The translated text of the Shia-News article:
In The Name of the Lord of Shohada and Siddiqin:
When the Holy Prophet said: “If somebody calls for help and a Muslim hears him and does not help, he is not a Muslim,” he was referring to the whole world of the humanity, not just where he lived. He didn’t just mean a Muslim who says “I am a Muslim,” prays five times a day, or goes to Mecca to perform Hajj. If we consider that the Holy Prophet is innocent and sinless and never talked nonsense (it is what all Muslims believe), we must come to see it is the will of Allah. Muslims should not be apathetic to what is happening to the people who are asking for help. They must help them in all conditions and with all the available resources.
In other words, it is time to show the supporters of international terrorism, whose hands are colored by the blood of innocents, especially the Shias, that they can’t do whatever they desire. There are some fearless youth who don’t care what is fear.
Shia-News has the honor of registering the brave youth and freedom seekers of the world who have the desire to help the oppressed people of Bahrain. The youth, at the discretion of grand ayatollahs and authorities, will give a lesson to the aggressors that will be recorded in history.
Since the Iranian Revolution, the ayatollahs’ mission has been to export their ideology throughout the world. Their agents have been infiltrating the Shiites in Bahrain and inciting the Shiite majority to overthrow the Sunni government, which has a strong relationship with the U.S. that includes being host to the headquarters of the U.S. Navy’s Fifth Fleet.
The ayatollahs who cry foul over the Saudi action in Bahrain have not spoken one word against their own Islamic regime, which is guilty of the rape, torture, and the murder of thousands of Iranian boys and girls for their uprising and demand for freedom and democracy. Human rights groups have reported that Iran, in just one month, executed more than one hundred people. The slaughter continues on a daily basis: the Iranian Supreme Court recently stepped up the executions by “expediting” death sentences.
The proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia is just beginning — expect to see many more such conflicts in the Middle East which will expand onto the world stage.