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Tash

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  • Birthday 08/07/1991

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  1. Obama 'is Elected Us President'

    YES!!! I'm so happy, about time we got a good president.
  2. (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetcanada(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/montrealgazette/news/story.html?id=6485c56e-59a5-4693-bffe-81e6b0af64d7"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetcanada(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/montrealgazette/news...fe-81e6b0af64d7[/url] I'm at a loss of words...just don't know what to think anymore but I'm starting to lose excuses for supporting America.
  3. Obama Or Mccain

    How about that? Isn't this exactly what most of us Muslims were complaining about? American troops killed innocent civilians our countries? Obama is the first to spread this to the public? Yet you guys still trash him? Just because he isn't your perfect little Islamic president? Obama won my vote (if I could). American Muslim and proud.
  4. Islam in Pakistan

    Pakistan is corrupt and doomed. :sl:
  5. Funny thing is she's BOTH black and a girl yet no hype like Obama or Hilary.
  6. Obama Or Mccain

    What if voting for one of them saves Islamic lives? Like maybe getting the hell out of Iraq? At the end of the day, there will be a President. So really I don't see anything wrong with voting.
  7. Official Nba Thread

    ^Sorry :sl: this is the Rockets year
  8. Obama Or Mccain

    What? How the hell can voting to be haraam? I'm American and I want whats best for my country. Spouting nonsense without proof is also haraam. Random blogging: McCain has Obama in two categories: Iraq and the war (which is pretty much the same). Obama has been the favorite in every other subjects to debate about, including the economy, taxes, and foreign affairs. I actually forgot the other two, but CBS mentioned them just a few days ago, in response to the voters. I'm standing by my words from a while back. I don't think McCain stands a chance against Obama, didn't matter who he picked as VP (although, in my opinion, that didn't help). ######you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_mediatakeout.s3.amazonaws(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/photo/1223039294bidendebate1.jpg[/img] ######you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_mediatakeout.s3.amazonaws(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/photo/1223039294bidendebate1.jpg[/img] ######you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_mediatakeout.s3.amazonaws(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/photo/1223039295bidendebate2.jpg[/img] ######you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_mediatakeout.s3.amazonaws(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/photo/1223039295bidendebate2.jpg[/img]
  9. World In 2025..

    This topic seems a bit anti-American...so just a few thoughts that might not make any sense. First of all, the enemy is not America but the Bush Regime. Both have often been taken as the thing but probably will be McCain is in office, which seems unlikely imo. Anyways can you imagine a world where the terrorists were victorious? It would be chaotic. I understand that they have the right intentions but unfortunately most terrorist groups are in the wrong. If anything I want America driven out of Iraq and Afghanistan but nothing further than that. Democracy ftw!
  10. Obama Or Mccain

    Who do you support? I'm for Obama.
  11. World In 2025..

    Hopefully the world gains some stability is about all I have to say.
  12. I'm Back!

    I went to other forums since it was just me talking to myself most of the time. haha missed you guys too, insh'Allah my stay will be much longer this time.
  13. I'm Back!

    Salaams You might not remember me but I used to post here a lot a couple of months ago. I missed this forum :sl:
  14. (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_elections.foxnews(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/2008/10/02/mc...bodies-katrina/"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_elections.foxnews(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/2008/10/02/mc...bodies-katrina/[/url] I thought it was weird when the prison was full one day, but then empty the next?
  15. 17 casualties? Ouch. The Turks will probably launch a brutal reprisal operation after this. And the PKK really doesn't have any support from a power, not Iraq or America. The Iraqi government refuses to reign in on the PKK as they fear it would bring more instability to Iraq. Thus in the face of Iraqi complicity the Turks are completely justified to do the job themselves. Something I'm rather critical on the U.S. is, is that they continually back the Iraqi policy of complicity with the PKK, while also slamming the Pakistani's for doing the exact same thing with the Taliban and Afghanistan. It's rather hypocritical and should be reversed. In any regards Turkey is a NATO ally, and the U.S. should be sending forces north while the Turks drive south and together they lay a blow down on the PKK that would put them back years. Not only would this benefit the Turks, but it would bring long-term stability to Iraq's northern frontier and help the Iraqi's as well. It's rather sad that despite the fact Turkey is in NATO the only foreign country directly helping the Turks in this is israel. Meh about all I have to say on this issue.
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