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Hamza Tzortis now teacing at Medina University
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Hamza Tzortis now teacing at Medina University
I've said it countless times. His organization is in bed with al-Saud. And I finally have hard evidence. Apparently they have entire courses on how to try and brainwash unsuspecting people in Saudi. Who knew they could make an entire course out of outdated Theist clichés?

I guess Saudi still does not want to be part of the modern world if they are employing the likes Islamic Education and Research Academy. They do no research, they don't educate and they are not an academy. The book Nineteen-Eighty-Four tells us to be very worried when things start to mean the opposite of what they actually mean. And iREA is one of those cases, and I am very worried, and especially saddened by the Saudis being tortured to believe this junk.

Revolution is close in Saudi...I know it. They bomb people in the Yemen to distract from issues at home (like the split in the ruling family). The silent majority won't have to put up with the theocracy for much longer I hope.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdlDKeJXJRA

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RE: Hamza Tzortis now teacing at Medina University
(February 10, 2016 at 5:45 pm)MrNoMorePropaganda Wrote: Revolution is close in Saudi...I know it. They bomb people in the Yemen to distract from issues at home (like the split in the ruling family). The silent majority won't have to put up with the theocracy for much longer I hope.

Yeah, but you know, revolution doesn't always bring the most desirable results. Not with a largely uneducated and rural population that can be brought to any cause, given the right incentive.
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RE: Hamza Tzortis now teacing at Medina University
The Sauds (as a ruling family) have two options:

1-To evolve and survive.
2-To fall.

Their lifespan is ending as a royal family. There are new powers in the region, like Iran and Turkey, the U.S and the West had begun to incline more & more towards Turkey & Iran: Saudi Arabia is just slowing everybody down, and causing infinite embarrassments to the U.S and the west.

That's why you'll find Hamza lecturing here; this is a last attempt for the Sauds to change the ideology of the society, people here are not buying wahhabism anymore. They need "more dynamic" Wahhabies -like Hamza- to keep the wheel spinning.
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RE: Hamza Tzortis now teacing at Medina University
(February 11, 2016 at 1:33 pm)AtlasS33 Wrote: There are new powers in the region, like Iran and Turkey, the U.S and the West had begun to incline more & more towards Turkey & Iran: Saudi Arabia is just slowing everybody down, and causing infinite embarrassments to the U.S and the west.

You are aware that Saudi Arabia and Iran butt heads. Not least of all because both try to be leading powers of Shiites and Sunnis. And it's not as if the relation between Shia and Sunni would be free of friction.

As for the West turning away from the Sauds. Takes a lot of imagination to see that. Not as long as they sit on the largest oil deposits in the world. The right in the USA will never accept Iran as a partner. Not as long as the current regime is in power, however moderate it may present itself. If they come to power, especially, if some religious nutter like Cruz became president, all bets are off. He's an evangelical, and everyone presenting the least threat to Israel is his sworn enemy. Not because he loves jews that much, but because they have that weird end times porn of Israel being the final battleground for Armageddon. To come true, the jews must hold all of the biblical holy land, in order for the jews, not converting to Jesus, to die in a mass slaughter.

Turkey. Well, it quickly turns into a dictatorship. And it quickly loses it's traditional secular nature in the wake of Erdogan getting more and more powerfull.
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RE: Hamza Tzortis now teacing at Medina University
I wish any Iranians living in my country would storm the Saudi embassy like they did in Iran. I would feel more safe with the Saudi embassy gone considering al-Saud uses its embassies to distribute propaganda books for use in schools and madrassahs. Iran is pretty bad as a country, but Saudi has a much longer list of evils associated with it.

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