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On 5/12/2021 at 8:55 AM, Jaabir said:

Go and ask the Hazaras in Dasht e Barchi at the funeral of those forgotten schoolgirls, what they are saying regarding American presence in Afghanistan. Even the most pro-Iran Hazaras are pleading U.S troops to stay and not leave the country in September as they are planning to withdraw,

Okay.

When was US a savior for Afghanistan ever? I mean truth is so wide and clear now.

Who brought Taliban in Afghanistan??? US

Who brought ISIS in Afghanistan? US

What all is happening today in Afghanistan and in the entire middle east is the work of the US. Your talking points look quite political to me. Such narratives come out from people who are pro-US, pro-Occupation, pro-colonialism and have a slave mentality tbh.

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The Grand Ayatollah Sistani’s office issues a message following criminal explosion of Seyyed Al-Shuhada School in Kabul

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SHAFAQNA- The office of Grand Ayatollah Sistani issued a statement following a terrorist attack on students of the Seyyed Al-Shuhada ((عليه السلام)) School in Kabul, which killed more than 63 and injured 150 innocent girls.

According to Shafaqna, the text of the statement is as follows:

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In the Name of God, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful

Inna Lillahi wa Inna Ilayhi Raji’un
(Verily we belong to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) and verily to God do we return)

The horrible crime that killed many girl students of Seyyed Al-Shuhada School in Kabul on the day of the holy Month of Ramadhan and resulted in the martyrdom of tens of people and the wounding of many more, leaves the heart of every free and conscientious person wounded and full of sorrow.

Although for years Afghanistan’s homeless civilians have been brutally attacked by extremist and ruthless groups from time to time, this crime is rare and in some ways more painful.

We offer our deepest condolences to the honorable and oppressed people of Afghanistan, especially to the bereaved families, and we ask God Almighty for their patience and for the injured to be healed immediately.

In the current difficult situation of the dear country of Afghanistan, and given the possibility of extremist groups gaining more power, national unity and solidarity among all ethnic groups and nationalities of this country is more necessary than ever, the government and national and religious leaders and the elders of the Afghan society should think of a way to protect civilians, especially ethnic and religious minorities, from the oppression and crime of terrorist groups, and take appropriate measures.

Muslim countries and the international community also have a duty not to leave the helpless nation of Afghanistan alone in these difficult circumstances and not to allow the sinister plan drawn by the ill-wishers for the future of this country to result in more innocent people being targeted by criminal attacks by extremist groups.

We ask God Almighty to perpetuate the honor and respect of the honorable people of Afghanistan.

27th Ramadhan 1442 AH

The Office of the Grand Ayatollah Sistani- Najaf Ashraf

This news is originally published by Shafaqna Persian and translated by Shafaqna English 

https://en.shafaqna.com/212512/message-from-ayatollah-sistanis-office-following-the-criminal-explosion-of-sayyid-al-shuhada-school-in-kabul/

Original  message has been  written  in Farsi/Persian

https://www.sistani.org/persian/statement/26523/

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Imam Khameni  : "I am deeply sorrowful for the two cases of bloodshed in the Islamic world"

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https://english.khamenei.ir/news/8488/I-am-deeply-sorrowful-for-the-two-cases-of-bloodshed-in-the-Islamic

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A video of the girls of the Sayyid al-Shuhada school in Kabul who wanted to be the future makers of this land

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SHAFAQNA AFGHANISTAN - Those who called themselves "the new generation of this land" and said "we must try to make it a strong country" are lying in the dust tonight. Pictures of the girls of the Sayyid al-Shuhada school in Kabul who were attacked yesterday.

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English  speaking video

https://af.shafaqna.com/FA/452653

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Afghanistan’s Hazara minority group is often subjected to attacks because of their religious affiliation

https://en.shafaqna.com/213094/why-do-afghanistans-shia-hazara-deserve-to-die/

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Video: Expressing the sorrow of the people of Mashhad with the relatives of the victims of the genocide of the school of Sayyid al-Shuhada west of Kabul

 

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SHAFQANA, Afghanistan - The people of Mashhad expressed their condolences to the bereaved people of Afghanistan in the Kabul terrorist incident.

According to the Shafaqna news agency in Afghanistan, a group of people and clerics, holding the Afghan flag, declared their support for the oppressed people of this country against terrorists.

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https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=fa&tl=en&u=https://af.shafaqna.com/FA/453656

https://af.shafaqna.com/FA/453656

 

 

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Message of sympathy for the oppressed children of Palestine with the children of every martyr in Afghanistan:
From Palestine to Afghanistan, one nation, one blood!

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https://af.shafaqna.com/FA/453734

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Afghanistan: Central question is Hazaras’ survival

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Triple targets

The attacks are aimed at undercutting the government’s credibility, exacerbating the sectarian tensions, and undermine civil society activity. Recent attack (Seyyedu Shuhada School) was also an attempt to weaken the current Afghan government by portraying them as unable to protect the country’s minorities. The terrorist group intends to send a message to the government that it still has a presence across Afghanistan and can pose a threat.

 

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Minority rights are part of the general human rights framework

Minority rights are part of the general human rights framework and must be protected through national legislation, appropriate government policies, and the support of the civil society. United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Minorities requires states to protect the existence and identities of minorities, Political youth network told.

https://en.shafaqna.com/213098/afghanistan-the-central-question-is-hazaras-survival/

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On 5/12/2021 at 11:57 PM, Zainuu said:

Okay.

When was US a savior for Afghanistan ever? I mean truth is so wide and clear now.

Who brought Taliban in Afghanistan??? US

Who brought ISIS in Afghanistan? US

What all is happening today in Afghanistan and in the entire middle east is the work of the US. Your talking points look quite political to me. Such narratives come out from people who are pro-US, pro-Occupation, pro-colonialism and have a slave mentality tbh.

Kindly do me a favour and reread the two sentences out of my entire reply you chose to quote in your response. Read it again, over and over until the hamster on the wheel finally starts running fast enough and you've figured out that it isn't me saying the U.S should stay in Afghanistan, *it is the Hazaras* on the ground, at the funeral of those schoolgirls, in Dasht e Barchi, in Afghanistan that are saying *they* would like the U.S troops to stay. I would rather have Iranian troops in Afghanistan to protect them from such attacks instead of U.S troops. Does that satisfy your earth-shattering hypothesis about my "pro-U.S, pro-occupation, pro-colonialism" mentality?

It's Iran's atrocious failure of protecting Shi'as that has led so many Hazaras to choose this other terrible option of wanting the U.S to stay in Afghanistan. Because many of them believe Abdul Ghani can't protect them, many of them believe Iran doesn't care about them unless it's recruiting them to fight in Syria for Iran, many of them believe the "new all-inclusive-modernized Taliban" will target them, forget protecting them. 

Let me get back to my main point and simplify my stances since it seems so many are struggling to grasp what I am saying:

  • Iran sends military equipment, billions of dollars, military advice, etc. to Palestine. Great! It makes statements in support of Palestine and has condemned Israel everyday since May 6th and beyond. Great! Iran declares victory over Israel and boasts about Palestinian groups thanking Iran for their help. Great!
  • Afghan Hazaras and Shi'as are massacred day after day and suffer far worse oppression than Palestine. In fact, Da3esh in their magazine revealed killing even more Hazaras as part of their campaign against the "Rafida" mere days after those schoolgirls were murdered. How many Shi'as can honestly say they even knew about this? Where is Iran?
  • Pakistani Shi'as who fought as part of the Zainabiyoun in Syria return home to Pakistan and are subsequently abducted by Pakistani intelligence agencies and left to either rot or die in Pakistani prisons without their families knowing their fate. When Iran needs them to fight they'll hire them but when they need Iran to help them, where is Iran?
  • Bahraini Shi'as are serving life-sentences for protesting conditions far worse than Palestinians. Can they not use Iranian missiles to defend themselves? Where is Iran?
  • Qatifi/Medinian Shi'as are living under daily threats and in conditions far worse than Palestinians. Where is Iran?
  • For all the geniuses that love to play the "you're being sectarian" card: majority-Sunni Kashmir faces almost exactly the same oppression as the Palestinians. They have been fighting for their land just as long as the Palestinians. More lives have been lost fighting for the liberation of Kashmir than for the liberation of Palestine. There are over 10 million (!) more Kashmiris who seek freedom than the few millions of Palestinians who seek freedom. The same ethnic cleansing practices Israel does, India does the same and far worse in Kashmir. The Kashmiri Sunnis, who don't have the same pro-Saddam anti-Shi'a sentiment as the Palestinians, deserve more of our support than the Palestinians. Kashmir is geographically thousands of miles closer to Iran than Palestine. Where are the missiles and money for the Kashmiris to defend themselves. Where is Iran?
  • The Yemeni Zaydis - about whom SHN through his own mouth - said have been oppressed far worse than the oppression of Palestinians, have been getting starved and sieged to death on top of the daily bombings. In the words of the Ansarallah themselves, if they had Iranian weapons since the start of the war they would be in Riyadh right now. Where is Iran?

It's kind of funny how some Shi'as think they are being honourable by supporting an oppressed people who are fighting over man-made borders whilst at the same time neglecting, even outright abandoning their nearer kin in our God-made religion. Forget the fact that the overwhelming majority of Palestinians love Saddam and dissociate with Shiism in its entirety, ask the Palestinians what they think about Shi'as and Shi'a Iran supporting them. Of course you'll find a few Palestinian groups glorifying Iran waiting for Iranian tomans to get in their bank accounts, but you have the internet to show you the full story. You can search for polls for who they generally view more favourably. In one 2015 poll, Palestinians were asked about their favourable/unfavourable views about Turkey vs. Saudi vs. Iran. Anyone with a little bit of knowledge of the ikhwani movement would expect Palestinians to have more favourable views of Turkey over Iran and Saudi, right? What they actually found is the Palestinians viewed Saudi Arabia even more favourable than Turkey or Iran. Where is Palestinian support for the oppressed Shi'as? One can even find the 'Palestinian heroine' Ahed Tamimi praising the shuhada' of January 3rd, 2020 while cursing the Houthis as well.

TL;DR - If my position isn't clear enough already: Iran - as the only strong enough Shi'a-majority nation - has a responsibility and needs to focus on protecting the lives of the oppressed in the region before heading to liberation wars for much less-oppressed people. Iran first needs to fight the ideology that believes killing Shi'a schoolgirls will send the suicide bomber to heaven. (The threats to life even West-based Shi'as have faced, albeit in smaller cases.)

Imam Khomeini's view of the precedence of the Mu'min over the Muslim: http://shiaonlinelibrary.com/الكتب/487_المكاسب-المحرمة-السيد-الخميني-ج-١/الصفحة_250#top

I understand majority of the Shi'as would rather keep the status quo and give priority to Palestine over so many others oppressed. It's the 'stay with the majority' mentality one could expect. Unless there is actually some sort of fruitful reply, this is likely my last response.

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What many people forget is that it was Iran itself who welcomed and supported the initial American invasion of Afghanistan, and encouraged their allies in the Afghan Northern Alliance to support the American effort to get rid of the Taliban regime in Kabul.

This was confirmed by President Khatami himself in an interview with the BBC.

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3 hours ago, Jaabir said:

You can search for polls for who they generally view more favourably. In one 2015 poll, Palestinians were asked about their favourable/unfavourable views about Turkey vs. Saudi vs. Iran. Anyone with a little bit of knowledge of the ikhwani movement would expect Palestinians to have more favourable views of Turkey over Iran and Saudi, right? What they actually found is the Palestinians viewed Saudi Arabia even more favourable than Turkey or Iran. Where is Palestinian support for the oppressed Shi'as? One can even find the 'Palestinian heroine' Ahed Tamimi praising the shuhada' of January 3rd, 2020 while cursing the Houthis as well.

:salam:

We can't  rely on outdated information  from nearly 8 years ago because status of Palestinians  has changed sice that time until know which in recent days they has thanked Iran without  mentioning  Turkey & KSA .

3 hours ago, Jaabir said:

The Kashmiri Sunnis, who don't have the same pro-Saddam anti-Shi'a sentiment as the Palestinians, deserve more of our support than the Palestinians. Kashmir is geographically thousands of miles closer to Iran than Palestine. Where are the missiles and money for the Kashmiris to defend themselves. Where is Iran?

your mindset is same as wahabi mindset that wants to spread chaos & bloodshed between muslims & other nations by exageration about bad situation  of muslims except  Palestine  under oppression  of zionists but you prefer  to be deaf , dumb & blind against zionists issue which all traces of current oppression   of shias in Bahrain  & Qatif & Pakistan & Afghanistan  root backs to zionists & so called state of Israel also Iran policy is not being a warmonger in region like KSA which if Iran was acting based on your minset then America  & Israel would be it's allies  instead of KSA .

3 hours ago, Jaabir said:

One can even find the 'Palestinian heroine' Ahed Tamimi praising the shuhada' of January 3rd, 2020 while cursing the Houthis as well.

She is a celebrity  which has endorsed for opposing  zionists but we don't make our policy & doctrine based on her ideas & rest of random people  in social media.

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3 hours ago, Jaabir said:

You can search for polls for who they generally view more favourably. In one 2015 poll, Palestinians were asked about their favourable/unfavourable views about Turkey vs. Saudi vs. Iran. Anyone with a little bit of knowledge of the ikhwani movement would expect Palestinians to have more favourable views of Turkey over Iran and Saudi, right? What they actually found is the Palestinians viewed Saudi Arabia even more favourable than Turkey or Iran. Where is Palestinian support for the oppressed Shi'as? One can even find the 'Palestinian heroine' Ahed Tamimi praising the shuhada' of January 3rd, 2020 while cursing the Houthis as well.

:salam:

We can't  rely on outdated information  from nearly 8 years ago because status of Palestinians  has changed sice that time until know which in recent days they has thanked Iran without  mentioning  Turkey & KSA .

3 hours ago, Jaabir said:

The Kashmiri Sunnis, who don't have the same pro-Saddam anti-Shi'a sentiment as the Palestinians, deserve more of our support than the Palestinians. Kashmir is geographically thousands of miles closer to Iran than Palestine. Where are the missiles and money for the Kashmiris to defend themselves. Where is Iran?

your mindset is same as wahabi mindset that wants to spread chaos & bloodshed between muslims & other nations by exageration about bad situation  of muslims except  Palestine  under oppression  of zionists but you prefer  to be deaf , dumb & blind against zionists issue which all traces of current oppression   of shias in Bahrain  & Qatif & Pakistan & Afghanistan  root backs to zionists & so called state of Israel also Iran policy is not being a warmonger in region like KSA which if Iran was acting based on your minset then America  & Israel would be it's allies  instead of KSA .

3 hours ago, Jaabir said:

One can even find the 'Palestinian heroine' Ahed Tamimi praising the shuhada' of January 3rd, 2020 while cursing the Houthis as well.

She is a celebrity  which has endorsed for opposing  zionists but we don't make our policy & doctrine based on her ideas & rest of random people  in social media.

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2 hours ago, Sumerian said:

What many people forget is that it was Iran itself who welcomed and supported the initial American invasion of Afghanistan, and encouraged their allies in the Afghan Northern Alliance to support the American effort to get rid of the Taliban regime in Kabul.

This was confirmed by President Khatami himself in an interview with the BBC.

Salam it doesn't  mean that Iran is in permanent good relationship  with Taliban & America  which during invasion of soviet  union to Afghanistan Iran has supported any group like Taliban for fighting  with soviets & getting  rid of communist government  of Afghanistan  which had soviet army support anyway reformist  party in Iran always was eager for corporation with America which even now mr Khatami has great influence  on reformist party as it's spiritual father after death of mr Rafsanjani  also it doesn't  represent   policy of rest of parties & groups like IRGC & Quds force like policy of martyr general  Soleimani (رضي الله عنه)which has censored by any media or not exposed to public which you can't  generalizing  whole of policy of Iran based on short conversation  of mr Khatami .

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4 hours ago, Jaabir said:

would like the U.S troops to stay. I would rather have Iranian troops in Afghanistan to protect them from such attacks instead of U.S troops. Does that satisfy your earth-shattering hypothesis about my "pro-U.S, pro-occupation, pro-colonialism" mentality?

It's Iran's atrocious failure of protecting Shi'as that has led so many Hazaras to choose this other terrible option of wanting the U.S to stay in Afghanistan. Because many of them believe Abdul Ghani can't protect them, many of them believe Iran doesn't care about them unless it's recruiting them to fight in Syria for Iran, many of them believe the "new all-inclusive-modernized Taliban" will target them, forget protecting them. 

Let me get back to my main point and simplify my stances since it seems so many are struggling to grasp what I am saying:

Iran doesn't  want to occupy Afghanistan  or other countries  but simply wants retreating  America  from whole of region & stablishing stable & powerful national  governments  in each country which can protects all of their  people  without  prefering a religion  & ethnicity to others in their countries preferably pro Iran governments or at least not pro America  & enemy of Iran.

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5 hours ago, Sumerian said:

What many people forget is that it was Iran itself who welcomed and supported the initial American invasion of Afghanistan, and encouraged their allies in the Afghan Northern Alliance to support the American effort to get rid of the Taliban regime in Kabul.

This was confirmed by President Khatami himself in an interview with the BBC.

What you don't seem to know is that Taliban was created before that by US in Afghanistan. And Hillary Clinton's cables are a proof for that. 

The support you are talking about was not even exactly a support. They just said that Americans are bombing Afghans without any intel. Civilians die and Taliban suffers nothing. So, Iran just supported them to attack the locations of Taliban and not empty spots. Iran never called US into Afghanistan. 

 

6 hours ago, Jaabir said:

Kindly do me a favour and reread the two sentences out of my entire reply you chose to quote in your response. Read it again, over and over until the hamster on the wheel finally starts running fast enough and you've figured out that it isn't me saying the U.S should stay in Afghanistan, *it is the Hazaras* on the ground, at the funeral of those schoolgirls, in Dasht e Barchi, in Afghanistan that are saying *they* would like the U.S troops to stay. I would rather have Iranian troops in Afghanistan to protect them from such attacks instead of U.S troops. Does that satisfy your earth-shattering hypothesis about my "pro-U.S, pro-occupation, pro-colonialism" mentality?

It's Iran's atrocious failure of protecting Shi'as that has led so many Hazaras to choose this other terrible option of wanting the U.S to stay in Afghanistan. Because many of them believe Abdul Ghani can't protect them, many of them believe Iran doesn't care about them unless it's recruiting them to fight in Syria for Iran, many of them believe the "new all-inclusive-modernized Taliban" will target them, forget protecting them. 

Let me get back to my main point and simplify my stances since it seems so many are struggling to grasp what I am saying:

  • Iran sends military equipment, billions of dollars, military advice, etc. to Palestine. Great! It makes statements in support of Palestine and has condemned Israel everyday since May 6th and beyond. Great! Iran declares victory over Israel and boasts about Palestinian groups thanking Iran for their help. Great!
  • Afghan Hazaras and Shi'as are massacred day after day and suffer far worse oppression than Palestine. In fact, Da3esh in their magazine revealed killing even more Hazaras as part of their campaign against the "Rafida" mere days after those schoolgirls were murdered. How many Shi'as can honestly say they even knew about this? Where is Iran?
  • Pakistani Shi'as who fought as part of the Zainabiyoun in Syria return home to Pakistan and are subsequently abducted by Pakistani intelligence agencies and left to either rot or die in Pakistani prisons without their families knowing their fate. When Iran needs them to fight they'll hire them but when they need Iran to help them, where is Iran?
  • Bahraini Shi'as are serving life-sentences for protesting conditions far worse than Palestinians. Can they not use Iranian missiles to defend themselves? Where is Iran?
  • Qatifi/Medinian Shi'as are living under daily threats and in conditions far worse than Palestinians. Where is Iran?
  • For all the geniuses that love to play the "you're being sectarian" card: majority-Sunni Kashmir faces almost exactly the same oppression as the Palestinians. They have been fighting for their land just as long as the Palestinians. More lives have been lost fighting for the liberation of Kashmir than for the liberation of Palestine. There are over 10 million (!) more Kashmiris who seek freedom than the few millions of Palestinians who seek freedom. The same ethnic cleansing practices Israel does, India does the same and far worse in Kashmir. The Kashmiri Sunnis, who don't have the same pro-Saddam anti-Shi'a sentiment as the Palestinians, deserve more of our support than the Palestinians. Kashmir is geographically thousands of miles closer to Iran than Palestine. Where are the missiles and money for the Kashmiris to defend themselves. Where is Iran?
  • The Yemeni Zaydis - about whom SHN through his own mouth - said have been oppressed far worse than the oppression of Palestinians, have been getting starved and sieged to death on top of the daily bombings. In the words of the Ansarallah themselves, if they had Iranian weapons since the start of the war they would be in Riyadh right now. Where is Iran?

It's kind of funny how some Shi'as think they are being honourable by supporting an oppressed people who are fighting over man-made borders whilst at the same time neglecting, even outright abandoning their nearer kin in our God-made religion. Forget the fact that the overwhelming majority of Palestinians love Saddam and dissociate with Shiism in its entirety, ask the Palestinians what they think about Shi'as and Shi'a Iran supporting them. Of course you'll find a few Palestinian groups glorifying Iran waiting for Iranian tomans to get in their bank accounts, but you have the internet to show you the full story. You can search for polls for who they generally view more favourably. In one 2015 poll, Palestinians were asked about their favourable/unfavourable views about Turkey vs. Saudi vs. Iran. Anyone with a little bit of knowledge of the ikhwani movement would expect Palestinians to have more favourable views of Turkey over Iran and Saudi, right? What they actually found is the Palestinians viewed Saudi Arabia even more favourable than Turkey or Iran. Where is Palestinian support for the oppressed Shi'as? One can even find the 'Palestinian heroine' Ahed Tamimi praising the shuhada' of January 3rd, 2020 while cursing the Houthis as well.

TL;DR - If my position isn't clear enough already: Iran - as the only strong enough Shi'a-majority nation - has a responsibility and needs to focus on protecting the lives of the oppressed in the region before heading to liberation wars for much less-oppressed people. Iran first needs to fight the ideology that believes killing Shi'a schoolgirls will send the suicide bomber to heaven. (The threats to life even West-based Shi'as have faced, albeit in smaller cases.)

Imam Khomeini's view of the precedence of the Mu'min over the Muslim: http://shiaonlinelibrary.com/الكتب/487_المكاسب-المحرمة-السيد-الخميني-ج-١/الصفحة_250#top

I understand majority of the Shi'as would rather keep the status quo and give priority to Palestine over so many others oppressed. It's the 'stay with the majority' mentality one could expect. Unless there is actually some sort of fruitful reply, this is likely my last response.

مع السلامه

I would just talk about those parts that I know and can confirm:

Firstly, need to say that many of the assertions in this are incorrect:

1. Support for Yemeni Ansarullah was always to the extent Yemenis wanted. They are a part of Axis. They use Iranian weapons many times. Though, they deny continued aide because Yemen was blocked from all sides and is fighting by itself.

2. Qatifi shias. Well well, how many of us speak about them?????? A simple question. Oppression on Qatifi shias by Saudi Arabia was only known when raised by Iran. The martyr Sheikh Al Nimr himself was fully supported by Iran (he was pro WF). Yes, military aide was not there becuase military men were not there. And Shias in Qatif were never allowed to raise arms. They were not given this much space let alone getting supokrt from Iran. You are talking as if all these oppressed communities are living in some land of roses where Iran has to just order and the aide will be on the door-step. 

3. Bahraini shias? My world. Again, today everyone talks about it but who brought these issues up? What is the ideaology that led the Bahraini shias to revolt and protest. The leader of there movement Sheikh Issa Qassem is completely pro-WF and has studied in Iran. They all fully support Iran and recieve the support they can actually recieve under strick situation. Bahraini regime is so brutal that they keep an eye on every shia and censor everything coming on media against themselves. Bahrainis are protesting non-violently from a long time. They don't have a resistance group. To recieve any military aide, they need to form a front to fight the govt. So, as they are protesting non-violently, there unheard voices are brought before the international community by Iran itself. 

4. Now, let me talk about Kashmir. Kashmir is definitely a place which needs support from muslims. But again, I can't even talk about how much support they gather from Iran. Your talks about military aide are ridiculous because you don't seem to understand how Axis works. Indian Kashmiris have no military aide becuase there is no strong resistance movement here. You might ask to create one. Please try to understand. Palestinian resistance was never created by Iran. So, Kashmir cannot and should not wait for Iran to create a group for them. India's relations with Iran has gone bad in previous years just because of Kashmir issue. You know it well that Kashmir has been trapped in a very complex sitaution and the rules are much strict and difficult as compared to Palestine. It is not a 'cake walk' to funnel weapons and intel into a region. 

Regarding Hazaras, I am with you. In fact, most of the shias you mentioned or muslims are barely mentioned by Shias. But you are singling out Iran and this shows your problem with Iran actually. It is us Shias all together who are responsible. In fact, oppression on Hazaras is muchore detailed. It was even there before revolution in Iran. So, may I ask: Why we are hearing this now only? Why only this is heard from some years back? Because we were busy our shia Sunni chats and in are narrow minded approach towards life. We were living in a small bubble andthis wasour world. Now, suddenly when Iranians revolted, we all became known to the world. To be fair, before Iran's revolution, many in the world were not even aware about Shia Islam.

For Kashmir, Indian and Kashmiris should come ahead and raise an initiative. Same goes for every region. iran is not my bodyguard. They just started a revolutionary idea of protecting Islamic lands from Imperialist powers. They never said that they are our bodyguards. They just brought an awakening and a realisation and that's it. We have to fight our own war andwe have to solve our own problems. This is what Iran's revolution wa sand this is what they are trying to explain us. Hezbollah's secretary general did mention this in his speach that when the initial leaders of Hezbollah in 1982 went to Imam Khomeini asking for help and told thme the situation. Imam said, "Rely on Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) and resist. Inshallah, if you are confident abou the help of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) then know one can stop you from victory." He even said that,"Don't even wait for us or any other country to help you."

Iran has always stood for us and there might be a thousand reasons because of which they can't stand for everyone. But Iran is not our guardian or body guard. So, singling out Iran is extremely baseless. Point should be that the entire muslim world (specially shias) are suffering from oppression. So, why are we quiet. How many muslims from East to west, really care.

Iran never asked support while fighting Saddam 8 years. Iran never asked support while fighting Shah. They were also oppressed at that time right? Same goes with South Lebanese Hezbollah. Do you even know how poor the south Lebanon region is? Do you knlw how oppressed they were? 

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Again, comments in this thread remind me of this saying:

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Amir al-mu'minin, peace be upon him, said: When this world advances towards anyone (with its favours) it attributes to him other's good; and when it turns away from him it deprives him of his own good.

 

Keyboard warriors over here were no where when Iran was struggling to bring an Islamic government of a jurist. Many of them even criticised. But now they need Iran to reach everywhere in the world like a superman to protect muslims and Shias.

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3 hours ago, Zainuu said:

What you don't seem to know is that Taliban was created before that by US in Afghanistan. And Hillary Clinton's cables are a proof for that. 

The support you are talking about was not even exactly a support. They just said that Americans are bombing Afghans without any intel. Civilians die and Taliban suffers nothing. So, Iran just supported them to attack the locations of Taliban and not empty spots. Iran never called US into Afghanistan. 

I never commented on who made the Taliban, and funded and armed them. 

I said Iran was in favour of American airstrikes to get rid of the Taliban regime so that their allies can take over Kabul, and this was a good thing for the Shi'a living in Afghanistan in places around Kabul.

I'm not even criticising that decision.

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Iran to grant scholarships to graduates of Afghan school hit by terrorist attack

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The explosion left 85 female students dead and some 150 others injured.

The board of Alzahra University said 25 scholarships, called "Scholarship for Erudite Women," was allocated to girls graduating from Sayed-ul-Shuhada High School in all fields covered by Alzahra University and five other special scholarships, named "Maryam Mirzakhani Scholarship" after the late Iranian mathematician, were granted to applicants to study mathematics.

The board also announced that the Iranian ministry of Science, Research and Technology had offered 25 scholarships to Alzahra University with the aim of cooperating in the humanitarian plan.

https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2021/05/31/657921/Iran-Alzahra-University-scholarships

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Commemoration ceremony of the martyrs of the terrorist incidents in Afghanistan at Mofid University of Qom

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Hojjat-ul-Islam Ali Akbar Golqandashti, Director of Cultural Affairs at Mofid University, Hojjat-ul-Islam Wal-Muslimin Seyed Hossein Alemi Balkhi, former Minister of Refugees of Afghanistan, Mohammad Sarwar Rajaei, Afghan writer and Mohammad Sarwar Javadi, Vice President of Afghanistan for Policy and Professional Affairs, have spoken.

 

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گزارش تصویری/ مراسم گرامیداشت شهدای حوادث تروریستی افغانستان در دانشگاه مفید قم گزارش تصویری/ مراسم گرامیداشت شهدای حوادث تروریستی افغانستان در دانشگاه مفید قم گزارش تصویری/ مراسم گرامیداشت شهدای حوادث تروریستی افغانستان در دانشگاه مفید قم گزارش تصویری/ مراسم گرامیداشت شهدای حوادث تروریستی افغانستان در دانشگاه مفید قم گزارش تصویری/ مراسم گرامیداشت شهدای حوادث تروریستی افغانستان در دانشگاه مفید قم گزارش تصویری/ مراسم گرامیداشت شهدای حوادث تروریستی افغانستان در دانشگاه مفید قم

گزارش تصویری/ مراسم گرامیداشت شهدای حوادث تروریستی افغانستان در دانشگاه مفید قم گزارش تصویری/ مراسم گرامیداشت شهدای حوادث تروریستی افغانستان در دانشگاه مفید قم گزارش تصویری/ مراسم گرامیداشت شهدای حوادث تروریستی افغانستان در دانشگاه مفید قم

 

https://fa.abna24.com/news/عکس-و-گزارش-تصويري/گزارش-تصویری-مراسم-گرامیداشت-شهدای-حوادث-تروریستی-افغان_1091941.html

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