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Message to all Shias on Forum

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Farid

Message to all Shias on Forum
« on: May 15, 2016, 10:52:40 AM »
Please be aware that you have the right to request that your conversations become one on one discussions.

Like Naveen, who was overwhelmed by too many Sunnis participating against him, you too can simply say, "I would like to not be overwhelmed, and to have a discussion solely with MemberX."

muslim720

Re: Message to all Shias on Forum
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2016, 07:43:56 PM »
Reminds me of when I was debating Fadak in ShiaChat and they were all lined up against me.  Alhamdulilah, not only did I hold my own, but I schooled them when it came to the Qur'anic verses pertaining to Fadak.  None of them had heard these verses, let alone explain how Fay is to be distributed.  Many of them started running away with a few lingering around recycling old points which were refuted.

Naveen said that he showed up in a Sunni mosque and without knowing Arabic, he was able to render a Sunni (Egyptian) imam, along with 5 others present there, helpless.  Now I know he was lying. 

On the other hand, as someone who cannot speak Arabic, I have easily man-handled Shias, even their imams at their mosques.  Why?  Because they do not even know basic Arabic pronunciation.  "Ayesheh" for Aisha [ra], "Fatimeh" for Fatima [ra].  And if they are Pakistani - with all due respect to my Pakistani friends - it gets worse.  "Fidak" for Fadak.  Maybe in their feeble minds, they associate "fida" (meaning "to die for" in Farsi, Urdu and Hindi) with Fadak because they think Fadak was worth dying for.  Or when they say this that makes me want to punch their jaws into non-existence.  "Ali tere dushmano pe laanat beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeey shmar" (Ali, endless la'ana on your enemies).  They do not even know that the word is "bey shumaar" not "bey shmar" but they just hear buffoons speak on their pulpits and then mimic them.  Monkey see, monkey do!

Mythbuster1

Re: Message to all Shias on Forum
« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2016, 11:22:16 AM »
Yes bro Muslim 720, I witnessed that alhamdulillah, they had no answers apart from sarcasm, look at the shiachatting minions now they are full of jokes and sly remarks.........cos they know they have NO SOLID FOUNDATION

I bet my kid would debate these rawafid minions on his own

muslim720

Re: Message to all Shias on Forum
« Reply #3 on: May 16, 2016, 12:52:21 PM »
Yes bro Muslim 720, I witnessed that alhamdulillah, they had no answers apart from sarcasm, look at the shiachatting minions now they are full of jokes and sly remarks.........cos they know they have NO SOLID FOUNDATION

Salaam alaykum wa rahmatullah,
I visited ShiaChat (without logging in) over the weekend and the entire place is a ghost town; same old accusations and lies being recycled.  Even during my stay there, I would see new members bring up old, been discussed a million times, topics (sort of like beating a dead horse).  I always wondered why.  But I think I have the answer now.

In the life of every Shia, there comes a time when all the lies they are fed (from their pulpits) take form.  In other words, they hear about Fadak, Saqifah, et cetera, since childhood and there comes a point when they want to come out swinging (mostly happens in their teens).  And that is why you see at least 100 topics (if not more) regarding Fadak alone (for example).  Even the old-timers there, Shias mostly, are fed up of the same issues being brought up over and over again lol!

Farid

Re: Message to all Shias on Forum
« Reply #4 on: May 16, 2016, 01:24:12 PM »
^ I like this theory.

 

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