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Brother5819

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  1. Hey, I read your thread about what the prophet (pbuh) and his family would have used to shave certain areas. I, myself, can't really give you a straight answer however I would recommend researching Middle-Eastern shaving tools, in particular those of the 6-7th century. That would give you an idea and starting point.

  2. Ok first of all, who cares if he's Muslim or not. Mustapha al Turk is Muslim and he fought in the UFC (unfortunately lost all his fights) and I'm sure theres been more Muslims who've fought in the UFC. Why are you brining religion into sports? Other then that, who is this guy? I googled him and I could not find any professional mma record or of the like... is he really a fighter or what?
  3. Weed is used to treat ADHD patients. It helps you focus. Obviously, for medical purposes it's allowed ,but 99% of the users do it for fun i.e to get high...idiots it smells like [Edited Out] too.. they pretty much getting high off [Edited Out]
  4. Perv? wth r u on about u motee

  5. Thank you for stating the obvious. Who said he had any chance? I liked him because I agree with his views, which you failed to read from my posts in the other election thread. For him, it would be a big time loss of votes considering he has many fliberal supporters in Baghdad and the Northen provinces. http://www.ahrarparty.com/en/news/press/544-final-press-conference.html
  6. listen your just another perv on this site..ok. go away

  7. Maliki (337) will own and win majority of votes..then ba3thi Allawi and the Kurds will follow in a close 2nd. BTW Iyad jamal al din lost many support and votes from Iraqis...im taking MANY when he recently called Muqtada a true patriot of Iraq in an interview. His views were good until he messed it up for himself..BIG TIME!
  8. Agree, Iyad Jamal al Din is the choice for IRAQ. However, 337 makes more sense now considering Iran is trying to f*** with the elctions and supporting Iyad Allawi that prostititute of a man. 3 + 3 + 7 = 12 Imams (as) and Prophet Muhammed (pbuh) :P BTW, don't vote for these criminals: ARGUMENT PRINT | TEXT SIZE | EMAIL | SINGLE PAGE Iraq's Elected Criminals Some of the very people involved in kidnapping my father from his home three years ago might be elected to office on Sunday. Iraq can do better. BY ALI AL-SAFFAR | MARCH 4, 2010 Three years ago, after a day of work at the Ministry of Health, my father, Ammar al-Saffar, was kidnapped from his childhood home in Iraq. Armed militiamen took him in front of my 89-year-old grandmother -- who, to this day, lives in hope of his return. COMMENTS (0) SHARE: Digg Facebook Reddit Bookmark and Share More... At the time of his kidnapping, my father was the deputy minister of health and a highly regarded advisor to members of the political elite, including current Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and former Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari. But unlike many of Baghdad's political class, he refused to hole up in the Green Zone, arguing that doing so would disconnect him from the plight of ordinary Iraqis. Instead, he chose to live in his mother's house in Adhamiya, one of the most hostile districts of Baghdad -- without a security detail, blast barriers, or any of the other protections favored by Iraqi politicians. He lived that way until the day he was kidnapped. My father was targeted during an investigation he was conducting into corruption in the Ministry of Health, which had become a fiefdom for the followers of Moqtada al-Sadr. He was on the verge of exposing explosive evidence that funds earmarked to improve Iraq's health sector were being diverted to sectarian militias, helping them carry on the fight against their opponents. Those directly implicated include his fellow deputy minister, Hakim al-Zamili, who took such exception to the threatened public disclosure of his association with violent militias that, I believe, he responded by having my father kidnapped. Zamili was arrested in 2007, and an Iraqi court leveled the same charges against him that my father had made: that he had been responsible for the murder of hundreds of Sunnis who had arrived at the hospitals run by the Ministry of Health. After a two-day trial that featured widespread accusations of witness intimidation and many irregularities, Zamili was freed. In a morbid reversal of justice, Zamili has quoted Gandhi in describing his arrest and claims that it was actually a boon for his political career. He is now a leading candidate for parliament in Iraq's March 7 election, and his candidacy has been spotlighted on the front page of the New York Times. Although I always believed Zamili was involved in the killing of my father, it was confirmed for me on March 12, 2007, in a conversation with one of my father's oldest and dearest friends, former prime minister Jaafari. At his home in London, Jaafari told me, in unambiguous terms, that he had evidence of Zamili's involvement in my father's kidnapping, saying that he had received phone calls from prominent Sadrists confirming that Zamili was in fact behind the kidnapping. It therefore came as quite a shock to learn that Jaafari has recently mended fences with Zamili, in an apparent effort to resurrect his political career. Jaafari's Islaah Party will run in Iraq's parliamentary election on Sunday as part of the Iraqi National Alliance (INA) -- a coalition which also includes the Sadrists among its members. Zamili is 15th on the INA's Baghdad electoral list, just a few names below that of his former accuser, Jaafari. When I attempted to get in touch with Islaah Party representatives in London four months ago to hear an explanation for this shift, I received no answer and was stonewalled by members of his office. Today, the official line coming from Jaafari's office is that because the court has cleared Zamili, he considers the matter of his alleged involvement in my father's kidnapping closed.
  9. Never mind...

    I think I'm mistaken...

  10. Haha I'd love to throw my wife out there in the workplace to help me pay the income, but she is too fat and lazy to do anything, and since I can't force her to work, welfare is our 2nd provider.
  11. Bro, what r u smoking? what spam r u on about

  12. who are you? why u sendng me spam?

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