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Quds Fury ? Don't be Angry!

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6 hours ago, Hussaini624 said:


can you please provide a translation to what he is saying in English? Thanks.

He is quoting the prophet's  noble narration ( yes he said al hadith al nabawi al sharif XD) that says "Anger is from Satan" advising muslims not to get angry and be furious for al quds because it is against the teachings of the prophet and because those who call for protests are "suspicious" groups, seeking their "selfish" goals.

He also quoted the Quranic verse " wal-kazemina alghaitha wal-3afeen 3an alnas" XD Those who control their angers and forgive people.

Then he concluded by wishing us a blessed Friday "Jum'ah Mubarakah"


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dont get angry eh?


‘Don’t buy from Arabs’, says Israeli Defense Minister

Published time: 10 Dec, 2017 13:52

Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman has called on his fellow citizens to boycott the Palestinian market of the Wadi Ara region of north-east Israel, after riots broke out there on Saturday over the American decision to move their embassy to Jerusalem. Three people were injured when protesters began hurling stones at a bus. “I am calling for a boycott of Wadi Ara. Don’t go there and don’t buy there. They need to understand that it is impossible to demonstrate with Hezbollah flags, Palestinian flags and pictures of [Hezbollah leader Hassan] Nasrallah. To accept billions from the National Insurance [Institute] and to also destroy us from within,” Haaretz quoted Lieberman telling Army Radio.


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1 hour ago, Chaotic Muslem said:

those who call for protests are "suspicious" groups, seeking their "selfish" goals.

What is more selfish than to consider this a futile thing? Nothing is more political than the above statement.


What really bothers me is that people do not realize that this is just an effect of the occupation that started in the last century.

Are people surprised now?

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The occupied have the right to resist the occupation. It's a different case when your home is being destroyed and your people are being beaten, jailed and killed every day, including women, children and the elderly. I appreciate the need to try and calm things down, but you don’t tell people who are suffering, and have been suffering for an extremely long time, from constant oppression and aggression to ‘not be angry.’ Islam is a religion of peace but it is also a religion of justice. 

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