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Wahhabi Sheiks Now Allowing Homosexuality

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Hardly surprising at all.

I think any sane person recognizes that Wahhabism is a global terrorist thug ideology that exploits the gross ignorance of the isolated arab, north african, and asian populations. Young "men" (for lack of a better word) are recruited to carry out military operations that serve the interests of a few warlords. These interests include weapons sales, oil sales, pressuring other groups and governments for political gains, among other things.

To this end, you must anticipate that they are willing to issue any fatwa whatsoever, with absolutely no regard to whether or not it has a justifiable basis, ideologically. When the goal is materialistic, and there is no moral principle to restrain them, no fear of any accountability, no concern of a popular backfire (since the general Sunni population of the world refuses to accept that there is an organized Saudi effort behind these groups), and no conscience to make them feel guilty for what they've done (that's if it isn't their true aspiration to completely destroy the Islamic society from the inside out); then you should expect the absolute worst from them. From a terrorist Wahhabi "cleric's" perspective: if they need to rape girls, or hump each other, or hump goats, to carry out the military orders we give them, and they want a fatwa so they don't feel guilty about it, let them have their damn fatwa. 

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Once again, some unlikely-sounding accusation is made against Wahhabis, and ShiaChat laps it up without a moment's pause for thought. You guys did catch the fact that this was on Egyptian TV, and was used to attack the Muslim Brotherhood, right? If you are even vaguely aware of what is going on in Egypt then that alone should make you cautious. Then there is the fact that not a shred of evidence was produced, despite him claiming that there was a video clip proving his claims. So why not show it? Why is it no documents, videos, or audios are ever produced to back up these claims?

Once again, I will ask a simple question. Why on earth would a Wahhabi make such a ridiculous fatwa, when instead he could simply say that women on the opposing side can be taken as captives of war?

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Once again, some unlikely-sounding accusation is made against Wahhabis, and ShiaChat laps it up without a moment's pause for thought. You guys did catch the fact that this was on Egyptian TV, and was used to attack the Muslim Brotherhood, right? If you are even vaguely aware of what is going on in Egypt then that alone should make you cautious. Then there is the fact that not a shred of evidence was produced, despite him claiming that there was a video clip proving his claims. So why not show it? Why is it no documents, videos, or audios are ever produced to back up these claims?

Once again, I will ask a simple question. Why on earth would a Wahhabi make such a ridiculous fatwa, when instead he could simply say that women on the opposing side can be taken as captives of war?

 

In essence, I agree with you. We should not be quick to take these types of articles/stories as truth, and should always question the accuracy/source. I disagree, however, with your assessment that this is 'unlikely-sounding' (for the reasons I've outlined above). Could this possibly be a fabrication? Yes. Could it be an attempt to defame the Wahhabis? Yes. And both of those are things that we don't condone. But, what makes this a concerning matter is HOW fatwas are issued by these Wahhabi sheikhs, without undergoing any scholarly scrutiny and a sort of "peer-review" process. They're set up in a way that their fatwas aren't subject to the criticism of other Sunni scholars, they're issued behind closed-doors, and they are typically created for a short term tactical purpose (and they consistently display a preference of short-term tactic over long term ideological impact).

 

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