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In Iran we have something called Razmavaran, it is sort of like MMA and it teaches morals and slogans about Allah and the infallibles. It is the way to go for muslims and especially shias. Also sufis in Asia have another martial arts that they connect to Amir al-Momenin(A) and it's unfortunate that none here seems to have heard about these martial arts.

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“You can only fight the way you practice” 
― Miyamoto MusashiA Book of Five Rings: The Classic Guide to Strategy


“The primary thing when you take a sword in your hands is your intention to cut the enemy, whatever the means. Whenever you parry, hit, spring, strike or touch the enemy's cutting sword, you must cut the enemy in the same movement. It is essential to attain this. If you think only of hitting, springing, striking or touching the enemy, you will not be able actually to cut him.” 

― Miyamoto MusashiThe Book of Five Rings


“You may abandon your own body but you must preserve your honour.” 

― Miyamoto MusashiA Book of Five Rings: The Classic Guide to Strategy


“The true science of martial arts means practicing them in such a way that they will be useful at any time, and to teach them in such a way that they will be useful in all things.” 

― Miyamoto MusashiThe Book of Five Rings: Miyamoto Musashi


“When you decide to attack, keep calm and dash in quickly, forestalling the enemy...attack with a feeling of constantly crushing the enemy, from first to last.” 

― Miyamoto MusashiA Book of Five Rings: The Classic Guide to Strategy


“It is said the warrior's is the twofold Way of pen and sword, and he should have a taste for both Ways.” 

― Miyamoto MusashiA Book of Five Rings: The Classic Guide to Strategy



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My new hero: 



:D i am actually happy seeing the results after this other guy made me laugh with his screams .. and that other guy looks all buff making the other one look like an underdog. As the say  .. it's in the size of the fight in the dog .. anyway .. did you notice his angel of death tattoo? or skeletor??? .. masha Allah .. with such a tattoo he can't be an easy guy to fight with  ^_^

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He has a swastika and Got Mitt Uns tattoos though, so better not to have such people as heroes.

What's interesting is that these symbols have older and other meanings, for instance Daesh uses a flag that says there's one God, which also is not Daesh's own invention. In England there's a racist hate group called English Defence League, and they use the less well known English flag (as opposed to the common UK one), and although it makes us uncomfortable sometimes when these kinds of symbols are used by non-extremist people for the original/intended use, we need to remember that they are good people and unlikely to be supporters of the extremist hijackers of the symbol. It would be pretty controversial to ban a positive or neutral symbol any time an extremist group (mis)uses it.

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He has a swastika and Got Mitt Uns tattoos though, so better not to have such people as heroes.


i couldn't find the swastika , but the sentence Gott Mit Uns, means literally in German "God with Us" .. nothing wrong with that ..


and here is Dalai Lama with a swastika




but i do admit it's kind of strange to have Gott mit uns with a skull coincidentally below it. Maybe he's a Russian Nazi or ex Nazi for all we know:


anyway, here is a discussion going on about this:




also here is an explanation that Russians in communist prisons used to adopt Nazi symbology, not because they agreed with Hitler, but because it goes against communism:



The Vor v Zakone stem from a time when millions of criminals were put in prison camps operated by the Communist regime. They hated the camps and the regime and considered them mortal enemies. Meanwhile, the Nazis had invaded Russian and were locked in a bitter conflict with the Communist forces. So, in keeping with the theory that the enemy of my enemy is my friend, the inmates began to use Nazi symbolism.

Thus the symbols do not represent the adoption of Nazi political views. Instead, they are intended to insult and defy the Communist regime and by extension, government authority in general. “I hate you so much”, the wearer is saying, “that I will wear the symbols of your worst enemies.”

Russian prison guard Danzig Baldaev photographed tattoos in St Petersburg's notorious Kresty Prison for over 40 years. He published a book several years ago which was translated into English and released as the two-volume Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopaedia.

In the book he notes that even the strongest Nazi symbols and slogans generally “have absolutely nothing to do with Hitler or National Socialism”. Instead, they symbolise the wearer’s “refusal to submit to the prison and camp administration and also... a total refusal to cooperate in any way with the Soviet authorities”.

That said, Aleks’ association with the Russian Slavic Union (RSU) makes his tattoos a little more ambiguous.

RSU’s slogans are “Russian Power” and “Russia for the Russians”. Members have a habit of throwing Nazi salutes whenever there is a camera nearby - and their symbol is a stylised swastika. Aleks has appeared in a few friendly photos, and his name has appeared on lists of past and present members, but as he has never been seen wearing any of the group’s outfits or t-shirts, the measure of his involvement is not well established.

As for the criminal connotations of Aleks’ tattoos, the days when a person with such images would risk injury or death by wearing a tattoo they had not earned have now passed. Again, World War Two was a key period. Stalin offered amnesty to prisoners that agreed to join the army. However, many returned to criminality at the end of the war and thus found themselves in prison once again.





anyway, this fighter has more than just physical fighting in his head obviously. He's deeper than what meets the eye.

maybe we can find an interview with him addressing these .. i'm sure he is expecting some kind of backlash .. 

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So he is half Hindu/half German Protestant.. :D

swastika is on his knee, i think he said that it is Slavic mythology swastika but it is still a pagan sign, yet he has Orthodox Christian cross tatooted as well.. on the other hand his brother Fedor is friends with Putin and he just commemorated 9th May a few weeks ago.

in my opinion its just too much to say that such and such person to be heroes.

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^^^ now i understand why Emilianko wants to specialize in boxing. His brother is a boxing genius , and mastered one choke, and 3 arm locks max, which he applies perfectly. But boxing is his biggest strength, with his fast paced spirit of course. And he has a good low kick, which makes his opponents even more nervous, even though he hardly ever uses it. Just symbolically mostly as a distraction and getting his opponent off balance. Good fighter for sure masha Allah .. Also, i can understand why his brother says he'll never fight him and that he's stronger than him. Although Emilianko has a more poisonous an precise punch from what i've seen. Anyway, western boxing is really a great basis for fighting .. 

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A woman in Cheltenham, England used her martial arts skills to great effect when she put a would-be rapist to sleep with a triangle choke.


One day after a mixed martial artist in Florida foiled a bank robber, a story has emerged from across the pond in England about a Gloucestershire woman who rendered her sex attacker unconscious with a triangle choke in the middle of the night.

The unidentified woman was walking to her Cheltenham home at around 2 AM last August when 39-year-old Mark Willis grabbed and punched her several times before forcing her to the ground and mounting her. But the woman, who had two years of kickboxing under her belt and had taken a self-defense course, fought back in a big way. According to The Telegraph, the woman told the Gloucester Crown Court jury that she tried to break his arm with an armbar, but when that didn't work she went for a triangle choke and put him to sleep.

"I was stunned for a moment. Again I could feel him grabbing between my legs and pulling at my clothes. My legs were still free so I lifted my left leg up onto his shoulder and around the back of his neck. I crossed my right leg over and squeezed together as hard as I could.

"He seemed to struggle for air - which was the point! His head was locked down. He lifted his right hand and literally pounded as hard as he could on the side of my face.

"I closed my eyes and held it for as long as I could hoping he would pass out in a few seconds. Then I felt his body go limp. I thought he had lost consciousness or run out of air. I flipped him off, rolled over and crawled through the bushes to the door of the house. I could hear footsteps as he ran away and then a car starting."

The man was captured shortly thereafter by police and arrested.

Willis, who was previously jailed in 2011 for punching a man and then dragging his girlfriend away to his van, admitted to causing bodily harm but denied any sexual assault charges. The denial was meaningless to the jury, who convicted him of the charge. He'll be sentenced at a later date.

Meanwhile, the woman was awarded £500 (roughly $777 US), which Judge William Hart called "a tiny token of the court's appreciation of what she has done to bring about the apprehension of Mr Willis. It is just a mark of the court's gratitude."



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