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Sheikh Imran Hosein - The Diabolic Plan for World Sunni - Shia Civil War!

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The escalation and the pushing of hatred of Shias amongst Sunni Muslims in Muslim countries is a deliberate plan of Shaytanic forces to create a world wide civil war between Shias and Sunnis for the benefit of Israel. Sheikh Imran Hossein exposes this plot along with other kernels of truth in hopes of waking up Muslims, especially Sunni Muslims. Yes, there are differences between Shias and Sunnis but they are closer to each other in beliefs and understanding of Islam than Shias or Sunnis are close to Christians and Jews. But yet the leadership of most Sunni ruled countries in the Middle East walk hand in hand with the people the Qur'an describes as the worst enemies of Muslims (Jews & Mushriks) and are active in propagandizing and demonizing Shias  in order to satisfy the enemies of Islam. Muslims must be aware of this plot and work against it.

 

There couldn't be a worst time in history for this plot to gain success. This is a time when, Islam and  ALL Muslims are being most viciously attacked by Islamophobes, terrorists, Mushriks,  Israel, Arab puppet leaders and the military might of NATO. Both the religion and the people of Islam are under the most extreme, unwarranted assaults in their history. The absolute worst thing Muslims can do is join in the destruction of themselves by fighting with each other. More than any other time in our history, this is a time for Muslims to join together in unity.

 

As evidenced in Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Yemen, Palestine, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Pakistan, Libya, Kasmir and other Muslim countries, the common enemies of Muslims do not care if the Muslims school of thought followed is Shia or Sunni, they wage war and destruction on both. Those pushing Shia/Sunni divide do nothing more than play into the hands of our worst enemies. It is time for all right minded people be they Sunni, Shia, Christian and others to come together and work hard against our common enemy who wants to destroy us all. Part of our enemies tactic is divide and conquer. Muslims should not let themselves fall into the trap of Shia - Sunni divide by lifting their hands in supporting the destruction of the Muslim Ummah.

 

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speak truth
+3 #1 speak truth 2012-06-20 22:40
This is a truthful statement. The same statement holds true for black whether african american or african. The world has to unite against the forces of evil and empire...we know who they are.
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Sam Dudic
+4 #2 Sam Dudic 2012-06-21 08:53
Excellent insightful analysis characteristic only for the distinguished, brilliant Sheikh Imran Nazar Hosein ! Important: this applies to both Moslems and Christians, maybe to normal "agnoistics" either- in face of Mortal Threat waiting for us all who don't belong to the Globalist Mammonite Empire...
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s. Saboor
+3 #3 s. Saboor 2012-06-21 16:06
Its a classic divide and rule scenerio. They do this with the terms moderate versus radical Muslims. Also, the Sufi-Salafi divide. In addition, they play off Kurds versus Arabs versus Persians versus Turks, versus Indians. In the past, the British did it with Hindus and Muslims, just so they could maintain their hegemony in India.
In the United States, they do this by inciting debates in masjids about womens' place in the masjids. It actually goes back to the whole nefarious agenda of the "Willy Lynch Laws." Lynch advocated divide and rule among Black slaves in an effort to destroy the Black community--old versus young, males versus female (feminism), light color versus dark color. Its all the same minupulative game. Beware of their tactics.
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Caring Person
#4 Caring Person 2012-06-21 20:43
I listen to Sheikh Imran regularly and think he is one of the more aware, better studied, and less sensationalist scholars out there. However, I believe he could use more work with his attitude about women (even though there is lots of religious literature to back his claims, but I don't think that God would ever want women to be subjugated to the point of not being treated as human beings), and attribute that to his stance as a male, being taught by a male, being surrounded by males, and thinking all Muslim women and men who do not believe that women are not to be passive and stay obediently behind men (and never question them) are terrible evil Western feminists brainwashed by the Zionists.

Saboor, there IS actual injustice and discrimination not allowed in Islam that is constantly present in the U.S. masajid, and the fitna is mostly due to men who refuse to open their minds and/or hearts to women as their complementary equals without feeling their stronghold on absolute leadership, authority, and manhood is in question. Their arrogance and monopoly on social and political power is by and large ruining our community, and it is un-Islamic.

Therefore, do not use the Willie Lynch letter to parallel this situation. There is a difference between fighting for justice and fair treatment/representation and deliberately inciting obfuscation. Women are not meant to be slaves of men.
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Nashid
+3 #5 Nashid 2012-06-21 21:05
In defense of the Sheikh sister Caring Person, I have heard him talk about the relationship between men and women. None of what you mentioned about women being the slaves of men is true. That has not been anything he ever espoused. His position always been based on the Qur'an and the fairness that the Qur'an espouses. I do recommend that you check out the following article:

Women in Islam - Pointers for the Western mind: ascertainthetruth.com/.../...

I am sorry you experienced what you experienced by some men, but please know that is not the position of Islam. Women are not slaves of men nor men slaves of women. We are all equal servants of ALLAH. But as it relates to each other the Qur'an says the following:

"And among His Signs is this that He created for you mates from among yourselves, that ye may dwell in tranquility with them, and He has put love and mercy between your (hearts): verily in that are Signs for those who reflect." Qur’an 30:021
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S. Saboor
+1 #6 S. Saboor 2012-06-22 02:37
I care to disagree with Caring Person. I never said that women are inferior to men. As for US masjids not having men open up their eyes and hearts to women, that is a total lie. If anything, feminists have infiltrated the masjids and are promoting man-hatred among the sisters in the United States. Just like with the Willie Lynch laws, you have Jews like Michael Savage (Michael Wiener) telling Muslim women in America that "you are better then your men," and other things. So I will use the Willie Lynch laws. That is what the Jews are doing in American masjids, trying to get American Muslim women to hate their men and tell them they are being oppressed by their husbands. And unfortunately, many sisters in America are buying into that, because the secular universities they go to are indoctrinating them into feminism.
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S. Saboor
+3 #7 S. Saboor 2012-06-22 02:50
Caring Person, I don't mean to be belligerent with you, but you need to reeducate yourself. Try reading this article to open up your mind, which you accuse many Muslim men of what they are not doing:

Feminism is Key to the "Making of a Slave"
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Ebrahim
#8 Ebrahim 2012-06-27 22:06
There are lots of incorrect informations in this lecture such as:

Abu Bakr was elected a Caliph in secrecy. Where were people like hazrat Ali, Ammar, Salman, Bilal, Abdullah bin Abbas, etc?

The holy Prophet said, "I am leaving TWO most precious things amongst you;one is the Book of Allah, the holy Qur'an and the other is my ahlulbait. So long as you holdfast unto both of these, you shall never go astray. These two shall not separate from each other until they meet me at the Fountain of Kawther."

If Islam is purely to do with blood relations of the holy Prophet, then Muslims should stop blessing the aal (family) of the holy Prophet in their salat.

Who are the "ahlulbait" referred to in verse 33 of chapter 33?

Didn't Ayesha, the mother of the believers, the wife of the holy Prophet and a daughter of Abu Bakr wage war against the son-in-law and cousin of the holy Prophet, a sahabi, a member of the ahlulbayt and the Rightful Caliph of her time? The battle is known as the "Battle of Camel".

Didn't Mu'awiyya, the son of Abu Sufyan and hind, the father of Yazeed wage war against the son-in-law and cousin of the holy Prophet, a sahabi, a member of the ahlulbayt and the Rightful Caliph of his time? The battle is known as the "Battle of Siffeen". Ammar Yasir a highly respectable sahabi of the holy Prophet was killed in this battle.

Who killed Abuzar Giffari and how?

THE TRAGEDY IS THAT THE OPPRESSOR IS ALSO RADHIALLAHU ANHU AND THE ONES OPPRESSED ARE ALSO RADHIALLAHU ANHU!!!!

HOW CAN ALLAH BE PLEASED WITH THE OPPRESSORS AS WELL AS THEIR VICTIMS?

HOW COULD IMAM HUSEIN (A.S.), THE GRANDSON OF THE HOLY PROPHET, SON OF ALI AND FATEMA, A LEADER OF THE YOUTHS OF PARADISE, A MEMBER OF THE AHLULBAYT AND A SAHABI OF THE HOLY PROPHET BE BRUTALLY BUTCHERED HUNGRY AND THIRSTY IN THE PLAINS OF KERBALA IN ONLY FIFTY YEARS TIME AFTER HIS GRANDFATHER'S DEATH? HE WAS NOT KILLED BY THE JEWS, CHRISTIANS, HINDUS OR BUDDHISTS BUT BY THE SO CALLED MUSLIMS?

HOW COME THE SUNNI ULAMAS CAN HAVE DEBATE WITH CHRISTIANS, HINDUS, ETC BUT NOT WITH FELLOW SHIAS?

Is it not time for Muslims to wake up from deep sleep and start asking some of these fundamental questions and get sensible answers?

For those who love the enemies of the ahlulbait (a.s.), may Allah raise them with the enemies of the enemies of ahlulbayt. For us Shias we love and follow the "The Gate of the city of knowledge (Imam Ali a.s.), the Princess of Women of Paradise and the Leaders of youths of Paradise.

These are the people who grew up in the lap of the holy Prophet, the house in which the angels descended with salawat and salams, the people upon whom we send durood and salams in our daily prayers.

E.R.
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Nashid
+3 #9 Nashid 2012-06-28 10:23
As Salaam Alaikum Ebrahim,

Thanks for your feedback. I think as Muslims we have to be very careful about insisting on things that will continue the Muslim divide that our common enemies so eagerly wants. Sunnis and Shias have been able to live in peace with each other for hundreds of years even to the point where there have been intermarriages between people belonging to the two schools of thought. Now that our worst enemies are viciously attacking and brutally killing both Sunnis and Shias equally, it is the absolute and critically the most unfavorable time for us to be emphasizing our differences and contributing to our own destruction.

There are many ways I can answer your statements but I will only answer two:

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Abu Bakr was elected a Caliph in secrecy. Where were people like hazrat Ali, Ammar, Salman, Bilal, Abdullah bin Abbas, etc?
When did any of these men protest or disagree with Abu Bakr's appointment as Caliph? There was unanimous agreement by all of them to Abu Bakr becoming the Caliph and they all supported him.

You wrote:

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HOW COULD IMAM HUSEIN (A.S.), THE GRANDSON OF THE HOLY PROPHET, SON OF ALI AND FATEMA, A LEADER OF THE YOUTHS OF PARADISE, A MEMBER OF THE AHLULBAYT AND A SAHABI OF THE HOLY PROPHET BE BRUTALLY BUTCHERED HUNGRY AND THIRSTY IN THE PLAINS OF KERBALA IN ONLY FIFTY YEARS TIME AFTER HIS GRANDFATHER'S DEATH? HE WAS NOT KILLED BY THE JEWS, CHRISTIANS, HINDUS OR BUDDHISTS BUT BY THE SO CALLED MUSLIMS?
I have to agree with you on your emphasis on so-called Muslims because the ones who killed Imam Hussain (A.S) were disobeying Islam and were not acting from any dictates from Islam. Their actions are condemned both by Shias and Sunnis.

I think healthy dialogue between Shia and Sunnis is important and agree that if we could debate with Christians, Jews, etc then we should be able to at least debate with each other.

Our past history as Muslims happened and there is nothing we can change about it. Sunnis and Shias are realities in today's world as the two largest sect of Muslims. What we can affect is our future together. This, more than any other time in history, is a time for unity between Shias and Sunnis. It is a time where our common bond with the Qur'an and our wonderful prophet (saaw) should be emphasized. It is a time where we need to work in unison to defeat our common enemies and not let their schemes of divide and conquer separate us. It is a time for us to continue our peaceful coexistence being of the same religion although from different schools of thought. Lastly it is time for us to be the best Muslim to each other and the world and let ALLAH, not us, decide on which school of thought is the best!

Salaam,
Nashid
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average joe
#10 Both Sunni and Shia are right and wrongaverage joe 2013-06-01 12:49
There has been misinformation on both sides of the aisle. Both Sunni and Shiah are muslim. Both are lacking. Both have something to give. Nowhere but the salami wahaabis refer to hazed as RA. On the other hand the Shiah perpetrate the lie of murder an hazmat Omar. The Sunnis have tried to dee emphasize the manner in which the Shiah make salat, which is a valid form of salat. The Shiah make the lie of adultery on hazrat Ayesha yet the Sunnis especially the salafis say making saltwater and salaam ala Rahul illah is shirk. The Shiah limit who is Ahl bayt. all his wives are Ahl bayt and ummahat al momineen.
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