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In the Name of God بسم الله

gandabacha7241

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    Lived in Korea, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Canada, Malaysia, so choose whichever. I live on either the northern or southern hemisphere of the Earth :D
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    Islam - ahlus sunnah wa jam'ah

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  1. just hold on a second.....shias don't pray taraweeh?? I guess all those nights were for nothing if shias are right lol ...
  2. so i was right, monad was the one that got confused Um, i think you misunderstood my post I'm more pro-Iran than KSA, but I wouldn't say Iran is a "vaccine" when it supports governments that brutal governments like Syria. Also, I'm pretty sure "most of the ummah" in the west, especially many shias here don't share my views about the Muslim Brotherhood. also another thing i have to make clear : (and this is my fault that i didnt say) this post is also a response to @Mohamed1993 The Muslim Brotherhood which you seem to be classifying as one of these terrorists - d
  3. oh...something went wrong here.... "the masses have been indoctrinated to belief what's not in mainstream media, are all conspiracy theories :-(" by reading this i thought he was FOR "what's not in mainstream media".
  4. I wouldn't say i follow a "mainstream media" . I don't see the world as black and white, "the Russian/conspiracy theorist vs American mainstream media" This is how i see the Middle East, divided into three major factions : ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1 - Saudi Arabia and allies (UAE, Egypt, Kuwait, Bahrain, etc) : These countries want a status quo and fear revolutions because they might spread to their own countries, So they have been often a "counter-Arab Spring", which you can see in how they supported Ab
  5. That is a wrong statement. What is prohibited is marrying polytheists which hindus are categorized in, but if there is a purely monotheistic sect that they wouldn't be classified as polytheist/idolater. The name "Hindu" doesn't matter, Hindu after all is a geographic term referring to many religions and traditions in the region But ultimately yes, he is not allowed to marry her.
  6. This is something that is repeated in Islamic lectures a lot : hijab is not only the clothing on your head. It refers also to behaviour in modesty, "averting your gaze", etc. The same goes for men. They should stop staring at women if they look sexy etc and behave modestly. Yes, the parts that need to be covered for women are much more than men. Legs, hair, etc.. But are men really as beautiful? I really don't think i am being biased or showing just one point of view : women are much more beautiful than men. And men are much more [EDIT] as well. Hijab seeks to create an e
  7. I think hijab is definitely about modesty, but I agree with you on that part
  8. Vikram, you seem to be out of options, and she seems very important to you, so have you considered converting to a purely monotheistic hindu sect? I heard about bhakti that emphasise direct access to Brahman and not images/other gods..and then you would be classified as ahlal kitab, as Zoastrian was during the Middle Ages - ? I'm sorry if im being offensive, i don't think it is nice to tell someone to just throw their religion away and not be serious about things like this...also i don't know about traditions involving vegetarianism and not slaughtering cows safe in this "sect" ; i dont know m
  9. This is one of the few movies that shows the frustration of Muslims, their feeling of being attacked, their pain about the wars, and their conspiracy theories about Jews influenced by issues with Israel.. I like that it shows a Muslim perspective, when we usually always watch hollywood movies with Muslim antagonists etc. but i am disappointed that the Muslim perspective shows only the Jewish/Zionist conspiracy theories and anti semetism :/ Also, of course the quality is bad lol
  10. No, but i was referring specifically to "making sense of politics/wars in the Middle East" . CNN and Fox are useless, yes, but they're irrelevant here. "Do you support bashar al assad? Is the Arab Spring a sham? Gadaffi was a hero? ISIS is a proxy by US? (you might not have to believe that last part, but you get my drift-?)"
  11. That is such a silly statement. What i noticed here is that every time they discuss Islam, anti-Sunni-ism is in their every thought process, "sunnis are the cause of this! this is the wahabbi mindset!" ... If these criticism can be attributed to sunni Islam, then they can be attributed to Shia Islam. I see no difference in this aspect. I thought Sargon of Akkad had something new and insightful to tell, but it turns out he's just adding to exactly what he had been saying before. It's not "interesting" at all. 1:22 "In Islam" ... This is not Islam. Simple as that. There can be muslims
  12. You can be a conservative in the west and still a Muslim, just know that you're going to be different from everyone else. I actually think it's weird that Muslims in the west are liberals/progressives when they share a little more with "christian values". Anyways, I thought i was closer to right wing in US(except for their views on Muslims) , but then I realised they are wrong as well ; I am neither. I have a really long post replying to some of the things you said, but it's currently "hidden" ... lazy mods? :P I am also going to respond to the Sargon of Akkad video later
  13. Yeah, I think I know what's going on I saw your Sargon of Akkad thread and i think i should have replied to it... You watch too much politics on Youtube, or website like it. We know how much right-wing that place is. A long time ago I thought i saw myself as a Muslim that agreed with a lot of conservative/right wing views in USA , just because of Youtube. I saw RT, Sargon of Akkad, Paul Joseph Watson, and wondered "what the heck is going on here??", all those videos about Syrian refugees etc. What i found out, is that if you follow only one narrative, whether it's the conservative or li
  14. oh i guess lol Most people probably did look at stuff from RT one way or another though , if you're interested in politics . RT is a Russian-backed news channel that people follow mainly because it confronts the mainstream western narrative : right wingers in the west, people from russia or countries it backs, some muslims that want a news source that shows the west as antagonists . https://www.rt.com/ and the famous gadaffi video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuqZfaj34nc
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