Hajji Abu Ali tried to leave Fallujah today and this is what a government sniper did to him..well tried.. I don’t know what to say about this photo..Allahu Akbar!! God is Great!!! God IS Great!!!! #Fallujah #now
PLEASE READ, as this will be the absolute final time we publicly address and state our opinion of #ISIS Also known as #ISIL, or Da’ish, or Dawlat al Baghdadi. If you disagree with my opinion, please feel free to unfollow the page.
1. Your comment will not sway our opinion on this subject matter. You can philosophize all you want about your impression of “Islamic” men in beards holding Tawheed banners, but if you have not fought alongside the mujahideen inside Syria, then your opinion is weightless. If you still support ISIS at this point, after all that’s happened over the course of the last 6-12 months, you either have an extremely low IQ, or you fulfill the category mentioned above.
2. ISIS has been formally condemned by ALL Shariah councils inside Syria. ISIS has been formally condemned by the overwhelming majority of moderate AND ULTRA-CONSERVATIVE Islamic scholars inside Syria and abroad. ISIS has been formally condemned by ALL rebel front generals and commanders, moderate and conservative. ISIS has been formally condemned by Sheik Dr. Abdullah al Muhaisiny Hafithu Allah, one of the very few academic scholars of Islam who has been, and is currently on the forefront battling alongside all the rebel groups against the regime. ISIS has even been formally condemned by Ayman Al Dhawahiri (Emir and leader of ALL Alqaeda fronts across the world). When Ayman Al Dhawahiri condemns a group, and tells them to leave Syria, and calls them extremist kharijites/khawarij, you for sure as hell know there is something wrong with that group. Finally, and most importantly, ISIS has been condemned by the staggering majority of internal Syrian civilians (I want to say ALL, but I’m sure there’s that one manipulative video ISIS forcefully or financially produced showing an innocent Syrian civilian vouching in their favor, such as when they handed out food packets last Ramadan with their names stamped across baskets). Now, if it still hasn’t clicked in your head of how ignorant you are for supporting ISIS, you must be rock-hard stupid.
3. ISIS has killed brigade generals of the FSA, Jaysh al Islam, Ahraar al Shaam, and even Jabhat al Nusra. They killed world renowned individuals, who are well respected in the global and Islamic community, who have fought against oppression for decades, such as Abu Khaled al Soori. Just this week, they killed the Emir of the Sharia Council in AlbuKamal, Abu Layth. And just two days ago in Idlib, they killed Fatih Muhammad al Ansary, a Nusra commander along with his brother, wife, and children, with a silencer. They’ve killed hundreds of innocent Syrian civilians in the utmost brutal manner — chopping off hands, heads, and extremities. Now, if it still hasn’t clicked in your head of how ignorant you are for supporting ISIS, you must be dehydrated-rock-hard stupid.
4. ISIS has been given tens of chances by Al Nusra and other conservative rebel groups to repeal its course of action, to join the other rebel groups, to give up its war on civilians and other rebel groups — THEY rejected all efforts, including those from the top commander of Al Nusra, Sheik al Jolani. A recent interview with the an Al Nusra spokesperson said that they’ve been having issues with ISIS since day 1, but Al Nusra out of its good intention covered the issue, and prevented public media to know about their disagreements to contain the issue within. It was ISIS who went public with its disarray. Sheik Dr. Abdullah Al Muhaisiny was in Darkoush 2 months ago and personally published an account he had with ISIS, and condemned them for blowing up innocent families and killing innocent women and children in the process (an attack that had no regards to the regime whatsoever). Al Nusra has arrested, interviewed, and pardoned those who defected from ISIS —innocent brainwashed men, confused young and old, came to Syria to help, joined ISIS for its name, then are brainwashed and told to do a suicide bomb at a checkpoint full of “infidels” (which in reality is a checkpoint for other rebel groups such as al Nusra). ISIS have killed physicians, media activists, Imams, Shuyookh, and rebel commanders, rebel generals etc. Is ISIS starting to sound like the regime? THAT’s BECAUSE THEY ARE THE REGIME, if not, worse. The last 6-12 months has exposed them heavily. They are not fighting with rebels, rather against them. They are not liberating new land across Syria; they’re fighting against civilians and rebels in already liberated areas (that were ironically liberated by the other rebel groups initially). Now in Raqqah and Deir Ezzour, ISIS is collaborating with the logistical points of the regime and is even using the regime’s gas stations to fuel their vehicles. The evidence has been outpouring for so long. Now, if it still hasn’t clicked in your head of how ignorant you are for supporting ISIS, you must seriously be stupid to a whole different dimension — trans or meta-stupid perhaps. You get the point. You’re really stupid.
Don’t be misled by their bogus “Islamic” campaign. I sincerely pray to Allah that He guides the sincere rebels within ISIS to defect, as many have, and joined the righteous rebel groups. I also hope this post has enlightened you about this decoy rebel group, who claims to be Islamic and righteous — Laugh out Loud. ISIS is not an Islamic group. ISIS is not a rebel group. ISIS does not represent the Syrian people or the Muslims of the Ummah. ISIS does not represent Islam. ISIS is a perfect by-the-book definition of khawarij. They are the fitnah in Syria. They are Assad’s decoy and tools used to dismay the image of the rebel movement. May Allah destroy the mobsters of ISIS and their Nusayri allies.
قال شيخ الإسلام ابن تيمية، رحمه الله: الروافض شر من الخوارج في الاعتقاد، ولكن الخوارج أجرأ على السيف والقتال منهم - منهاج السنة ٨٢/٣
The rawafidh are more dangerous than the khawarij in aqeedah (beliefs and ideology), but the khawarij are more reckless with the sword, and the bloodshed is from them. - Sheik al Islam Ibn Taymiyah Rahimuhu Allah
My beautiful auntie Shirley. I swear I love this woman like no other. She’s been like a mother to be and shown me tough love when I needed it and maturity has now led me to appreciate her for the woman she is. She is single-handedly the strongest, wisest woman I’ve ever known! She raised me for a few years when I was a teen and I didn’t appreciate her then. I was rude and thought I knew it all-now I see her wisdom for what it is and I thank God for having an auntie like her. She’s the reason I have the job I have today. She’s the reason I stand tall and strong and don’t let anyone walk all over me. And what makes her a winner in my eyes is the fact that she’s not Muslim but she’s always encouraging me to pray Islamically and to be a better Muslim. She’s always saying “Lisa, don’t go backward-go forward and no matter how hard things get pray to Allah and He will see you through.” May Allah bless her for her heart and soul.❤️
Absolutely stunning picture and your aunt is adorable. You are very lucky to have such a wonderful blessing….life doesn’t get any better!!
It is everything that my aunt is. She has been taking care of me for about 3 years now & I appreciate even the little things she does because its not required of her. I personally believe just like there’s a mothers day, there should be an aunts day because many aunts are starting to step up and feel the void of parents. I love my auntie Dalal with all my heart. She has been my biggest blessing and I thank God for her everyday :)
I met my nephew for the first time. He is 1 year and 3 months old … and he’s blind. Like he sees only 8% (of the 100%)
When i saw him i was kinda shocked. But my heart melted. His mom told me to come close to him so he can see me. So ive basically came close him, with my nose touching his…
my heart broke. Here was this beautiful baby boy who would never be able to see his own beauty, or even the faces of his parents…Take a deep breath and remind yourself that this is still your nephew and this child needs your strength. Yes life will not be the same for your little one but it can still be just as wonderful and exciting.
I’m amazed by your patience. Prayers for you and your nephew.
The Qur’an is addressed to those people who use their reason (2:164), who question their place in the universe sincerely and seek truth (6:116), devoid of societal interference and ‘norms’ (7:28). It is a mercy of Allah (azza wa jal) that we are innately given the critical faculty to think and ponder about the world, about life (51:20).
The Qur’an compels you to look out into the world, to look at nature, to look at the magnificence surrounding us, and to ponder on it deeply; reflect upon the meaning - “afala ta’qilun?” Will you not then use your mind? (2:44)
2:164 - Verily, in the creation of the heavens and of the earth, and the succession of night and day: and in the ships that speed through the sea with what is useful to man: and in the waters which God sends down from the sky, giving life thereby to the earth after it had, been lifeless, and causing all manner of living creatures to multiply thereon: and in the change of the winds, and the clouds that run their appointed courses between sky and earth: in all this there are messages indeed for people who use their reason.
The Arabic word ‘Rabb,’ commonly translated as Lord, also means a Nurturer, a Sustainer and Educator - and what does your Rabb encourage you to nurture, sustain and mature? Your mind, because it is the interface that we approach Allah (subhanahu wa ta’ala) with, the interface we approach the creation signs (‘ayahs’) with, the interface we approach the Qur’an with.
It is a myth proplled by the Assad Regime that those who oppose his rule are only Sunnis, and that they are extremists. When the Revolution started getting traction among Syria’s minorities, Assad had to sectarian-ize the conflict to stay in power. His message to Syrias minorities was that, if you allow the Sunnis to rule, they will slaughter all of you. But Syria is not full of idiots. Especially Syrian Christians who are often more well educated than the average Syrian citizen. Some Syrian Christians have become very outspoken against the Assad Regime, and others have taking high-ranking positions within the Syrian Opposition, a fact that defuses Assad’s pathetic attempt to portray his opponents as extremist terrorists. From top-left to bottom-right: George Sabra (Former President of the National Coalition for Revolutionary and Opposition Forces) Michel Kilo (Leader of the Liberal Bloc within the National Coalition for Revolutionary and Opposition Forces) Ahed al-Hendi (Opposition activist that was imprisoned by the Assad Regime, later escaped the country) George Stifo (Board member of the Opposition group “Syrian Christians for Peace”) Hadeel al-Hendi (Opposition activist that was tortured by pro-Assad forces before managing to flee the country) Mirna Barq (Vice President of the Syrian American Council)