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Al A'leemu

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  1. ^ I hardly ever saw any. I mean my ucle is a crazy driver in Iran and he has never had an accident and when your sitting in his car you think he's going to hit into another car or post or something but then he dodges it reallly well...and for me its like :o WOW Everythings a risk in life. :huh:
  2. LOL.... :P ...the 'just jokes' bit saved you :P LOOOOOOL...has to be said, driving in Iran is 'exciting' and horrific but ppl don't often have accidents which means that they do have driving talent after all! :P
  3. There's main types of Iranians...the ones who want democracy (may take place in different form) one way is via the son of Shah and they love their personal freedoms and stufff....the other type is the lovers of the Islamic Republic and their pride in being Shia muslims etc etc... And then you have ones who are either in the middle (sitting on the fence- go with the flow) or you have ones that don't fit in those categories LOL... What DjibrilCisse said was true as well...ha ha!
  4. Nothing much LOL...i don't come on myself often b/c i have sooooooo much work to do...i don't know how i ever came on literally everyday in the past, a bit sad realy he he...i don't know what you've missed...i've been away a lot myself so, i'd like to know what i've missed too :blush:
  5. ^his family aren't afghan...they were born in Afghanistan DUH! Anyway...haven't seen you around for a while...missed you!!!! :cry:
  6. Happy B'day brother...many happy returns of the day
  7. I've always admired Khatami for the way that he has a sense of conservatism in him..however he has respect for the feelings of others so he tries his best to show that...em, i'm not going to say he was a bad leader NO...but he's the type of person that keeps his friends close but his enemies closer and this is deffinately an impotant quality that politicians should have...He didn't give the west the chance to criticize him and put their finger on his weak point or whatever...very talented MashAllah...I hold a lot of respect for him. I think Ahmadinejad as a leader is very strong and defensive, however he is giving the west a reason for them to pick a fight with Iran! InshAllah intime his political tactics will improve. I hold a lot of respect for him also...May Allah give him the strength he needs to succeed and prosper Iran and Islam!
  8. Education is very important not just for women but for everyone...its the uneducated that usually get up to no good LOL...not all the time though (sometimes educated people are worse LOL :Hijabi: ..like that free masonist that has 33 degrees)!!!
  9. I understand that sis. But does that mean that people with those minority ideologies should be oppressed and forced to think otherwise just because they are a minority?...isn't that juat as bad as the holocaust event...treat a minority of people (the jews) unfairly...
  10. Why shouldn't it be allowed to be questioned???...anything and everything is being questioned in the west, this can be an addition...so what if someone whats to question something in history...What happened to 'democracy'???...well to me it looks as if its all show...I don't see any democracy in someone being locked up just because they DENIED something...in a so called 'democratic' country, personal beliefs of people should not be invaded, no one should be forced to think in one way only!!! And if they do want to force you to belive in the holocaust then they shouldn't travel the world and blow their trumpets about being 'democratic' because clearly that isn't democracy!!! Ugh :wacko:
  11. Sis I just counted my votes up i have 12!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12. Astaghfurrillah...why hasn't this thread been closed!!!
  13. LOOOOOL sis tell me about it... :!!!: As for brother Ali Zaki, mashAllah, thanks for that, true shia men i say :angel:
  14. delicious baklava... brother in farsi...tavalod, tavalod, tavalodet mubarak, mubarak, mubarak, tavaloset mubarak...its longer than this but its just gets tooo confusing...but thats the beginning :blush:
  15. sana 7elwa ta gamel, sana 7elwa ya gamel, sana 7elwa sana 7elwa sana 7elwa ya gamil :angel: :blush: he he he :D
  16. Happy Birthday Brotherrrrr......many happy returns of the day. I would sing happy b'day in Arabic but i don't kow how to :unsure: :angel: :angel: :wub: :wub: :wub: :angel: :angel:
  17. no brother relax this is the Off-Topic forum...there are others that u may prefer :blush:
  18. Oh sis kheili mamnooon...ur soo sweet I still don't get it...wierd, never mind LOL
  19. I don't get it... :huh: ... My last vote goes for Cyan Garamound :D ...the most dominant male on shiachat!!!!!
  20. I go into depresion phases quite a lot...I don't know why but i start eatiing less and I feel weak all the time...i come home from college and i drop and doze off...and i find it hard to smile...i'm also in a bad mood too so i just want to be left in my own world alone, don't like to interact. I'm making it sound worse than it sounds btw LOOOL
  21. What do you think?...Is early marriage as bad as they are making it sound?
  22. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Monday that his government respects the women in the society not for the quantity of work they can do but rather for the quality of their social service. Speaking in a conference on 'Women, Ninth Government, Prospects for Future' at Interior Ministry's Hall, Ahmadinejad said that since the triumph of the Islamic Revolution, women have undertaken special role in different scenes including the Iraqi-imposed war (1980-1988) and the reconstruction era. "Both men and women are created by the Almighty. Woman is symbol of beauty of God and man is symbol of glory of God. The two are complementary to each other and help each other attain a lofty goal." He said that duty of each gender is in line with her/his capability adding that some tasks are special for women while others are for men and in the domains that the two genders can do a job, the government considers meritocracy for handing down responsibilities. He said that Hazrat-e Zeinab, beloved daughter of Imam Ali (as) is a model for Iranian women. She displayed her courage after Imam Hussein (as) and his 72 companions were martyred in Ashura. She led a heroic campaign to destroy the unjust rule of the time.
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