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  1. This recent two-part research essay/article written by a Western journalist under a pen name caught my attention. Thought I'd share:- First part - Washington's Sunni Myth and the Civil Wars in Syria and Iraq Part two - Washington's Sunni Myth and the Middle East Undone To those who know more than me about post-war Iraq and wartime Syria, how accurate is this author? Is it really true that Sunnis were "oppressed" by Shia death squads after the invasion (if they were, I hope the "victims" were just the ones who enjoyed mutilating and torturing the Shias in Iraq for 20+ years under Saddam)? I would appreciate if the Iraqis and Syrians as well as anyone else on this forum well-versed about the ongoing conflict enlighten me on the accuracy of this article.
  2. Is it wrong to call ISIS an example of "Islamic Radicalism" ? if yes, why ? And if no, why ?
  3. Dear All - Salam Alaikum, Please view and share this video reviewing some of the acts of aggression inflicted around the world by the terrorist group ISIS which in no way represents Islam. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbLa70XOD0g
  4. AOA, I'll be going on ziyaraat soon, to Iraq. I'll be visiting Karbala and Najaf. However I may also visit Samaraa, so I wanted to ask, especially from anyone whos been there recently, is it safe? I mean with ISIS and all, and since Samaraa is north of Baghdad and quite close to ISIS controlled areas. Also, is a road trip from Karbalaa to Samaraa safe? Thanks.
  5. This is an open letter from Numerous Sunni Ulemah to Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi declaring him as Kharji and the actions of this satanic army to be totally against Islam; I was actually amazed to read the hadith of Imam Ali (KAW) from Sunni narrations in the end where Imam has so eloquently described these Khwarij. http://www.lettertobaghdadi.com/ There is an executive Summary but then there is detailed explanation. A mush read for all if I could recommend. You can also Google Letter to Al Baghdadi and get to the subject matter.
  6. 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:
  7. Salaam alaikum all, I need some assistance regarding refuting the Dabiq magazine (the ISIL, ISIS mouthpiece magazine). I just flipped through the magazine and its a total nightmare, its surprising to see people fall for this BS. I feel really sorry for all those people who have fallen under the hand of ISIS/ISIL. It really pains me when I see the the Holy Prophet's (saww) names being used in the hadiths or whatever rubbish thats mentoned in the magazine. I am humbly requesting if someone can go through the magazine and refute all the points with clear hadiths and references. The Dabiq magazine can be found and downloaded directly with a google search. Shihab.
  8. Numerous and ever growing number of Sunni Ulemah are declaring these Khwarij as what they actually are, "DOGS OF HELL" as Nabi (pbuh&hf) called them. They and all those who declared allegiance to them and their mini me's are all going to hell as per these Sunni Ulemah. Following is the link to an open letter written to Baghdadi by Sunni Ulemah declaring all his actions to be Un Islamic and sinful. Read it yourself; http://www.lettertobaghdadi.com/ Or simply Google " an open letter to Al-Baghdadi". you can download the entire letter as well for the website.
  9. ISIS From Syria there came the men of dark To the call of Allah they claimed to hark But their faces told a different tale For in them, the Forces of Satan did prevail Each possessed a long, dark beard But it was their malicious hearts that were to be feared On to Iraq, their boots trudged Their only purpose: innocent blood They slaughtered and killed without respite People who never really wanted to fight. Women and children fell before their might And they said for Allah, it was alright Fellow Muslims were who they killed And they said it was what Allah willed Was this the religion the Prophet brought? Was this the path his companions sought? Where in the Quran does it say That the religion of peace shows this way? Is this what the Sunnah of the Prophet displayed? If he was here, would your actions be praised? So who is the Kaafir, me or you? I think you know the answer too You call yourself the Islamic State Yet in the end, hell will be your fate.
  10. Time for liberation of Eastern Saudi and time for liberating the occupied Yemeni provinces... the dogs of hell cannot and should not get away with this... Saudi Shia cleric Nimr al-Nimr 'sentenced to death' A court in Saudi Arabia has sentenced a prominent Shia cleric to death, his brother has said on Twitter. Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr went on trial in Riyadh last year after being accused by prosecutors of "sowing discord" and "undermining national unity". The cleric was a vocal supporter of the mass anti-government protests that erupted in Eastern Province in 2011. His arrest two years ago, during which he was shot and wounded by police, triggered days of deadly unrest. Oil-rich Eastern Province is home to a Shia majority that has long complained of marginalisation at the hands of the Sunni royal family. Protests began there in February 2011 after the start of the pro-democracy uprising in neighbouring Bahrain, which has a Shia majority and a Sunni royal family. The Saudi authorities deny discriminating against Shia and blame Iran for stirring up discontent. 'Crucifixion' Sheikh Nimr's brother said he had been sentenced to death by Riyadh's Specialised Criminal Court, which tries terrorism cases, on Wednesday morning. When the cleric, who holds the rank of ayatollah, went on trial in March 2013 prosecutors called for his execution by "crucifixion", a punishment which in Saudi Arabia involves beheading followed by public display of the decapitated body. Human rights groups expressed concern at the time that he would not receive a fair trial. They also said he had still not been given access to adequate medical care for the gunshot wounds he received during his arrest in July 2012, something denied by the authorities. Police shot Sheikh Nimr in the leg four times in disputed circumstances as they detained him after a car chase in Eastern Province's Qatif district. Officials said he rammed a security forces vehicle, leading to a gun battle. However, his family disputed the allegation that he resisted arrest and insisted that he did not own a weapon. The cleric was held for eight months before being charged and reportedly spent the first four in an isolation cell at a prison hospital in Riyadh. Activists and relatives say Sheikh Nimr, who has a wide following among Shia in Eastern Province and other states, supported only peaceful protests and eschewed all violent opposition to the government. In 2011, he told the BBC that he supported "the roar of the word against authorities rather than weapons... the weapon of the word is stronger than bullets, because authorities will profit from a battle of weapons". His arrest prompted days of protests in which three people were killed. BBC
  11. Iraqi forces launched an operation on Tuesday to drive fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) out of Tikrit. They [iraqi army + Shia armed groups] were advancing rapidly from the southBut were slowed-by landmines, roadside bombs and snipers in the westHeavy clashes with the armed group were taking place 10km from the the cityClashes were confined to the suburbs of the city as Iraqi forces halted their advance in the face of heavy fightingInfographic: Iraqi forces advance in Tikrit Alarabiya
  12. (bismillah) (salam) Today in Pakistan's leading newspaper,Daily Jang Lahore edition, there was a one column news on activities of ISIS in Bahrain. so i searched on this topic and it was true.ISIS has started its activities and it seems like Bahrainian security and intelligence officials are fully aware of it. Al-alam news agency posted this on 26 july Thursday, June 26, 2014 11:20 AM Ex-intelligence official forming the ISIL of Bahrain :Report- See more at: http://en.alalam.ir/news/1605922#sthash.647vjqqb.dpuf Adel Jassim Flaifel, former colonel in the State Security and Intelligence Service of BahrainA former Bahraini intelligence official is reportedly conducting activities to set up a Bahraini branch for the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Levant to act against the pro-democracy opposition in the tiny Persian Gulf country.According to a report by the Manama Post, Colonel Adel Jassim Flaifel, a former colonel in the State Security and Intelligence Service of Bahrain, is forming the branch with participation of extremist Salafi figures. The ISIL is a former affiliate of al-Qaeda terrorist group, which has been one of the main forces in the Syrian war aimed at overthrowing the government and has recently started an extremist-marked assault in north of Iraq. The paper says American intelligence services have already reported of the underway activities for formation of the group by Flaifel. The report also says the Bahraini regime of Al Khalifa has been warned by US authorities over consequences of its brutal crackdown of the pro-democracy movement, that could get worse by formation of radical groups in the country. Flaifel is accused of committing acts of physical and psychological torture on Bahraini citizens from 1980s. He has also been reportedly involved in acts of violence against pro-democracy activists in the country. On 5 December, Flaifel tweeted death threats against three activists involved in the 2011-2012 Bahraini uprising: Mohammed Al-Maskati, Nabeel Rajab, and Yousef Al-Mahafdha. The incident led the International Federation for Human Rights and the World Organisation Against Torture to issue a joint statement calling for a letter-writing campaign on the men's behalfsince mid-February 2011, thousands of protesters have held numerous demonstrations in the streets of Bahrain, calling on the Al Khalifa royal family to relinquish power. Foreign forces from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates were called in immediately at the beginning of the protests to help Manama quash the anti-regime protests. Scores of Bahrainis have been killed and hundreds of others injured and arrested in the ongoing crackdown on peaceful demonstrations - See more at: http://en.alalam.ir/news/1605922#sthash.647vjqqb.dpuf
  13. A Sunni Muslim group called "Ahl al-Sunnah", consisted of eight Sunni tribes in the Iraqi southern province of Basra, has registered to fight against radical militants from the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL). Al-Alam correspondent in Basra reported on Tuesday that fighters from eight Sunni tribes registered the "Ahl al-Sunnah" group to cooperate with the army in their fight against the ISIL militants. Sheikh Muhammad Blasem, head of the Waqf Office for Sunni Muslims in Basra, told Al-Alam reporter that the group is going to fight for protecting Iraqi people under the command of Iraqi security forces. Iraqi forces continue their battle against the ISIL Takfiri group, which is threatening to take its acts of violence to several Iraqi cities, including Baghdad. On June 10, the ISIL militants took control of Mosul, the capital of Nineveh Province. They later took control of the city of Tikrit, located about 140 kilometers (87 miles) northwest of Baghdad. Hundreds of thousands of volunteer fighters have formed defense groups to help their army fight against Takfiri militants. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has said that his country will contain terrorists and get over the ‘conspiracy’ that has already taken hundreds of lives. A UN report said on Tuesday that more than a thousand people have been killed in the recent unrest only between June 5 to 22. http://en.alalam.ir/news/1605499#sthash.WRgybs5A.dpuf
  14. WARNING EXTREMELY GRAPHIC.... :excl: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZdvc0TgRZY http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/02/28/352702/isil-executes-15-iraqi-soldiers-video/ New video footage has emerged showing the summary execution of 15 Iraqi soldiers by al-Qaeda-linked militants in the west of the country. Posted online on Friday, the video shows 15 people being massacred by militants from the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Iraq’s Anbar province. It was not possible to determine how the soldiers ended up in the hands of the terrorists or when the killing took place. Iraq has witnessed a surge in deadly attacks including bombings and shootings in recent months. The latest incidents of violence came at a time when Iraqi troops, backed by local Sunni tribesmen, are fighting al-Qaeda-affiliated militants in the country’s western regions, including Anbar province. Iraq’s Interior Ministry has said that militants have launched an open war in Iraq and they want to push the Middle Eastern country into chaos. Official figures say some 1,013 people were killed in January alone, making it the deadliest month in Iraq since April 2008.
  15. http://en.alalam.ir/news/1573440 By God, these thugs need to be sent to hell instantly..
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