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Dubilex

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  1. You haven't really addressed the point about the Wuhan lab origin and the censorship surrounding that. And any information coming out of China is not reliable due to the heavy censorship and filter of information they have there. Anyone who blindly swallows chinese state media is no better than anyone who blindly believes CNN. There are a number of countries that haven't had any draconian lockdowns that has done very well. I recall the golden words of Benjamin Franklin, "Those who would give up essential liberty, to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.". Those who advocate for dictatorships and supports draconian lockdowns, are diametrically opposed to Islam and it's principles of justice
  2. It's not just the talibans that they support brother. I've even seen neo-marxist shiites here whitewashing ISIS, blaming everything on CIA They're sitting there comfortably from a safe distance. So they don't care how many innocent people pays the price
  3. You talk about choice, and that right there is the problem. Big tech wants to rob you of the choice to believe in who you choose to believe in. They present a narrative for you and you must accept it and if you have a different viewpoint, you get banned. Again, the Wuhan lab origin is the perfect example Empirical evidence has shown that different countries have different aproaches to deal with the corona crisis and the narrative changes by the day. Again, any alternative theory or dissenting viewpoint is labeled as "conspiracy theory". There are many doctors out there who has different viewpoints, but they get censored and ostracized. Just like with the Wuhan lab origin last year. It would be much healthier to let ALL experts present their opinions, and not censor anyone that goes against the narrative. This kind of censorship is what they do in China Anyone who supports this kind of censorship might as well move to North Korea or China
  4. The question is, who defines what is and what isn't "misinformation"? Who defines what is and what isn't "conspiracy theories"? Last year, Facebook would instantly ban you if you dared to suggest that the virus originates from the Wuhan lab. And now? It's perfectly plausible that the virus originated from the Wuhan lab and it seems to be the likely origin. I mean, this kind of censorship changes by the day. The Wuhan lab origin illustrates perfectly the urgent need for free and open discussions instead of letting just a few corporations decide what we can and cannot say. Many doctors has become ostracized just for presening alternative theories. Right now, it's just a few giant corporations who arbitrarily decides what is and what isn't "misinformation". And that is just another word for the kind of censorship that exists in China and N.Korea
  5. It's appalling to see ignorant muslims, both sunni and shia, support the talibans just because they harbor a sort of orgasmic hatred against USA and Israel.
  6. It's appalling to see how many people are defending the suspension of democratic rights in the name of public health. Anyone who defends brutality of Australian police, might as well move to China or North Korea Australia's handling of the virus is way too disproportionate. There are several examples of countries that has managed the covid much better than Australia, without the police brutality.
  7. But in facebook, you're allowed to say that AIDS doesn't exist. AIDS is also a pandemic. It kills more people every year than many other diseases. In theory, someone can see that post, have unprotected sex and encounter the risk. That's really not a good excuse to stifle freedom of expression. Anyone who thinks these big corporations censors speech out of altruism, the supposed goodness in their heart, is incredibly naive
  8. What's most appalling is how all these big tech companies and governments are stifling free speech and discussions about the virus and the vax. They don't allow a free flow of information. In facebook, if you write a post and say that HIV is a harmless virus and all sorts of things, they don't do anything. You can say that the earth is flat, that AIDS doesn't exist and they leave it up there. But say the slightest thing about the virus or the vax, and your post instantly gets taken down and in many cases, the account gets suspended
  9. It's true. Sunnis and shias are equally with their tribalism and identity politics. They have copied their identity politics from the neo-marxist academia in the West
  10. So, I wonder for those of you who have married with a spouse from another country and culture (but still muslim of course), how do you decide upon which language to speak at home with the kids? I have a prospective spouse and we have a lot in common and get along great, we love each other a lot. We're 99% sure we're gonna marry once the restrictions are lifted (we live in different countries) So we speak english to eachother. While both of us can speak english, it's not our mother tongue. So I've been wondering about this issue in the scenario that we have children. I don't want to negatively impact the children's language development. If you've married with a spouse from another country, with another mother tongue, what language do you speak with the children? What language is the commonly spoken language in the home?
  11. The iranian regime has outright said that they look forward to cooperating with the taliban regime. Both sunni and shias are entering a dark age where they have to live under the yoke of political islamism It's pretty obvious by now that the supporters of the "resistance axis" are neo-marxists disguising themselves as muslims. After the failure of socialism in the middle east, the revolutionary marxists had to find another outlet through which to impose their destructive ideas on people. Thus, you have political islam such as the Muslim Brotherhood and the Iranian regime
  12. The unfortunate reality is, that the "resistance" supporters and "anti-zionists" on this site are neo-marxists, not muslims. Their beliefs and support for terrorism and oppression goes against everything that Islam and the ahlul bayt stands for. These neo-marxists are obsessed with US and Israel and blames all the world's woes on them. Sadly, as long as Pakistan and Iran continues to meddle in Afghanistan's affairs, the afghan people will be miserable. I truly feel sad for all afghan people, no matter if they're sunni or shia
  13. Ay, quite sad to see Afghanistan fall to the talibans. Muslims are unfortunately entering a dark age. And as much as my heart is sad for the coming dark age of Afghanistan, the harsh truth is that the talibans enjoy a strong support base from the pashtos, who are the majority of afghans. Best thing we can do right now is to pray for the afghan people, regardless if they're sunni or shia. And the solution to Afghanistan's problems has to come from within. Like it or not, the reason that the Talibans have been able to make such strides and take over so fast, is because the talibans are rooted in afghan culture. Even before this takeover, the talibans were making huge progress. You simply can't come from the outside and try to introduce a political system that is a foreign concept to the people. And it's not the job of any country to go to some distant country and do nation-building.
  14. 90% of hadiths are inauthentic anyway, and many of the hadiths directly contradicts the Quran
  15. When I click the link, it says "The page you are trying to access is not available for your account."
  16. It wants a password. How do I apply to enter the Brothers forum?
  17. And yet, people like you believe every lie that Hamas and Pallywood spews
  18. Disgusting what the chinese are doing. Even more disgusting is the fact that there are muslims, both Sunni and Shia who supports China's genocide on the Uyghur muslims
  19. Yes, I really believe I have anger issues. Things that other people can easily let go of, I dwell on for days. Sometimes even months
  20. I have this big problem of mine, where I find myself angry and unforgiving at even the slightest offenses. Like, for example if somebody put my thing in the wrong place, or said something inapropriate, I have a very difficult time to let these trivial things go. Even though rationally speaking, these small things aren't worth pondering on. Even if the person in question apologizes and makes amends for it, my heart and emotions is still angry, even though I know that the person has sincerely apologized. And usually, if I offend other people, they usually just tell me straight, I apologize and it's over. But for me, even when the person apologize, I still continue to berate them And it's even more hypocritical of me because, other people has forgiven me for making really big mistakes and not keeping my word. But here I am being so petty and getting mad for the slightest offense. I sometimes hate myself for this. What do you do when you feel angry at someone? What do you do in order to let go of the rage and forgive the person? I would be extremely grateful for advice Assalamu alaikum
  21. This is something that bothers me too. In Pakistan especially, ever since the reign of Zia Al-Huq, they have gone hardcore in trying to arabize. Many muslims seem to equate Islam with arab culture, when in fact, they are 2 separate things
  22. What the? There's literally a verse in the Quran where it says that the Quran has been made easy to understand (again, I'm horrible with remembering numbers). The explicity intention and purpose of that verse is to show that the Quran is meant to be read and interpreted by normal common people Nowhere in the Quran does it says that you can only interpret the Quran through some divine proxy. Neither through some divine imam or some random sunni mufti
  23. I see an awful lot of muslims, both sunni and shia, who seem to put the hadiths above the Quran in importance. One example I can bring up is how in the Quran, it says "There is no compulsion in religion"(forgive me, I forgot which verse it is). And yet, there are hadiths saying that if someone doesn't have the same beliefs as you, he's a murtad and must be put to death. And then, muslims decide that this hadith outweighs the Quran. This is just one example. There are many instances where for some reason, one inauthentic ridiculous hadith cancels out 50 verses from the Quran. Feels like the Quran has become reduced to be used solely for recitation, and not any actual studies. This isn't a problem that is exclusive to sunni or shia. I also notice that whenever someone asks about things regarding religion, people mostly just rely on hadiths for answers. They always just cite hadiths to argue for their points. Sadly it appears that the Quran and it's message has been reduced to be something merely symbolic in the muslim ummah
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