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Ramadhan Kareem,

Enjoy the blessings of the month.
Posted 26 Aug 2009

Topic: SHAADI,

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nikama said:

kafi cultural differences hotay hain.people born in pakistan in no matter what social class have a typical mind set which is quite distinct from people who are of U.K. or U.S. origin so its difficult but not impossible


ur absolutely correct.... the brought up, environment, education, values, manners, morals...impact and shape personalities in a society. Western norms and values are different from that of Pak. That difference shows in personalities of two regions and sometimes they are not compatible. If you find a somewhat compatible partner, it should work.

People looking for a perfect match often get disappointed. In my humble opinion, while looking for a partner, one should only set some major non-negotiables and then prioritize by the importance of issues of compatibilites. Marriage is the name of flexibility; the more you can accomodate, the greater is the chance of successful married life.
Posted 18 Aug 2009

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you mean to say Pak born Pakis don't like Brit or US born people of Pak origin?

some do and some don't, but marriage b/w the 2 is lawful.
Posted 14 Aug 2009

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desires only... in fact dreams only...
Posted 02 Jul 2009

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So Far Away said:

uk day log aka piandoo



SFA, Asian will chew you down bud
Posted 02 Jul 2009

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It sure looks looks pretty. That is exactly the size we have for it in our lives.
Posted 02 Jul 2009

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Thanks Sahista and same to yah and all Pak
Posted 24 Jun 2009

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Altaf, comic character ....



his lieutenants will drub you up pretty good
Posted 12 Jun 2009

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windows offers "windows defender". Download and install it for free.
Posted 05 Jun 2009

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awesome job Tasha

The biggest lie of the history is "Jesus being the son of God (glorified is He)(I seek protection with Allah from this fabrication). Basis of this claim is theoratical and mythical which has never been proved scientifically, but it has impacted human history in enormous proportions.
Posted 27 May 2009

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Yo!
I visit regularly, but I have very little time -- can't even browse through...so just drop in and out.
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wowwww, that's a good one    
Posted 06 May 2009

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~Fragi~ said:

Little Vampire said:

should avoid posting such pics



oh yeah .........


why? trying to hide the truth!

nothing is a secreat any more....remember hanging of saddam came out on you tube the very day despite security and secreacy!
Posted 06 May 2009

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Shahrukh Khan said:

SALAAM keh kar aur baki conversation main galiyan de rahey hotey hain



That's bad; but then giving up salam is a solution?
Posted 30 Apr 2009

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jason statham said:

non muslim ko b salaam o alekum kehna parega? lol



use your judgment
Posted 30 Apr 2009

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...and in person
Posted 29 Apr 2009

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Ameen.
May Allah accept your dua.
keep praying - we need it more than ever.
Posted 29 Apr 2009

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...and the other problem is: we think we turn people's heart and we giveup when we fail....remember, our job is to bring reminders to people persistently in a friendly way. it's not our prerogative striking fear of God in their heats. It's His job
Posted 29 Apr 2009

Topic: NIZAAM-E-ADAL

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jason statham said:

kuch din mein taliban ka safaya hone wala hai...



...by force

...the harder we hit them, the more they recruit ...
they were less than 10,000 in afghanistan before 9/11; how many are there and in Pakistan now? In eight years of war, they have only strengthened and regrouped stronger than before. Their area of operation has been ever expanding...
Posted 29 Apr 2009

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great topic Zam

salam is the greeting of the pardise....Allah will present this same greeting to his slaves who would be granted paradise and entered into it....the ultimate peace and protection.

unfortunately, Muslims have a low self-esteem these days and they find pride in non-muslim practices. They think adopting non-muslim practices make them cool, modern and successful. They have lost pride in what Allah has gifted to them, they rather feel ashamed of it

There is not a greeting in the world better than the salam....
Posted 28 Apr 2009

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CT, I don't know enough background on what's going on in your home. I don't even know if this is a real situation. Let's assume it is a real deal, I don't know why your parents want to get you married and out of the house...could you talk to anyone in your family and would anyone listen to your side of the story?

If you refuse to sign the nikah (marriage license) how could you be forced to marry someone? Yes it will cause some embarresment and bad feelings but then somebody should have thought about that too!
Posted 28 Apr 2009

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RMD, I respectfully disagree.

Ability to differentiate between right and wrong could be an instinct build-in a person, but to know the difference or what is right and what is wrong is a learned skill.

A baby cries when its hungry, but it also cries when its wet or when its sick or hurting. Crying is an instinct, but it is not knowledge that a baby intelligently uses.

Reasons for not being able to put the knowledge to practise are two fold. a) its a matter of choice - someone knowingly ignores the right and chooses the wrong. or b) Knowlege is not committed to the soul -meaning it does not trigger in time to keep the person on right track and keep it away from wrong.
Posted 22 Apr 2009

Topic: NIZAAM-E-ADAL

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Hijab and madrassa are great but they are not Islam in themselves. Hijab only works if it is taken by will and understanding and by internalizing iman. Forcing it or creating an environment that compells women to wear hijab without a will and understanding nurtures resentment leading to hate and contempt for sharia.

Madrassa are an institution of education and its scope to strict religous teachings has been limited only by narrow minds. School is an english word for madrassa, meaning a place of education. Like any instituion, job of a "madrassa" is to educate and groom youngsters of a society into productive and highly functional citizens. Who is responsible for limiting this scope of madrassas to a "seminary-like" function and then to a para-militant production units. where they are given a tunnel-vision of the world and the society which they care not to serve and make it a better place. They rather long to destroy it
Posted 22 Apr 2009

Topic: NIZAAM-E-ADAL

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These people have forgotten the very basic element of establising Islamic sharia, i.e. inviting people to goodness before prohibiting evil. They have forgotten the job of educating and grooming young muslims -- help them become models of Islamic behavior which in turn inspires societies around them to emulate them....and then, we have among muslims who are afraid of loosing their life style if sharia will apply.... naturally, in a society, where there is a large population that lives in that fear, they will align with opponents of sharia. In such circumstances, I am sure those proponents of sharia could use and understand some wisdom -- violence turns people off! no matter how good is your system. No prophet forced a system upon its people unless they accepted it to be their way of life....
Posted 22 Apr 2009

Topic: NIZAAM-E-ADAL

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exactly right ! shaista & sunshine

... I have said this before and will say it again, there is not a model of successful implementation of Sharia exists in modern times...examples of saudia, sudan, afghanistan...paint a negative image of Islam and portray it as repressive and backward societies....because all their sharia is applicable to crimes in a harsh way and preventing women from freedom.

Now, there are western societies capitalizing on those weaknesses but the muslims at the helm of applying sharia are equally responsible for hurting Islam.

Posted 22 Apr 2009

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when people are missing the basics, we can't teach them by flogging them or punishing them. We need to help them regain that basic element -- Iman!
Posted 22 Apr 2009

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In my limited knowledge, adware, spyware and other software running on your commputer slow you down. You may needa clean that out and protect yourself with an internet protection system....experts may sehd light on it.
Posted 22 Apr 2009

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There was another one who got acid thrown at her and her one year old baby for demanding her wages.
Posted 21 Apr 2009

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The issue is not with the sharia. The biggest woo is the way they implement it.....image of sharia law in the minds of the people is "lash-loving", "sword/gun happy" people get to do the justice at whim.....

....It is muslims who hate it more than anybody and the reason for it is how it is percieved....brutality, barbarism, harsh treatment, or however you name it are words that are synonymous to "sharia" or how it is imaged in the minds of the people....and there is none else than these people to blame who enforced sharia law in such a way that made it look so terrible.
Posted 21 Apr 2009

Topic: Pizza

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here, we don't eat any meat topped pizza cuz...you know why!

Last time I visited Pakistan, I was really impressed by the quality of pizzza they made there -

Apparently, toppings/seasonings are called by different names in different parts of the world...my favorite is pineapple and olives. I am not a mushroom lover.
Posted 21 Apr 2009