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habib e najjaar

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habib e najjaar last won the day on January 6 2012

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  1. Sometimes we need to ask ourselves what exactly is being saved. Perhaps it is an end that is ineveitable and is just being dragged out by out of place patience and tolerance of what should be intolerable.
  2. This is profoundly deep. Alhamdulillah ala kulli haal
  3. SubhanAllah, walhamdulillah. Beautiful sister. I have missed reading your work taqabbalAllah minna wa minkum.
  4. Non Iranians not being there has not stopped the corrupt elite from getting stronger. If anything, they have no competition in the power they exert of the masses, and so become more powerful and above the law. A good number of decent immigrants sometimes help put things in perspective and create a standard against which powerful cliques need to prove they are better than. I don’t think enough can be said about the non economic benefits of mixing. It would enable the every day Iranian exposure to a world outside their own.. so that not everything "khariji" becomes so vague and amazing. All you need to sell a normal good quality iranian sofre (table mat) is say it is khariji quality. Worrying. Very worrying. In essence it makes people very more likely to be "gharbi zadeh" than if they interacted with more people from all over the world.
  5. Why is it assumed the non iranians moving there will be seeking help, support or some other form of "giving" from the Iranian government? Perhaps it is an investor with a significant pool of resources who would like to settle and set up shop in Iran.
  6. It must... because life has to go on, and does go on.
  7. Is this really the end?
  8. Reminds me of some latmiyat about Imam Ali (عليه السلام)
  9. It doesn't rain.. it pours. Alhamdulillah alaa kulli haal
  10. I thought perhaps If I held my breath a little longer You would gain yours Or if I lay down still And will the time To stop I could keep you Or if I walked Ever so softly The petals of your budding life Would not fall And drown in my tears As I whispered A fervent prayer To get the chance To be your mother And hold you in my arms Just a few months later ... But the flakes fell And the leaves of spring sprouted And summer came And autumn glowed But life went on Without you Until we meet again When you hold the gate And declare: Not without my mother! (C) KY 22.03.19
  11. Charity is a continuous act, irrespective of his financial status and capacity. Mahr is a one time thing, I really don't think it should be a policy for the man to want to pay a small amount. It is a different issue for the woman to ask for a small amount.
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