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In the Name of God بسم الله

mohammad_ali

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  1. Asalaam Alaikum, You are either woefully ignorant or intentionally misleading, either way, you are wrong. First, your claim that quantum physics is different from nuclear physics is totally wrong. Quantum physics is a prerequisite for understanding nuclear science and engineering. Second, not only did the professor teach at Tehran University, but he also held positions at IPM, the most prestigous research center in Iran, and Malik Ashtar University, which is affiliated with the IRGC. In effect, he was training the next generation of Iranian nuclear scientists. The current administration be
  2. Asalaam Alaikum, I just watched the video clip the brother posted. I didn't see or hear a single instant where Ayatullah Khameini was equated with Imam Ali (as) in any attribute. Actually, what I saw was a comparison of the political environment that Imam Ali (as) experienced to what we see in Iran today. That's it!
  3. Asalaam Alaikum, Your comment is quite irrational. 1. Here is what you argued in your first statement: 1. During the occultation of Imam Mahdi (as), all governments will be unjust. 2. Iran has a government while Imam Mahdi (as) is in occultation. 3. Therefore, Iran's government is unjust. Since you are a self-proclaimed champion of justice, the only logical conclusion is to abolish all forms of governments in the name of justice. Is that really consistent with Islam? 2. In your second statement, you simply expressed your opinion and you are entitled to that.
  4. Thank you for sharing this article. I found the last paragraph to be helpful in determining the criteria for standing up to rebels.
  5. Asalaam Alaikum, This is the most illogical explanation I have yet to read of post-revolution Iran and the classification of political thought among Muslim nations. Quite frankly, the author fails to provide any evidence for the claims he/she makes. Rather, the author uses hollow words lifted from a western sociology or political textbook without any regard to the current context. I have noticed this theme consistently among the opponents of Wilayat-e-Faqih. They interpret all of the tenents of Wilayat-e-Faqih through the lenses of Western idealogies, and are surprised when it doesn't make
  6. I appreciate your posts brother. :D

    take care

    ma'salaam

  7. Asalaam Alaikum, I tried my best to go back and try to find posts by "shiasolder" asserting "that the IRI is God's heaven on earth." Unfortunately, I couldn't find any in this tread but let's for the sake of argument assume he/she did say that. While I can't speak on behalf of "shiasoldier", I can tell you that no rational Muslim actually believes that Heaven is located on earth. What he may have been implying is that the Islamic Republic of Iran is the closest model of an implementation of Allah (swt)'s laws on our planet. And over time, as people and their government follows Allah (sw
  8. Asalaam Alaikum, As I understand your comment, you are concerned that people who are attending pro-government rallies believe that everything is "dandy." I don't think anyone actually believes that. All governments have shortcomings. As long as the government and the people are moving in the right direction, all of these shortcomings will be overcome. These "pro-government" rallies are attended by people who are offended that some people are actually questioning the legitimacy of the institution of Wilayat-e-Faqih, the cornerstone of the Islamic Revolution. As far as those who are chanting
  9. Asalaam Alaikum, I think we would accomplish more if we focus on attacking the problem, rather than each other.
  10. Asalaam Alaikum, That's not even a logical statement. What are you saying? Those who believe in the institution of Wilayat-e-Faqih worship Iran instead of Allah (swt) ? Please clarify.
  11. Asalaam Alaikum, Thank you for pointing out these ridiculous stories. Mohsen Makhmalbaf, the famous film director living in France, is the primary advisory of Mousavi and the Green Movement. I've copied two recent news reports so that people become aware of the disinformation that is spreading. ------------------------------------------------------------ Here is one from Debka, an Israeli source of disinformation: EXPOSED: Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's secret, not so holy life DEBKA-Net-Weekly Exclusive Report December 30, 2009, 8:43 PM (GMT+02:00) Spiritual ruler Ayatollah Al Khamenei Spiritual
  12. Asalaam Alaikum, You seem to be repeating all the common misinformation. Sayyid Khamenei has never said, nor does the constitution state, that he is above criticism. On the contrary, he openly welcomes criticism. You can read about a recent incident here. The anti-Islamic countries refuse to recognize the positive aspects of the Wilayat-e-Faqih. Even though the article I linked clearly shows that Sayyid Khameini welcomes criticism, the editor, in his disbelieve, subtitles the article "Was it all a setup?" How can a person be so damn blind? The enemies of Islam continue to classify the i
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