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Aljazeera (Eng)-Pakistan's War: On the Front Line

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    The reporter Rageah Omar seems to take the side of the crusaders and their allies in the name of peace and democracy.
    Do they not then consider the Quran carefully? Had it been from other than Allah, they would surely have found therein much contradictions (Quran 4:82)

    'Ibn Taymiyyah Against the Logicians' p. 114:
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    That's the thing about embedded journalism. No matter if you try to act independent from the conflict, you can't avoid taking sides. However I remember he did a story on Lal Masjid (Red mosque) before the raid, sat down with Abd al Rashid Ghazi (Shaheed insha'allah) who was in charge of the mosque and helped give them a voice in the international media until the siege was over and they were martyred. I don't know of anybody else who did that.
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    Actually, I found the report on the red mosque I was talking about, his reporting was pretty biased there as well.
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    This was a two-part series. Below is the first episode:

    Pakistan’s War: On the Front Line ~ Rageh Omar

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    Part 4

    أنا الفقير إلى رب البريات
    أنا المسيكين فى مجموع حالاتى


    (شيخ الاسلام ابن تيمية)

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    I've watched that akh Abu-Asiya posted, and inshallah I'll make a start on the part you've posted brother Yasir, jazakallah khair for that.

    Few observations:
    - I feel sorry for the lowly soldier who's been told that he's fighting in defense of Islam. If only the truth was clear to them that their army and generals were allies of America and fighting Islam.
    - we heard it from the mouth of an average resident of the region himself, may Allah protect him and his family: the Taliban set up Shari'ah courts and were ruling by pure Sharia'h.
    - the tribes being armed and payed by the Pakistani taghoot remind me of the 'Awakening' tribes of 'Iraq.

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    Yasir, what is your take on this?
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