Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 8 years ago

Are Sunni and Shia Muslim extremists united in their quest to conquer non-Muslim cultures?

2/28/12 Daily Telegraph, UK: “Afghans halt convoy of boys 'headed for suicide training camps'”

Afghan police said they rescued a convoy of 41 children, some aged as young as six, from being smuggled over the border to Pakistan and trained as suicide bombers.

Afghans are Sunni, Pakistanis are Shia.

Do a Google search on “civil wars in the world.” Research each individual civil war and you will find one common combatant in 90% of them: Muslims. Muslims are involved in civil wars in China, Russia, Bosnia, Cyprus, Macedonia, Israel, Pakistan, India, Indonesia-Ambon & Halmarhera, Côte d'Ivoire, Kashmir, Kosovo, Kurdistan, Kirghizia, Nigeria, Philippines, Somalia, Turkey, Chechnya, Sudan, Yemen, Thailand, Uganda, Azerbaijan and East Timor. Muslims fight against Zoroastrians, Copts, Hindus, Jews, Christians, animists, communists, Buddhists, Sikhs – against all non-Muslim nations and cultures.

Where do those civil wars lead? Muslim dominance:

-8/09 Bosnia Muslim leader Mustafa Ceric declared Christian Serbian Muslim-majority territory boarding Montenegro as Muslim homelands. The same Muslims we saved from ethnic cleansing by bombing Christian Serbs in the 90's are now claiming more Serbian land.

-8/23/09 BBC Thailand: In a pre-dawn raid Muslims killed two Thai policemen today and fled in trucks. Muslims shoot, behead and blow up local Buddhists to force them to flee Southern Thailand in order to establish a separate Islamic state.

-3/13/10 AsiaNews Cairo: The toll from an attack on the Coptic Christian community that took place yesterday in the north-western province of Mersa Matrouh, Egypt is 25 wounded, including women and children. A crowd of around 3 thousand Muslims attacked the faithful gathered in prayer in a building adjoining the local church. The fundamentalists fury, encouraged by the imam, was sparked by the rumour that the Christians have begun to build a new place of worship.

-8/20/10 AsiaNews, Kashmir: Extremist Muslims are demanding Sikhs convert or leave.

-8/23/10 Reuters: Since 2004 Muslim extremists have killed 4,000 Buddhists in southern Thailand, which they are claiming as Muslim homelands.

-1/25/10 Netherlands, The mayor is getting police protection, shop-keepers don't dare open up for late shopping nights and residents get stones through their windows or threats. Zaltbommel, with 12,000 residents, is sick and tired of harassment by [Musim] Moroccan youth, reports AD today.

-10/4/11 AFP news, Philippines: “The government had previously warned that Umbrakato posed a serious threat to efforts aimed at ending a Muslim insurgency that has left an estimated 150,000 people dead over more than four decades.”

-1/3/12 Reuters, China: “[Muslim] Uighurs in Xinjiang rioted against Han Chinese residents in 2009 and at least 197 people were killed, according to official estimates.”

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    unless wahhabis the others are united

    Wahabis/Salafists are the ones who comprise Al-Qaeda members, found mostly around Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Afghanistan and elsewhere. they are pretty much, the Muslim version of the Evangelical church; only, if they're not kept under control, they can get dangerous. Salafists are the ones who are sniper-shooting Syrians and doing suicide-bombings around Syria and Iraq.

    please look at this short beautiful story of:

    Ibn Saud, Wahhabis, and Oil, to 1945

    Wahhabism and the Saud Family; oil and geologists from the United States

    please distinguish between sunni Muslims and extremist Wahhabi (Salafi).

    Salaf literally means "past people"[=Sahaba] and Salafi means who follows Sahaba of prophet. but today Salafi is same as Wahhabi. but they do not like to be called Wahhabi. they prefer to be called Salafi. Wahhabism is founded by Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab based on beliefs of Ibn Taymiyyah in Saudi Arabia. today Wahhabism is based in Saudi Arabia and is propagating beliefs of Wahhabism in world very powerful and with high financial support by petrodollars from Saudi Royal family.

    Wahhabi is in fact supported by US, Israel and England to make conflict inside Muslims and finally to destroy Islam.

    Ashura day keep the message of Imam Hussein (sa) alive to reach all humans.

    Husain (sa) wanted to send his message with his blood to all the world and to all the humans.

    the message of Hussain is:

    there is two different Kind of Islam.

    the pure Islam of prophet and Islam of Yazid (Ummayids) who celebrated killing of Husain (sa) the Imam and real Caliph of their time.

    Husain (sa) said:

    with Yazid, Salam [bye] to Islam.

    please read:

    Quran says:

    "[en.sahih] Have you made the providing of water for the pilgrim and the maintenance of al-Masjid al-Haram equal to [the deeds of] one who believes in Allah and the Last Day and strives in the cause of Allah? They are not equal in the sight of Allah. And Allah does not guide the wrongdoing people. [9:19]"

    please read this books to know Wahhabism more:

    Wahhabism is the continue of deviated version of Islam made by Yazid and Umayyad dynasty to can control ignorant Muslims for their worldly greeds.

    top Umayyad leaders (abu sufyan,..) did not have any belief in God and Quran and revelation.

    without Wahhabism shia and sunni have no problem and are friends.

    Source(s): please reconsider and also please 100% consider Shia Islam in your research. please please please: ask beliefs of shia only and only form shia. not from Saudi Wahhabis. best English sites for shia Islam:,ques.ques western truth seekers studying shia Islam in Qum, Iran:
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  • 8 years ago

    Gee, that's strange...the roughly 2.2 billion Muslims in the world have been asking this very same question about the theocratic-coup minded far-right-wing religious-extremist Republicans who took control of the GOP during Reagan days---you know, the multi-named fundamentalist CULT that seized control of Republicans in the 1980s (Heritage Foundation, The Family, Youth With A Mission, C Street, The Federation---different names; same CULT and host of the infamous National Prayer Breakfast each year).

    Muslims tend to be reactive. They do not deliberately manipulate an ILLEGAL war such as was done by the Bush/Cheney administration, but Muslims do indeed respond in reciprocal violence when such an ILLEGAL invasion of a sleeping Iraq does occur, especially when Iraq had nothing whatsoever to do with 9/11 and has never once attacked the United States. And speaking of the Saudi-initiated 9/11 attacks, Osama bin Laden REACTED to violations of Sharia law by the Reagan/Bush and then Bush/Quayle administrations and plotted his revenge. There was no "quest to conquer" in these 9/11 attacks on U.S. soil, but there was a deep-rooted (even fanatical) desire to PUNISH the U.S. for real or imagined wrongs done to the Muslim world.

    Right-wing Republicans and their even farther-nutjob-right-wing cohorts teabagging evangelical extremists are the ones with a hidden agenda for a THEOCRATIC COUP from inside the political system (read Goldberg, 2006 and Sharlet, 2008).

    Source(s): Goldberg, Michelle (2006), "Kingdom Coming: The Rise of 'Christian' Nationalism." Sharlet, Jeff (2008), "The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power." [Jeff went undercover inside the multi-named CULT in Washington D.C.]
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  • Muslim violence against non-Muslims has been growing steadily since the 1980's, about the time the Ayatollah Khomeini took over Iran. Lebanon's population used to be about half Christian, but most have been driven out by now. Palestinians were also once largely (non violent) Christians, but their numbers have dropped due to it no longer being safe for them.

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  • 8 years ago

    ???? Get things backwards much?

    Muslims aren't invading other countries, the west is.

    Uighurs are fighting for the rights that have been denied them in their own place (China took over the area, and oppresses them).

    Uh, and those aren't all the same individuals in all those places; they are different groups of people (most of them fighting to be free of oppression by non-Muslims, or by a different group of Muslims).

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  • 8 years ago

    They attack each other far more than the attack Non-Muslims. There's not a day that goes by that one group doesn't bomb the other.

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  • 4 years ago

    "How do you elaborate 3:64 verse? Can this help us to reunite?" Yes, Sister. Insya Allah we may unite again. We can rejoin Shia and Sunni Muslims through mutual consultation with respect and harmony. "Those who hearken to their Lord, and establish regular Prayer; who (conduct) their affairs by MUTUAL CONSULTATION; who spend out of what We bestow on them for Sustenance;" (Quran 42:38) "It is part of the Mercy of God that thou dost DEAL GENTLY WITH THEM. Wert thou severe or harsh-hearted, they would have broken away from about thee: SO PASS OVER (Their faults), and ASK FOR (God's) FORGIVENESS FOR THEM; and CONSULT THEM IN AFFAIRS (of moment). Then, when thou hast Taken a decision put thy trust in God. For God loves those who put their trust (in Him)." (Quran 3:159)

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    In a word, yes

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  • 8 years ago

    If they have anything they can unite on it's kill the ''evil Western infidel'' they do so love to shout that at every chance.

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    no. they each think they're the true Muslims so in their minds tho other side are non Muslims as well.

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    8 years ago


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