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Ignorance is not asking questions Jun 23, 2016

    1. Revoltingest
      Thanx for the unwhipped & broken clock frubies!
    2. Revoltingest
      Thanx for the minimum frubitude!
      1. Sabour
        You were always generous :D
        Nov 16, 2014
    3. Smart_Guy
      Thank you for the like :D
    4. MD
      Yea they did, because they have been looking for autonomy for centuries. Most of the countries of the Middle East were made up by the British after WW1.

      It's all about politics, and religion is used to manipulate the fighters into doing the bidding of the leaders. It's the same everywhere.
    5. MD
      I have Peshmerga fighters as my profile, who are most likely Muslim. I deeply respect them and think they are some of the most amazing fighters and individuals on this planet. I follow their battles almost daily, and I feel deep sadness when I see them lose to those ISIS barbarians. The Iranian Shi'a fanatics aren't much better either with them. But I still have hope.

      Here's to a future of harmony and prosperity in the Middle East.

    6. MD
      My Dad's from the Middle East and I have met all kinds of Muslims in my life. Many are not ignorant people.

      I don't beleive in mocking a religion. I just don't believe that people should believe anything fully as objective truth and placing that belief over everything else. In the end the most important and basic thing which is to see human beings as human beings first.
    7. MD
      The way you handle attacks and challenges is very kind and I haven't ever experienced this from a religious Sunni Muslim. I've had violence in the past when I debated in person with some people.

      I hope you know that you have changed my views on religious Sunni Muslims and that I was wrong in labelling all as fanatics.
      1. Sabour likes this.
    8. ZooGirl02
      Thanks for being so kind One-answer!
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    9. ZooGirl02
    10. Amechania
      Best wishes my friend. You are welcome for the frubal. I like it when you leave behind doctrine and speak from the heart God have you.
    11. Scimitar
    12. Scimitar
      How are you?
    13. Scimitar
      walakum salaam, yes alhamdulillah I am fine - just busy with work and life really - and making a new series on Gog Magog in sha Allah
    14. England my lionheart
      England my lionheart
      Hi,its ok,ive been away for a while and rarely have time to post
    15. LuisDantas
      Don't worry about that. It is all fine. :)
    16. Smart_Guy
      Thanks for the frubal :)
    17. Smart_Guy
      It is to support you, brother :)

      Others frubal each other and agree to each other's posts while we don't. Prophet Muhammad said that we should support one another, and that believers are like (suppose to be like) the human body, if one part of it gets sick, the whole body spends the nights feeling the pain with it.

      And no problem man, you're welcome :)
    18. Smart_Guy
      Thank you :D
    19. FearGod
      Thanks for the frubal. :)
    20. DawudTalut
      Peace be on you. Thnx4frbl.
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    Quraan 21:30

    Have those who disbelieved not considered that the heavens and the earth were a joined entity, and We separated them and made from water every living thing? Then will they not believe?
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