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Assalamalaikum, I have been watching news .... Im still not able to figure out who are the good guys .... Can you tell me , which countries are the good guys... P. S: Dont be biased pls.. . Be Truthful n Honest
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jan/26/syria-heritage-in-ruins-before-and-after-pictures Before and After pictures of Syrian landmarks. Thanks to the sacrifices of Shias of ME, the only structure remain standing in Syria will be the masolum of Sayeda Zainab (as) and Sayeda Ruqqaia Bint Hussain (aka Sukaina) (as).
Salam, The situation in Syria has been continuously in turmoil. First the major threat were the rebels, then Turkey, then Israel and so on, until the US finally prepared to strike. I am creating this thread so we can predict the next course of action which will be taken by: the axis of arrogance and its minions and the activities of the axis of resistance. Please try to backup your posts with facts and news articles from only 'resistance media' sources, if required.
Damascus is Burning is a feature length film between 60-90 minutes, which takes a historical look into the influence of the Western nations, particularly the United States, in aiding and supporting extremists groups, which has built up to this time in supporting the Sufyanic movement in Syria, masked behind different names such as The Free Syrian Army, the Al-Nusra Front and Al-Qaeda. You can watch the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obRhcDDcm3o&list=PLYD1n8657Bh6_xhTmdso7kEOdgAZeezLB&index=1
Just wanted to let you all know of an alternative news organization MintPress. I found some of their articles interesting and debatable, at the very least, a breeze of fresh air in the stagnant pond of rotten news in USA specially from the commercial media (CNN, Fox, NPR etc.). Here's the website: http://www.mintpressnews.com/ Here's what the MintPress founder Mnar Muhawesh says about her ambitions: “If you know what you are doing is going to make a difference for Muslims, then do it,” she says. The need for Muslim, especially Shia, journalists has become crucial in the Western world, Muhawesh feels. “[We] as Muslims are not represented equally as we should be, and as long as Muslims avoid journalist careers, then the voice of the Muslims will rarely be heard or even understood,” she adds. Many Shia scholars, including the prominent Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi of Toronto, have stressed the need to enter the world of journalism. Being the mainstream source of media, journalists are gifted with that ability to let the world know what Islam and Shi’ism really stand for. As Muhawesh puts it “Alhamdullila I feel like God has given me a mission in life to represent Muslims in the one country that is fighting a war against Islam, yet the one country that is giving opportunity to everyone. I am taking advantage of this opportunity and will Insha’Allah help Muslims everywhere.”
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