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iraqi_shia

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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from TryHard in British Shi'ism Exposed | The Shirazis, "Imam" Taw   
    So you prefer someone uneducated in religion to govern the nation?
    I think we should not think of WF as a dictorship or one person rule, but rather a system, a meretricious system then ensures a safe successful state.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Hawza Lectures On Plato, Aristotle And Others?   
    I am desperately looking for those lectures, does anyone have a link?
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab in Who Is Ahmad Al Hassan?   
    If you honestly think that the shia are going to fall for this, you have no idea who we are.
    Go back to your masters and tell them its not working.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from TryHard in What are the causes of apostasy in our day and age?   
    I know ofsomeone who was having marital problems. So they went to a "peer", and purchased his best Islamic "marriage fixing" charm, and it strangely had no effect on their marriage. 

    She now has concluded that Islam simply doesnt work, she has tested its best lucky charm, and it did not fix her marriage, therefore Islam is false.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from TryHard in Wikileaks reveals US/Sayed khomeini links   
    You and spiritual are concerned about whether Aytollah Khomenei is working within an Islamic framework?
    Perhaps you should get your own houses in order before you start looking at people who have really put their talk into action and put their lives on the line for the love of Ahl Bayt AS.
    I think you said enough here, if you had any decency as a human being you would apologise and leave before you shame your self further.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from TryHard in Wikileaks reveals US/Sayed khomeini links   
    We can see their actions now with our eyes, we dont need a wiki leak to see what their agenda is.
    I find it quite hard to see how a Muslim, shia can think the way you do.  Im not sure if your just trolling for the attention or you genuinely think these ideas need to be explored.
     
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from TryHard in Wikileaks reveals US/Sayed khomeini links   
    Put your fake sympathy back in its box. Your agenda is obvious. 
    I feel dirty actually reading your posts.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from TryHard in Wikileaks reveals US/Sayed khomeini links   
    Its called politics and strategy. Imams AS dealt with their enemies and made deals etc. 
    The reality is , Aytallah Khomenei completed his mission, and because of that many of us are aware of Islam. I dread to think of our situation if he wasnt able to complete his plan.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from Gaius I. Caesar in Brahmins Fought For Imam Hussain In The Battle   
    if you believe things without proper evidence then you have no serious religion.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from srya in Bashar al Assad   
    He is a dictator and oppressor. However he is better than a western puppet or a wahabi head chopper.
    Many Muslims make this make of saying, I don’t support Assad because of x y and z. Ok, but what is the alternative? someone worse? 
    We have to be pragmatic and say, we need a safe and organised Syria, therefore we can pick the best available leader.  Most in the Syria conflict were tricked into thinking there is this magical perfect leader just waiting to come into power. Of course there is isnt.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from Diaz in Seriously Mohammed Hijab?!?   
    Not really.
    the whole wahabi world, Israel and the west wanted to crush Syria, Iraq , Lebanon and Iran, and they lost.
    The truth is not decided by numbers anyway. They can hit their head all day long, it wont change anything.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from AMR5 in Bashar al Assad   
    He is a dictator and oppressor. However he is better than a western puppet or a wahabi head chopper.
    Many Muslims make this make of saying, I don’t support Assad because of x y and z. Ok, but what is the alternative? someone worse? 
    We have to be pragmatic and say, we need a safe and organised Syria, therefore we can pick the best available leader.  Most in the Syria conflict were tricked into thinking there is this magical perfect leader just waiting to come into power. Of course there is isnt.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from AMR5 in Bashar al Assad   
    I disagree.
    We need to not cause our own destruction. If we let the isis take over, or a western puppet, then we could either be massacred or be in a dungeon.
    Hence why the Imams AS made deals with people like muawiya etc, not because they thought they were great, but the alternative would be worse.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Bashar al Assad   
    He is a dictator and oppressor. However he is better than a western puppet or a wahabi head chopper.
    Many Muslims make this make of saying, I don’t support Assad because of x y and z. Ok, but what is the alternative? someone worse? 
    We have to be pragmatic and say, we need a safe and organised Syria, therefore we can pick the best available leader.  Most in the Syria conflict were tricked into thinking there is this magical perfect leader just waiting to come into power. Of course there is isnt.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Seriously Mohammed Hijab?!?   
    Not really.
    the whole wahabi world, Israel and the west wanted to crush Syria, Iraq , Lebanon and Iran, and they lost.
    The truth is not decided by numbers anyway. They can hit their head all day long, it wont change anything.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from OrthodoxTruth in Seriously Mohammed Hijab?!?   
    Not really.
    the whole wahabi world, Israel and the west wanted to crush Syria, Iraq , Lebanon and Iran, and they lost.
    The truth is not decided by numbers anyway. They can hit their head all day long, it wont change anything.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from Lebanese313 in Seriously Mohammed Hijab?!?   
    Not really.
    the whole wahabi world, Israel and the west wanted to crush Syria, Iraq , Lebanon and Iran, and they lost.
    The truth is not decided by numbers anyway. They can hit their head all day long, it wont change anything.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Seriously Mohammed Hijab?!?   
    Not really.
    the whole wahabi world, Israel and the west wanted to crush Syria, Iraq , Lebanon and Iran, and they lost.
    The truth is not decided by numbers anyway. They can hit their head all day long, it wont change anything.
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Shia friendly translations of the Qur'an   
    This maybe useful for you : 
     
    https://www.medinaminds.com/tafsir/
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from AStruggler in Can some people see angels and jinns?   
    Thats very speculative.
    For someone who claims to be a quranist, can you show us how you possibly reached these views from the Qur'an?
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Can some people see angels and jinns?   
    Thats very speculative.
    For someone who claims to be a quranist, can you show us how you possibly reached these views from the Qur'an?
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from haideriam in Can Gradings Of Muhaditheen Be Trusted If They Believed In Tahrif   
    Im not so sure about that.
    In Ayatollah Khoie book of al bayan fee tasfisr al Qur'an, he has several chapters on this issue. He points out that the 7 letters, ahruf, is a Sunni concept which we do not find in our reports. He points out several instances where the Imams AS corrected people speech or reciting the Qur'an. 
    The view that the Qur'an was revealed in more than oe form, is flatly rejected by Ayatollah Khoie, and he presents so much evidence, that it is really beyond doubt. 
    The view that it was changed, is certainly true to a point, however, the change is in two forms, abrogation, eg intentional and the second is in meaning, eg people have been mislead by hadith that such and such a verse was revealed about such a situation.
     
     
     
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from SirajDin in Can Gradings Of Muhaditheen Be Trusted If They Believed In Tahrif   
    Im not so sure about that.
    In Ayatollah Khoie book of al bayan fee tasfisr al Qur'an, he has several chapters on this issue. He points out that the 7 letters, ahruf, is a Sunni concept which we do not find in our reports. He points out several instances where the Imams AS corrected people speech or reciting the Qur'an. 
    The view that the Qur'an was revealed in more than oe form, is flatly rejected by Ayatollah Khoie, and he presents so much evidence, that it is really beyond doubt. 
    The view that it was changed, is certainly true to a point, however, the change is in two forms, abrogation, eg intentional and the second is in meaning, eg people have been mislead by hadith that such and such a verse was revealed about such a situation.
     
     
     
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    iraqi_shia got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Can Gradings Of Muhaditheen Be Trusted If They Believed In Tahrif   
    Im not so sure about that.
    In Ayatollah Khoie book of al bayan fee tasfisr al Qur'an, he has several chapters on this issue. He points out that the 7 letters, ahruf, is a Sunni concept which we do not find in our reports. He points out several instances where the Imams AS corrected people speech or reciting the Qur'an. 
    The view that the Qur'an was revealed in more than oe form, is flatly rejected by Ayatollah Khoie, and he presents so much evidence, that it is really beyond doubt. 
    The view that it was changed, is certainly true to a point, however, the change is in two forms, abrogation, eg intentional and the second is in meaning, eg people have been mislead by hadith that such and such a verse was revealed about such a situation.
     
     
     
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    iraqi_shia reacted to Haydar Husayn in Common logical fallacies   
    I've been thinking for a while of creating a thread on common logical fallacies, with a focus (at least initially) on ones that you see a lot of in debates on ShiaChat. Most of my examples will be taken from debates I've been involved in, and so naturally will appear biased against certain positions. However, this doesn't always mean those positions are themselves necessarily faulty, just that the arguments in their favour are. I'm making this thread as much for myself as anyone else, so that we can all reflect on the arguments we use in debate, and try to raise our level insha'Allah.
    To save myself time, I'm just going to give the Wikipedia definition of the fallacy, along with my own examples. For further details on the fallacies, read the Wikipedia page, or search on Google. I will also try to avoid posting too many in one post, since it makes it less likely that anyone will read it.
    To start with, here is a definition of what a logical fallacy is:
    In this post, I'll restrict myself to three very common examples, with many more to come insha'Allah.
     
    Extremely common on here, for obvious reasons. Most commonly you will see one side present evidence in favour of their position from logic and textual sources. Initially the other side will try to fight fire with fire, only to realise things are not going well, so they fall back on 'Well, it doesn't matter what some e-scholar on the internet says, these scholars agree with me'.
     
     
    Sadly, perhaps the most common logical fallacy on ShiaChat. You see it in pretty much any debate where someone is defending a minority position in a sensitive topic. Often involves calling the other person a Wahhabi, Nasibi, and/or CIA/MI5/Mossad agent, rather than dealing with the arguments they are making.
     
     
    Happens so often that it's hard to choose just one example. I think the following explanation given on wikipedia are sufficient to give everyone a good impression of how common this fallacy is though:
     
     
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