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Zuljenah

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    *It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live.*
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  1. Posting again.. as requested by HR! Well, I've met a lot of ShiaChatters. I actually met more ShiaChatters when I briefly visited London in 2005 than I did when I lived there for 2.5 years! I've met ShiaChatters in London, Canada, the US and Australia. I don't think any of the ones I have met are active on ShiaChat anymore.. I can't remember all of their usernames, but just a few were Sweeter than Salsabeel, Path2Felicity, Iman, Bahlool, Baatil ka Kaatil, Curious Infidel. Anyhow, I'm living in upstate NY and am a practicing attorney. I went from doing my graduate degree in Middle Eastern Studies to a law degree, lived in London for a few years, and now I'm back in the states. And yes, Dobby is still alive, alhamdulillah! Don't know why you all are trying to kill off my masoom cat!
  2. Yup! That's my cat! And yes, I remember you!
  3. Who are you? I don't remember an ErikCartman. And yes, my cat is still alive, alhamdulillah. He is 10 years old.
  4. I'm down for a reunion Do we mean like a reunion in the ShiaChat chatroom at a scheduled time? lol Studies and life got in the way, which is why I stopped coming on here as much, and also because the people I liked were posting less and less frequently too. It just wasn't the same anymore. It feels so weird coming on this forum and seeing all these people posting who I don't know. I do remember the good ol' ShiaChat days and think of them fondly. I think I'm pretty much the same person I was back then.. still love animals, even more so now than before The best experience of my life has been volunteering at an elephant sanctuary in Thailand which rescues elephants from the horrific trekking, logging, street begging and circus industries! Don't ever ride an elephant or go to a circus with performing animals!
  5. Salam,

    My ancestors migrated from Bukhara as well. Can you please email me your family shijra tree? My email is syed21188@yahoo.com

    I would love to know more about your family so hopefully I can learn more about mine.

    Thank-you,

    Ahmed Syed

  6. Salam:

    Happy Birthday!

  7. Ummm, are you assuming that I have no problem with the way animals are treated in America or anywhere in this world? I hate the way farm animals are treated. It's cruel, inhumane. Even HALAL butchers around the world treat animals in such a way that our Prophets and Imams would be absolutely disgusted with them. I don't consider most meat that is labeled as "halal" to be halal for just that reason. No one takes the animal's welfare into consideration anymore. Just an example: In India, do you know how cows are transported from auction houses to butcher houses? They have chili pepper put in their eyes if they stop walking... They are forced to walk LONG distances without any water, they are hit, they have pepper put in their eyes... It's just so awful. You can only imagine how the butchering process will go. Saying a prayer before slaughtering an animal in such a cruel manner doesn't make meat halal in my opinion. The way the animal is treated BEFORE and the way it is slaughtered is crucial to its being halal or not. Eh, I disagree with you but whatever. If you think it's ok for Chinese people to eat animals that the rest of the world thinks of as companions to humans, then I just think that's pretty sad.
  8. Well said, Kaka Sahib. Haji 2003, I see what you are trying to say. But also, look at the WAY the Chinese slaughter and kill everything. The way animals are treated in China is beyond disgusting. No Imam would ever approve of the way those poor animals are treated even prior to being killed and during. Also, I believe it should be known by most people that animals have different levels of intelligence. Some animals are far more intelligent than others, such as dolphins. Cats have been domesticated for thousands of years, and have been companions of humans for thousands of years. To eat them the way the Chinese do is just despicable. Would you eat a friend of yours? And dogs, likewise. There are countless articles about how dogs and cats have saved lives of people. Like that one dog who walked MANY miles to get a firetruck to come back to his house that was on fire. Can a PIG do that? Hell NO. It's really not justifiable to eat cats and dogs. Just because something moves, breathes and is living doesn't mean it's meant to be eaten.
  9. Salaam, Sorry for the late reply. Just wanted to say thank you to all of you for the condolences and du'as. I really appreciate it. Thank you. Take care, khoda hafez -Sarah-
  10. Zuljenah

    Anyone LOST?

    So anyone watching season 6?? AMAAAAZING!!!
  11. My cat is not ugly! :angry: No cat is ugly! They are all cute! Someone told me that Dobby got owned on SC, I had to come and defend his honor and pride. It's been a LONG time since I've posted.
  12. Many Many Happy Returns of the Day !

    May Allah Bless you !

    Have a blast.....Enjoy !

  13. salam, salawat bar

    Mohammad wa Aalay Mohammad

    may Allah bless you on your birthday

  14. What happened to our member numbers ?! :angry: I was member number 12, and it's not there anymore ! :cry:
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