ShahHussain, on 30 July 2010 - 10:30 AM, said:
not fans of the 'camel hump' (i didn't know that what you call it) i always wondered in what countries they wore it like that, i think there something to it personally, shows a bit of creativity
creativity? HMMM.. maybe.. I wonder what the 1st one thought of.. oh wait! maybe it's a guy who thought abt it!!!!!!!
Hawraa29, on 30 July 2010 - 10:38 AM, said:
They wear it in most Khaleeji countries. 'Camel Humps' are one of the signs which show that the day of judgement is near. There's a hadith from the Prophet regarding this issue. Anyways, girls look ugly with something which resembles a 'bomb' over their head and it's very uncomfortable.
u know I don't see SO many wearing it here.. was more in Bahrain.. and u know I remember that hadeeth from intermediate school.. and our wahabi teacher said it meant the women shouldn't pull their hair up in parties and stuff! lool
Hawraa29, on 30 July 2010 - 06:30 PM, said:
The girls themselves are not ugly, they make themselves ugly. It's not their hair,well maybe the process involves the hair-only ever so partially. There's these BIG clips people put on their hair, recently there's these new caps which you put underneath your scarf and there's this hair thingy elevated at the back of it. Absolutely disgusting. Subhanallah their head looks like it's getting bigger from the sides :wacko If people told them they look horrendous maybe they would refrain themselves from wearing this type of 'hijab'. I guess they don't understand the true essence of hijab and they take the mick out of the way some Iranians wear their hijab just cause their hair shows BUT they're no different. I wonder how uncomfortable it must be when they drive LOL. If guys actually told these girls that it's not attractive maybe, just maybe they would adopt a new hijab style
lool yah it's not all their hair.. they put that HUGE hair clip thingy to PUFF it up!
I really dk hw they handle it.. my head starts hearting just by thinking about it! lol
and ya if the Arab guys stop dissing it they might stop.. but guys here consider it a sign to go after em
Proud Shiite, on 30 July 2010 - 08:15 PM, said:
So you think the "THEN"series will get some success?I'm getting so excited I might just start handing out Tijani's book copies,one problem though,I can't find it in Morocco,and Hawraa doesn't have the money yet to help out by shipping them to me.
WE can not skip the arresting part or the torture part,that's what will make the series interesting and mysterious
.I like the idea of "Then I turned Morocco a shia country"but let's take it step by step,ONE PRISON AT THE TIME
LOL! YES I think it'll be a great success, but I have a better idea! "then I turned moroccos to shias (SECRETLY)" loool.. in that way u won't get tortured...........
ShahHussain, on 30 July 2010 - 10:14 PM, said:
I'm not sure if I should mention this sister, (as I don't relish having your torture on my hands) but there's this website,based in pakistan I think,where they sell copies of 'then i was guided' for less than £1.I think they have the arabic one as well. Now since you seem to have grown bored of freedoms sweet sweet nectar,and wish to tast the bitterness of imprisonment first hand, ill do my best to find the website, maybe send you a little bit of money to get the ball rolling.
have you thought of a film? Those wrongfull imprisonment films are quite good,it will also pave to way for a successful writting career.
You realise when people search the internet for then I was guided,and this comes up,they're going to think this site is full of nutters,or steal this idea.
That 'camel hump' does sound like a lot of work,I was gonna try it myslef tomorrow,but I think I'd need some help to fix it up. Do they really look down on girls from Iran, because I saw some women,they must have beem tourists from saudi or somewhere,walking down the street with loads of make up on,but it looked like it was the first time they put it on,they looked like clowns,it was slightly frightening, all this bright red lipstick, really unevenly and loosely applied,I could have done a better job
I bet the women r Kuwaiti!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
and yah I like the movie idea.. I'm so into movies! I want to write my own.. SOON INSHALLAH! I'll def invite u for my premier
PS.. make a movie and we'll be two rich Arabs!
Proud Shiite, on 31 July 2010 - 01:05 AM, said:
"then I was guided"was the first book I read of Tijani's,I had borrowed it back in 2003 before I became Shiite from a very nice Shiite guy,then a little bit over a year after that I decided I wanted my own copy,so I went to a Shia Mosque where I bought other Arabic books before,I looked every where for "Then I was guided"and the Sheikh of the mosque helped me look for it but we couldn't find it,and as I was leaving someting was telling me to go back and look one more time on the shelf to my left so I did and there it was,I could swear I looked on that shelf book by book but it was not there.Anyway I found the English copy and always thought it was a special book as Allah(swt)didn't want me to go empty handed.I don't know why I'm telling you this,but there at least something for you to read tomorrow,when you check this topic In sha Allah.Sweet a film too
?But wait how would I make a film if I'm underground
?As for my writing career ,ahh,all the thinking and imagination when you have nothing to look at but 4 walls
I can see it right now from my room
. I'm thinking if it's gonna be another hot day!!
lool u know I never read the book.. I had it somewhere..........
I'm thinking food today was *sigh* not that ok.. al7amdulilah.. but yah wasn't good.. I want a chef.. for real!!!! I'm thinking how nice would it be to have a turkish chef who can make italian food 2!!!!!! ooooooo I'll be in heaven!