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Zain el-Abidine

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  1. I have no affiliation with the Mehdi Army or Sayyid Sadr but I do admire him, and agree with him, and you act more like a nationalist than someone actually concerned with the teachings of this religion and the justice we as the Shia of Ali must uphold
  2. Badr organization assistated the invaders Mehdi Army fought the invaders but all you can say is Zionist to wipe away the truth.
  3. Are you familiar with Solagh who over saw operations in Abu Ghraib? Iraq's take over was a coordinated effort.
  4. Undoubtedly Turkey is the Sunni equivalent of Iran with their Neo-Ottomanism which should also be rejected and is no surprise the two are beginning to become closer and closer?
  5. Perhaps have her read age-level books on science there is a lot of fun/interesting things you could likely find on this subject especially for her age.
  6. Well Iran has no problem sending their citizens to live in Iraq and Syria, with that aside there is a large influx of Afghans and Pakistanis living in Iran as of recent years.
  7. So spending his money to build an army to defend the Iraqi people from foreign occupation is on himself? Sending aid to Fallujah while America and Iraq's "government" were besieging thousands of people is on himself, and standing up for Iraq whilst its neighbors Turkey and Iran are draining its water, using its resources and sending its young people to die for the tyrant Bashar is on himself? I don't need to be Iraqi brother to be logical and understand basic things, Iran is clearly taking advantage of Iraq and the Arab world, they want to dominate the Arab states, Hezbillah's foun
  8. So you don’t like him because he has money...
  9. The act of sodomy is a digusting and disgraceful one. There is a reason why people will say to the one who has been sodomized "you have lost your manhood." This is what homosexuality is all about it is wrong and Allah has prohibited it.
  10. He may not be a student of Ibn Nusayr, but he is still an Alawite and Alawites keep their religion a secret so only certain people know the truth, otherwsie everyone is to keep left out and ignorant. One such person who was in the "know" was Bashar's grandfather who begged the French to protect him from Muslims and Arabs as he wrote "they are savages." So if you want to point fingers at Sayyid Sadr lets look where the "heroic resistance" was, they were in Fallujah with American soldiers firing depleated uranium at Iraqi kids. While Sayyid Sadr was fighting t
  11. His army is no longer existant his manpower comes from Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan and Lebanon. As for the Alawites in his "army" they are the elite, the officers and descision makers. He is not worthy of anyone's support except those that wish to ride him and use him for personal gain like Russia.
  12. The truth here is that not too long ago Nouri Maliki was say Karbala should be the new Mekkah with little to no outrage, I think it is great that a Mosque is being respected for what it is a place of worship this isn't a matter of fanaticism or not and you need to look past political agendas and Erdogan's short comings to see the benefit that can come from this.
  13. the translation in this video is pretty accurate
  14. We should look at who he is a student of in terms of his religion, he is a follower of Ibn Nusayr a propagator of Ghulat ideals and his rule has led Syrians to killing one another whilst saying he will liberate Julan and Al-Quds whilst using his missiles, military might, and chemical weapons on Aleppo. He has sold his country and the wounds of this war will never heal.
  15. Iran has been draining Iraqi water leaving people with water that is undrinkable, not suitable for farming but who cares?
  16. http://www.aymennjawad.org/22523/the-arrest-of-aws-al-khafaji-looking-at-the-Abu In February, security forces affiliated with the Iraqi government's Hashd Sha'abi commission carried out a raid on a base of the Abu al-Fadl al-Abbas Forces, which is headed by Sheikh Aws al-Khafaji. This raid led to the arrest of Khafaji himself and as of the time of writing he remains detained. The Hashd Sha'abi commission's media directorate presented this raid as part of a crackdown on "fake bases claiming to be affiliated with the Hashd." To be sure, the issue of criminal gangs using th
  17. Turkey criticizes US blacklist of Iran Revolutionary Guards http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/262032 Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says US decision to designate IRGC a terrorist organization is dangerous. Elad Benari, 18/04/19 06:42 Share Mevlut Cavusoglu Reuters The US decision to designate Iran’s Revolutionary Guard as a terrorist organization is a dangerous development that could lead to chaos, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu warned on Wednesday, according
  18. You're in denial, Assad is an Alawite but he clearly has adopted the Shia identity, and it isn't a matter of if the IRGC is actively deployed in Syria this is well known, it's not even a secret.
  19. Which is why Assad will have to choose between Iran or Russia at some point but if he does go down the Iran path an alliance with Qatar is on the table, if you're familiar with 1984 you would see that during the entire duration of the story Oceania is at war with Eurasia but by the final scene they are allies and their conflict suddenly never happened and in today's world such a situation is a reality alliances are constantly shifting based on shared interests and ideals, aside from the MB aspect and Qatar's current anti-Assad stance they have the same enemies like the Saudis. Iran is even arm
  20. Iraq is Iran's puppet it's hardly a sovereign state that's why there are multiple revolts in the country from the Sunni-Baathist revolt in 2014 to today with the Sadrist Movement in Basra the number one complaint has been Iranian occupation.
  21. At this point in time yes they do, but given that Bashar has Shia leanings and ties Iran had no choice to support him, if the FSA was Shia and Bashar was Sunni it would be a totally different story case in point with Iraq and Bahrain, but with the coarse of the conflict shifting from the rebels vs Assad to the rebels vs YPG Iran and Turkey will get over this dispute and Assad he will have to choose between Tehran and Moscow at some point while Turkey is already in Russia's sphere of influence, but it also has a unique position being an MB country and came to Qatar's aid last year along with Ir
  22. Exactly Iran & Assad also directly supported Hamas the MB in Palestine an MB-Iran alliance is bound to happen
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