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  1. Hi all, I've started a commentary podcast on a vlog channel I have on YouTube and I'd like to share the link for you all. The first discussion with my friend, a European psychologist, involves the economic underpinnings of the Saudi Women Driving campaign. Feel free to drop me some feedback. YouTube video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BG54zHlNd3E As congestion and emission concerns in the mobility sector have accelerated policies to reduce car ownership and enhance 'Green' economies of scale in Western Europe and the United States, client export markets in West Asia are increasingly instructed by hegemonies in the core to stimulate higher volume imports of ICE vehicles. Recently in Saudi Arabia, regulatory obstacles stemming from the country's religious class were removed in an effort to enlarge supply and demand mechanisms. The debate about women driving in Saudi Arabia began in the 1980s, and resulted in prohibitions by Ibn Baz and al-Uthaymeen who declared women's driving an opportunity for corruption and an invitation for Muslim women to imitate other impious women. Citing Quranic verses on modesty and the veil, Ibn Baz reached the conclusion that women should not be allowed to travel alone or with a non-mahram driver, and that under no circumstances should be allowed to drive cars (Al-Rasheed, 2013). This obstacle became not only an inconvenience for Saudi women, but also for major US and semi-peripheral Japanese car manufacturers. With the gradual decline of an American empire, the increasing difficulty and failures of imperialist war to break open markets and the forging of trade and physical walls, the Trump administration has reiterated repeatedly that "Saudi Arabia must pay." It must not only pay for patronage, security and the continued American regional presence, but also for trade inefficiencies that have been tolerated and have persisted for decades. This commentary podcast suggests that in concert with the white feminist movement, mainstream political parties and newspapers, neoliberal NGOs, Saudis in exiles and domestic compradors, the American State Department has spearheaded a new mode of policy framing modeled after the Torches of Freedom campaign initiated by Edward Bernays in 1929. In that campaign, Bernays, a public relations mogul, teamed up with American feminist groups and linked the prohibition of women smoking in the United States to their lack of emancipation, paying female actors to smoke in public in an effort to increase the American Tobacco Company's market share. This podcast further suggests that by means of a coordinated public relations campaign, car manufacturers such as Ford and GM are the real 'winners' of #SaudiWomenDriving. Retrospectively, it argues that the people of Saudi Arabia are the unintended victims of surplus extraction by Western capitalists and of consumerism, all whilst being discouraged to consider the domestic means of production in Saudi Arabia's automotive sector.
  2. Wahhabism :The school of Ibn Taymiyyah-Root of Terrorism ISIS :sex slaves ISIS :Islamic extremism https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDUXcLvD_1W1kdAGDH4DKUAQmWkA88bdz https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDUXcLvD_1W3w1xQm65SUARIQgWmwtaUH
  3. Asalam Walaykum, wara, wabarak. Insha'Allah you're all well. I just wanted to ask if anyone was aware of the regulations and conditions on visiting the blessed cemetery of Al-Baqee? I am aware men are allowed inside the cemetery (whereas women are not). However, are you allowed to recite the Ziyarah of the four Imams (a) who are resting there? Alongside Um'al-Baneen (s), Fatima Bint Asad (s), etc. And if one did decide to stop and read Ziyarah, would there be any consequences? Ma3salamah.
  4. In the name of Allah. Salam. Thinking what the sectarian takfiris (excommunicators) of sunnis, shias and sufis do in the world and how they (wahhabi shias, wahhabi sunnis, wahhabi sufis, etc.) are alike; I made up my mind on starting a poll. And my question is that, what would such sectarians of different sects do if they were locked in a confined place (which I believe what will happen in the hereafter/hell). And the possible scenarios which came to my mind are that: A- They would kill each other. B- They would unite on sectarianism and agree that everyone else (supporters of the Global Islamic Republic and Muslim Unity) should be killed. And these sectarians would form a takfiri team just like what ibn Muljam did. And they would succeed in killing the noble and the blessed people but leaving the hypocrites like themselves aside. C- They would agree on killing every non-sectarian peaceful people. But they would not try to do it themselves (because it may risk their lives). Rather they would issue fatwas for their ignorant followers to do the job. I think it is C, but I would love to know about your thoughts. Please mention what would happen in such a scenario by casting votes. And if what you think is not there in the options, please state it below. Thanks.
  5. See the following link on his controversy: http://worldshiaforum.org/2017/03/mehdi-hasan-conscience-hire/
  6. Salaam to everyone This is my first post, hopefully not last (admins don't ban me) I'm new to Islam. After leaving the Hari krishna cult, which has given me nothing but misery. Lately, I've been finding it difficult to actually get a sense of belonging. I'd identify myself as a Muslim, in terms of my actions and where I get information from, I'd say more towards the Sunni persuasion. I do YouTube videos just for fun. But lately, it's become serious. Shocking, in terms of my views and opinions I've attracted a lot of support from the Shia community and have been shunned and even had death threats from people who identify themselves as Sunni. I speak against Wahhabi and Salafism. I want Shia people to give me their thoughts on Wahhabis and Salafis. Are there any Shia's who agree or support them? It seems like some Sunnis do but they would never identify themselves as Salafi but will be the first to scream and shout that they are Sunnis. Here is my video, please do go through the comments. Some are laughable, some are really stupid and some really good ones who support my ideas. Am I doing a wrong this but exposing Saudi Arabia? Am I incorrect in my understanding of Islam? Does Islam actually state you can't criticize people of Saudi Arabia because Mecca and Madinah sits with them? I do hope the above makes sense. Regards Praecursator 007
  7. Hi All I hope you are fine. I am representing some Egyptian groups against Islamic terrorism. We want to file cases against saudi wahhabi regime in the Russian, American, and European courts. Do you know Russian, American, and European lawyers to help me in that target?? Willing to answer all your questions. Thank you so much Elrouby
  8. Ahmad Al_Hanbal is polytheist in Wahhabism theory!!!! Wahhabis say, calling unseen leads you to the great polytheism. The Messenger of Allah said, when one of you get caught in the desert, call oh servants of Allah, help me. Majma' Al_ Azzava'id, v 10, p 132. The son of Ahmad Al_Hanbal said, I heard from my father that he said, I performed Hajj five times. In one of my pilgrimage I was walking and lost the way, I called, oh servants of God, guide me and show me the way then I found the way. Shua'b Al_Iman, Beyheqi, v 10, p 141
  9. A look at the root and ideology of Wahhabism. Founded by Mohammed Ibn Abdul Wahab who was influenced by the writings of Ibn Taymiyyah. This documentary studies their teachings and why so much hatred is seen towards other religions and sects because of their teachings.
  10. The difference between Iran's Islam the one of Saudi Arabia. Watch it here if you can't use youtube: http://masaf.ir/View/Video/1265/%D8%A7%DB%8C%D8%B1%D8%A7%D9%86-%D9%88-%D8%B9%D8%B1%D8%A8%D8%B3%D8%AA%D8%A7%D9%86-shia%20muslim or here on youtube:
  11. Muḥammad ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhāb; The 'Father' of Terror? An Unlikely Defense. Shabbir A. Abbas, Graduate Student, Religious Studies - (Islamic Studies + Religion & Conflict)After the seemingly abrupt rise of ISIS in June of 2014 numerous articles and research papers came about trying to explain to the astonished world who ISIS is ideologically and where they originate from. A common trait among these articles and research papers is the linkage of Muḥammad ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhāb and his namesake the Wahhābī movement to ISIS [and similar groups] hence Muḥammad ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhāb is infamously presumed by many as the ‘father of terror’. This paper will investigate as to why this is so and it’s historicity; whether the controversy surrounding the legacy of ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhāb is justified or not? To do so three aspects of ‘terror’ were of focus in this study: fundamentalism, militancy, and intolerance; and by doing so an attempt was made to try and map the terror of today to its roots, its religious inspiration. A talk I recently gave at Rutgers University based off of a chapter from a lengthy piece I'm working on in relations to ISIS. I'd appreciate the comments/suggestions. Jazakum Allahu Khayran
  12. 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:
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