Friday, January 25, 2013

The Hypocrite ISA QASIM and brutal Iran!

After the Judas Isa Qassim’s crushing speech about 3 weeks ago, yesterday at Saar Maatam he had a speech under the tiltle of “Sunni and Shiites are brothers!” 
Does Isa Qasim really believe Sunni and Shiites are brothers?

The answer is as follows:  

Isa Qasim and his followers are using what’s called “Taqiyya” which is one of the major principles of Shiism doctrine!

The word “Taqiyya" literally means: "Concealing or disguising one's beliefs, convictions, ideas, feelings, opinions, and/or strategies at a time of eminent danger, whether now or later in time, to save oneself from physical and/or mental injury."  A one-word translation would be "Dissimulation."

Taqiyya according to sunnis: “Is an act of pure hypocrisy that serves to conceal the truth and reveal that which is the exact opposite (of the truth). Furthermore, according to Islam and the teachings of Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him, Taqiyya constitutes a lack of faith and trust in ALLAH because the person who conceals his beliefs to spare himself from eminent danger is fearful of humans, when in fact, he should be fearful of ALLAH only.
The following references concerning Taqiyyah are established strictly from Shia literature.

Ayatollah Qasem : the nation rises and supervises and holds a special high rank between the nations by moderation , whether that the moderation was the moderation of the method or the moderation of level and actions.

From 10 parts of Deen, 9 portions depend upon Taqiyyah. [Usole Kafi, part2 - Kitabul Imaan wal kufr, Babut Taqiyyah, line 5, Riwayah , new iranian edition].

"A believer who does not dissimulate is like a body without a head." (Tafseer al-Askari)
The imam mentioned that the most beloved thing on the surface of earth is Taqiyyah. [Usole kafi, part 2. 

kitabul Imaan wal Kufr, Babut Taqiyyah, Line 12, Riwayah 4, page 217, New Iranian Edition].
The imam has mentioned that Taqiyyah is the coolness of his eyes. [Usole Kafi, part2, Kitabul Imaan wal Kufr, line1, Riwayah 14, page 217, new Iranian Edition].

He who does not act upon Taqiyyah is void of faith. [Tafseere Safi, part1, Faiz Kashani, page 253, New TehranEdition].

It is permissible to join the gatherings of the nasibis (non shia) by acting upon Taqiyyah. [Athare Haideri Urdu, (tafseer hasan askari) by Shareef Husain, line 15, page 500, Imamiyah kutub khana Edition, Lahore].
"Mix with them (i.e.non-shia) externally but oppose them internally." (Al-Kafi vol.9 p.116)

Concerning the verse, "Verily the most noble of you in Allah's sight is the most God-fearing (atqaakum)" , the shia attribute the following interpretation of "atqaakum": "That is, your deeds done by Taqiyyah (dissimulation) (Al-I'tiqadat)
It is interesting to contrast this doctrine of calculated deception with Allah's statement in the Holy Qur'an: "Surely those who hide from people the clear proofs and guidance, which we clarified in the Book (Qur'an), will be cursed by Allah and all those who curse." (2:159)
And the statement of the Prophet (SAWS) who said: "Whoever is asked for knowledge and conceals it will have a bridle of fire around his neck on the Day of Judgement." (Abu Dawood, Tirmidhi)

So, according to the exact definition of Taqiyya; The Judas Isa Qasim is Hypocrite also his followers!                                                                                                                                    
If the Judas Hypocrite Isa Qasim really cares about Sunni and considering them his brothers, why didn’t he condemn attacks on Sunnis by the racist gangs of Feb14?
BICI report:
“Individuals who had gathered at the Financial Harbour began to interfere with traffic on the King Faisal Road. A female member of the Sunni community was stopped by protesters while driving her vehicle. The protesters then attacked her vehicle with sticks and knives. The car was surrounded by a large number of demonstrators, who began pounding on the vehicle and chanting anti-government slogans. Fearing for the safety of the woman, other demonstrators and some police officers intervened to push back the crowd and allow the car to pass. In an attempt to get away, the car struck and injured one of the protesters, who was subsequently hospitalized. This incident caused mass anger among the demonstrators who vowed to retaliate against the woman and her family. Later that evening, the woman‘s address was circulated via SMS messages and on internet social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, and there were calls for people to attack her residence.”

“This incident intensified sectarian tensions and contributed to a heightened sense of a deterioration of security in Bahrain”

“A confrontation between protesters and pro-government supporters took place on 13 March 2011 at the University of Bahrain Campus. Conflicting reports indicated that between 10 and 100 individuals were injured, and the description of events varied greatly between reports. Official reports released by the GoB indicate that protesters burst onto the University of Bahrain campus and started to attack pro-GoB students, and that the S20 building (English language school) was set on fire. The events allegedly resulted in the injury of tens of Sunni students with bladed weapons. Many of the injured students were in a serious condition and had to be hospitalized”

“The Commission received 434 complaints from members of the Sunni community. These included claims of physical abuse, verbal abuse and threats to personal safety. The majority of complainants claimed to have suffered emotional distress caused by these violations or inconveniences. Some complainants stated that they were expressly targeted because of their religious affiliation. In addition, the Commission received complaints concerning damage to private property and Sunni mosques”

“The Commission received 102 complaints regarding physical abuse and 120 complaints regarding verbal abuse suffered by individuals who claimed that they were targeted because they were Sunni. Several individuals testified to having witnessed the physical assault of other Sunnis. One witness stated that his colleagues arrived at work covered in their own blood due to attacks by protesters on the way to work. Several individuals claimed to have been the victim of armed assaults. One individual stated that he was attacked by protesters with a knife outside SMC. Another individual was attacked by protesters carrying swords near Roundabout 7 in Hamad Town. He stated that he injured his hand when attempting to prevent the attack and he presented a medical report to the Commission in support of that claim”

And you can read more in BICI report Chapter VIII — Allegations of Violence by Non-Governmental Actors!

BICI Discrimination based on ethnicity or sect in occupied Salmaniya Medical Complex:

“On 13 March 2011, clashes occurred between anti-government and pro-government protesters. These clashes resulted in injuries to expatriates and naturalized Bahrainis, some of whom were sent to SMC. Government accounts are based on first hand witness statements. An SMC surgeon
testified in court that on 13 March 2011 he witnessed two individuals, one Bahraini and one naturalized Bahraini of Syrian descent (Sunni), being taken to the Emergency Section with severe head injuries, apparently suffered during protests at the University of Bahrain. He said he heard one accused doctor shout, ―Get these mercenaries away and throw them out and let BDF Hospital
treat them‖. Another accused doctor intervened and tried to calm him down and told him to keep his voice down. Another doctor then came and treated the patients, who were subsequently taken to BDF Hospital”

“The SMC surgeon further stated that later that night he saw a Bahraini Shia security guard beating a Pakistani man in a wheel chair, so he went up to him and said, ―If you do that again I will cut your hand off. Nurses then intervened to calm the situation. Minutes later he went to the Emergency Section and saw three of the accused doctors with a Shia cleric talking in a low voice to an Asian man on a bed, which he thought was very suspicious. The Chief Resident Doctor stated that on 13 March 2011 he witnessed two Pakistanis, who had been brought in ambulances and who had their hands tied, being attacked by protesters. He stated that the doctor referred to in the preceding paragraph attacked one of the patients, pulling him violently, and asked the Chief Resident Doctor not to ―release the handcuffs of the animal. He also witnessed this doctor attack other injured patients”

“One doctor stated that one accused doctor gave her attention to injured Shia patients rather than Sunnis”

“The Commission received several complaints alleging discrimination against Sunni patients by medical staff at SMC. These included accusations of medical negligence and denial of medical care. The Commission received video footage of a man carrying a young child and attempting to enter SMC.360 The video shows three medical personnel who prevent him from gaining access to SMC. He states that if he were Shia he would not have been denied access”

“The evidence presented to the Commission reveals that a number of injured expatriates who were brought to SMC were first attacked by protesters in different locations in the city and that they were also assaulted by the protesters in front of the Emergency Section. Video tapes and witness statements show cases of mistreatment against patients because they were Sunni expatriate workers and thought to be part of the security forces”

“Such conduct, which is on tape and supported by the statements is in contravention of the Bahrain Code of Medical Ethics. Further, statements by witnesses suggest that the manner in which some of the doctors treated some injured expatriate persons rises to a level of human insensitivity and professional disregard for medical ethics”

“As a result of the general situation in Bahrain as well as the specific events at the GCC Roundabout, and also as a result of the seizure of the external part of SMC by the protesters who controlled access to the hospital, particularly on 14 and 15 of March 2011, the number of external patients accessing the hospital was significantly reduced. Statistics on admissions show a reduction in the number of admitted patients of approximately 50% and also a 30% reduction in the number of non-emergency surgeries”

“The Commission finds that the occupation and control of the area by protesters hampered general access to the hospital and created a perception of an unsecure environment for those requiring medical care. Some Sunni patients seeking to gain access to SMC for medical treatment were turned away. Most of SMC‘s ground floor level, including the Emergency Section, the ICU and the administrative section, were taken over and controlled by medical personnel, resulting in difficulties for the Emergency Section”

Now back again to Taqiyya but this time from Hasan Nasr Allah who explains how the leaders of Shiites opposition are using media!

Now, let’s read what the Judas Hypocrite Isa Qasim will say:

Isa Qasim: Its now the right time to have our Jurisprudence regime in Bahrain. It’s the time to  overthrow the occupiers Al-KhalifasI to implement our plan to, to which we, as faithful believers, have no alternative, to establish an Islamic state under the rule of Islam. Bahrain should not be an Islamic republic of its own, but rather part of the Greater Islamic Republic, governed by the Master of Time (the Mahdi), and his rightful deputy, the Jurisprudent Ruler, Imam Khamenei.

Isa Qasim: (I was asked) about Hizbullah’s in Bahrain relations with Iran, and with the leadership of the Islamic Revolution in Iran.

I am one of the people working for Hezbollah and its active apparatuses. I would not have remained for a single moment in any apparatus of Hezbollah If I were not absolutely convinced that these apparatuses are connected, through a certain hierarchy,  to the Jurisprudent Ruler and Leader, whose decisions are binding.

As far as we are concerned, this is axiomatic. Diplomatic and political statements are not what is important in this case. Ayatollah Karroubi cannot simply admit: Yes, Hezbollah are our people in Lebanon. This is inconceivable, both politically and media-wise.

Our essential and organic relation with the leadership of the Islamic Revolution in Iran and the Rule of the Jurisprudent is axiomatic, as far as we are concerned. We belong to this path, we make sacrifices for its sake, and we expose ourselves to dangers, because we are convinced that the blood we shed flows for the sake of the Rule of the Jurisprudent.  

A question: Should the Jurisprudent Ruler be the one to appoint the leaders, and bestow legitimacy upon them, in all Muslim countries?

Isa Qasim answered: Yes, because his jurisprudence is not limited by geographical boundaries. It extends to wherever Muslims may be.

What of Isa Qasim and Hezbollah coup succeeded in Bahrain?

On 3 May 2011, Ahwazi Arabs wrote a letter to the Secretary General of The United Nations Ban Ki Moon titled Iran: Stop Ethnic Cleansings In Ahwaz as follows:
We write to you out of deep concern for Iran’s increasingly brutal crackdown on the Ahwazi Arabs human rights activists and peaceful protesters in recent days. At this juncture, it is imperative that the United Nations take a stand and urges Iran to immediately desist its oppression and violence and to respect the basic human and civil rights of Ahwazi Arabs, including the right to Arabic Education, employment, assembly, association and expression.

Ahwazi Arabs rallied on 15 April 2011 (Ahwazi Day of Rage) to mark the anniversary of demonstrations which took place in the Al Ahwazi  cities when Ahwazi Arabs held rallies in protest at a letter that Mohammed Ali Abtahi,  Khatami’s Vice President, which outlined a policy of “Persianization” of the region only to be met with violence. Special Forces used live ammunition, electric batons, tear gas, and paintball pellets to disperse protesters. Electricity, water, internet and mobile phone communication were cut.
International Federation for Human Rights on 19 April 2011 tells Iran to halt widespread political, economic and cultural discrimination and repression against Ethnic Arabs in Al Ahwaz.

Reporters Without Borders on 22 April 2011 “condemns the use of force by the Iranian authorities to contain demonstrations a week ago in [Al Ahwaz] and their ban on news coverage of the bloody clashes that took place. Both the national and international media were prevented from covering the incidents”
Please use every mechanism to urge Iran to respect the right to freedom of expression, assembly, and association as set forth by international rights standards.
Please use your influence to urge Iran to immediately halt its government sanctioned policy of racial segregation, oppression and brutality. Call on the Iran to release all prisoners of conscience and protesters detained during.

We urge you to work with UN Human Rights Commissioner and Independent Expert on Minority Issues to respond to the human rights crisis engulfing the people of Al Ahwaz.
Help us to stop racial, ethnic and cultural cleansings in Al Ahwaz.

How is the situation of Human Rights in Iran?

Reports of executions by Iran human Rights (IHRs) are really scary and showing how brutal and inhuman is the Jurisprudent of Iran Khamenei.

IHR, May 8 2011: Nine people, among them one minor, have been executed in the city of Ahvaz south of Iran.
According to the Persian section of Alarabiya (the news website of Alarabiya TV channel), Iran’s Judiciary has announced that nine people charged with murder of the security officers and committing acts against chastity, have been executed.
Quoting the website Ahvaz news, Alarabiya reported that three of the men were hanged in public in Ahvaz, while the other six were hanged inside the prison of Ahvaz. According to these reports one of those hanged in the prison was 16 years old.
The following executions were in 2012 only, according to Iran Human Rights website:

January 13: Two prisoners were executed in Tehran’s Evin prison and 9 others are scheduled to be hanged in the coming days in Shiraz, reported the Iranian state media.
The report also mentioned that three Afghan citizens were also sentenced to death by a Tehran court and the execution order was confirmed by the head of the Iranian judiciary.

January 15: 12 prisoners were executed in the city of Shiraz (southern Iran).

All those executed had been arrested in connection to the unrests in April 2011 in Ahvaz, where several people had been killed in clashes between the security forces and the inhabitants of an Arab neighborhood in Ahvaz.

Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam, the spokesperson of the Iran Human Rights urged the world community and the United Nations to conduct an independent investigation on the reports regarding the executions and unrest in Ahvaz.

January 31: One man was hanged publicly in the courtyard of the Karaj police department early Tuesday morning.

According to the official Iranian news agency IRNA, the man was identified as "H. M." and convicted of driving over and killing a police officer in Karaj in 2009.

According to the reports from the human rights group, "Human rights and democracy activists in Iran" the prisoner who was executed today was "Hassan Armin (Mafi)". According to this report Hassan, who was a coach in Kick boxing, was paralysed in both his lower extremities as a result of being beaten while he was in the prison.

January 30: One prisoner was hanged in the prison Zanjan (western Iran).

At least 54 people have been executed in Iran in the first two weeks of January 2012.

On the 13th July, 2011 the newspaper Daily Caller published “Company ends contracts with Iran after cranes used in public hangings”.

A Japanese company said it has ended contracts with the Iranian government following a report that its cranes have been used for public executions.

Crane-hanging has become a common practice in Iran. Tadano’s cranes, as well as those produced by other international manufacturers, have been used to make a dramatic public scene of executions. In 2004, Iran garnered international attention for hanging a 16-year-old girl from a crane in public view for having promiscuous sex, a violation of Sharia law.

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