Blaming all because of a few
The biggest victims of the Islamic revolution
were the "akhoonds", because a selected few of them made
the name of ALL of them bad
January 4, 2005
In response to B. Bamdad's, "KhKhKh":
Since when have ALL the "turban-heads",
aka Akhoonds/Mullahs been hurtful to Islam and Muslims? Just
we have a few
khaens in power with the turban
on (whom islamically you can call munafiqhs, because they use Islam for their
own worldly desires) doesn't mean every akhoond/mullah is evil or bad.
the prisons are filled with students of the howza, and the majority of the
grand Ayatollahs (Sane'i, Taheri, Montazeri, etc.) are either under
house arrest or
their assets are frozen. Then their is Grand Ayatollah Sistani whom favors
a strict seperation of politics from religion (but not as strict
as his predecessor,
Grand Ayatollah Khoe'i).
Let us not forget that it was Grand Ayatollah Khoe'i
that supported the Shah over Khomeini during the Revolution. He called the
people to stop revolting and go back to the monarchy rather than
try an Islamic government.
The biggest victims of the Islamic revolution were the "akhoonds",
because a selected few of them made the name of ALL of them bad. The good ones
are constantly beat up or harassed, and the rest dare not even speak in fear
of being beat up or harassed.
So to make fun of these "characters" (ayatoilets as
you called them), is to bring yourself as low as those who are
betraying the cloth. It is equivelant
to blaiming ALL the Jews for the crimes committing by a few in power.
Just because a few thick-headed Jews here or there do something
bad doesn't make
Jewish race responsible. And just because a few Alims (akhoonds/mullahs)
do something bad, doesn't mean they should all be condemned.
And let me note something
If you mock and ridicule ALL the alims (mullah/akhoonds), then
you are only dividing society and setting yourself up for a major
war in the
(of which the weapons and the willingness to die is on the side of
those who believe in God and martyrdom, not the students who
for bread and
a better life).
To bring about a better Iran, you need the support
of the dissident Ulama (Grand Ayatollah Sane'i, Montazeri, Taheri,
etc.) By making fun of them,
you are only creating further wedges between your movements and the
Islam is only the enemy of the diaspora. The majority of people in
Iran still believe
they are Muslim, and they know the satellites lie to them when they
claim the contrary.
The people of Iran aren't stupid. And to
mullahs, is to
mock a HUGE section of society (45% are still conservatively religious,
following the ulama very closely). They might not be in Tehran,
but you need the support
of ALL the
country if you ever want to succeed in anything. Tehran is NOT