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abo mussaab
12-23-2015, 04:53 PM
“What happened in Paris happens EVERY SINGLE DAY in Palestine. But rather than issue words of condemnation against the oppressors and offer words of solidarity with the oppressed, the Zionists get a reward of $3.1 billion a year and increased trade from neighboring countries.
The US drones bomb Muslims day and night, and no one in the media condemns that aggression. They killed 500,000 Iraqi children in 10 years of sanctions, and no one in the media condemned that genocidal act. They “bombed Iraq back to the stone ages”, destroying one of the leading economies on earth, and no one in the media condemned that act of aggression.

The life of a Muslim is so worthless that when millions of Muslims are killed by the criminal armies of North America and Europe, it is brushed off as a mistake, and the murderers are forgiven before they are even condemned. And if one person in Europe or North America is killed by a Muslim, the world will demand a decade of apologies from 1.9 billion Muslims worldwide, and that won’t even be enough.”
“From the paradoxes of this Era…

  • Anyone who witness the two Shahada is called a “Muslim”
  • And if he prayed and did the basic obligations (fasting, zakah..) he is called “Religious”
  • And if he was religious and demanded that Sharia should be Applied, he is called “Islamic”
  • And if he was Islamic and wore according to sunnah and had a beard, he is called a “Salafi”
  • And if he was a salafi that hates how the west controls the ummah he becomes a “Salafi Jihadi”
  • And if he waged Jihad against the one stealing his land and money he is called a “terrorist”

but do you know that at the times of Allah’s messenger greeting and prayers of Allah to him, a man had to do all of this to just become a Muslim?
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BeTheChange
12-23-2015, 05:54 PM
This was prophesied.

The People will soon summon one another to attack you as a people just like when someone invites others to eat at a table to share their food.” Someone asked, “Will that be because of our small numbers at that time?”

He replied, “No, you will be numerous at that time: but you will be froth and scum like that carried down by a torrent (of water) [like foam of the sea], and Allah will take the fear of you from the breasts (hearts) of your enemy and cast al-wahn into your hearts.”

Someone asked, “O Messenger of Allah, what is al-wahn?” He replied, “Love of the world and dislike [fear] of death.”


— An authentic hadith recorded by Abu Dawud and Ahmad
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M.I.A.
12-23-2015, 06:26 PM
So its about 3.1 billion per year..

Palestine probably needs someone from the inside.. Although Moses pbuh has been done before.

...real money, walk through and buy the whole room.. Without even wanting it.

Don't literally blow up though!

Although most of the time the room buys you, not really into wiping spit of my face.

....I kid though, there is no room
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IbnAbdulHakim
12-23-2015, 06:30 PM
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Govern..._U.S._Position


shows a lot of world was actually against Iraq war but a tyrant ruler decided to go ahead anyway.

tbh these days I think media does proliferate too much but in reality there is a lot of support for muslims and opposition against Muslim victimisation


Allah knows best
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MuslimInshallah
12-23-2015, 10:44 PM
Assalaamu alaikum,


Mmm... this is just plain not true. There are plenty of voices who speak out against wrongs all over the world. Does this stop wrongdoers from their acts? (sigh) Not necessarily.

But our duty as Muslims is to do what we can. Feel, speak out, and act to stop or alleviate the wrongs of this world... as much as we can. (smile) But we will never be able to eradicate all wrongdoing. It is part of the fabric of this life.

(seriously) But what is important to remember is that the wrongs of others do not justify us doing wrong. If a corporation steals from us... does this give us license to be thieves? If a head of state lies... does this give us license to be liars? If members of an army abuse women and children, does this mean that "our" men may do the same?

(gently) Abo Mussab, you have written many posts about the injustices of this world, about the righteousness of fighting and of the weaknesses of Muslims... (softly) but it is so easy for the Shaitan to take this frustration and anger and use it to convince us that we then have license to do the very things we abhor in others.

(gently) We all have wounds, Abo Mussab... the question is... are we strong enough to strive towards what is good and Pleasing to Allah... or are we going to wander down the easy-seeming paths that lead us into twilit places far from Him?

(smile) You care, Abo Mussab. And this is good and beautiful. But beware of painting the world in striking contrasts of black and white. It can lead you astray.


May Allah, the King, the Source of Peace and Safety, Help us to humbly remember what is Pleasing to Him. Especially when we are in the extremes of despair or exultation.
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