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  1. I don't really believe in all this sectarianism. Both sunni and shias have their equal share of smart people and idiots. Both sunni and shia imams have a tendency to say the most ridiculous things in their juma speeches. In a sunni forum you'll probably find a similar thread where sunnis extolls how perfect their faith is. What they have in common though, is that both sunnis and shias have lost sight of what is the core teachings of Islam, and instead engages in petty bantering.
  2. Salam alaykum I wanna ask the brothers and sisters here, do you believe in the democratic system and the rule of law and the civil rights of the individual? Or do you see them as haram concepts from the west? Would you rather instead a society be ruled by sharia?
  3. Astaghfrullah, how did Pakistan descend into this kind of barbarism? From what I have gathered, Pakistan seemed to be very progressive and secular before the 80s
  4. Disclaimer: THIS IS NOT AN ATTACK ON SOUTH ASIAN MUSLIMS. I KNOW MANY SOUTH ASIAN PEOPLE WHO ARE WONDERFUL PEOPLE AND ONE OF MY CLOSE FRIENDS IS A SOUTH ASIAN. I AM NOT IN ANY WAY GENERALIZING THEM AND I KNOW THAT THE VAST MAJORITY OF SOUTH ASIAN MUSLIMS ARE WONDERFUL PEOPLE. That being said. I have noticed that especially that when it comes to islamic extremists, an awful lot of them have either Indian, Pakistani or Bangladeshi background. Almost all the extremist preachers in UK are of South Asian background, such as Anjem Choudary and Mohammed Hijab. The girls who went over to join ISIS was also south asian such as Shamima Begum. It just seems like the biggest apologists for islamic extremism are of Pakistani, indian or Bangladeshi background. Is there something in their community that enables this kind of radicalization? Why do many extremists happen to be of South Asian background? Again, I know that the vast majority of south asian muslims are wonderful people who are normal muslims and not extremists. The owner of my local indian restaurant is a wonderful and generous muslim. He and his family are great people and I love eating at that restaurant whenever possible. So please, don't misunderstand me
  5. Ah dude, just like the iranian regime, Shariati copy and pasted the ideology of revolutionary marxism and put a 'halal' label over it. He straight up copied marxism and called it 'shiism', whatever that's supposed to mean. It doesn't matter how much makeup and how many 'halal' stickers you put on a pig. A pig is still a pig. You can try for yourself and compare Shariati's ideology with Marxism. They're almost identical.
  6. Ummm, there is plenty of evidence, from Shariati's own mouth of his love of marxism ideology and his desire to mix shiite islam with marxism. In Shariati's own writing he extolls the virtues of Marxism. You should read his writings for yourself
  7. Ah no. Ali Shariati was the main ideologue of the 79 revolution, and he wanted to mix shia islam with marxism. Ali Shariati was a hardcore believer in marxism. He laid the groundwork for Khomeini
  8. The chief ideologue of the 1979 revolution was Ali Shariati, he was a dedicated hardcore marxist
  9. Not to mention how awfully many muslims support the concentration camps in China, where all manners of atrocities are committed against muslim Uyghurs. But many muslims in the west thinks that USA being bad = equals China being good. The same people crying like babies about palestine, turns around the next minute and justifies China's concentration camps.
  10. Because, the muslims you're talking about, which are unfortunately the majority of the world's muslims, are not actually followers of Islam. They follow the manmade abominations of hadiths, tafsirs and fatwa. They follow everything BUT the Quran. They may be 'muslims' in a socio-political sense, but in reality they are mushriqs, both shia and sunni. Not momineen, not believers at all. For the muslims in the west, the most important thing is to force women to wear hijabs, and build mosques funded by Qatar and the MB. They don't care at all about civil rights, freedom or democracy, because to them, they think it's "haram"(just like everything else that's perceived to be "western"). However, the welfare checks they get from the state and the free healthcare that the kuffar provides to to them, that they enjoy is apparently "halal"
  11. Well, Communism and Political Islamism both spring from the same root, which is the abhorrent ideology of Marxism
  12. Depends on the person really. Not everybody cares to read about the ingredients in the snack. But everybody has a right to know what's in them. The ones that lives short lives are usually the very ones that don't care to check what's in the snacks or food that they eat, a behaviour that you apparently think is good Especially if you're someone with food allergies, then the list of ingredients becomes essential, to see if it contains possible allergens. The public have a right to know the full list of ingredients of what they're putting into their body, whether it's food or medicine or whatever. Taking the V should be up to the individual to decide. I don't tell anyone to take or not to take it. I will say however, that if you're willing to blindly have faith in greedy megacorporations and the institutes that they pay off, that they are honest saints and you'll put whatever they want into your body without questions asked, well, have fun then. Both the WHO and CDC outright say that they don't know the long term effects
  13. Well, true. The shia hadiths are somewhat more sensible than the sunni hadiths. The problem is how muslims sometimes puts the hadiths above the Quran. BTW, Just a bit off-topic but, berber shia? Are you North African by any chance? I thought shiite islam was non-existent in North Africa
  14. These hadiths are just superstitions. Nowhere in the Quran are these things mentioned. 90% of the hadiths are just innovations and pure conjecture. Would be better if muslims just reference to the Quran
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