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  1. (salam) Brother أبو فاطمة المحمدي, I didn't mean to offend you This is true but they didn't actually slap the religion on people like tyrants from what I understand.. (Again, I am not trying to sound mean or disrespectful, believe me.) Abu Bakr al-Baghadi FORCED his religion upon the people of wherever he conquered. And he continues to do so.. I am aware that Iran is not takfir and Iran is perhaps the major driving force that is fighting the takfir. But regarding the way religion is interpreted (and hence enforced), I find that this contradicts the verse in the Quran which clearly says that religion should not be forced. I mean.. take a look at contemporary Iran. And let's take a look at the history of the Fatimid caliphate.. Iran seems to be a bit too harsh in its way of enforcing religion, especially with forced veiling. And the Fatimid caliphate? It had certain problems in its army and perhaps more in its politics, but I would definitely like to live under such a caliphate where I'd have more dignity than in most countries of the world.. Further let's not forget that Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini and Ayatollah Taleghani both had very opposing views. (This does not mean that I do not admire Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, though of course I do not agree with his views..)
  2. Who are we to implement things and that too enforce it forcefully as an Islamic decree when our Lord has not decreed such? And who are we to enforce religion or law derived of religion when our Lord has clearly said that religion may not be forced? And verily, Allah is on the side of the oppressed. Allah was always on the side of the oppressed Shias. And whether Shia or Sunni or Muslim or non-Muslim, Allah does not take well of tyranny. Then why brothers and sisters is the hijab being forced on our sisters..? This breaks my heart..
  3. I cannot agree with the enforcing of religion in Iran but I must respect the country. Each person has their own way of interpreting the Sharia.. the enforcing of religion will only cause harm to Islam. :/
  4. I'm quite confused about the MeK.. They claim to be a 'left wing' organization. I myself am a Communist..but the MeK is showing considerable secatarian character from what I've heard. Plus, the fact that they forged an alliance with Saddam is a bit... how do I put it? Hypocritical? Could someone give me some material that's unbiased by anti Iran elements? Honestly, I'm lost..
  5. I've heard of pro-Houthi Yemeni and Saudi hacker groups, often supported by Iran. I know Anonymous' #OpSaudi is aligned to this but can someone mention any Bahraini Shi'ite cyber forces? Please don't underestimate the power of the internet. An uprising may begin online.
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