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asphyxiated

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  1. I know exactly where those numbers come from. These numbers reflect the registered voters of Lebanon for the 2009 elections. Given that Lebanon hasn't conducted a census since 1932, we don't have accurate demographic information regarding the sectarian balance. What we do know is that up to 2.5-3 million Lebanese live in and around the Beirut area, if you include the suburbs and areas such as the lower Ba'abda district and Matn (most notably areas like Dora, Bourj Hammoud, etc.). The fact remains there is very little to do in Lebanon from an economic standpoint outside of Beirut. Most of our c
  2. Mashallah I love your mind frame.

  3. Professor Higgins, you are a fool who is spreading the same sort of anti-Shi'a propaganda we've been hearing for years. They say the same thing about Hezbollah in Lebanon. Once you have a real argument, we'll discuss further. Then again, what more can one expect from a nationalist with Arafat in his avatar? I pity you for the heroes you keep.
  4. Your best bet is to use Youtube-to-mp3-converter sites. There are literally dozens of websites that do this. You simply copy the URL or write the name of the video. Go to Google, type in "Youtube to mp3" and pick one of those listed, such as: http://www.youtube-mp3.org/ http://www.video2mp3.net/
  5. Nor in the Bek'aa can they do anything. Just imagine how Ba'albeck and the valley would react to these threats. That leaves Beirut and we saw what happened last time. Better off playing games with the 'Allawis in Jabal Mohsen. Unlike these takfir artists, Nasrallah doesn't play games. If he responds to this jibberish then my advice to them would be to listen carefully because he is painstakingly honest.
  6. Like I said in the previous thread, I'd give it two hours. The biggest inconvience will be having to mop up dead cavemen off the ground.
  7. The Salafis have been inciting threats in Saida. Aside from their typical MO, I can't find much reason for this. I'd like to see their solutions to Lebanon's problems. Inshallah "al-Salaafeeyeh" bi wal3ooha bi Saida, ya Rabb. I'll give it two hours. Ya3ne iza beleshna sa3a arb3a ba3d id dohr, ma bi roo7 3alayna 3asha. Two hours.
  8. lol Is this a threat? Let them come--no, sorry, I meant, "let it spread," whatever that means. You do realize that we've dealt with Israel in the South, right? You know, the state that is supported by your vile, self-proclaimed followers of the Righteous Predecessors. The South has dealt with a much more competent enemy for decades and managed to accomplish what your collective community can only fantasize about in its most erotic masturbation. Let them come. In fact, God-willing, I'll be in Lebanon later this summer. I can introduce them to some men they don't deserve to look at in the face.
  9. Sovereignty lies with the people, not the state, especially when the state has never existed outside of what it says on the map. Lebanon is a non-state and the Lebanese Army has, much like the rest of the country's infrastructure, absolutely failed to safeguard its people or provide a modicum of security. This is the reason Hezbollah came into being; the Resistance is a grassroots movement that picked up where the "state" left off. If you want to wait for a corrupt institution that has never supported you or provided you with security, then keep waiting. Back in the 1980s a large portion of th
  10. One more post to a millenium :D

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      asphyxiated

      Heh, almost there. I need to make the next post special.

  11. Wahdat al-Wajood is a philosophized transgression that negates the Oneness of God by giving God a material form. From a Western perspective, such concepts can be found in the writings of Baruch Spinoza, who tried to show us that everything within material existence is a reflection of God (or, in other words, is in fact God). When I use the term reflection, I mean it literally--we are all manifestations of God, which, as the OP pointed out, ultimately leads you to the most abhorrent conclusion: that you are, in fact, God, or a manifestation the God, or an episode of God and so on and so forth.
  12. Well, the OP raises a good point. Self-defense is a natural right and is promoted by Islam. I grew up in Windsor and across the border in Dearborn there is a huge Shi'a Muslim population. I personally know of at least two families who have lost loved ones in random, indiscriminate acts of violence. One of them was shot dead at his car at a gas station by a thug who wanted to steal from him; the other was shot dead in his own store by a thief. Others are routinely harassed and threatened within the confines of their own businesses by shoplifters, who take what they want and leave. Due to the ga
  13. Akkari? Is this piece of filth Lebanese? It all makes sense now. We should conduct a critical analysis of what his Northern brethren have done that even warrants their mention in the same sentence of the Resistance. I suppose there is nothing wrong with being weak, impotent and incompetent when it comes to justice and other political issues, but to attack those whose beard trimmings have done more for the sake of the aforementioned is quite laughable.
  14. Letting go of music is not an easy task, especially if you were brought up in a Muslim household that taught you very little about Islam. Music is not only the norm throughout the world, it is the rule. Growing up in the West you meet your friends based on the genre of music in which you listen. From a logical perspective, you've already concluded that music is haram and ought to be avoided. This is a good first step. Now, we must use that knowledge to drive your faith and your practice. What is faith without knowledge? I highly recommend that you preoccupy yourself with media, especially at n
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