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    شرکت های چینی از کلاهخود مراسم تعزیه گرفته تا حلقه های فلزی زنجیر را تولید و عرضه می کنند که قیمت های مناسب و کیفیت های مشابه با انواع تولید داخل آنها سبب شده تا میزان استقبال مردم از این کالاها بیشتر شود. ورود گسترده شرکت های چینی به بازار تولید و عرضه انبوه کالاهای مصرفی خاص مسلمانان در کشور ما سابقه ای کمتر از یک دهه دارد.به گزارش خبرنگار ما تولید، عرضه گسترده و متنوع محصولاتی مانند جانماز، تسبیح، چادر، مقنعه، صلوات شمار و ادوات مربوط به مراسم عزاداری های حسینی با مارک ها و برندهای شرکت های چینی چند سالی است که به بازارهای داخلی ایران نفوذ کرده به طوری که حتی در بازارهای سنتی شهرهای مذهبی کشور نیز کاملاً به چشم می خورد. به گزارش شفاف و به نقل از سرمایه، چینی ها در تولید و عرضه این گونه کالاها در میان سایر کشورهای اسلامی نیز فعالیت گسترده ای دارند به گونه ای که زائران اماکن زیارتی سایر کشورهای اسلامی همچون عراق، سوریه و عربستان در بازگشت به کشور با خود تسبیح و جانماز و نمادهای اسلامی با برچسب شرکت های چینی به سوغات می آورند. شرکت های چینی تا آنجا در تولید کالاهای مورد استفاده مسلمانان پیش رفته اند که حتی آیه الکرسی و متون قرآنی و ادعیه اسلامی را روی سنگ، شیشه، سرامیک و چینی حکاکی کرده و روانه بازارهای اسلامی کرده اند. کالاهای مذهبی چینی در ایران علاوه بر بازار تهران که به عرضه محصولات مصرفی در اماکن مذهبی می پردازد، نگاهی به بازارهای اماکن متبرکه، امامزاده ها و حتی شهرهای مذهبی قم و مشهد نیز از حضور پررنگ کالاهای اسلامی - چینی حکایت دارد. گذری به خیابان ناصرخسرو و نیز شاه عبدالعظیم در شهر ری تهران به عنوان دو مرکز اصلی توزیع محصولات مصرفی در مراسم های مذهبی، هیات ها و مساجد،خود گواه این موضوع است که عمده وسایل مصرفی در این اماکن تولید شرکت های چینی است که با استقبال مردم نیز مواجه شده اند. توفیق بیات یکی از فروشندگان کالاهای مذهبی در تهران در این باره به خبرنگار ما گفت: چند سالی است که میزان عرضه کالاهای مصرفی مذهبی با مارک های چینی افزایش یافته است. این کالاها که در هیات های مذهبی و مساجد استفاده می شود به دلیل تنوع، گستره عرضه و قیمت های مناسب با استقبال مردم روبه رو شده است.




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    A former Afghan prime minister has called for an inquiry after Al Jazeera broadcast footage showing Christian US soldiers appearing to be preparing to try and convert Muslims in Afghanistan.

    Ahmed Shah Ahmedzai said there must be a "serious investigation" after military chaplains stationed in the US air base at Bagram were filmed discussing how to distribute copies of the Bible printed in the country's main Pashto and Dari languages.

    In one recorded sermon, Lieutenant-Colonel Gary Hensley, the chief of the US military chaplains in Afghanistan, tells soldiers that, as followers of Jesus Christ, they all have a responsibility "to be witnesses for him".

    "The special forces guys - they hunt men basically. We do the same things as Christians, we hunt people for Jesus. We do, we hunt them down," he says.

    "Get the hound of heaven after them, so we get them into the kingdom. That's what we do, that's our business."

    Admiral Mike Mullen, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the highest ranking officer in the US military, told Al Jazeera he was not aware of the details of the footage but that the US army was not involved in promoting religion.

    "From the United States' military's perspective, it is not our position to push any specific kind of religion," he said at a Pentagon briefing in Washington on Monday.

    Under the US military code of conduct, armed forces on active duty are prohibited from trying to convert a person's faith.

    Ahmed Shah Ahmedzai told Al Jazeera from Kabul on Monday: "This is a complete deviation from what they [the US military] are supposed to be doing.

    "I don't think even the US constitution would allow what they are doing ... it is completely against all regulations.

    "This is very damaging for diplomatic relations between the two counties ... everyone knows people are very conservative here, very faithful to Islam. They will never accept any other religion.

    "Someone who leaves Islam is sentenced very severely - the death penalty [is imposed].

    "There must be a serious investigation now that it has come out into the public and [into the] press," he said.

    Sayed Aalam Uddin Asser, of the Islamic Front for Peace and Understanding in Kabul, told Al Jazeera: "It's a national security issue ... our constitution says nothing can take place in Afghanistan against Islam.

    "If people come and propaganda other religions which have no followers in Afghanistan [then] it creates problems for the people, for peace, for stability.


    Local language bibles

    The footage, shot about a year ago by Brian Hughes, a documentary maker and former member of the US military who spent several days in Bagram near Kabul, was obtained by Al Jazeera's James Bays, who has covered Afghanistan extensively.

    In other footage captured at Bagram, Sergeant Jon Watt, a soldier set to become a military chaplain, said during a Bible study class: "I also want to praise God because my church collected some money to get bibles for Afghanistan. They came and sent the money out."

    It is not clear that the Bibles were distributed to Afghans, but Hughes said that none of the people he recorded in a series of sermons and Bible study classes appeared to able to speak Pashto or Dari.

    Hughes said: "The only reason they would have these documents there was to distribute them to the Afghan people and I knew it was wrong, and I knew that filming it documenting it would be important."

    Guidelines

    It is not clear if the presence of the bibles and practice of calling on soldiers to be "witnesses" for Jesus continues, but they were filmed a year ago despite regulations by the US military's Central Command that expressly forbid "proselytising of any religion, faith or practice".

    But in another piece of footage, the chaplains appear to understand their actions were in breach of a regulation known as General Order Number One.

    "Do we know what it means to proselytise?" Captain Emmit Furner, a military chaplain, says to the gathering.

    "It is General Order Number One," an unidentified soldier replies.

    But Watt says "you can't proselytise, but you can give gifts".

    The footage also suggests US soldiers gave out bibles in Iraq.

    In an address at Bagram, Watt is recorded as saying: "I bought a carpet and then I gave the guy a Bible after I conducted my business.

    "... the expressions that I got from the people in Iraq [were] just phenomenal, they were hungry for the word."

    Questioned about the footage, Greg Julian, a US colonel in Afghanistan, told Al Jazeera: "Most of this is taken out of context ... this is irresponsible and inappropriate journalism.

    "This footage was taken a year ago ... the bibles were taken into custody and not distributed.

    "There is no effort to go out and proselytise to Afghans."

    The footage has surfaced as Barack Obama, the US president, prepares to host Hamid Karzai, Afghanistan's president, at a summit on Tuesday and Wednesday focusing on how to tackle al-Qaeda and Taliban attacks along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border.




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    زائر ایرانی گوشه ای از پرده خانه کعبه رابه نیت تبرک باچاقو برید.

    به گزارش پایگاه اطلاع رسانی لبیک به مکه مکرمه، بانوی زائر ایرانی ساعت 2:30 بامداد دوشنبه درحال بریدن گوشه ای از پرده خانه کعبه بدست ماموران حرم مسجد الحرام بازداشت شد.

    هرگونه آسیب رساندن به خانه کعبه جرم محسوب می شود.




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    My religion is Bahar
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    Is Religion Absurd or Good for the World?





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    Dorud!
    I didn't vote, because I'm not iranian.
    I'm from Bulgaria and my religion is suposed to be orthodox christian, but I defining myself as a "deist" - I believe there is a God, a Creator of the Universe, but I didn't trust in any human religions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athanatos View Post
    Dorud!

    I'm from Bulgaria .
    Nice to meet you . welcome to our forum .




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