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the winner of the Iraqi sunni sha civil war?

Discussion in 'Islam DIR' started by dynavert2012, Jul 4, 2014.

  1. dynavert2012

    dynavert2012 Active Member

    Oct 2, 2012
    an interview with shaykh imar hussien discussing who will is the master planner of the civil war in iraq? the rule of the current iraq rulers in that war?, what is ISIS? and who's funding and supporting them?


    i see it's a great video deserves to be watched although that i don't fully agree with all of it's contents

  2. Matemkar

    Matemkar Active Member

    Jan 6, 2013
    Islam (shia)
    Salam. I don't think what is going on in Syria and Iraq are wars between followers of sects, though sectarians are used most of the time. But, the thing is, Sunnis are more targeted by the so-called caliphate wishers; Daeesh/ISIS and again Sunnis answered the calls of leaders such as Ayatullah Sistani to protect Iraq and Syria. Here are some examples of Sunni Iraqi leaders:

    Grand Sunni Mufti in Iraq: ISIS Must be Stopped (English Subs) - YouTube

    Iraq Sunni Clerics Call for War with ISIS (English Subs) - YouTube

    Iraq Sunni Mufti: ISIS and Al Qaeda Slaughtered 300 Sunni Clerics (English Subtitles) - YouTube

    Anyway, Sheikh Imran Hossein shows the truth to some extent most of the time. But in this specific video I disagree with many of his suppositions.

    Lately I have been watching friday sermons of Sheikh Rizvi. Here's one related to the subject:

    USA's Successful Record of Arming Rebels; Divide & Conquering the Muslim World - Maulana Syed Rizvi - YouTube

    You can skip to the second part of the khutba (10th min.)

    Thanks again. ma salam