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pakistanyar

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  1. I think this whole thing labeling the womens march as some " free sex " march is pure Wahabi propaganda. One or two transgenders slogans or placards dosnt make the whole movement gay.

    Last time I went to Pakistan I could see how Pakistani men treat women. Basically men are to lazy to even get up and get water for themselves. Wife's are treated as servants. 

    What really is sad is when you see women who went to medical school treated as maids. 

    Pakistani men really needs to show more respect to women. It's a shame. Who here hasnt heard about a relative getting married and being treated like crap or being blamed for giving birth to a disabled child or inability to have boys.


  2. From the web it seems that "Khorasan" was a name made up by the Americans. Khorasan group is basically the NUSRA front terrorist in Syria.

     

    America didn't want to say they bombed Al-Nusra because American allies openly fund Al-Nusra. So America made a fake name for Al-Nusra calling them "KORA-SANH".

     

    In conclusion America bombed Al-Nusra but they labeled Al-Nusra "Khorasan" b/c they dont want to admit that they are bombing the same people that Qatar funds.


  3. What I don't understand is the price at which the book will be sold. About USD 70? Why, is there no demand in the market for detailed info about the Shias and especially that of Pakistan given how much negative spotlight that country gets in the Western press?

     

    I'm guessing this is this is his thesis publishing company/organization putting this out. Maybe if a private Shia owned publishing company tries to get in touch with this guy and establish some sort of incentive for each sold, we could potentially have an affordable price.

     

    I tried searching for this guy online, didn't come across much.

     

    I'll try to see If we can get something done here.


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    New English Research Coming out specifically on Pakistani Shia History - No way i can buy it though, something to look out for.

     

    Here is one article specifically about Pakistani Shia. I made personal copies of this through my library so you will not find PDF anywhere. Andreas Rieck gives very good of early TNFJ history.

     

    Iv'e only come across two such articles specifically on Pakistani Shias. Very little English material.

     

     

    The Struggle for Equal Rights As A Minority Shia Communal Orginization in Pakistan 1948-1968 Andreas Rieck

     

     

     

     

     


  5. If they want a civil war give them a civil war. We can make our own car bombs and have our own military wing. This wing however cannot be at all linked to current Shia groups.

     

    They have to openly call out and criticize every single respected Shia group. In order to dissociate from them. It needs to be a rouge violent organization not afraid to bomb. A Malang antii-Molana crowd would serve as a great story for such a wing. If ASWJ can get into assembly with there B.S "we are not against Shias".

     

    Then Shia rogue groups can be formed to kill terrorist. The money will come from Pakistani Shias throughout the world if anything does come about.


  6. What he does is quote directly from books. I only watched the first seven mins. This text might not be found in Sunni books. Sunnism in general did a lot to whitewash the bad history of the Caliphs and Ayesha. They had to rescue Ashyea from the blame of Jamal and Uthman from family/Ummayad support. It's not far-fetched to acknowledge that unsavory stories about the other two founding pillars were also whitewashed. I mean the concept of rightly guided Caliph itself developed hundreds of years later, it was clearly a concept not accepted by Aeysha or Muawiyah or even other Muslims of the time.

    As for Authenticity of the Hadith, I guess one would have to go through Rijal on that.

    P.s he should do a lot more in English, I didn't know he spoke it well. Although his word usage may be unsettling to some.


  7. So Shi3I4lyf posted a response video which is one of the older videos. This is better than nothing.

     

    Make sure you subscribe to Shi34lyf. We should plan an online fundraiser for his efforts and support.

     

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    Hyder Husayns thread is really good.

     

    Also maybe contact Ahlal Bayt TV for such efforts, but we need to help financially....


  8. This is pretty bad, don't watch it if you cant handle it. Deen Show is super popular amongst Sunnis I think.

    I didn't get through all of it. As usual accuses Shia of giving divinity to Imams and ect.

     

    My purpose was just to inform people that these things are in everyday English channels now. Know what you are facing and how to react towards it.

     

    Once again, I wouldn't encourage you to watch all of it cause you'll just have a bad day.

     

     

    WE HAVE A HUGE TASK in the U.S and English speaking countries to undue these accusations. Need to start somewhere or Shiaism will disappear in America.

     

     

     


  9. Follow this Afghani Blogger on Twitter and his Blog. It is the only English Blog run by a Hazara from Afghanistan.

    Their is a huge lack of English literature on the Hazara people and their history. Support this guy.

     

    http://www.muzafarali.com/

     

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    Not so long ago, it was a warm day of August, 2012; in month of Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting. We were heading back to Bamyan from a short visit to Nili, capital-town of Daikundi. We were so in comfort in AC car but still exhausted due to long journey on treacherous and bumpy road. I saw three men coming carrying bush on their back. 

    I took out my camera out of the car and started to taking photos. All of them were looking tired due to weight they were carrying. For precautionary measures, our driver blared horn. The last one, who head of down and staring his steps suddenly woke up and started walking carefully, not to collide with the car.

    All of them crossed, saying Salam/Hello. The last one said, "Sorry Brother!"

    We crossed them in seconds. I shot nearly half-a-dozen of their photos. But their behavior compelled me thinking about them. The last man had done nothing wrong still said "Sorry". Is it because he was so polite and humble? Or so suppressed and oppressed? 

    I think it should be us, to say "Sorry" to them. Because our movement hamper their daily activities. We say "Thank You" to them for making and then maintaining these vital road for us. They clear show in the winter, prepare them after flood damage. What we do for them? Maybe nothing what they need or deserve. 

    I know there are many places in Afghanistan where people plant mines on the roads, kill passengers, loot them. But what a contrast - in the same Afghanistan there are people living so polite, civilized, harmless and humble. These are the people hidden from the world.


  10. I have recently come across the Twitter account of a Ahmadi Scholar based in the U.S. He has thousands of followers which include non-muslims and non-ahmadi.

     

    He stands against Zionism, condemns terrorism in Pakistan, visits American universities, speaks at American churches, and is a published author about Ahmadiyah persecution in Pakistan.

     

    Personally i don't care what his religious believes are.

     

    What he is a great example of how Shia scholars should act in an America. Through his actions thousands of people have adopted Ahmadiyah Islam in the U.S. And they have had even larger success across the world.

     

     

     

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    Reaching out to other communities is a top priority isn’t afraid to quote Americans

     

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    Doesn’t forget his people who are jailed and persecuted in Pakistan

     

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    Against the Zionist Agenda completely supports the Palestinians

     

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    Makes sure he goes to American Christian Churches

     

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    Makes sure he holds events at universities

     

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  11. First of all tawfeed al mufadil isn't that great. I bet not one American has read it. And it's better if they don't. Why the need to explain science to an American audience through a 600 year old perspective?

    It would do more damage than good.

    And no on al-Islam you won't find anything exclusively for an American audience.

    Most material is translated and not originally written in the English reading style. People who get through those books deserve medals.

    The book is for sale on amazon.com might also have a preview of first few pages


  12. I have recently come across the Twitter account of a Ahmadi Scholar based in the U.S. He has thousands of followers which include non-muslims and non-ahmadi.

     

    He stands against Zionism, condemns terrorism in Pakistan, visits American universities, speaks at American churches, and is a published author about Ahmadiyah persecution in Pakistan.

     

    Personally i don't care what his religious believes are.

     

    What he is a great example of how Shia scholars should act in an America. Through his actions thousands of people have adopted Ahmadiyah Islam in the U.S. And they have had even larger success across the world.

     

     

     

     

    Reaching out to other communities is a top priority isn’t afraid to quote Americans

     

     

     

     

    Doesn’t forget his people who are jailed and persecuted in Pakistan

     

     

     

    Against the Zionist Agenda completely supports the Palestinians

     

     

    Makes sure he goes to American Christian Churches

     

     

    Makes sure he holds events at universities

     

     

     


  13. http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/2014/1/14/infanticides-on-theriseinpakistan.html

     

     

     

    When Zaitoun realized she was pregnant, she didn't speak of it to her husband, knowing money was tight and that having a baby would likely mean she would lose her job. Her in-laws, whom Zaitoun did tell of her pregnancy, advised her to pray that it wouldn't be a girl. Two days after her daughter was born, Zaitoun says, she woke up to find the baby gone. That afternoon, when her husband returned home for lunch, she asked him what had happened. "I took care of it," he said.

     

     

     

     

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