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Asalam alaykum, wara waba. Inshallah you are doing well. I just wanted to ask if anyone knew how to/where to learn the arabic language to the extent that one may understand and speak it? (I am based in London - UK). Also, I do not wish to look into University courses as I cannot attend them currently. Perhaps any useful online resources, or Husayniyahs you may know of within London which teach Arabic? Ja3zakallah.
salam I am an Iraqi. I'm quite young (19), but I am soon 20. However, I have thought of marrying a girl (not yet since I'm not yet financially and psychically), but however in the coming future. First I thought of a girl, which I hoped I could marry when I grew older (I was about 13 or so when I saw her), but surely she grew older, and got married haha lol. Now! I know a family, who is friendly with my family, and their girl is a very good girl. I know her, and she is doing well in school, has very good akhlaqs, and so on and so forth. She speaks the same language as me, and I really think that she is the perfect girl. Now... I don't know what to do yet? Wait until I have the perfect age or should I do something else? please give me some advices, jazaykumullahu khayrul jazzah. Wa alaykum alsalam
Iraqi and Lebanese people both speak Arabic and have large Shia populations why is it that marriage between Lebanese and Iraqi people is so uncommon as opposed to other Arabs?
WARNING EXTREMELY GRAPHIC.... :excl: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZdvc0TgRZY http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/02/28/352702/isil-executes-15-iraqi-soldiers-video/ New video footage has emerged showing the summary execution of 15 Iraqi soldiers by al-Qaeda-linked militants in the west of the country. Posted online on Friday, the video shows 15 people being massacred by militants from the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Iraq’s Anbar province. It was not possible to determine how the soldiers ended up in the hands of the terrorists or when the killing took place. Iraq has witnessed a surge in deadly attacks including bombings and shootings in recent months. The latest incidents of violence came at a time when Iraqi troops, backed by local Sunni tribesmen, are fighting al-Qaeda-affiliated militants in the country’s western regions, including Anbar province. Iraq’s Interior Ministry has said that militants have launched an open war in Iraq and they want to push the Middle Eastern country into chaos. Official figures say some 1,013 people were killed in January alone, making it the deadliest month in Iraq since April 2008.
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