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Iran And Syria To Start Anti Wahabi Tv Channel

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Iran shouldn't lower itself to the same low standerd as all those anti-Shia channels. Iran's strength is that it doesn't lower itself into the mud throwing as those Gulf Arab Channels do. More and more people (Sunni) are getting very tired and pissed off by this constant negativity of those Wahabbi whose vocubalary doesn't seem to go any further than Kufr, Fitna, Shirk, Rafidhi and Kelb. Iran keep your head up and don't go there also, that is just exactly what those Wahabbi's want you to do, so they can use that as ammunition against you.  

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Iran shouldn't lower itself to the same low standerd as all those anti-Shia channels. Iran's strength is that it doesn't lower itself into the mud throwing as those Gulf Arab Channels do. More and more people (Sunni) are getting very tired and pissed off by this constant negativity of those Wahabbi whose vocubalary doesn't seem to go any further than Kufr, Fitna, Shirk, Rafidhi and Kelb. Iran keep your head up and don't go there also, that is just exactly what those Wahabbi's want you to do, so they can use that as ammunition against you.  

 

Those channels are anti-Shia.

 

This channel is not anti-Sunni, it is anti-Wahabi.

 

And that's the distinction.

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As if secular Syria and Islamist Iran have the same view about Islam...

 

That's the problem with looking at labels and facades instead of substance. You're probably the type of dude who compares Bashar al-Asad to Saddam Hussein because Syria is ruled by the "Ba'th Party."

 

 

Does Syria stand against sectarian violence and extremism? Yes.

Does Syria support a multipolar world? Yes.

Does Syria suppress the religious establishment (of any religion)? No.

Does Syria defend itself culturally, politically, economically, and militarily from subversion and sabotage? Yes.

Does Syria adopt a resistant policy toward the Zionists and other aggressors? Yes.

Does Syrian television/movies/entertainment etc... propagate immoral lifestyles (like in, say, Egypt)? No.

 

So in what way are Syria and Iran so DRAMATICALLY different, simply because one is "Islamic" and the other, "secular?" Should Iran align itself with Saudi Arabia, which claims to be implementing sharia?

 

There is a reason the relationship between Iran and Syria has been so organic since the triumph of the Islamic Revolution. It is because there is very rarely an area on which the two countries are at odds with one another.

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That's the problem with looking at labels and facades instead of substance. You're probably the type of dude who compares Bashar al-Asad to Saddam Hussein because Syria is ruled by the "Ba'th Party."

 

 

Does Syria stand against sectarian violence and extremism? Yes.

Does Syria support a multipolar world? Yes.

Does Syria suppress the religious establishment (of any religion)? No.

Does Syria defend itself culturally, politically, economically, and militarily from subversion and sabotage? Yes.

Does Syria adopt a resistant policy toward the Zionists and other aggressors? Yes.

Does Syrian television/movies/entertainment etc... propagate immoral lifestyles (like in, say, Egypt)? No.

 

So in what way are Syria and Iran so DRAMATICALLY different, simply because one is "Islamic" and the other, "secular?" Should Iran align itself with Saudi Arabia, which claims to be implementing sharia?

 

There is a reason the relationship between Iran and Syria has been so organic since the triumph of the Islamic Revolution. It is because there is very rarely an area on which the two countries are at odds with one another.

 

Well, each one of them can hae his own channel.

Does Syria believe religion should be mixed with politics? No.

Is Syria majority Shia? No.

Should Iran defend the first three caliphs or speak good of them? No.

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Well, each one of them can hae his own channel.

Does Syria believe religion should be mixed with politics? No.

Is Syria majority Shia? No.

 

You answered the reason for the first "no," with the second "no."

 

Syria is not religiously monolithic, like Iran. Syria has Alawis, Sunnis, and Christians. So in principle, it would not make sense to desire an Iranian-style Islamic government in Syria. Firstly because you have a significant portion of the population who are not Muslims. And secondly, because even amongst the Muslims, there are more Sunnis than Alawis. We have seen a taste of what a Syrian "Islamic government" would look like in the scenes of rebel-occupied villages. It is not desirable for any sane, rational person.

 

We may as well demand that Cuba implement an Islamic government.

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Its never too late. Before chanting death to america  how about start chanting death to salafi wahabi deobandi and worry more about them because saudi israel usa are using these terrorist sects to destroy muslim countries.

 

You answered your own question with the bolded part

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