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In the Name of God بسم الله


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  1. salam Pencak Silat is indonesian , thats where they practise it and attribute its history. I dont know how it relates to Imam Ali [as] . Why middle eastern or islamic martial arts or fighting techniques have not been carried over to our generation is simple. because arabs are lazy :lol: ok thats a joke but let me explain the origin of most martial arts , like muay thai , and karate etc . They were used to fight off conquerors from their land , however they did not originate with fists and gloves they were all sword forms [just look into thailand and mongolia history i know that they openly ex
  2. Salam , Mystic , when i say they are preparing for the dajjal , that is how i interpret their actions and their current route . It does not mean that they believe in dajjal , or they believe he will come in the flesh and claim to be god. I believe that the current direction they are taking this world is the ideal environment or leading the world to the ideal situation for the rise of dajjal . wa Allahul 'alem. maulla , i have to say some of the arrivals was far fetched and hilarious . Lady in red :o , now i get 'the fear' everytime i see a woman in red :lol: you didnt reply with things you re
  3. Salam , i really like global research ive been reading from that site for years , and now its wide spread im glad. well i really think that their opinion is spot on . Obama just mentioned al wefaq today. al wefaq also said they are ready to go into direct negotiations. This means two things to me , yes exposure is putting alot of pressure on the us and the international community . some one is going to have to be americas new pawn . I think al wefaq may state their requirements and the us will fulfil them under the condition that they pick the new head or prime minister... and Allahul 'alem
  4. salam , first to comment on this the arrived , do they mean it literally ? or do they mean it in terms of , events and actions . ? maula dha bro , very interesting thoughts .However i must say your words are as trustworthy as any one else on this website. i have to say that some of the info you mentioned is new to me , but it is as easy to cast doubt upon what you say as it was for you to do to the other brother. No i dont think the arrivals is correct, but i do think that the general idea most of these series are trying to shed light on is true. The devil is in the detail , and as truman sai
  5. Salam Shias in bahrain are no longer divided due to marja's and have united among common ground.... even the tension that used to exist between shirazis and wilayat faqih supporters is long gone . As for statistics they dont exist , however i can safely say that a minority are Ayatollahs Fadllallah and shirazi and modaressi followers , while the majority support wilayat al faqih - among these majority a large number are Ayatollahs sistani , Khamenai , and behjats. THere arent many akhbaris in bahrain , dont know where you got that from ... a lot of the older generation follow Shaikh Hussain
  6. Salam it is not a sunnah , i am not saying tis haram either but did you ever look at it this way [you probably didnt because it is legal] - it is very harmful to your body it brings about an altered state of mind or a change in your consciousness. wait.... arent those the conditions which makes things haram ? :o coffee actually has two main ingredients , firstly thrombine which is the chemical available in cocoa , which gives you the good feeling when u eat chocolate or drink hot chocolate , then caffeine which is the nasty thing which keeps you awake and active etc. http://www.abc.net.au/q
  7. they are way ahead of you ....this was all over the news in the uk - Sativex - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sativex Sativex is an oromucosal (mouth) spray developed by the UK company GW Pharmaceuticals for multiple sclerosis patients, who can use it to alleviate neuropathic pain, spasticity, overactive bladder, and other symptoms. Sativex is also being prescribed to alleviate pain due to cancer and has been researched in various models of peripheral and central neuropathic pain. Sativex is distinct from all other pharmaceutically produced cannabinoids currently available because it is derived
  8. Salam brother i dont know if you heard of a chastity belt ?
  9. Salam I believe that you are addressing the matter wrong, being all self righteous and aggressive using fault finding ways to point the finger at the brother who smokes , wont really get him to stop :lol: prolly get him to smoke more . to the point at hand , i believe most people nowadays are completely confused about the legality and morality of these so called drugs. Just because weed is illegal some will say its worse than alcohol . which is actually not true [ http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/health/article6899534.ece] .... alcohol destroys the home , causes violence and has ir
  10. sup man how have you been what are you up to nowadays?

  11. Salam Well bro , i would have to say within a 2-3 months , you would have the edge over the average person , but it also depends on how you work it out , just doing sticky hands may not help you in a fight , if you dont practice the forms in a sparing match , as applying these techniques during sparring and a real fight are different than when just doing ur sticky hands training , - why ? range is different , sticky hands you are in wing chun range aka medium range , just perfect for wing chun technique , fights and sparrring sessions , have different ranges according to who you are fighting
  12. salam Self defense is different than fighting... and it differs from situation to situation , if some 1 is pointing a gun at u ur best option it to give them what tthey want , but if they are pointing a gun at you to shoot , then what you do really doesnt matter does it ? if you dont react ull die any way.. however if its a small knife , or a situation where you think you can strike , you better aim for vital points like the neck , or gauge the eyes , or kick to the groin , and then run ... you dont want to hang in there till the dude recovers... however the spiritual part of martial arts al
  13. when i was in newcastle did alot of sticky hands , but here i dont have a partner , there me and my room mate trained together ..cardio you can get back , just need to keep training , each round does feel like ages for me , especially when doing every thing , if i just box can do that for ages, from that arm and shoulder conditioning vid , but when taken downs and kicks are involved gas tank is smaller. there are these two shows, ffight quest and human weapon , they show two dudes who travel the world to a dozen locations learn each countries martial art from the best schools and fight a dude
  14. Salam alaykum Bro , we are talking about the past , now im back in bahrain again , graduated allready , i was studying in newcastle ... now im just job searching and well , trying to keep up my training , since i got no routine . The crotch thing , i get it , but thats why you wear the crotch guard , and besides the last thing il be thinking of while some one is trying to ground and pound me or break my hand is whether hes rubbing against me or not haha.. but yes its funny ... man just general mma , didnt attend any Bjj or jj classes , but i do try to keep updated with sweeps and lock variat
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