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    wa alaykumus salaam,

    O Allaah, free all the muslim prisoners around the world including bahrain, O Allaah, punish and destroy the filthy rafadi troublemakers wherever they rise up to promote their ugly, kufr, zina infected sect, ameen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abu Saalehah View Post
    wa alaykumus salaam,

    O Allaah, free all the muslim prisoners around the world including bahrain, O Allaah, punish and destroy the filthy rafadi troublemakers wherever they rise up to promote their ugly, kufr, zina infected sect, ameen
    `alaikum al-salam ya Aba Saalehah, long time and good to see you post again.

    Ameen to your du'aa. At same time we don't know if the prisoner mentioned is a Shi'i or not. Most likely a Raafidi judging from the current events in Bahrain. Allahu `alam. The article in OP is very vague.
    الإمام ابن القيم الجوزية رحمه الله فقال: بل الدين كله هو الخلق، فمن زاد عليك في الخلق، فقد زاد عليك في الدين
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    Imam Ibn Al-Qayyim Al-Jawziyyah رحمه الله said: Religion consists entirely of good character (الدين كله هو الخلق). Whoever surpasses you in good character surpasses you in religion.
    اللهم يا مقلب القلوب ثبت قلوبنا على دينك

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    Wa Alaykum As Salam Sister,

    I dont know who this man is.

    Have you some background info on him?

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    Salaam Aleikum.

    Abdulhadi al-Khawaja is a Shi'a and a pro-democracy activist. He is the former president and co-founder of Bahrain Centre for Human Rights. An organisation whose vision is "a prosperous democratic country free of discrimination and other violations of human rights," and who calls for religious freedom to be granted to Shi'a (i.e. the right to spread and propagate their vile ideology).

    Let's be careful about whom we support and whom we make Du'a for. Just because they have a Muslim-sounding name, doesn't mean they are good.

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    I couldnt care less about the Shia,the pit is not deep enough nor the fire stacked high enough to recompense them for the evil they have done..They are a travesty and blight upon this earth..

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    "Did you see the Grand Prix in Bahrain last weekend?

    While millions tuned in to watch the race, activist Abdulhadi al-Khawaja languished behind bars - one of hundreds of people locked up for daring to speak out against the Bahraini government.

    Today he spends his 80th day on hunger strike disputing the life sentence he received for his part in Bahrain's democratic uprising. In prison, security forces broke his jaw in four places and subjected him to severe physical, psychological and sexual torture. Since his arrest last year, his wife was fired from her job, and his children repeatedly arrested and tortured. Last weekend his daughter, Zainab, was detained for peacefully protesting against the Grand Prix [1].

    Unless we act quickly, Abdulhadi may die in jail an innocent man: Join us and demand the immediate release of Abdulhadi al-Khawaja and all political prisoners in Bahrain.

    In the lead up to Bahrain's hosting of the Formula 1 Grand Prix last weekend, authorities desperately tried to assure the world that things were "business as usual". But the truth was far from it, and the Grand Prix took place amidst a brutal backdrop of mass demonstrations, tear-gas, and violence [2].

    Despite 14 months of protests and oppression, the people of Bahrain continue to call for change. Abdulhadi is one of many who have risked their lives for the freedom of others. He may pay for that decision with his life - but pressure from the global community might just save it:

    Click here to call for Abdulhadi's release before it's too late.

    Your signature is more powerful than you might think. At Amnesty, we know the power of letter-writing has helped ensure the safety of Aung-San Suu Kyi in Burma, Rebiya Kadeer in China, the Alaei brothers in Iran and countless other prisoners of conscience across the world. Please send your message today.

    In hope,

    Alex Pagliaro
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    Amnesty International Australia

    PS: Overnight we welcomed the International Criminal Court verdict against former Liberian leader Charles Taylor. This is a huge win that sends an important message to high-ranking state officials: no matter who you are, or where you're from, you will be brought to justice for crimes.

    [1] Leading Bahrain activist Zainab al-Khawaja detained, BBC News, 24 April 2012

    [2] Live: Bahrain grand prix protest, The Guardian, 22 April 2012"
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    Shia Hypocrisy..

    Few days back on a dirt road in Yemen some Muslim brothers at a checkpoint refused to give up their weapons to the shia militia,at a later second check point they were again asked to give over their weapons and they likewise refused.

    ..Hamdulilah,those three brothers are no longer with us,May Allah Accept them,ameen..

    p.s Neither are about thirty or so Shia..May the narr be their abode,ameen..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muslim1 View Post
    While millions tuned in to watch the race, activist Abdulhadi al-Khawaja languished behind bars - one of hundreds of people locked up for daring to speak out against the Bahraini government. Today he spends his 80th day on hunger strike disputing the life sentence he received for his part in Bahrain's democratic uprising...
    Salaam Aleikum, sister.

    Didn't you see the post I made earlier? This man Al-Khawaja is one the Shi'a troublemakers' leader in Bahrain. Shi'as are the same people who opposed Abu Bakr (RA), Umar (RA), Uthman (RA), Aisha (RA) and many other Sahaba.

    As for Amnesty International, whom you get your information from, they are human rightist organisation and not everything they say is the truth or something we should accept. Read this:

    In Saudi Arabia, the death penalty is applied for a wide range of offences including for apostasy and sorcery. The criminalisation of apostasy is incompatible with the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion as set out in Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Although the crime of “sorcery” is not defined it has been used to punish people for the legitimate exercise of their human rights, including the rights to freedom of thought, conscience, religion, belief and expression. In 2011, two people were executed for sorcery. Source

    They want us to legalise apostasy because it is incompatible with one of their religion's (humanism) principles.

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    walikum wasalam wr wb

    Yes ok, good points.
    but then comes the question whether in sharia the punishment they are coping is allowed -shia or not.
    Above, when it mentions what he is going through, it adds 'sexual torture' but ALLAHu Alim
    idk
    i didnt even know his shia
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