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  1. SUPPORT IDP'S in Yemen - Donate a simple amount of 20$ and help a family. Click here to donate With a single intent and single goal, and idea was born. An idea to somehow go around the current Blockade on Yemen and help people who are displaced by war. Armed with relentless passion and the ability to focus on helping others the #20ForYemen project was started on Twitter. The Project Spirit The basic idea was to collect funds and send them to Yemen to have one of the project members buy food locally and distribute it. This was the only way to beat the blockade which is in place.This idea has proven to be successful and we have so far managed to feed 300 Internally Displaced Families. Much more needs to be done. By Giving a simple amount of 20$ By giving a simple amount of only 20$ you are helping a whole family for one month! For each 20$ we can buy: 25 kg wheat 5 kg rice 5 kg sugar 2L cooking oil What has been done so far? In as little as 10 days Twitter responded and we raised $4200 enough to feed almost 150 families. The food has been distributed. (See pictures) We are already buying food for another 100 Families. What do you get? What is better than the satisfaction of helping a family in dire need? There are only two ways to live a pleasant life, either in someone’s heart or in someone’s prayer. In this case you get both! We like quotes! The Money You Donate Every penny we receive from the donors goes to buy food for Internally displaced families As for last time, we bought 149 bags each one contained: 25 Kg wheat, 5 kg sugar, 5 kg rice and 2L of cooking oil. The total price was 845820 YR which is equal to 2500$. Transport costs from Sanaa (Capital of Yemen) to Harf Safyan (The Area where the food was given) costed 62000 YR which is equal to 180$. Wait... What Is Happening to Yemen? Saudi Arabia together with a coalition of nine Arab states, began carrying out in-discriminant airstrikes in Yemen on 25 March 2015 and at the same time a blockade was placed on Yemen so at the moment nothing can go in, not even basic supplies! Some UN stats: According to UNOCHA, this is the latest situation report on Yemen, published 30. June 2015: The Project founder is Fatik Abdullah Al Rodaini. He is 36 Years Old and he lives in Sanaa, Yemen. Fatik is a Journalist and an Human Rights Activist in Yemen. Follow him on twitter here: https://twitter.com/Fatikr Fatik Al Rodaini's charity fund MONA does all the work on the ground in Yemen. Cant Donate? That's Okay.. Raise Awareness! Not everybody can donate, but everybody can make a difference - it doesn't always have to be money, you can raise awareness by using the twitter hashtag: #20foryemen to raise awareness about this campaign. Share it with family and friends and help spread the message! Last WordsThis concept comes to fruition with the aim that every human being should be able to live with dignity without having to worry about the very basic right of sustenance. Please give generously because the only way to live a pleasant life is either in someone's heart or someone's Prayer. and in this case you get both! DONATE HERE Concerned about the reliabaility of this Campaign? Please send me a PM and let me send you full documentation.
  2. The link shows how a saudi joined ISIS and he flew away from there. http://nytlive.nytimes.com/womenintheworld/2015/07/15/saudi-man-explains-why-he-joined-isis-and-then-fled-the-terror-group/ Any comments on it? Regards
  3. Wounded Nusra terrorists killed by angry Druze community in Israel to avenge the massacre of Druze community in Syria. Syrian terrorists' link to Israel badly exposed. Now, let me see if those Takfiris on this forum who denied Syrian rebels-Zionists links are still reading this from their own sources everywhere? Aarabiya: http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2015/06/23/Wounded-Syrian-killed-as-Druze-attack-Israeli-ambulance-Police.html
  4. :lol: :rolleyes: :lol: The union of Zionists and Khawarij, after Syria now the two brutal movements are going to befriend each other in Gaza! Feel sorry-- for those who were so naive to express their support for such groups (no matter what) because these groups were oppressed and were confronting Zionists and caring for Quds... so now, I hope the case is closed. ---------------------------------- Israel's secret cooperation with Hamas Link: http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4650733,00.html
  5. Yemen's Houthis Reject Government Move to Quell Protests Reuters--September 02, 2014 4:19 PM--SANA'A Yemen's president dismissed his government on Tuesday, proposed a national unity administration and suggested reinstating fuel subsidies, government sources said, in moves to quell weeks of unrest by a rebel movement. But the Houthis, a Shi'ite Muslim group that had massed tens of thousands of supporters in the capital Sana'a with camps set up near the Interior Ministry, rejected the compromise proposals by President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi. The impasse raises fears of worsening instability in Yemen, an impoverished Arabian Peninsula state bordering oil exporting power Saudi Arabia, and which is also struggling with a stubborn al-Qaida insurgency and southern secessionists. The Houthis, who are demanding that the government resign and subsidies be fully restored, have been fighting for years for more power for their Zaydi sect in north Yemen. Government sources told Reuters that Hadi had dismissed his government, suggested a national unity administration and planned to reduce petrol and diesel prices by 30 percent to offset unpopular cuts to fuel subsidies, which had drained Yemeni coffers but buoyed impoverished citizens. A government source said implementation of the initiative depended on the Houthis' acceptance. Mohammed Abdulsalam, a spokesman for Houthi leader Abdulmalek al-Houthi, said in a statement on his Facebook page, “We do not agree to it. Our position is still that we [stand] by the Yemeni people who have gone out in a blessed popular revolution to demand their legitimate and just rights.” A member of the Houthis' political bureau, Abdel Malik al-Hijri, told Reuters “What was demanded was a cancelation of the fuel price rise, and the lowering which was announced today represents nothing.” With the Houthis' rejection, it is unclear what the government's next move will be. However, Hadi, in a speech before the meeting where the proposal was signed, suggested his patience was running out. “I affirm that I will deal decisively with all attempts to shake security and carry out division,” he said in remarks on the state Saba news agency. Insecurity and political turmoil have mounted in Yemen since Arab spring protests ousted veteran autocrat Ali Abdullah Saleh in 2011 and Hadi took his place in a complex deal mediated by the United Nations, Gulf neighbors and the United States. The United States and Saudi Arabia were alarmed by the rapid growth of al-Qaida in Yemen in the disorder created by the anti-Saleh uprising and are keen to avoid a spread into the majority Sunni Muslim state of sectarian bloodshed plaguing other regions of the Middle East. In a copy of Hadi's initiative seen by Reuters, the president plans a minimum wage rise and the allotment of ministerial posts to the Houthis and other constituencies while retaining the right to the weightiest portfolios of finance, foreign affairs, defense and the interior.
  6. http://www.presstv.com/detail/2013/11/15/334856/militants-kills-seven-shias-in-pakistan/ Pro-Taliban militants have attacked a religious gathering in the Pakistani city of Rawalpindi, killing at least eight Shia Muslims and injuring several others, security sources say. The violence broke out as Shia Muslim mourners massed to commemorate the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (Peace Be Upon Him), grandson of Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him).
  7. Too late, the sponsors of ideology find they have made a monster Having spent billions, the Wahhabists of Saudi Arabia and Qatar are finding that money can't buy loyalty It seemed like a good idea at the time. Thanks to the immediacy of television, innocent civilians in Syria were writhing from gas attacks before our eyes, with the blame laid on their own government. Yet despite a red line having been crossed by this use of chemical weapons, the international community decided against air strikes on the Assad regime. Instead we encouraged two oil-rich Arab states, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, to continue arming rebel groups to oust the ruthless dictator in Damascus. Now, thanks to those weapons, one of the groups has grown into the Frankenstein's monster of the so-called Islamic State whose brutal fighters have swept through Syria and Iraq, crucifying and beheading like a deadly inhuman tide. Saudi Arabia has been a major source of financing to rebel and terrorist organisations since the 1970s, thanks to the amount it has spent on spreading its puritan version of Islam, developed by Mohammed Abdul Wahhab in the 18th century. The US State Department has estimated that over the past four decades Riyadh has invested more than $10bn (£6bn) into charitable foundations in an attempt to replace mainstream Sunni Islam with the harsh intolerance of its Wahhabism. EU intelligence experts estimate that 15 to 20 per cent of this has been diverted to al-Qa'ida and other violent jihadists. The only other official Wahhabi country is Saudi's Gulf neighbour Qatar, which is, per capita, the richest country in the world. It likes to paint itself as a more liberal and open version of the Muslim sect. Its newest and biggest mosque is named after Wahhab, but this is the fun, football-loving version. The Qataris are Barcelona's shirt sponsors, the owners of Paris St-Germain and, albeit amid allegations of dodgy financial footwork, will host the 2022 World Cup – to which, to the horror of their Saudi neighbours, women will be admitted. In Qatar, unlike Saudi, women are allowed to drive and travel alone. Westerners can eat pork and drink alcohol. There is no religious police force or powerful class of clerics to enforce morality. Qatar's Al Jazeera television network stands in contrast with the region's state-controlled media, and the Qataris are investing in the West, including the Shard, Harrods and big chunks of Sainsbury's and the London Stock Exchange. But that is not the crucial difference. Where the Saudis tend to support restrictive strong-man regimes like their own across the Arab world, the Qataris, throughout the Arab Spring, have backed grassroots Islamists such as the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. The tiny country has given $200m to Hamas, which is constantly firing low-grade rockets from Gaza into Israel. It is more open-minded towards the Shia Muslims of Iran and Hezbollah in Lebanon, whom the Saudis see as enemies. It even has good relations with the Taliban. And it has been the biggest funder of the Syrian rebels, with sources in Doha estimating it has spent as much as $3bn in Syria alone – 70 military cargo flights were sent in the past two years – in an attempt to develop networks of loyalty among rebels and set the stage for Qatari influence in a post-Assad era. Riyadh sees its tiny neighbour – "300 people and a TV channel", as one Saudi prince dismissively said – as a troublesome and dangerous gadfly. The result of all this is that Qatar and Saudi have channelled funds, arms and salaries to different groups in Syria. Until last year they were creating rival military alliances and structures. But their efforts at discrimination have been in vain. On the ground the rebel groups have been porous, with personnel switching to whichever was the best supplied. Fighters grew their beards or shaved them off to fit the ideology of the latest supplier. Many moved to whichever group was having most success on the battlefield. Key Qataris and Saudis felt it didn't matter as long as the result was the fall of Assad. But eventually two of the most extreme groups began to dominate, and eventually one of them, Jabhat al-Nusra, lost dominance to the other, Isis – the ruthless and potent force which has declared itself the Islamic State. Only towards the end have the funders realised the error of their strategy. The Qatar government has stemmed the flow of funds. At first it believed it could change the ideology of those it funded once the war against Assad was over. But now it realises it was creating a sleeping monster, as the Saudis had done when they financed the Taliban to fight the Soviets in the 1980s. In April, the Saudis sacked the head of their intelligence services, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, who had been responsible for the details of arming the Syrian rebels. His blunders led to the massive empowerment of the kind of grassroots Islamism which is the greatest threat to the Saudi claim to be the leader of global Islam because of its vast wealth and its custodianship of the holy city of Mecca. They have left it too late. The genie is out of the bottle. Some funds continue to flow from wealthy Qatari individuals and from conservative Saudi preachers collecting funds through their television shows. But the terrorists of the Islamic State, who were earning $8m a month from a Syrian gas field where they have established robust logistical lines, have added a further $1m a day from the half dozen Iraqi oilfields they have seized. Worse still, the conflict in Iraq has solidified into religiously defined ethnic identity lines. As Washington has now realised, the Islamic State will have to be stopped militarily. But real progress to re-civilise the cradle of civilisation which was Mesopotamia will require countries such as Saudi Arabia and Qatar – as well as the West, Iran, Israel and Syria – to make some hard decisions about the hierarchy of evil and where their greatest enemy lies. http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/too-late-the-sponsors-of-ideology-find-they-have-made-a-monster-9687723.html
  8. News confirmed: Paki Army exporting Armaments and Salafi Shia killers to Syria. Worst part, its going to line the pockets of a few generals and a few political families and would not have any triclle down economic benefit to the cursed land of mass called Pakistan. http://www.dw.de/is-pakistan-aiding-syrian-rebels/a-17528187 http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/islamabad/01-Apr-2014/senate-concerned-over-change-in-policy-on-syria http://www.nation.com.pk/national/31-Mar-2014/arms-supply-to-syrian-rebels-to-damage-pakistan-more-us-expert http://www.brecorder.com/general-news/172/1168385/ There are unconfirmed reports circulating around Islamabad inner circles on almost 100,000 Paki Salafi terrorists being exported to Syria, Iraq, and Yemen to create more destabilization in Shia dominated regions. I wonder when would the payback hit the GCC nations? September 2014 maybe?
  9. BEIRUT - Government forces backed by Hezbollah fighters took full control of the Syrian town of Yabroud on Sunday after driving out rebel fighters, state media said, helping President Bashar Assad to secure the land route linking the capital Damascus to the former commercial hub of Aleppo and the Mediterranean coast. The fall of Yabroud, the last rebel bastion near the Lebanese border, would also choke off a vital insurgent supply line from Lebanon and consolidate government control over a swathe of territory from Damascus to the central city of Homs. Source : http://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Assad-and-Hezbollah-gain-control-of-Lebanon-border-choke-off-supply-line-to-rebels-345490
  10. So the terror export deal is sealed. Pakis sold it cheap this time. Paki government recently received the 1st installment of the $3 billon deal with Saudi government to ship battle hardened Takfiri Talibans to Syria. The terror man power will be shipped along with the paki made anti-tank and anti-air launch pads. Although a very bad news for Syrians and resistance there but also a sure shot doom and gloom for Pakistan too as the blow back would reach Pakistan this time which is already sandwiched between three of the BRIIC nations. Would Syria be able to counter this new waves of trained fighters? How far the Paki terror exports would take the Syrian 'revolution'? Of late these Paki Takfiris have been slaughtering defenseless men, women, and children; how would they fare against the revved up Syrian Arab Army and it's Shia allies? Would Pakistan be able to counter the anti-takfiri political forces with deep pocket allies in its immediate neighbors? Would Pakistan become the new Syria with Takfiris on the receiving end? http://www.ibtimes.com/sunni-side-saudi-arabia-seeking-acquire-arms-pakistan-supply-syrian-rebels-1557572 http://www.voanews.com/content/saudi-pakistan-military-ties-getting-stronger/1855116.html http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/03/13/us-pakistan-saudi-idUSBREA2C13G20140313
  11. Muslim Brotherhood is a terrorist group, says Saudi Arabia Statement on Saudi TV also lists Nusra Front and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isis) as terrorist organisations Saudi Arabia has formally designated the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group in an official report on Saudi television. Citing a statement by the interior ministry, the report added that the Nusra Front and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isis) – whose fighters are battling the Syrian president, Bashar al-Assad – were also classed as terror organisations. The move on Friday appeared to enforce last month's royal decree in which Riyadh said it would jail any citizen guilty of fighting in conflicts overseas for up to 20 years. The authorities want to deter Saudis from joining rebels in Syria, fearing they could pose a security risk when they return. Riyadh says the Brotherhood – whose Sunni doctrines challenge the Saudi principle of dynastic rule – has tried to build support inside the kingdom since the Arab spring uprisings across the Middle East and north Africa. In Egypt, the Brotherhood, which won every election following the toppling of Hosni Mubarak in 2011, has been driven underground since the army deposed President Mohamed Morsi – a longtime member of the group, which also endured repression under the Mubarak regime. The army-backed government in Cairo designated the Brotherhood as a terrorist organisation in December after accusing the group of carrying out a suicide bombing at a police station that killed 16 people. The Brotherhood condemned that attack and denies using violence. Saudi Arabia's Islamic religious authorities have previously spoken out against Saudi fighters going to Syria. The interior ministry estimates that around 1,200 Saudis have gone there nonetheless. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/mar/07/muslim-brotherhood-declared-terrorist-saudi-arabia
  12. So the House of Saud is stockpiling weapons. Check. Saudi Arabia's Prince Bandar bin Sultan, financing/weaponizing his growing army of mercenaries in the Levant. Check. And the House of Saud is up to something with its ally Pakistan. Check. The House of Saud is trying to amass as many Pakistani "advisers" as possible to train its paid goons in Syria. The official Pakistani non-denial denial is that they won't be sending their army to Syria. But in a remix of Afghanistan during the 1980s jihad, a bunch of seasoned "advisers" will more than suffice. Former paki spy chief was recently given a key job at Saudi "health ministry"! Until recently, every leadership of every hardcore Islamist gang on the planet shared three traits: they studied in Saudi Arabia; they were financed by Saudi sources (public or private); and they reached their "maturity" in Afghanistan. Now with Syria, the jihadi landscape is getting more diversified. http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/MID-03-210214.html http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-13-28614-Pak-Saudi-defence-cooperation-agreed Comments!
  13. Cat is out of the bag. USA is mulling over paying salaries to Al-Qaeda terrorists in Syria. USA is also allowing Saudis to ship manpads, the shoulder fired anti-aircraft weapons to 'selected' rebels. So this is the rewind of full scale Afghan war of the 1980s. Too bad we don't have the new age John Rambos to cast in hollywood movies for the "mo-ja-hay-deens". Some interesting parallels and a few questions: 1. Turkey playing Pakistan of 1980s. Is Turkey ready to be the Pakistan of 2014s? 2. Suadis playing again what Suaids played in 1980s. Would Saudi Arabia remain "Saudi" Arabia once things go off balance? 3. Can regional minions aka Jordan and UAE take the blowback of open support to the evil forces of Takfiris? Again Pakistan of 2014s come to mind. 4. What will happen to the 'entity' across Jordan river? Isn't Syria too close to take the risk? Are NY bankers suddenly too risk averse? http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/19/opinion/what-next-for-syria.html?hp&rref=opinion http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/middle_east/syria-rebels-reorganize-push-for-arms/2014/02/18/fb313546-98d9-11e3-b1de-e666d78c3937_story.html http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/18/world/middleeast/russia-is-scolded-as-us-weighs-syria-options.html
  14. 1. Unchecked growth of Salafism in Syria which exploded into what Syria is today 2. Unchecked Salafism in Lebanon which is causing monthly attack on iranian interests in Lebanon 3. Loss of Iranian embassy in Afghanistan a few years back and rise of Taliban again 4. Iraq which has become literally a play yard for Salafis 5. Various Drug cartels using Iran as a conduit, 6. Routine killing of Iranian border guards at the hands of ragtag Saudi sponsored Baluchi Salafis.... 7. ... And the list goes on and on IRI's pre-emptive security apparatus seems to be utterly incompetent. Even Uganda secures its out of borders interests better than Iran. Somebody needs to look into this kiss-axx culture of IRI's bureaucracy and work on these incompetencies. Is the Wali Faqih watching this or are they even duping him too with the all rosy picture? And now this: http://presstv.com/detail/2014/01/05/343876/saudi-terrorists-death-suspicious/ How could any country allow such a big fish, tantamount of Mulla Umer in Afghanistan, to be so easily slipped away to the grave without having him share some of the secrets.
  15. Bism Ilaah Arahman alraheem Allahoma sali ala Mohammed waali Mohammed PBUT The video below documents the tragedy of Al-baqi cemetery. I hope that we will live the day in which we see these tombs re-built and get the respect and the attention they deserve. Allahoma aajil liwalyika alfaraj https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bfj97uvxb7U
  16. Warning *** Violent Video*** A Saudi beating the back out of this expat worker: http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/31/world/meast/saudi-arabia-beating-video/index.html?hpt=hp_bn2 Maybe the Saudi wife invited the worker home to make him Mahrem this way: http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2575674/posts
  17. I've seen many false gods prevalent among Muslims. Just a warning in case your heart inflicts from one: Some prevalent gods of Sunnis/Wahabis: 1. Hatred of Shias 2. Shirk -as if it's more important to find shirk in everything than to find the work of Allah swt 3. Sahabas - as if these early believers were more important than the prophet himself 4. Saudis - as if an occupying family of thieves are always right and to be followed just because they manage Makkah and Madina Some prevalent gods of Shias: 1. Unity with Sunnis - as if unity is more important than the religious principals themselves 2. Tabarra - although an article of faith according to Quran but for some it becomes more important than the faith itself 3. Azadari - as if it's not the part but the whole of Islam - for some Aza of Imam Hussain becomes more important than following the Prophet and Imam Hussain
  18. Sorry about the sizzling title. But given the multi pronged war for the control of Middle East and South, Central, and East Asia, by inflaming a Catholic-Protestant like civil war between Shia and Sunni, do not be surprised if you wake up one morning and hear these two headlines blaring on your TV screens: A huge nuclear explosion in one of the suburbs of Damascus killing a few hundred thousand Syrians all at once. SIMULTANEOUSLY Intelligence Agencies good at framing nations and hostile regimes "reporting" a nuclear warhead stolen from Pakistan's arsenal. There are already reports in media suggesting this happening in near future. 1. A new memo issued by certain western agencies focusing on Pakistan's nuclear file again, insisting they have no count of exact number of Pakistani warheads. 2. An open threat of Syrian Takfiri insurgents using any kinds of weapons they could get their hands on. This video came out yesterday. 3. Reports of Saudis attempting to purchase a few Pakistani nuclear warhead in response to false flag Iranian centrifuges going above 20% level. Google it, reports are already out there. 4. An absolute defeat of Syrian terror mongers fast approaching predicted by their handlers in West. 5. Allies of Syrian regime waiting with a baited breath to punish Israel for any attack from Mediterranean Sea. Israelis frightened and cornered could do anything in response given their regime really doesn't care much about collateral damage to their own citizens in an event of a mushroom cloud.
  19. Why is that for past decade or so, Israeli and Saudi interests in ME and in the global politics almost always align with each other? Does it mean Saudis and Israelis are natural allies? Why don't they start a formal diplomatic relationships between Saudis and Israelis and consider each other the Most Favored Nation? They have exactly the same stance on Palestine, Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon. Both complement each other in investing money in US media to buy American goodwill, both have powerful lobbies supporting each other and their own causes in Washington, both countries intelligence agencies act like twin sisters when it comes to ME and the outside world. A recent example is they both are equally mad and concerned about the beginning of US and Iran establishment of relations. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/29/world/middleeast/israel-and-others-in-mideast-view-overtures-of-us-and-iran-with-suspicion.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0
  20. "International investors from the U.S., Europe and Asia are betting that sanctions will be lifted sooner rather than later, and many think Iran is the Next Big Thing: an underdeveloped, oil and gas-rich country that -- with foreign money and expertise -- will generate profits on an epic scale. They're getting ready to plunge in." The rest are details. What set the stage for all this though was the Great Retreat on Syria. The gigantic events which unfolded in front of our eyes in the month of September 2013 created a whole lot of winners and losers. Winners: 1. Syrian Regime - Got rid of 'good for nothing' CW at UN's expense. Bought time to crush the Suadi led insurgency. Regime will remain intact. 2. Syrian People - Will first time taste some semblance of democracy. Regime will offer sweeter governing deals to citizens making it a citizen inclusive government from the 2014 elections forward. 3. Russia - Managed to regain some of its lost place in international politics and has become relevant again. 4. Iran - Gained respect and legitimacy as a pivotal Middle Eastern player. Can't be ignored or sidelined from here on. "Supremacy of Iran" what the dictator Shah of Iran dreamed as only a political slogan would finally come to fruition at the hands of People's Government of Iran lead by WeF. 5. USA - Being in North American continent gives you some advantages. One of those is, if you play both sides right, you could come out with some gains in every situation. For everybody else, that includes Iran, Russia, China, Turks,and Saudi sphere, it was Win-Lose game. For USA it was a Win-Win game no matter how the events turned out in Syria. Losers: 1. Israel - It will be all too evident what Israel lost in Syria. The loss is beyond the borders of ME and the 'gift keeps giving' till North America. Left wing Liberal Jewish are definitely coming out as winners at the expense of crazy psychopath superiority complexed but immensely fearful right wing. 2. Saudis - Takfiri Saudi evil alliance is soon to be abandoned by big powers (another 3-4 decades don't mean much in the game of worlds). Saudi financed Wahabism as we know it would get a serious beating soon, almost like Star-Wars scenario when the forces of evil just vanish in the end. 3. War Profiteers - USA, UK, French war mongers have not been handed such an immense defeat in past 2 decades. Not to mention, they are planning to resurface themselves in African conflicts, but ME for now will be spared. Smart countries and nations would start aligning their interest now seeing the new direction of the world. Old world losers will remain stagnant holding their proverbial baggage.
  21. Here's a rare footage of Iranian military advisors in Syrian conflict. True or not but seems like this war is not-winnable for Wahhabis anymore. http://thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/09/15/video-offers-glimpse-of-syrias-war-through-the-eyes-of-iranian-military-advisers/?_r=0 Here's the news of Israelis fighting on the side of Takfiris from Israeli media. http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/172034
  22. Salam, I urge you to read this news: http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2013/09/22/open-season-on-christians/ See how the writer shows three different countries having major violence on Christians. Notice how powerful this message becomes. Now take us lousy Shias. Unlike our Christian brethren (who face this violence every once in a while), we SHIA Muslims face this violence in Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, Syria, Afghanistan, Bahrain, Malaysia daily. Literally daily.... Daily, every day, yes all 365 days of the year, there are more than 100 SHIA Muslims are killed, maimed, or injured at the hands of Wahabi-Saudi terrorists the world over. .... And you dont see one single concentrated news showing this. Not one single news gets this kind of message out. Not one. Why?????? Side note: Shia Muslims and Christians; living in Sunni Muslim dominated countries have a great chance to actively unite against the Sunni-Wahabi-Saudi alliance of beastly terrorists. This has already happened in Lebanon and is happening in Syria. We need to replicate the Shia Muslim and Christian alliance model in Pakistan, Egypt, Malaysia, Indonesia, Turkey and in other Sunni countries. Just hope that Christain Right wing don't use these events to break the Shia Muslims and Christians alliance.
  23. Anybody else is losing hope in so called clerics.... and great-great-grand-grand Ayatollahs and religious circles in Najaf-Qom? Does anyone else miss the kind of Imam Khomeini (r.) and only if we had someone like him in today's world in Iraq or Iran or elsewhere? Now, they are entering in Shias houses, massacring the entire families... killing their women and children, bombing their houses..... AND GET AWAY WITH IT? In South of Baghdad? This news just ruined my day...and I just can't handle reading such brutal incidents taking place around the world. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Gunmen attack Shia families, kill 16 south of Baghdad Unidentified gunmen have attacked two Shia Muslim families, killed 16 people and wounded nine others in south of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, officials say. On Wednesday, a police officer, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said gunmen late on Tuesday first opened fire on and then planted bombs around the two houses in the town of Latifiyah, about 30 kilometers (20 miles) south of Baghdad. The officer added that six children, five women and five men lost their lives in the incident. No group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack. Last Wednesday, a Shia family was shot dead at home in the same town. Police said that four children, aged between eight and 16, were killed along with their parents and an uncle. On Tuesday, officials said that a string of car bombings have struck 11 different neighborhoods in the capital Baghdad, killing more than 50 people and injuring scores of others in a span of less than two hours. Other incidents of violence across Iraq killed about 20 other people and injured dozens more on the same day. According to the United Nations, a total of 1,057 Iraqis, including 928 civilians, were killed and another 2,326 were wounded in terrorist attacks throughout the country in July -- the deadliest month since 2008. In August, about 800 Iraqis lost their lives in the deadly attacks, a third of which took place in Baghdad. The Iraqi Ministry of Interior said that militants have launched an open war in Iraq and that they want to push the Middle Eastern country into chaos. "The country is currently facing an open war from bloodthirsty sectarian forces that aim to plunge the country into chaos," the Interior Ministry said in a statement issued on July 30. PressTv
  24. Sunni Brothers, I've a question, please don't get angry or start cursing. This is just a question, I really want to learn. Why Sunnis love the known enemies of the Prophet (pbuh) ? Some examples of Sunnis loving the enemies of Prophet are: 1. Sunnis love Aisha who used to hurt, taunt, hate, waged war on Prophet's Ahlulbayt. 2. Sunnis love Umer who said he will kill the prophet right before he converted. 3. Sunnis love Khalid bin Walid who was the leader of the Kuffar in Battle of Ohud. 4. Sunnis love Muawiah who waged wars on prophet until the conquest of Makkah. 5. Sunnis love Abu Sufyan who was the leader of Kuffar of Makkah until the conquest of Makkah. Yes Prophet (pbuh) forgave them after the conquest of Makkah, but the question is, "Did they Forgive the Prophet for bringing Islam to the people"?
  25. This is the tale of a Pakistani mother and a wife who is neither a mother nor a wife anymore due to the Takfiris terrorist attack on a mosque in a systematic genocide committed by the blessing of the Pakistani state. This is a story of ONE Shia pakistani woman out of 50,000, whose husbands, fathers, and sons have been ripped into lifeless human body remains as suicide bombings have become the favorite mode of keeping Shia population of Pakistan in check and under subjugation. http://en.shiapost.com/2013/08/18/my-sacrifice-to-god-by-midhat-zaidi/ P.S. This article did deserve a separate space in SC but so far, I'll have to put it in ''General Politics and Current Issues".... Topic like this deserves a new topic called "Shia Genocide in Pakistan".
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