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MuhammadFreeman

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  1. Again, journaling. Actually, practice speaking slowly
  2. Don't have a TV, don't need a TV, and I knew this was coming months ago. Don't have a TV, but I still know this issue way better than most people who were fed limited info about this through their TV (alongside eight billion commercials)
  3. Just read something that was laughably absurd. In.news.yahoo.com (Indian site for Yahoo News) trying to politicize the Shia genocide in Pakistan and making it seem like India is such a great country for Shias "Jammu Muslim Front condemns killing of 11 Shia Hazara community members in Pakistan" It goes on to say: "The JMF said Shia and Sunni Muslims live in harmony and feel secure in India, unlike Pakistani Muslims" Lol, nah. Human Rights Watch: India: Vigilante ‘Cow Protection’ Groups Attack Minorities Also, refer to Ashura practices actually being banned in Indian controlled parts of Kashmir India imposes curfew in Kashmir, bans Ashura ceremonies I only made this post because it's not the first time Indians (especially Hindu nationalist Indians) tried to use the plight of Shias in Pakistan to try and make it seem like India was so safe for Muslims. It's not.
  4. For the same reason they believe Muhammad's parents are in hell: Because sometimes, you just get to make stuff up
  5. Claim: Shia are rafidis (rejectors), apostates from Islam, and deserve to be executed. Claim made by: Abdullah ibn Jibreen, Saudi right winged politician, as well as the IslamQA.info admin Response: There is nothing in the Qur'an which commands a Muslim to go and kill another Muslim. The fatwa contradicts the Qur'an, with proof provided below. Based on the information provided below, the "fatwa" is definitely politically motivated, as it relies on the word of a Saudi politician who had to recruit militants for the Afghan-Soviet conflict. There is very little reason to believe in it. It is important to note that IslamQA.info is an anti-Muslim hate site. The quote on the site is coming from Shaykh ‘Abdullah ibn Jibreen, who was a Saudi right wing politician known for praising and inspiring well known terrorists, such as Turki al-Binali, a senior member of ISIS. Abdullah ibn Jibreen wrote a recommendation letter for Binali for attending the Islamic University of Medina, praising his "commitment to learning" [1]. According to a Guardian article written by David Pallister, Jibreen also suggested the Saudi establishment fund the Taliban. In 2007, at the height of the Shia genocide, Jibreen referred to Shias as "heretics", the "most vicious enemy of Muslims", and recommended that Shias be driven out of their homes so "Muslims may be spared of their evil". This reflects a long pattern of Saudi right winged politicians villifying Shia Muslims (Source). The fatwa also writes, "May Allah preserve him" regarding the sheikh making the fatwa. The Qur'an, in 4:93, says "But whoever kills a believer intentionally - his recompense is Hell, wherein he will abide eternally, and Allah has become angry with him and has cursed him and has prepared for him a great punishment.". This means that Allah is angry with those who believe in Jibreen's fatwa posted on IslamQA.info, and will reside in hell eternally. Unfortunately, Jibreen's fatwa continues to inspire many Muslims to kill other Muslims from within the grave. Further, Qur'an 4:29 says " O believers! Do not devour one another’s wealth illegally, but rather trade by mutual consent. And do not kill ˹each other or˺ yourselves. Surely Allah is ever Merciful to you. ". May Allah save Ahl-us-Sunnah from the worst. Ameen. On the topic of takfir, the Qur'an in 4:94 says " O believers! When you struggle in the cause of Allah, be sure of who you fight. And do not say to those who offer you ˹greetings of˺ peace (Salam), “You are no believer!”—seeking a fleeting worldly gain.1 Instead, Allah has infinite bounties ˹in store˺. You were initially like them then Allah blessed you ˹with Islam˺. So be sure! Indeed, Allah is All-Aware of what you do. " The fatwa erroneously claims that Shias believe Ali ibn Abu Talib to be a "lord" and "creator" of the universe. This is false. Shias do not believe Ali ibn Abu Talib is the creator of the universe. The Shia belief is that Allah created the universe, as is written in the Qur'an. With regards to the "rafidi" claim, rafidi means "rejector", and Shias wholly reject and condemn terrorism. This part is accurate. Rating: Abdullah ibn Jibreen, IslamQA.info, and their fatwa do not share respect for Islam, as they contribute to the genocide of Shia Muslims in various parts of the world. Sources: [1] The source for this statement is bin Ali's own testimony written in a Daesh publication, which I have omitted to prevent complications for the reader. You may read the "fatwa"from IslamQA.info here: https://islamqa.info/en/answers/60046/ruling-on-meat-slaughtered-by-the-shiah-raafidis
  6. Depends on the form of resistance. I don't think the goal should be to get Assad out by any means necessary, since Western tactics entail funding mercenaries who behead Shias and rape Yazidi women. I think Assad should be removed the same way he was brought in, through the ballot.
  7. Now you're talking about the British "right to govern", [edit], this is real rich coming from a Pakistani. Could make mad skits out of this mate
  8. I agree with your message. You don't know what kind of resistance or path that I'm on so don't make assumptions. Mentality matters a whole lot. Shias in Pakistan have tried to resist before. It was the moon sighting incident which you all downplay as "an Indian media spin"
  9. A juloos does not descend into communal rioting in parts of the world where Sunnis are not the majority. For instance, the Dearborn Muslim community is of a Shia majority, which is why nobody has ever come in with the Shia kafir garbage. You're snitching on yourself if you don't condemn your fellow Sunnis congregating against Shias, calling for genocide, throwing rocks at mosques, etc, but you instead choose to call out fellow Muslims who wish to mourn the passing of the prophet's grandchildren, without saying a word about Sunnism (I've never heard a nauha, nat, or anything in Shia poetry to date which calls for extermination of Sunnis, or labels them kafir) Also, in Pakistan it's impossible to take a stroll anywhere without passing a Sunni mosque, so I doubt it's a deliberate effort on the juloos' part. I'm terrified you have this ideology though, what's next, "don't pass by my house or I'll shoot you"? The IRA exists as a reaction to the kidnapping and internment of their own nation. Why do you think a majority of Northern Ireland voted against Brexit? For the same reason they seem to want to stay in Britain: because they're afraid of resistance. The new IRA is not, and the British media refuses to listen to their perspective. Notice how comments are often disabled on BBC's coverage of the IRA and Northern Ireland. Besides, it's not like the atrocious British empire would respect their desire to have their own nation anyway, a look at Palestine is a great example of this. They would go ahead and pursue their own interests in the region anyways.
  10. There is no Islamic basis for requiring Muslims pay respect to those people. They were fallible human beings who made some questionable decisions as military tacticians, and not as Muslim leaders.
  11. Tu quoque. I support resistance in "the Arab regimes" (It's unclear which ones you're referring to specifically, and people who have limited knowledge about the Mideast tend to make blanket statements like these) that you might be referring to. If you support the Palestinian resistance, you should be ideologically consistent and support resistance in Bahrain, Awamiyah, Yemen, etc as well. Might is right is a foolish concept, but it's an idea that the Western empires have used to subjugate others. The solution to Might is Right philosophy, aka crusader tactics, is to use Muslim tactics (Eye for an eye). The eye for an eye concept is very good for highlighting inequality.
  12. The sexual perversion stereotype has its roots in the crusades, then European propaganda. It is a cancer that must be exterminated at all costs.
  13. I don't know why you think Ashura processions, juloos, or other Shia gatherings can be compared to militant marches in Ireland/Occupied Ireland. The point of Ashura is that it's a religious duty, Shias are taught that it is a day of mourning as early as possible. It has the moral equivalence of prayer. You obviously don't have a clue about either struggle. The struggle of the IRA was to get Britain to leave, because Britain imposed a cruel reign of terror. Bobby Sands won a democratic election while being interned in a concentration camp. The Irish Republicans understand Muslim tactics. because they straight up used them and I revere them greatly for it: hunger strike, prayer, remembering their martyrs and writing/singing anthems about them, and being afraid only of their creator. Your views really do match those of Muslims in the United Kingdom, which is shame, because even the most influential Muslim leaders want nothing to do with British Muslims, they got the most colonized minds I've ever observed in a person of color. I presume the reason Pakistani Sunnis in political authority feel threatened by the Shia is because they turn out crowds about four times the size of their political rallies that pay people to attend them https://twitter.com/republicansf/status/1213562698631397376
  14. You lived a rather accomplished life, and had a heart attack just as sectarian tensions started rising again in Pakistan. I've had the privilege of being able to visit Wadi-e-Hussain in Pakistan every year, except for this year. I hope Pakistanis maintain the tradition of not having angry men with sticks ready to beat you up when you try to recite fatihah for the dead at graveyards.
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