Labelling them as apostates or infidels is a favoured means…..
The eternal sunni vs. shiite feud brought to our doorsteps by feckless politicians.
Iraqi men residing in Hyvinkää Tervamäki reception center claim that Sunni Muslims are being treated unfairly at the reception center. The reason for this is, for example, and interpreter serving at the center is a Shia Muslim.
According to the Sunni muslim men, the reception center maintained by Luona Inc. has interpreters on its staff that should be removed. The iraqi men also claim that there are Shiites living at Tervämäki (asylum center) as asylum seekers who worked in the Iraqi government military, among other things, as a sniper, tells Aamupostin uutinen.
According to the story the Sunnis suffer discrimination in the provision of services and the distribution of supplies.
Communications CEO Milja Saxony for Luona reception centers acknowledges that disputes between Shiite and Sunni have occurred and have tried to solve them, but he said he didn’t know what the disputes were about.
More ramping up of violence between the caretakers of Sushi Islam.
Saudi jets ‘bomb Iranian embassy in Yemen’ as tensions mount following Riyadh’s execution of prominent Shiite cleric
Saudi jets have ‘deliberately’ hit the Iranian embassy in Yemen in an air raid that wounded staff, Tehran has claimed today. Pictured: bomb damage in the capital Sanaa on December 30
- Warplanes struck embassy during air raid on Wednesday, Iran has claimed
- Tehran’s foreign ministry spokesman described it as a ‘deliberate action’
- The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen is to launch an investigation
- Comes as car bomb kills 65 at police training centre in Libyan town, Zliten
- See full news coverage on Saudi Arabia and tensions with Iran
Saudi jets have ‘deliberately’ bombed the Iranian embassy in Yemen in an air raid that wounded staff, Tehran has claimed today.
Warplanes struck the building as they pounded Yemen’s capital Sanaa on Wednesday night, Iran claimed, as tensions with Saudi Arabia continued to mount.
Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman described the strike as a ‘deliberate action’ and a ‘violation of all international conventions that protect diplomatic missions’.
Hossein Jaber Ansari said: ‘The Saudi government is responsible for the damage caused and for the situation of members of staff who were injured.’
The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen will investigate the accusation, according to the group’sn spokesman Brigadier General Ahmed Asseri said.
Coalition jets carried out heavy strikes in Sanaa on Wednesday night to target missile launchers used by the Houthi militia to fire at Saudi Arabia, he said, adding that the group has used civilian facilities including abandoned embassies.
Islamonazis vs. Islamonazis……
Iraqi Sunni mosques attacked in apparent retaliation for Saudi execution
At least two Sunni Muslim mosques have been attacked in Iraq and two people killed in apparent retaliation for the execution of a senior Shi’ite cleric in Sunni-ruled Saudi Arabia, officials and police said on Monday.
The Interior Ministry in Baghdad confirmed the attacks late Sunday in Hilla, around 100 km (60 miles) south of Baghdad, which Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi blamed on “Daesh (Islamic State) and those who are similar to them”.
He ordered provincial authorities “to chase the criminal gangs” who attacked the mosques.
Iraq has faced sectarian bloodletting for years, mainly between minority Sunnis and a Shi’ite majority empowered after the U.S.-led invasion in 2003. The battle against Sunni Islamic State militants who control large swathes of the north and west has only exacerbated those tensions.
Pass the popcorn…….!
Saudi Arabia Cuts Ties with Iran, Gives 48 Hours for Iranian Diplomats to Leave Kingdom
The two mighty Middle Eastern Muslim powers are now officially and publicly at each other’s throats, and their minor minions are lining up alongside the major powers, as the sunni Muslim Kingdom of Saudi Arabia cut diplomatic ties with the Shiite Islamic Republic of Iran on Sunday, Jan. 3.
The final straw, at least for the Saudis, was the storming of the KSA’s Embassy in Tehran and its Consulate in Mashhad by Iranian protesters on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. Those protests, in turn, were at least ostensibly motivated by the execution of a popular Shiite Muslim Cleric, Nimr al-Nimr, by Saudi Arabia on Saturday.
The cleric had led protests against unequal treatment of Shias in an eastern part of the KSA, where the majority of Saudi Shiites are concentrated.
The Kingdom recalled its diplomats on Sunday, all of whom arrived in Dubai later that day, according to the Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Jubeir. The Saudi Foreign Minister gave Iranian diplomats 48 hours to leave Saudi Arabia.
The great Sushi shake up
Sunnis vs. Shiites……
Shhhhhh and pass the popcorn…….
EXECUTED SAUDI SHIITE CLERIC AL-NIMR BACKED TERROR ATTACKS ON AMERICA
The Saudi justice system is cruel and barbaric. But occasionally they get one right
The Saudi justice system is cruel and barbaric. But occasionally they get one right.
The media is scuttling to turn Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, a Shiite leader so great they named him twice, into a martyr after the Saudis put him down on terror charges. But Nimr al-Nimr was a terror leader. There are no shortage of quotes from him endorsing terrorism, backing Iran and calling for Iranian intervention in Saudi Arabia.
And yes, he hated America too.
Sheikh al-Nimr also made various anti-American references, claiming that America “wants to humiliate the world.” In the case of America striking Iran, al-Nimr stated that “Iran has the right to close the Straits of Hormuz, to destroy the Zionist enemy, and to strike at American bases and American interests anywhere.”
Nimr was an agent of Iran. We, these days, have no ability to execute traitors. The Saudis do.
Saudi Arabia is full of Sunnis who say most of the same thing. Nimr got it because he was a Shiite and backed Iran. We don’t actually have a dog in this fight, but we can say good riddance to another enemy. The media has tried to turn Nimr and his relative Ali Mohammed al-Nimr into martyrs. But let’s remember how their Iranian bosses treated protesters during the Green Revolution.
Sunni vs. Shiite feud continues (indefinitely)
Iranian cleric predicts fall of Saudi government over Shi’ite cleric’s execution
Dubai- A prominent cleric with close links to Iran’s ruling establishment denounced the execution on Saturday of a Saudi Shi’ite cleric and predicted the repercussions would bring down the Saudi ruling family.
“I have no doubt that this pure blood will stain the collar of the House of Saud and wipe them from the pages of history,” Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami, a member of the Assembly of Experts and a Friday prayer leader, was quoted as saying by the Mehr news agency.
“The crime of executing Sheikh Nimr is part of a criminal pattern by this treacherous family … the Islamic world is expected to cry out and denounce this infamous regime as much as it can,” he added.
NOTE: Grab some popcorn and a favorite beverage.
The Shiites who have a long bloody history with the Sunnis know all is not what it appears to be.
The rest of us on the outside do not trust either of them, and most would wish the whole subject would be quashed entirely. The Saudis are finding this and all parties concerned, inside and outside know for a fact that they’ll have strings attached, and from our point of view, it matters little which side is pushing an Islamic agenda, western society suffers as a result.
NOTE: It’s been said that: “The more Islam you have, the less freedom you have”. That truism is factual long before it was first uttered. Anas Hajjar is a lying piece of you know what.
The mosque is open to all
Helsingin sanomat newspaper
We are ready to cooperate with all Islamic communities and Resalat (TT:Shiite) is no exception to this rule.
We have clearly shown to all that this is to be a Sunni Mosque, which is open to everyone. The religious policy of the Central Mosque will be a moderate Islamic one. The aim is to promote peace and dialogue
The entirety will be administered by a Finnish foundation. The administration will also have non-Muslims.
Donors are motivated by charity which according to Islam is historical. Funding sources are going to continue to communicate openly, and we are ready to take the funding received from all who do not set the terms of issue of money.
Finnish Islamic Council (Sine)
Multifunctional Centre and Mosque project
NOTE II: Rest assured that if this monstrosity is allowed to be built, it will be a fully Saudi Islamic supremacist run operation, and anyone not in line with their project will get the boot. It’s nothing more than a big dawa project to convert Finns to Islam and push Saudi agendas.
What the hell?
Thanks to our great batch of politicians, we now have shiites marching through our streets of the once modern, liberal city of Helsinki. Great going SDP, Kokoomus, Center Party and the rest of the alphabet soup of loser political parties. This is what consensus politics gets you.
NOTE: The imam wears a white turban, signifying he doesn’t claim to be related to mohamed. This is the kind of information ( which I couldn’t care less about in my daily life) we’ve come to acquire because of being forced to rub up against these 7th century throwbacks.
H/T: Vasara Hammer
The arrest of a Palestinian opened fire on Ashouraiah march in Copenhagen – Denmark
This would appear to be video of the arrest of the Sunni Palestinian who shot at a Shiia ashura march in Copenhagen yesterday. Iranian PRESS News has reported extensively on what they call, ‘Takfiri threats’ meaning Sunnis who accuse Shiia of apostasy
They’re all islamonazis any which way you splice and dice them.
H/T: Vasara Hammer
Isis vs Shia militia in Iraq: Atrocity rivalry sees brutal videos of torture spread online
By Tom Porter
Hundreds of pictures and videos of prisoners being beheaded, burnt alive and tortured are being widely distributed online by Iraqi Shia militias to intimidate opponents and drum up support, said a leading US security analyst.
A video appearing to show members of a Shia militia in Iraq hanging a man upside down and burning him alive attracted hundreds of thousands of views this weekend when it appeared on social media.
Philip Smyth of the Washington Institute said evidence pointed to the authenticity of the film, and that it was one of hundreds of videos distributed by the militias, rivalling footage distributed by Islamic State (Isis) for its brutality. IBTimes UK cannot independently establish the veracity of the video.
A video distributed earlier this year allegedly showed militia members roasting a man alive over an open pit, said Smyth. Another, which emerged in March, showed militia members shooting dead a child accused of being a supporter of IS, while photographs allegedly showed a Sunni civilian being beheaded.
“There are tons that have not even hit the mainstream,” said Smyth. “There are videos that go up, there are photos that go up on official [Shia militia] Facebook pages of really nasty stuff.
NOTE: Once again Rabbi Bar-Hayim explains the Muslim dynamic, it’s not crisis, it’s just islam.
This mirrors the mega mosque brouhaha in Finland, the Shiites are very sceptical of the Sunnis’ plans.
SHIITE IMAM CALLS FOR POLICE PROTECTION AMID RISE OF MUSLIM SECTARIAN VIOLENCE IN UK
Sunni vs Shiite sectarian violence has long been a defining factor of Middle Eastern conflict; as ISIS has taken hold thorough the region that conflict has waxed rather than waned. But warnings of violence between the groups have now been issued in the UK, as immigrants from the region bring their ideological baggage with them.
Back in the Middle East, July saw IS fighters in Yemen bombing two Shiite mosques, killing hundreds in an attempt to drive out Shiite groups and take over the country. And in Tikrit, Iraq, 1,700 Shiite army cadets were slaughtered by IS in a gross act of sectarian violence. Jihadists filmed the massacre, turning to the camera to say: “This is a message I address to the whole world and especially to the Rafidha dogs, I tell them we are coming.”
That message has hit home in London, where Sunni / Shiite violence has long been brewing. Sayed Ammar Nakshwani, a leading Shiite cleric has already left the UK for the United States following a protracted campaign of threats against his family by Sunni militants, The Times has reported.
It began in 2009 with his car being smashed up and the word “rafidi” daubed on it – a common Sunni insult against Shiite Muslims which refers to their rejection of Mohammed’s companions.
Sunni vs. Shiite
IS claims bomb attack which killed 76 in Baghdad
At least 76 people were killed and 212 wounded today in a blast claimed by Islamic State in Baghdad’s Sadr City, police and medical sources said, one of the biggest attacks on the capital since Haider al-Abadi became prime minister a year ago.
“A refrigerator truck packed with explosives blew up inside Jamila market at around 6 a.m. (0300 GMT),” police officer Muhsin al-Saedi said. “Many people were killed and body parts were thrown on top of nearby buildings.”
A statement circulated online by supporters of Islamic State said the blast had targeted what it called a stronghold of the “charlatan army” and Shi’ite Muslim militias.
The market in the Shi’ite neighborhood is one of the biggest in Baghdad selling wholesale food items. A Reuters witness at the site saw fruit and vegetables mixed with shrapnel littering the blood-soaked blast crater.
Any kind of mosque (beachhead) building in the West is troublesome to say the least.
- Iltalehti: Helsinki Grand Mosque financial controversy has led to individual fits of rage between Sunnis and Shias, tells the newspaper Helsingin Sanomat.
“We have reports of isolated cases, Sunnis have responded aggressively against Shiites. Because attackers deem Shiites as infidels ” Heinonen says.
- HS:Several Shiite Muslims interviewed by the HS tell of escalated tensions that have already led to violent incidents in the metropolitan area.
“Finland already has mosques that are home to radical ideologies, and radical elements are funded by these same countries. How can the government monitor this grand mosque, to prevent radicalism?” he asks.
Helsingin Sanomat runs a piece on the grand mosque planned for Helsinki, reminding readers that the project is in its infancy and hasn’t even found a place for the structure to be built yet. Still, Muslim leaders in Finland are calling the mosque plans “mysterious” and secretive, fearing added tension between Shia and Sunni Muslims could ignite over issues such as the religious building’s funding.
“A mosque funded byan Arab country does not represent all Muslims. The Islam represented by a mosque like this is always to the tune of those who paid for it,” says Welat Nehri of the Finnish Kurds’ association in the Helsingin Sanomat piece. The main moneyman for the project is the royal seat of Bahrain, and especially Shia Muslims are worried about the country’s political ties to Saudi Arabia and to Salafism or radical Islam.
“This isn’t even about tension between Shia and Sunni, but about a power play by Salafists to convince Sunni Muslims to join their cause,” says Madjid Bahmanpour, cultural secretary for a Helsinki Shia association.
HS writes that another problem lies in the fact that the entire mosque proposal is being prepared seemingly in secret, by only a few organisers and without the knowledge of central Muslim organisations. The secrecy points to radicalism, Nehri says.
“Finland already has mosques that are home to radical ideologies, and radical elements are funded by these same countries. How can the government monitor this grand mosque, to prevent radicalism?” he asks.
What is a Mosque? An Interview with Sam Solomon
Every single mosque in the world, by definition, is modeled on the mosque of Muhammad in Medina in accordance with the Sunnah. The Sunnah interprets the Qur’an by reporting exhaustively on everything that Muhammad said, did, or consented to. Therefore, his Medina mosque, the first mosque, was a place where he gave judgments, where he decided who would be executed, where he instituted policy—domestic and military— where Jihad war strategies were designed. Consequently, it was a storage place for arms, a military training base, and was where troops were blessed and dispatched. Literally they were sent to conquer – first the whole of Arabia, and then the rest of the known world.
Therefore if the present-day mosque is modeled as per the Sunnah of Muhammad then there should be very serious concern. As is well-known, Muslims are required to follow the example (Sunnah) of Muhammad—and according to Sura 33:36 it is not an option or a matter of opinion: “It is not for a believer, man or woman, when Allâh and His Messenger have decreed a matter that they should have any option in their decision. And whoever disobeys Allâh and His Messenger, he has indeed strayed in a plain error.” This explains and establishes beyond doubt why arms have been found in mosques in various countries, and in different capital cities.
In addition to the undisputed significance of the Medina mosque as the role model for all Mosques, there is also the Islamic policy of establishing strategic Mosques as beachheads with interconnected networks. Taken together, these two policies do constitute a clear and present danger—and a need for concern.
For example, when Abu Hamza was the Imam of the Finsbury Park mosque in the United Kingdom, he trained people, he sent out terrorists and British authorities found arms stored there. He was well within his Islamic mandate as these activities were sanctioned by Islam. He didn’t find it wrong because it is in the Islamic manuals. Another prime example of a mosque being found to have engaged in high-level political, military and intelligence activities is the Munich Mosque, which is now considered by Islamists to be on a par with some of highest-ranked Mosques in Muslim countries.
Yemen: Houthi attended Mosque hit despite calls for Ramadan truce *GRAPHIC*
At least two people were killed when a car bomb exploded in front of the Quabat al-Mahdi mosque in Sanaa, Saturday. Houthi militants who often attend the mosque were believed to be the targets of the attack.
Nothing said of traditional Saudi discriminatory measures against the Shiites within desert kingdumb.
Saudi king vows to punish those behind ISIS-claimed mosque attack
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia – Saudi Arabia’s king on Sunday vowed to punish those responsible for a rare suicide bombing that killed 21 people at a Shiite mosque in the country’s east, calling it a “heinous terrorist attack” that runs against Islamic and human values.
King Salman made the pledge hours after the Interior Ministry confirmed that Friday’s attack in the village of al-Qudeeh in the eastern Qatif region was the work of an Islamic State militant, backing up an earlier claim of responsibility by the group.
“Every participant, planner, supporter, collaborator or sympathizer with this heinous crime will be held accountable, tried and punished,” King Salman said in a message addressed to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, who is deputy premier and minister of interior. “Our efforts will never stop … fighting the deviant thought, confronting the terrorists and wiping out their hotbeds.”
Well, they’ve always been divided.
However, since the biggest fighting between the groups have broken out in the Middle East, mutual ceasefire terms between them in Europe and in the West (in helping each other to fool the infidel in conquering them) have become frayed.
H/T: Nicolai Sennels
10NEWS / What could go wrong…? Armed criminal gangs in Denmark dividing in Sunni and Shia…
I was ridiculed when I some years ago in my book “Among Criminal Muslims. A Psychologist’s Experiences from Copenhagen Municipality.” claimed that many criminal Muslims are religious. More about me and my research here. Naser Khader, who was a MP when my book was published, review the book with the words “Read this book, minister for integration.” Naser Khader, himself an ex-Muslim and author of books and articles on Muslim culture and religion, is well-connected in the Muslim community.
More about the Samsam-case mentioned below: Denmark: Police attacked at funeral of Islamic State fighter
More about the Muslim ghetto Nørrebro below:
• Denmark: Hundreds of gender-segregated Muslims demonstrate: “Who gives victory? Allah!” “Who takes lives? Allah!”
• Denmark: Christians flee Muslim-dominated areas, “They tell me I ought to be stoned to death”
• Denmark: Muslim youths screaming “Allahu akbar” say they’re “brothers” to jihad murderer
Translated article by Naser Khader from BT:
From my sources in the Muslim community, I hear that the conflict is becoming apparent among Danish Muslims on several levels. A teacher told me, for example, that Muslim children in schools ask each other whether they are Shia or Sunni Muslims. If they do not belong to the same branch of Islam, they will not play together.
Although it belongs to a mere bagatelle, I believe that it is thought provoking. I have also heard that some Shia Muslims will not buy in the Sunni shops – and vice versa. But the most worrying aspect is that gangs at Nørrebro in Copenhagen is also splitting into Shia and Sunni.
More Sunni vs. Shiite mayhem and murder promised.
Islamic State group radio claims Saudi mosque suicide attack; promise more ‘black days’ for Shiites
CAIRO – The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing at a Shiite mosque in Saudi Arabia, warning that more “black days” loom ahead in a direct challenge to the rulers of the Sunni kingdom.
Friday’s attack was the kingdom’s deadliest militant assault since a 2004 Al Qaeda attack on foreign worker compounds, which sparked a massive Saudi security force crackdown.
However, this Islamic State attack in the village of al-Qudeeh in the eastern Qatif region targeted Shiites, whom ultraconservatives in Saudi Arabia regularly denounce as heretics.
The statement on the Islamic State group’s al-Bayan radio station, read aloud Friday night and posted Saturday morning to militant websites associated with the extremists, identified the suicide bomber as a Saudi citizen with the nom de guerre Abu Amer al-Najdi. The station also identified the attack as being carried out by a new Islamic State branch in “Najd Province,” referring to the historic region of the central Arabian Peninsula home to the Saudi capital, Riyadh.
Sunni vs. Shiite fued continues.
Fighting Resumes in Yemen as Humanitarian Cease-Fire Ends
Saudi-led coalition warplanes hit southern port and northern stronghold of Iranian-backed Houthi rebels
Saudi-led coalition airstrikes resumed on rebel positions across Yemen Monday as fighting intensified hours after a five-day humanitarian cease-fire expired to enable the delivery of desperately needed aid.
Airstrikes hit rebel positions early Monday in the southern seaport of Aden and the northern city of Saada, a stronghold of the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels near Yemen’s border with Saudi Arabia, residents said.
Civilians in both Saada and Aden complained that basic foodstuffs, medical supplies and other desperately-needed aid had not reached them during the pause in fighting. Residents worried that the renewal of fighting would further impede relief efforts.
“There is still no fuel available and an extreme shortage of food,” said Ghassan Salah, a civilian living in Aden. “Some families have received [aid], some haven’t. Government officials who are supposed to distribute it free sometimes sell it. Nothing has improved.”
Classic example of media cowardice and laziness, garbled headlines are the dead give-away.
Here to the IslamoNazis fighting IslamoNazis, the TT hopes that they are amazingly successful against each other.
Hezbollah leader vows to defeat extremists along Syria-Lebanon border
BEIRUT – The leader of Lebanon’s Shiite Hezbollah group says Sunni extremists have been pushed out of large areas of a mountain range along the Lebanese-Syrian border in fighting over the past week.
In a televised speech Saturday, he said Hezbollah fighters working with Syrian government forces have seized a large swath of the strategic Qalamoun region.
The Iranian-backed Shiite group and Syrian troops are fighting the Islamic State group and the Nusra Front, an al-Qaida affiliate. The mountain range is close to Syria’s capital, Damascus, and links it to the coastal heartland of President Bashar Assad’s Alawite sect, an offshoot of Shiite Islam.
More here. H/T: Fjordman