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Ayatullah Nimr Al Nimr Executed [OFFICIAL THREAD]

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5 hours ago, Sumayyeh said:

Saudi embassy in Tehran put on fire by protesters:

 

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TEHRAN, Iran – Iran's president on Sunday, January 3, condemned the Saudi execution of a Shiite cleric but also denounced attacks on the Sunni kingdom's embassy and consulate as "totally unjustifiable" after protesters stormed the compounds.

The actions last night by a group of radicals in Tehran and Mashhad leading to damage at the Saudi embassy and consulate are totally unjustifiable, as the buildings should be legally and religiously protected in the Islamic Republic of Iran," Hassan Rouhani said, quoted by the official IRNA news agency.

At least 44 people were arrested late Saturday for storming the diplomatic missions in Tehran and Mashhad after Saudi Arabia announced it had executed prominent Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr and 46 other men on "terrorism" charges.

In Tehran, protesters threw petrol bombs and stormed the embassy. The kingdom's consulate in Mashhad, Iran's second biggest city in the country's northeast, was also set on fire.

But Rouhani criticized Saudi Arabia for killing Nimr.

"I have no doubt that the Saudi government has damaged its image, more than before, among the countries in the world – in particular [among] Islamic countries – by this un-Islamic act," he said in a statement.

Yet, the people of Iran "will not allow rogue elements" to use the incident and "carry out illegal actions that damage the dignity of the Islamic republic establishment," he added.

"I call on the interior minister to identify the perpetrators of this attack with firm determination and introduce them to the judiciary... so that there will be an end to such appalling actions once and for all."

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5 minutes ago, magma said:

You're joking right?

No I'm not joking. For Syrian Sunni's, Saudi Sunni's, Gulf Sunni's, Iran's militias are 'attacking Muslims' in Syria. From Iranian Shia, Lebanese Shia, Iraqi Shia perspective, Saudi militias are 'attacking Muslims'. Both are counterproductive allegations that are dangerous. In reality it's a proxy war between Iran and KSA. The immediate interest is the national interest of both parties and not about Muslims. I don't see point of trying to present this as some sort of religious struggle. It's simply not true. Whoever sees this as holy religious struggle has psychological issues. But if you want to make it religious issue go ahead, then your enemy will mimic your strategy and it will get nobody anywhere. 

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10 minutes ago, Zendegi said:

 

Two points that are noteworthy:

1) No one was actually inside the embassies or got hurt during the protests.

2) Timing of Shaheed Nimr's execution (according to some reports): 

The fact that the embassies were readily available for damage and blazing fires by the seemingly "religious" and "Hizbollahi" protesters in Iran, was coincided by Saudi's wish to fan the flames to tensions/unrest in the midst of the current parliamentary elections** taking place. It's not a coincidence that Shaeed Nimr's execution sentence was actually released about month ago, but that this actually took place right at the beginning of election fervor in Iran.

**parliamentary election refers to: Islamic Consultative Assembly and the Assembly of Experts in Iran.

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Molavi Abdul Hamid--Prominent Sunni cleric and Friday Prayer Leader in Zahedan, Iran: Expressed his pain upon the news of Shaheed Sheikh Nimr, and emphasized that his letter to Saudi's kingdom on behalf of Sunni clerics for the release of Sheikh Nimr went unanswered.

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http://www.farsnews.com/13941012001019

 

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Why Iran would wait for all these little islands and western lapdogs to severe diplomatic relations?

The wise thing was not to burn the embassy and switch the world/media attention to Iranians burning and taking over embassies (media/govs already talking about and the US embassy takeover decades ago), instead of talking about the 'victim' who is Ayatollah Nimr, and the oppression and discrimination of Shia minority under the brutal Takfiri monarchist of Saudi.... the wise thing was to send Saudi diplomats and close down their embassy and same to Iranians' in Saudi in protest of Saudi brutality in the Muslim world, specifically for killing an Islamic scholar unjustly over a given speech in the mosque.

It is not late for Iran to close down Gulf states embassies and declare them sectarian, mass-murderers of minorities and for supporting the destruction of Syria, Iraq, Yemen, and other countries in the Muslim world by arming and supporting the terrorist groups.

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Just now, Al-Hussayni said:

So Iran, Khamenei & co have condemned the brutal executions and just from observation, it seems everyone has sprung to life all of a sudden. I suppose they need to sort out the human rights mess in their country before condemning others but seriously....Where was everyone before this all happened?? Why didn't Iran and the Arab Shi'as come together against this beforehand? People organising protests, people changing their profile pics to Sheikh al-nimr etc.  Its all a little too late now...why weren't people doing all this before!? 

I'm happy for him actually, Sheikh Nimer is in God's hands now. He died for the one true reason in this world which is his religion. I hope he's doing doaa for us. and because he was a follower of ahlulbayt and a true committed individual who feared nothing, the whole world now knows about him and the shias are uniting against the oppressors, doing all these protests and 'riots'. :) 
 

14:42 وَلاَ تَحْسَبَنَّ اللّهَ غَافِلاً عَمَّا يَعْمَلُ الظَّالِمُونَ إِنَّمَا يُؤَخِّرُهُمْ لِيَوْمٍ تَشْخَصُ فِيهِ الأَبْصَارُ

4:93  وَمَنْ يَقْتُلْ مُؤْمِنًا مُتَعَمِّدًا فَجَزَاؤُهُ جَهَنَّمُ خَالِدًا فِيهَا وَغَضِبَ اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَلَعَنَهُ وَأَعَدَّ لَهُ عَذَابًا عَظِيمًا

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Salaams all. 

A little bit of a quagmire here. I just learned from some research that Ayatollah Nimr was a follower of Shirazi and has tugged on Sunni sensitivities of their revered ones by cursing and what not. I'm just wondering now, though, was he a unifying factor for both Shias and Sunnis? Was he a changed person?

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Since the dajjalis have already mobilized and ignited wars, because always their purpose was to kill the opposition to make the endgame easier on them. As the time draws near and the signs fulfill themselves, they are all getting more and more careless of all consequences. They want to kill as many as they can while we are still unarmed and unorganized and unaware.

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how do we know he was actually killed? I'm sure he was, i'm just curious to know if anyone thinks he may still be being kept alive somewhere...

"The sheikh's brother, Mohammed al-Nimr, has told The Associated Press that Saudi officials informed his family that the cleric had been buried in an undisclosed cemetery, a development that could lead to further protests."

http://bigstory.ap.org/article/0493ae445d5643e99a7ea725ccf9ffc6/latest-iran-says-saudis-made-strategic-mistake

 

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2 hours ago, khamosh21 said:

how do we know he was actually killed? I'm sure he was, i'm just curious to know if anyone thinks he may still be being kept alive somewhere...

"The sheikh's brother, Mohammed al-Nimr, has told The Associated Press that Saudi officials informed his family that the cleric had been buried in an undisclosed cemetery, a development that could lead to further protests."

http://bigstory.ap.org/article/0493ae445d5643e99a7ea725ccf9ffc6/latest-iran-says-saudis-made-strategic-mistake

 

He was killed.

There is no better time than this for the people of Eastern Saudi to stand against Saudi brutality and punch them in the throat. How low these Sons of Muhawiya (LA) can get for not handing over the body of Ayt. Nimr and burying him in an undisclosed cemetery?

Saudis wanted to avenge the war that they alongside other dogs like Bahrain, Sudan and Gulf states are losing in Yemen... but inshallah it is another war that they just started and will lose veryyyyyy badly.

 

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I was wondering, does this make Shahid Sheikh Nimr the sixth martyr (Shahid Sadis)? He was executed by a misguided Sunni government much like the other "five Shia Shahids".

I think it would also prove to be a good political tool against the house of Saud.

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15 hours ago, FalconofMisk said:

No I'm not joking. For Syrian Sunni's, Saudi Sunni's, Gulf Sunni's, Iran's militias are 'attacking Muslims' in Syria. From Iranian Shia, Lebanese Shia, Iraqi Shia perspective, Saudi militias are 'attacking Muslims'. Both are counterproductive allegations that are dangerous. In reality it's a proxy war between Iran and KSA. The immediate interest is the national interest of both parties and not about Muslims. I don't see point of trying to present this as some sort of religious struggle. It's simply not true. Whoever sees this as holy religious struggle has psychological issues. But if you want to make it religious issue go ahead, then your enemy will mimic your strategy and it will get nobody anywhere. 

Lets get a reality check here. Everybody keeps talking about the 'poor oppressed Sunni'. Disenfranchised and killed by the wicked 'Shias'.

After you take out the Kurds and all the minority groups Sunni Arabs are approximately 70% of the population

Assad controls areas which account for 70% of the Syrian population including Sunnis

65% of the Syrian army fighting is Sunni.

No doubt Assad army has committed some atrocities but 65% of that army is Sunni.

If this was a Sunni Shia battle the army would have defected in year one and the so called 'resistance' wouldn't be composed of 1/3 foriegn fighters

https://www.ctc.usma.edu/posts/syrias-sunnis-and-the-regimes-resilience

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You can't blame the protesters for the fire at the Saudi embassy in Iran. In a sea of hundreds of thousands of people, one well-paid instigator could have sparked that damage. 

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Saudi civil aviation stops all flights to Iran, ban its citizens from travelling

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Al-Jubeir said, however, that Iranian pilgrims were still welcome to visit Saudi Arabia’s holy sites of Mecca and Medina.

"There is no escalation on the part of Saudi Arabia. Our moves are all reactive. It is the Iranians who went into Lebanon. It is the Iranians who sent their Qods Force and their Revolutionary Guards into Syria," he said demanding Tehran "act like a normal country" before any talks of restoring the severed diplomatic relations.

 

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50 minutes ago, hameedeh said:

You can't blame the protesters for the fire at the Saudi embassy in Iran. In a sea of hundreds of thousands of people, one well-paid instigator could have sparked that damage. 

Thank you.

It is also noteworthy that just 3 years ago, the Iranian embassy in Lebanon was fired up in a deliberate killing spree of Iranian ambassadors at the hands of Saudis...

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51 minutes ago, hameedeh said:

You can't blame the protesters for the fire at the Saudi embassy in Iran. In a sea of hundreds of thousands of people, one well-paid instigator could have sparked that damage. 

Not blaming the protesters, that sort of thing was expected.  It isn't the hardest thing in the world for a capable regime to establish a perimeter and protect the embassy from what transpired.

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2 hours ago, Noah- said:

He was killed.

There is no better time than this for the people of Eastern Saudi to stand against Saudi brutality and punch them in the throat. How low these Sons of Muhawiya (LA) can get for not handing over the body of Ayt. Nimr and burying him in an undisclosed cemetery?

Saudis wanted to avenge the war that they alongside other dogs like Bahrain, Sudan and Gulf states are losing in Yemen... but inshallah it is another war that they just started and will lose veryyyyyy badly.

 

Unfortunately Saudi scums will come down very hard on any meaningful uprising in it's eastern province, everyone witnessed their barbarism in neighboring Bahrain.  It would be better if there was more pressure from outside.

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Saudi king's adviser: we will deal with The nation of Iran in such a way that they will be like the aimless wanderers begging on the streets of Saudi Arabia 

(news source: Isna News Agency)

(in your dreams----Death to Ale Saud!!!)

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LOL

Rome and Berlin ask both Iran and Saudi to calm down and resume relations...

Guys, we have enough headache with refugees and Yemen war and pressure on selling arms and sanctions on Iran by US ... just calm down will ye? for a year at least let the world have peace ...jesus.

 

lol

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On 1/2/2016 at 2:59 AM, Jaabir said:

Ayatullah Nimr Al Nimr Executed

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-35213244

إنا لله وإنا إليه راجعون

Salam Jaabir,

I am so sad that they executed him. :( May God comfort his loved ones and the Shia community, and may God convict the Saudi royal family to voluntarily let go of their power and allow people to have freedom in Arabia if He wills.

Peace and God bless you

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