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Bismillah
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    1. Sunstone
      Sunstone
      My guess is the people will win round one: That is, Mubarak will go soon. He will be followed by his VP sooner or later. After that, I think it is anyone's guess what sort of new government will emerge in the end.

      My hunch is the sooner the people "go home", the less likely they are to get a representative government. If they can keep with it until more or less everyone involved agrees to a representative government, then the people have a fighting chance. But at times like this, there are always forces in every country who try to seize the revolution to their own -- and not the people's -- ends.

      That, at least, is how I see it.
    2. Sunstone
      Sunstone
      Thank you so much! That was extremely helpful, Abibi. You brought up some aspects of the situation I was unaware of.
    3. Sunstone
      Sunstone
      Will the Egyptian people win this one, Abibi? What do you think?
    4. ConfusedKuri
      ConfusedKuri
      Wa'alaikum Asalam, well I read Isha last night and I slept well afterwards. Maybe a good sign?
    5. beenie
      beenie
      oh, i didn't include in-laws. his parents live here too...make it 10. :p it's a fun, chaotic house lol

      all the best
    6. beenie
      beenie
      haha my family has EIGHT people. i have six daughters and a husband! although sometimes i think he's the seventh child too. :p i hope you did well on your exams, inshAllah. :)
    7. croak
      croak
      That bird's adorable! Thanks! <3
    8. beenie
      beenie
      Salaam,

      I've been lurking, but I guess I haven't had too much to say lately. :o You've been doing an excellent job though! I'll be sure to post when I have something valuable to add. :D I have six daughters, mA and they keep me pretty darn busy. How are you?

      WaSalaam
    9. dmgdnooc
      dmgdnooc
      thanks for the frubal, glad you had a chuckle.

      nooc
    10. Kathryn
      Kathryn
      Thanks, Abibi - I am a very spoiled girl! You're right about a mother's love too. It's very touching to me that my seventy three year old mother still thinks a forty nine year old woman is her baby.

      Thank you for the birthday hoopla!
    11. Caladan
      Caladan
    12. A-ManESL
      A-ManESL
      What you say does make sense. But I think that if we seek (I say we because I too am a student after all) true knowledge it is not always correct to think that it will come easily. If it was presented suddenly to us, perchance we may not appreciate it or repel it from ourselves. So patience is the key, until God's grace intervenes.
    13. A-ManESL
      A-ManESL
      I read that book previously. The concerned quotation was from Arberry's translation of Fihi Ma fihi, styled "Discourses of Rumi". Why do you ask?
    14. croak
      croak
      Not bad, Abibi, yourself?

      People protest here all the time. However, other than venting their rage at who is in power, I doubt people would go about trying to overthrow the government. As usual, we'll wait and see what happens.

      "Little sister"? I haven't heard that one. XD I think they consider us a part of Greater Syria sometimes, though.

      Take care.
    15. Mr Spinkles
      Mr Spinkles
      Hey Abibi, no problem, I think it was post #250 in the Qur'an thread.
    16. croak
      croak
      You should see the raven saying "Hello, Terry!" on YouTube. :D
    17. croak
      croak
      Hello Abibi!

      Ravens croak more often. ;) Crows do most of the cawing. You can hear the difference online. :p
    18. Badran
      Badran
      You're welcome Walid :)
    19. Badran
      Badran
    20. .lava
      .lava
      Istanbul is chaotic and people are crazy :P
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    Birthday:
    Jan 24, 1992 (Age: 28)
    Religion:
    Islam

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    They want to extinguish the light of Allah with their mouths, but Allah refuses except to perfect His light, although the disbelievers dislike it. Al-Qur'an 9:32
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