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Zain el-Abidine

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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Bashar al Assad   
    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.
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    Zain el-Abidine reacted to Hameedeh in I Need Shia Hadith Of Dajjal Please   
    (bismillah)
    (salam)
    The Prophet used to warn people against the sedition of Dajjal, saying: "All the Prophets who came after Noah used to warn their community about the sedition of Dajjal."[17]
    17 Bihar al-anwar, Vol. 52, p. 197.
    See Chapter 10, "The Story of Dajjal" here: 
    http://www.al-Islam.org/Mahdi/nontl/toc.htm
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    Zain el-Abidine reacted to Sumerian in Cursing the enemies of Ahlul Bayt   
    People forget that Al-Khomeini, in his Al-Makasib, said that Aisha, Talha and Muawiyah are more spiritually najis than a dog or a pig. 
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Bashar al Assad   
    Are you familiar with Solagh who over saw operations in Abu Ghraib? Iraq's take over was a coordinated effort.
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    Zain el-Abidine reacted to Mohammadi_follower in Sri Lanka reels from deadly attacks   
    I suspect that those who commit that are buddisht extremists and I have really difficulties to believe what the Sri Lankan government said about the suspect perpetrators. At least for the moment. 
  6. Haha
    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Living in Iran   
    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.
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Bashar al Assad   
    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 founder even acknowledged this when they were fighting Israel back in the 80s how Iran began to infiltrate their movement from being the Islamic Resistance to being Iran's mercenaries. Iraq is no different today, Iran's people were the same ones who administrated Abu Ghraib with the CIA they are dividing Iraqis and Arabs.
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from OrthodoxTruth in Living in Iran   
    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.
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from notme in Convincing a math loving child to read   
    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.
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in [Closed/Review]Being Muslim and Gay   
    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.
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Bashar al Assad   
    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.
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from 3wliya_maryam in Bashar al Assad   
    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.
  13. Sad
    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Bashar al Assad   
    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.
  14. Completely Agree
    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from OrthodoxTruth in [Closed/Review]Being Muslim and Gay   
    Homosexuality is haram and prohibited by God
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in If a Shi'a runs for office in the U.S.   
    I think it has its benefits and its negatives
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from Murtaza1 in [Closed/Review]Being Muslim and Gay   
    Homosexuality is haram and prohibited by God
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Heavy flash floods in Iran   
    Iran has been draining Iraqi water leaving people with water that is undrinkable, not suitable for farming but who cares?
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in [Closed/Review]Being Muslim and Gay   
    Homosexuality is haram and prohibited by God
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from Maki D Cabarete in Did Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام) found the Nation of Islam?   
    Is that a good excuse to view yourself as better or to hate others? That's not Islamic in any way shape or form.
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from Maki D Cabarete in Did Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام) found the Nation of Islam?   
    No their teachings are not the ways of Ahlu bayt or Islam blacks are not superior as whites are not either all are equal before Allah
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    Zain el-Abidine reacted to Sumerian in Qatar proposes to form new coalition in Mid East – report   
    Many small countries survive on their own. You can see them all over Asia, Europe and Africa. Alliances don't contradict sovereignty, but if one country is supreme in an alliance then that contradicts sovereignty. Not to mention these "alliances" always have a military angle to them, which involve conflict with other alliances and countries which is the last thing Iraq needs right now.
    The best thing for Iraq is to have good relations with all countries and not get involved in their brawls. Algeria is a good example of such foreign policy, where they don't lean to any side and maintain independence and sovereignty.
    And then you claim an alliance between Sunni and Shi'a countries, but there is no Sunni country or even Sunni group that is seriously against the Zionist occupation. This isn't the 1970s anymore. Focus on the economy, not the politics. This is the problem with revolutionary and reactionary driven foreign policies, they are always expansionist and wish to stoke revolutions and instability in other countries. 
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from Mohammadi_follower in Qatar proposes to form new coalition in Mid East – report   
    Qatar proposes to form new coalition in Mid East – report
    https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/qatar-proposes-to-form-new-coalition-in-mid-east-report/
    BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:30 A.M.) – Qatar has allegedly proposed to form a new coalition with four regional countries in the Middle East, the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) of Iran reported, citing Iraqi media claims.
    According to the IRNA report, Qatar’s Deputy Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammad bin ‘Abdul-Rahman bin Jassim Al-Thani proposed the formation of a five-party coalition that would comprise of his own country, Iraq, Iran, Syria, and Turkey.
    The proposal came during the Qatari minister’s two-day meeting in Baghdad with the Iraqi government.
    Despite these claims, Qatar and Syria do not have any diplomatic relations, nor does Damascus and Ankara.
    However, with the Gulf Coalition Committee’s (GCC) isolation of Qatar, a new coalition of this type could challenge the Saudi-led GCC and protect the small nation.
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from hasanhh in Qatar proposes to form new coalition in Mid East – report   
    Qatar proposes to form new coalition in Mid East – report
    https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/qatar-proposes-to-form-new-coalition-in-mid-east-report/
    BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:30 A.M.) – Qatar has allegedly proposed to form a new coalition with four regional countries in the Middle East, the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) of Iran reported, citing Iraqi media claims.
    According to the IRNA report, Qatar’s Deputy Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammad bin ‘Abdul-Rahman bin Jassim Al-Thani proposed the formation of a five-party coalition that would comprise of his own country, Iraq, Iran, Syria, and Turkey.
    The proposal came during the Qatari minister’s two-day meeting in Baghdad with the Iraqi government.
    Despite these claims, Qatar and Syria do not have any diplomatic relations, nor does Damascus and Ankara.
    However, with the Gulf Coalition Committee’s (GCC) isolation of Qatar, a new coalition of this type could challenge the Saudi-led GCC and protect the small nation.
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    Zain el-Abidine got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in America’s Favorite Syrian Militia Rules With an Iron Fist   
    Qasd (SDF) and Peshmerga are totally different entities with different goals, ideologies and work in different countries, SDF which is led by YPG is a far-left organization in Syria that has homosexual foreign fighters  and is practically a new Zionist type movement no different from the Kibbutz in Israel they even use women like the Jews in Palestine did to fight, while Peshmerga is an Iraqi militia not affiliated with PKK/PYD which was established by Assad.
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    Zain el-Abidine reacted to Sumerian in Anti-Iraqis going crazy   
    The reaction to PM Abadi's statement of Iraq abiding by US sanctions has made people lose their mind. Have you seen that?
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