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5a49 last won the day on January 9 2014

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  1. you changed your name and you unregistered.  That bad?

  2. So basically you are saying Coca Cola company named the company Coca Cola to be La Muhammad La Makka? Because it has nothing to do with the logo, if you get the word Coca Cola and put it infant of a mirror it will seem so, nothing to do with the logo. Second, if you want it to seem that way, then it Says "L Muhammad L Makka" where is the Alef in LA? More over where is the D in Muhammad? There are companies who are known to be against Islam or that support israel..but to bury yourself with conspiracy theories..please save it..waste of time..its called "theory" for a reason..no dear, go for facts..
  3. Akhhhh akhhh.. our Ummah gets busy with conspiracy theories, while there is an actual war going on...
  4. No one said Bashar al Assads regime is a just one, and no one said he had a good regime, and that it wasn't full of corruption. But how do we know that it wasn't the army men that wanted to defect, are the ones who shot at them, in order to spark fury in between people? Or maybe even if it was an order from within the political system, again no one said al Baath party is a just party. But as I said before, it was never about Bashar al Assad, or his government, or Baath party. It is about the Syrian land, and what it holds connection between countries.
  5. Presidency is for Syrian people to choose. But my point is, at this moment, if there was Bashar al Assad, or there was no one. How would it change anything? Like let us say, he got killed, or he escaped, or whatever it was, would it change anything? There is a huge war in Syria, with people all over the world fighting, and the war is about a bigger issue than Bashar al Assad and Syria, it is about power of the worlds. Yes it started with an excuse of "Bashar al Assad" but its not for the "person of who he is". Yes we do support the guy also not for the man he is, because for the man he is, he isnt a very just person, but alteast for his foreign political views. But to tell me people are dying in battle fields because of him? Of course not. Even Nusra and ISIS and even FSA know its not about Bashar al Assad anymore. It is something bigger and greater than that issue. The whole "Arab Spring" wasnt about presidents or political systems. It was about shifting power.
  6. friends smoking marijuana

    So you spent time with them while they smoked up? So basically, you got high as well..
  7. haram or not

    Of course its Haram your using another persons data. Data isnt free.
  8. It wouldnt be their first time or their last time. But theyll always be back...Beirut is their sin city
  9. Platonic friendship is a nice theory people like to follow. Unfortunately, doesnt exist
  10. Does it matter anymore? The war is going on, whether Bashar is there or not. So the chair of presidency doesnt stop any war on Syria. Frankly, it has nothing to do with Al-Assad any more.
  11. HAZRAT ABU BAKR

    Forget it, many people just want to read Hadiths, and only get from the Hadiths the suffering of Ahlul Bayt, they never understand the wisdom, or solutions of Ahlul Bayt. More over, many want to imagine in their minds, that when Umar, Abu Bakr, Uthman, and Aisha, were around, that Imam Ali was probably meditating on a hill on another planet and that when problems existed, there was different dimensions between Ahlul Bayt and the so called "sahaba; only so they dont learn or understand the wisdom of Ahlul Bayt or understand events, and how Ahlul Bayt reacted in certain events. But some people learn nothing from Ahlul Bayt except that they were being oppressed, just so they can learn to be angry and furious, and then be unsuccessful and achieve nothing in Islam, or for our current Ummah. While we learn from Ahlul Bayt how to achieve victory and achieve glory while being oppressed, because this is what you ought to learn from Ahlul Bayt in order to do something for your religion, and for the path of Ahlul Bayt that you follow.
  12. I would ask many to stop defending Bashar al Assad and saying he is a great guy and he never did anything wrong, just to feel inner peace in why Hezbollah are in Syria. 1st. Hezbollah arent in Syria defending Bashar al Assad. 2nd. Bashar al Assad is a dictator, and oppressed people, just like most dictators in the Arab and "Islamic" countries. Yes only difference is Bashar al Assad opposed israel, and was one of the minorities that opposes israel. Of course him being a dictator doesnt make him a pure devil as Anti-Assad people like making him seem, but it doesnt make him a pure angel as Pro-Assad make him seem. Both sides need to be realistic. And realize, this war going on in Syria, isnt about Bashar al Assad, it is something bigger than who Assad is, and what Syria is.
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