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Libyan Officer:imam Musa Sadr Held In Libya Prison

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Brothers and sisters, I just received some news that reports in Lebanon are saying from sources that Imam Musa Sadr is still alive in a prison in Libya!!!!!!

UPDATE:

ظابط ليبي للعربية : يعلن ان السيد موسى الصدر مؤسس حركة امل على قيد الحياة بأحد سجون سبها في ليبيا

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Rough translation:

A Libyan Officer: announces that Sayyed Musa Sadr, founder of the Amal movement is alive in one of the prisons of Sabha in Libya.

Edited by jund_el_Mahdi

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For what purpose was he kidnapped(allegedly?) in the first place?

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Jazakallah for sharing this news.

The impact of this along with the current situation in Libya could lead to phenomenal consequences. The possible return of Syed as-Sadr to Lebanon or perhaps even to Iraq or Iran would be a huge event.

By the will of Allah (swt), may he be released soon.

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INSHALLAH

You don't understand the kind of impact this would have in Lebanon...

This would be like Imam Khomeini returning to Iran.......

Yes indeed, but the hadith mentions he will wage war and be victorious

therefore this man, this sayed, is a strong power waiting to be released!

Inshallah soon!

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Eng. translation plz?

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there are conflicting and unconfirmed reports posted on facebook by a friend that Imam Musa al-sadr has being freed by the iranian revolutionary guards or hezbollah resistance fighters from a libyan prison and that the Imam is no longer in Libya.

Eng. translation plz?

it is narrated from Imam Ali (as) in a book called "Bayan al-Aimma" or "statements of the Imams" where it was prophesied that a sayyed leader would be held prisoner for a long time in the maghreb lands and would eventually be freed.he will be the owner of a great victory.

Edited by mehdi soldier

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Imam Musa Sadr is still AliveOn 21st Feb. 2011 during the Libyan Islamic awakening movement against the dictatorship of Gaddafi it has been claimed by a Libyan opposition activist Mr. Sami Al Masrati that Imam Musa Al- Sadr is still alive. He added Eyewitnesses have seen today a man resembling Imam Musa Al-Sadr who has been transferred in a small aircraft to an unknown place. Before this the Libyan opposition leader and the founder of Tabo Tribal Liberation Front Essa Abdulmajeed Mansoor had told that Imam Musa Sadr is still alive and was seen in the jail of Sabha.

This was on wikipaedia

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@ NormaL_UseR: Thank you for that news, it seems very new. InshaAllah we get more news!

You Lebanese brothers, you have to share him; he is our Imam, too! Every Muslim in the world will rejoice for his release! InshaAllah this news is true!

I don't think I can sleep tonight! =)

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ok, the video is working for me now. Wow. Thank you for the video link! Alhamdulillah. InshaAllah good news coming soon!

Edited by Hameedeh

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When can we expect to see a video or a press conference?

We don't know even what's going on Zareen.

If indeed this is true, maybe these people taking him away are not Hezb or Revolutionary guard, they could be Qaddafi forces, or worse yet, Israel and US have a hand in it. These devious snakes know he knows a lot, so they will try to get rid of him.

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We don't know even what's going on Zareen.

If indeed this is true, maybe these people taking him away are not Hezb or Revolutionary guard, they could be Qaddafi forces, or worse yet, Israel and US have a hand in it. These devious snakes know he knows a lot, so they will try to get rid of him.

(bismillah)

(salam)

Amman yujeebu al-mudhtarra idhaa da'aahu wa yakshifu as-sooa'

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there are conflicting and unconfirmed reports posted on facebook by a friend that Imam Musa al-sadr has being freed by the iranian revolutionary guards or hezbollah resistance fighters from a libyan prison and that the Imam is no longer in Libya.

Rather doubt it would be the Iranians... they've had pretty good relations with Gaddafi.

ahmadinejad-gaddafi.jpg

it is narrated from Imam Ali (as) in a book called "Bayan al-Aimma" or "statements of the Imams" where it was prophesied that a sayyed leader would be held prisoner for a long time in the maghreb lands and would eventually be freed.he will be the owner of a great victory.

As Sayyid Ja`far Murtada has demonstrated, this book (which isn't an old one) is filled with forgery. Goes to show you that hadith fabrication isn't something that only happened in the old days but happens even now.

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Rather doubt it would be the Iranians... they've had pretty good relations with Gaddafi.

ahmadinejad-gaddafi.jpg

Very naive statement when Imam Musa Sadr was pretty much the forefather of resistance in Lebanon against the Zionists and deeply influenced and affected by Imam Khomeini, even in direct contact with him constantly, and the revolutionary spirit in Iran. Imam Khomeini consistently praised him and he would be a great asset to Islamic Revolution. If anybody, it would be Iran.

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Very naive statement when Imam Musa Sadr was pretty much the forefather of resistance in Lebanon against the Zionists and deeply influenced and affected by Imam Khomeini, even in direct contact with him constantly, and the revolutionary spirit in Iran. Imam Khomeini consistently praised him and he would be a great asset to Islamic Revolution. If anybody, it would be Iran.

What does that have to do with the fact that Gaddafi and the Iranian regime have been friendly allies anyway? Would you give a hug like that to one of your enemies? Wonder what if anything the Iranians have been saying about what's going on in Libya.

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What does that have to do with the fact that Gaddafi and the Iranian regime have had been friendly allies anyway? Would you give a hug like that to one of your enemies? Wonder what if anything the Iranians have been saying about what's going on in Libya.

....it has everything to do with it. You're saying you doubt they would free him, because they've established "friendly relations" with each other. I know you're trying to portray that IRI and Ahmadinejad are good buddies with Qaddafi, and indirectly trying to imply they don't mind all this killing and don't care about the Imam, but anyone intelligent enough here won't fall for it. They go about it smartly and not "Okay hand over Musa Sadr or else."

Anyway, they're not allies, they established relations like Iran does with any other country (bar "Israhell" and USA for obvious reasons), to improve relations, both economically, and have infrastructure projects together and other joint companies in business. That doesn't mean they are "friendly allies". Russia and China are deep in business with USA, are they good chums too?

Do you really think IRI does not want Imam Musa Sadr freed? Really? Last year they formed a joint committee about Imam Musa Sadr. Though hopefully now he is free.

Iran and Libya have formed parliamentary friendship group, said a member of Iran's Parliament National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh.

Iran-Libya group involves 11 parliamentarians and Libya-Iran group includes 15 members, he said.

The two sides will pursue the issue of Shiite Leader Imam Musa Sadr and expansion of Iran-Libya relations, he told ISNA.

http://www.isna.ir/ISNA/NewsView.aspx?ID=News-1475701&Lang=E

Wonder what if anything the Iranians have been saying about what's going on in Libya.

The tiresome anti-IRI rhetoric aside, they have condemned it.

Iran condemns crackdown on Libyans

Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast has condemned the Libyan regime's clampdown on pro-democracy protesters.

“The Islamic Republic of Iran deems the Libyans' uprising and their rightful demands in line with the region's Islamic awakening, and follows the developments in the country [Libya] with concern,” IRNA quoted Mehmanparast as saying in a statement on Tuesday.

Edited by jund_el_Mahdi

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If indeed this is true, maybe these people taking him away are not Hezb or Revolutionary guard, they could be Qaddafi forces, or worse yet, Israel and US have a hand in it. These devious snakes know he knows a lot, so they will try to get rid of him.

Yeah it sounds like that to me, but this is truly a ground breaking event. For some reason I doubt it....could he survive that long in Libyan prisons, where I'm sure it's no sumptous living; beatings, torture, starvation...if he got out, he must be very, very sick, weak and frail. That's what I think....but let's till keep out fingas crossed :o

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Yeah it sounds like that to me, but this is truly a ground breaking event. For some reason I doubt it....could he survive that long in Libyan prisons, where I'm sure it's no sumptous living; beatings, torture, starvation...if he got out, he must be very, very sick, weak and frail. That's what I think....but let's till keep out fingas crossed :o

At the same token, if indeed he is alive and was freed by the Revolutionary Guard or Hezb, they could have transported him to Iran perhaps to 'nurse' him back to good health and to recuperate before appearing in public....

INSHALLAH we hear good news soon.

Allah KAREEM, make dua brothers and sisters.

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^It is good time to reach out to Qaddafi's oppositions who turned against him because of these recent protests maybe through bribes and other means to make them speak and cooperate! I don't believe Iran or Hizb have much access directly to do things in regards to his case in Libya... especially when the country is in a big mess and everyone is running and killing each others..

And in regards to Israel or the US, I doubt they have any interests to kill or kidnap him.. He won't be much of any harm to these countries in any way.

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Subhanallah, ever since Egypt fell I was hoping that Libya would fall as well so that Imam Musa Sadr would be free. Inshallah he will be free soon. Wikipedia has an update on Imam Musa Sadr saying that :

Imam Musa Sadr is still Alive

On 21st Feb. 2011 during the Libyan awakening movement against the dictatorship of Gaddafi it has been claimed by a Libyan opposition activist Mr. Sami Al Masrati that Imam Musa Al- Sadr is still alive. He added Eyewitnesses have seen today a man resembling Imam Musa Al-Sadr who has been transferred in a small aircraft to an unknown place. Before this the Libyan opposition leader and the founder of Tabo Tribal Liberation Front Essa Abdulmajeed Mansoor had told that Imam Musa Sadr is still alive and was seen in the jail of Sabha.

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What does that have to do with the fact that Gaddafi and the Iranian regime have been friendly allies anyway? Would you give a hug like that to one of your enemies? Wonder ahat if anything the Iranians have been saying about what's going on in Libya.

Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast has condemned the Libyan regime's clampdown on pro-democracy protesters.

“The Islamic Republic of Iran deems the Libyans' uprising and their rightful demands in line with the region's Islamic awakening, and follows the developments in the country [Libya] with concern,” IRNA quoted Mehmanparast as saying in a statement on Tuesday.

read the full story from presstv

http://edition.presstv.ir/detail/166418.html

I am not really making an argument, just providing info.

BTW - I certainly hope this is true, but I doubt it very seriously. I can't see the Lybians keeping him alive all these years.

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