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  1. i post this topic because i am ashamed this guy gets invited to shia productions to give talks. i say boycott him!!!! he insult his grandfather. his grandfather was good man. he is bad grandson.

    i saw new article today where haydar khoei in big newspaper supports iraq war. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/jul/06/iraq-war-saddam-monster-chaos-britain-chilcot-report

    so today i remind people how he praised israel and tried to hide. internet archive has record of blog psoting. i copy and past with link here.


    There was no real outrage in July this year when the Iraqi President shook hands with the Israeli Defence Minister. In many parts of the world, a handshake between a President and Israeli Minister would be seen as nothing more than a formality, but bear in mind Iraq is located in a backward part of the world and so Talabani's office had to ‘justify’ the meeting with Barak so that backward people would not have a heart attack and drop dead. The excuse given by his office was that Talabani went to the Socialist International meeting in  Athens  as a leader of his PUK party, not as President. On paper  Iraq  is still at war with  Israel  but no one in  Baghdad  dared accuse the Iraqi President of treason. Some Islamist MP’s were angry but the reaction was nothing like we have seen with Alusi.

    When Mithal al-Alusi decided to attend a conference aimed at tackling terrorism in  Israel  the world came crashing down on his head. His immunity was stripped, he was banned from travelling and barred from attending sessions in parliament and to top it all off he was accused of being an Israeli agent.

    MP's are outraged because  Israel  is regarded as a "historic enemy". So let us talk history. Let us compare  Israel  with  Iran .

    In 1948  Israel  did not threaten  Iraq , but  Iraq  was the one that declared war on Israel . In 1982  Iraq  offered  Iran  an olive-branch, but  Iran  turned it down and was determined to drag the war for 6 more years. In 1991, despite  Israel  not being involved in the Gulf War,  Iraq  attacked  Israel  but  Israel  did not even retaliate. After the fall of Saddam  in 2003  Iraq  did not threaten  Iran , but  Iran has spent the last 5 years (and hundreds of millions of dollars) trying to destroy Iraq .  Israel ’s last hostile attack against  Iraq  was the 1981 air strike that destroyed Osirak, and that in itself should be seen as a favour to humanity.

    So which country has done more harm to  Iraq ?  Israel  or  Iran ?  Israel  has an impressive track record when it comes to fighting terrorism and  Iraq  can learn a lot from their experience.  Israel  is surrounded by enemies, like  Iraq  is today, but has managed to survive and prosper.

    The Iraqi parliament has ignored all the above and chosen to cling on to a 39-year old Ba'athist law and punish anyone who breaks it.

    Alusi is one man trying to help  Iraq  and is a thorn in the eyes of those who are trying to destroy  it . He took part in an international attempt to help rid this world of the cancer (terrorism) that has plagued  Iraq  and the region for over 1,000 years. Since after the birth of Islam till today this cancer has taken many shapes, forms and names, but it has been the Iraqi people that have always suffered.

    With Iranian agents and Arab mujahideen breeding like cockroaches in  Iraq  I am surprised Alusi has managed to make it this far in the first place. I salute Alusi for his courage. The sad reality is that  Iraq  is not ready for a man like him. In 20 years time someone like Alusi could be Prime Minister, but for now he is simply a maverick MP who refuses to follow everyone like sheep.



  2. 59 minutes ago, DigitalUmmah said:

    OP: saudi arabia didnt exist even a few 100 years ago, never mind 1400 years.

    lol u think i dont know about saudia arabia?


    Shia & sunni have always been more or less okay with each other down the years


    blame it all on iran why dont you.

    yes shias were butchered over the years because of iran and saudi. karbala was the fault of iran? mutwakkil was the fault of iran. banu abbas was the fault of saudi? nasibis ALWWAYS existed.

    what sort of fake matami are you? pretending nasabis never opressed shia.

    u ignore how nasabis have opressed shia for 14000 years?

    fake matami.


    he blames iran and saudi for shia sunni conflict. he says its got nothing to do with religions.  he says its not 1400 conflict but modern. yes right mr hssan it was the saudis who opressed shia ..... yeah nothing to do with banu umayah. abu baker, muawiyah, yazid, marwan, ibn taymiyah, ibn wahab ..... yeah they didnt have  a problem with shia ... they hated iran!!!!


    lanat on those who belittle oprerssion on ahlulbayt.


  4. admins dont move this topic. if u move it you are sexist cause u dont move games thread from bros forum. girls play games too.

    first i would like to say LANAT on all people who play GTA games. LANAT on their hands their feets theirs skins and noses. lanat on u until u repent u sinning losers.

    the lanatis who made gta games now making game about iran revolutions.




  5. dont get me wrong sister. i dont say men are same as women. i say women have desires like men but less or fewer women have them. some women go to hookups cause they want sex. u didnt answer why some women do mutah???? some women want good loking husband. some women drool over mans looks.

    i say ammar will attract enough women so he shuld not dress like that. if 10% women are like this then ammar is doing bad thing.

  6. sister i feel like ur generalizing all women to be  like you.

    see women in past did mutah for 3 days with prophets companions!!! today women go for hookups. women got sex desires and find men looks attractive.... but u know not all women are same. u are one type of woman but.... other women r not like you.  i told u about tube crush website. u see how women like celebs??? some women go for looks ... some dont

  7. ur right about women not so sexually aroused by men bodies ..... but there is some arousal no? even a little arousal ... the tubecrush site is proof the celebs women like is proof. my fiancee sat in his lec and didnt like it. saying women are not aroused by looks is like saying men not emotional.

    why so many women have one night stands if they not into looks???

    woman are more into their own looks and decoration etc girls in my family when they buy something they care about color and looks etc .....

  8. 3 minutes ago, ~ThePond~ said:

    Maybe it is because I live in Western society, but trust me, the last thing women should be doing is looking at his chest. Women should listen to his words. Trust me I know what immodest looks like, and that is not it. Anyway, if a woman does see a man with a shirt off or half naked she should look away, rather than comment about how immodest the man is.


    There is a reason why the only part of a man's aura is his private area. Most women are not "visual" lookers like men.

    fiancee is also west bought up like you. we are in usa. she told me when listening to ammar lecs she find it it distracting. wht u mean women are not visual??? women i see care more about looks and how things look. girls in my family alwatys say oh he looks good oh she looks good. they obsessed with looks. i neva say man looks good but they obsessed with looks... u heards of tubecrush site http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/04/fashion/tubecrushnet-and-subwaycrushnet.html?_r=0

  9. 6 minutes ago, ~ThePond~ said:

    I don't see any problem with his clothing. Men have to try really, really hard to appear "immodest." Women do not tend to look at men in a manner that some men may look at a woman for being dressed immodestly.  There's a reason why a man and a woman's aura is different. In terms of his hair, it's just a haircut, if he speaks haq then why does his hair matter? It's not like he is half naked proclaiming haq, he just has a haircut that Westerners may find more "fashionable."

    my finacee said women who says his clothes are not distracting are ... lieing because they want people to think they are religious and modest.

  10. please pin this fatwa.

    Can a girl procure a temporary marriage (mut'ah) without her fathers' consent?

    No! For instance, if a girl wants to have a temporary marriage and her reputation is at stake, according to the ruling , she must seek the permission of her father or her paternal grandfather. If this marriage is dangerous and harmful, it would not be permissible even if the father and the paternal grandfather grant her the permission.

    Islamic Rulings of Women - According to grand Ayatollah Sheikh Wahid Khorasani (ha)


  11. 20 minutes ago, FreeSpirit said:

    Erm, I think I know that men take advantage of women, but isn't this thread about mutah marriage, so why are you speaking so generally?  I don't have an issue with mutah marriages and if practiced properly, they can be a source of fulfillment and happiness.  I never put down mutah marriage, I was simply referring to a worrying trend that is, as the OP says, destroying families, and it is sadly more common than you think. 

    I am quite anti-muta ... i think marjas need to change rules.

    tell me sister whats the proper way to do muta??? if girl agree that man will leave .. after 3 days then whats the problems.... in shia religion?


    wht u say is proper way to muta?

    btw its sheikhs own words not mine.

  12. On Wednesday, December 02, 2015, shiaman14 said:


    Moreover, it was not a case that women waited around for men, then did anonymous muta and the men left the next morning. Before any battle, the arabs would recite long rijis about themselves and their ancestors to enhance their status. So you dont think they would do something similar or at least brag to the women about who they were.

    As far as single parent situation goes, the arab culture from 1,400 years ago was more communal. As a matter of fact, even the Prophet was sent to a wet-nurse (Hz Halima) for at least 2 years (I think) or more.

    You are trying to understand the Arab culture of 1,400 years ago in today's western terms - its not going to work. Its akin to having a conversation about how the arabs of 1,400 years ago parallel parked their camels.

    where are u getting this from? u making it up. they did muta not near the ... battle field. they did it in the towns...

    u reckon people didnt lie in the rijis? lol bro u think muta should be done after listing to rijis lol.

    bruv! wet nurses!! bruv wet nurses were temporary to help bring up babies. in this muta thing the children will not see their father. it not 2 year of wet nurse bruve. it growing up without father. be real dude.

  13. On Wednesday, December 02, 2015, BlackVeil said:

    In fact, in those tribal pre-industrial societies, people were often LESS anonymous than they are now. She might know very well, as soon as she heard his name, who is his tribe, his ancestry, his measure of wealth and prestige - or lack of it. 

    The women who agree to mutah in the circumstances are of a different sort to women looking for husbands to raise families. They are unlikely to become pregnant, as they may be unable to (it was often a measure taken by ladies in later life) or unwilling to (the practice of contraception was well understood by the Arabs, and always allowed in Islam.)

    Erm no. communities were more closer knit .. but we are talking about rasools army going far far away to strange women. they did muta far from home bruv. read the books bruv.

    bruv they didnt have good contarecption. wht u talking about??!!


    Salam alaikum wa rahmatullah,

    Doing mut'ah, but at what cost?

    I know some of my dear brothers and sisters will be upset with me when they read this, and others might say there are much more important things to speak about. Some might say that these things shouldnt be spoken about in public.

    You might be right, but there is an epidemic arising which is ripping families apart.

    Some of our brothers, many of which are married, are breaking world records.

    There are "bad" places that have some facilitators who know the formula off by heart, that's how many "Mut'ah" customers they get.

    Once upon a time when this was done people we discreet about it, and it was shunned upon because it was only used in certain cases.

    Now there are some who openly brag about it, and share their trophy experiences. Married couples are hitting rock bottom because Mr. Mut'ah Man wants to do his mustahabs.

    It is ironic that the one and only mustahab thing they know of, endorse and practice is mut'ah.

    What about the vulnerable girls who are manipulated and groomed into it, ruining her life and future, not to mention that in many cases it would not even be classified as halal.

    Some get their distorted information from wrong sources, and others wouldnt care less.

    The establishment of a Marriage and a Household is sacred and must be preserved at all costs. Do not desecrate it by pursuing your animalistic lusts that have no boundaries.

    Stop looking over the fence.

    Stop encouraging others to freely jump from girl to girl under the guise of it being 'halal'.

    Sisters need to be more alert, more diligent and more aware. This does not mean you become paranoid or have Su' al-Dhan, as that is also very bad.

    If you are single, keep your integrity and don't take any steps of committing to any relationship (temporary or permanent) without the complete knowledge and consent of your parents and family members.

    If you are married, be content and don't ruin the stability of your relationship.

    Control your sexual urges and lust by controlling your eyes and your thoughts.


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