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2Timeless

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  1. Haha
    2Timeless reacted to ali_fatheroforphans in What are you craving right now food-wise? NSFR   
    Can you make it and send it here in he village I live? You can pay for the shipping costs, I'll just pay for the actual Dolma. Thanks sista 
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    2Timeless got a reaction from ali_fatheroforphans in What are you craving right now food-wise? NSFR   
    Depends who's making it brother. If you eat dolma made by anyone other than an Iraqi...prepared to be disappointed,  I'm afraid. 
  3. Haha
    2Timeless got a reaction from ali_fatheroforphans in Motivation   
    don’t expect much...that's all I'll say bhai. 
  4. Haha
    2Timeless got a reaction from 3wliya_maryam in Motivation   
    don’t expect much...that's all I'll say bhai. 
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    2Timeless got a reaction from Fakeha in Motivation   
    don’t expect much...that's all I'll say bhai. 
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    2Timeless got a reaction from AStruggler in Motivation   
    don’t expect much...that's all I'll say bhai. 
  7. Completely Agree
    2Timeless reacted to ali_fatheroforphans in What are you craving right now food-wise? NSFR   
    I'm actually craving dolma even though I've never tried it before, apparently it's "good" according to Iraqis.
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    2Timeless got a reaction from notme in What are you craving right now food-wise? NSFR   
    omg. as if I wasnt craving enough myself I had to add more to the list.
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    2Timeless got a reaction from ali_fatheroforphans in What are you craving right now food-wise? NSFR   
    omg. as if I wasnt craving enough myself I had to add more to the list.
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    2Timeless got a reaction from Hameedeh in I need some advice on a serious matter.   
    There are many anonymous and free counselling sites. If you're in the United Kingdom, theres  Samaritans, Childline , and Kooth, they're quite well known. For Samaritans you can either call them (completely anonymous and wont show up on your phone bill) or text. 
  11. Haha
    2Timeless reacted to aaaz1618 in What are you craving right now food-wise? NSFR   
    Ain't there a song about that? Let me think... Ah yeah, think it goes:
    Sumac, all on the floor,
    Sumac, give me some more,
    Sumac, 'till you get sore,
    Sumac, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh. 
  12. Completely Agree
    2Timeless got a reaction from Islandsandmirrors in I need some advice on a serious matter.   
    Seriously? The poor little boy had no idea about Islamic law? He took her and locked her in a room. He told her this was their "sweet little secret" and he warned her not to tell anyone. A normal human being doesnt need to have knowledge on Islamic law or any law for that matter to know that raping your own sister is wrong on every level fathomable. This is the ideology and approach that makes victims such as the OP hide away and live with such a secret that destroys their life forever. 
    @Guest101 I can’t imagine how broken you must feel. I'm so sorry for everything you've gone through. May Allah give you strength to ease this pain. I'm sorry, but your brother is a psychopath. No normal 13 year old boy would take is little sister and do such things to her. No matter what anyone ever says to you, it is not your fault and you are not dirty or impure or any less valuable in any shape or form because of some demented person's violation of your body. 
    You need to make sure you spend as little time with your brother as possible. If he still lives at home, make sure you lock your bedroom door when your asleep and maybe even keep some sort of object nearby to defend yourself. You should consider talking to a therapist to help you deal with this trauma. It will be hard to deal with, but not impossible. 
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    2Timeless got a reaction from Guest101 in I need some advice on a serious matter.   
    Seriously? The poor little boy had no idea about Islamic law? He took her and locked her in a room. He told her this was their "sweet little secret" and he warned her not to tell anyone. A normal human being doesnt need to have knowledge on Islamic law or any law for that matter to know that raping your own sister is wrong on every level fathomable. This is the ideology and approach that makes victims such as the OP hide away and live with such a secret that destroys their life forever. 
    @Guest101 I can’t imagine how broken you must feel. I'm so sorry for everything you've gone through. May Allah give you strength to ease this pain. I'm sorry, but your brother is a psychopath. No normal 13 year old boy would take is little sister and do such things to her. No matter what anyone ever says to you, it is not your fault and you are not dirty or impure or any less valuable in any shape or form because of some demented person's violation of your body. 
    You need to make sure you spend as little time with your brother as possible. If he still lives at home, make sure you lock your bedroom door when your asleep and maybe even keep some sort of object nearby to defend yourself. You should consider talking to a therapist to help you deal with this trauma. It will be hard to deal with, but not impossible. 
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    2Timeless got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in I need some advice on a serious matter.   
    Seriously? The poor little boy had no idea about Islamic law? He took her and locked her in a room. He told her this was their "sweet little secret" and he warned her not to tell anyone. A normal human being doesnt need to have knowledge on Islamic law or any law for that matter to know that raping your own sister is wrong on every level fathomable. This is the ideology and approach that makes victims such as the OP hide away and live with such a secret that destroys their life forever. 
    @Guest101 I can’t imagine how broken you must feel. I'm so sorry for everything you've gone through. May Allah give you strength to ease this pain. I'm sorry, but your brother is a psychopath. No normal 13 year old boy would take is little sister and do such things to her. No matter what anyone ever says to you, it is not your fault and you are not dirty or impure or any less valuable in any shape or form because of some demented person's violation of your body. 
    You need to make sure you spend as little time with your brother as possible. If he still lives at home, make sure you lock your bedroom door when your asleep and maybe even keep some sort of object nearby to defend yourself. You should consider talking to a therapist to help you deal with this trauma. It will be hard to deal with, but not impossible. 
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    2Timeless got a reaction from AMR5 in I need some advice on a serious matter.   
    Seriously? The poor little boy had no idea about Islamic law? He took her and locked her in a room. He told her this was their "sweet little secret" and he warned her not to tell anyone. A normal human being doesnt need to have knowledge on Islamic law or any law for that matter to know that raping your own sister is wrong on every level fathomable. This is the ideology and approach that makes victims such as the OP hide away and live with such a secret that destroys their life forever. 
    @Guest101 I can’t imagine how broken you must feel. I'm so sorry for everything you've gone through. May Allah give you strength to ease this pain. I'm sorry, but your brother is a psychopath. No normal 13 year old boy would take is little sister and do such things to her. No matter what anyone ever says to you, it is not your fault and you are not dirty or impure or any less valuable in any shape or form because of some demented person's violation of your body. 
    You need to make sure you spend as little time with your brother as possible. If he still lives at home, make sure you lock your bedroom door when your asleep and maybe even keep some sort of object nearby to defend yourself. You should consider talking to a therapist to help you deal with this trauma. It will be hard to deal with, but not impossible. 
  16. Completely Agree
    2Timeless got a reaction from Diaz in I need some advice on a serious matter.   
    Seriously? The poor little boy had no idea about Islamic law? He took her and locked her in a room. He told her this was their "sweet little secret" and he warned her not to tell anyone. A normal human being doesnt need to have knowledge on Islamic law or any law for that matter to know that raping your own sister is wrong on every level fathomable. This is the ideology and approach that makes victims such as the OP hide away and live with such a secret that destroys their life forever. 
    @Guest101 I can’t imagine how broken you must feel. I'm so sorry for everything you've gone through. May Allah give you strength to ease this pain. I'm sorry, but your brother is a psychopath. No normal 13 year old boy would take is little sister and do such things to her. No matter what anyone ever says to you, it is not your fault and you are not dirty or impure or any less valuable in any shape or form because of some demented person's violation of your body. 
    You need to make sure you spend as little time with your brother as possible. If he still lives at home, make sure you lock your bedroom door when your asleep and maybe even keep some sort of object nearby to defend yourself. You should consider talking to a therapist to help you deal with this trauma. It will be hard to deal with, but not impossible. 
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    2Timeless got a reaction from ali_fatheroforphans in I need some advice on a serious matter.   
    Seriously? The poor little boy had no idea about Islamic law? He took her and locked her in a room. He told her this was their "sweet little secret" and he warned her not to tell anyone. A normal human being doesnt need to have knowledge on Islamic law or any law for that matter to know that raping your own sister is wrong on every level fathomable. This is the ideology and approach that makes victims such as the OP hide away and live with such a secret that destroys their life forever. 
    @Guest101 I can’t imagine how broken you must feel. I'm so sorry for everything you've gone through. May Allah give you strength to ease this pain. I'm sorry, but your brother is a psychopath. No normal 13 year old boy would take is little sister and do such things to her. No matter what anyone ever says to you, it is not your fault and you are not dirty or impure or any less valuable in any shape or form because of some demented person's violation of your body. 
    You need to make sure you spend as little time with your brother as possible. If he still lives at home, make sure you lock your bedroom door when your asleep and maybe even keep some sort of object nearby to defend yourself. You should consider talking to a therapist to help you deal with this trauma. It will be hard to deal with, but not impossible. 
  18. My Prayers
    2Timeless reacted to Guest101 in I need some advice on a serious matter.   
    Salaam, 
    I've just created this new account for identity purposes. If the mods think this is too inappropriate then I guess it will be removed... 
    This is the first time I've ever told anyone about this. Straight into it. When I was about 9 years old, my brother was about 13. One day he called me into my parents bedroom and he locked the door. He told my Mum that we would be playing a game. But no. He lied down on the bed and removed his clothes and told me to take mine off. He was my older brother and at the time I didn't see anything wrong with it, so I did. He then told me to start touching his pe*is and basically give him oral sex. I didn't want to but I just thought it was a game. Then after sometime he made me lie down and said he was going to lick me as well. But when he did, I started laughing and told him that it was tickling me, he stopped obviously so no one heard me. Then the worst happened. He told me to go on all fours, then he penetrated me. It hurt so bad, I said that I wanted to go downstairs but he said that he would give me sweets if I stayed, so I did again I just thought it was a game. He started again and it hurt me but I didn't say anything. Soon he asked "Can you feel anything wriggling". Remembering this now is so disgusting. I said no. But eventually he finished. After he said not to tell anyone because it was "our secret little game". But he never did it again. So for a few years I didn't tell anyone anyway. But somewhere along the line I learned what he was actually doing to me. So the reason for not telling anyone changed. I felt embarrassed, ashamed and dirty. I was scared that I would be punished for not telling anyone before. Ever since I learned that it wasn't a game we played I've felt uncomfortable and really impure, anxious and sick around him. There wasn't really enough space growing up and me and him shared a room, God forbid he ever did anything to me while I was asleep. Fast forward today and I still haven't told anyone. Now I know if I told someone then he would basically get disowned. But I haven't been able to bring myself to do that. It would destroy everything my parents have worked for and that would be selfish. My parents would be mentally destroyed. So I'll just keep this with me for the rest of my life.
    My question is, has anyone been through or known anyone who has been through something like this? I've been finding it really hard to cope recently, I just feel so ashamed around him now. He must know that I still remember but I don't know if he even remembers still... What should I do?!
    PS: Mods I understand if this does not get approved but if there is a way with censorship then please censor away... 

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    2Timeless got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in How parents raise their kids   
    Again, Iraqis are way more strict and would be in much bigger trouble if they were caught. Other cultures don’t care as much so the repercussions arent as big. So the Iraqis hide it more because the effect of being caught is way worse.
    No one said strictness = rebellion. All that's being said is that theres a correlation between the two.
  20. Completely Agree
    2Timeless got a reaction from 3wliya_maryam in How parents raise their kids   
    Again, Iraqis are way more strict and would be in much bigger trouble if they were caught. Other cultures don’t care as much so the repercussions arent as big. So the Iraqis hide it more because the effect of being caught is way worse.
    No one said strictness = rebellion. All that's being said is that theres a correlation between the two.
  21. Haha
    2Timeless reacted to 3wliya_maryam in How parents raise their kids   
    omg thankkyou, you literaly backed me up without even realising lolll
  22. Completely Agree
    2Timeless got a reaction from 3wliya_maryam in How parents raise their kids   
    Alot are...you just don’t hear about them. That's what makes them good rebels. And this doesnt apply to only Iraqis. It applies to any culture too.
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    2Timeless reacted to Propaganda_of_the_Deed in A response to the wahhabi documentary! (Islamic Pulse)   
    Shirazis are not a sub-sect within Shiism or "methodology" the way Salafis are.
    Would you say that Sayed Sadiq Shirazi is not a grand Ayatullah and legitimate marja taqlid? Because that is a serious charge.
    If he is a legitimate source of emulation in Shia fiqh, then such comparisons to takfiri Wahabbism are innaccurate.
  24. Haha
    2Timeless got a reaction from Zellali in Muslim Couples Posing in Intimate Ways   
    Depends what you define as "intimate". If you think hand holding or an arm around the shoulder is intimate then....You got issues lol. 
  25. Completely Agree
    2Timeless got a reaction from Zellali in Should I marry a nice guy that I don’t get along with?   
    If you can hardly keep a conversation going now, God knows what it'll be like in 10 years time. People who get married and are crazy in love end up having trouble because of the dull monotony of marriage, imagine what it's like with someone you're not even compatible with. 
    If I were in your position, I'd break it off. You're meant to spend the rest of your life with this person and have children and raise a family together. If you're not compatible with each other you'll become  miserable and long for a partner you love and are actually compatible with later. After you get married you may end up extremely unhappy which may even affect your faith etc. And don’t give a second thought to what others tell you. What matters is your happiness and your Iman . If you marry him will you get closer to God? If you marry him will you be happy? In my opinion, if you marry a man who excites you and makes you happier, and who is also religious, he will make you love religion more and seek more knowledge. You'll want to pray together, read duas and Qur'an together etc.
    Hope things go well. 
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