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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from khakay batool in An Entreaty   
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    Khakay Batool Yazeed bhi mar chuka hai ... Mawiya bhi mar chuka hai ... app khudara un ko bura bhala mat kahyay ainda say .. dossri baat , Yazeed bhi Arbi ka aik bahtareen shair tha ... us ki bhi app shairi ki tareef kijiyay ..... .. agar parhna hai tou Allama Iqbal ko parhyay ... Josh ko parhyay .. na k aik dahariyay ko ... agar app samjhti hain k is ki shairi qoumi wirsa hai tou Yazeed ki shairi bhi aik wirsa hai .. us ko bhi parhyayga .. aisi shairi ka kia faida hai jis say qoum ki islah na ho .. mujhe aisay wirsay ka faida nahi jis say qoum kuch na seekh sakay ...... agar aik shairi mein kuch message nahi hai tou woh sirf lafzon ka hair phair hai or woh koi bhi kar sakta hai ...
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from khuram in An Entreaty   
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    Khakay Batool Yazeed bhi mar chuka hai ... Mawiya bhi mar chuka hai ... app khudara un ko bura bhala mat kahyay ainda say .. dossri baat , Yazeed bhi Arbi ka aik bahtareen shair tha ... us ki bhi app shairi ki tareef kijiyay ..... .. agar parhna hai tou Allama Iqbal ko parhyay ... Josh ko parhyay .. na k aik dahariyay ko ... agar app samjhti hain k is ki shairi qoumi wirsa hai tou Yazeed ki shairi bhi aik wirsa hai .. us ko bhi parhyayga .. aisi shairi ka kia faida hai jis say qoum ki islah na ho .. mujhe aisay wirsay ka faida nahi jis say qoum kuch na seekh sakay ...... agar aik shairi mein kuch message nahi hai tou woh sirf lafzon ka hair phair hai or woh koi bhi kar sakta hai ...
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    labbaik_khamenai reacted to Doctor_Naqvi in An Entreaty   
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    Is thread ka maqsad aap sab ko yeh ehsaas dilaana hai ke mehrbaani farma kar Legendary shair hazraat ki tauheen mat keejiye.Woh humaara bohut hi qabile qadar asaasa hain.Meine bohut martaba yeh note kiya hai ke Ahmed Faraz ki poetry ko taunt kiya jaata hai aur bohut hi ghatya jokes post kiye jaate hain.Hum sab jo urdu forum visit karte hain mashallah kaafi aqqalmand hain.
    Ab bache bhi nai rahe (balke bohut se to uncles aur aunties hain)ke un jaisi harkateen kareen.Umar ke saath saath humaare mizaaj mein thori si burdbaari aani chahiye aur agar hum bade hain to badoon ki tarah hi behave karna chahiye. Agar kissi hazrat ya Mohtarma ko Urdu poetry se koi shughuf nai hai to aur bohut se mozooaat hain un per apna tabsiraa zaroor deejiye. Har cheez ko Daqyanoosiat ke paimaane per mat parakhiye.Urdu bohut hi shaista zubaan hai.
    Yeh humaara virsaa hai. Hum jahan bhi rahe humein isko promote karna chahiye.Urdu adab mein shairi ko bohut ehmiat haasil hai.Urdu ki tarweej mein bhi shairi ka bohut hissa hai.To kyun na hum un naamwar shoara ko woh izzat aur martaba deen ke jis ke woh haqdaar hain. Agar aap mein se kissi ko bhi shairi khatakti hai to meherbaani farmaa kar doosroon ka zauq mat bigaarye. Mazahiya shairi ke liye Syed_Demanding ne nayi thread start ki hoi hai. Agar aapka hisse mazaah itna hi achcha hai to us mein zaroor hissa lain.Sanjeeda shairi ko kharaab mat kareen.Bus yeh ik guzaarish hai baqi amal karna na karna aapki marzi.Mujhe jo khatka meine likh diya.
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    labbaik_khamenai reacted to Doctor_Naqvi in An Entreaty   
    gosh,not again.Mein koi Babae urdu hoon.Meine kab kaha urdu ki tauheen mat karo.Karo bhai mujhe kya hai.Meine kaha Faraz ki shayari per jo Pakis tanz kar rahe hain,woh karna choro,legends ki tauheen mat karo.Kiisi ke kalam per tanz na karo.Aur mazhab ko art se mat milao.Bus itna kaha hai.Kaunsa gunaah kiya hai meine. Regarding my mode of articulation, to jo lafz mujhe urdu mein aate hain woh likhti hoon jo na aaye usko kya karoon. ab big bag theory ka kya urdu hai,Theory of evolution ka kya hai,batao.aapse tuition loon.Mera dimaagh kharaab tha jo meine yeh thread post ki.Mujhe maaf karo saare.Karo jo karna hai.Faraz ko qabar se nikaal lao,yehi umeed hi aap sabse.Thread ka naam kiya hai,"An Entreaty" guzaarish.Yaani agar nai maana to na maano kaunsa mein chaqo le ke khari hoon.That's it, now stop making me brain-sick.
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from khuram in An Entreaty   
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    Theory of Evolution would be falsafa-e-Irtiqa.. Or faraz aik number ka dahria tha ..... Doosri baat yay k , kiun Fanoon-e-Lateefa ko Madhab say dour rakha jayay ... Agar fanoon-e-Lateefa madhab k dairay mein hai tou woh sahi hai , werna us ko nikaal ka phaiko... yay Lucknavi shairon nay madhab ko kharab kia hai ...
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from Syed Demanding in An Entreaty   
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    Theory of Evolution would be falsafa-e-Irtiqa.. Or faraz aik number ka dahria tha ..... Doosri baat yay k , kiun Fanoon-e-Lateefa ko Madhab say dour rakha jayay ... Agar fanoon-e-Lateefa madhab k dairay mein hai tou woh sahi hai , werna us ko nikaal ka phaiko... yay Lucknavi shairon nay madhab ko kharab kia hai ...
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from Syed Demanding in An Entreaty   
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    @ saba fatima naqvi , app khudara urdu boltay waqt Angraizi ka jumla nahi lagaya kerain .. kiun k us say app khud Urdu ki Touheen ker rahi hain ... or Ulta chor Kotwaal ko daantain wali baat hai... k app hud wahi gunah ker rahi hain or baqiyon ko keh rahi hain k Urdu ki touheen na kero...
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from khuram in An Entreaty   
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    @ saba fatima naqvi , app khudara urdu boltay waqt Angraizi ka jumla nahi lagaya kerain .. kiun k us say app khud Urdu ki Touheen ker rahi hain ... or Ulta chor Kotwaal ko daantain wali baat hai... k app hud wahi gunah ker rahi hain or baqiyon ko keh rahi hain k Urdu ki touheen na kero...
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from Doctor_Naqvi in An Entreaty   
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    @ saba fatima naqvi , app khudara urdu boltay waqt Angraizi ka jumla nahi lagaya kerain .. kiun k us say app khud Urdu ki Touheen ker rahi hain ... or Ulta chor Kotwaal ko daantain wali baat hai... k app hud wahi gunah ker rahi hain or baqiyon ko keh rahi hain k Urdu ki touheen na kero...
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from khuram in Would you marry a religious guy that was poor?   
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    Damn , this is what I told my mum , and she said SHUT UP , GO FIND A JOB FIRST :-(.. I mean it really hurts , when my own mother refuses to get me married because I am poor and jobless :-(...
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from khuram in mothya   
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    Ah well , I am so happy for the lucky guy .. Finally he got hooked up ! :).. Bless you bro :)
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    labbaik_khamenai reacted to Shabbar-E-Shabbir in THE ARRIVALS   
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    I remember spending 2 days straight watching all the 51 or so episodes in the past holidays. I recommend it also. :)
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from Noah- in How Different Are Lebanon's Martyrs From Our Own?   
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    lol funny ! , A white guy will teach Hezbollah how to practice Islam ...
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from Doctor_Naqvi in How Different Are Lebanon's Martyrs From Our Own?   
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    lol funny ! , A white guy will teach Hezbollah how to practice Islam ...
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    labbaik_khamenai reacted to UndercoverBrother in How Different Are Lebanon's Martyrs From Our Own?   
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    An interesting thought is: are hizbullah a religious party covered with nationalistic symbols, or are they a nationalistic party covered in religious garb...?
    The article by Austin Mackell reports:
    Hezbollah's secretary general Hassan Nasrallah take time to point out that they honoured that day not just their fighters, but all who had died defending the Lebanese nation, thereby including the Christians, communists and other fighters that participated in the struggle?
    What is this nonsense? HezbAllah, despite its name (Party of Allah) is mired in nationalism. They parade with the Lebanese flag, sit in the Lebanese parliament and even share power in its kufr Government. No wonder its original founders have disowned them!
    Nationalism is not - and never can be - a part of Islam. It's like pork, riba and zina: haraam. The Holy Prophet (S), who was not known for using such language usually, compared nationalism to maggots crawling around in camel dung. He (S) used such graphic language to indicate his extreme disgust with this phenomenon.
    Please note that I am NOT asserting that it is prohibited to defend oneself against enemies (especially against Israeli imperialism). But that is NOT the same as the Godless ideology of nationalism. HezbAllah will never achieve any lasting good until it breaks from this ideology and resolves to base itself SOLELY on the Aqeeda (basic beliefs)of Islam - its Qur'an and Sunna
    Nor do I deny that HezbAllah has countless courageous martyrs, who died with the intention of serving Allah (SWT). But my point is that HezbAllah does not honour these martyrs by refusing to break from nationalism, which is 100% based in kufr. This is NOT the same as saying that HezbAllah and its members and leaders are kuffar, simply that the organisation is animated in part by ideas alien to Islam. It is Allah (SWT) alone who decides who is a kafir, based on their intentions.
    * We're often told that Islam promotes a 'martyrdom culture' completely foreign to our humanist, life-celebrating tradition. After spending Remembrance Day in Beirut, Austin G Mackell is not so sure
    It's the eleventh of the eleventh. A few thousand people are gathered in an auditorium to remember those lost in battle. The front few rows are reserved for veterans, a small roped-off section for journalists tucked behind them, followed by row upon row of ordinary people who have come to pay their respects. Behind the stage are pictures of the fallen, leaders and ordinary fighters, one of them has such young features — he couldn't have been more than a teenager. Alongside the pictures of the fallen are some doves in flight and the image of a nameless fighter, a rifle hanging from his shoulders and a floppy hat upon his head, silhouetted against a blue sky with a scattering of puffy white clouds.
    A prayer is read. A commander barks orders and the band starts up (it does not play Waltzing Matilda). They march their way to the front to the rhythm of a boisterous military tune. The music stops long enough for a wreath to be laid. Every one stands for the national anthem, then sits down and readies themselves for the over-long speeches praising the courage of those who made the ultimate sacrifice so that we may live in peace.
    The scene is Martyrs' Day, held yearly in Lebanon on 11 November to mark the anniversary of the 1982 suicide mission of Ahmad Jaafar Qassir, the baby-faced killer who was pictured behind the stage. At 10 minutes to seven in the morning, as Israeli soldiers were returning from night patrols, the 19-year-old Qassir drove a Peugeot loaded with explosives to the Tyre headquarters of the Israeli military's occupation force in south Lebanon, killing 75 soldiers, border policemen, and Shin Bet agents as well as an unconfirmed number of Lebanese (probably between 14-27) being held prisoner within. It was the first of a long string of suicide attacks, that along with conventional guerrilla war tactics and international and internal pressure on the Israeli government, lead to the withdrawal of Israeli forces from almost all Lebanese territory in 2000.
    It can be assumed that the date of the attack was not chosen to coincide with the "Remembrance Day" that we celebrate, and so the timing of the ceremony can be thought of as a coincidence. However the other similarities — the flowers, the marching band, the elevation of sacrifice — cannot be so easily dismissed.
    Many so-called experts on the Middle East like to go on at length about an obsession with martyrdom that they say is unique to Islam. Once they've finished denouncing the depravity of this position, they generally use it as a reason why negotiation is impossible: You can't talk to these people — they're crazy. You can read such rants, here and here. These accounts usually fail to mention the fact that suicide bombing was a tactic pioneered by the primarily Hindu Tamil Tigers. They also fail to mention the culture of celebrating martyrs present in all societies, and indeed their own.
    There is nothing foreign or incomprehensible about honouring those who died for their country. It's what we in Australia do as a nation twice a year. On ANZAC Day, in which I have marched many times wearing my grandfather's medals, rememberance of the dead is only part of the ceremony — the part where we lower the flags as the march passes the cenotaph — but on Remembrance Day it is the main event.
    Some may object to this comparison, saying that the promises of paradise and virgins fed to the young Muslim men and women who choose to become human delivery systems for rudimentary but powerful bombs rob their actions of the respectability of those who died for the secular cause of their nation. Why then does it say on my grandfather's Military Cross "for God and Empire"? And, if martyrdom is such a Muslim thing, why, when he spoke to the Martyr's Day crowd, did Hezbollah's secretary general Hassan Nasrallah take time to point out that they honoured that day not just their fighters, but all who had died defending the Lebanese nation, thereby including the Christians, communists and other fighters that participated in the struggle?
    The truth is that in both cases there is a mix of nationalist and religious symbolism used to justify these sacrifices. Hezbollah and their supporters may emphasise the religious element more than we do, but existing as they do in a much more religious society, it would be strange if they did not. That greater emphasis seems to me, however, to be more a difference in symbolism and rhetoric than one of emotional content, which fundamentally celebrates the same thing.
    People who would cling to the idea that our martyrs are different to theirs may argue that suicide bombers do not, as such, die fighting — rather they fight by dying. But in Lebanon the term martyr is not reserved for suicide bombers, it applies to all who die for the cause. Besides, does choosing to fight with little or no chance at personal survival make your act less heroic? The number of Victoria Crosses awarded posthumously suggests Australians don't think so.
    Of course it is not just Australia and Hezbollah who dedicate a day each year to their fallen. There are martyrs days in India, Burma, Panama, Uganda, Tibet, Kashmir Azerbaijan and other places. As Baruch Kimmerling writes in his article on Israel's own culture of martyrdom "Nations like to imagine themselves as unique, but one belief they have in common is that it is noble to die in their name."
    To be fair, however, I must admit I have been focussing so far on the similarities, rather than the differences between these two traditions, and there were differences. There was no one minute's silence for the fallen — on the contrary there were times when the crowd rose to its feet and began chanting slogans. The wreath, rather tackily, was a Hezbollah flag composed of yellow flowers and green plastic. Nasrallah's speech was far longer and more overtly political than would have been acceptable at an Australian Remembrance Day ceremony. And the marching band weren't that good.
    The difference that struck me most however, was the absence of a reference to "our brave young men and women" fighting today on the battlefields of some far-off country. This difference, of course, can be attributed to the fact that Hezbollah's fighters, unlike Australia's soldiers, are not, at time of writing at least, waging war against anyone.
    http://newmatilda.com/2009/11/18/how-different-are-lebanons-martyrs-our-own
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from Irishman in Bashed for being too picky   
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from Noah- in Iranian pilgrims in mecca protest: video   
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    1400 years back many people preferred doing Haj safely and not helping Imam .... 1400 year after , I see people saying the same ... Now I know why Imam is not re-appearing ...
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    Thanks for sharing the clip
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from Haji 2003 in Iranian pilgrims in mecca protest: video   
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    1400 years back many people preferred doing Haj safely and not helping Imam .... 1400 year after , I see people saying the same ... Now I know why Imam is not re-appearing ...
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    (salam)
    Thanks for sharing the clip
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from misbah 2004 in Bashed for being too picky   
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from shiasoldier786 in Your Own Quotes   
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    Money can't buy happiness , but its a damn good down payment
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from gogiison2 in Your Own Quotes   
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    Money can't buy happiness , but its a damn good down payment
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from Syed Demanding in ãÍÈÊ   
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    Haan abb islam k naam par shairi or mohabbat baazi he chala keraygi ... Shiat or Kerbala ko kharab kernay main is shairi ka bhot bara haath hai ...I do not have any issues with Allama Iqbal's revolutionary Shairi
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from Doctor_Naqvi in meri shadi ho gai   
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    Tou ajj say mein apnay Abbu ko Bhai or ammi ko bahan bulata hon :).... I dont see anything in calling anyone by his/her name, apart from Mom , Dad. mein apnay lecturers ko un k naam say bolata tha or us mein un ko koi masla nahi tha. :S... Izzat app ka lahjay say atti hai .. na k is say k us nay mere ko naam say bolaya ya mein nay us ko naam say Bolaya
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from khuram in meri shadi ho gai   
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    Thanks for your advice , mein isi liay Pakistan agaya hon . btw yay app pakistaniyon ko zabardasti ka bahan bannay ka kia shouq hota hai .. Yay Zabardasti ki Rishtedariyaan pasand nahi hain :S.. I dont want to sound rude .. but I just dont like it
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    labbaik_khamenai got a reaction from khuram in meri shadi ho gai   
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    Things should be quick.. I hate wasting time .. I wonder why people waste time in Pakistan :S
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