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  1. Feb 9 - Syria ambassador to Libya getting kicked out (Warning: there is some rough language used)
  2. Dude, I'm just getting started...it's game on. I've taken way too many insults from you. You as an admin, are an embarassment to ShiaChat. You think you can make posts and are above all guidelines on ShiaChat, where as a normal user would have their posts deleted. Go back to Jabel Amel and farm the fields. Anyone in doubt: Look at Ya Aba 3abdillah's choice of words in his many posts and the content, and then compare it to every other mod/admin. You will see the striking difference. I'm sure other admins/mods have also complained about his conduct.
  3. Pro-Syria revolution demonstrations must be banned in Iran. The Iranian regime is not Islamic. They are just another political movement that will fall like all others. Yes, Khameini is afraid of a repeat of 2009-10 where they killed off and persecuted any dissent in Iran. You see that folks? This admin consistently posts duplicate long posts in multiple threads, but when it is reported, he deletes the report!! What kind of fairness is this if admins do things of such sort and get away with it? Where is the justice? ShiaChat should fire this dude once and for all. He is an embarassment to ShiaChat and the good mods/admins here.
  4. Ya Aba 3abdillah, did you forget your medication again?? Don't worry, your family and relatives back home in Jabel Amel working for Hezbollah will be able to find other jobs...perhaps back to farmers or janitors. I know you are desparate to save the Hezbollah jobs of your family back home, so you post your anti-Syrian Muslim lies.
  5. Ya Aba 3abdillah, you posted the above same post in here: http://www.shiachat....ost__p__2342951 Get a life. You tried to get viewers to your Gulf Royals threads you created and no one cared, stop trying to spam and hijack with duplicity on my threads. You need to be fired as an admin. Did you bribe your way into ShiaChat? Did you offer favors?
  6. No, our scholars have beautiful Sunnah beards, not no 1mm trimmed beards like those worn at dance parties listening to eurotrash.
  7. Feb 10 - Anti-Assad rallies kick off across Lebanon The Daily Star BEIRUT: Fresh protests got underway in south and north Lebanon Friday against Syrian President Bashar Assad’s 11-month-old crackdown on dissent. After Friday prayers, protesters emerged from mosques in Sidon, the provincial capital of the south, and Tripoli, Lebanon’s second largest city. About 4,000 men, women and children came out of Bilal Bin Rabah mosque in Sidon and marched three kilometers toward the city center. The protesters, brandishing banners that denounced Assad, shouted slogans criticizing Russia’s position on Syria. Russia and China recently vetoed a U.N. Security Council resolution aimed at ending Syria's bloodshed. “O Syria’s butcher [Assad], you smell,” one banner read. Another said: “Supporting a butcher is a sin.” A group of Syrian opposition members residing in Sidon also took part in the rally. In Tripoli, amid strict security measures, a crowd of about 700 emerged from Al-Mansour Al-Kabir mosque. The procession, organized by Hizb Ut-Tahrir, made its way through the streets of the neighborhood of Tal to the municipality. “O Homs residents, Tripoli is with you until victory is achieved against oppression,” the protesters yelled. They also shouted condemnations of the “crimes” committed in Homs and Aleppo. A similar demonstration kicked off after Friday prayers in Hamza mosque in nearby Qibbeh. Some 300 angry protesters rallied toward Ibn Sina Square where they held a prayer for the souls of the martyrs of the Syrian uprising. East Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley witnessed two rallies, but a third one planned for Rashaya was cancelled. Nearly 500 protesters emerged from Ali ibn Abi Taleb mosque in Saadnayel while another anti-Assad demo of about 100 took place outside Qab Elias' Al-Kabir mosque. Meanwhile, approximately 100 demonstrated outside Sahat al-Imam mosque in al-Tariq al-Jadideh, west Beirut, following Friday prayers. Security forces took stringent measures to ensure that the rallies remain peaceful. No incidents were reported during any of the demonstrations. Read more: http://www.dailystar...x#axzz1m3Uoy0Yc
  8. Oh look, it is the Basiji and IRGC representative on ShiaChat. Sorry man, I swear I won't spike my hair anymore. It was a funny comment related to Star Wars...what's wrong with laughing about it.
  9. Haha :D In seriousness, at least wrap a real turban on the cardboard cutout.
  10. Man, you have some issues. My posts aren't about Gulf Royals, but yours are. The problem is you can't get anyone to read or write in your trash Gulf Royal threads, so you try to hijack my Syrian threads that have nothing to do with Gulf Royals and are not discussed. You're a leecher. There were more than 200 Lebanese Muslims protesting in that video. Don't worry, your parasite bully Hezbollah's time will come. First they kill Rafik Hariri, then Nasrallah gets Lebanon involved in a war where 1,200 people died and the country was destroyed because of a DUMB idea of getting a handful of IDF soldiers. After that, we still remember what Hezbollah did back in 2008 in Beirut. I say any Lebanese who feels the need to fly Iranian/Khomeini/Khameini flags should be expelled to Iran. Lebanon is for the Lebanese, not Iranian stooges. On top of that, of all the rockets that Hezbollah fired into Israel causing death in 2006, 23% of those killed were Palestinian Muslims!
  11. In related news regarding the Palestinians and Syria, Hamas has been distancing itself from the Syrian and Iranian regimes: Feb 10 - Hamas drifting away from longtime patron Iran By The Associated Press Gaza City Hamas appears to be drifting away from its longtime patron Iran - part of a shift that began with last year’s Arab Spring and accelerated over Tehran’s backing of the pariah regime in Syria. The movement’s top leader in exile, Khaled Mashaal, wants Hamas to be part of the broader Islamist political rise triggered by the popular uprisings sweeping across the Arab world. For this, Hamas needs new friends like the wealthy Gulf states that are at odds with Iran. For now, Hamas won’t cut ties with Iran or close its headquarters-in-exile in the Syrian capital of Damascus, officials in the movement said. However, relations have become increasingly strained. Hamas has reduced its presence in Iran-allied Damascus in response to Syrian President Bashar Assad’s brutal crackdown on a popular uprising against him. Hamas also rejected Iran’s demand that the group publicly side with Assad, standing firm even when Tehran delayed the monthly support payments Hamas needs to govern the Gaza Strip, according to a senior Hamas official who insisted on anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss internal deliberations. At the same time, Hamas is increasingly relying on political and financial support from the Gulf, particularly tiny Qatar, which also has close ties to the West. This week, Qatar brokered a breakthrough unity deal between Mashaal and his longtime rival, internationally backed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. After five years of separate Palestinian governments in the West Bank and Gaza, Abbas is now to head an interim unity government and lead the Palestinians to elections. Qatar promised to help in case the international community will withdraw support for a transition government that - though headed by Abbas - would also be supported from the outside by Hamas. The movement is still widely shunned in the West and is considered a terrorist group by the United States and Europe - a legacy of the years in which it regularly claimed suicide bombings and other attacks on civilians in Israel. “Of course, the safety net is there,” Ahmed Yousef, a Gaza-based Hamas intellectual and Mashaal confidant, said of Qatar’s pledges of support. “The financial support will be there. ... They will be generous to help the Palestinians, to rebuild Gaza and cover the shortage. If there is a financial problem, they will help.” Read more: http://english.alara.../10/193818.html
  12. Man, you are one sick human being. Many, many, in the 100's of children have died by the Syrian regime by ammunitions. Also, many children are dying because the God-less regime is shutting down electricity and raiding hospitals. And you have the nerve to accuse the fathers of these dead children of killing their own babies? You like to accuse the victims of killing themselves? You're a sad state of a human being.
  13. More child martyrs in the ongoing seige in Homs. Killed by the Assad regime and Shabiha terrorists
  14. ^ ShiaBen, you have a history of trying to shut down dissent. I already told you, ShiaChat is not Tehran. Go respond to my Palestinian/Syrian article I just posted if that makes you happy. If you had half a brain, you would see I posted many replies yesterday and continue to do so, along with videos like today. Now, run along to that Iranian used car dealership in California, you will fit right in there.
  15. Feb 9 - Palestinian Intellectuals to Syrian Regime: Not in Our Name! A collective Palestinian statement To apply for membership in the Syrian Writers Union and in solidarity with the Syrian people It is our honor, as Palestinian writers and signatories to this statement, to request as a group to be inducted into the Syrian Writers Union, which has been recently established by the free Syrian writers and intellectuals who stand with the people as they climb the ladder of freedom which has been smeared with blood by the hand of the tyrant. The establishment of the Syrian Writers Union constitutes an essential pillar of the Syrian revolution and places the true intellectual in his or her rightful place beside the people as an effective partner in building a new Syria free of dynastic authoritarianism–a diverse, democratic, civil system based on the rights of the citizen, one that embraces the rights of expression and creation, a system incapable of falsifying the free Syrian intellectual’s will through hollow structures that arrogate the potentials of culture, usurp the role of the intellectual and falsify his or her will, always a device in the hand of the tyrant and his apparatuses. Now more than ever, Syria needs a mature voice that speaks from its very heart, a voice which strengthens national unity and derives strength from the diversity and richness of Syrian society [...] [which will serve as] the basis for building a democracy. We have recently heard a representative of the Syrian regime at the UN Security Council use the Palestinian cause and its painful and honorable course as cover for its terrifying crimes in Syria. We say to the Syrian regime and its representatives: not in our name, not in Palestine’s name, will these crimes be committed in our beloved Syria, oh killers. Do not make our just cause a mask for your inhumane crimes against our Syrian brothers and sisters. It is the Syrian people who have historically adopted our cause, and sacrificed martyrs for its sake, not your regime, of which we have painful memories. We will never forget its role in the massacre of Tel Az-Zaatar in 1976, nor in the terrible assault on the Nahr al Bared camp near Tripoli in 1983, nor the siege of the camps in Beirut in 1985, nor any of the other acts which have bitterly weakened Palestinian national unity. Do not use Palestine’s name, for it is no longer your winning card. A unified, free and democratic Syria is what Palestine needs, and this is the Syria that is being born today from the womb of a bloody revolution ignited by a great people. We are confident that Palestine’s name will remain in the heart of this courageous, revolting people and its cultural elite. Link also includes list of the intellectuals: http://wadiqratiya.w...-english-trans/
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