Mustadafin World Front - Latest News Anti Shia :: Full Edition Tue, 24 Mar 2015 12:15:54 GMT News Studio(News Distribution System{CURRENT_THEME}/ch01_newsfeed_logo.gif Mustadafin World Front 100 70 en Mustadafin World Front Tue, 24 Mar 2015 12:15:54 GMT Anti Shia 60 Bahaism, beliefs and contradictions MWFpress- One of the international issues that have been wrongly understood by the majority of the international community is the communion of Bahaism. The lack of true resources in English made us to sum it up and write an introduction on this so-called religion. Babism, the first phase of BahaismIn 1800s, a man named Sayyed Ali Mohammad was born in Shiraz and was hanged 30 years later because of heresy. But who was this man? He is called "his majesty" by Babists –a group that formed before Bahaism- and learnt a little bit of Arabic language in the city of Shiraz. He was interested in magic and spells since the young age. Years later he travelled to Iraq and became the student of Sayyed Kazem Rashti, who considered prophets and Imams as Gods and it was here that Ali Mohammad thought of inviting people to Babism. Sometime later, he travelled to Mecca and it was there where he claimed that he is Muslims' Last Savior, Imam Mahdi (aj.). After returning to Iran, Qajar dynasty and Shia authorities became worried about his proselyte.Bahaism, beliefs and contradictionsAt the start of the appearance of Bahaism, Abdol-Baha, called himself as the connection between Muslims and Imam Mahdi (PBUH), but then claimed to be God and introduced HosseinAli Noori as his successor. Bahaists believe in Ali Mohammad Bab and Hossein Ali Noori as God. They also do not believe in prophet Mohammad (PBUH) as the last messenger of God and say there were other messengers sent by God like Bab and Noori!Bahaism has changed the rules of Islam and made a new so-called religion claiming to have brought the real Islam, while denying all the Islamic rules and believes like praying, fasting and etc.One of the other believes of Bahaists is that they claim that the last savior has come back, but they don't explain that if so, why the promised peace has not been set up in the world. They don't explain why very few people are aware of the appearance of the Last Savior since more than a century ago, while prophet Mohammad (PBUH) could make his voice reach the world more than 1400 years back. And again they don't explain that is Baha was Imam Mahdi (PBUH), why he declined the religion of Islam and brought a new religion. There are two groups of Bahaist; the first believes that Bab is the Last Savior, while the second group believes in Baha being the Last Savior. It was just an introduction to this religion(!). I will write about Bahaism more in the future. ]]> Anti Shia Mon, 23 Mar 2015 19:18:53 GMT Campaign in solidarity with Sheikh Nimr in Arbaeen walking MWFpress- Iraqis held a campaign in solidarity with Sheikh Nimr and demanded dismissal of death sentence for this fighter and justice seaker Leader. The aim of this campaign is to warn Shias of death threats on this Islamic scholar in Saudi prisons. So far, more than 200 thousand signed a pettition and demanded the cancellation of death sentence for Sheikh Nimr. Sheikh Nimr was arrested in January 2012 and was sentenced to death. This decision made many people rise against it. ]]> Anti Shia Wed, 10 Dec 2014 18:33:29 GMT World protests in solidarity with Shekh Nimr + Pictures ]]> Anti Shia Sat, 25 Oct 2014 18:56:15 GMT Pakistan: Playing blame game on Shia bloodbath MWFpress- 20 September was the third anniversary of “Mastung Massacre” when 10 men of notorious Lashkar-e-Jhangvi on two vehicles, armed with rocket launchers and Kalashnikovs assault rifles stopped a passenger bus, carrying 45 pilgrims in the Ganjidori area of Mastung, Shia Hazaras were identified and asked to step out. They were lined up and the assailants started shooting non-stop for ten minutes, which left 26 dead at the end of the day.Before then, the country had been a house of horror for Shia Muslims community and since then the community has been enduring times of hell.Several deadly attacks have been unleashed amid at causing maximum deaths, serious bodily harm and inflicting conditions of life calculated to bring about the physical destruction of the community ― in other words, ‘genociding of the community in part.’Following the carnage in Mastung, the community was ravage in Khanpur, Chilas, Orakzai, Naran, Parachinar and Mastung again when hundreds of people were slain in bomb and suicide attacks besides the targeted killings in other parts of the country. Over six hundred Shia Muslims lost their lives in the attacks. The callous campaign stride into 2013 with wreaking havoc on Quetta, Hangu, Peshawar, Parachinar and Karachi, even the neighborhoods, where sense security prevails, were devastated. Nearly seven hundred people were slaughtered and more than one thousands were injured.From 2008 to 2013, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) was in the driving seat in the provinces of Baluchistan and Sindh which witnessed the most heinous attacks resulting in huge number of fatalities comparatively. After May 2013 election, Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) replaced PPP in center and Baluchistan nonetheless PPP was able to hold on in Sindh.In 2014, the terror continues to rage as over two hundreds have already been the victims of targeted killings including the bankers, professors, shopkeepers, scholars and doctors mainly in Karachi ― the capital of Sindh.While the terror is on rampage, people shouldering the security responsibility opted to play “blame-game.”Former Interior Minister and PPP Senator Rehman Malik claimed, “a third power is behind the sectarian persecution” while addressing a press conference on the occasion of condoling the targeted killing of Ali Akbar Kumaili ― the son of former Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) senator Allama Abbas Kumaili.Concurrently, the claim was refuted by the deceased father. Allama said, “His son was attacked three times before and law enforcement agencies were aware of perpetrators and their sanctuaries but they did nothing. “Performance of PPP lead Sindh Government is dismal,” he added.Fanning the confusion, Indus Rangers alleged Mutahida Qomi Movement (MQM), a secular and the biggest political party in Karachi, to be the architect of targeted killings.“The hands-off policy regarding certain hard-line seminaries undermines the efforts to control religious militancy.” “There’s no search of such seminaries and militants know they can take shelter and keep weapons there,” Police believe.Admitting the abysmal law and order situation, Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon shifted the blame-ball on non-functionality of anti-terrorism courts. He told that five anti-terrorism courts were set up during the ongoing targeted crackdown against the criminal elements in Karachi, yet it produced no results He linked the success of operation clean-up to the functionality of courts.While the ball is being rolled here and there, ones with vast powers and responsible for setting the policy, clearing ambiguity, leading from front, the chief executive of the country and province Main Muhammad Nawaz Shareef and Syed Qaim Ali Shah are indifferent to Shia Genocide or occasionally uttering rhetoric but never bother about compensating the victims, let aside acting to take on the faith-based militancy.As the apathy is the earmark of rulers, with dashed hopes Shia Muslims live in terror: apart from massive attacks, systematic targeted killings, threatening letters are sent at homes and slips with a bullet are dropped on vehicles, text messages are hurled intimidating Shia Muslims that you are “the next target.”By: Syed Ali Hyder - ABNA ]]> Anti Shia Sat, 04 Oct 2014 19:21:32 GMT Bahrain anti-Shia policy takes sombre turn as children become targets On May 20th, Jehad Nabeel Al-Sameea, an 11 year-old school boy was apprehended by the security forces as they stormed a neighbourhood of the capital, Manama, where a peaceful demonstration was in progress.It is important to note that ever since Bahrainis decided to voice their dissatisfaction toward the King’s policies, calling for reforms as to achieve a greater social justice, the regime has systematically persecuted its Shia community; somewhat convinced that by oppressing an entire segment of its population, power would not escape Al Khalifa royals. What the King and his patsies have so far failed to comprehend is that by afflicting so much pain and injustice upon his subjects, King Hamad has become instrumental in his own demise. Beyond Bahrain revolutionary tale, lies the heart wrenching reality of a people, of a community, which has been bled dry and cried out by pain so incommensurable that words cannot even begin to fathom the depth of despair which Bahrain Shias have fallen into as the world stands idle, guilty by association.Regardless of a person’s belief, political affiliation, ethnicity, colour or even crib, how can any system ever justify the arrest and imprisonment of a child? How can a regime ever claim to popular legitimacy when its leadership so ostentatiously violate every tenets of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?“How can we not as fellow human being condone such moral aberration?” asked SRW.Following a lengthy interrogation, Jehad Al Sameea was taken to the juvenile prosecution who ordered his detention and then transferred him to juvenile judge, Ebrahim Al-Jafn. Al Jafn ordered that Jehad be imprisoned for “seven days on charged on charges of physical assault of a policeman, damage to two police cars, illegal gathering, rioting, and possession of Molotov cocktails.”Jehad’s lawyer told reporters that his client was so “distressed and overwrought that he was unable to speak through his tears when he was presented to the court.”The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, adopted in 1989 which protects the rights of children and encompasses civil rights and freedoms, family environment, basic health and welfare, education, leisure and cultural activities and special protection measures for children was actually ratified by Bahrain in 1992, and yet King Hamad has no qualm in violating its mandate by consciously and tactically inflicting harm on children to forward his genocidal plans.When a community has been made to suffer as Bahrain Shias have been to suffer: pursued, killed, tortured, maimed, imprisoned and humiliated, the word genocide spring to mind.Alongside Jehad, two brothers 11 year-old Mohamed Hussain, 13 year-old Ali Hussain were too sentenced to serve one week in detention for “illegal gathering.” Today Shia Rights Watch calls on Bahrain authorities to immediately release all underage prisoners.By: Catherine Shakdam- ]]> Anti Shia Mon, 02 Jun 2014 10:48:58 GMT