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  1. What Is Missed My Valentine

    classic and refreshing dear old spriglief, its nice too see an old poet still at it :)
  2. Þáèö ˜çêè

    ہے دل کہ علاقہ میں رواج تمھارا کہ مشیت ہے تمھاری ہوں محتاج تمھارا دھڑکن کی طبیت میں مزاج تمھارا یہاں راج بھی تیرا تخت و تاج تمھارا ہر مرض کا علاج ہّے آواز تمھاری ہے مقبول اس سماج میں انداز تمھارا ان رگوں میں بہتی ہے محبت تمھاری محفوظ ہے یہھاں ہر راز تمھارا یہ دل نہیں ہے قلبِ کاتب یہ کل بھی تمھارا، ہے آج بھی تمھارا کاتب سبزواری
  3. Life

    Crash landing in this world so demanding eyes closed no woes no pressure on the toes cuz in the beginning nobody knows the art of standing The new born so soft so warm so gentle is the handling, then he grows and he crawls and he walks and he talks and he acts so dam* commanding Every moment every minute he learns, yearns to discover how the world is turning, as he toughens and suffers and roughens up he realizes it aint all cake and muffins but its somthin full of suprizes, yea man we aint all cousins and we aint all brothers gotta watch what you utter or you could get a concussion days passing playing and dancing no frustration and goin to school equals getting an education and everything is just a celebration religion seems the entertainment of the older generation and as he matures it occurs to him that life aint as easy as he'd hoped it were, and for what its worth he finds out that death always lurks around the corner like a never ending curse and whats worse is he can imagine himself in the back of a hearse and it hurts him, And then puberty happens and he starts seeing girls in a whole new fashion with a little bit excitement and a lil bit of passion, now hes askin whats this? and whats that ? and why are u laughin? and he has a crush on a girl and calls this attraction love not knowing what it means exactly and hes too worried to tell her cuz hes scared of her reaction and time is still passin not stopping for a second no time out no relaxing. Highschools and colleges and employment and vocation and what is your qualification?, matrimonial commitment Materialistic concentration while he balances social altercations and that’s it hes passed it over the hill 40 plus and he’s still stuck whats the deal? Why are we here? What is the purpose of this circus? just have kids and purchase this worthless material and look satisfied on the surface but inside the person is anxious to find answers to these questions in a religion he isn’t practicing and he isn’t certain what to belive in and for what reason and hes caught in the confusion till hes loosin his condition starting to weaken eaten out by diseases till he ceases breathing…. And that’s life ….
  4. Islamic Iran Presents The New Samand Car

    Look Noose, I AM an admirer, a follower, and suporter Of Imam Khamenei (ha) and I could care less about how you feel about him. So sorry I will not crop this image.
  5. Islamic Iran Presents The New Samand Car

    Salam Mashallah thats a very cool looking car, waffaqahom Allah They should export it to Pakistan ppl would love to buy it. Im curious about its engine specifications and Price range and can somone please tell me what samand and soran means. Khuda hafiz fee amanillah
  6. www.khamenei.ir Pakistani President Meets the Leader February 05, 2007 Speaking at the meeting, which was also attended by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the Leader referred to the many cultural and historical and religious commonalities shared by the two nations of Iran and Pakistan. He called for the utilization of various political and economic capabilities in order to further expand the bilateral relations between the two countries. Ayatollah Khamenei described the issue of energy as one of the important issues of the present age and the future. He also hinted at a project to establish a pipeline conveying natural gas from Iran to the Indian Subcontinent. “Iran is a country that is also rich in gas resources, and we would like our Muslim brethren, including the nation of Pakistan, to benefit from the natural resources of the Islamic Republic of Iran,” Ayatollah Khamenei told the Pakistani president. Further in his statements, the Leader of the Islamic Republic noted that concord and harmony is the most urgent requirement of the Islamic world. He referred to the fact that the enemies of the Muslim Ummah are trying to further their interests by fomenting discord and schism among Muslims. Ayatollah Khamenei also pointed out that the Zionist occupier regime has been established by the arrogant powers with the intention of creating lasting discord in the Islamic world. He added that Israel has so far been a major factor causing schism in the Muslim Ummah, and that it will continue with the same policy in the future as well. The Leader referred to the support extended by the United States and Britain to the Zionist regime as contributing to the continuation of Zionist crimes against the oppressed Palestinian people. “Any plan for the Middle East region will be successful only when it stops the U.S. bullying in the region and puts an end to Zionist crimes,” the Leader observed. Ayatollah Khamenei stated that solving the Palestinian issue requires paying attention to the realities in the region. “Israel’s weakness which was exposed through the 33-day war in Lebanon, the Muslim nations’ hatred for the Zionist regime and the United States and the Palestinian nation and Hamas government’s resistance against the Zionists are among the realities that help to gain an insight into the Palestinian issue and find a solution to this issue,” Ayatollah Khamenei noted. Elsewhere in his remarks, the Leader of the Islamic Republic stated that the creation of sectarian and religious discord among Muslims is one of the plots hatched by the enemies of Islam. “This dangerous plot is currently being carried out in Iraq and certain other countries, and it is incumbent on the Islamic countries and Muslim nations to foil the aliens in their plot through their unity and concord and vigilance,” the Leader remarked. Ayatollah Khamenei further stated that what is of value is a just peace. Referring to the fact that the power of nations is the decisive factor with respect to different issues, he noted that this power is displayed not only at the time of confrontations, but that there are also various spheres and arenas in which the strong will and firm intention and power of nations are manifested. Pakistani President Parvez Musharraf, also speaking at the meeting, said that his visit to Tehran has been aimed at strengthening the relations between the two countries and exploring the condition of the region and the Islamic world. Referring to the historical and cultural and religious commonalities of the two countries, he called for the further expansion of bilateral relations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and his country. President Musharraf further voiced great pleasure over the agreement reached between the two countries concerning a pricing formula for Iran’s natural gas. He expressed the hope that the operations to lay a pipeline called the Peace Pipeline conveying Iran’s natural gas to the subcontinent would get underway in the near future. The Pakistani president also expressed his country’s views on the condition of the Islamic world and the region. He described as necessary the cooperation among Islamic countries aimed at solving existing problems and restoring peace and stability.
  7. >by Arash Norouzi > >Global Research, January 20, 2007 >Information Clearing House > >Across the world, a dangerous rumor has spread that could have >catastrophic implications. According to legend, Iran's President has >threatened to destroy Israel, or, to quote the misquote, "Israel must be >wiped off the map". Contrary to popular belief, this statement was never >made, as this article will prove. > >BACKGROUND: > >On Tuesday, October 25th, 2005 at the Ministry of Interior conference hall >in Tehran, newly elected Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad delivered a >speech at a program, reportedly attended by thousands, titled "The World >Without Zionism". Large posters surrounding him displayed this title >prominently in English, obviously for the benefit of the international >press. Below the poster's title was a slick graphic depicting an hour >glass containing planet Earth at its top. Two small round orbs >representing the United States and Israel are shown falling through the >hour glass' narrow neck and crashing to the bottom. > >Before we get to the infamous remark, it's important to note that the >"quote" in question was itself a quote— they are the words of the late >Ayatollah Khomeini, the father of the Islamic Revolution. Although he >quoted Khomeini to affirm his own position on Zionism, the actual words >belong to Khomeini and not Ahmadinejad. Thus, Ahmadinejad has essentially >been credited (or blamed) for a quote that is not only unoriginal, but >represents a viewpoint already in place well before he ever took office. > >THE ACTUAL QUOTE: > >So what did Ahmadinejad actually say? To quote his exact words in farsi: >"Imam ghoft een rezhim-e ishghalgar-e qods bayad az safheh-ye ruzgar mahv >shavad." > >That passage will mean nothing to most people, but one word might ring a >bell: rezhim-e. It is the word "Regime", pronounced just like the English >word with an extra "eh" sound at the end. Ahmadinejad did not refer to >Israel the country or Israel the land mass, but the Israeli regime. This >is a vastly significant distinction, as one cannot wipe a regime off the >map. Ahmadinejad does not even refer to Israel by name, he instead uses >the specific phrase "rezhim-e ishghalgar-e qods" (regime occupying >Jerusalem). > >So this raises the question.. what exactly did he want "wiped from the >map"? The answer is: nothing. That's because the word "map" was never >used. The Persian word for map, "nagsheh", is not contained anywhere in >his original farsi quote, or, for that matter, anywhere in his entire >speech. Nor was the western phrase "wipe out" ever said. Yet we are led to >believe that Iran's President threatened to "wipe Israel off the map", >despite never having uttered the words "map", "wipe out" or even "Israel". > >THE PROOF: > >The full quote translated directly to English: > >"The Imam said this regime occupying Jerusalem must vanish from the page >of time". > >Word by word translation: > >Imam (Khomeini) ghoft (said) een (this) rezhim-e (regime) ishghalgar- e >(occupying) qods (Jerusalem) bayad (must) az safheh-ye ruzgar (from page >of time) mahv shavad (vanish from). > >Here is the full transcript of the speech in farsi, archived on > >www.president.ir/farsi/ahmadinejad/speeches/1384/ >aban-84/840804sahyonizm.htm > >THE SPEECH AND CONTEXT: > >While the false "wiped off the map" extract has been repeated infinitely >without verification, Ahmadinejad's actual speech itself has been almost >entirely ignored. Given the importance placed on the "map" comment, it >would be sensible to present his words in their full context to get a >fuller understanding of his position. In fact, by looking at the entire >speech, there is a clear, logical trajectory leading up to his call for a >"world without Zionism". One may disagree with his reasoning, but critical >appraisals are infeasible without first knowing what that reasoning is. > >In his speech, Ahmadinejad declares that Zionism is the West's apparatus >of political oppression against Muslims. He says the "Zionist regime" was >imposed on the Islamic world as a strategic bridgehead to ensure >domination of the region and its assets. Palestine, he insists, is the >frontline of the Islamic world's struggle with American hegemony, and its >fate will have repercussions for the entire Middle East. > >Ahmadinejad acknowledges that the removal of America's powerful grip on >the region via the Zionists may seem unimaginable to some, but reminds the >audience that, as Khomeini predicted, other seemingly invincible empires >have disappeared and now only exist in history books. He then proceeds to >list three such regimes that have collapsed, crumbled or vanished, all >within the last 30 years: > >(1) The Shah of Iran- the U.S. installed monarch > >(2) The Soviet Union >(3) Iran's former arch-enemy, Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein > >In the first and third examples, Ahmadinejad prefaces their mention with >Khomeini's own words foretelling that individual regime's demise. He >concludes by referring to Khomeini's unfulfilled wish: "The Imam said this >regime occupying Jerusalem must vanish from the page of time. This >statement is very wise". This is the passage that has been isolated, >twisted and distorted so famously. By measure of comparison, Ahmadinejad >would seem to be calling for regime change, not war. > >THE ORIGIN: > >One may wonder: where did this false interpretation originate? Who is >responsible for the translation that has sparked such worldwide >controversy? The answer is surprising. > >The inflammatory "wiped off the map" quote was first disseminated not by >Iran's enemies, but by Iran itself. The Islamic Republic News Agency, >Iran's official propaganda arm, used this phrasing in the English version >of some of their news releases covering the World Without Zionism >conference. International media including the BBC, Al Jazeera, Time >magazine and countless others picked up the IRNA quote and made headlines >out of it without verifying its accuracy, and rarely referring to the >source. Iran's Foreign Minister soon attempted to clarify the statement, >but the quote had a life of its own. Though the IRNA wording was >inaccurate and misleading, the media assumed it was true, and besides, it >made great copy. > >Amid heated wrangling over Iran's nuclear program, and months of >continuous, unfounded accusations against Iran in an attempt to rally >support for preemptive strikes against the country, the imperialists had >just been handed the perfect raison d'être to invade. To the war hawks, >it was a gift from the skies. > >It should be noted that in other references to the conference, the IRNA's >translation changed. For instance, "map" was replaced with "earth". In >some articles it was "The Qods occupier regime should be eliminated from >the surface of earth", or the similar "The Qods occupying regime must be >eliminated from the surface of earth". The inconsistency of the IRNA's >translation should be evidence enough of the unreliability of the source, >particularly when transcribing their news from Farsi into the English >language. > >THE REACTION: > >The mistranslated "wiped off the map" quote attributed to Iran's President >has been spread worldwide, repeated thousands of times in international >media, and prompted the denouncements of numerous world leaders. Virtually >every major and minor media outlet has published or broadcast this false >statement to the masses. Big news agencies such as The Associated Press >and Reuters refer to the misquote, literally, on an almost daily basis. > >Following news of Iran's remark, condemnation was swift. British Prime >Minister Tony Blair expressed "revulsion" and implied that it might be >necessary to attack Iran. U.N. chief Kofi Annan cancelled his scheduled >trip to Iran due to the controversy. Ariel Sharon demanded that Iran be >expelled from the United Nations for calling for Israel's destruction. >Shimon Peres, more than once, threatened to wipe Iran off the map. More >recently, Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu, who has warned that Iran is >"preparing another holocaust for the Jewish state" is calling for >Ahmadinejad to be tried for war crimes for inciting genocide. > >The artificial quote has also been subject to additional alterations. U.S. >officials and media often take the liberty of dropping the "map" reference >altogether, replacing it with the more acutely threatening phrase "wipe >Israel off the face of the earth". Newspaper and magazine articles >dutifully report Ahmadinejad has "called for the destruction of Israel", >as do senior officials in the United States government. > >President George W. Bush said the comments represented a "specific threat" >to destroy Israel. In a March 2006 speech in Cleveland, Bush vowed he >would resort to war to protect Israel from Iran, because, "..the threat >from Iran is, of course, their stated objective to destroy our strong ally >Israel." Former Presidential advisor Richard Clarke told Australian TV >that Iran "talks openly about destroying Israel", and insists, "The >President of Iran has said repeatedly that he wants to wipe Israel off the >face of the earth". In an October 2006 interview with Amy Goodman, former >UN Weapons Inspector Scott Ritter referred to Ahmadinejad as "the idiot >that comes out and says really stupid, vile things, such as, 'It is the >goal of Iran to wipe Israel off the face of the earth' ". The consensus is >clear. > >Confusing matters further, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad pontificates rather than >give a direct answer when questioned about the statement, such as in Lally >Weymouth's Washington Post interview in September 2006: > >"Are you really serious when you say that Israel should be wiped off the >face of the Earth? > >We need to look at the scene in the Middle East — 60 years of war, 60 >years of displacement, 60 years of conflict, not even a day of peace. Look >at the war in Lebanon, the war in Gaza — what are the reasons for these >conditions? We need to address and resolve the root problem. > >Your suggestion is to wipe Israel off the face of the Earth? > >Our suggestion is very clear:... Let the Palestinian people decide their >fate in a free and fair referendum, and the result, whatever it is, should >be accepted.... The people with no roots there are now ruling the land. > >You've been quoted as saying that Israel should be wiped off the face of >the Earth. Is that your belief? > >What I have said has made my position clear. If we look at a map of the >Middle East from 70 years ago... > >So, the answer is yes, you do believe that it should be wiped off the face >of the Earth? > >Are you asking me yes or no? Is this a test? Do you respect the right to >self-determination for the Palestinian nation? Yes or no? Is Palestine, as >a nation, considered a nation with the right to live under humane >conditions or not? Let's allow those rights to be enforced for these 5 >million displaced people." > >The exchange is typical of Ahmadinejad's interviews with the American >media. Predictably, both Mike Wallace of 60 Minutes and CNN's Anderson >Cooper asked if he wants to "wipe Israel off the map". As usual, the >question is thrown back in the reporter's face with his standard "Don't >the Palestinians have rights?, etc." retort (which is never directly >answered either). Yet he never confirms the "map" comment to be true. This >did not prevent Anderson Cooper from referring to earlier portions of his >interview after a commercial break and lying, "as he said earlier, he >wants Israel wiped off the map". > >Even if every media outlet in the world were to retract the mistranslated >quote tomorrow, the major damage has already been done, providing the >groundwork for the next phase of disinformation: complete character >demonization. Ahmadinejad, we are told, is the next Hitler, a grave threat >to world peace who wants to bring about a new Holocaust. According to some >detractors, he not only wants to destroy Israel, but after that, he will >nuke America, and then Europe! An October 2006 memo titled Words of Hate: >Iran's Escalating Threats released by the powerful Israeli lobby group >AIPAC opens with the warning, "Ahmadinejad and other top Iranian leaders >are issuing increasingly belligerent statements threatening to destroy the >United States, Europe and Israel." These claims not only fabricate an >unsubstantiated threat, but assume far more power than he actually >possesses. Alarmists would be better off monitoring the statements of the >ultra-conservative Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, who holds the most >power in Iran. > >As Iran's U.N. Press Officer, M.A. Mohammadi, complained to The Washington >Post in a June 2006 letter: > >"It is not amazing at all, the pick-and-choose approach of highlighting >the misinterpreted remarks of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in >October and ignoring this month's remarks by Iran's supreme leader, >Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, that "We have no problem with the world. We are >not a threat whatsoever to the world, and the world knows it. We will >never start a war. We have no intention of going to war with any state." > >The Israeli government has milked every drop of the spurious quote to its >supposed advantage. In her September 2006 address to the United Nations >General Assembly, Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni accused Iran of >working to nuke Israel and bully the world: "They speak proudly and openly >of their desire to 'wipe Israel off the map.' And now, by their actions, >they pursue the weapons to achieve this objective to imperil the region >and threaten the world." > >Addressing the threat in December, a fervent Prime Minister Ehud Olmert >inadvertently disclosed that his country already possesses nuclear >weapons: "We have never threatened any nation with annihilation. Iran, >openly, explicitly and publicly threatens to wipe Israel off the map. Can >you say that this is the same level, when they are aspiring to have >nuclear weapons, as America, France, Israel, Russia?" > >MEDIA IRRESPONSIBILITY: > >On December 13, 2006, more than a year after The World Without Zionism >conference, two leading Israeli newspapers, The Jerusalem Post and >Haaretz, published reports of a renewed threat from Ahmadinejad. The >Jerusalem Post's headline was Ahmadinejad: Israel will be 'wiped out', >while Haaretz posted the title Ahmadinejad at Holocaust conference: Israel >will 'soon be wiped out'. > >Where did they get their information? It turns out that both papers, like >most American and western media, rely heavily on write ups by news wire >services such as the Associated Press and Reuters as a source for their >articles. Sure enough, their sources are in fact December 12th articles by >Reuter's Paul Hughes [iran president says Israel's days are numbered], and >the AP's Ali Akbar Dareini [iran President: Israel Will be wiped out]. > >The first five paragraphs of the Haaretz article, credited to "Haaretz >Service and Agencies", are plagiarized almost 100% from the first five >paragraphs of the Reuters piece. The only difference is that Haaretz >changed "the Jewish state" to "Israel" in the second paragraph, otherwise >they are identical. > >The Jerusalem Post article by Herb Keinon pilfers from both the Reuters >and AP stories. Like Haaretz, it uses the following Ahmadinejad quote >without attribution: ["Just as the Soviet Union was wiped out and today >does not exist, so will the Zionist regime soon be wiped out," he added]. >Another passage apparently relies on an IRNA report: > >"The Zionist regime will be wiped out soon the same way the Soviet Union >was, and humanity will achieve freedom," Ahmadinejad said at Tuesday's >meeting with the conference participants in his offices, according to >Iran's official news agency, IRNA. > >He said elections should be held among "Jews, Christians and Muslims so >the population of Palestine can select their government and destiny for >themselves in a democratic manner." > >Once again, the first sentence above was wholly plagiarized from the AP >article. The second sentence was also the same, except "He called for >elections" became "He said elections should be held..". > >It gets more interesting: > >The quote used in the original AP article and copied in The Jerusalem Post >article supposedly derives from the IRNA. If true, this can easily be >checked. Care to find out? Go to: www.irna.ir/en/news/view/ >menu-234/0612134902101231.htm > >There you will discover the actual IRNA quote was: > >"As the Soviet Union disappeared, the Zionist regime will also vanish and >humanity will be liberated". > >Compare this to the alleged IRNA quote reported by the Associated Press: > >"The Zionist regime will be wiped out soon the same way the Soviet Union >was, and humanity will achieve freedom". > >In the IRNA's actual report, the Zionist regime will vanish just as the >Soviet Union disappeared. Vanish. Disappear. In the dishonest AP version, >the Zionist regime will be "wiped out". And how will it be wiped out? "The >same way the Soviet Union was". Rather than imply a military threat or >escalation in rhetoric, this reference to Russia actually validates the >intended meaning of Ahmadinejad's previous misinterpreted anti-Zionist >statements. > >What has just been demonstrated is irrefutable proof of media manipulation >and propaganda in action. The AP deliberately alters an IRNA quote to >sound more threatening. The Israeli media not only repeats the fake quote >but also steals the original authors' words. The unsuspecting public reads >this, forms an opinion and supports unnecessary wars of aggression, >presented as self defense, based on the misinformation. > >This scenario mirrors the kind of false claims that led to the illegal >U.S. invasion of Iraq, a war now widely viewed as a catastrophic mistake. >And yet the Bush administration and the compliant corporate media continue >to marinate in propaganda and speculation about attacking Iraq's much >larger and more formidable neighbor, Iran. Most of this rests on the >unproven assumption that Iran is building nuclear weapons, and the lie >that Iran has vowed to physically destroy Israel. Given its scope and >potentially disastrous outcome, all this amounts to what is arguably the >rumor of the century.
  8. Islamabad Airport Suicide Bomb Hurts 2

    We seem to be going down hill as far as peace and security is concerned all acoss the globe. May the All Mighty have mercy on us.
  9. Iran Between Rhetoric And Action

    Ahsant bro dj I couldent have said it better myself. Its also important to note who the writer ( Marwan Al Kabalan, Special to Gulf News) of the artical is to judge its accuracy and political intent.
  10. Karbala

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  11. Shayarie-fazeelat-e-ahlulbayt(a.s)kee

    Mashallah MOHIB E AHLAYBAIT bahaut pyari contributions karrahay hain Yay aik qasidah Mola kee shan main Maan lay aal ko too kamil insaan kee tarha Boo zar o kumbar o miqdad , salman kee tarha Apnay jaisay na samjna inhay bhoolay say kahin Shikm e maadar may bhee rahnay ko yay mohtaaj nahin Maaow kee godh may aatay hain yay quraan kee tarha (jo kahtay hain humaaray jaisay hain Ali) Fatima bint e asad jaisi koi maa tow dikha Jiss kee tazeem ko phut jaaaye deevar e kaa’ba Dhoondh kay laow koi baap bhi Imran kee tarha Maan lay aal ko too kamil insaan kee tarha
  12. Seeing God

    بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم ما رأيتكَ I haven’t seen you لكنّني أراء من فضلكَ But I see through your grace تراني دائما You see me perpetually أبداً لن أراكَ Never will I see you بل يراك قلبي But my heart sees you في الارض و السماءِ In the earth and the sky في البرّ و البحرِ In the oceans and the land في القمر و النجمِ In the moon and the stars في النعمة و البلاءِ In blessings and affliction في الحزن و الرجاءِ In sadness and hope ما رأى قلبي سواكَ My heart hasn’t seen anything but you كل رؤية, رؤية اللهِ God in every vision every sight every view
  13. Shayarie-fazeelat-e-ahlulbayt(a.s)kee

  14. Inna lillah wa inna ileyhi Rajioon Please recite Fatiha for the shuhada The death toll was over 16 shaheed last time I checked I think around 60 injured, It is probable that many of these injured are in critical condition and will probably pass aswell. May Allah curse the nation of opressors, and the enemies of ahle bayt! Labbaik Ya Hussain!! AL AJAL YA IMAM AZ ZAMAN!!
  15. Muharram (rhymes)

    (He named you Abbas ... ) Mashallah, a very beautiful poem filled with detail, Imagery and outsanding word choice.