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Information about Shiism

For those who want some background information and/or infographics about Shiism, which may be the less populous sect of Islam, but is the main religion of Iran, Hezbollah, and the Iraqi Prime Minister.

Middle East

From «Qaradawi» to «Bishara» ... The «Arab Spring» loaded with oil! من «القرضاوي» إلى «بشارة»... «ربيع عربيّ» مثقل بالنفط

دعونا نعترف أنّ «القرضاوي» و»بشارة» كانا مثالين هامّين، ودليلين أكيدين راسخين، على أنّ النفط أيضاً، أعاد إنتاج نسق المرتزقة والمحتالين والسحرة والمشعوذين والنصابين من الأمة!

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War On Syria

The Consequences of Flag Wars in the North

Hard to know what to say to the news that a man has drowned trying to take down two tricolours from an island within a majority Protestant village (the flags had been reported in the news recently, with a local SF MLA calling for their removal)

Sectarianism

Australian Salafi Jihadist arrested in Lebanon

A prominent Australian jihadist who reportedly commanded 300 militiamen and orchestrated clashes in Syria has been arrested in neighbouring Lebanon.

The arrest of Hussam Sabbagh in Lebanon’s second city, Tripoli, has again underscored the substantial involvement of Australians in the violence and chaos gripping the Middle East, following swiftly after an 18-year-old from Melbourne killed at least five people in a suicide bombing in Baghdad. 167 more words

Australian Salafi Jihadist arrested in Lebanon

A prominent Australian jihadist who reportedly commanded 300 militiamen and orchestrated clashes in Syria has been arrested in neighbouring Lebanon.

The arrest of Hussam Sabbagh in Lebanon’s second city, Tripoli, has again underscored the substantial involvement of Australians in the violence and chaos gripping the Middle East, following swiftly after an 18-year-old from Melbourne killed at least five people in a suicide bombing in Baghdad. 167 more words

WSF

Uniting Under a Common Word

Those who were given the Scripture did not divide, until there had come to them the Clear Evidence. Quran, 98:4

But they were not ordained, except to 1) serve God, 2) being devoted to His System, 3) inclining to truth, and that they 4) establish connection (Salat), and 5) contribute towards purity/growth (Zakat). 105 more words

Short Blogs

Christian leaders express shock at world silence after ISIS expels Iraqi Christians

Iraqi Christians pray during a mass at the Saint-Joseph church in Arbil, the capital of the autonomous Kurdish region of northern Iraq, on July 20, 2014.(Photo: AFP-Safin Hamed) 1,212 more words

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