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imam sadiq`s(AS) saying about king abdullah

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interesting thread. It sure made my pores raise..

Islam Times reported last week that King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia passed away in Morocco. This report incurred various responses. This report was widely spread throughout the media of the region and the international world. Some Saudi Arabian officials also reacted to it.

The first claim that this report was false was published by Reuters who narrated from a counselor of the Saudi family. This claim was weak and only confirmed the Islam Times report. The report of his death is so important that official members of the Saudi Arabian government would falsify it, not a family counselor.

It is interesting that the name of this counselor was also not published. This also hurts the authenticity of the claim. Then a few hours later, another claim which stated that this report was false was issued by the Saudi Arabian foreign minister. He reported that the King was in great health.

But, a few hours before this claim, Saud al-Faisal, cancelled his trip to Algeria and instead, without prior notice, entered Morocco. This shady trip also confirms the Islam Times report. Then, Reuters announced that the false claims of King Abdullah’s death have made the price of oil rise in the region.

In conclusion, Islam Times is certain of its report; the King is dead! But, the Saudi Arabian officials have decided, due to the conditions of the region and their own country, to delay the announcement of his death. Therefore, they are trying to issue reports about him being alive and in good health.

If they insist that his health is good they can present evidence of this. He can deliver a short speech or a video of him can be released. But, Islam Times still stands firm and supports its report. The King is dead!

http://www.islamtimes.org/vdcfc0dt.w6dtja7riw.html

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(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - 86-year-old Saudi Arabia's king Abdullah Ibn Abdulaziz Al Saud suffers from back and heart ailments as well as signs of dementia.

Abdullah's medical condition had deteriorated sharply over the last few days. The situation came very appropriate for Saudi officials to start fights over the succession of the unfortunate ill king.

Moreover, the received news state that at the rise of these quarrels, The king seems to be absent from his palace, leaving the country into a huge anarchy.

No one seems to have any clue of the king's secret location. In the meantime, some even assume that the king has passed away.

http://abna.ir/data.asp?lang=3&id=226479

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Saudi king expected back after long sick leave abroad

* Analysts says king could announce reforms

RIYADH Feb 18 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz will return home within days after undergoing medical treatment abroad for three months, a government official said on Friday as unrest hit Gulf Arab neighbour Bahrain.

Abdullah, who is around 87, left the top OPEC oil exporter on Nov. 22 to undergo surgery in New York after a blood clot complicated a slipped disc. He has been recuperating in Morocco for the past four weeks.

"We know he is coming some time next week," said a spokesman for the foreign ministry. In the capital Riyadh, workers were putting up flags and posters welcoming the king back home.

Analysts say Abdullah might announce some reforms to address dissent in the Gulf Arab state. Diplomats do not expect unrest like that in Egypt or Tunisia but the kingdom faces challenges such as high youth unemployment and a massive housing shortage.

The U.S. ally fears that unrest in Bahrain, where majority Shi'ites have been protesting against the Sunni-led government, might spread to its own Shi'ite community, a minority concentrated in the eastern oil-producing area.

Political stability in Saudi Arabia is of global concern because the kingdom controls more than a fifth of the world's oil reserves, and is a vital U.S. ally as well as a major holder of dollar assets and home to the biggest Arab bourse.

The king's medical troubles have aroused concern over whether a reformist like himself or a conservative will succeed him. Continued...

http://af.reuters.com/article/egyptNews/idAFLAE86782520110218

On another note, I cant seem to access the Islam Times website atm

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Argh, hes alive.

Words cannot describe the disappointment. Guess we'll have to wait for Day of Arafah.

Doesn't matter. The old bag's almost 90 years old and has severe health problems left and right.

Surgery after surgery won't fix that. This regional revolution will be sure to add to his stress that his small brain can handle. He'll kick the bucket soon.

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you guys should fear Allah and stop wishing anyone's death.if he is dead,then so be it.if he is not,then a day will come when everyone has to go.and whatever prophecies are there,they will be fulfilled sooner or later.but please,refrain from wishing bad for anyone.lets just discuss the news and events happening without wishing anyone ill.

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you guys should fear Allah and stop wishing anyone's death.if he is dead,then so be it.if he is not,then a day will come when everyone has to go.and whatever prophecies are there,they will be fulfilled sooner or later.but please,refrain from wishing bad for anyone.lets just discuss the news and events happening without wishing anyone ill.

Don't enforce your views on anyone. Even the Prophets used to ask for the curse of Allah to fall upon their enemies and the ones who fought them.

This munafiq is a present day Muawiya. I sure will wish it upon him.

Please don't imply we don't fear Allah swt. There is no one but Him, He is the ONLY one we fear.

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Salams,

I thought I should share this with my sincere brs and sisters here, and I think this is the right time.

I have been hearing this ahadith about King Abdullah(la) from multiple sources. Yes, I said laniyaAllah ale anhum (May the curse of Allah be upon him).

The curse of Allah(s.w.a) is on the taghut, who oppress and kill their own people and who give severe oppression to the followers of Rasoulallah(p.b.u.h)

Imam Ali(a.s), and Imam Hussein(a.s). So whether we say it or not, it is still a reality. At the very least, we know that the laeen Abdullah is directly involved

in the ongoing massacre of our Brothers and Sisters in Bahrain and he openly supported the Taghut laeen Mubarak while he was in the midst of killing

his own people. The time is coming near, I believe, and Haqq and Batil are in the process of seperating and we will all have to choose sides sooner

rather than later. The best thing we could do at this point is send our most heartfelt and sincere duaas for the reapperance of our Leader(a.f.a.s),

Imam Al Asr.

So I have been hearing this same hadith, from Imam Sadiq(a.s) from multiple sources, including from some ulema that are very knowledgeable and that

I respect and trust. So we will see what is going to happen, but we should all prepare ourselves to stand up and align ourselves with the Haqq and against

the Batil otherwise the decision will be made for us. I feel that the time of the Zahoor is fast approaching and InshahAllah I will see all my sincere brothers

soon and we will be fighting side by side.

Edited by Abu Hadi

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Don't enforce your views on anyone. Even the Prophets used to ask for the curse of Allah to fall upon their enemies and the ones who fought them.

This munafiq is a present day Muawiya. I sure will wish it upon him.

Please don't imply we don't fear Allah swt. There is no one but Him, He is the ONLY one we fear.

first i am not "enforcing" my views on anyone.it is a sincere piece of advice.i do no support the saudi royals and i detest them and may Allah's curse be upon them.yet still i wish death for no one because it will come to me as well and to you too.

i did not imply that you dont fear Allah.

and dont ever try to attack me or verbally assault me.i know you should have understood well what i meant.but i just feel your recent anymosity towards me is because i severely criticized the iranian approach in the case of Imam Musa al-Sadr in the Imam Sadr thread.that ofcourse did not please you and when i openly said (the truth) that either Sayyed Khamanei or Ayatollah Khomeini are not greater than Imam Sadr,and if either of those would have being kidnapped Iran would have declared war,must have really upset you.

let me make it clear to you that i worship Allah and believe in islam and love the 14 infallibles.i dont worship any sayyed or ayatollah.i respect those who deserve respect and i speak the truth when i have to even if it be Iran,a country i respect and love so much,both its people and leadership.

if that does not go down well with you and you are not pleased by my approach,there is a lebanese saying for you:"go tile the sea"!!!!

Looks like "later" is not a problem for you but it is for a lot of ppl...

that is not within our power.it is in Allah's hand.the reappearance of the Imam (ajtfs) or death is in Allah's hand.when it comes it will not be delayed or hasten by a second.i wish it (the faraj) is today but that is not in my hands.

if you have any way than sitting at home behind your useless keyboard wishing for people's death,then tell us.or better still you can offer your service and get down to libya to free Imam Sadr.

it is really amazing how we shia pray day and night for faraj of Imam Mehdi (as) with our empty mouths,but here in our physical world we have an imam and a leader and a sayyed who has been kidnapped for 33 years that we cannot free.if it was Imam Mehdi (as) who was kidnapped or imprisoned like his forefathers were,is that how we will fold our hands and sit back???shame indeed!i would stop short of calling us hypocrites.

Edited by mehdi soldier

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first i am not "enforcing" my views on anyone.it is a sincere piece of advice.i do no support the saudi royals and i detest them and may Allah's curse be upon them.yet still i wish death for no one because it will come to me as well and to you too.

i did not imply that you dont fear Allah.

and dont ever try to attack me or verbally assault me.i know you should have understood well what i meant.but i just feel your recent anymosity towards me is because i severely criticized the iranian approach in the case of Imam Musa al-Sadr in the Imam Sadr thread.that ofcourse did not please you and when i openly said (the truth) that either Sayyed Khamanei or Ayatollah Khomeini are not greater than Imam Sadr,and if either of those would have being kidnapped Iran would have declared war,must have really upset you.

let me make it clear to you that i worship Allah and believe in islam and love the 14 infallibles.i dont worship any sayyed or ayatollah.i respect those who deserve respect and i speak the truth when i have to even if it be Iran,a country i respect and love so much,both its people and leadership.

if that does not go down well with you and you are not pleased by my approach,there is a lebanese saying for you:"go tile the sea"!!!!

Hey, that's not nice man. I honestly don't mind what your opinion is of Iranian approach towards the matter, because everyone else knows the reality of it instead, since it's already been properly addressed numerous times, but for some reason you still insist otherwise. Just because I responded to what you said doesn't mean I have animosity towards you personally. You're free to believe whatever you like.

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