Hassan Nasrallah New Song

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  • Muki

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    #5
    The dogs bark and the caravan moves onwards and upwards ;) dont expect any less from morally, religiously and politically bankcrupt khawan.
    It's better than 7asson 7asson 7assouna swaree5ak 5awza2ouna. More descriptive, eh?

    Doesn't beat yalla ya Nasrallah though.
     

    Rachel Corrie

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    #7
    If this is mockery, we understand. But what does wishful thinking got to do with it? These Arab losers will wait till forever for Assad to fall. And he will remain.

    And these Arab losers are fighting themselves today because several Arab countries including Lebanon and Saudi Arabia voted in favor of the north america bid to host the 2026 world cup instead of voting for Morocco, an Arab country.
     

    HannaTheCrusader

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    there is some truth to it , the song

    what we have seen since 2010 that a lot of zee3ran are in that party and even more zee3ran in their supporters

    anno seems the lines are blurring between heseb and salafis.
     
    #10
    If this is mockery, we understand. But what does wishful thinking got to do with it? These Arab losers will wait till forever for Assad to fall. And he will remain.

    And these Arab losers are fighting themselves today because several Arab countries including Lebanon and Saudi Arabia voted in favor of the north america bid to host the 2026 world cup instead of voting for Morocco, an Arab country.
    Srsly Morocco? I would rather it be held im 7ay el seloum than fucking Morocco.
     

    Mighty Goat

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    #12
    يعني هوي ضد حسن أما ضد أبناء المتعة المجوس يعني الشيعة و الأيرانيين و المتوالة
    حاطط طربوش تركي و مفكر حالة أبن تيمية
    أنا شايفة الغنية مش ضد "حسن" هيي ضد العرق الغير سني و عربي أو ولاءه للعرب وهم المتاولة و الشيعة و والإيرانيين و اللذي يمثله السيد حسن نصرالله و أيران في لبنان و سوريا و هدفه أن يعطي الأعراب و الأتراك صفة الشرعية بالحكم و الدين و العرق
     

    manifesto

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    #13
    there is some truth to it , the song

    what we have seen since 2010 that a lot of zee3ran are in that party and even more zee3ran in their supporters

    anno seems the lines are blurring between heseb and salafis.
    It's amazing how some FPMers change their convictions like they change their socks. Hanna would put Jumblat to shame.
     

    Muki

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    يعني هوي ضد حسن أما ضد أبناء المتعة المجوس يعني الشيعة و الأيرانيين و المتوالة
    حاطط طربوش تركي و مفكر حالة أبن تيمية
    أنا شايفة الغنية مش ضد "حسن" هيي ضد العرق الغير سني و عربي أو ولاءه للعرب وهم المتاولة و الشيعة و والإيرانيين و اللذي يمثله السيد حسن نصرالله و أيران في لبنان و سوريا و هدفه أن يعطي الأعراب و الأتراك صفة الشرعية بالحكم و الدين و العرق
    The song is clearly political, and clearly anti-Iran and their proxies, which have destroyed Yemen and Syria, and soon will destroy Lebanon (I'm sure you know it is a matter of time).
    Why are you reading more into it?
     

    Mighty Goat

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    The song is clearly political, and clearly anti-Iran and their proxies, which have destroyed Yemen and Syria, and soon will destroy Lebanon (I'm sure you know it is a matter of time).
    Why are you reading more into it?
    I do not think the song is political. The core of the song is racist. The song is certainly speaking of the old animosity the foundation of which is race, and its establishment was the unity of Arab and their Turkish terrorist imperial states controlling and annihilating non Arab converts into Islam from Syria and Iraq, who also were allies of Zidia in Yemen and adopted sects that are at odds with the sect of the imperial Arab and Ottoman orders over Iraq and Syria.

    What is missing in here is the Sultan and the Caliph but they seem to have maintained the Turkish Tarboush to remind us of their historical identity which is nothing but the identity of terror.
     

    Muki

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    I do not think the song is political. The core of the song is racist. The song is certainly speaking of the old animosity the foundation of which is race, and its establishment was the unity of Arab and their Turkish terrorist imperial states controlling and annihilating non Arab converts into Islam from Syria and Iraq, who also were allies of Zidia in Yemen and adopted sects that are at odds with the sect of the imperial Arab and Ottoman orders over Iraq and Syria.

    What is missing in here is the Sultan and the Caliph but they seem to have maintained the Turkish Tarboush to remind us of their historical identity which is nothing but the identity of terror.
    You don't think the song is political?
    The entire motivation of the song is interference of Iran and its proxies on behalf of Assad.

    Btw, Lebanon's folkloric clothes also retained the Turkish tarboush...
     

    Mighty Goat

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    You don't think the song is political?
    The entire motivation of the song is interference of Iran and its proxies on behalf of Assad.

    Btw, Lebanon's folkloric clothes also retained the Turkish tarboush...
    I am certain my great grandfather and my grandfather did not wear a Turkish tarboush. They did have a different type of headgear and that was not a Tarboush. They are Lebanese.

    The headgear certainly distinguished those who are Sunni and allies with the Ottomans and Turks from those who were local and had their own costume before the Tarboush arrived to Lebanon and Syria after the Mamluks Ayoubids and Ottomans Turk took over from Fatimide Syria.

    Only Turkish dogs from the people who inhabited the land wore Tarboush. This type of local dogs still exist in Lebanon. We see it today in the costumes of the Iranian dogs. This is an association similar in context to this one we witness today with Iran making all Metwalies in Lebanon wear a 3abaya in recognition of their loyalty meaning being the dogs and sheep of Iran. The 3abaya and the Tarboush have a similar significance since they are the costumes of the imperial state that is aiming to enforce its identity and its culture on the people so that it can control and occupy their state.
     

    Mighty Goat

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    Here is an interesting article on meaning of headgear to the Ottomans. https://cupola.gettysburg.edu/cgi/v...ir=1&article=1182&context=student_scholarship

    The author states that " (t)he omnipresence of headgear extended to the Ottoman court, where the Sultans are recorded to have kept small armies of clothiers in their imperial palace, including the kulahduzan, who made a range of hats that “were so important in signaling rank and status.”

    Hats had meaning and they did signify sect ethnicity and loyalty to the Sultan.

    "Drastic change, however, came in the early nineteenth century. Amidst a flurry of reforms aimed at modernizing the Ottoman empire, Sultan Mahmoud II enacted a law which forbade the wearing of traditional Ottoman dress among all state servants, and required they wear more western dress. This new “uniform” consisted of pants, a long frock coat, and the fez as a hat.32 According to The Cambridge History of Turkey, this reform was instituted in an attempt to curb some of the politicking that took place in the Ottoman court.33 The reasoning may have been it would be harder for courtiers and administrators to have petty struggles with their peers if they had no way of telling who possessed a higher rank or who came from a different class aside from word of mouth or reputation. Many members of the middle and lower classes soon adopted the look themselves, embracing the chance to avoid the discrimination that could take place when a person’s religion or ethnicity could be determined by their clothing.34 This has been the most well-documented portion of the history of Ottoman hats, for it represented the end of a popular era. Now citizens could seamlessly blend in with each other, be they Turk or Jew, administrator or servant. The fez’s use became ubiquitous in the army as well, as evidenced by sketches drawn by visiting French diplomats of Ottoman foot-soldiers, all of whom sport the small, round hat.35 The effort to modernize effectively ended the need to produce the range of Ottoman headwear that was previously used." pp 15-16

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    A picture of a fez. After becoming the standard hat of Ottoman officials in 1829, its popularity spread to the middle classes due to the benefits derived from wearing it. http:// www.photo-dictionary.com/ photofiles/list/ 7937/10715Fez_hat.jpg
     

    Mighty Goat

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    This is a picture of my great grandfather. He wore a Samaritan hat, which you can see is still being worn by Samaritans in Israel until today check photo on this site. Calendar: How the Samaritan and Jewish Masoretic Calendars Differ

    It is very probable that they changed hat to Tarboush at a latter point or these that wore the Tarboush were also government officials since it was mandatory. But it seems everyone from a Samaritan origin did distinguished their ethnicity with the hat they were wearing. I am certain this also applied to Jews.

    My great grandfather must have lived throughout mid nineteenth century and early twentieth. This is taking my grandfather was born in 1896

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