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Laayla last won the day on September 9 2012

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  1. Allama Mutahari on Palestine

    Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum Brother @Noah- God bless you brother. I hope you have a change of heart. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  2. Men in the West are becoming Feminized

    @Dearborn boys Stop waxing your eyebrows. You look disgusting. Be a man! Not a pansy! M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  3. Criticize the user above you

    Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum I don't understand brother Hasanhh's style of writing. I wish he would explain some of his posts (commentary) by what he means. God bless him and Insh'Allah I hear good news from him soon about marriage behaq Mohammad wa ahli Mohammad. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  4. Ayatollah Shirazi's Son is arrested

    @zainabamy Assalam Alikum Sister, I hope you are well and in good health. Please follow up, unless you choose to ignore. Sayyida Fatimah az zahra has the ability to move mountains with her du32s, why didn't she proceed and invoke Allah's wrath on 3mar? What was the wisdom or her reason from not doing so? M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  5. Rolex or Lamborghini

    Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum I would decline the gift. I'm not for sale. M3 Salamah, Fe Amin Allah
  6. Bismehe Ta3ala, We follow the school of Ahulbayt and not what Naik, a nasibi, believes in.
  7. Would you marry her?

    ^^^ Please do not compare women to meat. I'm sure you have female relatives. We are precious jewels. A better comparison is pearls, diamonds, and gems. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  8. Would you marry her?

    Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum The "would you marry..." threads always entertaining and full of drama. *Grabs a bag of popcorn* I'll call it, this thread will most likely reach 10 pages. Lol M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  9. Why God Does Not Need a Cause?

    Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum This is a reply from a sister who is unregistered. Not sure if she wants to be identified. But below is her response. @aqeelfair4u You can answer him that the fact god doesnt need a cause is what makes him God in the first place It is why he's the only being that deserves to be worshipped He is the Creator and everything else is his creation M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  10. In the streets of Baghdad, over 1,000 posters on billboards. It says, Murderer A person like me can never pay allegiance to a person like him. God bless our Iraqi brothers and sisters. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  11. i dont like living

    Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum Sister Wake up and say thank you ya Allah. Pray on time. Have a relationship with Quran and know who are the Ahulbayt. Look into the life of Sayyida Fatymah al Zahra. You need to take the first step. When Allah sees you are making the effort to seek closeness to Him, you will see your life starting to change. Stay away from haram this includes listening to music, watching haram and use everyday as an opportunity to do good works. Effort must be made in order to see change. Staying at home, on the phone, on social media will take you no where except being more miserable. Detox, go out and have relationships with people and hold conversations. Get out of the box you are in right now, and do someone new, out of the routine. Why do you hate this world sister? You are young and this is the best opportunity to use your youth for having the energy to fast. We are in the month of Rajab, and today is Amir al mo2ineen's birthday. Fast to clease your body and recite the duas of Rajab. You take one foot towards Allah, and Allah will help and guide you. The key word is you need to take the effort first. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  12. Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum. I hope the Iraqis will have a huge protest in Najaf against M bin Salman visit to Najaf. None of the scholars in Najaf should sit with this tyrant. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah IRAQ PULSE Saudi Arabia looks to expand its footprint in Iraq Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2018/03/iraq-saudi-basra-najaf.html#ixzz5BIMa14jK Following Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's two visits to Saudi Arabia last year, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is set to visit Iraq soon, according to Iraqi parliamentarian Saadoun al-Dulaimi. Although neither Riyadh nor Baghdad have officially announced the visit, Dulaimi said in a March 12 tweet that Prince Mohammed will spend two days in Iraq, first meeting with Abadi in Baghdad to "sign agreements," followed by a visit to Najaf to meet religious leaders. Saudi Arabia was scheduled to reopen its consulate in the oil-rich city of Basra, which is adjacent to Iran, in March, but this was delayed for administrative reasons. Some reports say that Mohammed may open the consulates in Basra and Najaf, the Shiite religious center that is home to top Shiite clerics, during his upcoming visit to Iraq. Meanwhile, the Saudi Embassy in Iraq is in the process of setting up the consulate office at the Sheraton Hotel in Basra. The consulate was closed in 1990 in the wake of the Gulf crisis that erupted during the regime of Saddam Hussein, and remained closed as a result of tensions in Saudi-Iraqi relations. The Saudi kingdom opened a consulate in Erbil, the capital of the semi-autonomous Kurdistan Region of Iraq, in early 2016. The decisions to expand Saudi Arabia’s diplomatic representation in Iraq come as part of a broader framework to strengthen the official political relations between the two governments. Saudi Arabia is seeking to establish economic and social bridges between the two countries in various fields. Abdul Rahman al-Shahri, head of the Saudi delegation responsible for the establishment of the consulate in Basra, said that these measures are carried out to “provide services and incentives to both religious pilgrims and economic delegations between the two countries.” Abdul Aziz al-Shammari, Saudi ambassador to Iraq, said in a statement in January, “Saudi Arabia is mostly interested in developing relations between the two countries in all areas that serve their aspirations.” In late February, a friendly soccer game was held between Saudi Arabia and Iraq in the city of Basra, the first between the two countries in three decades. The game was attended by Saudi delegations and a large crowd of Iraqi fans. The media office of Abadi said in a statement March 5 that the prime minister had received a phone call from Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, in which the latter pledged to build a soccer stadium in Baghdad for 100,000 spectators. It was later announced that Saudi Arabia would increase the number of seats to 135,000. The statement said that “King Salman expressed his readiness and commitment to expand the positive relations between Iraq and Saudi Arabia at the economic, commercial, popular and cultural levels, as well as all levels of interest to both countries.” Saudi companies, most recently the Saudi Basic Industries Corporation, one of the world's leading petrochemicals companies, have been opening offices in Baghdad and Basra to expand economic exchange between the two countries. Saudi Arabia is focusing its attention on Basra because it is the richest city in Iraq with the country's largest oil fields and gateway to the Persian Gulf. It is also the most populous city after Baghdad, is adjacent to the Iranian border and home to an overwhelming majority of Shiites who share the same tribal and ethnic origins with Saudi tribes. In addition, many Saudi and Basra families are linked through marriage. Saudi Arabia is also receiving Shiite figures who are viewed as independent of Iran. These include Sadrist movement leader Muqtada al-Sadr, who visited Saudi Arabia last year and met with King Salman and Prince Mohammed. He was warmly received amid much fanfare. Saudi news sites, most notably Al-Arabiya, are refraining from criticizing supreme Shiite cleric Ali al-Sistani, because his views are independent from those of Tehran and has broad influence among Iraqi Shiites. All this has been a matter of concern for Iran, which has allegedly mobilized parties to raise banners in Basra condemning the opening of the Saudi Consulate and the various economic and sporting activities. The State of Law Coalition led by former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, who is close to Iran, opposes Saudi Arabia's opening of a consulate in Najaf. Iraq is seemingly determined to pursue rapprochement and cooperation with Saudi Arabia, and is organizing regular visits by political, economic and media delegations. These included Abadi’s visit to Saudi Arabia last October, during which the memorandum of establishment of the Saudi-Iraqi Coordination Council was signed to develop relations between the two countries. Interior Minister Qasim al-Araji also visited Saudi Arabia last year, and Abadi insisted on receiving Saudi delegations even if they were not high level. In February, for instance, he received the Saudi media delegation that visited Iraq at the invitation of the Iraqi Journalists Union. In October, Saudi Arabia resumed its flights to Iraq after 27 years, and it opened in October 2017 its border crossing in southern Iraq to expand economic travel and increase tourist and religious travel between the two sides. The first initiatives to expand relations between the two countries were directly sponsored by the United States with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson attending the meeting of the establishment of the Saudi-Iraqi Coordination Council in Riyadh in October. The Iraqi-Saudi rapprochement appears to take place in the context of the new US policy that followed the support garnered by President Donald Trump from the US allies in the region to form a united front to counter Iran's rise in the Middle East. Saudi Arabia has seemingly made great progress in achieving rapprochement with Iraq and expanding its areas of influence within the last year. Such rapprochement is likely to get stronger should Abadi manage to keep his seat for another term in the elections scheduled for May. Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2018/03/iraq-saudi-basra-najaf.html#ixzz5BIMPy7Ej
  13. Bismhe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum Our brothers and sisters in Yemen say Al mawt. Why don't you point the finger at them? US Senate blocks move to end involvement in Yemen https://www.defensenews.com/congress/2018/03/20/us-senate-blocks-move-to-end-involvement-in-yemen-55-44/ The Yemenis are dying from starvation, cholera, and having their homes bombed by House of Saud and US supporting this war, and you are asking why Iranians say marg bar? How easy for you to comment on how uncomfortable it makes you feel for countries who chant slogans against America. Make the same effort in your circles to explain why. I honor the Americans who care for humanity and mobilize to end the war in Yemen. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  14. Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum Please if anyone has an email or a way to contact her, please ask her if you can pass me her information. What happened? Is Starlight okay? M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah