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Asad Jafri[1] (Arabic: أسد جعفري) is the Canada-based computers professional turned militant anti-Semitic mullah. Asad was born and raised in Toronto, where he grew up in a highly active Islamist community led by none other than the infamous extremist anti-Semitic mullah Mohammed Zaki Baqri[2] of Alipur, Karnataka.

أسد جعفري
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Asad Jafri

Asad Jafri is a frequent indoctrinator at Shia Association of Bay Area (Saba Mosque of San Jose) and a close associate and a relative of the blacklisted[3] extremist mullah Nabi Raza Mir (a.k.a. Nabi Raza Abidi).

Open support for terrorism

Asad Jafri openly supports the international terror organization Hezbollah. In his speeches to Khomeinist congregations in Canada and the United States, he does not shy away from promoting the dangerous outlaw organization. For instance, during one of his abhorrent militancy indoctrination sessions, he announced:

Asad Jafri: "And if that's not enough for you, that's too far in history, come to the summer of 2006, a small group of Shias in Southern Lebanon [i.e. Hezbollah terrorists], holding the flag of Husayn, defeated the Yazid of today [i.e., Israel and the United States. (Yazid is the most evil person to have ever been born. The Shia curse him throughout the year, especially during the Islamic month Muharram al-Haraam.)]. [translation of Quranic verse from Arabic to English: 'and how many a small group defeated a numerous group']. These are people a small group, defeated a large group [translation from Arabic to English: with the permission of God] only because of piety and piety alone."

Education in the United States

After completing his high school studies in Canada, Asad Jafri moved to the United States to pursue a college degree in the technology field. He received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science in 1998.

أسد جعفري
هداه الله
Asad Jafri

Technology career

Between 2000-2004 Asad Jafri worked at International Business Machines (IBM), the American multinational technology and consulting firm headquartered in Armonk, New York.

Marriage to Zehra Baqri

A lifelong follower of Zaki Baqri, Asad Jafri asked for the hand of the daughter of his imam and role model. As Asad is a member of the South Asian Syed caste group and raised under the watchful eyes of Zaki, the latter obliged and Asad joined Zehra Baqri in matrimony.

Asad the mullah

Asad Jafri had a chronic attraction to the idea of becoming a mullah and community leader. He grew up in the shadow of a mullah and ultimately married his highly indoctrinated daughter. In 2004, Asad took the first step towards making his chronic dream come true and relocated to Qum, Iran, along with his family. Both and he and his wife Zehra entered into the Hawza (religious seminary) and began their theology studies.

أسد جعفري
هداه الله
Asad Jafri

Asad Jafri commenced his tabligh missions as early as 2006, when he started touring Islamist Khomeinist centers in both American and Canadian cities. His stops in the United States included Atlanta, Dallas, San Jose (at Shia Association of Bay Area (Saba Islamic Center)), and Phoenix.

Asad Jafri has also participated in numerous Ramadan programs in various Khomeinist centers in Toronto. He is also involved in the youth program at COI radio station.

Asad Jafri continues to study and reside in Qum.

Attitude towards the United States

Asad Jafri is openly hostile towards the United States. He frequently attack the policies of the U.S. Government and openly promotes Khomeinism among the misguided American youths who frequent Islamist centers such as SABA in San Jose.

Political outlook

Asad Jafri is a typical Khomeinist. Hence, his political views do not deviate from the standard line of the Iranian regime and its Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

Notes and references

  1. Asad Jafri is also known as Syed Asad Jafri; a.k.a. Maulana Asad Jafri. Asad is Arabic for lion (Arabic: أسد).
  2. Mohammed Zaki Baqri is also known as Hujjatul Islam Syed Zaki Baqri.
  3. Nabi Raza Mir (a.k.a. Nabi Raza Abidi) left the United States on December 25, 2010, and subsequently denied reentry into America by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Nabi Raza and SABA have sued the United States Government and demanded that the extremist mullah be allowed back into the country.

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