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2301  Getbig Main Boards / General Topics / Re: Muslim rapes 13 yo and gets let off because....` on: January 28, 2013, 10:56:11 AM
No one's raping anyone, these girls are whoring themselves around.

8 year old plans and murders father and someone else? Also 'just a child' right.

Western society encourages the dumbing down of youth, promiscuity, lewdness, hypocrisy, inconsistent standards, etc...
2302  Getbig Main Boards / General Topics / Re: Muslim rapes 13 yo and gets let off because....` on: January 28, 2013, 09:37:49 AM
Yahoo UK question from a 13 year old:

Can I be a prostitute at 13 yrs?
willll i get into a lot of trouble, or will the person paying me get into more trouble?

I really want money so i can aford things which my firndes have. my mum never spends money on me all she does is drink alcohol and when i ask her for money to go to movies nd stuff she shouts at me and is really bad tempered, i just want some money so i can spend it on clothes. cinema , ice skating nd all that stuff cos u know if i ask my mum she wont give me any
i m also scared that a guy will lie to me and have sex with me without giveing me money

one of my friends whos 17 is a prostitute said its a good way to get money and the yonger u are the more money u can make, also its safe if i get the guy to post the money to my house be4 we meet for sex but what if my mum opens the post of money be4 me, cos i m at school nd shes more likely to get it be4 i do
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troll? i ve been thinking bout this for a long time now just want to hear what peopl say and if somone has don it too. none of u guys understand u dont know me nd havent been in my shoes
1 year ago

thanks for the answers specially Kat , uve given me somethings to think about
1 year ago

Thanks again everyone. yh i have already been into care but felt really bad because my mum needs me too, i need to be there for her or else she will feel stressed and i m scared she might go back to drugs. yh i'l do chores for her nd maybe she ll see and it wil give her a reson to give me money. but i dont think she will cos she is so used on the alcohol now and needs money for that, shes not working anymore, thats why i though if i earn a lot of money by sex then maybe things would get better
but i m going to make some leaflets offering to do cleaning nd gonna put them in the neigbours posts even if i get paid little i'l save it up to go out with friends nd to spend on me
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2303  Getbig Main Boards / General Topics / Re: Muslim rapes 13 yo and gets let off because....` on: January 28, 2013, 09:15:59 AM
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^Too lazy to search harder, but there's alot of hardcore screw ups out there, in fact I've seen a show on tv about a '7 year old prostitute' and how she talks back to her mother, etc... there's quite a few of these screw ups. Besides doesn't western society encourage promiscuity, sexuality, 'fashion etc... for girls and boys? Most fantasize about boyfriends and men as soon as their puberty comes alive.

There's a few

^There's plenty from where that came from. In grade 6 plenty of my 'classmates' fucked around, drank, and smoked weed. They were oh so very white.

Ah all the islamophobes gather so quickly like flies.

I guess you forget the part that Islam forbids premarital sex. So this guy using the excuse that 'his religion' teaches him whatever some lawyer said or he said is a load of non-sense. If he 'learned' anything he woulda known not to be whoring around the net and likewise for the girl.

Bullshit numbers of 16, 18, whatever are meaningless. Once hormones kick in it's natures call. The girl is 13. It's western society that programs people to think 13 year olds are 'helpless' or 'unintelligent' or 'stupid' or uncapable to think or whatever

She wanted it, he wanted it. Either way against Islam.

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And for that one tool on here who randomly goes around "in before ahmed says they are not really muslim" oh they are but they are breaking the law and not following islam.
2304  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Religious Debates & Threads / Re: Educational Videos about Islam on: January 27, 2013, 02:16:47 PM
They have taken as lords beside Allah their rabbis and their monks and the Messiah son of Mary, when they were bidden to worship only One Allah. There is no Allah save Him. Be He Glorified from all that they ascribe as partner (unto Him)! (9:31)

2305  Getbig Bodybuilding Boards / Steroids Info & Hardcore / Re: My new uppcoming cycle plan, stats etc.PICS !!! on: January 26, 2013, 06:42:29 PM
dude we dont wana see ur underwear n shit lol smiley that part out lol. Kinda homo... but on a serious note you look pretty descently lean good job.
2306  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Religious Debates & Threads / Re: Educational Videos about Islam on: January 26, 2013, 02:19:31 PM
ďIf you want to know whatís inside the heart of a person you should listen to what comes out of his mouth .Ē

Ibn Qayyim

2307  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Religious Debates & Threads / Re: Educational Videos about Islam on: January 26, 2013, 02:18:56 PM
Khadija (RA) The First Believer and Helper of Islam - This noble lady, known to us as Mother of the Believers (Ummul Momineen) and the first wife of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), was the first person ever to accept Islam after it had been revealed to him by Jibreel (Angel Gabriel) What an amazing woman she was. Masha'Allah.

Narrated Abu Musa (radiAllahu anhu) : Allahís Apostle (sallAllahu alayhi wasallam) said, ďMany amongst men reached (the level of) perfection but none amongst the women reached this level except Asia, Pharaohís wife, and Mary, the daughter of ĎImran. And no doubt, the superiority of ĎAisha to other women is like the superiority of tharid (i.e. a meat and bread dish) to other meals.Ē

[Sahih Bukhari, Vol 4, Hadith #623]

2308  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Religious Debates & Threads / Re: The suffering of Palestinian Muslims and Christians on: January 26, 2013, 01:46:50 PM
Ya bro.. since before I was muslim it really hurt me and touch me... it's absolute evil.

There is NO true coverage of what's happening and it's been happening for DECADES!

Ignorant idiots go 'haha them mozzlems' NOT realizing it's ALSO christians who are being decimated! What's even funny is that evangelical christians support Israel YET it israelis HATE christians, HATE americans and talk shit about them openly in their media, but don't mind taking their money and 'support'.

There are so many documentaries showing the same things over and over again but people turn a blind eye... the whole world just tries to ignore the problem as then it would show the double standards and hypocricy of many governments and media outlets.
2309  Getbig Main Boards / General Topics / Re: The Balkans on: January 26, 2013, 01:38:18 PM
what i need help with is if i go bosnia or serbia i need aas sources LOOL... i am not 100% if its OTC to get galenika testosterone depot.. i wonder if i can get schering primo otc there too??? I know in Turkey you can get schering primo otc but that's turkey hehe

Cuz I'm on trt and if im on a cycle and travelling there. I do have family in the region. I have slav blood too Wink
2310  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Religious Debates & Threads / The suffering of Palestinian Muslims and Christians on: January 26, 2013, 12:32:26 PM
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2311  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / USA the hypocrite on: January 26, 2013, 11:52:32 AM
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Piece of shit police state
2312  Getbig Main Boards / General Topics / Re: The Balkans on: January 26, 2013, 11:23:57 AM
Not always just being white is often enough.
I lived in Dar es Salaam for a short time a few years ago, they have a large Arab comunity there.
They openly hated us when walking past us on the streets, when driving etc
I still remember when I walked into the mess room every day at work you could cut the tension with a knife, the Arabs hated the fact that a whitey was there.
Another Engineer and I went to a resturant one night and the Arabs had a shit fit that we sat at the table next to them.
The poor waitress asked us to move and we refused, they then moved.
And I am not even an American.

lol I am white, but since I became muslim and have a beard, etc... I never experience such things, in fact living in arab country i never experienced such a thing neither did my family. Only if you have something representing the US in some shape or form did you get bad looks, that's about it.

There's a reason Americans are hated, and well everyone knows it but Americans themselves lol. They've created and are creating a bad rep for themselves every day, and as such... other people who APPEAR american get the blame.

Kind of how americans spread hate of Arabs, Muslims, Brown people, and idiot americans assume then sikhs, hindus, etc... are Arabs or Muslim or something lol.
2313  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Religious Debates & Threads / Re: People who have become Muslim on: January 25, 2013, 11:22:22 PM
subhanAllah... this was traumatizing... and so deep... the life and times people go through subhanAllah and yet how they embrace Islam and change themselves

How The Quran Changed J.R.'s Life
J.R. Farrell's Journey to Islam::--

I can remember, throughout my childhood, all the times my parents fought over money issues, living situations and the like.

... I remember living in the project homes on the South Central side of Chicago with almost nothing to eat.

With a family of 10 it was hard for my father to support the family in the most desirable fashion.

Difficult Youth

My father was a hard working man, although he spent most of his time drinking away our family income and beating my mom, I still love my father. My father comes from Irish and German background, he has a sort of 'back home' old-fashion way of living.

Whenever he would come home drunk or just upset about something he would come to me and my younger brother and lay it out on us until he had nothing else to do.

Many times I could not even walk or breathe from all of the blows. Of course I had to be the one who got it most because I was older and any rap my brother gave I would take his whack as well. This was most of my childhood.

Then came my teenage years. With everything happening around me, such as girlfriends, flings, boozing, bars, drugs, etc. I just could not allow myself to be a part in any of it. It just didn't feel right.

My brother was one of the biggest drug dealers in Chicago. Many a day he would bring his stash home to sell locally. He knew my views on the whole idea and when he left one day, I took about $1,000 of drugs he had stashed away and flushed it down the toilet. When he found out, I swear, he wanted to kill me; and he would have if he had the chance. Of course I was the one who my parents took it out on because I was older and I should have taught him better.

That made me realize how fragile life can be. I didn't want to die an idiot so I began studying anything and everything. I couldn't take my face out of a book unless I put it in another. You have to realize something about my family, they are very competitive toward one another. Once they see the other person advancing they want to stop you in your tracks and allow you to go no further.

My parents had mixed feelings of my personal studies. They were worried that I might become brainwashed or follow some cult. They were right in one thing, I became a Nazi in 1994. I loved the fact that Hitler had thousands of people under his control. It made me feel I was somebody. My father was pleased with the whole idea.

Back in the 60's when Martin Luther King Jr. was getting everyone fired up about his 'dream' my father was planning on getting rid of all of the blacks in the Chicago land area. In fact when Martin Luther King Jr. had marched through Marquette Park and Sherman Park on the South West side, my father had formed a gang, (the gang) that not only threw the blacks out but also caused a white against black war. That day my father hit Martin Luther King in the nose with a brick and to this day he brags about it.

Shortly after this incident Charles Manson and his crazy family were starting their secret mission. He was another who I admired and wanted to be like. While in the Nazi's I had witnessed the 60's all over again. I was there when they organized the attack on the little 11 year old black boy walking in a white neighborhood in Chicago (around 1997). They would have killed him but they wanted to leave a sign. Upon seeing these things I knew that I didn't fit in any more.

In 1995 I had met the first girl I could ever say I had loved. Even though I had a perfect opportunity to do whatever I wanted with her, I didn't. I couldn't allow myself to be completely intimate with someone who I wasn't married to. A few months afterward I had proposed to her and for a little over 3 years we remained engaged with out being sexually active. We both understood that more problems would occur. Being with this woman I was able to become who I wanted to be. I studied and studied and began to realize my life and it's purpose. I knew that I was missing something, I mean I really knew but I couldn't put my finger on it, but I would not give up searching.

The more I read the more my parents were drawn back. As I had pointed out that my family is very competitive they began mentally attacking me with how bad a child I was and how ungrateful a person I am for their shelter and food they supply me with. My parents never graduated high school, in fact they both only made it through the 8th grade and dropped out of the 9th. Therefore their education is obviously limited. All they know is what they see on TV and see from the behavior of people. I have to admit, from my parents raising me the way they did, I honor their discipline and give them absolute gratitude for what they did for me. They forced me to become a man. I had my first job at the age of 12.

At the age of 13 I was working full time making just as much as they. By the age of 16 I had my 1st apartment. I cooked, cleaned, washed my own laundry, did my own shopping and was preparing myself to get married. From the point of view that my parents judged people by their actions, I agreed with them and I still do. But that caused me to hate Muslims and Islam. I swear I really hated Muslims like you would not believe. Many say it is due to the media, well yes, it is a part of the madness, but mostly it is the own fault of the Muslims. The Muslims are the ones who have destroyed the reputation of Islam to a point that others hate us and we don't even know what we believe any more. It's sad but true. I have to tell you that most immigrants who enter into this country to make money are the number one accusers of spoiling the true image of Islam.

In 1997 my fiancťe had given me the Quran as a gift, simply because I loved to read. Just to show you how much I hated the Muslims...Well when she gave me the Quran it caused a fight between us and we had separated for quite some time. Eventually I had picked it up and began reading it. I can remember that very day. The house was crystal clean, the air was soft and sweet and the lighting was dim and perfect for reading. It was the translation from Abdullah Yusuf Ali.

I read his introduction, the first 3 pages, and I began to cry like a baby. I cried and cried and I couldn't help myself. I knew that this was what I was looking for and I wanted to beat myself to death for not finding it earlier. I just knew in my heart how magical it was. This was not the Islam I knew. This was not the Arab thing I was taught to think was dirty. This was my life wrapped up in a few pages. Every page told my life. I was reading my soul and it felt good, but regretful. After this I had reunited with my fiancťe and we discussed the whole matter maturely. Shortly afterward we both accepted Islam and were willing to live our lives as Muslims, even if it meant separately.

When my parents found out all hell broke loose. My father had threatened to take my life. He said, "You were born Catholic and so help me God I will make sure you die Catholic......" My mother's reaction was similar. I wanted to go to college more than anything, I wanted a formal education. So I got a job and paid my way through furthering my education in college. At that point my parents began flipping out over my conversion and my mother threw me out of the house which caused me to remain living in the streets for 6 months. I ate out of garbage cans, I slept in the coldest nights through the blizzard of '99. I walked miles to be with Muslims. I was chased out of neighborhoods by police officers for going into black neighborhoods attending Jummah prayer. I was pelted with rocks, spit on, harassed, etc. I just wanted to be with Muslims.

After some time I met a friend who made a deal with me. He said, "If you can build us a masjid in our muffler shop, you can stay there until you find a place..." I agreed. The muffler shop had a second floor area, about 2000 square feet for storage. Every day I had spent hours on removing inventory supplies and garbage. Within one month I had utilized half of the space, built a wall, added a window, installed a door, put in some carpeting, painted and opened up the first Muffler shop masjid in the city of Chicago. I had learned the carpentry trait from my uncle. It was my first full time job.

Around 6 months later I had maintained a good job and moved in with two friends. My old fiancťe was out of the picture by now. We had agreed to live our lives as Muslims, not as fools. I loved her more than anyone I had ever loved. But being Muslim was far more important than being with a person. In 1999 I had become the President of the Muslims Student Association at my college. I was attending Halaqat daily, going to seminars, I had a mentor, and I built a relationship with my enemies; Muslims.

In 2000 I was on my way to Hajj. An experience I will never forget. I had visited Madinah and other neighboring areas. The one thing I had realized at Hajj was the truth about God and the history of Islam. We can only go back in time so far and we can only rely on what text books tell us about people and places. In Makkah and Madinah I had seen with my very own eyes the magic of Islam's great history. It was as if I was living the history. I felt the Hadith come to life. I saw the Sahabah in the mountain tops. I smelt the battle of Badr. I tasted the air the Prophet once breathed. I felt the real Islam that each and everyone of us are destroying.

Although I am alone, without a wife or a family to call my own, I know Islam is life, not a way of life but life itself. I understand that Islam is not a religion, because religion can be pluralized. I understand that Muslims are not what Islam has to offer. I understand that Islam cannot be judged by the actions of Muslims, Muslims can only be judged by Islam.

I have been given a great opportunity to become who I am and who I am is no one no higher or less than each and every one else. I was given the opportunity to acquire my dream job. I have always wanted to work for relief work and helping people, as much as my past contradicts the fact, but it's true. I now work for Global Relief Foundation, it's where I have been for over a year now.

As much as I fed you with words of my life, nothing can explain my heart. I have only mentioned a few of the many obstacles I have faced, I know that many of you have faced so much more. My purpose of telling you this is to say that I understand the difficulties many are going through.

2314  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Religious Debates & Threads / Re: People who have become Muslim on: January 25, 2013, 10:54:05 PM
Bringing a Friend to Christianity Led Me to Islam
It's the most logical doctrine you won't find in any other religion::

My name is Rasheed. I'm from Florida, in the United States. Iím twenty four years old.

I came to Islam in December ...of 2004, so I was seventeen at the time.

Currently I work as an optical lab technician.

I want to tell my story of how I came to Islam, and maybe give some advice to people who are trying to find their path In-Shaa-Allah.

Generally I was like a church kid, I was raised in the Southern Baptist church. I went to church very frequently; Bible studies and services, so I knew my Bible. I was not very knowledgeable, but knowledgeable enough for a kid of thirteen to seventeen years when I'd really gone into it.

Before converting, I was a very strong believer in the Trinitarian Christian faith, as I was a Southern Baptist, and I was very firm in this faith. I didnít know much about Islam to have an opinion. I think that was a kind of self-imposed ignorance because of how the media portrays Islam. So I didnít want to go there, as I was afraid of what I might learn. So I thought whatever the news told me basically.

I didnít know much about Islam, but I had actually done my fair share of homework on Buddhism, Hinduism, and that was based on pure curiosity and interest in Eastern cultures. Having been brought up in the Christian faith, going to Bible studies you get a kind of cursory basic information about Judaism because the Old Testament is incorporated into the Bible. So, I knew a little bit about Judaism, basic tenents of Hinduism and Buddhism, Taoism not much, Shinto a little. So the major religions I did look a little into the basics at first.

I never went on like a journey to find the truth because being raised in the church as firmly as I had been I always assumed that I was upon it already. So what actually happened was that there was another revert brother that I went to school with, we were pretty good friends at the time. But having been raised in this Christian environment, and finding out that he had left the faith that I loved so much, I was personally offended that he chose to leave it. So I took it upon myself as kind of like a crusade to bring him back to the church, witnessed to him and all this kind of thing, but without knowing anything about his religion.

I tried my best, and through that what I had to do is finally research about Islam on my own, and through asking him also, as we would have various kinds of debates on doctrinal issues. So we discussed, and he would teach me this aspect of Islam and this aspect, and what do I say to that now because I did not know that before, as it made sense to me, and I had nothing to say. So as this went on, actually my mission to bring him out of Islam led me to Islam, Alhamdulillah.

Yes, I didnít go on a search for truth as some people do. But I guess Allah guided me in the way that He did, Alhamdulillah.

Life After Islam

I can be totally honest and say my life hasnít really changed that much because of how I was raised, like going to church a lot. My lifestyle per se didnít change very much. I just picked up the few extra prayers per day and stopped eating pork. I didnít indulge in alcohol at that time anyway, so I didnít have to really leave it.

Belief in God as in the Trinitarian doctrine I always just accepted because thatís what we believed, but I didnít understand it. So if you don't understand something how can you really say that you believe it?
I can say with confidence that I never really did believe in a triune God. I believed thereís God, but what changed was my belief in Jesus, peace be upon him; in his relationship to God, his relationship to us. Thatís really what did change.

From the bottom of my heart I have to say just do it, because to me speaking from reason it is the only way of life that people should be following. Itís the complete way of life that you wonít find in any other religion. And it's the most logical doctrine you can say you won't find in any other religion. It makes perfect sense, and the way of life that is encouraged and commanded by God is the perfect way of life.

My advice would be to just make sure that thatís what you want for yourself, and just do it. Don't worry and put your trust in God. Also, if you have any Muslim friends that you are already in contact with that may be teaching you about Islam, then ask them; and donít be shy to ask them to bring you to the mosque they go to, to talk to their Imam or with some of the other knowledgeable persons in their congregation.

So, if you have decided to take on this path, then congratulations. You will have my prayers for continued guidance and success in this life and in the next life; the real life.

My advice would be: just be wary from where you get information from. Donít be hasty to join up with a sect with slogans and all these things. Learn your information, go slow; it is the beginning of the path. Youíve just started. You just cannot attain ultimate truth within a year or something. Take your time. Always make sure to purify your intentions, and whatever youíre doing is for the sake of Allah, and in His worship.

So, brothers and sisters in Islam, and hopefully new brothers and sisters in Islam, I hope my words could benefit you in some way In-Shaa-Allah, and inspire you to embrace Islam and to progress on the path your are on.

Keep me in your prayers.

2315  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Religious Debates & Threads / Re: Educational Videos about Islam on: January 25, 2013, 10:44:35 PM
❀ Who is he that will lend ALLAH a good loan so HE may multiply it for him many times over? And it is Allah who withholds and grants abundance, and to Him you will be return...ed. (Quran 2:245)

✿ The example of those who spend their wealth in the way of Allah is like a seed [of grain] which grows SEVEN spikes; in each spike is a HUNDRED grains. And Allah multiplies [His reward] for whom He wills. And ALLAH is all-Encompassing and Knowing. (Quran 2:261)
2316  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Religious Debates & Threads / Re: People who have become Muslim on: January 25, 2013, 10:27:50 PM
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2317  Getbig Bodybuilding Boards / Steroids Info & Hardcore / Re: new cycle: blast from beginning or gradual build up on: January 25, 2013, 09:12:26 PM
Gradual build up is smarter.

Since I was off trt and my body went to shitz in 10 months I thought "BIG COME BACK CYCLE" I blew up (1g test, 600mg deca, anadrol 100mg ed, superdrol 20mg), i also flared up gyno like NEVER before, and.... I tore my shoulder/pec by going 40lbs up per dumbell in a month. Everyone could tell something was fishy, instant strength gains, epic size gains (and i lost 2" off waist without cardio). And then injury + gyno. Plus since Ramadan was around the corner, since I was in a bulk, the sudden crash in calories + fasting didn't go well. Lost 17lbs no it was not all fat

The ramadan prior on the hand while still on trt i RECOMPED and was blasting 1.4g of sustanon test! So you see the difference? However I got off trt and all hell broke lose. Within ONLY two weeks off getting off trt, I stayed the same weight but gained so much fat and lost so much muscle that I went from 33" waist to 37" waist... horribly depressing (I wasn't fasting either at this point yet had NO appetite). Misery ensued for 3 months but that was another story.. aah being off trt.

Yeah... it's smarter in my opinion to build up.. then when you 'feel right' cruise on that, blast.

Prior to that shenanigans of getting off trt.. i was cruising between 500-750g and blasting at 1g of test... it worked BUT i worked my way up to that... within a year's time i was at the same weight i started (pre-trt (this is the first time not second trt time) but COMPLETELY different body composition)

Now after the 'come back' error and ramadan... i have been doing JUST trt dose of 200 test but i add in other injectables to do the work instead... i am doing great...

Jumping in so fast especially if you're fat will probably result in gyno and side effects. Now that I am lean again (dropped 7 inches off my waist since starting trt again in may) i can blast all i want and i barely even run an ai but im not getting gyno.. i got it all under control...

Just my two cents..
2318  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: 2014 Corvette C7 on Jay Leno's Garage on: January 25, 2013, 09:02:32 PM
I saw it before the thread, but honestly I wana FINALLY see some videos of it being ripped on!
2319  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Religious Debates & Threads / Re: People who have become Muslim on: January 25, 2013, 09:00:53 PM
I watched a few documentaries it's absolutely mind blowing amazing how many Japanese are becoming Muslims mashAllah...!

There was a time before I was muslim that i was so fascinated with Japanese, Chinese and Korean cultures. They are all very different, just not to the naked white man eye lol.

I also never knew how many millions upon millions of Chinese Muslims exist uiyghur and han! And who are becoming Muslim, especially in Hong Kong since it's such an international hub.

And korea! Of all places. Most of the koreans I knew were becoming Christians due to missionaries going there, in fact one of my taekwondo masters was an evangelical christian. One of my korean high school friends was a missionary (I was just becoming interested in islam that time gradually). So many koreans are becoming Muslim and not only that but learning arabic and fluently! Impressive!
2320  Getbig Main Boards / General Topics / Re: What do you Know about Arabs??.. on: January 25, 2013, 08:51:39 PM
The good:

Awesome food, eloquent and expressive language, passionate, hot women (well my wife is half arab), I think I said amazing food already, very hospitable, very family oriented, respectful, take care of their elderly, take care of their children, many are very highly educated (engineers, doctors). Rich history and culture that the west can't start to scratch.

The bad:

Some are village idiots/uneducated, these types are also ill mannered and disrespectful, these are the ones that make everyone look like they beat their wives, etc... the ones who make western headlines for weeks on weeks even if it's just one idiot. The ones that are irreligious can be money oriented/greedy, class oriented, prestige oriented. The women that are irreligious could be whores, but then their whole community/neighbourhood would know them as such and no one would want anything to do with them.

Oh and their women can TALK... you guys are ignorant. You think 'mozzlem' women are oppressed? Arab women can talk back worse than a black sista. That being said not all arabs are muslim there are christians too but pretty much ALL OF THEM talk back like a minigun out of hell. You have to know how to tame a woman. I did mine lol. They are wild mouthed. If they are religious though, they know how to be respectful and mannered, however they still know how to fight back trust me lol.

Oh another fact. Arab women are SPOILED and EXPECT to be spoiled and pampered. American women WISH they were pampered like Arab women. The media has you fooled as all hell. You can keep believing all you want about being better off, arab/muslim women being oppressed blabla, but you don't have a freaking clue...  Roll Eyes Very common that they have maids, cooks, cleaners, drivers/chauffers, etc...


I've lived with Arabs, loved it. Only bad experience? I got a rock thrown at me for wearing USA pro cup 94 football (soccer) shorts LOL. I didn't know better at the time. I thought "USA IS GREAT" at the time, but then I was ignorant.

Arab countries are also amazing... laid back life style, peaceful life style, enjoyable life style, food is affordable, gas is so damn cheap, houses are frickin villas in size and design compared to anything we have here, no sticks and matchbox houses, but concrete, cement, rebar, marble, real not decorative bricks, etc... All year summer (win for me I hate cold weather yes I'm in Canada)

Roads are EPIC... especially the highways, buildings are beautiful. Almost all arab countries have the same vibe. The traditional areas and the modern areas.
2321  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Religious Debates & Threads / Re: People who have become Muslim on: January 25, 2013, 08:34:24 PM
A US technology engineer in Saudi Arabia converted to Islam, saying he was impressed by the way people kissed the head of their seniors.

Stuart Elby, 33, a robot engineer at the German Siemens company in the Gulf kingdom, named himself Omar and went to the mosque in Riyadh on Friday with Saudi friends and some members of a government Islamic guidance centre.

ďHe prayed with them at the mosque for the first time after they showed him how to prayÖhe asked many questions and appeared impressed when he saw that people were kissing the forehead of their seniors,Ē
Sabq daily said.

It said friends told him that the kiss signifies respect for the elderly and that lifting the witness finger while praying refers to the ďoneness of God,Ē

2322  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Religious Debates & Threads / Re: People who have become Muslim on: January 25, 2013, 08:30:55 PM
Hana Tajima converted to Islam when she was 17. Frustrated by the lack of variety in Islamic clothing for converts she founded Maysaa, a fashion house that designs western-inspired clothing that conforms to hijab. ¬ ĒItís true that I never decided to convert to Islam, nor was there a defining moment where I realised I wanted to be Muslim. ¬ My family arenít particularly religious. ¬ I was interested in religion, but very disinterested in how it related to my life. ¬ I grew up in rural Devon where my Japanese father was the ethnic diversity of the village. ¬ It wasnít until I studied at college that I met people who werenít of the exact same background, into Jeff Buckley, underground hip-hop, drinking, and getting high. ¬
I met and became friends with a few Muslims in college, and was slightly affronted and curious at their lack of wanting to go out to clubs or socialise in that sense. ¬ I think it was just the shock of it, like, how can you not want to go out, in this day and age.

ďIt was at about that time that I started to study philosophy, and without sounding too much like I dyed my hair black and wore my fringe in front of my face, I began to get confused about my life. I was pretty popular, had good friends, boyfriends, I had everything I was supposed to have, but still I felt like Ďis that it?í ¬ So these things all happened simultaneously, I read more about religion, learned more about friends of other backgrounds, had a quarter life crisis. ¬ There were things that drew me to Islam in particular, it wasnít like I was reaching for whatever was there. ¬ The fact that the Qurían is the same now as it ever was means thereís always a reference point. The issues of womenís rights were shockingly contemporary.

The more I read, the more I found myself agreeing with the ideas behind it and I could see why Islam coloured the lives of my Muslim friends. ¬ It made sense, really, I didnít and still donít want to be Muslim, but there came a point where I couldnít say that I wasnít Muslim.

ďTelling my family was the easy part. ¬ I knew theyíd be happy as long as I was happy, and they could see that it was an incredibly positive thing. ¬ My friends went one of two ways, met with a lack of any reaction and lost to the social scene, or interested and supportive. ¬ More the former, less the latter.Ē

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2324  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Religious Debates & Threads / Re: Educational Videos about Islam on: January 25, 2013, 12:01:03 PM
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