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About alisayyed

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  1. It is tomorrow. It is God on whom we all depend.
  2. Aleppo Chemical Attack The amount of efforts to please their masters by the international "Godi Media" (Lapdog) is cringeworthy, or sickening - Syria: Chemical attack by 'terrorists' sickens up to 100 - UPI.com, owned by Unification Church Do you remember if you read this kind of a headline for the previous false flags - Suspected Chemical Attack in Syria: What We Know and Don't Know - NYT, The Gray Satan No? No worries, it was only about "What we know" at that time - Syria war: What we know about Douma 'chemical attack' - BBC 11-Apr-18, the supposedly sophisticated propaganda bullhorn
  3. Is it a possibility that one of the main aims of the Ukrainian drama was to divert from the Syrian Chemical attack?
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    Are we allowed to do so?

    Making a laughing stock of themselves. Maybe these most religious ones will cut each other's hands for stealing, too.
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    Brazil Elections 2018

    The election has not received the due attention that it deserved in world news. Background - Potential favourite Lula D'Silva was banned from contesting using the state machinery through probable trumped-up charges of corruption. The current Pro-US/free market VP turned president Michel Temer performed so bad in his position that it was a forgone conclusion that he would lose tremendously in the election. The Brazilian population has been suffering from a devastating recession brought on by low commodity prices, one of their main sources of external earnings. Enter - Bolsonaro, right-wing, pro-US, pro-free market, with a tough guy image against crime. He got 46% in the 1st round. Fernando Haddad, Lula's rep. got 29%, Ciro, another leftist-centrist, got 12%.(Both equal 41%) The rest of the 13% votes were supposed to be the swing votes, which, opinion polls suggest, will go to Bolsonaro. Not taking any chances - Brazil's frontrunner Bolsonaro accused of 'fraud & fake news campaign' ahead of runoff Either of the result will bring a massive change in Latin American politics and by extension the world politics. However, it seems like an expected blow to the resistance forces is inevitable.
  6. I was just searching for Sudanese involvement in the war on yemen. Apparently, providing soldiers for cash is critical for their sanctions-hit economy. Devaluation of Sudan pound sends country in economic crisis - The report states that the Sudanese have withdrawn from yemen. However, Sudanese army commander denies withdrawing from Arab coalition Saudi Coalition sends Sudanese reinforcements to Hodeidah to intensify offensive
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    Post your majless

    https://www.youtube.com/user/AfghansCanada/videos - Sayyed Ammar http://wiseacademy.org/livestream/ - Hajj Hasanain Rajabali - Livestream 9 pm, Dearborn, MI time. (7 am/7.30 am Indo/Pak Time), https://www.youtube.com/user/WISELEARN1/videos - Recorded https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeyoSl5kuigNr59NpYnaVrg/videos - Moulana Sadiq Hasan and Moulana Ali Murtuza Zaidi
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    Maulana Syed Ehsan Haider is no more

    He had been delivering a number of lectures since the start of the month. I had the opportunity to listen to a part of his lecture on Sunday. His last episode on Win Islamic channel - He had suffered a heart attack. Apparently the hospital did not have doctors to attend to him, however, the other attendants did try to revive him. His age was 52 years.
  9. S.A. With great sorrow and a heavy heart, I am conveying the passing away of Maulana Ehsan Haider Jawadi S/o late renowned scholar Maulana Zeeshan Haider Jawadi. Maulana Ehsan was a regular on Win islam channel, particularly on Masael-e-Zindagi (roughly - issues/problems faced in life). May Allah SWT, give him the highest place in heaven for his contributions.
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    What can we do to help these people.

    SA, I was trying to find a site to donate a very modest amt but found it really difficult to pay in indian rupees. After much research I was able to find a charity which accepted payments through a master/visa debit card. Surprise surprise, it turned out to be a shia charity org- http://www.comfortaid.org/ While there are websites allowing to pay in dollars and other major currencies, I knew that my bank would not allow the foreign currency transfer, as I had earlier tried to do so for Taha funder and another website(for Somalia, I think). There is no doubt that there are poor shias who need our help, but the level of hardship faced by the rohingyas is extreme.
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    What are you Listening to?

    Standup - George carlin - "you are all diseased", and - "life is worth losing". Strong language warning.
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    $350 Billion deal- A muslim view

    Most of you must be aware of the recent $350 billion weapons deal between saudi and trump, out of which deals worth $110 billions will be with immediate effect. As expected the military-industrial-complex(hereafter referred to as MIC)-owned most of the mainstream media is jubilant. In the words of trump- "Tremendous investments in the United States. Hundreds of billions of dollars of investments into the United States and jobs, jobs, jobs." Disclaimer- Trump, like almost all US presidents is merely a puppet, with more strings than an actual puppet. So I dont consider him to be very relevant. But the statement shows what the MIC wants the people to focus on. The whole exercise is nothing but a continuation of the US-Saudi policy of transferring the wealth from West Asia to the West in return for maintaining the saudi kingdom in its supposedly dominating position. Hejaz- The residence of the faithful Hejaz was supposed to be a place of refuge. It holds much more religious significance for the muslims than it has political significance for the MIC, the Saudis and their ilk. It was, and still is, supposed to be a place where any muslim from across the world can come and start living. And settle, if they wish to do so. This CANNOT HAVE BEEN RESTRICTED. Mecca, Medina, Jeddah and all the other religious places belong to the muslims and cannot be at the whims and fancies of some clan. The natural wealth, too, in and around these areas are to belong to all the muslims. The rulers are supposed to be the custodians, not owners, as is currently the case. At the most, they can take what they need and not what they want. The trillions of dollars that they have extracted and squandered is wealth belonging to all the muslims who were driven out of these holy lands, who wished to settle there, but cannot due to the restrictions in place and the poor and the needy and the other deserving muslims across the world, who need to be bailed out. One can object that since Saudi Arabia is an "independent" country, they can run their affairs as they wish. They can spend and squander as they wish. They can purchase $10 trillions worth of weapons. They can completely stop immigrants. And they can throw out the shias and the non-compliant sunnis if they wish. They can dole out the crumbs to the Africans Muslims to fight their wars in Yemen and other places. My point is, Hejaz was never supposed to be a normal, usual, like any other country. It is a place with utmost religious significance for the muslims and the People of the book. It should have been a place of refuge for the poor and those driven out. A place for those looking for spiritual emancipation. For the ones looking who wished to visit the various houses of the towering figures islam- the Ahlul bayt and the righteous Sahaba. The center which redistributed wealth from the rich muslims to the poor. And not be the extractor of muslim wealth and squanderer of haq of the muslims. Not to help bolster one of the most evil and hardcore anti-islamic forces, the whole gamut of the MIC, including its dutiful media. Not to support of the unjust system of the petro-dollar hegemony. Not to bribe the poor and malnourished nations with money to fight their wars against other weak nations. Conclusion- The transfer of the haq of poor, needy and the deserving muslims and the money which otherwise could have been used to develop islamic cities, give citizenship to the refugees and any other muslim for that matter, create more STEM graduates among the muslims and the others and so on, is being used for an utter devastating effect. It is totally unfortunate, I and, i am sure that all the informed and religious muslims, are completely opposed to this initiative and wish that circumstances occur which will kill this deal. PS- The old timers will remember that in 2010, a weapons deal worth $60 billion was signed between the MIC spokesman Obama and the Saudis. It was a huge news back then and a great PR challenge for the MIC mouthpieces. So they focused on the 'iranian threat'. Now they have a buffoon as a president. They want to use it as an advantage. They want the people to think- He is a buffoon, so he does not know what he is doing, cant blame him, there is no one to blame and no need to do so. Focus on jobs, people (happy face).