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Kaka

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  1. I agree, my post was a bit of a gross generalisation. I know a few Salafis and although they have a propensity for arrogance and being cliquey (all rich and educated) none of them have excused violence or shown any more aggression than is shown by Noah and some others on here.
  2. Most of the violence in Pakistan happens in only a few areas, in Karachi, around Quetta once in a while, around Peshawar, and in Gilgit Baltistan. Pakistan's a large country and the rest of the place doesn't see that much violence
  3. Very interesting discussion. I'm of both Afghan and Pakistani origin, my families from KHPKH and although many of our relatives may dislike the beliefs of Shias I've never seen any violent or blood thirsty emotions towards them. They usually just try their best to avoid them. So all these increase in recent attacks are very much surprising.
  4. If I had been in Egypt I would have probably voted for one of the leftist parties, and so I'm no die hard supporter of the MB. But the behavior of the opposition is hypocritical and very much that of sore losers. The MB and it's allies have a mandate, just because you disagree with his policies gives you no right to resort to violence, disrupt government and organise sit ins to get the democratically elected leader of your country removed. The turnout in the referendum has so far been high, it'll be interesting to see the results. I'm betting the opposition will cry foul and take to the street
  5. They have a lust for violence and aggression it seems. They don't even let the dead rest, look what they do to Sufi shrines. No matter how much you dislike the bidah that occurs at these shrines, there's no excuse to exhume bodies and take them away. I'm pretty sure there are less drastic ways of getting your point across
  6. I'm not particularly a fan of him or his Saudi Arabian brethren but like the other's I don't think he'd be that stupid to put that up in a tweet even if he believed it. They extol suicide bombers (including Palestinian ones) in Saudi Arabia it's highly unlikely they'd say not to do Jihad in Israel.
  7. Unfortunately that's what happens when you choose the losing side. If the Sunnis lose, people like Noah will be (like he already is) encouraging Assad, not that he needs any encouragement, to massacre them. Noah and his ilk are exactly like the Nawasib they so much hate, just as hateful and blood thirsty and for some reason act surprised when their opposites/enemies act exactly like they would in the same situation.
  8. With these revolutions and uprisings going on in the Middle East, a question that has been bothering me since I joined this site, has recently really gained prominence amongst my circle of friends. The question being, Why does Iran/Shi'ites care about what happens to Sunnis, especially in countries in which there is virtually no Shi'ites. I'd like to know peoples personal opinions. I understand why theres alot of anger about Bahrain your fellow Shias are being persecuted. Even though I may not like it I understand the hypocrisy of some of the same posters views regarding Syria as its the exac
  9. Salam! I've noticed how recently especially on the main thread on Bahrain here, the creeping sectarianism managing to rear its head in peoples posts. I felt the need to post this topic as I see nothing sectarian about the protests, and I feel the protesters themselves would be angered and ashamed at people on here and anywhere else esentially turning this into a Shia vs Sunni protest. The Khalifah family are despots, tyrants, greedy leeches. They have oppressed a large section of their population and bought the loyalty of the rest. They have accumulated wealth and not shared it with most of th
  10. I've been constantly annoyed with the Sunni Arabs for being so passive. They are now doing themselves proud. Long may it continue Inshallah. Out of interest, why?
  11. I agree with the point about laws regarding contradicting Islam. However I feel theres a need to educate the populace for instance why pornography, licentiousness (Spelling?), alcoholism e.t.c are all bad. I think most Muslims see the Islamic argument why these are bad, and so the banning our outlawing of these things are done in conjunction with the populace so they feel included in the decision making, rather than it being imposed from the top. The Muslim Brotherhood and Al-Azhars job is now to do what I have bolded above. But doing so in taking account of the 15 million Coptic Christians a
  12. Do Shia women in the west wear the Niqab? Which community is most likely to wear it? I've ticked other, as others posters said it depends on person and situation. All of my relatives that have worn it, have worn it of choice and find it empowering and a fulfillment of their Islamic duties
  13. I love it when women ululate....the expressions on the fox news presenters when it was happening!! Oh how i'd love to be in Cairo now.
  14. Thats the case in Sunni Islam. Tatoos and earrings are haram. However Shia Islam it seems allows both. Slits in earbrows if copying unbelievers is haram aswell. I'd love to get tattoos, however its haram according to the Islam i follow and they look terrible when you old and wrinkly
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