From : firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent : Saturday, November 6, 2004 6:41 PM
To : email@example.com
Subject : Misleading article
Given that all the muslim nations are suffering from dictatorships ,
subsequently, most of our newspapers lack honest as they are instruments in
the hands of our dictators, it is sad to see a paper based in the US to
proliferate misleading statements about an entire sect and faith. A faith
that has adobted knowledge of our great prophet and his deputy Ali Bin Abi
Taleb, rather than the sword of Khalid Bin Al Waleed and the cunningness of
Omer Bin Al Ass.
You article on Al Sistani’s “promise to send people to paradise as he holds
the key to heaven” is in breach of copyrights as it echoes the lyrics of
Saddam Hussain. I need to remind your paper that Saddam was the first to
fabricated this story against the Shia sect and its followers of the
estimated 180 million followers of this faith in Iran, Lebanon, Turkey,
Pakistan, Thailand, Philippine, Bahrain, Yemen, Oman, Saudi Arabia and Iraq.
Your published article lacks imaginations and propagates the typical
sectarian misleading truths regarding an entire sect that has many prominent
figures in the history of Islam such as Ibin Seena, Jaber Bin Hayan, Abu
Bakr Al Razi, Al Khawarizmi , Al Shareef Al Rathey, Al Mutanabby and
Your misleading article merely indicates your lack of knowledge and your
attitude towards a sect that has maintained the spirit of the religion that
our great Prophet against the rulers and the majority of the followers of
our rutheless rulers starting from Mu’aweya and ending up with Saddam, King
Fahad, Kaddaffey and Yasser Arafat.
I would urge you and urge Sameer Ubaid to be more precise and honest when
writing any article regarding the Shia sect.
May God lead us to the right path.
Jaffer Al Nydaa