Friday, December 28

Iranians by Loyalty

You see above the flags of both Hizbullah and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.

Hizbullah is obviously the "Arab arm" of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard in the Arab world. The only differences between the two flags are the colors, the language, the Quranic verse above the rifle.

Every true Muslim (Sunni) and Arab should stand against Hizbullah, as supporting it means supporting the expansion of the Safavid Iranian republic. Hizbullah is not fighting for the SUNNI Shebaa Farms, that's just a lie; it's keeping its weapons and rockets for when it's the right time to take over Lebanon when the Shia become a majority. they are now around 29.5% of voters in the Lebanese elections (gives a semi-accurate count of their numbers in Lebanon), preceded only by the Lebanese Sunnis at 29.6%. However, they have already started lying about being the single biggest Lebanese sect, standing at 40% of the population! Another hoax, just like theirs in Iraq (of being at least 60% of the people, while they are barely above 40% really, and also being 90% of Iran, while in fact the Sunnis make up at least 1/3 of the population. Another lie is them being 15-20% of Saudis while in reality they are only 3-5%!!)

Hizbullah is the new Ataturk for our ummah. Those who know the early Arab history from around and after the downfall of the Ottoman state would know the Egyptian great poet Ahmad Shawqi. He praised Ataturk so much when he could "defeat" the allies and prevent the colonization of Turkey (Asia Minor), he praised him so much that he likened him to the Prophet's companion Khalid ibn al-Waleed, the marvellous Islamic military commander whom the Prophet (pbuh) called "Allah's Unsheathed Sword"!!! Yes, Shawqi called Ataturk the "modern Khalid ibn al-Walid", but what happened few years after that praise?

We all know what Ataturk did to post-Ottoman Turkey:
(1) banning the Islamic call to prayer in Arabic;
(2) banning the Islamic fez for men and headscarves for women;
(3) omitting as many as possible of Arabic and Persian words from the Turkish language (ex., he dropped the word 'madrasah' from Turkish and replaced it with 'kol', from the English 'school'.)
(4) he banned the usage of Arabic script in favour of the Latin script, thereby disconnecting the Turks from their then-near Ottoman glorious past and their Islamic link to their Muslim neighbours.

Expect such 'revolutionary', destructive changes from Hizbullah if he assumes power in Lebanon. Read Musa al-Musawi's "The Miserable Revolution" (if found in English) to know about what Khomeini did to Iran and Iranians after he became in power.

The believers don't fall in the same trap twice, the Prophet (pbuh, inspired that by Allah) told us.

Are you a believer?

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