Thursday, February 08, 2007

Muslim Sunnis in Lebanon supporting PM Seniora.

THIS VIDEO, Shows you how the Muslim Sunni Majority in Lebanon, are still using their brain and know that Hizbolla & General Aouns FPM are a threat to Lebanon's security, you can see the Harriri shirts they are wearing too. SAnYoura..SAnYoura!! I also support PM Seniora to the Fullest!

The first lady goes a little too far as to say "Olmert Ashraf Minak ya Nasralah" But it just goes to show you how much anger there is from Lebanese towards the PARALYZING of Beirut and the Violent protests that took place there by Nasralla and Aouns supporters.

ps: READ THIS ATICLE: Hezbollah and Aoun are Lebanon's worst nightmare
It tells you how Hizbolla's (Shia) and General Aouns (Christian) parties are united together in trying to topple the current lebanese goverment. Very weired alliance if you ask me, now you have Shia's and some of the Christians of Lebanon united against Sunnis and the rest of the Christians.

10 comments:

M2Timechange said...

Hi Tarek

Something to share with you

We can never truly be happy if we are spiritually empty, focused on getting rather than giving. Decisions based on satisfying the ego do not bring happiness, peace, love, or fulfillment. On the contrary, they bring sadness, disappointment, darkness, conflict, and emptiness. There is no room for peace of mind or love in our hearts when the ego is telling us to value anger and hate. The moment we accept the belief that we are victims, fear and anger dominate our lives. When anger seems justified, we can be sure of one thing at least: peace of mind is not our goal.

It has been said many times by spiritual leaders that the best way to experience peace of mind is to become immersed in helping others. When you spend just one moment putting the interests of another soul above your own, that is the moment when God's presence can be felt most strongly. [Out of Darkness into the Light]

Food for Thought:
Manners easily and rapidly mature into morals. A man's own good breeding is the best security against other people's ill manners. A man's own manner and character is what most becomes him.

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Modern Pharaoh said...

huh??? lol

Amenhotep®© said...

Well,these words sound really BIG and important,i just can't get the idea either :)

M2Timechange said...

The morale behind those words
Self discipline of individual,
As a Muslim, we must lead by example

Why are there still fighting between sunnis and shi’tes in Middle East?
And with each attack comes a ruthless counterattack, and more innocent victims are created. Why? Why are Sunnis attacking Shi’is? Why are Shi’is cleansing neighborhoods of its Sunni inhabitants? What is the difference between a Sunni and Shi’i anyway? Aren’t they all Muslims? Don’t they all declare that “There is nothing worthy of worship except God, and Muhammad is His Messenger”? Doesn’t that make them brothers in faith? Doesn’t that bond mean anything?

Yet, the vicious violence in Iraq is no longer about Sunni vs. Shi’i. It is about revenge and counter-revenge. It is about attack and counter-attack. Each Sunni attack must be countered by a Shi’i attack. The violence has taken on a life of its own, and each group had fed into the monster of revenge.

Controlling of your emotion in Islam

There are only two emotions, love and fear. How we perceive is a choice. Rather than seeing another person as angry and attacking us, let us view that person as either loving or fearful, giving us a call of help for love. Forgiveness is the key to happiness. It is only our own thoughts that hurt us. It is only our own minds that need to be healed. We are not the victims of the world that we see.

Let us make no judgments and relinquish any value we find in guilt or in holding on to grievances and blame. Let us let go of the temptation to interpret other people's behavior and step back to let God lead the way. Let us chose love instead of fear. Let us choose peace instead of conflict. Let us remember that unconditional love has nothing to do with how we or anyone else performs. Honesty is when all thoughts come from love, and when there is harmony in what we think, say, and do. It is where one thought does not oppose another. It is a state of mind where there is only peace. [Out of Darkness into the Light]

Food for Thought:
Love is not soft like water, it is hard like a rock, on which the waves of hatred beat in vain. Love cannot be wasted. It makes no difference where it is bestowed, it always brings in big returns. Love is to the mortal nature what sun is to the earth.

Hatred is the madness of the heart. It is self punishment. A man who lives by not what he loves but what he hates is a sick man. Hatred does not cease by hatred, but only by love; this is the eternal rule. When our hatred is violent, it sinks us even beneath those we hate.

No one race is superior to the other except one good character

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The Anti-Wahhabi said...

"What is the difference between a Sunni and Shi’i anyway? Aren’t they all Muslims? Don’t they all declare that “There is nothing worthy of worship except God, and Muhammad is His Messenger”? Doesn’t that make them brothers in faith? Doesn’t that bond mean anything?"

Some will argue that as long as Shi'as curse the sahabas, the Shi'a cannot be trusted.

Many Sunnis seriously regard Shi'as are deviants and claim that their sect was founded by a Yemeni Jew named ibn Saba.

Modern Pharaoh said...

@Anti Muslim..i mean Anti wahabi: I've never heard this Shia was founded by some yemeni thing before. But anyways..yes we are all muslims, and the Shia/Sunni thing was long forgotten, but lately it has come into light because of whats going on in Iraq and in Libnan.

What is weired is when Saddam was in Iraq Shia's and Sunnis intermarried and rarely had problems. But the USA coming there and creating a void for the Radicals on both sides to fill has caused this carnage going on there.

M2Timechange said...

Words are the smell of the breath of one's inner self. It is what distinguishes man. A word is a promise. So watch your word. It is said: "To judge a man, make him speak." Take care to always tell the truth. Speak kindly and positively or keep silent. Do not be suspicious or opinionated about others. When you give your word, keep it under any circumstances. Do not talk in vain without any meaning or sense. Man is not created in vain. Your breaths are numbered; do not spend them in speaking nonsense. Good words are heard by God. And the speaker reaps rewards. So remember God is listening when you speak. [The Path of Muhammad]

He who talks much cannot talk well. They always talk who never think, and who have the least to say. Speaking much is a sign of vanity, for he that is lavish with word is a niggard in deed.

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The Anti-Wahhabi said...

"@Anti Muslim..i mean Anti wahabi: I've never heard this Shia was founded by some yemeni thing before. But anyways..yes we are all muslims, and the Shia/Sunni thing was long forgotten, but lately it has come into light because of whats going on in Iraq and in Libnan."

Really? That's what Salafis/Wahhabis mainly use to discredit Shi'as. If you go on forums with a large Salafi following, such as UmmahForums, that is one of the arguments they use.

Here's a Salafi site that tries to argue the case on that.

I'm not sure if you heard about the incident in New York City last year, where a group of Salafi Muslims that hail from the Islamic Thinkers Society (an extremist group based in NYC) held a protest during Muharram, holding up posters denouncing Shi'as, deeming them kaafirs, claiming that the sect is based on "superstitious elements of Judaism", and even photos of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini and Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani with "kaffir" emboldened across them.

And I'm sorry, but the Shi'a/Sunni thing wasn't really forgotten. It may have gotten prominenance lately thanks to Zarqawi and his thugs in Iraq, but it has been going on for centuries.

Do you know how many Sunnis still hate the Safavid founder Shah Abbas for supposedly converting Iran from Sunnism to Shi'ism? Same reason why Shi'as hate Saladin for destroying the Fatimid Dynasty in Egypt.

"What is weired is when Saddam was in Iraq Shia's and Sunnis intermarried and rarely had problems. But the USA coming there and creating a void for the Radicals on both sides to fill has caused this carnage going on there."

Well that is true, but then again, it was the same case with Yugoslavia under authoritarian rule by Tito, where Muslims and Orthodox Christians lived together. But once the central rule was destroyed, old rivalries flared up as a result. So it's no surprise that it is the case now in Iraq.

M2Timechange said...

modern pharoah, anti-wahhabi

Beware of unjustly harming a Muslim or insulting him. The Prophet, may blessings and peace be upon him, has said: ‘Anyone who hurts a Muslim has hurt me, and the man who hurts me has hurt God.’ And: ‘To insult a Muslim is immorality and to fight him is disbelief.’

Beware of cursing a Muslim, and animal, an inanimate thing, or any specific person, even if he is a disbeliever, unless you know for certain that he has died a disbeliever, as in the cases of Pharaoh and Abu Jahl, or unless you know that God’s mercy will not, under any circumstance, reach him, as in the case of the devil. It has been said that the curse uttered by a person ascends toward the heaven but that the gates are locked against it. It then descends to earth, the gates of which are also locked against it, so that it then goes to the one who was cursed, and either finds him vulnerable to it, or else it recoils against its utterer.

Effect reconciliation between the hearts of the believers, and cause them to love each other by bringing to light their virtues and concealing their vices. Restore good relations between them, for such a thing is meritorious than supererogatory prayers and fasts, especially when effected between a father and his son, or a man and his relatives, God the Exalted has said: The believers are but brothers, make peace, therefore, between your two brothers.

Modern Pharaoh said...

m2t. We are not slandering Islam..i LOVE my religion. I am upset and angry at the people who destroy its image.

Those muslims are mostly killing one another anyways...and killing themselves in suicides..they are all going to hell.