Saudi Despot Intervenes To Strangle Bahrainian Intifadah
Saudia Arabia has sent troops into Bahrain. There’s police from the UAE and there’s a variety of support from others who are Bahrain’s neighbours. It is particularly strange that one of the “Islamic scholars” from Saudia Arabia, declared it forbidden to protest from an Islamic perspective. Apparently it causes “fitnah” (trial/tribulation) amongst people and we are supposed to blindly accept the leader, regardless of who they are or what they say or do.
Secondly, it is amazing that the “scholars” bring in their own interpretations to suit their rulers, but have kept silent and neglected this Hadeeth:
Abu Hurairah (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that Allah’s Messenger (peace be upon him) said, "It is unlawful for a Muslim to unjustly take the blood, wealth and honour of another Muslim." [6541: The Book of Piety: Saheeh Muslim]
So according to them it is acceptable for policemen and military soldiers to kill other Muslims, but it is wrong for us to protect our life and ask for our rights.
Of course when standing up to Zionists, they’ll do absolutely nothing and send no troops whatsoever to defend the Palestinians and others who are being shelled and having their rights taken away.
This is a worrying state of affairs for the Muslims. The Saudi’s main issue with Bahrain is that 70% or so are Shia Muslims. I am not here to speak on theology, but if you look at Iran, it is one of the few countries that has the guts to stand up and speak up against Zionism and the Shias are actually doing far more to participate against the Zionist regime, compared to their Sunni counterparts. As Saudi have allowed Israel airspace to fly to Iran, they have no right to speak on Islam, as they are not fulfilling their basic duty of 'enjoining the good and forbidding the evil' (Quran 16:90 and others). Of course the Saudi regime believe they will reimburse the lives they are responsible for killing off by distributing free Qurans (and those with the King’s name on also).
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