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Gamal Ali

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  1. o dear.... INSHALLAH Allah will help u through it... everything ok though?? anything i can help with??

  2. I am waiting for Pakistan and India to re-unite Ameen
  3. to hell with this freedom if the life here is like worser than slavery.
  4. Who cares about independence man india and pakistan were better under the british. i would have gotten british nationality without much ado and i wouldn't even have to try hard at all...
  5. why is everyone's post here so predictable and so nationalistic? this isnt an army recruitment website puh leez get real duh
  6. Simple topic. Is death a great leveller or it is not a great leveller?
  7. goddamn i didnt know that pakistan was such a beautiful place..
  8. If we could spot violent tendancies in people's DNA, should the state protect itself from future criminals by legislating forced abortions?
  9. Iran jail rape claims 'baseless' Speaker Ali Larijani said the claims of rape and sexual abuse were unfounded The speaker of Iran's parliament has dismissed claims by a defeated presidential candidate that opposition protesters were raped in detention. "Based on parliament's investigations, detainees have not been raped or sexually abused in Iran's Kahrizak and Evin prisons," Ali Larijani said. "Such claims are totally baseless," state television quoted him as saying. Opposition leader Mehdi Karroubi called on Sunday for an inquiry into alleged rapes of male and female detainees. In a letter to former President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, now the head of a powerful adjudicating body, Mr Karroubi said some of the detainees had been seriously injured in the alleged sexual abuse. Fellow opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi said the reports of abuse showed there was "a need for deep change" in Iran, according to his website. On Wednesday another defeated presidential candidate, Mohsen Rezai, said that if the claims were proven then all the officials involved should be sacked and put on trial, and a day of national mourning declared. Abuse row The conditions under which detained protesters have been held has been controversial, with damaging claims forcing authorities to act. The Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamanei, closed the notorious Kahrizak detention centre saying it had failed to "preserve the detainees' rights". Police officials have admitted that some of those held since June might have been tortured. Both the Iranian parliament and judiciary have established committees to investigate the post-election unrest and the government's response. BBC Tehran correspondent Jon Leyne says the issue of prison abuse is both a real concern in itself and also has become a way of criticising the government of President Ahmadinejad without directly challenging the legitimacy of his re-election. On Tuesday, Iran's authorities said 4,000 people had been detained during the mass protests that broke out in the wake of the 12 June presidential poll, which the opposition says was rigged. The number was much higher than previous figures, although the authorities said 3,700 of them had been released within a few days of arrest. Opposition leaders say 69 protesters died in the post-election violence - more than double the official figure of about 30 fatalities. Trials criticised Iran is currently trying more than 100 detainees over their alleged involvement in the protests. The trials - of leading opposition figures, activists, journalists, lawyers, workers at foreign embassies and two people with foreign nationalities - have been criticised by several foreign powers, opposition groups and human rights campaigners. But authorities insist their legal proceedings are completely legitimate and conform to international standards of justice. Official election results awarded incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad a sweeping victory in the polls. He is in the process of selecting a cabinet, which will be submitted to parliamentary approval next week. Foreign media, including the BBC, have been restricted in their coverage of Iran in the wake of the election protests. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/8196940.stm
  10. yeah but what happens when israel nukes iran in retaliation before iran tries to nuke israel? get real man..
  11. Happy independence day to indonesians. As for pakis, i dunno how you survive in this bureaucracy driven, money swindling, where merit is sold if the person has source/references.. I wish i wasn't a sub continental .... even born a saudi would have been fine by me.
  12. What are you saying? You went to uni but stopped going? how long did you study? whats your age now and what was it back then. Just for fun because i am feeling down so you know comparisons are fun sometimes.
  13. It doesn't have to be a whale. could be Leviathan http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leviathan
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