Learned From :sami   
    salam alaikum,
     
    :Sami has unregistered because he felt unwelcome here, and especially felt pushed out by the moderator / administrator team. Although i know that :Sami, like all of us has made mistakes on shiachat, i would like to express to you dear members what i learned from him. It goes without saying that brother :Sami is very unique and special, with very special contributions too. It would be a shame if those positive sides go to loss, so i plan to revive them here in spirit at least:
     
    1 - passion for the 313 and the mahdi:
     
    i truly believe that his passion is genuine, and i felt this passion even more, when i got closer to him outside of shiachat. this passion and obsession is unparalleled, and can be contagious. it's the kind of bug we would like to catch, to remind us of the cause, and after all shias of today are shias of their current imam, who is the mahdi. so he puts that into perspective, and kept the topic well alive.
     
    2 -  free thought and questioning:
     
    :sami taught us - or encouraged us - to think freely and question the system we live in. this is an important bridge to today's society and time. these old hadith books are beautiful and rare, but to really put them to use, we must convert them to today's world. where are the sufianis of today? how are they interlinked with the anti-christ system? how do they operate? what do they know? what are their plans? what are their tools?
     
    3 -  being ready for the 313:
     
    even if his points are not all correct or accurate, they are still points. in today's world less and less people are concerning themselves with this issue. look at the imam mahdi section in this forum. since 2012 didn't turn out to be the date of zuhur, people have lost faith and interest in talking or posting about it. when i first joined shiachat in 2010 it was very different. brother :sami goes against all this and truly stands out as somebody who is obsessed with figuring out how to be among them. and if not him, then his children. i don't find many people who are vocal about this, or actively living their lives devoted to this.
     
    4 -  being kind:
     
    brother :sami is a kind guy, with akhlaq that is commendable. compared to me he is very even tempered, and never gets rude with people. a man like him has been pushed around and bullied by people who are literally his kids age. imagine you having kids and some kids their age talking to you from a high horse position, or insulting you and accusing you of terrible things. yet, he kept his cool, and kept his akhlaq in line. that to me is a sign that he's a good man. no matter what his mistakes, and i know his mistakes more than most of you, because him and me got closer on a personal level ( i think my mistakes are more! ) . trust and friendship is to ignore and overlook mistakes, while looking at each others strengths. we all have mistakes, and none of us may say that god will forgive ours, and not theirs.
     
    5 - educational and generous:
     
    nobody can deny that sami is very generous with his knowledge. some here think he's nuts, or has false information. he has even been accused of deliberately falsifying information. but i have seen no evidence of this. i might disagree with something he says, but that does not mean that i have the right to say he is deliberately misguiding us. so anyway, he is generous with wanting to help us. how many people do you know above 50 here on shiachat willing to share with us information and life lessons? i don't know any. actually brother sami is the only one. if you listen into the things he says, and the doors he opens, you will find a lot of very useful and practical advice he gives. he really tries to help in all fields including business, dealing with sufiani system, understanding banking system, etc etc etc. if any of you want to make a business for instance, this would be the man to ask. this would be a good mentor. he treats you all as his children. that is something very touching i believe. i love this man anyway.
     
    6 -  puts us in touch with earth and indigenous people
     
    :Sami really did a good job at speaking for the oppressed and abused indigenous people of the earth. he has a set of principles and rules that are alternative to mainstream, yet make sense. he believes for instance, that it is haram to live on occupied land, without at least trying to meet any local aboriginal person, and get at least a spiritual visa. like, if you grew up in occupied palestine, you should at least look for a palestinian family (ideally local chief), and befriend them. also symbolically ask them the grant you permission to stay on their land. i think that is beautiful, and he has a point. occupied land (like australia, USA, etc) is very infertile ground for iman. brother sami believes that it is haram to live on occupied land without permission of indigenous people. i believe it's true.
     
    7 - attempts to get out of the dajjal/ sufiani/ satanic system
     
    brother :sami always made it clear that we live in a messed up end-of-days system, that is controlled by elites who want to dominate the world. i think most here will not deny this. we have a financial system that has taken over the world. there is even a commitee of 300 of the most powerful people on earth. everybody by now knows the bilderbergs, and how the bankers control every single thing. brother :sami did not only talk about these facts, but also offered alternatives. first he explained how our names and identities are treated. how they are used as bargaining chips among countries that are part of a wider corporate system. then he gave ideas of gaining your own true names back again. those names are in reference to our tribes. in this way brother sami is actually trying to empower us, because the tribes who rule the world (example: sufiani tribe), have stripped us all of power, by legally distancing us from our tribes. anyway, if anybody wants to know more about them, you can find them on the now-closed topics that were moved from the imam mahdi sections to the off-topic section.
     
    8 - actively and proactively attempt to work towards the 313
     
    the quran says that Allah does not change our situations until we change what is within us. those are powerful words, and brother sami is one of the few who truly tries to change us and himself. he is a sensitive soul masha Allah, and he tries where most don't try. and regardless of how he tries, or where he tries, at least he does so. and what do they say about someone who knocks on a door? eventually it opens. i remember that from a hadith. so, i have faith that brother sami will either be among the 313 in sha Allah, or his kids. or he will be among those who are resurrected to be among them. especially when looking at him in context to this biggest shia online community on the internet (members on shiachat), he truly stands out as somebody who is obsessed. somebody who has this as his only priority and only wish. somebody like me. alhamdulilah.
     
    i ask of you to pray for brother sami and me that we make it, because if you pray for a brother /sister , then it's like praying for yourself on steroids.
     
    and i will not hide the fact that i wish brother sami would come back here and post more posts again. i speak to him on viber, whatsapp, skype and email, but i simply don't like that he's not on here anymore, while i'm here.
     
    whether it happens or not, i don't know. it's destiny and not in our hands. but in God's Hands.
     
    i ask you for dua
     
    your brother
    peace seeker
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from AMR5 in On Proving The Existence Of God:   
    walaikum salaam warahmat Allah wabarakatu
     
    thank you dear ethereal
     
    i appreciate any challenge from anybody, and believe this is the best way to grow. so i would like to thank you for your help by posing difficult questions to my theories, in an attempt to come up with a conclusion that fits best for all of mankind. searching for that irrefutable approach to prove gods existence once and for all.
     
    it is even nice having it come from a fellow shia, who can look at his own religion from an atheists perspective, which is a rare gift. what was the saying? from our dear friend aristotle: "it is the mark of an educated mind to entertain a thought without accepting it". how else can we convince people to believe in god?
     
     
    anyway,
     
    1) before time and space: that is the point! we can never know or understand the reality beyond time and space. actually i take that back - there is one way of feeling it because in some way we are connected to it and come from there. we can feel it, but we can never understand or put it down in words. but for us humans we understand that time moves forwards, and so if we move backwards there had to be one point when it began. and all we can know is that there was a first. before that we don't know.
     
     
    well dear brother, the beginning had an initiator who is intelligent. how do i know that initiator is intelligent? because it takes intelligence to create intelligence. whatever name you want to give this very first being, it's ok. but this very first being is responsible for all that came after that, including angels, and all. and i do know that angels are governed by laws just like us. when looking at something on purely scientific level, everything is energy, everything is light. because matter is actually simply energy as well. so the word physical is simply what appears as tangible to our limited senses. get what i mean? let me give you an example: the laws of electricity work identically to the laws of water. when we studied electric circuits in physics class you have the same exact rules like physical water flow. then also, water can turn into vapor, which might not look "physical" to us, but it is still equally tangible in essence.
     
     
    if you look at all evolution outside of life, it goes in one direction. it goes from higher to less complex design. however, life is different. life goes against all this. it takes scattered minerals and gathers them together in complex systems and molecule structures. life goes against all rules of physics, and can never be explained through rationale. life in itself isn't a direct proof, but it is rather an inspirational proof - showing us a miracle happening, that is linked to something we can't see. namely a spirit. as soon as spirit leaves a body, or a soul, or personality, then the order of nature takes place again. one of the names of god is the living. it is a way of seeing manifestations of god, which is proof that there must be a higher being doing this. i hope i explained myself correctly.
     
     
    now that is a great question, which is beyond the scope of this topic. actually, this topic is just to cover the idea and proof that God exists. now, you can call this God anything you want, as long as it makes sense. first cause, first pusher, first being, first mover, first entity, source, etc etc etc. the point is that if we agree that there was an initiation intelligent force beyond our limited intelligence and senses, then that is understanding god from a rational point of view.
     
    this is proving that there is a being who is beyond all creations, and all beings. a creator quite literally, who put this all in place. i know this sounds like boring religious talk again, but it's actually quite scientific, and to me undeniable proof. there had to be a beginning, and above all a beginner.
     
    a beginner who began time
    a beginner who began space
    a beginner who pushed the first push
    a beginner who began everything
    a beginner who caused everything to be
    ...
    the first cause
     
     
    well fact is that this beginner of time and space is beyond measurement. we can't measure some"thing" that is beyond time and space, because measurement is limited to time and space. we can't measure anything outside of our limitations.
     
    measuring anything would take two points at least. two reference points. but dealing with a being who is beyond and unbound by it all, is beyond our comprehension.
     
    can you imagine what infinity is? as a kid i used to always think that way. what comes after the boundaries of earth and the solar system and the stars ?? what comes after that .. and then after that? infinity is not possibly for us to understand or measure. same goes for zero. non existence can not be grasped by us or understood. it can be felt in momentary states of ecstatic spiritual flight, but never pinned down with rationale.
     
    a being who is beyond and before .. or let's say "before" time and space, is never bound by it. because that being existed before the first second was counted. before anything that can be measured (like the moon or sun) is in existence. before anything rotated or took place. so logically the initiator of the "big bang" is not bound by what came after it.
     
    also, let me repeat that no particle regardless of how small, could exist before existence of particles. and here comes again the fact that atoms (or sub atomic particles somebody mentioned here), are merely fields of energy. what do we know about them? only what we can measure :)

     
    salam alaikum warahmat Allah wabarakatu
     
    i second what brother ethereal said to you dear brother quisant. my father taught me a very important lesson when i was young: "you can get away with anything as long as you are polite" .. well he said it in swedish and the word for polite is 'artig'. and you sure got away with the little minor mistake by being nice to me in that next post! Allah is greater!  so i want to thank you and hope to learn more about you and your ways, including your nice english grammar skills :D
     
    im sure you're a great person and peace be on you and your family
     
    may the first cause keep you for us,
     
    all the best to you too
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from AMR5 in On Proving The Existence Of God:   
    on proving the existence of God:
     
    This subject is possibly among the most controversial. For me a feeling of certainty beyond rationale supports my belief in God; however, my rational view on it does definitely convince me and make me more sure of it. This can be discussed and proved in infinite ways, and i encourage anybody to kindly add their own perspective. I will go into some basic reasons that i see as clear proof from a rational and logical sense.
     
    science:
     
    1- Law of Thermodynamics (complicated name, but it isn't)
     
    In today's scientific world we have what some call the 'Laws of Thermodynamics'. These laws are present in pretty much every physics book, no matter how simple. 
    One of these laws states that 'energy can not be created or destroyed'. With this in mind, it means that according to science today the energy we have in the universe is constant. So when time and space began, the same amount of energy was present, as is today. This poses the question to the thinker of "where did this energy come from?". Obviously it had to come from a source that is beyond time and space. This source must be beyond time and space, making that Source infinite - because anything finite is linked to time and space. According to science, time and space did start at one point. Nowadays they call it the "Big Bang". 
    There is a saying that "from nothing comes nothing". So this proves to the mind that there must be a source of all the energy in the universe who is beyond time and space (infinite).
     
    2 - Law of Entropy: (again, don't be fooled by the name. it's a super simple concept)
     
    In connection to the above we see in our surrounding world that everything moves from a state of higher organization to lower (energy moves from higher to lower state). Any object we leave long enough will fall apart - from from more to less organized. The only exception to this is life and living things. All living creatures take disorganized minerals and substances, and put them together into complex and organized systems. As soon as the spirit of that living creates leaves the body, it will disintegrate again, as does everything else. So this shows us that life is a miracle, and life in itself is a proof for the existence of God. Therefore, i believe all Godly religions tell us to look at growth and circles of life as proof for understanding the Divine. Life goes against all logic and rules around us. It is a spark of resistance in a world where everything goes from more to less organized.
     
    3- Intelligent Design:
     
    We know for fact that everything us humans design is the work of intelligence that flows through us. Our cars are only as advanced as our engineers and designers. Our computers only reach their potential set by the level of computer scientists. But we all agree that any design has to have a designer behind it. So when we look at nature, and the DNA code for instance, or how the laws of physics work, or how beautiful everything is. We can be sure 100% that there is a designer behind all this. Just like the saying above says "from nothing comes nothing", we can also say "it takes intelligence to create intelligence".
     
    4 - First Mover:
     
    This concept is used by Aristotle who was a monotheist. It relates directly to the first proof i used. A scientific concept says that one can not move without being moved. Or one can not push without being pushed. Basically, the energy i put out comes from somewhere, and it also always comes back. Like, when shooting a bullet from a gun, the gun will recoil (or push back) in the exact amount of energy that is used to push the bullet forward. At the same time the energy to move the bullet forward comes from stored chemical energy inside the bullet. This energy goes from organized energy into heat and sound and movement (kinetic) energy, as well as many other forms of degraded energy forces. 
    So when taking into account that everything that happens, must originate from something else causing it, we logically must assume that there was a 'first pusher' .. that would be the equivalent of the initiator of the big bang for instance. It all had to start from someone. (some"One" because before time and space there was no Two .. )
    I believe this is the reason why holy books talk about the movement of the sun and moon etc being evidence of God's existence for those who think. Possibly the question of "who created this?", or "who is moving this?", or "wow, what a beautiful design" .. "look at those graphics :)" , "who started this?" may come to mind.
     
    That is how witnessing a sunset or sunrise could lead to bigger faith.
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from PureExistence1 in Speech In Islam   
    (wasalam)
     
    bismilah
     
    thank you jazak Alah khair, i hope your compliment doesn't go to my head and inflate my fake ego .. all greatness is from Allah.
     
    i wrote it .. or better said .. compiled it .. myself and wrote small commentaries.
     
    thank you so much you touched my heart with this comment
     
    (wasalam)
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Sex Is Insignificant?   
    Beautified for people is the love of that which they desire - of women and sons, heaped-up sums of gold and silver, fine branded horses, and cattle and tilled land. That is the enjoyment of worldly life, but Allah has with Him the best return. 3:14
    in this life our own pleasures are secondary to pleasing Allah. The next life is all about pleasure 24/7 .. which will be in line with pleasure of Allah.
    It's good to think of it this way: when Adam came down to earth, his last thought was sex most probably. He was probably busy repenting, working and looking forwards to getting out of here asap, wa Allahu Aalam ..
    although im pretty sure he thought marriage and union with Eve was important, for the sake of killing loneliness, and uniting in the effort to please Allah together .. in a complete and peaceful way
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Al Hadi in Stop Shirazi Ads!   
    Does he say that ghulu is being performed (such as Zulm etc.) or does he make sweeping statements such as anybody who believes X is a ghali? It's like the difference between saying "I think this is wrong" and "he is a wrong-doer" . First one is acceptable in my opinion, while the second one is not . First one can apply to a momin, while the second one would be closer to takfiri labeling.
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from wolverine in Over 30's Club   
    I better go and hide :)
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from wolverine in Over 30's Club   
    i think sister Hameedeh is also above 30
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from wolverine in Over 30's Club   
    salam alaikum
     
    this is an attempt to gather together the more senior members on shiachat, so that we can communicate and also so others may know who deserves seniority respect  :D
     
    i know that gypsy, mohammad ali, :sami, and starlight are above 30 if i remember correctly ( i might have forgotten some ), but who else? let us gain the respect we deserve!
     
    i'm 35 according to the gregorian callendar, and a bit older in hijri .. alhamdulilah. about to reach my 40!! exciting alhamdulilah
     
     
    the secret of genius is to carry the spirit of the child into old age, which means never losing your enthusiasm - Aldous Huxley
     
     
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Mansur Bakhtiari in Zanjeer Zani Absolute Haram Or Conditionally Haram   
    Al-Kafi Vol 3

     

    H 4631, Ch. 80, h 1

    A number of our people have narrated from Sahl ibn Ziyad from Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn abu Nasr and al-Hassan ibn Ali all from abu Jamilah from Jabir from abu Ja‘far, who has said the following:

     

    “Once I asked abu Ja‘far, ‘Alayhi al-Salam, ‘What is impatience and outcry?’ He replied, ‘An intense

    form of impatience is to cry aloud expressing certain words as al-Wayl or howling or beating of the

    face or chest or pulling out of hairs from the forehead. Whoever organizes a lamentation ceremony

    has abandoned patience. If one exercises patience and acknowledges the reality of death saying, “To

    Allah we belong and to Him we return,” praises and thanks Allah, the Most Majestic, the Most

    Glorious, he has agreed with the decision of Allah. His reward becomes due with Allah, otherwise,

    Allah’s system of the working of things prevails, but he is condemned and Allah turns his efforts void

    and fruitless.’” 

     

     

    H 4634, Ch. 80, h 4

    Ali ibn Ibrahim has narrated from his father, from al-Nawfaliy from al-Sakuniy who has said the following:

     

    “Abu ‘Abd Allah, ‘Alayhi al-Salam, has said that the Messenger of Allah has said, ‘If a Muslim strikes

    his hand against his thigh due to suffering and sorrow, it causes his deeds to become void and

    fruitless.’”

     

     

    H 4638, Ch. 80, h 8

    A number of our people have narrated from Sahl ibn Ziyad from al-Hassan ibn Ali from Ali ibn ‘Uqbah from the woman of al-Hassanal-Sayqal who has said the following:

     

    “Abu ‘Abd Allah, ‘Alayhi al-Salam, has said that it is not advisable to cry loudly for a deceased or

    teardown one’s clothes.”

     

     

    H 4639, Ch. 80, h 9

    Sahl has narrated from Ali ibn Hassa’n from Musa ibn Bakr who has said the following:

     

    “Abu al-Hassan the 1st, ‘Alayhi al-Salam, has said, ‘A man’s striking his hand on his thigh, when

    suffering a misfortune, causes suspension of his rewards for his suffering.’”
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Al Hadi in How can the shias unite?   
    Salam
     
    One of the best known hadiths talks about 73 sects of which all but one go to hell. Of those sects we have 13 so-called shias. Therefore, the majority of shias are astray. Once we have 313 it's over for oppression. How many shias are there today alive? 300,000,000? So 300/300 000 000... multipled by 100 = ..  0.0001% .. so approx 1 in every million.
     
    To give you a perspective, how many members are there on ShiaChat?
     
    One thing is for sure: whoever makes it to the 313 will be very different and most likely hated by most shias and non shias alike. 
     
    Much like the Rabbis during the time of Jesus, most humans dont like change. The 313 will challenge the status quo, and will not be afraid to say it. They are against mainstream, because mainstream at the end-times will be a road to hell.
    Most will resist new ideas and uncovering of truths, because they are happy with their current belief system, and they love popularity. 313 will not be afraid to be labelled as "crazy" by people who hold on to ignorance for the sake of temporary comfort. People who will sell their souls to satan without knowing it, till it's too late.
     
    The time of the 313 will not be a merciful one, until they win. Once they win the extreme wrath will be turned to extreme prosperity and safety for all God-willing.
    However, i am sure the 313 would be most willing to unite with anyone under the controversial banner of truth, and more so than anyone else, until the time has come. The time of total destruction for their enemies and revenge.
    Also let me add that the 313 will not be exclusively from self proclaimed "shia" families, as God guides who he chooses. There are likely to be Christians, Jews, atheists, pagans etc, who got purified and then chosen for this task. So it is less than one in a million "shia" who make it in sha Allah. Shiachat is a good recruiting platform nonetheless. We should never lose hope.
     
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Mansur Bakhtiari in Sayyed Abdul Malik Al-Houthi ,the Yamani?   
    I think saying 70,000 at that time would rather be 700,000 of today, as the world population has multiplied by ten at least. So, if we compare standards and put into context, then those numbers can be possibly inflated .. I know that someone might say "but the 313 won't be 3,130 .." Well, I don't have an answer to that, except that the 313 aren't really an army .. In itself .. In classical terms of the word army.
    Nowadays armies of millions is the norm, something that didn't exist back then ..
    .. Just a possibility when dealing with predictions .. To sometimes put them in context
    WAllahu Aalam
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Ali al-Abdullah in Allah's Creation   
    while we have people living as vegetarians, because they feel so sorry for animals, there are plants that eat animals ..
     

     

     
     


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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Ali al-Abdullah in Allah's Creation   
    Bioluminescent plankton:
     

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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Haimi in Your Own Captured Photos   
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Ali al-Abdullah in Sayyed Abdul Malik Al-Houthi ,the Yamani?   
    I think saying 70,000 at that time would rather be 700,000 of today, as the world population has multiplied by ten at least. So, if we compare standards and put into context, then those numbers can be possibly inflated .. I know that someone might say "but the 313 won't be 3,130 .." Well, I don't have an answer to that, except that the 313 aren't really an army .. In itself .. In classical terms of the word army.
    Nowadays armies of millions is the norm, something that didn't exist back then ..
    .. Just a possibility when dealing with predictions .. To sometimes put them in context
    WAllahu Aalam
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Livia in What I Learned From :sami   
    salam alaikum,
     
    :Sami has unregistered because he felt unwelcome here, and especially felt pushed out by the moderator / administrator team. Although i know that :Sami, like all of us has made mistakes on shiachat, i would like to express to you dear members what i learned from him. It goes without saying that brother :Sami is very unique and special, with very special contributions too. It would be a shame if those positive sides go to loss, so i plan to revive them here in spirit at least:
     
    1 - passion for the 313 and the mahdi:
     
    i truly believe that his passion is genuine, and i felt this passion even more, when i got closer to him outside of shiachat. this passion and obsession is unparalleled, and can be contagious. it's the kind of bug we would like to catch, to remind us of the cause, and after all shias of today are shias of their current imam, who is the mahdi. so he puts that into perspective, and kept the topic well alive.
     
    2 -  free thought and questioning:
     
    :sami taught us - or encouraged us - to think freely and question the system we live in. this is an important bridge to today's society and time. these old hadith books are beautiful and rare, but to really put them to use, we must convert them to today's world. where are the sufianis of today? how are they interlinked with the anti-christ system? how do they operate? what do they know? what are their plans? what are their tools?
     
    3 -  being ready for the 313:
     
    even if his points are not all correct or accurate, they are still points. in today's world less and less people are concerning themselves with this issue. look at the imam mahdi section in this forum. since 2012 didn't turn out to be the date of zuhur, people have lost faith and interest in talking or posting about it. when i first joined shiachat in 2010 it was very different. brother :sami goes against all this and truly stands out as somebody who is obsessed with figuring out how to be among them. and if not him, then his children. i don't find many people who are vocal about this, or actively living their lives devoted to this.
     
    4 -  being kind:
     
    brother :sami is a kind guy, with akhlaq that is commendable. compared to me he is very even tempered, and never gets rude with people. a man like him has been pushed around and bullied by people who are literally his kids age. imagine you having kids and some kids their age talking to you from a high horse position, or insulting you and accusing you of terrible things. yet, he kept his cool, and kept his akhlaq in line. that to me is a sign that he's a good man. no matter what his mistakes, and i know his mistakes more than most of you, because him and me got closer on a personal level ( i think my mistakes are more! ) . trust and friendship is to ignore and overlook mistakes, while looking at each others strengths. we all have mistakes, and none of us may say that god will forgive ours, and not theirs.
     
    5 - educational and generous:
     
    nobody can deny that sami is very generous with his knowledge. some here think he's nuts, or has false information. he has even been accused of deliberately falsifying information. but i have seen no evidence of this. i might disagree with something he says, but that does not mean that i have the right to say he is deliberately misguiding us. so anyway, he is generous with wanting to help us. how many people do you know above 50 here on shiachat willing to share with us information and life lessons? i don't know any. actually brother sami is the only one. if you listen into the things he says, and the doors he opens, you will find a lot of very useful and practical advice he gives. he really tries to help in all fields including business, dealing with sufiani system, understanding banking system, etc etc etc. if any of you want to make a business for instance, this would be the man to ask. this would be a good mentor. he treats you all as his children. that is something very touching i believe. i love this man anyway.
     
    6 -  puts us in touch with earth and indigenous people
     
    :Sami really did a good job at speaking for the oppressed and abused indigenous people of the earth. he has a set of principles and rules that are alternative to mainstream, yet make sense. he believes for instance, that it is haram to live on occupied land, without at least trying to meet any local aboriginal person, and get at least a spiritual visa. like, if you grew up in occupied palestine, you should at least look for a palestinian family (ideally local chief), and befriend them. also symbolically ask them the grant you permission to stay on their land. i think that is beautiful, and he has a point. occupied land (like australia, USA, etc) is very infertile ground for iman. brother sami believes that it is haram to live on occupied land without permission of indigenous people. i believe it's true.
     
    7 - attempts to get out of the dajjal/ sufiani/ satanic system
     
    brother :sami always made it clear that we live in a messed up end-of-days system, that is controlled by elites who want to dominate the world. i think most here will not deny this. we have a financial system that has taken over the world. there is even a commitee of 300 of the most powerful people on earth. everybody by now knows the bilderbergs, and how the bankers control every single thing. brother :sami did not only talk about these facts, but also offered alternatives. first he explained how our names and identities are treated. how they are used as bargaining chips among countries that are part of a wider corporate system. then he gave ideas of gaining your own true names back again. those names are in reference to our tribes. in this way brother sami is actually trying to empower us, because the tribes who rule the world (example: sufiani tribe), have stripped us all of power, by legally distancing us from our tribes. anyway, if anybody wants to know more about them, you can find them on the now-closed topics that were moved from the imam mahdi sections to the off-topic section.
     
    8 - actively and proactively attempt to work towards the 313
     
    the quran says that Allah does not change our situations until we change what is within us. those are powerful words, and brother sami is one of the few who truly tries to change us and himself. he is a sensitive soul masha Allah, and he tries where most don't try. and regardless of how he tries, or where he tries, at least he does so. and what do they say about someone who knocks on a door? eventually it opens. i remember that from a hadith. so, i have faith that brother sami will either be among the 313 in sha Allah, or his kids. or he will be among those who are resurrected to be among them. especially when looking at him in context to this biggest shia online community on the internet (members on shiachat), he truly stands out as somebody who is obsessed. somebody who has this as his only priority and only wish. somebody like me. alhamdulilah.
     
    i ask of you to pray for brother sami and me that we make it, because if you pray for a brother /sister , then it's like praying for yourself on steroids.
     
    and i will not hide the fact that i wish brother sami would come back here and post more posts again. i speak to him on viber, whatsapp, skype and email, but i simply don't like that he's not on here anymore, while i'm here.
     
    whether it happens or not, i don't know. it's destiny and not in our hands. but in God's Hands.
     
    i ask you for dua
     
    your brother
    peace seeker
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Rightly Guided Benefactor in Convict Beaten Before Execution In Iran   
    zero contributions with zero evidence =  sub-zero contributions
     
    maybe to make the whinning complaining people happy the IRI should make a 5 star bling bling gallow designed by the Iranian aeronotic agency, and be certain color of the gallows don't annoy the eyes of the people watching the guy getting killed.
     
    Then maybe a red carpet with special forces making team meetings while the elite troops of the Quds force push the heavily restrained criminal on a trolley towards the expensive luxurious metal complex
     

     
    .. i suggest we get an architect of the calliber of I. M. Pei, to boost the image of Iran, as a country that has high quality sturdy and modern gallows.
     
    also, the outfit of the executed person should be in line with total restrainment, so that in no way can the image of Iran be tarnished by a possible outbreak of escape by one of these people being executed.
     

     
    .. just to make sure nobody ends up punching him if he kicks some officers around, and no stagnation happens for Iran ..
     
    Then of course we should get a special electric scaffolding, so that the executed person feels it's a high quality execution, and the onlookers also will approve of the hanging process
     

     
    .. we just have to check what color would not offend any western youtube watchers. maybe paint it black in respect of the criminal.
     
    however, this scaffold has to be tested first by crash test kicks, in order to determine if it is sturdy enough to withstand a trained thai boxing criminal on death row.
     
    maybe a similar reinforcement like the following can be added by the aeronotic department studded with precious stones, that reflect iranian culture, and human rights
     

     
    if anybody has more ideas for improvement, please add
     
    thank you
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Rightly Guided Benefactor in Convict Beaten Before Execution In Iran   
    A person claiming self-defense must prove at trial that the self-defense was justified. Generally a person may use reasonable force when it appears reasonably necessary to prevent an impending injury. A person using force in self-defense should use only so much force as is required to repel the attack. Non deadly force can be used to repel either a non deadly attack or a deadly attack. Deadly Force may be used to fend off an attacker who is using deadly force but may not be used to repel an attacker who is not using deadly force.
     
    http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Self-Defense
     
     
     in general you're allowed to use reasonable physical force to protect yourself from imminent or immediate physical injury. You can only use that amount of force that's necessary to stop the threat of harm.
     
    http://criminal.lawyers.com/criminal-law-basics/limits-on-self-defense.html
     
     
    i'm sure iranian law will be close to that, as it's common sense. in 4:01 we see him lifting his leg again to kick somebody, and putting them into further danger of falling down again and hurting themselves; so this gives the person (doesn't have to be police, can be anybody) the right to attack .. and while he kicked with his feet, the officer hit with his hand. 
     
    if he had not hit him, the man would have tried to kick around more, and more people could get injured. This gives the right for self defense.
     
    No need for opinions here, this is the law and common sense. Even Allah tells us to fight those who fight us, within limits. 
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Rightly Guided Benefactor in Convict Beaten Before Execution In Iran   
    it's not about what you think, it's about what happened. What happened is that the man kicked and posed a danger to people surrounding him. 
     
    he kicked a man from off a stage, and threw another one down.. and then was hit before being fully restrained. You don't see any danger in kicking people meters down it seems. Maybe you have so much sympathy for this criminal, that you think he should be treated well even if he attacks officers around him. Maybe you think him being a criminal should make him an exception, while any other human kicking and putting officers at risk will most likely be hit by a hand, a tazer, or a bullet. 
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Rightly Guided Benefactor in Convict Beaten Before Execution In Iran   
    it's what happened. the video shows that the people couldn't restrain him peacefully, and only after he physically attacked several officers did they strike back. It is not against the law that police react and hit back if they are hit. the guy isn't strong, he's just a maniac and the officers holding him were well behaved. he wouldn't have it the easy way so they gave it to him the hard way.
     
    in the heat of the moment if somebody kicks an officer and poses a threat to people around him, the police may hit the person on the head to soften them and minimize the threat. police officers learn how to strike, and not only how to twist arms.
     
    anyway your comments show that you seem to have bad eye sight or simply little idea about real life situations where self defense is a right and duty, while you try to turn it into a joke. 
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Rightly Guided Benefactor in Convict Beaten Before Execution In Iran   
    they obviously beat him because he was trying to escape and even kicked the officers off the ramp (who probably got hurt, especially that first one). He was kicking the equipment around as well, posing threat with the projectiles. if you are under this stage you'd be worried that this thing hits you. In the states they would have tazered him, but here they just knocked him out a bit so he wouldn't resist and hurt other people who were trying to hold him .. 
     
    in any country if one resists arrest, and beats officers, the officers reserve the right to subdue the person .. even if it's a police dog grabbing his arm. They did not "torture" him .. this is purely circumstantial .. i am honestly surprised that those guys holding him were not more firm with him, and didn't put him into a choke and twist his arm on the floor and hand cuff him .. they could have also cuffed his feet .. in demon possessed cases like this it would be justified. 
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from sharinganMahdi in Who is ahmad al hassan and why do some people call him the yemani?   
    and Peace and Allah's Blessings
     
    Yes and i believe that the guy who calls himself "Ahmed al Hassan" is actually a demon, which is basically a Jinn on the wrong side of the battle between good and evil. The reason is because i've noticed the attacks on the astral plane of his followers. Also, it seems to me there is a think-tank of assistants who do the whole research that he uses to provide hadiths and other evidence. The thing is that the amount of mistakes in his work exposes him even more. The average ShiaChat user could do a better job in posing as a Yamani according to my beliefs. 
    Especially when reading what he says, the intelligence could not be further away from that of any Prophet or Caliph according to what i've read from books containing their narrations.
    When i read parts of the Bible where God talks to us, i feel it is the same voice that i hear in the Quran. At the same time when i read Prophet David, Jesus or Solomon talking in the Bible, i am like "yeah, they are in the same league", but when i read this supposed Ahmed AH i feel he is clearly a fraud. 
    I'm not trying to impose my beliefs on you, but it might be interesting to you to hear what others think of your leader:
     
    1 - your leader doesn't seem to exist in the flesh, as he has not really emerged physically, while claiming to have emerged 
     
    2 - the hadiths talk about the yamani actually having a sword and that when he emerges he will actually use it. Where is this invincible Yamani. The real Yamani would be the unbeaten leader at the front against ISIS by now.
     
    3 - according to my beliefs the only ones today of the people who actually exist who could be resonating with Yamani are Sayid Hassan NasrAllah and Sayid Al Houthi. Because they actually exist, and they actually do something other than talk.
     
    wasalaam
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    peace seeker II got a reaction from Determined in Qur'an Verse Of The Day   
    Bismilah awuthu billah
     
    إن حزب الشيطان هم الخاسرون
     
    inna hizb alshshaytan hum alkhasiroon
     
    definitely, the party of Satan - they are the losers. 58:19
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