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Soldiers and Saffron

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  1. You should consider in what society you would like to contribute to, for me personally I would like to contribute to an Islamic society, not to a secular kuffar society. You should also consider the future of you children and what kind of society and norms they are involved in and exposed to. To be completely frank I think that anyone who says you should not move away from open fasad and moral decay are just beating around the bush because to be honest about it would mean to make things uncomfortable for themselves. Unless your purpose to stay in such situation is to do dawah or even
  2. This is really insanity, may God again punish the people who again and again took His blessings for granted and again and again had to be punished with a punishment that they cannot return from in order wake His anger yet again.
  3. Is your reason for caring about the hazaras that they according to you have no one else who supports them or is it that they are shias that makes you care? Would you for example have cared more about the Palestinians if they were shias and the Hazaras were sunnis? What if the Hazaras had others supporting them and the Palestinians had no one? You do not need to answer the question, God knows the answer.
  4. So much chaos and suffering in the world right now... It is really heartbreaking to see the videos coming out of Palestine right now as well as what happened in Afghanistan recently, I wonder how much more we need to see as a ummah before we start to unite against the chaos and suffering. Or will the all the things we see just cause most of us to become desensitize towards the chaos and suffering of others while most of us will be busy living the hyper individualized lives of the modern day and age? I know some people dont even read the news anymore... What seems strange to me i
  5. It is nothing wrong with supporting the oppressed be them in Afghanistan or in Palestine, why do you have to chose? Personally I believe from studying and reflecting that the existence of the state of israel is the main contributor to the split between muslims in the region in our day and age, as it is the only party who has the most to gain from the split and personally I believe that when the state of israel ceases to exist so will the "muslim leaders" in many arab countries which got their power with israeli support as well as the "religious schools" who teach takfiri ideology further
  6. Do we have to pick which muslim in distress we care about or is it possible to care for ALL muslims in distress? I do not think it is productive to give into childish and sectarian mentalities and I think we need to see the bigger picture and act accordingly in a way which we can stand answer for on the day of judgement. May God hasten the reappearance of our Imam (ajf) so that not only all muslims will be relieved of their distress but humanity as whole.
  7. Looking at the US withdrawing from Afghanistan after 20 years of doing nothing but to cause people to hate them more. I really wonder what they managed to achieve other than that... I think back to Bushs(la) speeches about "we do not negotiate with terrorists" and his talks about "either with us or with terrorists" and looking how they ended up in Afghanistan is really funny in a sad way. Fast forward 20 years and the taliban are as strong as ever before, Afghanistan has some powerless phony "government" placed by the US that will die the day the US dont protect them (whic
  8. Sorry for the late reply brother. Unfortunately I do not believe that these young guys protest against corruption, rather they protest against others corruption. And they say they want freedom but what they want is fasad and the death of morality and our cultures as well as our values. I dont think a 20 year old Iraqis life is that much harder than the life of his father or grandfather at age 20, I dont think they had apartments and cars at age 20 back then either. I also think part of the reason why they do not see that is because of globalization and being part of generation Z, they com
  9. I dont think theres any point discussing this. You seem very sentimental about this subject, I dont think you seek any discussion so I wont reply to what you said. Unfortunately corruption in the middle east in general is vast and as long as people expect better from others than to expect better from themselves, nothing will change. It is a cultural problem stemming from a lack of belief in my opinion. Only thing I will advise you as an older brother is that you stop making blame lists for your own life situation. If your always going to blame others for your own state of living, the
  10. Asking for proof regarding a unproven claim is not called being a "stupid redditor" its called being reasonable. I am sorry but I am not going to cater to what to me seems like rumors by making up convenient "truths" that fits them. Making up rumors is a sin, please abstain or provide proof. I will however suggest to you as your brother to not be like those exile Iranians who blame everything bad in their life on the Islamic revolution, they lack ambition in general and are miserable with their lives and what they have achieved in general and so rather than facing the inconven
  11. Please provide evidence for this claim, if your claim is without evidence then what you are doing is making up rumors. https://www.al-islam.org/islamic-moral-system-commentary-surah-hujurat-jafar-subhani/sin-making-rumours
  12. Salam Aleykum, I think that history is some times even more important than the present, because you will not be able to understand the present without understanding the past, more importantly you will not be able to predict the future without studying the past. This is an interesting history video summarizing the U.S involvement in the Middle East starting at around 1930's and ending just before the invasion of Afghanistan, Libya, Iraq and Syria.
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