Righteous Sunni Muslims vs Shiite Rafidite Dogs

Well, its not that I don’t have a dog in this fight. I’m proudly rootin’ for both sides…..

Iraq: Shiites and Sunnis plant brotherly roadside bombs next to each other’s mosques; at least 2 killed and 14 wounded

Iraqi security forces inspect the scene of a roadside bomb in central Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011. US Vice President Joe Biden arrived in Iraq early Thursday for talks about the future of American troops in the country as they prepare to leave at year’s end, but three explosions in the capital killing two people demonstrated the lingering security challenges facing the country. (AP Photo) (eye on the world)

Talk about the brotherhood of Muslims…

Baghdad, 13 Jan. (AKI) – At lest two people were killed and 14 wounded Thursday in Baghdad when three roadside bombs detonated in different locations in the Iraqi capital, according to an official at the country’s interior ministry.

One explosion killed one person and injured four others outside a Shia mosque in central Baghdad. A second blast occurred outside a Sunni mosque in northeastern Baghdad injuring three people, while a third explosion in the vicinity of a Sunni Shrine in central Baghdad killed one civilian and wounded five others.

The attacks coincided with a surprise visit to Baghdad by United States vice president Joe Biden who was due to meet with top Iraqi government officials following his arrival to the city early Thursday.

Modern, moderate Malaysia alarmed at Shi’ites “who are starting to practice their faith in public”

That sentiment, of course, goes for all unbelievers: the subjugation of non-Muslims under Islamic law includes the prohibition of outward manifestations of non-Islamic belief, including displaying crosses or ringing church bells. Malaysia is applying the same principle to what it sees as a heretical, inferior Islamic sect.

One wonders when or if Iran, for its part, will accuse Malaysia of being in league with the Zionists and the Great Satan on this. “Muslim-majority Malaysia is known for religious tolerance, but not when it comes to Shiites,” by Eileen Ng for the Associated Press, January 14 (thanks to JW):

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — In this Muslim-majority country, it’s OK to be Christian, Buddhist or Hindu. But not Shiite.

Well, it’s not that OK to be any non-Muslim in Malaysia, and it’s getting less and less OK all the time. We have over 7 years of stories in our archives that amply demonstrate that.

Malaysian religious police raided a three-story shop-house last month anddetained more than 100 Shiites who had gathered to mark the death of one of their most beloved saints, Prophet Muhammad’s grandson, who was killed in the year 680.

Whose prophet?

It was one of the largest such sweeps in years, sparking outrage and fear in the country’s small but growing Shiite community. Some religious scholars see it as a worrying sign that Islamic authorities are becoming more hard-line.

“Malaysia is trying to become a country a la Taliban that only allows one school of thought,” said prominent scholar Asri Zainul Abidin.

Despite its reputation for religious tolerance, Malaysia has been quietly discriminating against its own for years. The government recognizes only the Sunni branch of Islam and prohibits all others including Shiites, the world’s second largest Islamic group.

Shiites face discrimination elsewhere, but Malaysia appears to be the only place that actually outlaws them. […]

It’s not clear what prompted the recent raid in Malaysia, but Islamic officials defend the ban as crucial to prevent unrest among Muslims.

“Shia is an Iranian sect,” said leading cleric Harussani Zakaria, a member of the National Fatwa Council. “It has expanded secretly and now has many supporters who are starting to practice their faith in public. We don’t want any religious differences. They are a threat to Muslim unity in Malaysia.”…

12 thoughts on “Righteous Sunni Muslims vs Shiite Rafidite Dogs”

  1. They are getting in some practice for the big one:

    And I will call for a sword against him throughout all my mountains, saith the Lord Jehovah: every man’s sword shall be against his brother.
    (Ezekiel 38:21)

  2. The more the Shia and Sunni kill each other off means less Muslims in total so the better off the rest of the world. Seriously, the U.S., Canada and other coalition forces fighting in countries like Afghanistan, Iraq, etc. or supporting corrupt regimes in Syria, Lebananon, Gaza-Hamasses to bring about so-called democracy are living in a fantasy dreamland if they really think they are going to make a difference. Wasted lives and wasted money. When will all the “smart” political leaders figure out that Al-Qaida (spelling?) and the Taliban are following the mainstream doctrine of Islam and are not some aberration of Islam.

  3. The tearing apart is beginning. Turks are Sunni. Egypt “Shite”.

    Turks feel they are superior to eveyone else in the Muslim world. So it looks like interesting times ahead of us.

    The Turks will plan to wipe out the “Shite” in due course. They will use their brothers to begin with and then the Muslim world will wage battle against the same brothers. Their history shows this.

  4. This is how allah (aka satan) has it all planned. First all Jews are either killed or forcibly converted to islam, then the Christians, then all the other religions.

    Once the whole world is under islam, then the war will continue, sunni vs shiite. Eventually all humanity has been wiped out.

    That’s what I reckon, anyway.

  5. Just more proof that when Mohammedans run out of Kaffirs and Jews to kill they turn on each other. The bloods got to flow Satanic Allah demands it.

  6. Strange too that Mohammedans have no trouble counting BOTH Shi’ites and Sunnis as Mohammedans when they want to brag about numbers. When they BOTH consider each other as Kaffirs. So next time a Mohammedan tells you about the 1.5 billion and fastest growing CULT ask him do you mean the Sunni or Shia or maybe Ba’hai or Amahdi dont be a HYPOCRITE and lump them all together when they hate and despise each other and claim the opposition are NOT Mohammedans.

  7. Sunni vs. Shiite in Saudi Arabia

    Joshua Teitelbaum

    On December 16, the Saudi city of Medina witnessed severe clashes between Sunnis and Shiites at the time of the annual Ashura gathering, when Shiites commemorate the martyrdom of Husayn, grandson of the Prophet Muhammad.

    Wahhabism, the leading stream of Islam in Sunni Saudi Arabia, is extremely anti-Shiite, since certain Shiite practices conflict with Wahhabi Islamic practice. Shiites, who constitute 10-15 percent of the Saudi population, have suffered greatly under Saudi rule. Depredations have included killings, arbitrary arrests, job discrimination, and forbidding of their religious ceremonies.

    With Shiite Iran on the cusp of nuclear arms, and with demonstrated victories by Iran’s proxies in Iraq, Lebanon, and the Gaza Strip, the Saudi rulers cannot afford to be seen coddling local Shiites. Saudi Sunnis expect their leaders to defend the honor and position of the Sunni majority within and without Saudi Arabia, lest Shiite victories generate a sea change and reverse the age-old dominance of the Sunni sect of Islam.

    The Shiites are not numerous enough to constitute a threat to the regime, but they do constitute an actual and potential arm of Iranian influence.

    The sense is that if King Abdullah had his way, he would end discrimination and fully integrate the Saudi Shiites. But the king faces an ongoing dilemma: if he appeases the Shiites, he risks the wrath of Wahhabi extremists and the religious establishment; if he doesn’t, the Shiites will remain a thorn in his side.

    On December 16, the Saudi city of Medina witnessed severe clashes between Sunnis and Shiites. The clashes occurred at the time of the annual Ashura gathering, when Shiites commemorate the martyrdom of Husayn, grandson of the Prophet Muhammad. Although the local press referred only to anonymous mobs, it was clear from international reporting and Saudi Shiite websites that this was a sectarian riot.

    Sunni Wahhabism and Shiism in Saudi Arabia

  8. this is wrong i am a sunni manliving in north london and i think this pciture is wrong to put up because as a scholar said if you point 1 finger at someone ten will point back. so this is saying that we are that jelous to create a picture and upload it. do jihad with our self follow the bikhari which says be loving and stuff. and what was the prophet was he shia or sunni the fact he was nun so i dont know why saying this 2 shias, they are our muslime brother

    see its haram 2 make sets, it means it evan more bad if we say bad stuff about the sets

  9. The difference between Shia and Sunni


    I present the following transcript and the title “The fundamental differences between Shia and Sunni Islam” to provide some understanding regarding the enemy we face. I say enemy, for unless you are Muslim, you are the enemy of Islam and deserve to die.

    Therefore, as a Non-Muslim, Islam directly threatens me with death as a punishment for not accepting Islam or at very least, I accept to live as a non-Muslim under a Sharia Legal State.

    And of course, I would have to pay a higher tax for this privilege that Muslims have granted me, my life as a non-Muslim under sharia law… It’s a frightening thought. Muhammad very clearly established that people of other religions have to pay a poll tax to Muslims called the jizya, as a reminder of their inferior status. This abrogates an earlier verse stating that there is “no compulsion in religion” and destroys any pretence that Islam is merely a religion and not a political system. Credits to http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/Quran/004-jizya.htm

    Growing up in the Middle East when in 1979 the Islamic revolutionaries took over Iran and Ayatollah Khomeini went back to his beloved homeland and was placed at the head..few folk around the world had a clue what on earth Shia or Shi`ite Islam was all about…


    Living in a predominantly Sunni Muslim and Islamic Country of United Arab Emirates, my Fathers Brother, my Uncle, was a town planner and was working in Saudi Arabia. The tribal relationships between these eastern Arab Sunni Muslims crossed borders and find blood relatives from Saudi inside places like UAE, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain… You see, the western Sunni Arabs of Mecca, Medina and stretching down the coast lines of the Red Sea down to Yemen, where Osama Bin Laden family roots lie, were a different environment, mountainous, and very different to these Gulf pearl diving Arab Muslims.

    An important note here, I would hear quite regularly from the Sunni Arab Muslims around me, that Shia Muslims were Infidel and non muslims and of course, the enemy. So which brings us nicely to the Sunni Arab Muslims. Around this time in 1979, hardly anyone across the world would have ever heard of the Saudi Government “flying in” foreign troops from Pakistan and France who would GAS militants and use “heavy artillery” against them inside the GRAND MOSQUE OF MECCA where approx 500 had holed up and taken an initial 50,000 worshippers as hostage…I ask you to take a second to truly ponder what has happened here..

    The Grand Mosque Seizure on November 20, 1979, was an armed attack and takeover by armed Islamist dissidents of the Al-Masjid al-Haramin Mecca, Saudi Arabia, the holiest place in Islam. The insurgents declared that the Mahdi, or redeemer of Islam, had arrived in the form of one of the insurgents’ leaders, Abdullah Hamid Mohammed Al-Qahtani and called on Muslims to obey him.

    The seizure shocked the Islamic world as hundreds of pilgrims present for the annual hajj were taken hostage, and hundreds of militants, security forces and hostages caught in crossfire were killed in the ensuing battles for control of the site. The siege ended two weeks after the takeover began with militants cleared from the mosque. Following the attack, the Saudi state implemented stricter enforcement of Islamic code.

    The seizure was led by Juhaimanibn Muhammad ibnSaif al Utaibi, who belonged to a powerful family of Najd. He declared his brother-in-lawMuhammad bin abd Allah al-Qahtani to be the Mahdi, or redeemer of Islam, whose coming at endtimes is foretold in many ahaadith of Muhammad. Although one of the essential signs to know the Mahdi is that he is a descendant of Muhammad, Muhammad bin abd Allah al-Qahtani was not a descendant of the Prophet of Islam, since he belongs to Al-Qahtani tribe.

    However, the fanatics overlooked this by relying on the fact that Al-Qahtani’s name and his father’s name are identical to the Prophet’s name and father, and they used one of the Prophet’s sayings “His and his father’s names were the same as Muhammad’s and his father’s, and he had come to Mecca from the north” to justify their opinion. Furthermore, the date of the attack, November 20, 1979, was the first day of the year 1400 according to the Islamic calendar, which according to another hadith, was the day that the Mahdi would reveal himself.

    Juhaiman Saif al Otaibi was from “one of the foremost families of Najd. His grandfather had ridden with Abd al Aziz in the early decades of the century.” He was a preacher, a former corporal in the Saudi National Guard, and former student of revered conservative Sheikh Abdel Aziz al Baaz, who went on to become the Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia. Juhaiman had turned against al Baz, “and began advocating a return to the original ways of Islam, among other things; a repudiation of the West; an end of education of women; abolition of television and expulsion of non-Muslims.” He proclaimed that “the ruling Al Saud dynasty had lost its legitimacy, because it was corrupt, ostentatious and had destroyed Saudi culture by an aggressive policy of Westernization.”

    We have to look nat the relationships of Juhaymanibn Muhammad ibn Sayf al-Otaibi.

    Otaibi and Qahtani had met while being imprisoned together for sedition, when Otaibi claimed to have a vision sent by God telling him that Qahtani was the Mahdi. Their declared goal was to institute a theocracy in preparation for the imminent apocalypse. Many of their followers were drawn from theology students at the Islamic University in Medina, which was known as a center of the Muslim Brotherhood. Other followers came from Yemen, Kuwait, and Egypt and also included some black African Muslims.

    The followers preached their radical message in different mosques in Saudi Arabia without being arrested. The government was reluctant to confront religious extremists. Members of the ulema cross-examined Otaibi and Qahtani for heresy, but they were subsequently released as being traditionalists harkening back to the Ikhwan, like Otaibi’s grandfather, and not a threat.

    Because of donations from wealthy followers, the group was well-armed and trained. Some members, like Otaibi, were members of the National Guard. Some National Guard troops sympathetic to the insurgents infiltrated weapons, ammunition, gas masks, and provisions into the mosque compound over a period of weeks before the new year. Automatic weapons were stolen from National Guard armories, and the supplies were hidden in the hundreds of tiny underground rooms under the mosque that were used as hermitages.

    In the early morning of November 20, 1979, the imam of the Grand Mosque, Sheikh Mohammed al-Subayil, was preparing to lead the prayers for the fifty thousand worshipers who had gathered for the first prayer of the Islamic year. He was interrupted by insurgents who procured weapons from under their robes, chained the gates shut and killed two policemen who were armed with only wooden clubs for disciplining unruly pilgrims. The number of insurgents has been given as “at least 500″ and “four to five hundred”, which included several women and children who had joined Otaibi’s movement.

    At the time, the Grand Mosque was being renovated by the Saudi Binladin Group in what was the most prestigious construction contract in the Islamic world. An employee of the organization was able to report the seizure to corporate headquarters before the insurgents cut the telephone lines. A representative of the Binladin Group was thus the first to notify King Khalid.

    The insurgents released most of the hostages and locked the remainder in the sanctuary. They took defensive positions in the upper levels of the mosque, and sniper positions in the minarets, from which they commanded the grounds. No one outside the mosque knew how many hostages remained, how many militants were in the mosque and what sort of preparations they had made.

    Soon after the seizure, about a hundred security officers of the Interior Ministry attempted to retake the mosque, and were decisively turned back with heavy casualties. The survivors were quickly joined by units of the Saudi Army and National Guard.

    By the evening, the entire city of Mecca had been evacuated. Prince Sultan, then-Minister of Defense, rushed to the city to set up a field command. Sultan appointed his nephew Turki bin Faisal Al Saud, head of the Al Mukhabarat Al A’amah, to take over the forward command post several hundred meters from the mosque, where Turki would remain for the next several weeks. However, the first order of business was to seek the approval of the ulema, which was led by Abdul Aziz bin Baz. Islam forbids any violence within the Grand Mosque, to the extent that plants cannot be uprooted without explicit religious sanction. IbnBaaz found himself in a delicate situation, especially as he had previously taught Otaibi in Medina. Regardless, the ulema issued a fatwa allowing deadly force to be used in retaking the mosque.

    With religious approval granted, Prince Sultan ordered frontal assaults on three of the main gates, preceded by an artillery barrage. The assaulting force was repulsed, and never even got close to breaking through the insurgents’ defenses, while snipers continued to pick off members of the security forces whenever they showed themselves. The mosque’s public address system was used to broadcast the insurgents’ message throughout the streets of Mecca. Confusion reigned at the field command, where several senior princes, the heads of the armed forces and military attaches from France and Pakistan gave contradictory advice. Pakistani troops were rushed to Makkah on Saudi Government’s request and Pakistani SSG commandos lead a successful operation afterwards.

    In the middle of the day, Prince Sultan ordered helicopters to lower troops on ropes directly into the courtyard in the center of the mosque, which turned out to be a suicide mission. At this point, King Khalid appointed Turki head of the operation.

    The insurgents broadcast their demands from the mosque loudspeakers, calling for the cutoff of oil exports to the United States and expulsion of all foreign civilian and military experts from the Arabian peninsula. On November 25, the Arab Socialist Action Party – Arabian Peninsula issued a statement from Beirut alleging to clarify the demands of the insurgents. The party, however, denied any involvement of its own in the seizure.

    We must also take a very good note of the following… Three commandos from the French GIGN led by thirty-three year old Lieutenant Paul Barril converted to Islam so that they would be allowed into Mecca to aid the Saudi police and military and their Pakistani attaches in planning the retaking of the mosque, as non-Muslims cannot enter the city of Mecca. Their identities were concealed by the Saudi government so as to avoid the appearance of being too closely allied with non-Muslim nations and parties, as was frequently the accusation leveled by the propaganda services of Ayatollah Khomeini against The House of Saud.

    The Pakistanis proposed to end the siege by flooding the mosque and then dropping a high-voltage electric cable to electrocute all present, which was dismissed. Pakistani Commandos then resorted to non-lethal gases in order to subdue the occupiers, and dropped grenades into the chambers through holes drilled in the mosque courtyard. During their operation, the commandos used the least amount of force possible to avoid damage to the mosque, and managed to force the surrender of the surviving insurgents.

    The battle had lasted more than two weeks, and had officially left “255 pilgrims, troops and fanatics” killed “another 560 injured … although diplomats suggested the toll was higher.” Military casualties were 127 dead and 451 injured.

    The bin Laden family and business resources were allegedly involved in this conflict. Dr. Daly, an adjunct scholar at Washington’s Middle East Institute and author for Jane’s Intelligence Review, says, “It has been reported that one of Osama’s half brothers was arrested as a sympathizer of the takeover but was later exonerated.”

    According to Cooperative Research:

    In the 1960s Osama bin Laden’s half-brother Mahrous bin Laden joined a rebel group opposed to the Saudi government. With his assistance, in 1979 the rebels smuggled weapons into Mecca, Saudi Arabia, using trucks belonging to the bin Laden family company. 500 rebels then seized the Grand Mosque in Mecca (sic), Islam’s holiest mosque in its holiest city. They try, but fail, to overthrow the Saudi royal family. All the men who took part are later beheaded except Mahrous. Eventually he is released from prison because of the close ties between the bin Ladens and the Saudi royal family.

    Mahrous apparently abandons the rebel cause and joins the family business. He is eventually made a head of the Medina branch and a member of the board. He will still hold these positions on 9/11. But a newspaper reports that “his past [is] not forgiven and most important decisions in the [bin Laden family business] are made without Mahrous’ input.”[21][22][23]

    Lawrence Wright reports that the bin Laden family actually provided important assistance in taking back the mosque by providing maps and technical information about the mosque critical in the assault.

    Steve Coll’s Ghost Wars states that the weapons were transported into the mosque prior to the takeover. Bin Laden company trucks were a common sight in the mosque, as the company won a contract to renovate and modernize the mosque in 1973. The bin Ladens did help the regime during the takeover, by giving Saudi security forces the architectural plans for the site.


    In Iran, Ayatollah Khomeini told radio listeners, “It is not beyond guessing that this is the work of criminal American imperialism and international Zionism.” Muslim anti-American demonstrations followed in the Philippines, Turkey, Bangladesh, India, eastern Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Pakistan. Anger fueled by these rumors peaked within hours in Islamabad, Pakistan, and on November 21, 1979, the day following the takeover, the U.S. embassy in that city was overrun by a mob, who then burned the embassy to the ground. A week later, this anger swept to the streets ofTripoli, Libya, where a mob attacked and burned the U.S. embassy there on December 2, 1979.

    Perhaps the most disturbing development to come out of the 1979 takeover of the Grand Mosque was the eventual revelation of prime organizer al-Utaibi’s connection to the Saudi Arabian National Guard.

    The rebels’ leader, Juhayman, was captured, and he and 67 of his fellow rebels (all the surviving males) were tried secretly, convicted and publicly beheaded in the squares of four Saudi cities.

    And for your enjoyment, I would like you all to take time to watch the following short video. Because how some describe the geographical ARC/Banana streching from Iran, through Iraq, joining up with Syria and down connecting to Lebanon Hezbollah and Hamas etc is real… and this short video is from the same time and era…

    ARCHIVAL – Hassan Nasrallah in the Late 1980s: Lebanon Should Become Part of the Greater Islamic Republic Ruled by Leader of Iran, Who Should Appoint All Islamic Rulers

    Following are excerpts from a video clip of Hassan Nasrallah before he assumed office as Hizbullah secretary-general. The video was posted on the Internet.

    To view this clip on MEMRI TV, visit



    Hassan Nasrallah: “What is the nature of the regime that Hizbullah wants for Lebanon at present, in light of the state of the country and the numerous sects? The preceding lectures have answered this question. Right now, we do not have a plan for a regime in Lebanon. We believe that we should remove the colonialism and the Israeli [occupation], and only then can a plan be implemented.

    “Our plan, to which we, as faithful believers, have no alternative, is to establish an Islamic state under the rule of Islam. Lebanon should not be an Islamic republic on 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 Khomeini.


    “[I was asked] about Hizbullah’s relations with Iran and with the leadership of the Islamic Revolution in Iran. As far as we are concerned, these relations… I am one of the people working for Hizbullah and its active apparatuses. I would not have remained for a single moment in any apparatus of Hizbullah 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, Hizbullah 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.


    “Should the Jurisprudent Ruler be the one to appoint the leaders, and bestow legitimacy upon them, in all Muslim countries? Yes, because his jurisprudence is not limited by geographical boundaries. It extends to wherever Muslims may be.”


    and for all you conspiracy theorists… please accept the following. http://www.wlym.com/pdf/iclc/hostage.pdf

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