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بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم
اللهم صل علی محمد و آل محمد و عجل فرجهم
این وبلاگ در جهت آشکار کردن چهره واقعی وهابیت و نقدی بر مطالب و افکار آنان در رسانه های ماهواره ای ایجاد گردیده است.
آخرین اخبار و حواشی شبکه های ماهواره ای وهابیت (نور، کلمه، وصال) را از ما بخواهید.
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در نجد (اطراف شهر ریاض - مرکز عربستان فعلی - ومحل ظهور فرقه ی وهابیت) تمام زلزله ها وفتنه هاست و شــــــــــــــاخ شیـــــــــــــطان از آنجا طلوع خواهد کرد.

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حقیر در جهت اتحاد مسلمین نقد وهابیت{سلفیه-اهل حدیث} را ضروری میدانم.
فلذا در این جهت کتب شیخ محمد بن عبدالوهاب را نقد میکنم و همزمان بعضی شبهات را نیز اجمالا پاسخ می دهم .لازم بذکر است عقاید مشترک اهل سنت براساس منابع اهل تسنن است.
تماشیا مع الانتقادات الموجهة إلى الوحدة الإسلامیة الوهابیة
این ویلاگ به جهت افزایش بصیرت منتظران ظهور ، عاشقان ولایت و دوستان طراحی شده است.سعی می شود که تمامی مسائل مهدویت حرکت های اسلامی و احکام و پاسخ سوالات مراجعه کنندگان به این وبلاگ در پایان هر هفته ذکر شود. امیدوارم که این مطالب موجب تغییر و تحول اساسی در تمامی حالات روحی و روانی شما گردد.در ضمن در بخش پیوندها سایت مراجع عالی قدر ارائه شده تا به مسائل شرعی شما سروران نیز پاسخ داده شود. از سایت های معتبری که در قسمت پیوند ها ارائه شده حتما استفاده کنید که میتوانند بسیار مفید واقع شوند.
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Russian Federation
Flag of Russia.svg

Name Триколор
Trikolor
Tricolor
Use Civil and state flag and ensign Civil and state flags and ensigns
Proportion 2:3
Adopted 11 December 1993 (originally adopted on 28 April 1883
Design Rectangular tricolour with three equal-size horizontal bands: the upper one is white, the middle blue, and the lower red.[1]

Naval Ensign of Russia.svg
Variant flag of Russian Federation
Name Андреевский флаг
Andreyevsky flag
St. Andrew Flag
Use Naval ensign War ensign
Adopted 1992[2] (originally adopted in 1720[3])
Design White with a blue saltire.
Flag of Tsar of Russia (1693)
The "coat of arms flag", erroneously called "Romanov dynastic flag": the official national flag of the Russian Empire from 1858 to 1883. The flag is currently being used by Russian Nationalists and Monarchists
Flag of the Russian Empire "for private use" (1914–1917)
Flag of the Russian SFSR (1918-1937)
Flag of the Russian SFSR (1937-1954)
Flag of the Russian SFSR (1954-1991)
Flag of Russia (1991-1993),
Proportion 1:2

The flag of the Russian Federation is a tricolor flag consisting of three equal horizontal fields; white on the top, blue in the middle and red on the bottom.

The flag was first used as an ensign for Russian merchant ships and only became official in 1896. The flag continued to be used by the Russian Provisional Government after the Tsar was toppled in the February Revolution and was not replaced until the October Revolution which established a Bolshevik government. From that time period, a red flag charged with communist symbols was favoured over the tricolour. It was not until the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991 that the tricolour was brought back as the official flag of the new Russian Federation. The modern era flag underwent a proportion change in 1993 and has been official since 2000.

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History

There was no universally accepted flag for Russia until the middle of the 17th century. The earliest mention of the flag occurs during the reign of Alexis I, in 1668, and is related to the construction of the first Russian naval ship, the frigate Oryol.

According to one source[which?], the choice of the colours may originate from the Dutch Flag, and is related to the nationality of the ship's lead engineer Butler. During the construction, he faced the need for the flag, and issued a request to the Boyar Duma, to "...ask His Tsarist Majesty as to which (as is the custom among other nations) flag shall be raised on the ship." The official response merely indicated that, as such issue is as yet unprecedented, even though the land forces do use (apparently different) flags, the Tsar ordered that his (Butler's) opinion be sought about the matter, asking specifically as to the custom existing in his country. The Netherlands had at the time already settled on its current flag, consisting of red, white and blue stripes, which Butler duly told the Tsar.

This conversation apparently took notice, as the source proceeds to describe the materials bought "overseas" for the ship, and specifically mentions red, blue and white fabric. It is not at all certain, however, that the choice of the colours was affected by the Dutch flag.

A different account traces the origin of the Russian flag to Tsar Peter the Great's visits to Archangelsk in 1693 and 1694. Peter was keenly interested in shipbuilding in the European style, different from the barges ordinarily used in Russia at the time. In 1693, Peter had ordered a Dutch-built frigate from Amsterdam. In 1694 when it arrived, the Dutch red-white-and-blue banner flew from its stern[citation needed]. Peter decided to model Russia's naval flag after this banner by changing the sequence of colours. It eventually became the flag of the Russian empire.[4]

While differing in the circumstances, the two flag origin versions agree on the Dutch flag influence. However, there are historical reasons to doubt that the flag was chosen as late as Peter's reign. One of the strongest arguments against that comes from a Dutch flag book of 1695 by Carel Allard, which is considered to be one of the world's first flag books. Printed only a year after Peter's trip to Western Europe, the book already describes three flags of a similar design noted as belonging to the either Tsar of Muscovy, or Muscovy itself. One of the three flags shown is the tricolour with a double-headed eagle holding a shield in its hands, and wearing a golden crown over both of its heads. Another is the tricolour with a blue saltire over it and the third consists of two white (top left and bottom right) and two red (top right and bottom left) squares, with a blue cross in the middle.[5]

The flag was adopted as a merchant flag at rivers in 1705. On 7 May 1883 it was authorized to be used on land, and it became an official National flag before the coronation of Tsar Nicholas II in 1896.

Meaning and origin of the colours

The three colours did not came from the coat of arms of the Grand Duchy of Moscow, which depict Saint George wearing white (silver) armor, riding a white horse, wearing a blue cape and holding a blue shield, on a red field because these colors of the coat of arms are known since mid 19th century only . According to another version, these three colours were associated with the robes of the Virgin Mary, the holy protectress of Russia.

Yet another interpretation of the three colours is that the order in which they are placed reflects the Russian social system under the monarchy: white represents God, blue the Tsar and red the peasants. Another very common interpretation is the association of colours with the main parts of the Russian Empire: white representing Belarus ("White Russia"), blue Ukraine (or Malorossia, "Little Russia"), and red "Great Russia".

The Russian flag adhere to the colours of the greater ideas of pan-Slavism.

A different interpretation associates white with the bright future (where the colour itself is associated with brightness, while its placement at the top - with future); blue with clouded present, and red with bloody past.[citation needed]

Variant versions

A variant of the flag was authorized for private use by Tsar Nicholas II before World War I, adding the large State eagle on a yellow field (Imperial Standard) in a canton in the top left-hand corner. This variant was never made the official state flag.

When the Bolsheviks took power in 1917, the tricolour design was discarded, and a definitive new flag of the SFSR (one of the constituent republics of the Soviet Union) was introduced in 1954 (see flag of Russian SFSR), and this remained the republic's flag until the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. All of the Soviet Republics' flags were created by introducing a small, but noticeable change, to the flag of the Soviet Union. In this case, the change was an introduction of the left-hand blue band. The previous Soviet design was different, a plain red flag with different variants of the "RSFSR" abbreviation in the canton.

The tricolour was used by the anti-Communist forces during the Civil War called the White movement. It was continued to be used by White emigres in various countries as the Russian flag, as they did not see the Bolshevik government in Moscow as legitimate. The tricolour was associated both in Soviet Russia as well as the Russian White emigre communities as symbolising a traditional tsarist Orthodox Russia. This flag as well as the Naval Ensign of the Imperial Russian Navy was used by anti-Communist Russian troups under German command during the Second World War. Both flags can be seen inside a few Orthodox churches in the West established by these Russian communities.

The original flag of 1896 (rather than the black-yellow-white colour combination) was re-adopted by Russia on 22 August 1991. The readoption date is celebrated yearly as the national flag day.

The president of Russia uses a Presidential Standard (Russian: Штандарт Президента), which is officially defined as the tricolour with the Coat of Arms (at this case the two-headed eagle is depicted without the shield) in the middle.

National Flag Day

The National Flag Day is an official holiday in Russia, established in 1994. It is celebrated on 22 August, the day of the victory over putschists in 1991, but it is not a day-off.

Naval ensign

St. Andrew's flag (Russian: Андреевский флаг) has a white background with two blue diagonal bands, forming a slanted cross, called St. Andrew's. The ratio of the flag's width to its length is 1 / 1.5, the width of the blue band is 1 / 10 the length of the flag.

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