Friday, February 24, 2006

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With concerns of civil war in Iraq due to intensifying Shiite and Sunni tension, the spiritual leaders called on the public for moderation to stop the events. ...more
.Belgium condemns Samarra bomb attacks
Belgian Foreign Minister Karel de Gucht condemned Friday the bomb attacks against the holy shrines of Imam Hadi and Imam Hassan Asgari in Samarra, Iraq.
"It is necessary to break this vicious cycle of violence. The attack against the mausoleums of Imams al-Hadi and al-Askari of Samarra is aimed to fail the process of democratization and reconstruction in Iraq and to cause inter-confessional violence," he said in a statement.
De Gucht also condemned the reprisal attacks against mosques in Baghdad and other places in Iraq.
He encouraged all Iraqi political and religious authorities to condemn those acts of violence and to pursue the reconstruction of a peaceful and multi-confessional Iraq.
.Indian PM condemns bombing of Shia shrine in Iraq
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh condemned the "shameful and senseless" act of desecration of the 1000-year-old Shia shrine of Mahdi Al-Askari (AS), revered by millions in Samara, Iraq, including many Indians.
The news of the bombing of the holy Al-Askariya mosque in Samarra has caused great shock and grief in India, the prime minister's media adviser, Sanjaya Baru, quoted Prime Minister Singh as saying.
"India hopes that the leaders of Iraq will not let such heinous acts come in the way of building a unified, peaceful, stable and prosperous Iraq through dialogue and mutual respect," Singh said.
"India stands committed to assist in the process of building peace and stability in Iraq and in the reconstruction of the country," he added.

Samarra; Tomb of Mahdi's parents

.By Nader Talebzadeh
filmmaker and historical researcher focusing on epics that span Muslim history.
He finished his studies in America in 1970s.

.The incredible assault on the holiest of shrines in Iraq came as an insult to all Muslims. It came at time that one can't but suspect a close coordinator between the oppossry forces that do not wish to see a revival Iraq independent on its feet. one can only assume that it could rise from the evil ambitions of Zarquavi and Benladan. No one acts with more hatred and demon vices than these British brel branch of Islam namely the militia Wahabis.
Samarra is the buried tomb of tow Imams, namely Imam Hadi and his son the twelfth Imam, Imam Askari, the father of Imam Mahdi whose saviour of Islam's future. the same Imam Mahdi whose return is expected by Muslims along with Jesus the Messiah. It is on of the holiest sites of Islam because it bears the ground that Nargisus the mother of Mahdi is buried. the same Nargisus who historically is the describable by Saint Peter and all Shia Muslims revere. The buried grommet of the parents of Islami future saviour (along with Jesus, the son of Mary) is no meager shrine. The enemy know how to ignite the fury of the faithful.
and they will pay.

Cartoons ends to blast

Some experts believe the blast in the holy shrine of Askariain-a very sacred place of shiites in Iraq, is a new plan to divide Muslims after danish cartoons united them against western plots. The plot that many believe it was organised and and not accidentally.
Months after 12 cartoons published in Danish and other european country's newspapers, many angry Muslims around the world condemned this act and took out vast protest ralleis, united and from all sects.

Hakim calls for unity

Iraq ‘s most influential Shiite political leader called Friday for Sunni-Shiite unity and condemned the killing of Iraqis in a bid to help pull the nation from the brink of civil war after the wave of Shiite outrage triggered by the bombing of a Shiite shrine two days go.

Al-Hakim instead blamed Saddam Hussein loyalists and followers of al-Qaida in Iraq boss Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, saying "we all have to unite in order to eliminate them."

"We call for self-restraint and not to be dragged by the plots of the enemy of Iraq."

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.Muslims in S.Africa call crime in Samarra a plot to divide Ummah
Ahlul-Beit Foundation in South Africa in a statement issued Friday strongly condemned heinous attack on Sacred Shrines of two holy Imams in Samarra (Iraq).
The statement said a seditious bomb attack occurred destroying Holy Shrines of 10th Imam Ali Naqi (AS) and 11th Hassan Askari (AS) in Samarra (Iraq) in the early hours of Wednesday Morning. ...more

.Pakistan rallies, religious leaders condemn Iraq shrine attacks
Pakistani President General Pervez Musharraf on Friday condemned the bombing of the Holy Shrines of Imam Ali al-Hadi and Imam Hassan Askari resulting in their severe damage.

.Berlin Muslims to take to streets to deplore Iraq terror
German Muslims are to rally in downtown Berlin on Saturday in a bid to deplore the latest bombing attacks of two holy Shiite shrines in Samarra, Iraq.
According to a press statement, released by a group of Berlin-based Muslim communities, the rally's main aim is to promote unity, brotherhood and vigilance among Muslims in light of foreign plots to sow the seeds of discord between Iraqi Shiites and Sunnis.
The Muslim protestors are also to "condemn in the strongest possible terms the desecration of holy Muslim and Christian sites".
The group pointed out that a "third party" was trying to create a rift between Iraqi Shiites and Sunnis in an attempt to start a civil war in the country.

Iranians condemn shrine bombings

Tens of thousands of worshipers in Tehran marched in the street after the Friday prayers to protest against Wednesday's bombing of the holy shrines in the Iraqi city of Sammara.
The protesters condenmed the terrorist attacks and called for unity among Muslims to confront with such anti-Islamic acts.
They also asked the interntional bodies to denounce the crime and called for bringing the culprits involved into justice.
Chanting anti-US and anti-UK slogans, they called for an end into Iraq's occupation so that the war-torn country can feel peace and stability.

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.Britain's Islamic centers condemn Iraq blast, call for vigilance
Islamic centers in Britain have condemned Wednesday's blast at the holy shrine in Iraq, demanding vigilance and unity of the nation.
"We send our deepest condolences to Imam Al-Mahdi (AS) and all Muslims around the globe for the cowardly, despicable, and tragic assault on the holy shrine of the 10th and 11th Imams, Ali al-Hadi (AS) and Hassan al-Askari (AS)," said the London-based Islamic Center of England.
"There is no doubt that the contemporary world needs to establish peace and prosperity now more than ever. The wicked and inhumane strategists of global imperialism plan these shameful acts having them carried out by local agents. Their corrupt goals aim to sow dissent and create division amongst the devoted followers of various faiths and different factions." The Islamic Center of England urged all Muslims to remain aware and to maintain their unity so as to foil the insidious plans of the enemies of Islam.
"There is no doubt that Allah the Almighty shall secure the victory of Islam and of the Muslims provided that they retain patience and piety," it added.
Also the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) condemned bombing of the Hassan al-Askari (AS) shrine.
The IHRC further condemned any targeting of places of worship and targeting of civilians as senseless barbarity, which has no justification whatsoever in Islam.
It said the IHRC regards any acts of sectarian violence as "playing into the hands of the occupying forces, who have been attempting to stoke up such divisions for some time now to further their own political agenda".

.Iraqi Forces Fan Out to Enforce Curfews
Police and soldiers fanned out Friday to enforce an extraordinary daytime curfew in Baghdad and three provinces in a bid to halt the wave of sectarian violence that have killed about 120 people
.EU condemned the criminal and sacrilegious bombing
The European Union (EU) condemned Thursday "the criminal and sacrilegious bombing" of the Imam Ali al-Hadi (AS) shrine in Samarra on Wednesday that has provoked sectarian strife.

A question!

1. Unknown terrorists Bombed the holy -shiite- shrine of Askariain in Iraq.
2. Western media and arab TV stations published that more than 100 Sunni Iraqi killed in Iraq and around 30 mosques were set on fire by unknown terrorist.
3. After the bomb attack both Shia and Sunni clerics and leaders condemned this terrorist acts and called for unity. They will pray today together to show Muslims unity in Iraq in their friday prayers.
4. Although majority of medias (sp. westerns) do not cover thenews of this unity, and are trying to show Iraq at the threshold of a "high-intensity civil war"...

Q: I just ask you who will benefit if a civil war happens in Iraq?

We will be glad to have your ideas and comments.