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  1. As salamu Alykum, I put this poll to know the general view of Muslim brothers and sisters here about there ideology and way of practicing Islam, about me i really dont know how to say what type of Muslim i am, I am just trying to follow Quran and Sunnah from what knowledge i get from my Shaykh and from Internet. Please give your poll and make this post useful for understanding above 4 options. was salam.
  2. Food As Medecine

    As salamu Alykum, Some Foods can really be a good medecine for us inshaAllah, some are below listed are: HEADACHE? EAT FISH! Eat plenty of fish -- fish oil helps prevent headaches. So does ginger, which reduces inflammation and pain. HAVE FEVER? EAT YOGURT! Eat lots of yogurt before pollen season. Also-eat honey from your area (local region) daily. TO PREVENT STROKE DRINK TEA! Prevent buildup of fatty deposits on artery walls with regular doses of tea. (actually, tea suppresses my appetite and keeps the pounds from invading.... Green tea is great for our immune system)! INSOMNIA (CAN'T SLEEP?) HONEY! Use honey as a tranquilizer and sedative. ASTHMA? EAT ONIONS!!!! Eating onions helps ease constriction of bronchial tubes. (when I was young, my mother would make onion packs to place on our chest, helped the respiratory ailments and actually made us breathe better). ARTHRITIS? EAT FISH, TOO!! Salmon, tuna, mackerel and sardines actually prevent arthritis. (fish has omega oils, good for our immune system) UPSET STOMACH? BANANAS - GINGER!!!!! Bananas will settle an upset stomach. Ginger will cure morning sickness and nausea. BLADDER INFECTION? DRINK CRANBERRY JUICE!!!! High-acid cranberry juice controls harmful bacteria. BONE PROBLEMS? EAT PINEAPPLE!!! Bone fractures and osteoporosis can be prevented by the manganese in pineapple. PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME? EAT CORNFLAKES!! !! Women can ward off the effects of PMS with cornflakes, which help reduce depression, anxiety and fatigue. MEMORY PROBLEMS? EAT OYSTERS! Oysters help improve your mental functioning by supplying much-needed zinc. COLDS? EAT GARLIC! Clear up that stuffy head with garlic. (remember, garlic lowers cholesterol, too.) COUGHING? USE RED PEPPERS!! A substance similar to that found in the cough syrups is found in hot red pepper. Use red (cayenne) pepper with caution-it can irritate your tummy. BREAST CANCER? EAT Wheat, bran and cabbage Helps to maintain estrogen at healthy levels. LUNG CANCER? EAT DARK GREEN AND ORANGE AND VEGGIES!!! A good antidote is beta carotene, a form of Vitamin A found in dark green and orange vegetables. ULCERS? EAT CABBAGE ALSO!!! Cabbage contains chemicals that help heal both gastric and duodenal ulcers. DIARRHEA? EAT APPLES! Grate an apple with its skin, let it turn brown and eat it to cure this condition. (Bananas are good for this ailment) CLOGGED ARTERIES? EAT AVOCADO! Mono unsaturated fat in avocados lowers cholesterol. HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE? EAT CELERY AND OLIVE OIL!!! Olive oil has been shown to lower blood pressure. Celery contains a chemical that lowers pressure too. BLOOD SUGAR IMBALANCE? EAT BROCCOLI AND PEANUTS!!! The chromium in broccoli and peanuts helps regulate insulin and blood sugar. Kiwi: Tiny but mighty. This is a good source of potassium, magnesium, Vitamin E &fiber. It's Vitamin C content is twice that of an orange. Apple: An apple a day keeps the doctor away? Although an apple has a low Vitamin C content, it has antioxidants &flavonoids which enhances the activity of Vitamin C thereby helping to lower the risks of colon cancer, heart attack & stroke. Strawberry: Protective fruit. Strawberries have the highest total antioxidant power among major fruits &protects the body from cancer causing, blood vessels clogging free radicals. (Actually, any berry is good for you..they're high in anti-oxidants and they actually keep us young....... ..blueberries are the best and very versatile in the health field....... .they get rid of all the free-radicals that invade our bodies) Orange: Sweetest medicine. Taking 2 - 4 oranges a day may help keep colds away, lower cholesterol, prevent & dissolve kidney stones as well as lessen the risk of colon cancer. Watermelon: Coolest Thirst Quencher. Composed of 92% water, it is also packed with a giant dose of glutathione which helps boost our immune system. They are also a key source of lycopene - the cancer fighting oxidant. Other nutrients found in watermelon are Vitamin C &Potassium. (watermelon also has natural substances [natural SPF sources] that keep our skin healthy, protecting our skin from those darn suv rays) Guava &Papaya: Top awards for Vitamin C. They are the clear winners for their high Vitamin C content. Guava is also rich in fiber which helps prevent constipation. Papaya is rich in carotene, this is good for your eyes. (also good for gas and indigestion) Tomatoes are very good as a preventative measure for men, keeps those prostrate problems from invading their bodies. All the best people! was salam.
  3. Mother's Feeling

    By Anonymous- If you really love your mom then you will read on: My mom only had one eye. I hated her... she was such an embarrassment. She cooked for students & teachers to support the family. There was this one day during elementary school where my mom came to say hello to me. I was so embarrassed. How could she do this to me? I ignored her, threw her a hateful look and ran out. The next day at school one of my classmates said, EEEE, your mom only has one eye!" I wanted to bury myself. I also wanted my mom to just disappear. So I confronted her that day and said, "If you're only gonna make me a laughing stock, why don't you just die?!!!" My mom did not respond... I didn't even stop to think for a second about what I had said, because I was full of anger. I was oblivious to her feelings. I wanted out of that house, and have nothing to do with her. So I studied real hard, got a chance to go abroad to study. Then, I got married. I bought a house of my own.I had kids of my own. I was happy with my life, my kids and the comforts Then one day, my mother came to visit me. She hadn't seen me in years and she didn't even meet her grandchildren. When she stood by the door, my children laughed at her, and I yelled at her for coming over uninvited. I screamed at her, "How dare you come to my house and scare my children!" 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. One day, a letter regarding a school reunion came to my house. So I lied to my wife that I was going on a business trip. After the reunion, I went to the old shack just out of curiosity. My neighbors said that she died. I did not shed a single tear. They handed me a letter that she had wanted me to have. "My dearest son, I think of you all the time. I'm sorry that I came to your house and scared your children. I was so glad when I heard you were coming for the reunion. But I may not be able to even get out of bed to see you. I'm sorry that I was a constant embarrassment to you when you were growing up. You see........when you were very little, you got into an accident, and lost your eye. As a mother, I couldn't stand watching you having to grow up with one eye. So I gave you mine. I was so proud of my son who was seeing a whole new world for me, in my place, with that eye. With my love to you, Your mother.
  4. Bush presidency worst in history says Carter Carter blasts Bush, Blair on Iraq WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former President Jimmy Carter blasted George W. Bush's presidency as "the worst in history" in international relations and denounced British Prime Minister Tony Blair's loyal relationship with Bush in interviews released on Saturday. "I think as far as the adverse impact on the nation around the world, this administration has been the worst in history," Carter, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, said in a telephone interview with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette from the Carter Center in Atlanta. "The overt reversal of America's basic values as expressed by previous administrations, including (those of) George H.W. Bush and Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon and others, has been the most disturbing to me," Carter told the newspaper. In an interview on Britain's BBC radio, Carter slammed Blair, who leaves office next month, for his tight relations with Bush, particularly concerning the Iraq war. "Abominable. Loyal, blind, apparently subservient," Carter said when asked how he would characterize Blair's relationship with Bush. "I think that the almost undeviating support by Great Britain for the ill-advised policies of President Bush in Iraq have been a major tragedy for the world," Carter said. Carter, who was president from 1977-1981 and won the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize for his charitable work, was an outspoken opponent of the invasion of Iraq before it was launched in 2003. In the newspaper interview, Carter said Bush had taken a "radical departure from all previous administration policies" with the Iraq war. "We now have endorsed the concept of pre-emptive war where we go to war with another nation militarily, even though our own security is not directly threatened, if we want to change the regime there or if we fear that some time in the future our security might be endangered," Carter said. REPUBLICANS STRIKE BACK The White House declined to comment on his statements, but the Republican National Committee struck back at Carter. "Most Americans will probably take his criticisms with a grain of salt considering he also challenged Ronald Reagan's strategy for the Cold War, and history has since proven him wrong," said RNC spokeswoman Amber Wilkerson. Carter told the BBC that if Blair had opposed the invasion he could have reduced the ensuing harm by making it tougher for Washington to shrug off critics, even if the British prime minister had not been able to stop the war. "It would certainly have assuaged the problems that have (arisen) lately," Carter said. "One of the defenses of the Bush administration in America and worldwide ... has been: 'Okay, we must be more correct in our actions than the world thinks because Great Britain is backing us,'" Carter said. "I think the combination of Bush and Blair giving their support to this tragedy in Iraq has strengthened the effort and has made opposition less effective and has prolonged the war and increased the tragedy that has resulted," he told the BBC. Blair, who made an unannounced visit to Iraq on Saturday, has said he will step down in June. His Labour Party has named his long-serving finance minister, Gordon Brown, to succeed him. Brown was a member of the Cabinet that voted in favor of the war, but has said mistakes were made in Iraq and he will review policy there. In the newspaper interview, Carter, who brokered the Camp David accords between Egypt and israel, also criticized Bush's Middle East policies. "For the first time since israel was founded, we've had zero peace talks to try to bring a resolution of differences in the Middle East. That's a radical departure from the past," Carter said. (Additional reporting by Peter Graff in London) Reuters May 19, 2007 -- Are you agreeing with this article? Do you think this is propaganda or biased? Have your say? Please join this debate and post your comments. Please click, Reply to All, button when reply. Thanks. -- * The poor always curse the rich but harbour the desire to become so themselves and if they become rich they also begin to have the poor. If is unfortunate that the rich also hate the poor, which they can someday become themselves. ** No dictator has died with dignity and the misuses of authority is never worshipped. --
  5. As salamu Alykum, Congratulations Congratulations!!! MashaAllah bro. Welcome to Islam! May Allah guide you to truth and reward you with success in life and after life. Was salam.
  6. So, you think you lead a healthy lifestyle, eat the right stuff, exercise adequately and look after your skin. Stop and take a closer look. Are you doing things that could inadvertently damage your skin? These silent killers may be the reason your appearance is lacklustre despite your best efforts. 1. Not drinking enough water This is perhaps the most repeated advice and the least followed. Your body needs at least two litres a day to remove toxins from your system, partly through your kidneys and partly through your skin. Lacking this, toxin build-up will affect your skin as well as your general health, making you tired and dull. Keep that bottle on your desk, and drink! 2. Picking your pimples We do it unconsciously, when nervous, or just as a habit. Pimples don't harm your face permanently. What leaves untreatable scars is your picking, pinching and playing with them -- scars so deep that even dermatologist cannot get rid of them 100 per cent. Prevention is the best cure, so stop touching your face and start proper anti-acne treatment. 3. Shaving the wrong way And it isn't just men I'm talking to. Women who use razors for body hair also beware -- shaving against the direction of hair growth (ie from below upwards) causes ingrown hair, damaged follicles and introduces infections into your hair roots that can cause painful recurrent boils. Shave only in the direction of hair growth -- this will prevent damage to your skin. 4. Not using sunscreen on a hill station You've gone for a high altitude vacation and the cold weather makes you believe you don't need sun protection -- wrong! At higher altitudes, there are lesser layers of atmosphere between you and the sun to filter UV rays, so your ultra-violet exposure increases. You need your sunscreen all the more! 5. Taking hormone supplements for body building It isn't just the men, even women who want a 'toned' look quickly take DHEA (DeHydroEpiAndroste rone) supplements. These are known to cause acne even in normal skin, and flare up existing acne. Protein supplements are fine though, and actually help your skin. 6. Not reapplying moisture / sunscreen Are you the jet setting type who slaps on lotion in the morning and then spends the next two hours at work without a further thought about your skin? Air conditioned offices sap moisture from your skin in a couple of hours. Also, no sunscreen retains its effect beyond two hours. Apply frequently -- at least during your lunch break, after a quick face wash. 7. Waxing your upper lip / facial hair A total nightmare for your delicate facial skin -- the trauma causes tiny microscopic bleeding into your hair follicles that, over time, heal with scarring and end up causing roughness and pigmentation that is extremely hard to treat. 8. Going on a 'proteins only' diet Fad diets deprive your skin (and body) of essential nutrients. You need vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and various micronutrients that a single food diet cannot give you. Talk to a professional dietician before embarking on drastic diet plans and get them to prescribe the appropriate nutritional supplements. 9. Late night partying Your body sleeps at night, but your skin doesn't -- most of its repair and renewal work is done while you're in bed. Depriving it of the nightly eight hours of rejuvenation will obviously leave it looking dull and tired. Good sleep is a must for good skin
  7. Us Pigs Rape Girl...

    Now dont say that "Stoning to death" is an inhuman law for the rapist! also please do compare the above statistics with the so-called "extremist" KSA, How many rape cases comes there in a year?
  8. Japanese English...

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  9. Japanese English...

    LoL :sl: :sl:
  10. Food As Medecine

    As salamu Alykum sister, I got this by group mail, the sender is from medical background, inshaAllah it will work. was salam.
  11. Hamas

    As salamu Alykum, Are you saying "Puppet" to Fatah group?
  12. Im New!

    As salamu Alykyum all, I am AbulAsad from Dar-e-Salam, happy to get registered in here inshaAllah ill get good knowledge and help in the light of Islam by you all here. was salam.
  13. View On Atheists/agnostics

    Duffman, Atheism is a theory which makes the perfect lifestyle for an atheist without bounding him/her to any religious customs, rules and belief. Lakum din akum walyedeen! Peace.
  14. Men, Would You Marry A Woman Older Than You?

    :sl: Alhamdulillah my fiancee is younger than me, but i polled for "yes i would marry woman older than me" just because Rasool Allah(SAW) did that and married Khadija(peace of Allah be upon her). was salam.
  15. Which Category Of Muslim R U?

    Your understanding of an extremist is wrong, like you wrote for an "extremist atheist", I define myself as an extremist muslim and i dont believe that all other religious belivers should be killed or there places of worship should be destroyed till they dont interfere in my religious beliefs. Peace.
  16. Ghosts A Reality Or False?

    As salamu Alykum, Everyone here has heared about Ghosts, either in stories or in movies but did anyone read it in Quran and Ahadeeth? there is an existence of Jinns and Ruh(souls) but to what you say Ghost? can anybody has a clear view on this according to Islam? was salam.
  17. Which Category Of Muslim R U?

    Brother Ajmal thats what i wanted to know that what an individual think about those terms?, What i had written are not rules, its something what i understood by the terms Moderate, Extremists and liberal. If i am wrong please correct me. was salam.
  18. Last Words Of A Dieing Brother

    As salamu Alykum, Is it not possible to record this? there are many weired things get recorded nowadays then why cant this though its not weired, Inna Lillahe Wa Inna Ilyhe Rajeoon!
  19. Which Category Of Muslim R U?

    As salamu Alykum and Peace to All, Thanks for puting up the your comments, my intention to start this topic was to clear the definition of above options in Poll, who you call liberal? Who you call Moderate and who is extremists? If i wear Islamic Sunnah dress and have beared, do 5 times prayer and give extra security for my family(women) i will be called as extremist. If i wear western clothes, clean shaved face and do my prayer but not strictly also i have no objection if my wife or sister hang around with there male friends then i will be called as Moderate. If i support women rights according to west like Yes to Abortion rights If i support for No covering up of womens, If i support WEST and there policy even it is against the rights of my brothers and there lands i will be called as liberal Here i want to ask the OWNER of English Language that why do they change the vocabulary and meaning according to there ease? Why only Muslims are termed as extremists, moderate and liberal? No offence, was salam/Peace.
  20. As salamu Alykum Sister, JazakAllah Khair for this beautiful posts mashaAllah! May Allah bless our mothers and sisters with High Imaan and Bravery...i have no more words to say, dunno why this post is not rated? was salam.
  21. To all Brothers of Gawaher, As salamu Alykum, This is a request to all of you to contribute your time and posts on Brother's section where we have The 2nd longest thread competition is going on, which soon going to come to its end, i am here giving you the latest report of that thread, just have a look Please be there and help me guyz!! This is nothing to do with Gawaher forum, we are just trying to entertain and have some fun overhere inshaAllah. was salam.
  22. The Longest Thread On Brother's Forum

    As salamu Alykum, So when we can see you there? :j: was salam.
  23. Islam in IRAN!!!

    As salamu Alykum, As there is no one to post the ancient History of Persia which is present Iran, i come up with some historical facts of the historical Persian Empire and Kings. 559 - 530 BC Cyrus the Great was the first Achaemenian Emperor. He founded Persia by uniting the two original Iranian Tribes- the Medes and the Persians. Although he was known to be a great conqueror, who at one point controlled one of the greatest Empires ever seen, he is best remembered for his unprecedented tolerance and magnanimous attitude towards those he defeated. I am Cyrus, King of the World. When I entered Babylon I did not allow anyone to terrorize the land. I kept in view the needs of its people and all its sanctuaries to promote their well being. I put an end to their misfortune. The great God has delivered all lands into my hand, the lands that I have made to dwell in peaceful habitation. 522 - 486 BC The reign of Darius the Great marked the zenith of the Persian Empire. Upholding the tradition established by Cyrus, Darius valued the rights of all people under his rule. The following inscription appears on his tomb: By the favor of the great god I believe in justice and abhor inequity. It is not my desire that the weak man should have wrong done to him by the mighty... Darius' goal was to be a great law-giver and organizer. He structured the empire under the satrapy system (similar to national and local governments). He built many roads, ports, banking houses (the word "check" comes from old Persian), elaborate underground irrigation systems and a canal to link the Nile to the Red Sea (an early precursor of the Suez Canal). In the 19th century, archeologists in Egypt discovered an inscription by Darius commemorating the completion of the Canal: I am a Persian. I commanded to dig this canal from a river by name of Nile which flows in Egypt... After this canal was dug, ships went from Egypt through this canal to Persia, thus as was my desire. Darius revolutionized mankind's economic activities by introducing one of the earliest (certainly the first on such a massive scale) forms of common coinage in history, the darik. This initiative, along with the standardization of weights and measures and the codification of commercial laws, stimulated world trade and elevated the Persian Empire's economy to new levels of prosperity. ######you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_img405.imageshack.us/img405/9500/persepolisgp1.gif[/img] 539 BC Reflecting the wealth and the mugreeting card lticultural dimension of the Persian Empire, Darius initiated the building of the Persepolis Palace. For its construction, artisans and materials were gathered from different corners of the empire. Another project undertaken by Darius was the royal road, the world's longest, extending 1,500 miles (see map). Due to an extensive network of relays, postmen could travel the road in six to nine days, whereas normal travel time was three months. The motto of the Persian postal service became memorable: stoped by neither snow, rain heat or gloom of night. The US postal service also adopted this motto and the famous Pony Express mail delivery resembled the original Persian design. The origins of polo date back to this time. Persian nobility played an early form of polo for both sport and combat training. 490 - 479 BC In their wars with Persia, the Greek city-states were never a threat to the Persian heartland. What Persia did not achieve through war, it obtained through diplomacy. After the wars ended, Persian kings successfully played the Athenians and Spartans against each other for 150 years. Persia's financial and naval assistance was instrumental in Sparta's victory over Athens in the Great Peloponnesian War. Afterwards, Persia began supporting the Athenians. The Persian influence over the two Greek city-states was such that the Persian King Artaxerxes II was asked to mediate between them, leading to the King's Peace of 387 BC. 550 - 334 BC The Persian Empire became the dominant world power for over two centuries. It made possible the first significant and continuous contact between East and West. It was the world's first religiously tolerant empire and consisted of a multitude of different languages, races, religions and cultures. Prior to the rise of the Roman Empire, it set a precedent for the importance of the rule of law, a powerful centralized army and an efficient and systematic state administration. However, the greatest legacy of the Persian Empire was that it demonstrated for the first time how diverse peoples can culturally flourish and economically prosper under one central government. ######you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_img399.imageshack.us/img399/5389/mapnl9.gif[/img]
  24. Ghosts A Reality Or False?

    As salamu Alykum, Thankyou all for putting there replies, inshaAllah it will clear up many myths about Ghosts. I was just confused about it and now its more clear, thogh i dont scare of them whatever Jinns or Ghosts :sl:
  25. Hello Brothers & Sisters

    As salamu Alykum Brother Abdulrahman, Congratulations for everything good happened in your life,may Allah(swt) gives you strength and make your path more easy inshaAllah. I am new here too but good to read about you, inshaAllah talk to u more. was salam.
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