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There were posters up on this event linking these urls to the event Who is Hussain? and Home - The10thDay.com Imam Hussain Awareness Organisation

Husayn ibn Ali - Wikipedia

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The 10thday is a reference to the Day of Ashura - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, a day of mourning for the shia regards hussain.

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Yesterday, IGP Abdul Hamid said the police would work with religious authorities to stop the group over what he described as an “irresponsible” act that “goes against Sunni teachings”.

Natasha expressed her disappointment over Abdul Hamid’s remark, explaining that the group already met the Federal Territories Islamic Religious Department (Jawi) to explain its position prior to yesterday.
Hussain (alternately spelled Husayn or Hussein) was a grandson of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad and the son of the latter’s youngest daughter, Fatimah, with his cousin Ali ibn Abu Talib.

Hussain had refused to pledge allegiance to the Umayyad caliph, Yazid, whom he considered unjust and was later assassinated by the latter’s army along with most of his family and companions. He was 55 at the time of his death.
The incident solidified the schism between Sunnis and Shiahs, with the former believing Muhammad did not appoint a successor while the latter holds otherwise.
Hussain is very important for the shia. The more fundamental Sunni at least wouldn't be very supportive, we aren't just importing foreign religions, we are importing their sectarian issues as well. This is why when you hear a mosque being attacked, always check is it a non sunni mosque, as there's a high chance its a sunni that did the attack for sectarian reasons and it also has a secondary advantage of herding the flock against non muslim's in the west, especially when the media will likely push it as a wacist incident, rather then dig for the truth.
 

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There were posters up on this event linking these urls to the event Who is Hussain? and Home - The10thDay.com Imam Hussain Awareness Organisation

Husayn ibn Ali - Wikipedia

Youtube Who is Hussain?
Twitter https://twitter.com/whoishussain

The 10thday is a reference to the Day of Ashura - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, a day of mourning for the shia regards hussain.

Youtube The10thDay Media
Twitter https://twitter.com/The10thDayMedia



Hussain is very important for the shia. The more fundamental Sunni at least wouldn't be very supportive, we aren't just importing foreign religions, we are importing their sectarian issues as well. This is why when you hear a mosque being attacked, always check is it a non sunni mosque, as there's a high chance its a sunni that did the attack for sectarian reasons and it also has a secondary advantage of herding the flock against non muslim's in the west, especially when the media will likely push it as a wacist incident, rather then dig for the truth.
I think most peoples curiosity would be satisfied knowing that he was some bloke from Muslim history.

The real question is why did they choose to travel to a non Muslim country in part of the World which Muslim armies have been attempting to take over for most of the last 1400 years and then think its appropriate to march down the Capital Citys main thoroughfare shoving their alien religion in everyones face.

It would be hyperbolic to talk about Germans marching down the Champs Elysee in June of 1940 but it could be seen by some as a small scale version of that type of statement of intent.
 
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I think most peoples curiosity would be satisfied knowing that he was some bloke from Muslim history.

The real question is why did they choose to travel to a non Muslim country in part of the World which Muslim armies have been attempting to take over for most of the last 1400 years and then think its appropriate to march down the Capital Citys main thoroughfare shoving their alien religion in everyones face.

It would be hyperbolic to talk about Germans marching down the Champs Elysee in June of 1940 but it could be seen by some as a small scale version of that type of statement of intent.
I think its useful to know.

This is them pushing their version of the religion, and islam in general, masked as an ngo/social justice movement and so the libtards love this shit, and can counter the whole cognitive dissonance issue the religious part brings with the we support you as fellow SJWs, its smart.
 

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Colective Action on Facebook has posted her address.
The page is Cork based, the same degenerates that tried take over YV with the inclusive YV are on it.
They've been trying to bandwagon on everything they possibly can to look bigger than they are.
 

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GoD has reported on a muslim protest in O'Connel street on her Facebook page .
When was the last time you saw any other immigrant group taking to the streets in their host nation ranting and raving?

These bastards are so arrogant. Curse the Swine's who've opened the gates to this 5th Column.
 

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Iman Hussain Ibn Ali was an actual social justice warrior as opposed to "SJW". He and the rest of the Ahl al-Kisa are extremely compelling characters. When the Hare Krishnas have their Religious marches for the demons they worship it is allowed so I don't see the big deal about an Ashura march.

"Suddenly a spark appears in the darkness and bursts through the silence. The radiant visage of 'a martyr who walks alive upon the earth'. From the depths of darkness, the immense corruptions and obscure nights of despair, the light and powerful feature of 'a hope' is seen.

Once more, from the silent and sorrowful home of Fatima, the little house which is greater than the whole of history, a man emerges - angry, determined, in a state of rebellion against all of the palaces of cruelty and fronts of power. He is as a mountain which holds a volcano within it or as a hurricane like the one God sent to the tribe of 'Ad.

A man emerges from Fatima's house. He looks. at Medina and the mosque of the Prophet, Mecca and Abraham, the Ka'ba which is enchained by Nimroud, Islam and the message of Muhammad, the Green Palace of Damascus, the hungry people, the slaves and . . .

A man emerges from Fatima's house. The load of all of the responsibilities has been placed upon his shoulders. He is heir of the great suffering human being. He is the only successor to Adam, Abraham, Muhammad . . . a lonely man.

But no! A woman has come out of Fatima's house with him, walking side by side with him. She bears half of the heavy mandate of her brother upon her shoulders.

A man emerges from Fatima's house. Alone, friendless, with empty hands he confronts the terror the darkness and the sword. He has only one weapon - death. But he is the son of the family who has learned the art of dying well in the school of life. There is no one in the whole world who knows 'how to die' better than he does. His powerful enemy who is ruling the world is deprived of this knowledge. It is because of this that this lonely hero is so confident of his victory over the immense army of his enemy and so determined. He confronts it without doubt.

The great teacher of martyrdom has now arisen in order to teach those who consider the jihad to relate only to those who have ability and victory to be only in conquering. Martyrdom is not a loss, it is a choice, a choice, whereby the warrior sacrifices himself on the threshold of the temple of freedom and the altar of love and is victorious.

Husayn ('a), the heir of Adam, who gives life to the children of mankind, and the successor of the great prophets, who taught mankind 'how to live', has now come to teach mankind 'how to die'.

Husayn ('a) teaches that 'black death' is the miserable fate of a humbled people who accept scorn in order to remain alive. For death chooses those who are not brave enough to choose martyrdom. Death chooses them!

The word shahid, martyr, contains the highest form of what I am saying. It means, being present, bearing witness, one who bears witness. It also means that which is sensible and perceptible, the one who all turn towards. Finally, it means, model, pattern, example."

Ali Shariati.
 

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Sweet suffering JeeAYsus :rolleyes:
Your "Iman of Peace" Tawhidi was interviewed by this slapper negress American Kosher Conservative and she asked him "can Islam really be reformed?" and he launched into an impassioned rant about the martyrdom of Iman Hussain Ibn Ali and how his death meant essentially the bulk of Islam is doomed.
 
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