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Kaya

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Kaya last won the day on December 14 2019

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  1. If that "militant army" did not exist, Iraq would be a mini Saudi Arabia right now. ISIS would rule and no one would be allowed to be Shia. Shrine in Karbala and Najaf would be destroyed. Remember that the organisation that you are knowingly or unknowingly slandering, fought and shed blood to protect YOUR honor. It would make more sense for you to criticise the act of corruption rather than the pro Iran groups. Yes perhaps some of them were involved in corruption (and they should be arrested) but this does not invalidate the legitimacy of their organisation as a whole, which fought and died for Iraq.
  2. My friend, in the time of Imam Hussain (عليه السلام) the rich were the people of Yazid (la) and the ones who suffered thirst and oppression were the ones with the Imam (عليه السلام). Yes the ones in US and Israel have better employment rate and health care, but this does not change the fact that most of their foreign policies are against Islam and they are ruined morally, spiritually and as a society. Materialism prevails, and compassion is lost even among family members. Look deeper into the matter and you will see that secularism will not benefit Iraq in the long run. The way to have better health care and employment in Iraq is to rely on God and labour with discipline and without rest. Iraqis have to seriously compete with the rest of the world economically and to produce goods and services on par with the top producers. They will then see the result of their hard work as independence from oppressors and as being self sufficient. If the US would not have plundered your oil fields and bombed your schools would your country not be richer? The riches that they promise you will not make you independent but only a slave. And just as a reminder, there are rich countries that are non materialistic such as China and Russia. Iran is also a great example of a self sufficient economy which is doing incredible compared to how much pressure it is under by the enemies of Islam. Best path forward for Iraq is Islam and hard work without laziness or procrastination. Then inshallah they will succeed and see the fruit of their labour.
  3. The Prophets (عليه السلام) don't concern me? I'm only urging peaceful action through a petition. It's my right to do so. What are you talking about?
  4. Pro Iranian Iraqis want to protect Islam in Iraq. Your country will be changed for the better only through Islam. If you don't believe this, feel free to immigrate to the source of corruption and immorality in cities such as Las Vegas, Tel Aviv, NY, etc. I'm sure you will miss your country when you see the problems there such as drug addiction, high suicide rate, high crime rate, half the population being born out of wedlock, high single mother rate, etc. If on the other hand you want to resist the enemies of Islam, then rally around the martyrdom of Qasim Suleimani and remember his sacrifice.
  5. Subhan'Allah I am shocked they did this.... May he (and the other martyrs) rest in peace, and may Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) grant patience to their families. Do any of you here think a war is about to start soon? It seems impossible to me that Iran will not respond with similar force, which would cause a domino effect of escalations.
  6. I agree, I wish that the petition would be general (Muslims and Christians, etc). But as things stand, the Muslim community has largely been silent about this unfortunately, and the Christians have been more active than us. Plus, it's better to join with them so that the petition can have larger numbers and put more pressure on Netflix. Whether it's a Christian petition or not doesn't matter as long as Netflix removes the hateful content.
  7. As Muslims, Jesus (عليه السلام) is one of our main Prophets, and we should not allow anyone to insult him. If this was the Holy Prophet (sawa) or any of the Imams, we would have reacted by now, but somehow just because it is one of the previous Prophets we let it slide by. They also portrayed Mary, peace and blessings be upon her, as being a prostitute. The Catholic community has reacted to this in large numbers. We should also stand by them and not allow one of our Prophets to be insulted and slandered in this way. Please sign up for this petition to put pressure on Netflix to remove this disgusting movie: https://www.citizengo.org/en-gb/rf/175927-ask-netflix-cancel-film-depicting-jesus-homosexual?m=6&tcid=64289966&fb=0
  8. I agree, if both the mother and the father had the same level of religiosity it would be an entirely different story. But obviously if a Shia mother is more religious than the father the children will most likely be Shia.
  9. Mashallah brother, really happy to see that you were guided to the Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام), one of the two weighty symbols that Rasool Allah (S) left for us along with the Holy Qu'ran. Look into this book for history of Islam and Sunni-Shia arguments (https://www.al-Islam.org/shiite-encyclopedia). In general you can find great books about Shia Islam on www.al-Islam.org. As for religious practices such as prayer, fasting, etc: you need to study a fiqh (jurisprudence) book from your marja. E.g. if Sayed Sistani is your marja, you can read https://www.Sistani.org/english/book/48/. Best wishes to you, may Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) bless you and grant you success in your journey of learning more inshallah.
  10. Look into Shia Islam. If you accept Shia Islamic beliefs & teachings you can marry her.
  11. The sermons are obviously correct. Imam Ali (عليه السلام) is the Commander of the Faithful and his advice & teachings are authentic and for our own benefit. However, if only these sermons are viewed, it can look as if it is misogynistic. To get a more complete picture you must also keep in mind other sermons where Imam Ali (عليه السلام) talks about the corruption amongst men and he describes men as greedy for the worldly riches, causing unjust bloodshed, etc. If someone was to analyze Nahjul Balagha fully they would observe that both sexes are admonished equally.
  12. Inshallah I largely agree. But this should not cause scepticism to the point where we come to imagine that Islam is not an option for Iraq. Yes, but I believe he has said in the past that an Islamic Government can be established when the maj of a country calls for it. So this can definitely be achieved in Iraq if the people call for it. Ws
  13. @Moalfas The best way to ensure that there is no corruption and crime is through an Islamic Government. Of course, I am not talking about the Iranian model, but rather one built on the guidance and leadership of Sayed Sistani. Brother just think about Imam Ali's (عليه السلام) letter to the governor of Egypt in Nahjul Balagha. If Iraq was to adhere to the principles in that letter it would be free of injustice and corruption. Iraq should build itself on the principles laid out in that letter by Imam Ali. Islam is a viable option for Iraq. And in contrast we saw what brutality unislamic protests led to....
  14. @Moalfas As long as there is no reaction from the people saying "we have to rally around Sayed Sistani" I. e. make this an explicit Islamic protest, and explicitly call for an Islamic Government, then it is inevitable these barbaric events to repeat themselves. When the Islamic nature of the protest will be declared (based on Sayed Sistani) you'll instantly see all criminals distance themselves from the protests naturally.
  15. How many times do I have to point this out? There are videos of thousands of these protesters standing and looking at the lynching in complete silence, which can only be judged as support. If even a small percentage of them took action to stop the lynching, it would not have happened.
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