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  1. Boycott Denmark!

    :D wat about the muslims living in denmark... how will they boycott danish products?! and what should i buy in substitution - amercian products? british? chinese? saudi? everything seems to be a joke. wat can i buy? not that i mean the boycott is bad. i'm just confused. i liked reading this though:
  2. Will You Donate Your Organs?

    :D :D that's kind but be careful brother. make sure you know EXACTLY what will and will not be allowed to happen to your body after your death!!!!!!!! and make sure you have personally checked with a scholar. i think donating an organ whilst living or dead is one thing, but giving ur entire dead body to use as they want... :D scares me...
  3. How Should We Respond To Denmark?

    some of us are media savvy >>>> (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.mpacuk(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/"]Muslims' Public Affairs Committee (MPAC)[/url] B)
  4. Doodle Rage

    :D nice flowers mujahada... were you doing that with an ordinary mouse or do you have a mouse pen??
  5. Does This Not Prove Male Dominance?

    :D this is so sad. i spent time writing my replies and now they've gone :D edit: i take that back. the mods are very fair. and inshAllah i can retrive my posts which were off-topic :D
  6. Getting Married

    :D nice to hear and i pray for all the best for her. btw, emel what's loq?
  7. :D it's on right now - channel 3 "During May and June 2005 Rageh re-visited countries devastated by the Boxing Day catastrophe. This is his report on the devastating effect on the lives and religious faiths of the millions who saw loved ones, livelihoods and homes washed away in an instant. Rageh's journey is an intensely personal one. Along the way he meets survivors from all faiths and none. This is his quest to find answers to the moral and religious questions raised by the appalling suffering, beamed into homes around the globe resulting in mass outpourings of humanity and grief. He says of the programme, “Each time I have reported from conflicts around the world I’ve had some means of explaining what I had seen. However horrified, frightened or angry I felt,whether in Iraq or Kosovo, I have been able to understand what had happened and even who had been responsible for killing others. But the Tsunami tragedy left the world not just shocked, but confused and bewildered.In making this documentary I travelled to the regions most affected by the disaster and also to the homes of families affected here in the UK. I have spoken to survivors and eyewitnesses, and those who lost so much, to ask them how the experience has affected their faith. In hearing their testimonies I have uncovered previously unseen footage of those terrible moments. The film will ask those who lived through the disaster and lost loved ones, whether it has left them angry and disillusioned at a God or religion that could be so cruel or whether faith has been the one thing that has allowed them to begin to make sense of such grief and loss.And I have spoken with senior religious leaders to ask them whether a belief in God can be reconciled with such destruction.†^ i think that's for that programme anyway
  8. Does This Not Prove Male Dominance?

    You can do what you want in your countries and we couldn't care less. Even when we're living in your countries, we often don't bother voting in your elections. Because as you rightly say, those are your laws and we don't have to live there. But we will criticise when your laws affect Muslims not living there. Good advice, but you can't tell her not to criticise, because the Muslims' affairs concern the whole Ummah. A question for you, why aren't the Saudi women making an issue of this?
  9. Very Nice Games

    :D just thought I'd share this page with you (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.ebaumsworld(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/games.shtml"]Flash Games[/url] wat r ur faves? mine are Blast Billiards, Slow Motion, Tobby, Mansion Impossible... though I've only tried a few yet. (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.ebaumsworld(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/shoplifter.html"]Shoplifter[/url] & (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.ebaumsworld(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/theclassroom.html"]Classroom Cheat[/url] are the best!!!
  10. KSA:Sightings,Happenings,& Experiences

    :D MashAllah I love this thread... :D

    :D :D those were nice.
  12. Maca Arabic Ses Sumi Lato!

    so obvious that princess occult, miss occult star 1st, natalie the occult queen, natalie gemma haigh 27 are all one and the same user.
  13. Who's this...it was my mother... still with her one eye. It felt as if the whole sky was falling apart on me. My little girl ran away, scared of my mom's eye. And I asked her, "who are you?!" "I don't know you!!!" as if trying to make that real. I screamed at her," How dare you come to my house and scare my daughter!" "GET OUT OF HERE! NOW!!!" and to this, my mother quietly answered, "oh, I'm so sorry. I may have gotten the wrong address," and she disappeared out of sight. Thank goodness... she doesn't recognize me... I was quite relieved. I told myself that I wasn't going to care, or think about this for the rest of my life. Then a wave of relief came upon me... One day, a letter regarding a school reunion came to my house. So, lying to my wife that I was going on a business trip, I went. After the reunion, I went down to the old shack, that I used to call a house...just out of curiosity there, I found my mother fallen on the cold ground. But I did not shed a single tear. She had a piece of paper in her hand.... it was a letter to me. My son... I think my life has been long enough now... And... I won't visit Seoul anymore... but would it be too much to ask if I wanted you to come visit me once in a while? I miss you so much... and I was so glad when I heard you were coming for the reunion. But I decided not to go to the school. ...for you... and I'm sorry that I only have one eye, and I was an embarrassment for you. You see, when you were very little, you got into an accident, and lost your eye. as a mom, I couldn't stand watching you having to grow up with only one eye... so I gave you mine... I was so proud of my son that was seeing a whole new world for me, in my place, with that eye. I was never upset at you for anything you did... the couple times that you were angry with me, I thought to myself, 'it's because he loves me...' my son. Oh, my son... I don't want you to cry for me, because of my death. My son, I love you my son, I love you so much.
  14. Give your parents roses while they are alive, not dead MY mom only had one eye. I hated her... she was such an embarrassment. My mom ran a small shop at a flea market. She collected little weeds and such to sell... anything for the money we needed she was such an embarrassment. There was this one day during elementary school... It was field day, and my mom came. I was so embarrassed. How could she do this to me? I threw her a hateful look and ran out. The next day at school... "your mom only has one eye?!?!"...And they taunted me. I wished that my mom would just disappear from this world so I said to my mom, "mom... Why don't you have the other eye?! If you're only going to make me a laughingstock, why don't you just die?!!!" my mom did not respond... I guess I felt a little bad, but at the same time, it felt good to think that I had said what I'd wanted to say all this time... maybe it was because my mom hadn't punished me, but I didn't think that I had hurt her feelings very badly. That night... I woke up, and went to the kitchen to get a glass of water. My mom was crying there, so quietly, as if she was afraid that she might wake me. I took a look at her, and then turned away. Because of the thing I had said to her earlier, there was something pinching at me in the corner of my heart. Even so, I hated my mother who was crying out of her one eye. So I told myself that I would grow up and become successful. Because I hated my one-eyed mom and our desperate poverty... then I studied real hard. I left my mother and came to Seoul and studied, and got accepted in the Seoul University with all the confidence I had. Then, I got married. I bought a house of my own. Then I had kids, too... now I'm living happily as a successful man. I like it here because it's a place that doesn't remind me of my mom. This happiness was getting bigger and bigger, when... what?!