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Abdul-Hadi

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  1. I wouldn't specifically say Zionism is at war with Abrahamic religions, because Zionism is in and of itself, at least in the way that it currently exists, a colonial project of American Right Wing Evangelicals, often ones that preach the "prosperity gospel". The idea being that if they can run this colonial project in the Middle East and load it up with Jews, then the Jews are both out of their countries and they're "helping to fulfill Biblical prophecy" thus bringing about the End Times™. They are mistaken because by their own theology, the only way to end the Jewish diaspora is for God himself to establish the State of Israel by bringing the Messiah. At least this is what Jewish groups opposed to the state of Israel (Neuteri Karta) teach, and that it is a gross sin for humans to reestablish Israel and use it as a dumping ground for the Jews that they don't want in their own country. Israel is inherently an American colonial project designed by Evangelical Christians to get Jews out of America so they can eventually create an Evangelical theocracy... but it's not working because Israel eats up American tax dollars and rather than the country becoming more Christian, it's becoming aggressively secular and threatening the existence of religion as a whole by the left wing who are pushing degenerate alternative lifestyles, critical race theory, and ultimately some weird form of Neo-Marxism, that doesn't focus on class but focuses on essentially starting a race war (because there will be a race war in America soon, regardless of whether the left likes it or not, Whites aren't going to simply roll over and be demonized when their ancestors built this country) and overturning any sort of normative sexual expression... the more degenerate, disgusting, perverse, and wicked the better. Atheism is definitely to blame for this, and I can see it in the culture of the past two decades when it slowly started in the 2000s as Christians were being demonized and then took off in 2010 under Barak Hussein Obama as platforms like YouTube were used to broadcast the atheist message to millions of people and Obama began weaponizing the IRS against churches and other religious charities: teach pro LGBT/Queer nonsense or lose your tax-exempt status. Soon they're going to be forcing churches to teach queer ideology and to marry homosexuals. Beta O'rourke said it himself: marry homosexuals and be pro-queer or lose your tax-exempt status. And don't think that it's going to stop with Christianity in America. Once they get done destroying Christianity and undermining it, they're going to come for Islam because Islam takes a hard stance against homosexuality and the ensuing queer ideology. The democrat party is not the friend of the Muslim regardless of how much they say that they are, they are going to eventually push their way into the Masjid to force their weird Black Nationalist/Queer feminist ideology to be taught within them to Muslim children. It's just a matter of time until it happens. The question is, what are Muslims going to do to stop it? How should we best resist unnatural and degenerate ideologies from invading our mosques and being forced upon our children in public schools?
  2. I don't have a Switch yet and the chances of me having the money to get one are very slim. Part of me wishes I still could justify sitting down with a game like Dragon Quest or whatever because playing video games was a big part of my youth, but they're just so complex now that I can't really make my way through them as well as I used to when I was a kid. Most RPGs have so many side quests and so much other stuff that is a part of them like weapon-forging/item synthesis etc that I can't possibly understand it all anymore and it's a shame because I love the Dragon Quest games and want to play the new ones, I just feel like they're going to be too complex to handle compared to games like Dragon Quest III, Final Fantasy Tactics, so on and so forth. And I just did 6.25 miles on the bike & burned 151 calories in a half hour. That's pretty good for me but I wish I could stay on for a full hour without my legs and butt getting sore/tired.
  3. I'm doing the same thing. Or at least trying to. I'm actually about to go hit the exercise bike.
  4. Did you know that the entire concept of the Illuminati as a conspiracy theory is based on nonsense that someone who wrote articles for a pornographic magazine made up in the 70s? Adam Curtis' newest documentary series "Can't Get You Out of My Head" goes into great detail about the genesis of the Illuminati theory and how it impacted people's tendency to believe in conspiracy theories, which is a major source of disinformation today. See, there really are conspiracies, but conspiracy theories are spread to take the public's eye off of the actual conspiracies that the Western governments are engaging in. One of the most famous ones was in the late 80s throughout the 90s when the government was creating and "leaking" fake documents about UFOs and Aliens to throw the public off of the fact that they were testing stealth technology and drones in places that could be seen around America. The B2 Stealth was only revealed during the first invasion of Iraq in the early 90s but had been in development since the Carter administration, along with a host of other air and spacecraft that were tested but not put into production. People saw these flights over their cities or suburbs, when they would report them to local law enforcement, they either did not know what they were or simply denied that the people saw anything. As these trials continued on, govt began to "leak" documents about UFOs (that were spurious) to throw people off of the trail of what was really going on. Illuminati is a similar thing. It was first mentioned in I believe Playboy magazine by two writers who were running something called "Operation Mindfreak" (had a different name, but it's a profanity so I'm censoring it) in order to basically fool people who believe in conspiracies.
  5. I was baptized into and raised in the Catholic church. The idea that they are "sun" and "moon" worshipers is patently false.
  6. I can almost assure that it will be removed if it starts to go viral. Big Tech is at war with religion, because Big Tech cares about so-called "social justice" and the LGBT activist movement who actively seeks to destroy religion in the world, because they do not like the fact that religion, at least the religions of Abraham, call their lifestyle sinful. If you'll notice that religion videos are often throttled and shadow banned on YouTube whereas videos about "social justice" and atheism are propelled to the top of the search function. This is not random, nor by accident: There is a concerted effort by FB, YouTube, Google, and IG to undermine religion and make religious people into second-class citizens around the globe because religion "gets in the way of building a GLOBAL society" Religion videos are alright to YouTube as long as they portray religious people as hateful, sectarian, etc. A video showing unity between Christians and Muslims doesn't go with that narrative that Big Tech wants to push, so I definitely expect it to be banned. I would recommend HalalTube as a good site to see videos, but I think that almost all of their content comes from Sunnis and that Shia are either not present on the site or are simply not allowed to upload Khutbah, lectures, etc to there.
  7. I don't talk to my father at all. He's got his new family now and only calls me if he wants to try and make me feel bad about "disappointing" him. This usually happens after he's been drinking or using drugs and at 2:30-3am when I am asleep. The reason I stopped talking to him initially was because he was pressuring me to get him LSD and magic mushrooms, possession of both are a felony charge and it didn't seem to bother him that he was telling me to break the law and get him drugs. Then in order to get an annulment from my mother through the catholic church so he could get remarried in a Catholic ceremony, he lied to the church tribunal, telling them that I'm "retarded" and that my mother was "cruel" to him (she wasn't). The fact that he was willing to lie to a church tribunal to get his way disgusted me both at him and the fact that the catholic church just granted him the annulment no questions asked after he lied disgusted me with them, and I embraced Islam soon after.
  8. I don't go to the gym to workout. I have an exercise bike that I ride about six miles or so a day in my living room while I listen to podcasts. I'd try to ride longer but doing six miles ends up hurting my butt and I have to get off after that (I should get a gel seat and see if that does any better for me). I haven't incorporated any pushups or crunches into my routine yet because I'm normally pretty smoked by the time I get off the bike and don't think that I'd have the energy to even be able to bang out a set of 20 each. I'm horrendously out of shape due to years of treating my body like an amusement park and living a sedentary lifestyle, but I'm trying to get in some semblance of shape because you only get one life on this earth and I don't like looking in the mirror at myself due to the weight that my meds have made me gain.
  9. Speaking of which, I've been IP banned from Reddit for "repeatedly violating site policy". What site policy? Stating that in Islam, homosexuality is a sin and that men and women are different from one another and thus, have different rights and responsibilities under Islamic law. A question was asked on a religion subreddit about what Islam believes regarding these fashionable, hot button issues. I answered what my understanding of Islam's take on homosexuality and LGBT is, along with what Islam teaches about men and women. So they banned my IP. Not my account, my IP address so I can't make any different accounts and go back on. Keep social media out of Islamic countries. Better yet, Islamic countries should make their own social media networks that will enforce modesty standards for men and women and not allow LGBT propagandizing to take place, because social media indoctrination is, as Ash said, a most powerful tool for spreading this reprobate teaching and programming of children. Social media pressure is how LGBT recruit their next generation since they cannot produce children.
  10. That's what "Hate Speech" is going to mutate and become though; watch, within the next 5 years, criticizing the democrat party in America will be considered "Hate Speech" as Nancy Pelosi has already primed the pump by referring to the Republican party's policy proposals as "hate". What policy might you ask? My home state banning MEN from competing in women's sports. This is considered "hate" now because the democrat party has chosen to go all-in on radical social experiments.
  11. Nation of Islam definitely isn't a Muslim denomination. It's a race supremacy cult that bases itself off of Islam because of the false premise that Islam is a religion for brown people (Islam is a religion for all people). Malcom X, probably the most well known member of the NOI ended up quitting the organization after going on the Hajj and realizing that Islam was a universal religion for people of all colors: White, black, tan, olive, and everything in between and beyond. The NOI also believes a lot of nonsense that doesn't line up with Islam at all such as their belief in the "Mothership" and the scientist with the lightbulb-shaped head (Yaq'ub) who made white people in a laboratory. Islam does not teach that a scientist with a lightbulb-shaped head made anyone in a laboratory, only that Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) created all people as the ability to create is a unique trait of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) that no other being has. So while people want to be politically correct and say "Oh the NOI is such a great thing!" It's really not, because the doctrines that it teaches are antithetical to those of Islam, let alone Shia Islam.
  12. I would definitely make your oldest son aware that he has to start to be reliable now if you do end up choosing to go back to work. I don't work currently but my mom does so I prepare most of the dinner and do most of the cleaning and stuff around the house for her because it's cool of her to just be letting me live with her as an adult let alone be helping me financially since I have a remarkably difficult time holding down a job due to my condition and some other factors in my life at the moment that demand a lot of time that could otherwise be spent working full time. As fr as the other adults in the household go, it sounds like they're going to have to start picking up some of the household responsibilities. Easy for me to say, but I don't understand the situation other than what I can glean from the info in the thread.
  13. Why Saskatchewan of all places? I heard it's ridiculously cold up there, is it for a job?
  14. I just don't want to give the click to MSN because they're part of the problem when it comes to demonizing Iran on behalf of the liberal regime, so a short summary would be great.
  15. I think it's even simpler than that: as you're having the NDE, you're just losing consciousness and your subconscious is taking over. It's like a dream essentially
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