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In the Name of God بسم الله


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  1. https://binbaz.org.sa/fatwas/20419/بيان-صلاة-الاستخارة
  2. brother, did you even watch this nonsensical video? The video is actually making fun of conspiracy theories.
  3. Parents are there to educate. It is important to give understanding to their children about the danger of mainstream thing (and its merits if it's not obvious). As long as parents are not implementing double standards, children won't disobey parents.
  4. I would never use smartphone, at least just use normal phone so they have no reason to beg for a smartphone.
  5. thanks for the bump!
  6. and now 2019, see what happened with JCPOA, armchair generals
  7. Has Noam Chomsky Been a Controlled Opposition? https://www.geopolitica.ru/en/article/has-noam-chomsky-been-controlled-opposition
  8. Even though I do agree with many of his views, I find it odd that he is free to speak anything he want & is a Professor Emeritus at MIT, the leading institution of the establishment. I can't say the same to Finkelstein as he lost his position at DePaul University & much less freedom to disseminate his views.
  9. interesting, any links regarding this theory? it partly answers why he got high position in the establishment and always getting the microphone... it would be better if you could supply us the chronology.
  10. Much of the problems we see in Iraq are from external ones. For Iraq to be independent country (in the sense of normal democratic country) is impossible. Iraq's position is very strategic, and so attracts foreign powers. Hoping foreign powers to stop meddling in Iraq, a region of strategic importance, is a daydream for now. After all the sorrows, I hope people of Iraq remain steadfast in waiting for Imam.
  11. And then the point of reforming current mainstream educational system as you suggested certainly is not the way.
  12. And you don't believe that it has resulted in experts being stuck in cacoons and enclaves ?
  13. Things I love from Iraq are certainly not their country, flags, border, nor the government & bureaucracies, or anything that is construction from the Imperialists. I love its strong society that has been long guided by the Imams. They have experienced the worst of the oppressive systems generation by generation but all failed. The only system that can grow naturally in this land is only the one from Imam Mahdi as the center of his governance will be there, not some construction by the oppressors.
  14. Certainly it will produce more philosopher that are also scientist, but is it realistic? I don't think it is doable even if one is the rector of a university. Considering university system is a deep-rooted establishment that is central to the very system that promotes the divergence between philosophy and science. There must be strong reasons why the establishments aren't going to go this route.
  15. How to produce philosophers who are also scientists, and more scientists who are also philosophers?
  16. The ones educated western style? Most of them just educated how to execute things in western (or westernized) environment. If they dare to seek other ways to live, they would lose their life support system, the ecosystem they lived in. For example, a western educated dentist can't do his job without supplies of technologies from the west. or a western educated scientist can't do the research without labs equipments, funding, or even institutions just for the directions of what to research.
  17. Well, my experience tells me it is not like this. True that many Iranians badmouth about Arabs. But it is not always the case, the opposite is also true. Many Iranian Persians I met & my friends, have respect for Arabs. As for why you didn't met Lebanese Arabs that look down on Persians, it is because they don't have many Persians in Lebanon to interact. If there were large number of Persians in Lebanon, I bet they would be looked down like those Palestinians. My experience living in many different regions and culture told me that when there are many races live together in a region, there are tendencies for some low-lifes in the region to draw racist conclusions because this phenomena exists in most of the world as low-lifes exist everywhere.
  18. If you want English subtitles, press the CC button.
  19. You are telling us that Persians are racists, but why you proved yourself as a racist by stating this? Why don't you say also that Arabs (or any other race) also have racism within their blood? It's fact that many of them also look down on other races.
  20. For English subtitles, please hit the CC button.
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