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  1. Salam, I'v been sent as a messenger from the Supreme Leader Richard Stallman Saint IGNUcius to teach you about free software. Only free software can guarantee your privacy and security. Don't let the big corporations control you, your data and your thoughts by using their software. Only free software like GNU grant you absolute freedom. So free yourselves from the Big Brother by throwing away your expensive macbook and buy yourself a Lenovo Thinkpad X200 libre booted by the grace of the Leader. Quote from the Leader: Amen Btw I use Arch.
  2. Salam, Imam Ali says in the first sermon of Nahj al-Balagha that God doesn't have any attributes. Imam Reza reiterates this in Sheikh Saduq's al-Tawhid. Shia Islamic scholars have interpreted this as meaning that all the traditional attributes of God (e.g. omniscience, omnipotence, etc.) are identical with God and are not distinct or "accidental properties" of God. But this creates the problem of mercy and freedom. If mercy is an essential property of God, and not an "accidental property," then that means God must be merciful (or else He wouldn't be God anymore). This seems to contradict with the Shia Islamic traditions which say that God "chose" mercy for Himself (i.e. He could have not been merciful, but He chose to be merciful). This also makes the whole concept of thanking God meaningless, because he had to be merciful to us all the time because reality couldn't have been otherwise (he's a Necessary Being, couldn't have not existed, and couldn't have not been merciful). Why thank God for being merciful to us when things simply could not have been otherwise? It was not possible for God to have not been merciful to us, so why should we thank him for being merciful to us? Unless there is a rational way to solve this problem, this problem demonstrates that the whole concept of a merciful, free, and "worthy of being grateful to" God is incoherent. And hence the Islamic concept of God is logically incoherent and should not be believed in.
  3. 1 minute of simple questions. If you cannot watch it on youtube then use the link below http://mymedia1.tv/en/just-many-questions/
  4. the Imam of the Holy al-Aqsa Mosque in al-Quds (Jerusalem) denounces the takfiri terrorists who wage war on Muslims in Syria and Iraq and he questions those who speak of the so-called freedom fight against Syria why they have never supported the freedom cause of Palestine millitarily:
  5. An Angry Lady Liberty Yes, the mind and spirit can be broken, Just as an un-tethered horse will walk the mill stone path and A freed bird will sometimes return to its cage and Many a revolution has been betrayed because, I am unforgiving to the once forgiven. The tyrants are pulled down The liberators go down with them And the crowds fights over their graves Rushing to join the already dead Dying for the sins of their fathers. The blood flows like water Pooling in village massacres Running out of the cities with the refugees Breaking the dams that prevent war I am unforgiving to those who can’t forgive. America! Weep for Egypt as I once wept for France. The falcon’s hood has been pulled off. The leash is unstrung, FREEDOM! But can the falcon ignore its nature and refuse the falconer’s lure? George T. Everette Jr. 8/13/2013 Given to the general commons All rights released
  6. (bismillah) (salam) I'm aware that blasphemy and missionary activity isn't allowed under an Islamic state. That's fine and dandy, but is legitimate questioning and criticism allowed by dhimmis? What about debates? Any references to classical texts and reliable hadiths will be greatly appreciated.
  7. Yes, Iran fears this kind of Christianity. And Iran fears this kind of Christianity. And Iran fears this kind of Christianity. And Iran REALLY fears this kind of Christianity. Iran also fears the Bahai Cult. --------------------------------------- But Iran does not fear the ancient kind of Christianity that is not used for political purposes or espionage activities or to brainwash the youth in favor of Israel or to plunder money from the poor while pretending to "cure" cancer. The Armenians have been practicing Christianity in Iran for thousands of years (without the need to have Television fundraisers or *preach* political Zionism.) Got it? If you've watched the videos and still don't understand, I can't help you.
  8. I really admire this women. She speaks out with courage and intelligence, there isn't one thing she said wrong. Her attitude towards reform is correct and it really needs implementation. She even advocates the right for non-muslims to enter mekkah, the right for other places of worship to be built in cities, other than that of Mekkah and Medina, and that the sheikhs of the haram mosque shouldn't only have to be from the hanbali sect, but they should have sheikhs from all sects of Islam (including Shia) and there should be sheikhs from different nationalities, not only Saudis. Amazing Lady. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gBhh2AyxRI
  9. BREAKING NEWS: SAUDI PROTESTS Report: Saudi protesters capture army vehicle in Qatif Qatif police attack Saudis, kill several Saudi regime forces in the eastern city of Qatif (File Photo) Saudi police have fired live bullets at anti-government demonstrators protesting the death of a teenage boy in the city of Qatif, killing several mourners inclucing a nine-year-old girl. Activists say regime forces attacked protesters with artillery fire and machineguns in the city on Monday, adding that soldiers are conducting house to house searches . Thousands of Saudi demonstrators were mourning the 19-year-old Nasser al-Mahishi, who was killed by regime forces, when they were attacked. Mourners also chanted slogans against the US-backed Al Saud royal family. Mahishi was shot by regime forces late on Sunday while walking down a street in Qatif with his friends. He succumbed to his wounds on Monday. Similar anti-government protest also took place in the nearby town of Awamiyah, where protesters burned tires and blocked main roads. There were no reports of police violence there. Tension has been high in the province after Riyadh decided to increase its troop presence in the region in a bid to quash anti-government protest there. Saudi Arabia's east has been the scene of anti-government protests over the past months with demonstrators demanding human rights reform, freedom of expression and the release of political prisoners. Saudi protesters are regularly met with live rounds and tear gas, which has left dozens of demonstrators injured. Since the beginning of anti-government rallies in the region hundreds of activists have also been arrested. PressTv
  10. What happened in Bahrain? In short: > Almost 75% of the entire Bahraini population protested peacefully Al-Khalifa's rules and brutalities, his regime's discrimination and injustice. > The peaceful protesters were beaten, they were arrested and tortured. The doctors, lawyers, athletes, scholars, political leaders, parliamentarians, and thousands of innocent people were arrested. > Saudi, Qatar and UAE armies were sent to help the tyrant and brutal regime AGAINST the peaceful protesters who demanded equality, who demanded their rights and to choose and elect their own leadership. > Mosques were destroyed, women, children, and elderly are facing death sentences because they 'protested' against tyrants. > US, Europe, NATO, UN Security Council (US, UK, France, Russia, China) are saying that, they are HYPOCRITES. And that, hey are busy in dealing and helping with alqaida affiliated groups in Libya. And that they simply want to ignore whatever happened in Bahrain and instead they will continue their dealings and trades with the Butcher of Bahrain and will sell them weapons to kill more protesters and stay in power for 40 more years. Bahrain arms deal moves closer to completion US state department says it will move forward with a plan to sell $53m worth of weapons, despite concerns. Dozens of people have been killed during months of political unrest in Bahrain [Al Jazeera] A controversial US plan to sell $52mn worth of weapons to Bahrain has moved one step closer to completion, according to the state department. Early media reports on Tuesday suggested that the deal had already been finalised. A spokesman for the state department, though, said that the agreement was still tentative. But it has cleared a key hurdle: no members of the US congress formally objected to the deal, and the period to file such objections ended last week. "There was some concern... but no members of congress filed formal complaints during the notification period," the spokesman said. The proposed arms sale includes Humvees, TOW missiles - typically used as anti-tank weapons or against buildings - and other equipment. Stephen Seche, the deputy assistant secretary of state for Arabian Peninsula affairs, said the weapons would be used only "for the external defence of Bahrain." Opposition in congress Earlier this week, five US legislators - including Richard Durbin, a senator from Illinois and the assistant Democratic leader in the senate - sent a letter to US secretary of state Hillary Clinton urging her to postpone the sale. "The United States must make it clear to the government of Bahrain that its ongoing human rights violations and unwillingness to acknowledge legitimate demands for reform have a negative impact on its relationship with the United States," the senators wrote. But they did not go further and file a formal complaint about the proposed sale, according to the state department. "At this point congress has expressed no concern, no opposition to this sale," Seche said. "So the intent is to go forward with this process." Federal law in the US requires that congress receive advance notice of most proposed arms sales. Legislators can block the proposed sale by passing a joint resolution of disapproval. 'No meaningful steps' The tentative agreement with Bahrain has been criticised by dozens of human rights groups, who urged the Obama administration last month to block the sale until the Bahraini government "ends abuses against peaceful protesters and takes meaningful steps towards political reform". "Bahrain has taken no meaningful steps towards accountability," Maria McFarland, deputy Washington director at Human Rights Watch, said last month. "And Bahrain's rulers will have little reason to really reform so long as their main international ally resumes arms sales as if the situation were back to normal." Dozens of people have been killed, and thousands more wounded or arrested, during months of political unrest in the Gulf kingdom. Bahraini security forces have been accused of widespread human rights abuses; they have tortured detainees, targeted doctors and other medical personnel, and destroyed dozens of mosques across the country, according to independent reports and human rights groups. The Bahraini government established a commission in June to investigate claims of torture and other abuses; it is scheduled to report its findings later this month. Many members of Bahrain's opposition say they have little confidence that the commission's report will be unbiased. Aljazeera Obama's # 2 favorite tyrant--Hamad Al-Khalifa,
  11. salam Alaikum all brothers and sisters congratulation on the birthday of Lady Fatimah Masoumah the sister of Imam Ridha (a.s) recently I designed and created a video clip which is about Hijab so I recommend you not to lose watching it: please let me know your opinion, when you finished watching ... ------------------------------------------------------------------------ On YouTube: on MediaFire for downloading: http://www.mediafire.com/?jqw1wjed0xa3zoh
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