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    south-lebanon got a reaction from feefee_xx in How To Convert To A Shia Muslim?   
    no i don't think so shia or sunni is still islam
    i think if she attends this comeing ashura comemarations and cries for imam Hussain (as) (any sincre person will), it is probably enough to warrant a conversion to shiasm.
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    south-lebanon got a reaction from Allah Seeker in Stop Idolizing Bashar Assad   
    I am absolutely stunned at all these "experts" here who think they know everything there is to know about Assad...one guy goes you can't be shia if you support Assad, then he attaches links to all theses articles written by liars from 2 years ago as proof assad is bad :no:, like as if i haven't read the news for hours everyday for the last 2 and half years and cross examined evidence to work out if he is bad or good. From the early days of the unrest till now, their has been clear and evident pattern that everything being spewed out against Assad is all propaganda and that he is being targeted because he is pro resistance.
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    south-lebanon got a reaction from Allah Seeker in Stop Idolizing Bashar Assad   
    Says the expert in levantine politics..thankfully we the people of the land are much wiser than you...keep cursing all you like because 2 and a half years have past and Assad and his regime are more popular than ever!
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    south-lebanon got a reaction from Allah Seeker in Stop Idolizing Bashar Assad   
    I don't idolize Assad, but i don't believe he is evil, obviously he is fallible but he is the only arab leader, formally a practicing eye surgeon in London, that is truly humble and doesn't have a sectarian agenda towards his people...Its not his fault he was born in a region where people have a medievial mentality....where they behead a father,son or orphan and yell Allhu Akbar...These people exist in Lebanon too,and the only language they understand is force...they are like rabid zombies, they will keep attacking until they are sedated.
    I honestly believe that if Assad didn't love his country he would have already stepped down, and gone to a Allie country where he could work and earn a good living,
    This is a video of a sheik that admits that muslims in are generally backward (majority sunnis), medievil, not ready to run their own countries, influenced by the greatest of satans, the wahabis.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2R7DZVlCtE
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    south-lebanon got a reaction from Alan Rooney in Musings Of A "sunni"   
    what is it that definines a shiite? i know a few shia's who regard themselves as shias but also still hold the same doubts as you do, such as, the extent of the imams infallibility, and the occultation of the 12th imam.
    as you already know "shia" can be defined broadly includeing 12er, zaidi, ishmaili, alevi etc. However each of these dont hold the same views on imamah as the others do, not to mention some of them (not 12er) may even violate in belief the very fundamentals of what defines islam, but what these sects do have in common with each other is a belief that you seem to have already adopted and that is, that the rightful sucsesser to the Prophet (pbuhp) was imam Ali (as) and that the ahlul bayt (as) were persecuted along with their supporters and also that the sahabas were not all that they are hyped up to be as ahlul sunnah believe.
    maybe you can technically already call yourself a shia?
    you made an intresting point about whether imam Ali (as) would of ordered those expansion wars had his rightful succession not been infringed upon, Perhaps we will find out on the day of judgement that if the umah had been governed by the rightful imam and proceeded by his rightful lineage then maybe the whole worlds population would of eventually become muslim without the use of military force but by the force of wisdom and logic, wouldn't that actually make more sense?
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    south-lebanon got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Musings Of A "sunni"   
    what is it that definines a shiite? i know a few shia's who regard themselves as shias but also still hold the same doubts as you do, such as, the extent of the imams infallibility, and the occultation of the 12th imam.
    as you already know "shia" can be defined broadly includeing 12er, zaidi, ishmaili, alevi etc. However each of these dont hold the same views on imamah as the others do, not to mention some of them (not 12er) may even violate in belief the very fundamentals of what defines islam, but what these sects do have in common with each other is a belief that you seem to have already adopted and that is, that the rightful sucsesser to the Prophet (pbuhp) was imam Ali (as) and that the ahlul bayt (as) were persecuted along with their supporters and also that the sahabas were not all that they are hyped up to be as ahlul sunnah believe.
    maybe you can technically already call yourself a shia?
    you made an intresting point about whether imam Ali (as) would of ordered those expansion wars had his rightful succession not been infringed upon, Perhaps we will find out on the day of judgement that if the umah had been governed by the rightful imam and proceeded by his rightful lineage then maybe the whole worlds population would of eventually become muslim without the use of military force but by the force of wisdom and logic, wouldn't that actually make more sense?
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    south-lebanon got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Which Sahaba Are Respected By Shi'a   
    Courtesy of wikipedia
    Ja'far ibn Abu Talib Ali's brother.
    Abdullah ibn Ja'far Zainab bint Ali's husband.
    Abu Talib ibn Abd al-Muttalib uncle of Muhammad
    Salman the Persian gave Muhammad the idea to dig the trench. He, like the other, did not supposedly give allegiance toAbu Bakr
    Abu Dharr al-Ghifari Jundub ibn Junadah ibn Sakan (Arabic جُندب بن جَنادة), better known as Abu Dharr, Abu Dharr al-Ghafari, or Abu Tharr Al-Ghefari (Arabic أبو ذر الغفاري) was an early convert to Islam.
    Bilal ibn Ribah is called by Muhammed as "the most truthful man between heaven and earth".
    Abdullah ibn Abbas was a staunch follower of Ali. Did not give allegiance to Abu Bakr, until Ali supposedly did so. Accompanied Ali when he demanded his inheritance from Umar and sought very badly of Umar and Abu Bakr. Convinced 20'000 of the 24'000 Khawarij to return to Ali.[2].
    Malik ibn Ashter was Ali's general when he came close to killing Muawiya, then became his governor, has long and beautiful letter addressed to him in Nahj ul-Balagha Letter No.53 in which Ali gives guidance in how to uphold a government. That letter was referred to in the United Nations as an advice to Arabs.
    Muhammad ibn Abu Bakr was Abu Bakr's son and a adopted of Ali. He was chosen to govern Egypt.
    Ammar ibn Yasir was killed by Muawiyas army in the Battle of Siffin when he was 90 years old, as predicted by Muhammad.
    Miqdad ibn al-Aswad al-Kindi
    Uthman ibn Hunaif Dhu'sh-Shahadatain He did not give allegiance to Abu Bakr.
    Jabir Ibn Abdullah Ansari He did not give allegiance to Abu Bakr.
    Ouwais al Qarniy
    Harith ibn Abd al-Muttalib An uncle of Muhammad
    Obaidah ibn al-Harith was the first Muslim to be killed in battle. He was a cousin of Muhammad and Ali, and he was the first Martyr of the Battle of Badr.
    Fatima bint Asad Aunt of Muhammad and the mother of Ali
    Fatima bint Hizam married Ali and gave him four sons that were martyred at the Battle of Karbala, not to be confused with Ali's first wife Fatima bint Muhammad
    Umm Kulthum bint Ali daughter of Ali and Fatimah, was taken to Yazids palace after the Battle of Karbala.
    Zaynab bint Ali eldest daughter of Ali and Fatimah was taken to Yazids palace after the Battle of Karbala.
    Khabbab ibn al-Aratt was a great role model in life.
    Akib ibn Usaid was the first governor of Makkah.
    Aqeel ibn Abi Talib a brother of Ali and cousin of Muhammad
    Talib ibn Abi Talib a brother of Ali and cousin of Muhammad
    Abbas ibn Abd al-Muttalib an uncle of Muhammad and Ali
    Asma bint Umais a widow of Abu Bakr, who later married Ali
    Zaid ibn Arqam
    Sa'ad ibn Mu'adh
    Abdu'l-Rahman ibn Abu Bakr‎
    Zaid mawla Muhammad was the freed slave of Muhammad and the father of Usama ibn Zaid.
    Usama ibn Zaid
    Ubaidullah bin Abdullah retold the event of the pen and paper as he heard from
    Ibn Abbas.
    Lubaynah accepted Islam
    Fazl ibn Abbas A cousin of Muhammad and Ali, he did not give allegiance to Abu Bakr.
    Khalid ibn Sa'id ibn al-As He did not give allegiance to Abu Bakr.
    Buraida Aslami He did not give allegiance to Abu Bakr.
    Ubai ibn Ka'b He did not give allegiance to Abu Bakr. (He is the one who based on authentic Sunni sources the Prophet ordered the companions to trust him in the matter of Quran as one of the three trustee persons in this regard. See Sahih al-Bukhari, English, vol. 6, Tradition #521)
    Khuzaima ibn Thabit Dhu'sh-Shahadatain He did not give allegiance to Abu Bakr.
    Abu'l-Hathama Bin Tihan He did not give allegiance to Abu Bakr.
    Sahl ibn Hunaif He did not give allegiance to Abu Bakr.
    Abu Ayub Ansari He did not give allegiance to Abu Bakr.
    Hudhaifa ibn Yaman He did not give allegiance to Abu Bakr.
    Sa'd ibn Ubaida He did not give allegiance to Abu Bakr.
    Qais ibn Sa'd He did not give allegiance to Abu Bakr.
    Malik ibn Nuwayra
    Arwa bint Abd al-Muttalib was one of the meritorious women.
    Mus`ab ibn `Umair
    Bilal ibn al-Harith
    Amr ibn Jamooh died in the Battle of Uhud while defending the Prophet of Islam
    Yasir ibn Amir, father of Ammar ibn Yasir
    Sumayyah bint Khabbab, mother of Ammar ibn Yasir, also the first martyr of Islam
    Anas ibn al-Nadr died in the battle of Uhud
    Abu Dujana defended Muhamamd in the battle of Uhud
    Kumayl ibn Ziyad companion of Ali ibn Abi Talib. Dua Kumayl is named after him
    Abu Ayyub al-Ansari
    Sa'ad ibn Abi Waqqas

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    south-lebanon got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Which Sahaba Are Respected By Shi'a   
    This is a clearer assessment on the shia view of malik, right here.
    -it may not have been from ghadir after all, not that, being present at ghadir wasn't clear enough for someone to know who was the rightful person to succeed the prophet anyway.
    Plus i'm positive this has been discussed on shiachat before, so its somewhere in the archives.
    A short account of Malik bin Nuwayrah (ra) from a Shia source
    It would be relevant to mention the Shi’a view of Malik bin Nuwayrah, so that after reading the entire article, all knowledge seekers (amongst both Sunni and Shi’a) can make a more informed conclusion. Ibn Shazan records in Al-Fadael, page 75:
    Al-Bara bin Azeb said: When we were sitting with Allah’s Messenger (s) a delegation from Bani Tammim (tribe) came to Him (s). Malik bin Nuwayra said: ‘Oh Allah’s Messenger, teach me faith (Iman). Allah’s Messenger said: ‘To testify that there is no god but Allah only, and I’m the messenger of Allah, pray the five prayers, fast during the month of Ramdhan, pay Zakat, perform pilgrimage to (Allah’s) house, and follow my Wasi after me, and he (prophet) pointed his hand to Ali. And don’t shed blood, don’t steal, don’t betray, don’t eat orphan’s money, don’t drink alcohol and follow my laws, permit what is lawful and forbid what is unlawful, give the rights from your own self to the poor and strong, to the old and young. Till (the prophet) mentioned to him the Islamic laws. (Malik) said: ‘Oh Allah’s messenger, I’m a man who quickly forgets, please repeat again’. Then He (s) repeated, then he (Malik) left pulling his cloth and saying: ‘By the God of the house, I learnt faith (Iman).’
    When he (Malik) went far away from Allah’s messenger, He (s) said: ‘Who ever wants to see a man of heaven, he should look at this man.’ Abu Bakr and Umar said: ‘Oh Allah’s messenger, who are you referring to?’ He (s) looked down to the earth, then they (Abu Bakr & Umar) followed him (Malik) and said to him: ‘Good news from Allah and His messenger to you to have been promised Paradise.’ He (Malik) replied: ‘May Allah bless you if you are testifying by what I testify, because you learnt what Prophet Muhammad taught me. But if you don’t, then may Allah not bless you.’ Abu Bakr said: ‘Don’t say that, I’m the father of Ayesha, the wife of the prophet.’ He (Malik) said: ‘What do you want ?’ They (Abu Bakr & Umar) said: ‘You are from the people of Paradise, so ask for forgiveness for us’. He (Malik) said: ‘May Allah never forgive you, you leave the Messenger of Allah who owns intercession and ask me for forgiveness!’ Then they returned back and signs of sadness appeared on their faces, when Allah’s Messenger saw them, He smiled and said: ‘Is their sadness because of truth?’
    When Allah’s Messenger died and Bani Tamim (tribe) returned to Madina with Malik bin Nuwaira being with them, he went to see as to who became the successor after Allah’s messenger, he entered the mosque on Friday and Abu Bakr was giving an address on the pulpit. He (Malik) looked at him and said: ‘Oh brother of Taim’. (Abu Bakr) said: ‘Yes’. He (Malik) said: ‘Where is the Wasi of Allah’s messenger, who ordered I was ordered to follow?’ They (people) said: ‘Oh you desert Arab, things have changed.’ (Malik) said: ‘By Allah, nothing has changed, but you betrayed Allah and His messenger.’ Then he (Malik) got closer to Abu Bakr and said: ‘Who allowed you to climb onto the pulpit while the Wasi of Allah’s Messenger is here?’. Abu Bakr said: ‘Throw out this desert Arabian who urinates on his heels from Allah’s Messenger mosque.’ Qunfud and Khalid bin al-Walid went to him and kept pushing him until they removed him from the mosque.
    Then he (Malik) rode on his camel and said (poem): ‘We obeyed Allah’s messenger as long he was amongst us, Oh people, what I have to do with Abu Bakr….’ When every thing was under Abu Bakr’s control, he sent Khalid bin al-Walid and said to him: ‘You heard what Malik said in front of the people, I’m worried that he would cause a crack we wont be able to fix. Kill him.’ When Khalid arrived (to Malik’s land) he (Malik) rode on his horse and he was a knight equal to thousand knights, hence Khalid was scared of him, therefore he (Khalid) gave him oath, and then when (Malik) dropped his weapon, Khalid betrayed him he killed him, placed his head in a cooking pot, and married his wife the same night, raping her like a donkey.’
    Also according to the Shia source al-Estighatha by Abu al-Qasim al-Kufi (d. 352 H), Volume 1 page 7, Malik’s tribe refused to submit Zakat to Abu Bakr because they believed that they were supposed to submit it to Ali bin Abi Talib (as)
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    south-lebanon got a reaction from Asghar Ali Karbalai in How To Convert To A Shia Muslim?   
    no i don't think so shia or sunni is still islam
    i think if she attends this comeing ashura comemarations and cries for imam Hussain (as) (any sincre person will), it is probably enough to warrant a conversion to shiasm.
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    south-lebanon got a reaction from Mansur Bakhtiari in Boycott Shia Owned Businesses   
    Disturbing news: apparently the news going around is that the original owner of Juicylicious, which is on the boycot list, was threatened with a gun in his mouth to leave and now he has sold up.
    and last week a chicken shop owned by a shia was fire-bombed days before it was due to be opened up, the fire bombing is also being blamed on secterian, wahabi terrorists.
    http://www.facebook.com/groups/498235173536679/
    Sunday at 12:06am

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    Ahmad Machlouche ToptechComputers in sha'a Allah kheir, jazaka Allaho khayran.
    Sunday at 11:24am


    Mahmoud Assaad
    assallamu allaikum all praise is due to Allah alone, lord of the 7 heavens, lord of the 7 earths. I would like to inform everyone of some exciting news....., juicylicious in bankstown that was once owned by rawafidah, is now owned by brothe...See More



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    south-lebanon got a reaction from Mansur Bakhtiari in Boycott Shia Owned Businesses   
    Your probably best just avoiding people like that, they truly are not worthy of being called human due to the savageness of their nature.
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    south-lebanon got a reaction from Inaayah in Stop Idolizing Bashar Assad   
    I don't idolize Assad, but i don't believe he is evil, obviously he is fallible but he is the only arab leader, formally a practicing eye surgeon in London, that is truly humble and doesn't have a sectarian agenda towards his people...Its not his fault he was born in a region where people have a medievial mentality....where they behead a father,son or orphan and yell Allhu Akbar...These people exist in Lebanon too,and the only language they understand is force...they are like rabid zombies, they will keep attacking until they are sedated.
    I honestly believe that if Assad didn't love his country he would have already stepped down, and gone to a Allie country where he could work and earn a good living,
    This is a video of a sheik that admits that muslims in are generally backward (majority sunnis), medievil, not ready to run their own countries, influenced by the greatest of satans, the wahabis.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2R7DZVlCtE
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    south-lebanon got a reaction from Ali_ in Stop Idolizing Bashar Assad   
    I don't idolize Assad, but i don't believe he is evil, obviously he is fallible but he is the only arab leader, formally a practicing eye surgeon in London, that is truly humble and doesn't have a sectarian agenda towards his people...Its not his fault he was born in a region where people have a medievial mentality....where they behead a father,son or orphan and yell Allhu Akbar...These people exist in Lebanon too,and the only language they understand is force...they are like rabid zombies, they will keep attacking until they are sedated.
    I honestly believe that if Assad didn't love his country he would have already stepped down, and gone to a Allie country where he could work and earn a good living,
    This is a video of a sheik that admits that muslims in are generally backward (majority sunnis), medievil, not ready to run their own countries, influenced by the greatest of satans, the wahabis.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2R7DZVlCtE
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    south-lebanon reacted to Saintly_Jinn23 in Do You See The Allewittes As Shias?   
    I consider Alawites to be Shia and trust the judgements of Shia scholars like Musa Sadr and Khomeini on these issues rather than biased heresiographies and misunderstandings by Western academics.
     
    However, it seems that due to combination of many factors, some Alawites are only Alawites in a cultural sense and know little about their religion beyond the basics. This may be due to years of repression, which forced the Alawites so underground that many of the teachings of the sect have been kept relatively secret by its leaders and among the various ranks of the congregation. With the rise of secularism in areas where Alawites lived and the movement of the Alawites from the rural areas where it was preserved into the more urban environments, many of the laity have become disinterested and detached from their religious roots and the rate of Alawite laity who became initiated into the secret teachings of the order declined, so what you're left with are many Alawites whose affiliation with the sect probably only goes so far as the fact that their father or grandfather was an "Alawite," which of course makes them "Alawite," and so their understanding of their religion is very minimal or incoherent. A similar situation plagues the Alevi community of Turkey where it has become more of an ethnic marker for some, so much so that even some misguided Alevis, due to the frustrations caused by the Turkish government, go so far as to disown their Islamic heritage. This seems to be the case with certain members of the Alevi diaspora in regions like Australia and Germany who try to claim Alevis are not Muslims but the inheritors of Zoroastrianism or Christianity, in spite of the fact that the name "Alevi" means "follower of Ali" and they still hang up portraits of the Sufi saint Haji Bektash Veli, who was a devout Muslim. If anything, they are inheritors of what is left of the legacy of the Qizilbash tribes.
     
    Others of course are so secularized that they don't really even know what their religion teaches, all they know is that Alevis are mistreated because they are "Alevis," and their fathers and grandfathers are/were "Alevis." Again, Alevis and Bektashi-Alevis faced similar situations as the Syrian Alawites where they were forced underground or to keep their sect's more controversial and/or explicitly Shi'ite teachings secret for fear of persecution by the Sunni establishment and in many cases fled to rural areas where they could practice in secret. With migration of many Alevi laity to urban areas and the exposure to secularism, this has contributed to some significant decline in the participation in the religion beyond a cultural level. The Bektashi Order also has the double whammy of its centers in Albania being under a communist dictatorship for nearly 60 years. It has only now started to make a resurgence, but struggles also with the secularization of its adherents. It's really very sad actually.
     
    Anyway, what little I know about the Syrian Alawites is that their more formal title is "Nusayris" and they claim descent from ibn Nusayr, one of the students of Imam al-Hadi (as) and Imam al-Askari (as). According to the Alawites, he was given special instructions and teachings from the Imams and was one of the babs of the Twelfth Imam. Although some Shi'ite heresiographies claim ibn Nusayr was excommunicated, the Nusayri-Alawites' books appear to state that they do not reject the other individuals whom al-Mahdi remained in contact with during the lesser occultation, but that simply ibn Nusayr received special instruction from Muhammad al-Mahdi (as) first before the others. Some of the Alawites also go so far as to agree that ibn Nusayr was publicly excommunicated by the Imams and their students for revealing secret Shi'i teachings concerning the heavenly nature of the Imams in public, but that this was part of an elaborate form of taqiyya where ibn Nusayr risked his life to testify the truth and had to be publicly excommunicated, lest the Imams and their Shi'i be put in greater danger, but this act on ibn Nusayr's part is seen as commendable and was an example of his sacrifice for the Imams' and truth's sake and in challenging the Abbassid usurpers. I'm not sure if the Imams really excommunicated ibn Nusayr according to credible source of if this may be a way the Alawites attempt to harmonize their histories with those of more prominent Shi'ite heresiographers in later centuries.
     
    EDIT: Although I have heard that Alawites "worship" Imam Ali, this seems like it may be more of a misunderstanding by either Westerners or Sunnis who don't understand the sect's esoteric language concerning tawhid or the role of Ahlul Bayt in the act of creation. They believe Ali is a "manifestation of God" or something like that, but also believe Muhammad and Jesus are as well if I'm not mistaken. Similar accusations are put against Alevis/Bektashis because of their doctrine concerning "God-Muhammad-Ali" though these accusations are in fact misunderstandings, so the same may be the case with Alawites who may only be the victims of ignorance concerning their batini doctrines. I wouldn't be surprised if their irfani teachings are hardly different from the mainstream irfan taught in places like Qum much like the Alevis' has been found to be.
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    south-lebanon reacted to Yasmeena in Militant Groups Target Al-Manar Crew In Maaloula   
    If you have been following the syrian crisis on Al-Manar tv you would regognize the reporter Hamza Hajj Hasan. If I recall correctly he also reported from the hospital during one of the terrorist bombings in Beirut a few months ago. To those who follow Al-Manar Hamza Haj Hassan is more than just a familiar face. This is heartbreaking. Congratulations on your martyrdom and we pray that you are all blessed with Allahs mercy.

    Here are some pictures of the martyr Hamza Hajj Hasan:



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    south-lebanon reacted to Waiting for HIM in Is There Any Web For Adopting Shia Child?   
    Why do you plan to adopt and snatch it away from the parents? You can adopt while they are living with their own parents.
    http://www.nasimco.org
    If you insist, try adopting someone who is fatherless and motherless. You will find many in Iraq and Pakistan.
    There are rules though around adoption, so just be cognizant of these. For example you have to keep the name of the child's father. You can not give the kid your last name. Islam strictly prohibits this. Also if it's a baby boy, he will become a non-mahram for your blood daughter as he grows adult. If you adopt a baby girl, she will become non mahram for her adopted father and other brothers.
    Too many issues that you will have to watch out for.
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    south-lebanon reacted to Wahdat in Paki Army Exporting Arms And Taliban To Syria   
    Honorable countries dont have torture cells. You say that Pakistan's ISI has torture cells. Hence Pakistani govt and army are not honorable.

    Iranian army has defended Iran. Indian army has defended India. Chinese army has defended China. Russian army has defended Russia. But Pakistani army has not defended Pakistan in light of all the foreign jihadists and foreign agents within the Paki govt and religious groups...not to mention the drones
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    south-lebanon reacted to Waiting for HIM in Paki Army Exporting Arms And Taliban To Syria   
    And this is all what Mulla Umer gets. LOL
     
    LAL Masjid Girls from Jamia Hafsa (A wahabi famale madrassas aka 'humanide exploder factory" aka "terror breeder" aka "Jihadi pleasure women")
     
     

     
    Really? So all those Armenian Christians, the Orthodox Christians, the Druze, the Syrian Arab Jews who had been living in Syria peacefully until few years ago are all lying?
     
    No Sir, the non-Muslim minorities were living most peacefully in one of the rare Arab countries which has been bulldozed by Salafi Wahabi GCCs.
     
    Here's another piece of news: Give another few months and defeated hordes are coming back from Syria, Palestine, Egypt, and Libya to haunt GCC. Guess what they are best at; killing defenseless people in mosques and malls. Good bye Dubai malls.
    Or did I mention it already? Then the real fun would begin!!!
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    south-lebanon reacted to Waiting for HIM in Paki Army Exporting Arms And Taliban To Syria   
    Obviously you didn't read the news links I posted. So to amuse your simplistic 4 yrs old brains, memes work.
     
    They worked on King Abdullah when he was in coma. 
     

     
     
    And if you want the reference to the famous "LAL Masjid" female warriors and other Sunni girls making themselves available for all, go here (can't post on SC): 
    http://numidia-liberum.blogspot.com/2013/05/la-prostitution-halal.html
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    south-lebanon reacted to The Green Knight in Paki Army Exporting Arms And Taliban To Syria   
    I'm a Pakistani. I have no need for it. I have co-education and never ending pretty sunni girls who don't even want a misyar before offering themselves. So why complicate things bro.
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    south-lebanon reacted to The Green Knight in Paki Army Exporting Arms And Taliban To Syria   
    In the spirit of the notion that there is always a bright side, the part of the zombie horde of the 100,000 total sloppy baby killers originated from Pakistan will be cleansed in the meat grinder they have running over in Syria, and thus the honor will be ours, us Shia, that we shall rid the world of another sizable chunk of terrorists bred, fed, sheltered and grown on petrodollars of blood sucking western and israeli filth. Ain't that something bro? :p
     
    In fact, if we study natural organic fertilizers and their history in context of our certainty in victory over evil, being the party of Allah, then these 100,000 rotten corpses are like gold that will be deposited in your lands. The phosphorus and calcium from kilo tonnes of their bones and all the nitrogen from their composted flesh and all the potassium and magnesium from their blood and bodily fluids will be worth each penny spent on the bullets and shells that will be used to exterminate them.
     
    So it is a gift in disguise! AND the Shia nation is sharing the burden and helping us Pakistani Shia by taking all that load off (T H A N K    Y O U). There are so many bright sides to this. Take my word for it that being outside the protective jurisdiction of the Pakistani injustice system and courts, these fertilizer bags won't survive the exposure for more than a few weeks. Win-win situation bro!
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    south-lebanon got a reaction from The Green Knight in Breaking News - Shrine Bombed-   
    This is a ritualistic, polytheist act, that is enacted to satisfy the blood thirst of their vengful umayad ancestors..these animals will never forgive the ahlulbayt or their shias for the opposition and disent that lead to the overthrow of their dynasty that preserved islam as we see it today.
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    south-lebanon got a reaction from Noah- in Terrorists Humiliated - Yabroud   
    The capitulation of the rebels in yabrud is attributed to nothing other than a specialist commando mission by hezbollah deep behind enemy line that annihilated the top hierarchy of the terrorists leaders, leaving the remainder in disarray and panic. Now that the dust has settled, the holy warriors of the zionist arab monarchs are trying to deflect the real reason why they lost yabrud.
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    south-lebanon reacted to Al-Mufeed in Breaking News - Shrine Bombed-   
    (bismillah)
     
    (salam)
     
    Condolences to all the believers and to the Imam of the age, may Allah hasten his return. 
     
    The shrine of Ammar ibn Yassir, Uwais al Qarni and Ubay ibn Qais  is attacked again in the city of Raqqa, this time with an explosive - done by Daish terrorists. 
     
    Report from Al-Manar:
     
     
    http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=142767&frid=23&seccatid=20&cid=23&fromval=1
     
     
    This is the third time the shrine has been attacked. 
     
     
     

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