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Al-Askariya Shrine damaged by Explosives!

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(salam)

you talk about my akhlaq, check out your rafidhi mod's akhlaq

And before shia uprising of 91, there was no shia oppression to be had in any case.

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I can't talk about the mod's action, he talks for himself. The conversation was between us.

And yes, do ask, there was Shia oppression before he 1991 uprising in Najaf and Kerbala.

Wa`Salaam

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Lol bro, i am not being insensitive. Suppose if naudhubillah hazrat imam abu hanifa's (ra) mosque gets bombed by the [Edited Out]e extremists somehow, we won't mourn or cut ourselves into halves. We would just rebuild the mosque and stop crying over it for like 1400 years.

lol , they edited "s h i i t e"  :D

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Sorry I have sympathy with you........ seems like heartless people. :angry: :dry:

Wassalam.

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Destruction of Golden Mosque - Shameful & Cowardly Act

02-22-06 16:35

ISNA

Feb 23, 2006

PLAINFIELD, IN – The Islamic Society of North America registers its deep shock and dismay over the destruction of the priceless shrine of Imam Mahdi, the Golden Mosque in Samarra.

Imam Mahdi ??? Are they illiterate ?

We are deeply dismayed at the loss of life and the loss of this heritage structure. The loss of this beautiful masjid comes at a time when the people of Iraq were seeking to establish their government

No mention abt grandson of Holy Prophet (SAWA)...Beauty, thats the only thing they can see...

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However, this 'liberation' of Iraq was not out of pure goodwill to the Iraq's, but for ulterior motive. Agreed, America had a reason for 'liberating' Iraq. But, wih a Shia (majority) government forming soon, Inshallah, America should have no reason to stay on in Iraq as uninvited guests. Hopefuly, they will be shown to the door.

and naudhubillah, iranian forces waiting on the footsteps?

Sunnis will never let it happen, By the beard of Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique (ra) :mad:

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Yes, I stand by my statement. MORE freedom, not COMPLETE freedom.

The Iraqi's today have more freedom to practise their religion. I have commorated A'ashura and A`arbaeen in Iraq both during Saddam's reign and last year. I've seen the difference for myself.

The Iraqi's were stuck with Saddam. They now have the freedom to choose their leaders.

There are more examples. You get the idea.

However, this 'liberation' of Iraq was not out of pure goodwill to the Iraq's, but for ulterior motive. Agreed, America had a reason for 'liberating' Iraq. But, wih a Shia (majority) government forming soon, Inshallah, America should have no reason to stay on in Iraq as uninvited guests. Hopefuly, they will be shown to the door.

Wa`Salaam

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Yes...I agree.

The bottom line is that almost noone supported Sadam, and he was imposed on the vast majorities of Iraqi's by force. A small minority benefited from his dictatorship, and these are the people behind the current campaign of terror and anarchy in Iraq.

Today, Iraqi's have the freedom to choose their leaders, and the government of Iraqi is one that reflects the will of the Iraqi people. This is a good thing.

Next step, the new government needs to be formed and take control of the situation on behalf of those who elected them. After that, The American's will be shown the door and told by the Iraqi people (in unison), "Don't let the door hit you in the behind on the way out!"

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Would you still talk like this if we bombed Omar's grave?

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So you are OPENLY admitting of thinking of attacking Great Caliph's (ra) grave???? :o

This is outrageous an act, the rafidhis first attacked makkah and now madina ? why are you behaving like yazid (ra) now?

If you are going to bomb great caliph's grave, we will rebuild it in no time and will ban all rafidhis from entering madina ever again !

(salam)

I can't talk about the mod's action, he talks for himself. The conversation was between us.

And yes, do ask, there was Shia oppression before he 1991 uprising in Najaf and Kerbala.

Wa`Salaam

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No there was not, only kurds were oppressed by the saddam regime, which wasn't perfect just like khomayni's wasn't!

Salaam,

  Im nearly sure its Haram, I read about in "Kitab al Tawhid" by Shaykh Muhammad Ibn al-Wahhab.... And the Masjid of Nabi (saas) is only a Mosque, I will not go there to see a grave, I go to worhip Allah (SWT), he alone is infallible, and worthy of worship

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Mashallah bro, he would have even destroyed prohet Muhammed's (saw) grave if he had a chance like yazid?

mashallah, yazid's sunnah isn't haraam upon us, since the sahaba are like stars , whomsoever we follow will lead us to jannah

Imam Mahdi ??? Are they illiterate ?

No mention abt grandson of Holy Prophet (SAWA)...Beauty, thats the only thing they can see...

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it is imam mahd's hiding place, isn't it? isn't it the place or the cave from where imam mahdi hid himself?

by sending blessing on Yazid, accusing 'rafidis' of attacking the kaaba and calling it the hiding place of Imam (as), which is the typical nasibi rhetoric you have crossed the line and there is no place for you here, go and spread your yazidi venom elsewhere.

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and naudhubillah, iranian forces waiting on the footsteps?

Sunnis will never let it happen, By the beard of Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique

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The Shia`s won the election with a major amount of votes. I don't know why you bring in the Irani's. We were talking of Iraqi Shia's forming the Government, not Irani's. And yes, this is an example of oppression; they won the seats in a democracy. You sit weeping over the fact, wanting to ensure it doenn't happen.

Wa`Salaam

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So you are OPENLY admitting of thinking of attacking Great Caliph's  grave????

This is outrageous an act, the rafidhis first attacked makkah and now madina ? why are you behaving like yazid  now?

If you are going to bomb great caliph's grave, we will rebuild it in no time and will ban all rafidhis from entering madina ever again !

I am giving you a hypothetical situation, stop dodging it and answer it.

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Is it us Shia's who want disunity, is it us going out there killing innocent sunni's bombing their mosque's causing chaos on the streets. I don't think so Shabbir. It's always been from the opposite, whether they are Sunni's, Wahabi's, Jew's, Christains or whoever.

Will you still hope for unity and calm when they attack our other shrines in Iraq. Will you still sit on your backsides and call for unity. There hasn't been unity over the 1400 years and there never will be till our 12th Imam returns.

Stop dreaming and wake up to the reality.

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No there was not, only kurds were oppressed by the saddam regime, which wasn't perfect just like khomayni's wasn't!

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I've known Iraqi's captured by Saddam before 1991. They dissapeared, and were never heard of. Some were discovered in the mass graves. Some may never be discovered. You may choose to shut your eyes to the truth. Fortunately, that does not change the truth.

Wa`Salaam

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Grand Ayatollah Basheer al-Najafi, center, one of four top Shiite clerics pictured on his way to meet Grand AyatollahAli al-Sistani, the top Iraqi Shiite cleric to discuss the situation following the shrine explosion in Samarra, in holy Shiite city of Najaf, 160 kilometers (100 miles) south of Baghdad, Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2006. A large explosion Wednesday heavily damaged the golden dome of one of Iraq's most famous Shiite religious shrines, sending protesters pouring into the streets. It was the third major attack against Shiite targets in as many days. (AP Photo/Alaa AL-Marjani)

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The Shia`s won the election with a major amount of votes. I don't know why you bring in the Irani's. We were talking of Iraqi Shia's forming the Government, not Irani's. And yes, this is an example of oppression; they won the seats in a democracy. You sit weeping over the fact, wanting to ensure it doenn't happen.

you forgot to mention the fact that sunnis won a lot of seats this time round , even though they are not in majority, so much that shias coudln't even form a majority govt, since they divide themselves amongst sects over sects for no good reason !

and i am involving iran in this because a mod here talked about bringing iranians into equation. Anyway, an iranian cleric is already governing iraq. He should go back to iran !

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I am giving you a hypothetical situation, stop dodging it and answer it.

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i already answered it, didn't i? and yeah right about you being hypothetical, you are a liar as well alongwith a badmouth rafidhi mod who breaks the rule of this site!

Is it us Shia's who want disunity, is it us going out there killing innocent sunni's bombing their mosque's causing chaos on the streets. I don't think so Shabbir. It's always been from the opposite, whether they are Sunni's, Wahabi's, Jew's, Christains or whoever.

Will you still hope for unity and calm when they attack our other shrines in Iraq. Will you still sit on your backsides and call for unity. There hasn't been unity over the 1400 years and there never will be till our 12th Imam returns.

Stop dreaming and wake up to the reality.

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Please don't involve sunnis into this, why involve them, they only want peace!

(salam)

I've known Iraqi's captured by Saddam before 1991. They dissapeared, and were never heard of. Some were discovered in the mass graves. Some may never be discovered. You may choose to shut your eyes to the truth. Fortunately, that does not change the truth.

Wa`Salaam

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they probably were betrayers and sided with iran in the iran-iraq war !

I like al-Wahhab, he was a very inspiring man,who helped retain pure Islaam, I like his books, you dont support the Salafi? Quran and Sunnah, thats my motto... :)

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Irrelevent thread!

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The shrine is NOWAY similar to the shrine of Prophet (saw), if it wasn't for Prophet(saw) there would have been no syeds nor shia imams!

It isn't sunni fault that our great caliphs Omar(ra) and Abu Bakr(ra) are buried alongside Prophet (saw) :D

Actually, these are baseless accusations by the amriKKKans and zionists, i am shocked to see shias believing in this, even though they follow "mintaq" ( logic )

But since you are willing to believe it and even thinking about bringing iranian and lebanese soldiers in to the country, it will only give sunni countries green flag to send their troops into the country. You see, pakistan is already in the waiting list :D

I told you, it only will take a month to repair the shrine, how hard is that?!

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The Shrine can be compared to the Prophet's. They were his Family. And honestly, I don't particular care where your great caliphs are buried. I would visit the Prophet and the mosque. I don't want this topic to get diverted into who should have been buried where. So let's not get off track here.

About my "baseles'' accusations, check out the news source. You will see wo the insurgents are. They are known o have come from different Arab countries, and to have joined the Al qaeda and Zarqawi.

And no, I didn't actually think of bringing in the Irani's and Lebanese. Initally, I wasn't even for the idea. You know what though? It may actually help protect the Shrines. If I follow your logic, since the 'Arabs' are already in, why not the Irani's or Labenese. Nothing else, they can coach the Iraqi's on providing better security to the Shrines.

Wa`Salaam

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I like al-Wahhab, he was a very inspiring man,who helped retain pure Islaam, I like his books, you dont support the Salafi? Quran and Sunnah, thats my motto... :)

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This is what a british agent who manipulated Abdul Wahab had to say about him in his memoirs;

I established a very intimate friendship with Muhammad bin Abd-ul-wahhaab of Najd. I launched a campaign of praising him everywhere. One day I said to him: "You are greater than 'Umar and 'Alee. If the Prophet were alive now, he would appoint you as his Khaleefa instead of them. I expect that Islam will be renovated and improved in your hands. You are the only scholar who will spread Islam all over the world."

Muhammad the son of Abd-ul-wahhaab and I decided to make a new interpretation of the Qur'aan; this new interpretation was to reflect only our points of view and would be entirely contrary to those explanations made by the Sahaaba, by the imaams of madh-habs and by the mufassirs (deeply learned scholars specialized in the explanation of the Qur'aan). We were reading the Qur'aan and talking on some of the aayats. My purpose in doing this was to mislead Muhammad. After all, he was trying to present himself as a revolutionist and would therefore accept my views and ideas with pleasure so that I should trust him all the more.

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I sensed that Muhammad of Najd desired a woman at that moment; he was single. I said to him, "Come on, let us each get a woman by mut'a nikaah. We will have a good time with them. He accepted with a nod. This was a great opportunity for me, so I promised to find a woman for him to amuse himself. My aim was to ally the timidity he had about people. But he stated it a condition that the matter be kept as a secret between us and that the woman not even be told what his name was. I hurriedly went to the Christian women who had been sent forth by the Ministry of Colonies with the task of seducing the Muslim youth there. I explained the matter to one of them. She accepted to help, so I gave her the nickname Safiyya. I took Muhammad of Najd to her house. Safiyya was at home, alone. We made a one-week marriage contract for Muhammad of Najd, who gave the woman some gold in the name of "Mehr." Thus we began to mislead Muhammad of Najd, Safiyya from within, and I from without.

Muhammad of Najd was thoroughly in Safiyya's hands now. Besides, he had tasted the pleasure of disobeying the commandments of the Sharee'at under the pretext of freedom of ijtihaad and ideas.

The third day of the mut'a nikaah I had a long dispute with him over that hard drinks were not haraam (forbidden by Islam). Although he quoted many aayats and hadeeths showing that it was haraam to have hard drinks, I cancelled all of them and finally said, "It is a fact that Yezeed and the Umayyad and Abbasid Khaleefas had hard drinks. Were they all miscreant people and you are the only adherent of the right way? They doubtless knew the Qur'aan and the Sunna better than you do. They inferred from the Qur'aan and the Sunna that the hard drink is makrooh, not haraam. Also, it is written in Jewish and Christian books that alcohol is mubaah (permitted). All religions are Allah's commandments. In fact, according to a narrative, 'Umar had hard drinks until the revelation of the aayat, 'You have all given it up, haven't you?" If it had been haraam, the Prophet would have chastised him. Since the Prophet did not punish him, hard drink is halaal." [The fact is that 'Umar 'radiy-allaahu anh' used to take hard drinks before they were made haraam. He never drank after the prohibition was declared. If some of the Umayyad and Abbasid Khaleefas took alcoholic drinks, this would not show that drinks with alcohol are makrooh. It would show that they were sinners, that they committed haraam. For the aayat-i-kereema quoted by the spy, as well as other aayat-i-kereemas and hadeeth-i-shereefs, shows that drinks with alcohol are haraam. It is stated in Riyaad-un-naasiheen, "Formerly it was permissible to drink wine. Hadrat 'Umar, Sa'd ibni Waqqas, and some other Sahaabees used to drink wine. Later the two hundred and nineteenth aayat of Baqara soora was revealed to declare that it was a grave sin. Sometime later the forty-second aayat of Nisaa soora was revealed and it was declared, 'Do not approach the namaaz when you are drunk!'" Eventually, the ninety-third aayat of Maaida soora came and wine was made haraam. It was stated as follows in hadeeth-i- shereefs: "If something would intoxicate in case it were taken in a large amount, it is haraam to take it even in a small amount." and "Wine is the gravest of sins." and "Do not make friends with a person who drinks wine! Do not attend his funeral (when he dies)! Do not form a matrimonial relationship with him!" and "Drinking wine is like worshipping idols." and "May Allaahu ta'aalaa curse him who drinks wine, sells it, makes it, or gives it."] ***

Muhammad of Najd said, "According to some narratives, 'Umar drank alcoholic spirits after mixing it with water and said it was not haraam unless it had an intoxicating effect. 'Umar's view is correct, for it is declared in the Qur'aan, 'The devil wants to stir up enmity and grudge among you and to keep you from doing dhikr of Allah and from namaaz by means of drinks and gambling. You will give these up now, won't you?' Alcoholic spirits will not cause the sins defined in the aayat when it does not intoxicate. Therefore, hard drinks are not haraam when they don't have an intoxicating effect."

I told Safiyya about this dispute we had on drinks and instructed her to make him drink a very strong spirit. Afterwards, she said, "I did as you said and made him drink. He danced and united with me several times that night." From them on Safiyya and I completely took control of Muhammad of Najd. In our farewell talk the Minister of Colonies had said to me, "We captured Spain from the disbelievers [he means Muslims] by means of alcohol and fornication. Let us take all our lands back by using these two great forces again." Now I know how true a statement it was.

http://www.sunna.info/antiwahabies/wahhabies/htm/spy1.htm

Drinkin booz huh?

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i already answered it, didn't i? and yeah right about you being hypothetical, you are a liar as well alongwith a badmouth rafidhi mod who breaks the rule of this site!

No you didn't, I asked if you would be speaking in the same passive tone.

Secondly, I didn't slander your second caliph, its the truth.

Here;

"The Servant of Hadhrath Umar narrates when Umar would urinate he would call out to me to bring something with which he could clean himself, I would bring him a piece of wood or a stone, would hold Hadhrath Umar's penis and rub it against a wall or on the ground, Imam of Ahl as-Sunnah Baihaqi stated that of all types of wiping cleaning this is the most correct method".

Sunni Source: Fatawat Abdul Hai, p. 303.

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I like al-Wahhab, he was a very inspiring man,who helped retain pure Islaam, I like his books, you dont support the Salafi? Quran and Sunnah, thats my motto... :)

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Salafi Boy what are u upto :huh: Go and open new thread we'll talk abt it there Inshallah.

Wassalam.

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you forgot to mention the fact that sunnis won a lot of seats this time round , even though they are not in majority, so much that shias coudln't even form a majority govt,

Anyway, an iranian cleric is already governing iraq. He should go back to iran !

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I think I may have in an earlier post, hence the attempt by BOTH Sunnies and Shias to form a united government.

This 'Irani' cleric you accuse of being involved in Iraq's internal affair has lived in Iraq for decades, and has been offered an Iraqi passport. Having lived there for so long, it's his home. Additionally, he has restrained people form lashing out at the Sunnies, holding people's emotions in check. You shold be grateful to him. One word by Syed Seestani, and you will have people enmass on the roads.

Wa`Salaam

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21. جامع 12 ربيع الأول : شارع فلسطين – حي المهندسين – اقتحم المسجد وضرب بالقاذفة وسُرقت ممتلكاته كاملة وسُرقت ممتلكات بيت الشيخ والنقود واعتقلوا حارس المسجد.

22. جامع آل البيت – شارع فلسطين – حي النيل – اقتحام المسجد وحرقه ونهب جميع ممتلكاته وأثاثه.

23. جامع حسن البارح : في السبع ابكار قرب الوقف السني – هجوم بالقاذفات.

24. جامع الخضيري في الكراده – قرب شارع المسبح – هجوم مسلح

25. جامع القدوس : في الكاظمية – تطويق الجامع من قبل مسلحين.

26. جامع قباء : منطقة الشعب – الاستيلاء على الجامع من قبل مسلحين.

27. جامع آل يس في منطقة جميلة – تطويق الجامع من قبل مسلحين.

28. جامع سيد الشهداء : في منطقة جميلة – تطويق الجامع من قبل مسلحين.

29. جامع زيد : منطقة جميلة – احتلال الجامع من قبل مسلحين.

30. جامع البديع :منطقة الحسينية – احتلال الجامع من قبل مسلحين.

31. هجوم ثالث على جامع النداء.

32. جامع الخلفاء : حي اور قرب السدة ضرب بعيارات نارية وقنابل ويوجد عدد من الشهداء

33. جامع بدرية: منطقة الطالبية قرب ساحة 83 اعتداء مسلح

34. جامع الفردوس : حي اور اعتداء مسلح

35. جامع مصعب بن عمير : البنوك شارع الكنيسة اعتداء مسلح وجرح احد المصلين و ضرب مرة ثانيه بقاذفة فأصابت المأذنة

36. جامع الحق : منطقة الشعب شارع الصحة تعرض إلى اعتداء مسلح

37. جامع السادة النعيم : تقاطع الشعب – الصليخ تعرض إلى اعتداء مسلح

38. جامع النداء : حي القاهرة تعرض إلى اعتداء مسلح

39. جامع عباد الرحمن : شارع فلسطين محلة 505 ضرب بقنبلتين مع اطلاقات بي كي سي وضرب مرة اخرى بقذائف هاون وسقوط عدد من الشهداء جامع عباد الرحمن

40. جامع الحاجة فوزية: شارع فلسطين محلة 503 اقتحام الجامع واختطاف المؤذن بعد ضربه ضربا مبرحا بالعصي واصابته بكسور واخذه إلى جهة مجهولة

41. جامع ابو عبيدة : حي القاهرة اعتداء مسلح

42. جامع العاني : الوزيرية مقابل المكتبة المركزية اعتداء مسلح

43. جامع مالك بن انس : بغداد الجديدة حي المعلمين ضرب بقنابل صوتية وعيارات نارية من قبل جيش المهدي

44. جامع عثمان بن عفان : بغداد الجديدة النعيرية محلة 709 اعتداء مسلح

45. اشتباك بين عناصر من جيش المهدي واهالي منطقة الصليخ ادى إلى احراق سيارة من جيش المهدي وقتل من فيها

46. جامع السامرائي : بعداد الجديدة اعتداء مسلح

47. جامع حي العمال : البلديات اعتداء مسلح

48. جامع النصير في حي النصر والسلام احتل من قبل مسلحين

49. جامع الهدى في حي الشهداء – العبيدي احتل من قبل مسلحين

50. جامع ابو ذر في الكمالية احتل من قبل مسلحين

51. جامع المعلمين في حي المعلمين بغداد الجديدة احتل من قبل مسلحين

52. جامع الخضيري في الكرادة

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53. جامع سلمان باك في المدائن

54. جامع ابو القاسم منطقة الشعب (احتلال)

55. جامع انس بن مالك في المشتل محاصر من قبل جيش المهدي

56. جامع الودود في في حي اور .

57. جامع الاسراء احتلال المسجد منطقة نواب الضباط – بغداد الجديدة واللطمية تبث عبر المسجد

58. جامع الصفا احتلال المسجد منطقة نواب الضباط – بغداد الجديدة واللطمية تبث عبر المسجد

59. جامع المصطفى احتلال المسجد منطقة نواب الضباط – بغداد الجديدة واللطمية تبث عبر المسجد

60. جامع عبد الله بن مظعون – منطقة الشعب – اقتحام واحراق المسجد.

61. جامع الجهاد – منطقة الشعب – احتلال المسجد من قبل مسلحين.

62. جامع النذير البشير – الشعب – اشتباك حارسي الجامع مع جيش المهدي وقتل ثلاثة عناصر منهم ثم انسحبا بعد نفاذ الذخيرة وتم الاستيلاء على الجامع وحرقه.

63. جامع نصار – بغداد الجديدة –م715 قرب الملجأ حرق من قبل مسلحين وسلب واحتلال المسجد.

64. جامع اسماء ذات النطاقين- بغداد الجديدة – النعيرية – هجوم مسلح

65. جامع الإسراء والمعراج – حي الأمين – بغداد الجديدة – هجوم بالقذائف.

66. جامع أبو القاسم – بغداد الجديدة – نواب الضباط – هجوم بعيارات نارية

67. جامع النقيب الشهيد – المشتل – حي الرئاسة – هجوم باطلاقات نارية وحرق الجامع.

68. جامع محمد الفاتح – المشتل – هجوم مسلح بالقاذفات

69. جامع آل سمين – حي المعلمين – بغداد الجديدة – هجوم مسلح

70. جامع الفرقان – الصليخ الجديد- هجوم بعيارات نارية

71. جامع الراشدي – الحسينية – احتلال المسجد بعد استشهاد الشيخ عامر الزوبعي رحمه الله دفاعا عنه.

72. اعتقال الشيخ صفاء الحيالي في الحسينية ، و إطلاق سراحه بعد ذلك بعد إجباره على شتم أهل السنة بواسطة مكبرات المسجد

احتلال مساجد اهل السنة على اثر تفجير الامام علي الهادي يوم الاربعاء 22/2/ 2003 في جامع الحمزة : الغزالية قرب الشعلة هجوم مسلح واقتحام الجامع واحراقه

جانب الكرخ من بغداد

73. جامع ام القرى: الغزالية اعتداء مسلح مرتين

74. جامع السبطين منطقة حي العامل هجوم مسلح واطلاق نار

75. جامع الهدى في السيدية هجوم مسلح قذيفة اربي جي سفن

76. جامع عبد الرحمن بن عوف هجوم مسلح

77. جامع القدس في حي العامل هجوم مسلح واحتلال المسجد من قبل مظاهرة مسلحه وتغيير اسمه واعلان اغلاقه لمدة ثلاثة أيام.

78. جامع الأقطاب الأربعة في حي العامل – تم ضربه بصاروخين قاذفات

79. اعتدء على جامع فرج علي الصالح ..اقتحام والعبث بمحتوياته.

80. جامع السامرائي في حي العامل هجوم مسلح واحتلال المسجد من قبل مظاهرة مسلحه وتغيير اسمه واعلان اغلاقه لمدة ثلاثة أيام.

81. جامع القدوس في الكاظمية – تطويق الجامع من قبل مسلحين

82. جامع الزيدان في حي السلام

83. جامع يس في الدورة تم نسفه بالكامل

84. جامع الرسالة في منطقة الدورة تم نسفه بالكامل

85. جامع البستاني : منطقة الاعلام ضرب بقذيفة هاون

86. جامع البطاوي : منطقة الشعلة – اقتحام المسجد واحراقه

87. جامع الرحمة : منطقة الشعلة – اقتحام المسجد واحراقه.

88. جامع المصطفى : منطقة الاعلام حي الشباب هجوم مسلح

89. جامع الحمزة : منطقة التراث اعتداء باطلاقات نارية

90. جامع الرحمة : العطيفية اعتداء مسلح

91. جامع الكبيسي في حي الشرطة – الشهداء هجوم مسلح بقذيفتين اربي جي

92. تهديد جوامع محافظة الديوانية طلب اخلائها مثل جامع الكبير وجامع شهداء حطين

93. تهديد عدد من جوامع الناصرية

94. جامع الديوانية الكبير

95. جامع شهداء حطين في الديوانية

96. محاصر فرع الحزب الاسلامي في البصرة واحراقه وجرح احد اعضاء الحزب والباقي محصورون داخل المبنى الذي يحترق ومن ضمنهم عضو مجلس النواب القادم عن البصرة الشيخ خلف الشيخ عيسى.

97. مركز الرصافة للحزب الاسلامي العراقي اعتداء مسلح

98. شعبة الزعفرانيه للحزب الاسلامي العراقي اعتداء مسلح

99. احراق مقام الصحابي الجليل طلحة بن عبيد الله في البصرة

100. جامع الفيحاء في البصرة – ضرب بقاذفات آر بي جي

101. جامع العشرة المبشرة: مدينة البصرة اعتداء مسلح

102. احراق معمل شعرية النجوم في بغداد الجديدة العائد إلى احد تجار السنة الحاج نصار

الاغتيالات والانتقالات والشهداء:

103- الشهيد الشيخ غازي الزوبعي إمام وخطيب أحد المساجد في الحسينية اثاء الهجوم على المسجد من قبل مسلحين

104الشهيد الشيخ خليل سلامه النداوي إمام وخطيب جامع الراشدين في الحسينية

105 شهيد الشيخ حسن امام وخطيب جامع اليمان – الزعفرانية

106 الشهيد علي يسر – جامع يس في الدورة

1الشهيد محمد الجنابي مع ابنته استشهدوا في دارهم

107 - الجريح الشيخ عبد المجيد رشيد اصابة بالغة .

108- الجريح محمد غالب – يرقد في مستشفى البصرة التعليمي

109- اعتقال الشيخ علي حسين الدليمي

110-اعتقال انس حسين الدليمي

111- اعتقال حسن حسين الدليمي

112- اعتقال عمار سمير العاني – منطقة حي الكيلاني . النهضة .

113-الجريح وهاب حمزة – البصرة ( حرس في الوقف السني )

114- الجريح سهيل نجم – البصرة ( حرس في الوقف السني )

115- الجريح علي جاسم – البصرة ( حرس في الوقف السني )

116- الجريح علاء رشيد بربوتي – البصرة ( حرس في الوقف السني )

117- الشهيد يحيى شاكر شلال – جامع الحمزة في البصرة

118 - اعتقال ثمانية من اهل السنة في منطقة ابو دشير

119- حرق سوق الدورة وحرق تسعة محلات

120- اعتقال الشيخ احمد عبد الخالق امام وخطيب جامع الصفا في بغداد الجديدة

121- اعتقال اثنان من اهل السنّة في الديوانية :

· احمد عمار عوض .

· سجيل محمد علي .

122- اعتقال اولاد الحاج حميد الظفيري في منطقة بغداد الجديدة –نواب الضباط .

123- احتلال مقر الحزب الاسلامي في الديوانية .

124- احتلال مديرية الوقف السنّي في الديوانية .

125- الاعتداء على جامع حطين بالاسلحة الخفيفة واعتقال احد حراسه والآخر مصاب اصابة خطيرة في باب المسجد .

126- استشهاد محمد الجنابي مع ابنته (استشهدا في دارهم ) .

127- استشهاد الشيخ خليل – امام وخطيب جامع الراشدي – الحسينية .

128- استشهاد الشيخ حسن – امام وخطيب جامع اليمان – الزعفرانية .

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(bismillah)

(salam)

(salam)

About my "baseles'' accusations, check out the news source. You will see wo the insurgents are. They are known o have come from different Arab countries, and to have joined the Al qaeda and Zarqawi.

Are you talking about Al CIA-da?

http://www.islamicdigest.net/v61forum/inde...;prev_next=prev

If the Kurds get too much power, if the Shi'ite list disintegrates, if the US keeps building its sprawling military bases - which means they will be in Iraq for the long run, supported by puppet governments - the Sunni resistance will definitely become a national, Sunni-Shi'ite resistance. As for "terrorism", according to Baghdad sources, an overwhelming number of moderate, secular Sunnis and Shi'ites are convinced that "arch terrorist" Abu Musab al-Zarqawi is being exploited in a CIA black-ops designed to exacerbate ethnic tensions.
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I still think the "dumbest post award" on this thread goes to YaAba3abdillah so far for this comment:

(bismillah)

(salam)

^ The iraqis aren't doing a very good job at protecting the shrines of our Imams. Maybe it's about time Iranians took over.

Maybe Iran should fix it's own issues such as prostitution and drugs before embarking on saving Iraq. Last thing we want to see in Iraq is more censorship and house arrests of our scholars. Maybe they should start treating Iraqies in their country as humans before you expect them to treat Iraqies next door as such.

Don't confuse what I said above for me not wishing some of Iran's strong Shia influence upon Iraq.

May Allah protect Ayatollah Seestani (ha) and give him long life and patience to deal with these calamities and keep Iraq free of the hands that wish to tear it apart.

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(salam)

May Allah protect  Ayatollah Seestani (ha) and give him long life and patience to deal with these calamities and keep Iraq free of the hands that wish to tear it apart.

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Ameen. He is a voice of reason amidst all this calamity. Let's listen to him!

Wa`Salaam

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Brother, what is the 'Al CIA-da'?

I was talking in general, that some of the Insurgents including Zarqawi are said to have come from the neighbouring countries.

Wa`Salaam

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Al Qaeda is a just a sublet of the actual organisation operating the operations of it, which we all know better as " CIA" so we refer to al qaeda as Al CIA Da!

Zarqawi, like abdul wahhab, is a western agent and his sole purpose is to start fitnah in iraq possibly leading to civil war in the region!

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The violence — many of the 90 attacks on Sunni mosques were carried out by Shiite militias — seemed to push Iraq closer to all-out civil war than at any point in the three years since the U.S.-led overthrow of

Saddam Hussein.

So the Sadr Militia is in action, stupid punks don't understand the situation at hand, they are only going to cause trouble in the region,

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(salam)

Seriously wat r u guys discussin (i wont mention the names).. this thread was opened to show Muslim unity wen it comes to attack Holy shrines of Prophet (pbuh) and his (pbuh) family (as) but few of u here r wastin time attackin each other with no gud results.. Does it show ur love towards Imams u follow.. it doesnt it shows u makin them a point where u can use them to fight personal fights.. Calm down u all who claim to b folllowers of Prophet (pbuh) n look at wats happenin outside in the world.. but if u still want to continue with ur non-sense u better open a diff thread under diff title..

See by yourself how their headlines appear n tell me wat is the common goal they r all tryin to acheive..

CNN, USA

Shiite mosque bombing sparks attacks on Sunnis

27 Sunni sites targeted; 3 imams killed.

ABC NEWS, USA

Sunnis Hit After Shiite Shrine Blast

ABC, Australia

Iraqi cleric Sadr vows revenge over shrine blast

BBC, UK

Iraq shrine blast sparks protests

Tens of thousands of people have staged protests across Iraq after a bomb attack heavily damaged one of the holiest sites in Shia Islam.

FOX NEWS, USA

Shrine Attack Brings Reprisals and Fear

A large explosion heavily damaged the golden dome of one of Iraq's most famous Shiite shrines Wednesday, spawning mass protests and triggering reprisal attacks against Sunni mosques. It was the third major attack against Shiite targets this week and threatened to stoke sectarian tensions.

MSNBC, USA

Iraq mosque blast sparks sectarian anger

Reprisals, protest following attack on shrine raise fears of civil war

CHANNEL4, UK

Iraq could be heading for civil war as one of its holiest Shi'ite shrines was destroyed by Sunni militants. Where did these evil ppl got this news from Not even Iraqi police is able to confirm yer who is behind it but Channel 4 already knows who did it???? Look wat they r doin to Muslims!!!

CHANNEL5, UK

Violence Erupts After Shrine Bombed

The Prime Minister said Britain was ready to make a contribution towards rebuilding the Askariya mosque.

The bombing has already sparked a wave of violence which has seen six Sunni Muslims killed and dozens of Sunni mosques attacked.

SKY NEWS, UK

Anger Over Shrine Attack

The bombing has already sparked a wave of violence which has seen six Sunni Muslims killed and dozens of Sunni mosques attacked.

n last but not the least

THE WHITE HOUSE

President Extends Condolences and Condemns Bombing of the Golden Mosque in Samarra to Iraqi People.

The United States stands ready to do all in its power to assist the Government of Iraq to identify and bring to justice those responsible for this terrible act. And the American people pledge to work with the people of Iraq to rebuild and restore the Golden Mosque of Samarra to its former glory.

Unite All Lovers of Allah, Muhammed (pbuh) and AhlulBayt (as)

wa salaam

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'Sunni militants' killed in Basra 

Gunmen have killed at least 11 people after entering a prison in the southern Iraqi city of Basra, police have said.

They said all of the victims were believed to be Sunni militants, including several foreigners.

The attack in the largely Shia city comes amid a wave of anger among Iraq's Shias over a bomb attack on one of their holiest shrines in Samarra.

Iraqi President Jalal Talabani appealed for calm, and urged Iraqis to work together to avert a civil war.

Police in Basra said the gunmen entered into the Mina prison, disarming the guards and seizing a group of suspected Sunni militants.

 

The bodies of the inmates were later found in the city, amid reports that they had been tortured before being shot.

Among the victims were Egyptian and Saudi nationals, police said.

The gunmen were reportedly dressed as police officers and arrived to the prison in several vehicles.

I'm sorry, but I couldn't help but sigh a sigh of relief at this. There is no better day than today that these scum are forced to meet their lord.

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