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Life Of Sunni Muslims In Iran

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Nonsense, as if the governments differentiate between Shirazi Shia and Khamenai Shia, whatever that is. It is only some ideological Shias who make the difference.

Yes governments and politicians differentiate and ofcourse USA differentiates big time. Only ignorant people think that they are smart and know everything and run the streets while everyone else is stupid, while the stupid people in your eyes are manipulating the whole world.

Hassan Shahata was a Shirazi supporter, he was killed in Egypt.

In Bahrain Shirazi Hawza and house/office was destroyed.

In Syria Shirazi Hawza was destroyed and Shirazi scholars and supporters killed.

And without the Shirazis Shia would be nowhere on half(or all) of the places in the Middle East and in the West, including Iran(revolution wouldn't be successful without Shirazi support), Lebanon and Syria(Hassan Shirazi's big support).

It shows that you have no clue on nothing and can't do anything else, except for blaming Shirazis for all your problems

Im not gonna go through them one by one because you are popping names and Hawzas here and there. If you saw what I said clearly, BEFORE in Bahrain it was mostly pro-Shirazi, and after sectarian problems occur ofcourse nothing will stop anyone from anything.

And the rest you said, is yapping..

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One thing is for sure. The arab governments have a problem with political Shiaism. They wouldn't care less if shias restricted themselves to simply to day to day acts of Shia Islam. Why is it for so long that the Shias is Qatif survived? It is now when they (Qatif shias) are finally trying to exert themselves politically that they are being targetted. Same goes for Bahrain. The Bahraini monarchs wouldn't harass Shias if they left the monarchs to their acts. In Egypt, the martyrdom of Shaheed Hasan Shahata, and the persecution of Shias again is mainly because of the perceived Iranian threat or incursion into the most populous ( and politically and culturally important) Arab state. 

 

The arab monarchs view political Shiaism as an existential threat to their existence.  They have seen the "game changing" power of the Islamic revolution and they will do anything to stop it even if it means releasing prisoners and sending them to syria behead civilians. The more threatened and endangered they feel, the more they will crank up the anti-Shia rhetoric on the airways. The best way to defeat them is to reach out to the sunni, and convince them that the monarchs and the army generals are using to sectarianism to keep the majority of sunnis in the dark. Some sunnis have woken up. Many will follow inshallah.

 

Salman

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One thing is for sure. The arab governments have a problem with political Shiaism. They wouldn't care less if shias restricted themselves to simply to day to day acts of Shia Islam. Why is it for so long that the Shias is Qatif survived? It is now when they (Qatif shias) are finally trying to exert themselves politically that they are being targetted. Same goes for Bahrain. The Bahraini monarchs wouldn't harass Shias if they left the monarchs to their acts. In Egypt, the martyrdom of Shaheed Hasan Shahata, and the persecution of Shias again is mainly because of the perceived Iranian threat or incursion into the most populous ( and politically and culturally important) Arab state. 

 

The arab monarchs view political Shiaism as an existential threat to their existence.  They have seen the "game changing" power of the Islamic revolution and they will do anything to stop it even if it means releasing prisoners and sending them to syria behead civilians. The more threatened and endangered they feel, the more they will crank up the anti-Shia rhetoric on the airways. The best way to defeat them is to reach out to the sunni, and convince them that the monarchs and the army generals are using to sectarianism to keep the majority of sunnis in the dark. Some sunnis have woken up. Many will follow inshallah.

 

Salman

 

 

Shiites and Iranians have always been considered danger to the colonial regimes of the Persian Gulf.

 

Before Saudi Arabia was established and afterwards.

 

Political Shiism is not the cause.

 

 

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One thing is for sure. The arab governments have a problem with political Shiaism. They wouldn't care less if shias restricted themselves to simply to day to day acts of Shia Islam. Why is it for so long that the Shias is Qatif survived? It is now when they (Qatif shias) are finally trying to exert themselves politically that they are being targetted. Same goes for Bahrain. The Bahraini monarchs wouldn't harass Shias if they left the monarchs to their acts. In Egypt, the martyrdom of Shaheed Hasan Shahata, and the persecution of Shias again is mainly because of the perceived Iranian threat or incursion into the most populous ( and politically and culturally important) Arab state. 

 

The arab monarchs view political Shiaism as an existential threat to their existence.  They have seen the "game changing" power of the Islamic revolution and they will do anything to stop it even if it means releasing prisoners and sending them to syria behead civilians. The more threatened and endangered they feel, the more they will crank up the anti-Shia rhetoric on the airways. The best way to defeat them is to reach out to the sunni, and convince them that the monarchs and the army generals are using to sectarianism to keep the majority of sunnis in the dark. Some sunnis have woken up. Many will follow inshallah.

 

Salman

From before the Islamic Republic of Iran many didnt care about Shia because our Maraji' were so traditional and stayed out of everything, while after the revolution led by Imam Khomeini he not only changed the Shia mentality, but he changed the world.

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Sunnis in Iran are not a monolithic community. Whoever claims this is a Salafist, purely ignorant or a liar. Salafism is a criminal cult that hijacks the word Sunni and reduces it to a singular entity. They are the product of the colonial institutionalization enforced by Ibn al Wahhab and the British empire, instrumental in the destruction of the Ottoman Empire. This cult seeks its victims in the slums of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bradfordistan. While Wahhabism contains Arab Bedouin supremacist theories, Salafism is exported to produce Talafis i.e. those who worship modern Persian Gulf Bedouin culture, speech, clothing, etc. Although tolerated in Iran, various leaders from Iran's non-Shi'a Islamic communities have demanded their immediate persecution.

There are some Islamic schools such as the Shafi'is and Hanafis in Iran, who are protected by the Iranian constitution and freely profess their school.

Iran has no reason to ban them, because all of these schools emerged from Iranian scholarship and thus belong to Iran's cultural heritage.

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Bradfordistan? Isn't that what the racist say about Bradford? Because of our strong Pakistani community?

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In Egypt, the martyrdom of Shaheed Hasan Shahata, and the persecution of Shias again is mainly because of the perceived Iranian threat or incursion into the most populous ( and politically and culturally important) Arab state. 

 

The Egyptians are still living in a fantasy world and they need to wake up. Why are they so afraid and focused on what they perceive as "Iranian/Shiism" threat, while at teh same time, the real and only threat is at their doorstep (Israel). Israel is their ultimate threat and they know this, they need to stop whining about all the trivial issues like Shiism and whatnot.

Oh, so Shiism is an existential threat, but Wahabbism and Salafism are not?? Would the Egyptian Govt please explain this?? In fact, the Shia killings that occured in June of this year, were a product of fundamentalist Salafi mentality and their twisted perceived right to practice Takfir. Look at where that has gotten them? Blood being spilled in their society, not to mention chaos and uncivilised backwardness. I don't think these atrocious acts against humanity were even condemned. And even if they were, I bet the nationals did not even care or were skeptical if the victims were really Shias. 

 

If people in Egyptian society want to convert to Shiism, they will do so. Can the Egyptian govt stop them what they do in their privacy? They need to stop being paranoid and target their focus on Israel, which is sitting right next door all happy and smiling that their country is politically unstable with a power vacuum, which makes them a weak adversary. In fact a few years ago before the revolution, many Egyptians used to complain that the main cause of all their economic and political troubles was Israel, because it sought pleasure out of making Egypt a weak country. Israel wants nothing but chaos and weakness in all Muslim societies. Its about time they got this. 

Edited by Mlle. Advice

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