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  1. like 2 request u 2 create a web page for ziarat e muqamaat-e- muqadasa in IRAN,IRAQ,SHAAM.KAKKAH,MADINA with sime historical details.

    appreciate ur efforts

  2. Salam,

    What do you mean by hating fake people? Lol, do you mean fake people as in people made of plastic?

  3. SALAMUN ALAIKUM WARAHMATUL LAAH

    HOW R U &FAMILY? WISHING U A VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY.

    IN SOFT GLEAMING NIGHT OF STARS

    MAY ALL UR DREAMS COM TRUE

    MAY EVERY STAR OF EVERY NIGHT

    BRING LOV N JOY 2 U

    HAPPY B'DAY 2 U...

    """LIVE LIKE ALI DIE LIKE HUSAIN

  4. salam, salawat bar

    Mohammad wa Aalay Mohammad

    may Allah bless you on your birthday

  5. salam bro..

    786-110

    what doa it mean.

    i saw it in one o ur posts.

    first is bismillah il ra7man il raheem but the next?

    thnx

  6. IF IM SEEING YOU ON FRIDAY IM BRINGIN YOU YOUR JAFFA CAKES!!

  7. Tuesday, August 15, 2006 · Last updated 11:22 a.m. PT Palestinians being named after Hezbollah By DIAA HADID ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip -- Nahed Ghurani worried that naming his new son Hezbollah might cause the boy problems when he grows up. But young Hezbollah Ghurani won't be the only Palestinian in this predicament. In a spasm of celebration for Hezbollah's monthlong battle against Israel, many parents in Gaza City have named their children after the Islamic militant group and its leader, Sheik Hassan Nasrallah. In Gaza City's Shifa Hospital, six Palestinian women have named their babies Hassan, Nasrallah, or Hassan Nasrallah, according to maternity records from when fighting began July 12 to when a cease-fire took effect Monday. About half a dozen more named their babies Hezbollah, Beirut, or Promise - after the name of the military campaign Hezbollah staged against Israel, "The True Promise," records showed. In Gaza, as in many parts of the Arab and Muslim world, Nasrallah has seen his popularity rise dramatically by holding his own against the region's most powerful army. Ghurani, the new father and a wealthy Palestinian fruit importer, said his wife gave birth before hostilities began, but they didn't name their child until the fighting was at full pitch. "My wife wanted to call the baby Nasrallah, but I wanted Hezbollah - to commemorate the entire resistance," he said smiling. "My friends said with this name he won't be able to work, or travel abroad. I have business in Israel as well - but you know, there is a nationalist spirit in me," he said. Ghurani said he also tried to change his 6-year-old son's name from Islam to Nasrallah, but "couldn't find the right papers." "The next son - we'll call him Ahmadinejad," Ghurani said, in honor of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who has called for the complete annihilation of Israel. Nasrallah means "Victory of God" in Arabic, and some Palestinian women think that's exactly what happened in the recent war. "It's a hope for victory that encourages women to do this," maternity ward nurse Fiza Zaanin said. "Just like when women named their children Saddam when he promised to destroy Israel," she explained, referring to ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein who launched missiles at Israel during the first Gulf War. Her own neighbor named her son Hassan Nasrallah, she said. But local traditions, Zaanin said, prevented more women from naming their babies after the Hezbollah leader. "Normally people wait for a great leader to die. When Sheikh Ahmed Yassin died, almost all the women giving birth that day called their sons Ahmed, Yassin or Sheik Ahmed, to immortalize the Hamas leader," she said.
  8. This is good, because in politics he is the scale for truth and falsehood, and what he says is truth is always the opposite. Keep it up GW.
  9. Ali Imrans first post : :P:D :lol: Ali Imrans middle post : :):angel: Ali Imrans most recent post: :mad:
  10. With this the thread is closed.
  11. It was always used as a place of pilgrimage for the believers, although the pagans placed idols in there prior the coming of the Final Messenger (pbuh), also now it is guarded by demons but nevertheless it is as sacred now as it was before Adam (as) built it.
  12. Any more insults and this thread will be closed, and the perps warned.
  13. (bismillah) (salam) Please ignore what I said about the flags, it has come to my attention that the organizers and certain people there will cause a fracas if we do, so I done a khira and it was abominable to do so, so no flags. Wassalaam
  14. al- ummiyyi is in the Quran and it means he is from ummal qurah not that he was illiterate.
  15. I think people are getting fed up with Zion, they dont control all the media I dont think.