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In the Name of God بسم الله


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  1. Wow, how can you support romney or obama? Every four years there is a stupid fake election. there is no democracy in America. Every four years its the same ole [Edited Out]. Don't expect anything to change but the faces. The rigged game will stay the same.
  2. What you just said dosn't mean anything. lol aquire a comand of the english language please because I don't understand a word you just said..
  3. Be sure ti visit presstv.ir for news too. If we only hvae western sources we'll never know the other half of the story. Iran is doing what is best for their interests. syria is full of al qaeda terrorist gangs that are working to install a new regime.
  4. Alhamdulillah, let him rot in hell... Bandar Bush (Bandar Munafiq)
  5. Turkey is a Muslim nation so it shouldn't expect the support of forces that only know how to attack other muslim nations. The Turks need to wakw up and realize that they are not equals with other powers. God will cut them down to size one of these days...
  6. Everything in life is a test. If you're alive then you're being tested... It is as simple as that.
  7. They say this about all Grand Ayatollahs. Sistan is just one of them but they believe that the heads of all of these scholars will roll because they rejectr their yemani. I believe this movement is zionist in nature. Look at their symbol for the movement and you'll see its the zionist star.
  8. The wahabis have te same belief as the zionist christians. lol
  9. At some point or another we've heard things about dates for when something might happen and every time we have to remind people that they'll never know when something is going to happen. I'll say it here. YOU'LL NEVER KNO WHEN ANYTHING WILL BE.
  10. http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/08/07/254956/turkey-enters-kurdish-region-in-syria/ Tue Aug 7, 2012 1:6PM GMT 2 LAST UPDATE Turkish military forces have briefly crossed the border with a Kurdish region in Syria with the backing of armored vehicles and helicopters. More than 100 Turkish troops armed with thermal rockets and sophisticated weaponry on Tuesday entered the town of Cerablos in the Kurdish region of Kobani. The contingent of Turkish soldiers reportedly left for their bases after an hour. Meanwhile, Turkish media are reporting that about 40 Turkish troops have been detained inside Syria. A spokesman for the Kurdish militias in the border towns of Kobani and Efrin accused the Turkish forces of supplying arms and ammunition to insurgents fighting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s government. The Turkish foreign ministry has denied reports of cross-border incursion into Syria. Last week, the Turkish Army staged tank exercises in the Nusaybin district of Mardin province, just two kilometers away from the Syrian border. The NBC News also reported on July 31 that nearly two dozen MANPADs (man-portable air-defense systems) have been delivered to the insurgents in Syria by Turkey. Ankara’s intervention in Syria’s internal affairs has drawn criticism from Turkey’s opposition parties. The leader of the Republican People’s Party warned the government last month against dragging the country in the “Middle Eastern quagmire” by its aggressive stance against Syria.
  11. Behind closed doors we all have things to account for. it is Allah who judges. (salam)
  12. Allah will bring him to account. Turkey never stopped its oppression of its own shia population. Where ever the Shia are you will find them being oppressed but oppression will never keep us from loving and practicing our faith.
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