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  1. Ashvazdanghe

    Hezbollah (roles & capabilities)

    Hezbollah (roll & capabilities in Middle East ) Julian assange interview with Nasrollah
  2. Guest

    What did Hezbollah do for shiism?

    Assalamu Aleykum, what did Hezbollah ever do to defend shiism, shia people or holy places? I just want sincere answers brothers. May Allah bless Muhammad and his family and curse their enemies. I also wanted to know how close are Hezbollah's relations with Iran, specifically Khamenei's ideology???? Ya Mahdi madad!
  3. Some days ago, Persian Gulf countries declare Hezbollah as a terrorist group because of regional conflict. Member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council, known as the GCC, have classified Lebanese movement Hezbollah as a "terrorist" organization. Hezbollah, a Shia political organization with an armed wing, fights in neighboring Syria with Zionist regime and it is strange and questionable that they declare this group as terrorist group while they are fighting against occupied regime. Of course it is clear that because of Assad' government, they try to undermine this group. Because they know clearly that Hezbollah is the axis of resistance and if they destroy the Hezbollah, they can gain the control of the region. The Sunni-dominated GCC comprises Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Some analysts have related this act to the tie of Iran and Saudi Arabia, because Saudi considered Hezbollah as a group supported by Iran. After the new tension between Iran and Saudi which intensified by the execution of a prominent Shia cleric, Saudi always try to instigate Iran to a new war. Hezbollah Secretary General Seyed Hassan Nasorallah lashed out at Saudi Arabia during a televised speech on Tuesday.
  4. It is highly predicted according to my analysis that Hezbollah would enter in the front against Saudi Arabia in Yemen. To support my argument, I have a riwayat from a Urdu Islamic book which said that Yemeni would stand for their rights and strive for it but they wouldn't be successful then an army of Yellow flags will enter and help Yemenis. (no exact words of riwayats). Now, I have a latest video of his imminence Syed Hasan Nasrallah, just watch: Note: If you find video appearing half, just refresh the page.
  5. Moussa Al-Fakih

    Best Hezbollah Nasheeds?

    Salam, A thread for fans of Hezbollah nasheeds. Which nasheeds or munshids do think are the most famous/popular. They could be classic 'golden oldies' or new ones! My favourite old one is: My favourite new nasheeds are by Ali Barakat!
  6. Abraram

    My Hezbollah Nasheeds

    Salam, I thought that we should share our "Hezbollah" specific nasheeds here and so I have uploaded my list of nasheeds which I often listen to awake myself. Lets see, here's the list, it includes farsi, urdu nasheeds and nasheeds related to Imam-e-Zamana a.s. 1. Hezbollah Nasheeds Allah o Akbar (Resistance)America in FearArzak Ya LebanonGhaleb (dedicated to Ghaleb 'The martyred')Illal Majdi Ayya ShababHussain is our leaderJamarat ur Raad (My fav)La La Lysa HezbollahLabbaik Ya Zainab s.aMoqawema (Awesome!)Nara Bismillah Something Arabic (Its hard to understand)Nasrel Arab (Most popular)Qadr NasraTaib Lubnana AlayanaYa Wadalah Ya NasrallahYa Zainab s.a!2. Urdu Nasheeds Shetan-e-Buzurg America l.aAhle Aqee ka MehwarAy MAA mujhyBehr-e-Ilmo-AgahiChal parho azadi-e-baitul muqaddasJo Karbala ka Aarif haTm hussaini ho to apna sabak yaad karoKhoon-e-Nahak k talabgaar3. Imam-e-Zaman Nasheeds Allah muje lashkare Mehdi a.s (Urdu)Birth of Mahdi a.s (Iranian clapping)Feel lonelyInni Araaaaaaa :(KidaaraaaMahdi biyaMaste JanamMola MahdiSome song (hard to understand but is great!) Uploaded at Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/cgz311wcsad19tm/AAArFHmptCZR5zjPSOP2WsH3a?dl=0 Download all .zip: https://www.dropbox.com/s/8df808fudy8u8r7/Hezbollah.zip?dl=0
  7. Hello there guys. I've recently tried to start vlogging again and the first video in a series about Hezbollah's relationship with Iran is online. The video posted is a short overview. Here's a brief description: Where does Lebanon's Hezbollah come from? What are the grievances that contributed to its establishment? A short introduction to how it all got started, in English. In August of 1994, then-State Department Coordinator for Counterterrorism Barbara Bodine referred to Hezbollah as an Iranian creation. Despite the political color of her statement and of those preceding and succeeding her, the theory that Hezbollah is a foreign-imposed construct in Lebanon has also remained afloat in more serious discussions and literature. This short introduction corrects that view, arguing that Hezbollah is an organic and natural evolution within Lebanon. An evolution that gradually took place within the Shiite community following the end of the Great War.
  8. Warning: contains music, some western-dressed women. Julia was born in Beirut, Lebanon on April 1, 1968 into a Greek Orthodox Christian family to a Lebanese father and Palestinian mother. She was educated at the Rosary Sisters Schools where she sang in the school choir. Growing up, she and her brother were heavily influenced by Ziad Rahbani's works. When she was 12 years old she recorded her first song, entitled "A Maman" at Elias Al Rahbani studios. This was introduced to her by her music teacher Fouad Fadel. She also recorded two songs, "C'est la Vie" & "Viens dans Ma Vie". On October 11, 2006, Julia announced a new single called "Ahibaii" (My loved ones). The lyrics are based on a letter sent by Hizbollah secretary general Hassan Nasrallah to the fighters in South Lebanon during the 2006 Summer War between Lebanon and Israel. The poet Ghassan Mataradapted the original text. The music is composed by Ziad, brother of Julia and arranged by Michel Fadel. The profits from the song's sale went to help the families of Hizbollah fighters and to all Lebanese who died during the Israel-Lebanon conflict. Sales eventually garnered three million dollars for the families of the Lebanese civilians, soldiers, security forces, and Hezbollah militants who have been killed in the Israel-Lebanon conflict. The sum was triple the original aim, which was only one million dollars. The families of Lebanese soldiers killed during operation Naher el-Bared also received a portion of the money.
  9. syeduddin

    Lebanese Movie 33 Days

    Does anyone have a link to watch 33 days, which was a Lebanese and Iranian movie about the war in 2006 preferably with subtitles it would be greatly appreciated.
  10. A senior Israeli military officer has assessed that Lebanon's Hezbollah movement is now stronger than most armies of the world. The Israeli officer has also claimed that Hezbollah's military strength has grown due to its participation in the conflict in Syria.
  11. Changing War in South-west Syria Syrian Army - Major gains in Qalamoun, FSA/IF/Nusra fighters panic and retreat to Rankus - Homs [central Syria], SAA/NDF forces succeed in isolating and besieging rebel pockets - Druze forces counterattack pushes rebels 18 months back. It consumed the rebels 18 months to reach Bosra - SAA amputates FSA advance from Israeli Golan region Rebel Army - Spring Offensive fails to reach Damascus - gains in Daraa Qalamoun Close up Map 29/03/2014 Hezbollah/SAA/NDF bulldoze FSA/Nusra defenses
  12. HamzaTR

    We Are Hizbullah

    In the name of God. Salam. Here you can listen to the nasheed in Turkish: http://www.islamidavet.com/muzik/dosyalar/mp3/4-4.mp3 Lyrics in Turkish: http://www.islamidavet.com/muzik/biz-nurluyuz-imanliyiz/hak-asigi-hizbullahiz/ sorry for my poor translation: Lovers of Haqq/God, we are, Hizbullah Coming from the assembly of Alast [referring to Quran; 7:172],We bowed down to our Lord,We are loved by the angels,Lovers of Haqq [the truth, God], we are, Hizbullah. We are peaceful with the creations,We strive as in a race of virtues,We fight against taghuts,Speakers of the truth, we are, Hizbullah. With tears running down from the cheeks,With a head filled with light,And, against the bullets, we fightwith stones, we are, Hizbullah. We don't befriend the infidels,We can not be fooled by their tricks,We don't believe in (the words of) sinners,The ones whose hearts are awake, we are, Hizbullah. We please the Creator,Morality is our motto,And to glorify Haqq,we destroy polytheism. We are, Hizbullah. The pioneers of the pious,The symbols of the gentles,The enemies of the opressors,And the passionate lovers of Haqq, we are, Hizbullah. We are always self-sacrificing in jihad,For victory we are hopeful,We are sacrifices to Allah,Spreading lights, we are, Hizbullah. We are Abrahams, we break idols,Just like Moses, we search for the light,It is us who split the seas,Sacrificing our lives, we are, Hizbullah. With the praise of our Lord,With His beautiful bestowing,And with manifestations of His names,Enchanted, we are, Hizbullah. Martyrdom is our motto,Hossein is our pride,Our lands shall be saved,Givers of glad-tidings, we are, Hizbullah. We are the nation of Muhammad (pbuh&hp),We are the devotees of the light; Ahmad (pbuh&hp),We are the guards of the frontiers,sacrificing our heads, we are, Hizbullah. We sacrificed our lives and the beloveds,We drank from the fountain of Kawthar,Martyrdom is what we always choose,Sacrifices to Haqq, we are, Hizbullah. We are the guests of the martyrs,We are the cure for the barefooted,We are the clear command of Haqq,Bravest in the battlefield, we are, Hizbullah. We are the devotees of the Quran,We are sacrifices to thy true path,We are the smoke of the fire of love,Burning with light, we are, Hizbullah. The Qur'an is our guide,Each one of us worths thousands,The Holy Prophet is our leader,Always alert, we are, Hizbullah.
  13. The ‘Revolutionary’ Face of the Syrian Conflict Reports are abound by international organizations about the responsibility of the Syrian government for the human rights violations in the ongoing conflict in Syria, now in its fourth year, but the responsibility of the insurgents has been kept away from media spotlight for political reasons. However, the horrible image of the “revolutionary” performance imposed itself on the media and public opinion to an extent that it has become impossible to black it out anymore. Internationally last Thursday, for example, the U.S. envoy to the United Nations, Samantha Power, said that Russia’s and China’s vetoes against a United Nations Security Council resolution to refer allegations of war crimes in Syria to the International Criminal Court (ICC) “protect monstrous terrorist organizations operating in Syria … who are pursuing a fundamentalist assault on the Syrian people that knows no decency or humanity.” Regionally on the same day, The Yemeni Coordination Committee for the Support of Syrian Revolution dissolved itself in protest against what it called in a statement “the diversion and transformation of the leaders of the revolution and opposition into terrorist gangs and groups.” Since U.S. President Barak Obama imposed sanctions on April 29, 2011 on some Syrian officials reportedly accused of using violence against civilians, the U.S., European and regional sponsors of a “regime change” in the country have so far held the Syrian government as the only party accountable. The UN and western international human rights organizations followed suit. Their blackout of the insurgents’ responsibility could not be avoided otherwise those sponsors would be held accountable as well and consequently could not continue their support to the insurgents with impunity, because without their support the insurgents would not have survived. Their reluctance to arm the Syrian rebels with advanced weapons lest they fall into the hands of the terrorist organizations could not cover up their initial and ongoing arming and recruitment efforts, which empowered the militarization of the peaceful civilian protests with its most extreme Syrian and non-Syrian insurgents. On last April 8, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay was quoted as saying in a briefing to the UN Security Council that the actions of the forces of the Syrian government “far outweigh” the crimes by the “opposition” fighters. Statistics Tell a Different Story However, scrutiny of the statistics of the death toll and the facts of the humanitarian fallout of the conflict tell a different story. On this May 19, the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said it had documented more than 162,000 deaths in the conflict until this May 17, more than 61 thousand of them were government troops, 42,701 rebels and more than 1600 foreign fighters; SOHR believes that both sides of the combat strongly tend to be very conservative about their human casualties. The rest were civilians many of whom were victims of suicide bombing and mortar shells fired by the rebels. The breakdown of these figures show the government a victim rather than a culprit and indicate that the actions of the rebels “far outweigh” those of the government, contrary to Navi Pillay’s conclusion. “Questioning the Syrian ‘Casualty List’” in the Lebanese Alakhbar on February 28, 2012, Sharmine Narwani documented that, “The very first incident of casualties from the Syrian regular army that I could verify dates to 10 April 2011, when gunmen shot up a bus of soldiers travelling through Banyas, in Tartous, killing nine,” i.e. few weeks after the first peaceful protests broke out in Syria, a fact which questions the now wrongfully accepted public knowledge that the government was the party who initiated the “violence.” The communiqué issued by the eleven western and Arab foreign ministers of the core group of the so-called “Friends of Syria” after their meeting in London on this May 15 was the latest example of the political motives behind the blackout, which they have imposed for too long on the insurgents’ responsibility. They called the upcoming presidential elections on next June 3 “illegitimate” and a “parody of democracy,” ignoring the fact that any power vacuum in Syria would only create the right environment for the collapse of the central government. The inevitable result would be an exacerbation of the humanitarian crisis in the country, rendering their humanitarian rhetoric a parody of humanity. Worse still, the eleven “Friends of Syria” had “agreed unanimously” to boost their support to what they described as “the moderate opposition National Coalition (SNC), its Supreme Military Council and associated moderate armed groups.” What “moderates” did they refer to? On last September 25 the BBC quoted a recent study published by IHS Jane’s analyst Charles Lister, which concluded that, “the core of the Syrian insurgency is composed of Islamist groups of one kind or another.” “The armed opposition is all too much a part of the conflict,” Red Maistre wrote in The Northern Star four days later. Three years and three months on, the “Friends of Syria” failed to bring the “regime” down. On the contrary, it has got the military upper hand, while the organizations which the U.S. and Saudi Arabia had listed as terrorists got the upper hand in the rebel-held areas. Whatever military supplies the “moderate” rebels could get will only prolong the war, postpone any political settlement and perpetuate and exacerbate the worsening humanitarian crisis. Civilian protesters, political opposition and “secular” armed rebels were hijacked, sidelined and finally dumped by the mainstream terrorists, whose backbone consists of “foreign fighters,” thus dooming any political solution for a long time to come and vindicating Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s determination on last August 4 that, “No solution can be reached with terror except by striking it with an iron fist.” As early as March 2012 Sara Leah Whitson, Middle East director at Human Rights Watch, had warned that, ““The Syrian government’s brutal tactics cannot justify abuses by armed opposition groups.” Schools, universities, hospitals, health clinics, churches, mosques, religious monuments, power grids, railways, bridges, oil fields, historical sites, museum assets, police symbols of public safety and order and other infrastructure were targeted by the rebels with unprecedented level of destruction and civilian plight. A survey, conducted by the Relief and Works Agency of UN’s Microfinance Programs and released early last April, said it would take 30 years for the Syrian economy to recover to its 2010 level. According to the SOHR, the infighting among rebels has claimed more than five thousand casualties in 2014. The infighting over border crossings and oil fields displaced more than one hundred thousand civilians in north eastern Syria during the past month. As a strategy, the rebels since the very beginning have been using Syrian civilians en masse as a bargaining chip and as human shields, a fact which the “Friends of Syria” have been keen to blackout. On this May 12, rebels have agreed to free 1,500 families whom they had kidnapped and held hostages in Adra, a suburb of the capital Damascus, for the release of rebels jailed by the government. Two weeks ago they freed some one hundred infants, children and elderly men and women in exchange for evacuating the Old City of Homs unharmed. On May 4, they cut off water supply to some three million civilians in Syria’s second largest city of Aleppo, a collective punishment reminiscent of a similar horrible practice by Israel in Beirut in 1982. Last month the rebels cut off the electricity supply. For less than two years now they have been bombarding the western side of the city, which is under government control, with mortar shells and turning the civilian life there into a nightmare of suicide and tunnel bombings from the eastern side, which they control. Rule, Not Exception These inhuman tactics are not the exception, but the norm and rule. Since the very beginning of their rebellion in March 2011, rebels stormed into Syrian city centers, where there was no official military presence, and used the civilian population as human shields against any retaliation by the government forces, thus unleashing what the United Nations described as the world’s largest refugee problem. Civilians have paid the higher price. Syrians now hold the rebels responsible for their plight. Their sectarian public incubator has already turned against them in favour of restoring the missing safety, security and order by the government. All factions of the rebels claim they are the representatives of the Muslim Sunni majority, but the overwhelming majority of some six million Syrians who are displaced internally are Sunnis, now hosted by non-Sunni compatriots in safe havens under government protection, let alone more than three million refugees who are also overwhelmingly Sunni Syrians and fled to neighbouring countries from the areas held by the rebels. It’s a well-known fact now that creating a humanitarian crisis in Syria, whether real or fabricated, and holding the Syrian government responsible for it as a casus belli for foreign military intervention under the UN 2005 so-called “responsibility to protect” initiative was from the very beginning of the Syrian conflict the goal of the U.S.-led so-called “Friends of Syria’ coalition. A second fact was the rush to militarize the Syrian civilian peaceful protests. When President al-Assad issued in 2011 the first of his six general amnesties, former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton went on record with a public appeal to armed rebels not to lay down their arms in response. In March 2014 a commission of inquiry mandated by the United Nations Human Rights Council, chaired by Paulo Pinheiro, for the first time accused the insurgents in Syria of “crimes against humanity” and “war crimes.” On this May 14, Syrian Rev. Michael Rabaheih, from the Greek Orthodox Church, was quoted by The Washington Post as saying: “If this is freedom, we don’t need it.” Rabaheih was one of some 80,000 Christians who returned to the Old City of Homs, which the opposition once proudly called “the capital of the revolution,” but which the rebels were forced to evacuate this month. He was seated next to the grave of the Dutch priest, Frans van der Lugt, who was assassinated by the rebels a few weeks earlier, not far from the gravely damaged historic Khalid ibn al-Walid mosque in the devastated neighbourhoods of Syria’s third largest city, where “little was left.” Obviously, the “Friends of Syria” have failed to artificially create any credible alternative http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/05/23/the-revolutionary-face-of-the-syrian-conflict/
  14. 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
  15. Syrian army advancing in battle for rebel town near Lebanese border, field commander says SAHEL, Syria - Syrian government troops are tightening their grip on the last rebel stronghold near the border with Lebanon a day after taking control of a key village in the area, a field commander told reporters on Tuesday. Forces loyal to President Bashar Assad have seized a string of towns and villages in the rugged Qalamoun region along the Lebanese border since launching an offensive there in November. Backed by gunmen from the Lebanese militant Hezbollah group, the army seized the village of Sahel this week and is closing in on Yabroud, the largest town in the mountainous region still in rebel hands. The government operation aims to sever the rebel supply routes from nearby Lebanon and shore up its hold on the main north-south highway that runs through the area. During a government-led tour of the village of Sahel, a Syrian commander told reporters that troops ousted opposition fighters from the village Monday, bringing down the rebels' "first defence line" of Yabroud. The officer did not provide his name, in line with military regulations. Hezbollah guerrillas have played a significant role in the government push. The Lebanese Shiite militant is eager to clear the border area of the overwhelmingly Sunni Muslim rebels trying to topple Assad's government. Hezbollah claims that several cars used in recent bombings targeting predominantly Shiite neighbourhoods of south Beirut have been rigged in Yabroud. Al-Qaida-linked groups have claimed responsibility for several of the attacks in Lebanon, saying they were retaliation for Hezbollah's military support for Assad. Opposition groups said fighting was raging Tuesday on the edge of Yabroud, with government helicopters dropping barrel bombs on the town's outskirts. The makeshift bombs, which the government has used to devastating effect in other parts of Syria, are packed with explosives and fuel and are intended to cause massive damage to urban areas. Rami Abdurrahman, the director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights activist group, said rebels fighting in Yabroud belong predominantly to hard-line Islamic groups, including the al-Qaida-linked Nusra Front and the breakaway group of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. Syria's state news agency reported heavy fighting around Yabroud on Tuesday. It said the army destroyed a car fitted with a machinegun, and killed fighters from the Nusra Front and other rebel groups. The Syrian field commander said the army is determined to clear the area by launching a final assault from Sahel. He said "moral was high among the troops as they fulfil their mission" to capture Yabroud. Sahel was deserted on Tuesday as the government troops escorted reporters along. There was damage on several houses and a mosque, apparently from fighting, and telephone and electricity cables were torn from poles and strewn on sidewalks. At least one body could be seen on the ground. "It was a real battle and we didn't give the gunmen any chance to negotiate," the commander said. He did not say if the army or the rebels sustained any casualties, but said the troops detained more than 30 opposition fighters after capturing the village. Many of those captured were Syrians, the commander said, although there were also foreign fighters who had travelled to Syria from Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Lebanon to battle Assad's troops. Hezbollah in Action near yabroud http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9Ekr7mHQRE&feature=youtu.be http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yy-Ig3Lx_kE
  16. I was reading all over the news and many new stations say that lebanon wont be able to handle another war fighting Israel and fighting in the rebels in Syria. What do you think? Is that true?
  17. Go Hezbollah! Hezbollah ambush kills 32 Islamist fighters in e. Lebanon. Al-nusra terrorists tried infiltrating into Lebanon to blow themselves up and set up car bombs to kill innocent civilians. http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2013/Dec-23/242100-hezbollah-ambush-islamist-fighters-in-e-lebanon-kill-32.ashx#axzz2oGTom48I And people ask, why is Hezbollah involved in Syria? If Hezbollah was not involved particularly in the border area, these terrorists would have snuck in to blow themselves up and kill innocent civilians on a daily basis long ago.
  18. Like: www.facebook.com/monitormideast Sons of Jabal Amel (English Subtitles) One of the most authoritative and powerful documentaries regarding the genesis of Hezbollah. Created by Revayat-e Fath, one of the most prestigious production houses in Iran, Sons of Jabal Amel gives an alternative, exclusive look into the development of Lebanese Shiites in a homogeneous Lebanese state. Told from a resistance-axis point of view, the documentary offers new insights into the cultural, ecological and ideological mechanics of the Lebanese Shi'i community and their sustained adherence and loyalty to the movement. Exclusive footage and/or interviews with: Prof. Dr. Mustafa Chamran, Hassan Nasrallah, Abbas al-Musawi and Imam Musa Sadr. Excerpt: The historical region of Jabal Amel and its significant array of scholars, poets, intellectuals and resistance leaders is situated in southern Lebanon. This area is also most affected by Israeli assaults seeking to annex these areas. Because of the historical vulnerability and importance of Jabal Amel, the people of this rugged mountainous area are born into resistance, live in resistance and die in resistance. Sons of Jabal Amel begins with the introduction of Abu Dharr al-Ghiffari, a loyal companion of the Prophet Muhammed and his son and law, Ali. Abu Dharr was exiled to this region and converted the local community to Islam and more specifically, Shi'ism. In Islamic literature, he is deemed one of the first Shi'is signifying resistance to the ruling status quo. What Abu Dharr had left the people of Jabal Amel, was an eager apetite for honor, dignity and vigor--free from the oppression and rule of external entities. Sons of Jabal Amel thus depicts the evolution and development of resistance in this region, ending with Hezbollah as the most recent and successful story to date. Release date: October 4, 2008
  19. Did the Sufyani emerge in Syria this Rajab 1434? – The cannibal Abu Sakkar, Hezbollah, and the 2013 Iranian presidential elections Salaam, Here's a look at contemporary figures who possibly match those in the prophecies of Ahlul Bayt (as) concerning the events leading up to the zuhur of al-Hujjatul Qa'im bil Haqq (atfs) min Al-e Muhammad (saawaws). http://allah2012.blo...this-rajab.html Wassalaam, Kamran
  20. Salams my dear Muslim brothers and sisters and all who stand up for justice regardless of their religious background.... Allah, the Creator of the universe is against oppression. This is what Allah says about justice.... Does even one person on this forum want to be ruled by a nonMuslim dictatorship regime when most of the population are Muslim believers? No one wants to have their lives dictated by a dictatorship including everyone who is against the freedom for Syrians on this forum. O you who have believed, be persistently standing firm in justice, witnesses for Allah , even if it be against yourselves or parents and relatives. Whether one is rich or poor, Allah is more worthy of both. So follow not [personal] inclination, lest you not be just. And if you distort [your testimony] or refuse [to give it], then indeed Allah is ever, with what you do, Acquainted. Imam Ali and Imam Husain and Sayeda Zaynab would have fought with the Syrians who have been struggling for 40 years to get freedom. The Syrians have noticed that this Arab Spring where freedom brought down the dictatorships of Qaddafi of Libya and BenAli of Tunisia and Mubarak of Egypt is their opportunity. It is true that the Assad regime is important to Hezbollah getting weapons from Iran. However Hezbollah should have more tawakul on Allah instead of the nonMuslim Baathist Assad regime. There are extremists within the Syrian opposition but they are a very small percentage of the total opposition fighter force...although these takfiris get a lot of Western media because western media is obsessed only on them. My brothers and sisters, of course we don't want like the takfiris...but we MUST trust Allah and support justice as Allah says above... "even if it be against yourselves or parents and relatives. Whether one is rich or poor, Allah is more worthy of both. So follow not [personal] inclination, lest you not be just." Otherwise your speaking out for supporting Assad regime is damaging your akhirat.... Whoever intercedes for a good cause will have a reward therefrom; and whoever intercedes for an evil cause will have a burden therefrom. And ever is Allah , over all things, a Keeper. By speaking of support for the nonMuslim Nusairi religion against the Muslim believers fighting your freedom, you are interceding for an unjust cause and you will carry the burden....already over 80,000 Syrians have been killed, most of them Muslim believers killed by the nonMuslim Baathist DICTATORSHIP regime of the Assad family. The choice is yours.....either stand up for justice or face the consequences of supporting injustice and having lack of trust in Allah for the final outcome. I am not against any person of any religion getting their just rights...The nonMuslim Nusairis who are not fighting the Muslim freedom fighters should get rights to live freely without any harm as should the Christians, the Jews, etc...but the tyranny of the minority MUST not continue to rule and kill the majority Muslims of Syria. But whoever kills a believer intentionally - his recompense is Hell, wherein he will abide eternally, and Allah has become angry with him and has cursed him and has prepared for him a great punishment. My brothers and sisters, some of you are supporting those (nonMuslim Baathist DICTATORSHIP Assad family) who are killing the believer Muslims by supporting them with your words.....Israel killed over 14 hundred Muslims in Lebanon several years ago....Baathist DICTATORSHIP nonMuslim Nusairi led Assad regime has killed over 80 thousand! Our preferences are not worth supporting injustice....this is NOT a football game...it is about freedom or dictatorship....If we don't support justice and freedom and have TRUST in Allah that the small percentage of takfiris (who are despised by most of the Syrian opposition freedom fighters)...then don't be surprised if we get the deserved punishment from Allah. Imam Ali, Imam Husain, and Sayeda Zaynab would support the Syrian opposition forces without an iota of doubt.....they would not care for shrines.....they would care for justice. It is about time we follow the examples of Imam Ali and his teacher, Prophet Muhammad and be like Hurr who changed his allegiance from the dictatorship of Ibn Ziyad to Imam Husain at Karbala. It is about time those of us (hopefully not the majority) who support the dictatorship of the nonMuslim Nusairi led regime to switch our allegiance to justice and support the Syrian freedom fighters (most of them who are NOT takfiris). WE ARE WALKING TOWARDS THE JUSTICE OF HELLFIRE IF WE SUPPORT ASSAD REGIME IN KILLING THE MUSLIM FREEDOM FIGHTERS OUR OF OUR SECTARIAN PREFERENCES INSTEAD OF SUBMITTING AND TRUSTING Allah AND INSTEAD OF SUPPORTING JUSTICE HERE IN THIS TEST OF DUNYA.
  21. Yusuf Qaradawi, L, and Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Asheikh Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Asheikh has called on all the leaders and scholars of the Muslim world to take strong steps to stop the Hezbollah and its supporters fighting against the people in Syria. “It has been known beyond doubt that it (Hezbollah) is a party of the enemy agent that does not respect the ties of kinship or covenant with the believers,” Al-Asheikh said while commenting on a recent statement by Sheikh Yusuf Qaradawi in which he acknowledged his error in taking an anti-Saudi stance on Hezbollah. Al-Asheikh said in his statement yesterday that Saudi Arabia did not have any ulterior motive in supporting any effort to solve problems of the Muslims in different parts of world. “(The Kingdom) is not seeking any narrow political gain (while helping the suffering Muslims) but it is motivated by the pure Islamic ideal of spreading justice and bringing an end to injustice and oppression.” He thanked Qaradawi for commending the stance taken by the Saudi scholars in the past on various issues. He also affirmed Qaradawi’s condemnation of Hezbollah’s collaboration with the Syrian regime in the hostilities against the Syrian people and stressed the need for all Muslim scholars and leaders to take a unified stand in solving the issue. Saudi scholars and intellectuals have backed the mufti’s statement. “It is very important as it exposes the Lebanese group as anti-Islamic and anti-Muslim,” said Fuad Kawther, an engineer engaged in dawa activities. He said Shiites and Shiite groups have been behind many tragedies across the Islamic world including Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iraq. Kawther called for a three-pronged strategy to confront Hezbollah. “We have to create awareness against this group; boycott their products and mobilize Source: http://www.arabnews.com/news/454177
  22. Felt like this was good enough to share. He brings up important points about internal Lebanese politics, Syria's effect on the region and its effect on the Palestinian right of return, etc.
  23. Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah affirms that any future confrontation between Israel and his party will encompass the entire length of occupied Palestine.
  24. Hezbollah: Ties with Hamas strong despite Syria differences Hezbollah MP Kamel Rifai said in remarks Sunday ties between the resistance group and Hamas remain strong despite differences in opinion over the crisis in Syria. (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - “The relationship between Hamas and Hezbollah is strategic given the stances with regard to the Israeli enemy,” Rifai told pan-Arab Ash-Sharq Al-Awsat. He also said that there were “solid, military, religious and political ties between the two.” “The difference in opinions has affected the relationship but the resistance in Lebanon has so much respect for Hamas even if Hamas took such a stance on Syria,” Rifai added. His remarks are in response to Osama Hamdan, a Hamas official in Lebanon, who said the 21-month old crisis in Syria has caused a stalemate in the relationship between the two resistance groups. “Ties between Lebanon’s Hezbollah and Hamas are currently at a stalemate as a result of the Syrian crisis,” Hamdan told Turkey’s state-run Anadolu Agency Saturday. However, the official expected an improvement in the relation with Hezbollah soon after a weeklong conflict between Hamas and Israel came to an end Wednesday. Hezbollah has repeatedly voiced support for President Bashar Assad but Hamas has refused to take Assad’s side, although the Palestinian movement has always enjoyed the support of Syrian authorities. Hamas leaders quit the Syrian capital in January of this year. During his interview with the daily, Rifai said Hezbollah’s assistance to Hamas had not changed given that both parties are committed to the Palestinian cause against Israel. “Hezbollah has embraced Hamas and continues to do so,” Rifai said. Rai expressed hopes that ties between the two parties would improve. http://abna.ir/data.asp?lang=3&Id=367528
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