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In the Name of God بسم الله

repenter-gone4awhile

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  1. Thats your shallow mentality, doesn't make it a fact. You make it sound dramatic because your idea of suicide bombing is the ISIS version. In the iran-iraq war a full battalion was crossing the khorramshahr bridge to take over the city and kill thousands of civilians. A 13 year old kid strapped on grenades and threw himself under the first tank and halted their advance enough for thousands of civilians to escape. He did that because he didnt have an RPG or an f-16, he had no other choice. So you stop your ranting about Stop this and stop that and go tell imam Hussein who KNEW he was going to die if he left for karbala and still left, i guess he also committed suicide huh? If the only way to stop an advancing force(NOT CIVILIANS) is to use your own body to save others or save Islam(like imam hussein did), then it is not regarded as suicide. If you as a mother donate your heart to your kid who is dying, is that suicide? Here, educate yourself a little: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohammad_Hossein_Fahmideh
  2. There is a difference between sacrifice and suicide. Say a brigade of 200 tanks and 5000 soldiers are invading, and the only way they can invade is over a bridge, resulting in thousands of deaths if they cross. And your ownly choice is to run in and blow yourself up and create a blockage to give the civilians time to escape. Is that suicide or sacrifice?
  3. Meh, thats it. You yourself said if you are a resident of a country you consider them citizen. You have been born and raised in Aussie, deal with that, you aren't Iraqi according to yourself, as much as Sistani isnt Iranian. Worry about gay rights and transexuals in Australia, let us deal with Iraq and Iran. If you were half the patriot you say you are you would not be such a coward and move back to the land you love so much and help make it sovereign. Until then, be quiet and let proper revolutionaries that care about Shia more than if you eat ghorme sabzi over iraqi bell pepper to identify such childish western concepts and "facts" whilst ignoring reading between the lines. This has always been middle easterns weakest mindsett. Ohh the British made Baghdad look pretty, in exchange they just take 90% of the wealth for themselves whilst people walk around and look at pretty buildings and streets and call themselves modern. You can twist and turn as much as you like, Shias are uniting more and more, and bordern as becoming more and more meaningless. Not even Sistani has once commented on Iranian intervention, neither should you. You can flap around like a fish out of water as much as you want. Hezbollahi militants have reached the borders of Israel, thanks to Iran, Iraq, and Syria, next up is Baqhi and Quds. It's easier just to admit that the passive attitude of the Najjafi scholars has failed, and some of them have realized it. It's a new era now, hate it or love it, you have to deal with it.
  4. Weird mentality that a country shouldn't be under someone elses influence. What if it's a good influence? Doesn't friendship automatically cause influence? Why can't Iraq and Iran have positive influence on each other for the better?
  5. What do you mean guys have no rights? Why did you agree to a dowry you cant afford in the first place? You signed away your right with your own hands.
  6. Technically speaking any object placed in any dimension can experience other dimensions that have a common demoninator For example a being only able to experience things in 1 dimension x, can infact experience x in a 2 dimension environment x, y. Same goes for x, y in a 3 dimension. If as you say jinns have 4 dimensions of existence we as humans can still experience 3 out of 4 dimensions they exist in. Proof of them being 4 dimensional is hard though. Maybe they are 2 dimensional, but dimensions which are different than ours. Btw electromagnetic fields are very much felt by humans, its just not strong enough in our daily life too feel it. It's like bacterias walking on your skin, you cant really feel them, not due to their dimension or our senses but due to them being really bloody small. Try sticking your head in a microwave and turn it on, tell me you wont feel it.
  7. For people who keep talking about rights this rights that............. Rights in Islam are red lines, not guidelines. Just in case you are looking for a happy marriage........might wanna keep that in mind.
  8. In that case if it was truly international instead of 5 countries ruling...then i would say its ok?
  9. If im not mistaken creation is something that came from nothing...in other words came into existence out of nothing, whilst make or made ias something coming into existence from things already made or created. For example a soul is created??? A chair is made?
  10. Usually water doesnt just divide to the degree of splitting a sea, neither does the moon break in half or dudes walking around raising the dead. I guess Allah can make exceptions for his prophets?
  11. Are you looking for an answer from a muslim point of view or UN point of view? There is a big difference....
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