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Are Shias friends of Ikwanis?

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Salam It's just a superstitious claim of wahabists against both groups because during Iran revolution against Shah the shia revolutionerists & Ikhwanis were endorsing each other for fighting  against tyrants of their countries but after fall of Shah in  Iran due to fear of affection of Egyptians by shias even converting to shia Islam due to influence of Iran revolution on Egyptians , Ikhwanis has joined to other anti shia groups but until now other anti shias likewise wahabists whom under influence of KSA are skeptial about Ikhwanis which they are accusing sunni muslims whom are fighting against Israel as Ikhawins who are friends of shias in order to stop any type of unity between Shias & Sunnis against Israel & Zionists.

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Old Ikhwan leaders were in contact with the Islamic Revolution in Iran back in the day. And the Islamic Revolution in Iran benefited from their ideas, rhetorics and experiences. For instance, Ayetullah al Ozma Imam Ali Khamenei personally translated the works of Sayyid Qutb into Persian (His في ظِلالِ القرآن Quran Commentary and the book Milestones). However, nowadays sadly, except the Palestinian Ikhwan (Hamas), other Ikhwani groups do not benefit from Iran and its experiences.

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14 hours ago, Lion of Shia said:

Is it true theire is allience between Shias and ikwani salafis? What do Shias think of Ikwani salafis? are they wahabbis or allies to some?

There is obviously an alliance between Iran/Hezbollah and Ikhwani groups like Hamas. But the extent of the relationship is that Iran and Hezbollah provide them with weapons and military expertise and propaganda and Hamas are basically used as a pawn in Iran and Hezbollah's conflict with israel. 

As recent history has shown us whenever Hamas get the chance to go it alone or unite with other Ikhwani groups against Iran/Hezbollah they will take it and go their own way. Syria refused to have them back until they broke off their relationship with Turkey which Hamas refused to do. They have recently been let back in whilst still being beholden to Erdogan, most likely after Iran pressured Syria to allow them back - which will definitely prove to be a big mistake.

Ignore all the love poetry the Lebanese spend their nights writing about how brave, honourable and chivalric Hamas are, they don't understand anything about geopolitics and are just embarrassing all of us with their nonsense.

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6 hours ago, Dubilex said:

Yeah, sadly shias have become willing puppets of Ikhwanis and the Iranian regime. This goes against everything that Islam stands for

Another sectarian puppet of the British Regime you are.

P.S. This member has used in all of his posts foul language for the Islamic Republic, Resistance Axis and Shia Muslims many times; saying things like "Iranian Regime", "Iranian Puppets", "Hamas Worshippers" etc. And now he has become a self proclaimed marja and is issuing fatwas of what Islam is and what it is not. I think shiachat won't allow this MI6 agents to wander freely here calling shia Muslims puppets and everything. Will it?

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On 6/20/2021 at 7:41 PM, Lion of Shia said:

Is it true theire is allience between Shias and ikwani salafis? What do Shias think of Ikwani salafis? are they wahabbis or allies to some?

No, there isn't. I don't think much of people who say I'm a kafir and neither should you.  I have reminded you to stay from these people , they clearly give you distress and confusion.

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There has always been a connection between Shi'a political revolutionaries, Sunni Islamists, and leftist revolutionary movements.

Sometimes they will fight each other, and in other times they will ally with one another against a common enemy.

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If one looks at history, one can clearly observe a postmodernist/counter-modernist, Zionist nexus that links anti-Soviet, anti-Stalinist Trotskyists, fascists, and Masonic Islamists, including the Ikhwanis. Starting in the 1970s the Israeli occupational authorities sponsored the Muslim Brotherhood, later Hamas, to counter the better-educated and -organised secular nationalists such as those of the PLO, the PFLP, and so on. The MB and Hamas often supported attacks on Israeli civilians, including suicide-bombings, which the anti-Zionist, pro-Rejectionist Palestinians rejected, seeing that such activities would only harm the Palestinians’ image, while doing nothing to harm the Zionist military, police, and economy. Even today MB- and Hamas-aligned figures such as Yusuf Qaradawi, who was supported suicidal attacks on Israeli civilians, have close ties to Western and Zionist political and financial structures. According to Richard Labeviere’s book Dollars for Terror (New York: Algora Publishing, 2000), during the Cold War and afterward the Western military-industrial complex envisioned Islamism, especially Sunni Islamism of the MB, as an anti-statist, counter-modernist, pro-capitalist proxy against statist models such as those of the secular nationalists and Marxist-Leninists. CIA officers such as Graham E. Fuller explicitly praised the MB and its ilk for promoting free trade and private enterprise, under the aegis of supranational, Western-based financial elites. As an aside, @Ashvazdanghe, given that MB-aligned Salafi “reformists” and “revivalists” such as Jamal ad-Din al-Afghani, Hassan al-Banna, and Sayyid Qutb were all Masons or linked to Masonry, why has the IRI named streets after some or all of these figures or reprinted their works? Why did General Soleimani praise Sayyid Qutb, al-Banna, and Erdoğan?

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