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May Allah raise the status of Saasa ibn Sohan Al abdi  to the highest rank a human can have. The shia of Ali (as) will never be left alone by the oppressors of this world. 

May Allah curse the people who did this heinous crime and throw them in to the fire of hell. 

 

A lecture about this great companion:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4kQfjaDVK4

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When will the Shias of Bahrain finally pick up arms. I mean what on earth are they waiting for. The leader of the main opposition has been arrested whats next.

 

 

Bahrain is an island - it is very difficult to smuggle weaponry  on to it. If an armed conflict broke out, there would need to be a steady supply of arms coming in to the country and given the geographical scenario - that's virtually impossible. 

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for those on facebook there is a group here called "free bahrain now", and i am also likewise surprised about lack of activity in it.

 

https://www.facebook.com/freebahrainnow

 

the admin posts quite a lot but ridiculously few 'likes' and comments. if somebody knows of other facebook groups on the topic please share.

 

(wasalam)

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bismilah

 

(salam)

 

here i found a page that is solely for bahrain issues, and bigger as well, also through it one can find other Bahrain pages for possible info, awareness and support:

 

https://www.facebook.com/Occupy.BH

 

اللَّهُمَّ صَلِّ عَلَى مُحَمَّدٍ وآلِ مُحَمَّدٍ وعَجِّلْ فَرَجَهُمْ

 

fi aman ilah

 

(wasalam)

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A High Angle View Footage Of #Bahrain 27th September Rally

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVnlxd2e9Lg

Pro democracy masses flood streets in Bahrain rejecting the dictatorial rule

Bahraini masses from different factions and political backgrounds gathered today in a gigantic rally protesting the dictatorial rule and persisting on demands for democratic transition in Bahrain.

Hundreds of thousands of Bahrainis marched streets, west of the capital Manama, stressing that they will not give in on their demands for build a state of democracy, justices and equality and an end to the state of monopoly and tyranny. 

The huge masses raised the Bahraini national flag and chanted slogans stressing on the continuation of the revolution until the legitimate demands for democracy are fulfilled.

The participators in the gigantic rally expressed the following:

1- The peaceful revolution will continue until the Bahraini people's legitimate demands for freedom, equality, democracy and respect of human rights are met, we will continue our struggle day and night, no matter the sacrifices.

Our message to the regime is that its repression campaigns, home raids, arbitrary arrests, unfair trials against innocent people, collective punishments on residential areas and its use of excessive force will only make us more persistent to continue our revolution. 

2- We, the participators in the 27 September Rally demand to implement the constitutional principle that states "the people are the source of all powers" so all the Bahraini people can be able to elect a parliament that enjoys full legislative and monitoring powers, and to elect the Government either directly or through the representatives, we also demand an independent judiciary, financial and administrative wise, in place of the current state where the dynasty is controlling all powers.

3- We, the participators in the rally, demand the release of all political prisoners in the revolution and that add up to 2800 citizens since 14th February 2011.

4- We, the protesters in the 27thSeptember rally, plea to the international community to work for the protection of the people of Bahrain from the serious violations perpetrated by the regime since March 2011 and to date. We demand the international community to genuinely act to bring Bahrain to live up to its pledges by implementing the recommendations of both the Bassiouni report and the UN Human Rights Council and by lifting the ban on the presence of the international media and human rights organizations.

5- We also demand the international community to stand on the right side of history by contributing to achieving democratic transition in Bahrain.

27th September 2013

 

 

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It seems like no one cares about the destruction of this great companion's burial place. I don't think any major news out let has ran this story... not even shia news outlets.

 

brother, since the (village of Askar) ,where the shrine located turned to a military base no one can even go around to see what's happening there  

furthermore, 30 mosque were destroyed by the regime, support of the government, the "Pro-regime" parliament and the Saudi army

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Bahrain is an island - it is very difficult to smuggle weaponry  on to it. If an armed conflict broke out, there would need to be a steady supply of arms coming in to the country and given the geographical scenario - that's virtually impossible. 

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 Yes, God Bless the endurance, the perseverance, of the 'common citizenry,' to employ a rather Britishy way of saying it, of that Muslim island that is land of the people of Bahrain.

 

 No one wants a people to rise up only in such as way as each who speaks is only to be gunned down by those who are more readily able to bear deadly force against them. People had said of the Africans in Suid Afrika much the same, i.e. why didn't they do something if they were so dissatisfied with the status quo, but all of the people of South Africa did hold the more dominant and the more deadly force pinned down in good time, and we see again the racist American "liberal" Whites who again came in quickly to claim a place shoulder to shoulder with the "elite" of the new leadership just as soon as American "liberal" racist Whites saw with which ones and with whom to cast their White global racist influence and friendship in the new arrangement.

 

 But Bahrainis do much better at reading Quran. And so better they have a really good prayer life in the meantime than a good firearm.

 

As God Wills it.

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