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Topic initiated on Sunday, January 11, 2009  -  9:08 PM Reply with quote

Challenge to the silent and complicit world (pictures of Gaza)....

jzk sr.
and i strongly feel that the neighbouring countries specially egypt, syria, jordan, yemen, even uae and saudi arabia, pakistan, malaysia, indonesia, iran-all muslim leaders and muslim world must come fwd to stop the bombing plains and attacking tanks-not for war, but to defend the oppressed.
yaAllah forgive us -lazy and comfort seekers. we could not stop them because we are so weak-so weak because of our desires and lusts of this world-in the days of peace we do not do what we have to for the education of the ummah-for uprooting poverty from ummah- ya Allah You stop the oppressors,Yourself,with Your own Hands, with Your Power-freeze their legs and jam their joints with which they are attacking innocent children, women and men-trees and animals-every single creature cursing the oppressors-
time for repentance and prayer- if humanity did not come fwd to help these helpless, they wont be able to flourish for long either. that's the law of nature/of the God of mankind...

In a message dated 11/01/2009 12:26:21 Pacific Standard Time, .com writes:

Please distribute those pictures so that people around the world can
out what is truly happening in Gaza. All of our governments have been
complicit in the cover-up of what is to be the liquidation of Hamas
including Prime Minister Ismail Haneya and ministers in his government.
There are no "terrorists" in Gaza. There mostly are civilians and
There are Resistance fighters and it is their right to defend themselves
the might of the Israeli army. What are they supposed to do? Should
watch their families under attack and not try to respond and defend
They have already been driven out of 80% or more of the land and are
in the most heavily populated space in the world.

Please help them by forwarding their pictures... and please forward the
disturbing ones because people have to know what Israelis do to
Palestinians. These kids with amputated limbs are still awaiting to
the Egyptian border in order to have surgery in there.
Imagine waiting for 2 days with your legs barely hanging on and with no

Please help distribute as it is one of the rare things we can do to
help the Palestinian cause.


Posted - Monday, January 12, 2009  -  2:52 AM Reply with quote

Challenge to the silent and complicit world (pictures of Gaza)....
The Situation of the Muslims in Gaza

ref: http://www.salafimanhaj.com/pdf_page.php?pdf=112

Shaykh 'Abdullaah al-'Ubaylaan (hafidhahullaah) on the situation of the Muslims of Gaza and the fataawaa of the 'Ulama in regards to this matter

The Situation of the Muslims in Gaza - 2

ref: http://www.salafimanhaj.com/pdf_page.php?pdf=114

Shaykh Mashhoor Hasan Aal Salmaan (hafidhahullaah) on the situation of the Muslims in Gaza and the issue of making Qunoot for Hamas

Posted - Monday, January 12, 2009  -  4:01 AM Reply with quote
A recent thread under the same heading already exists. I wish the admin/mod. would merge the two or the second thread may be sufixed with #2 so as to avoid confusion.

Edited by: aboosait on Monday, January 12, 2009 4:04 AM

Posted - Monday, January 12, 2009  -  7:34 AM Reply with quote
Saladin, the greatest of Muslim warriors, died of fever and old age on the morning of March 4, 1124. He was the iconic believer. Malcolm Lyons and D E P Jackson write in Saladin: The Politics of the Holy War, ''The imam Abu Jafar and al-Fadil were with him on the morning of March 4. The imam was reciting from the Quran. 'It is said that when he reached the words — There is no god but God and in Him I put my trust — Saladin smiled; his face cleared and he surrendered his soul to God'.''

On his last visit to Jerusalem, the holy city he had restored to Arab rule, in September 1123, he gave his fourth son, Abu Mansur al-Zahir, some immortal advice. As his son was about to leave, on October 6, Saladin kissed him, rubbed his hair fondly and said: be chary of shedding blood, ''for blood does not sleep''. He added, addressing his attendant emirs, ''I have only reached my present position by conciliation''.

Posted - Monday, January 12, 2009  -  7:10 PM Reply with quote
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Posted - Tuesday, January 13, 2009  -  7:51 AM Reply with quote
thread: oops! sorry A didnt notice. u may continue any u want. doesnt make a difference

Posted - Tuesday, January 13, 2009  -  4:00 PM Reply with quote

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"the protest against the gazza attacks in london today was very peaceful untill we returned-with lots of crowds turning up,estimated 12,000 people by police but 45,000 by the crowds themselves, ........

Sayings Of The Scholars & Students Of Knowledge Regarding Political Demonstrations

Shaykh Abdul-Azeez Ibn Baaz (rahimahullaah):

[Q]: Are political demonstrations organized and carried out by men or women
against rulers and governments considered legitimate ways of correcting people?
If someone dies during such protests, is he then considered a martyr?

[A]: I don’t believe political demonstrations, neither by men nor women, are
considered a remedy (to influence the leaders). Rather, I see them as ways
leading to more tribulations and evils. They bring about oppression of people and
violations of their rights.

However, the Islaamically-legislated ways are things such as writing, sincere
advising, calling to that which is good by safe means – the means used by the
people of knowledge, the Companions of the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wa
sallam), and those who afterwards followed them in righteousness. Some
legitimate means would be by writing (to the leaders and rulers), personally
speaking with them, calling them, or advising them. No one should publicly
slander them upon the pulpits (during lectures in the mosques) and other places
saying, “They do this and that!” and “All this evil is because of them!” And from
Allaah we seek help.
[cassette, Fataawaa Al-‘Ulamaa fee Taa’ah Wulaatil-Amr]

“These and other violent means are some of the most dangerous ways people
oppose the truth. They result in chaos, oppression, enmity, and beatings.
Similar to this is what some people carry out of political demonstrations which
also cause great harm to those calling to the truth. They stage marches in the
streets, screaming and shouting, all of which has nothing to do with the correct
way to reform, rectify, and call to that which is good. The correct way is by
visiting and writing in a noble and respectful way.”
[magazine, Al-Buhooth Al-Islaamiyyah (38/210)]

Ash-Shaykh Muhammad bin Saalih Al-’Uthaymeen (Rahimahullaah):

[Q]: Are demonstrations/protests considered to be a means from the legitimate
means of Da’wah?

[A]: "All praise and thanks are to Allaah, the Lord of the creations, and may He
send prayers and peace upon our chief Muhammad, upon his family, and his
Companions, and upon those who follow them in righteousness until the Last
Day. As to what follows:

Indeed, the concept of demonstrations is a new, modern issue. It was not known
in the time of the Prophet (Sallallahu ’Alaihi Wa Sallam), nor in the time of the
rightly-guided Khalifahs, nor in the time of any of the Companions (Radhiallahu
’Anhum). Furthermore, the chaos and disorder that is included in it make it an
impermissible matter, so much so that the breaking of glass, doors, etc... Results
from it, also included within it are the mixing between men and women, the
youth and the elderly, and similar to that from corruptions and detestable things.
As for the issue of putting pressure upon the government; if it is a Muslim
government, then sufficient for it as an admonishment is the Book of Allaah and
the Sunnah of His Messenger (Sallallahu ’Alaihi Wa Sallam). This is the best of
what could possibly be brought before any Muslim. If it (the government) is a
disbelieving one, then it would not even care about these ’demonstrators’ and
perhaps it would behave politely with them outwardly, while inwardly remaining
upon what it was on of evil. For this reason, we hold that demonstrations are
detestable actions.

As for their statements that these demonstrations are peaceful ones, then
perhaps they may be peaceful in the beginning or the first time, yet then they
become destructive. So I advise the youth to follow the path of those who have
proceeded, for indeed Allaah (Subhana Wa Ta’ala) has praised the Muhaajireen
and the Ansaar and has praised those who followed them in righteousness."
[al-Jawaab al-Abhar li Fu’aad Siraaj (pg. 75)]

Posted - Wednesday, January 14, 2009  -  7:13 AM Reply with quote
The grief is achingly real, and the rage is morally justified. But it’s also true that for anyone who is aware of the suffering of this world, such emotions are part of daily life. To know -- to make the choice to know -- about the extent of injustice and the depth of misery all over the planet is to accept that we will wake every morning to that grief and rage.

Our task today is to think about how to channel the power of those emotions into effective political action. That is no small task after so many years of struggle and so many failures to change our government’s policies.

Let’s start by remembering the other places where that suffering has been so intense: Iraq, Afghanistan, Latin America, southern Africa, southeast Asia. I mention those places in particular because much of the suffering there has been a result, directly or indirectly, of U.S. economic, military, and foreign policy. Those are some of the places that have borne the brunt of the U.S. empire’s violence since the end of World War II. As a U.S. citizen, those are the places to which I have the clearest moral connection; those of us who claim the United States as home must come to terms with that suffering.

"The West" has been involved in empire-building for 500 years, and for the past 60 years the United States has led that imperial project. It is a project soaked in blood. One of the great apologists for the empire, the late political scientist Samuel Huntington, was at least honest in acknowledging that: "The West won the world not by the superiority of its ideas or values or religion (to which few members of other civilizations were converted) but rather by its superiority in applying organized violence. Westerners often forget this fact; non-Westerners never do."[1]
Beyond Grief And Rage

Posted - Wednesday, January 14, 2009  -  8:09 AM Reply with quote
"A medical team is being organized to leave for Gaza for a period of about a month. If you know ay medical or paramedical staff who are interested to join,they may contact:
0092 3215177 565 "

Posted - Saturday, January 17, 2009  -  1:53 PM Reply with quote
MP makes Israeli troops Nazi link

ref: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/manchester/7834487.stm

A prominent Jewish MP has compared the actions of Israeli troops with Nazis who forced his family to flee Poland.

Sir Gerald Kaufman, MP for Gorton in Manchester, drew the parallel during a Commons debate on the Gaza conflict.

Some members of the Jewish community - including his fellow MPs - have questioned the comments.

Louise Ellman MP, of the Labour Friends of Israel group, said the "dreadful" war in Gaza was not comparable to German actions in World War II.

Sir Gerald, who was brought up as an orthodox Jew and Zionist, told MPs: "My grandmother was ill in bed when the Nazis came to her home town .. a German soldier shot her dead in her bed.

"My grandmother did not die to provide cover for Israeli soldiers murdering Palestinian grandmothers in Gaza."

"The present Israeli government ruthlessly and cynically exploit the continuing guilt from gentiles over the slaughter of Jews in the Holocaust as justification for their murder of Palestinians."

Palestinian deaths in the Gaza Strip have passed 1,000, medical sources in Gaza say, but Israel has continued to resist international calls for a ceasefire.

The Israeli government says the action is necessary to prevent Hamas rocket attacks into southern Israel.

Labour MP Louise Ellman said: "The Nazis were about rounding up and exterminating people because of their origins.

"What we're witnessing in Gaza is a dreadful war and the Israelis are trying to stop Hamas continuing to launch rockets from Gaza, targeting and killing and murdering Israeli citizens."

But speaking to the BBC on Friday, Sir Gerald said he was standing by his comments.

"We had an IRA bomb in Manchester which destroyed much of the centre - we didn't send troops over to Belfast to murder 1,000 Catholics."

Sir Gerald said he had been a long-term supporter of Israel and has personally known many of its prime pinisters.

But he added: "I am not going to stand by and keep silent when the Israeli troops - with a dreadful government sending them there - kill large numbers of innocent people with no useful result at the end of it all."

Posted - Sunday, January 18, 2009  -  6:22 AM Reply with quote

Posted - Sunday, January 18, 2009  -  1:30 PM Reply with quote

Dear Brothers and Sisters. I urge you to cheque this News also.


Wise people learn from Signs. This United States Aeroplane ditched in water just because of a flock of dark brown birds hitting the pilot's windscreen and pilot says it made him like blind. God saved the innocent passengers as he wanted to because of His Wisdom by giving timely sense to the pilot and the plane ditched in water. Similarly God can ditch United States and any other states who are using force on innocent people and they think there is no one to stop them. United States must learn its lesson from this sign and stop helping the cruel suppressors. Many Pharohs have come and gone. this can be one of them. Inshala Subhanahuwatala.

Posted - Monday, January 19, 2009  -  1:03 PM Reply with quote
Please click and watch:

http://palestinian. ning.com/ video/a-conversa tion-with- muhammad

Posted - Tuesday, January 27, 2009  -  8:28 PM Reply with quote
R the link doesnt open. plz resend thx

apparently the hosp in gaza is in need of diagnostic machines like dialysis machine for the wounded people whose kidneys have failed(kidneys can fail due to excessive blood loss due to the wounds). if anyone wishes to contribute, even a little amount, plz check the acct details on our donation page on this site. we will post this request to our sister site 'serving humanity' members as well.

Posted - Wednesday, January 28, 2009  -  6:21 AM Reply with quote

R the link doesnt open. plz resend thx
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Posted - Wednesday, January 28, 2009  -  6:25 AM Reply with quote

I tried to embed the video here.The video is clearly shown while i click this in "preview"before posting.
Is it disabled or not allowed to post videos?


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