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#21 obmar

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Posted 27 December 2003 - 02:35 PM

;)

but he told me that being as him is not enough,
it had to be a lot better than him....

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Posted 27 December 2003 - 03:30 PM

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#23 obmar

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Posted 28 December 2003 - 11:48 AM

what makes Britney Spears'
the most searched name on the net?
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Posted 28 December 2003 - 12:03 PM

obmar,

The answer is sex appeal of course. What is your point?
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Posted 28 December 2003 - 12:05 PM

Probably all the things she is linked to on the headers?
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#26 obmar

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Posted 28 December 2003 - 12:08 PM

if she is on hijab would she so wanted?

O Prophet! Tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to draw their cloaks (veils) over their bodies (when outdoors). That is most convenient that they should be known and not molested. (33:59).


there are real molest and virtual molest...
:D :)

see how wasted young minds could potentially be.....
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Posted 28 December 2003 - 12:11 PM

obmar,

What is wrong with being wanted? What's wrong with being sexy?
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#28 obmar

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Posted 28 December 2003 - 12:30 PM

Nothing wrong,
if the time and reason is right...

life is not about being ....
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Posted 28 December 2003 - 12:35 PM

obmar,

I'm not sure I understand you. Can you elaborate?
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Posted 28 December 2003 - 01:30 PM

Why obmar there is a war in Chechnya? It is a war not against people but against criminals and radical Islam. Hijab for russians is a radicalism, women wearing a hijab will be tafgeted on the streets with insults in her name. Besides wearing a hijab does not prevent Russian moslem from having sex. Muslim virgins in Russia do it up their arses, because the barbarian tradition of puting on display the sheet with a blood on it, is still strong. Moslems are womderful people, and if they not narrow minded they even more wonderful. If you force your daughter to wear a hijab you are nothing but an arsehole. No moslem girls wear hijab in Russia, because if she will get raped you have to deal with her 5 brothers. end of story. Or you have to get married. I dated a lot of moslem girls, they are not different then any westerners. They want to be beautiful and sexy looking.
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Posted 28 December 2003 - 01:52 PM

A clear display of years of disbelief nationhood, and its effect on the minds...

a portion of the song in the Tv just now

Dilahirkan di dunia
Agar menjadi manusia mulia
Ku damba melihatmu bahagia
Berperibadi sempurna
Harungi dunia yang gila

Born to this world
So that one becomes an efficacious being
I pride seeing you happy
perfected self
wading the crazy world
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#32 obmar

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Posted 02 January 2004 - 01:20 AM

Instead of banning headscarves, it is this larger question of the social, political and economic integration of the Muslim minority into mainstream French society that the government should be addressing. Apart from an appraisal of actual policies and programmes that impact upon the community, it calls for a thorough re-examination of certain dominant attitudes exhibited by both the majority and the minority which appear to have contributed to the widening chasm between the two. In other words, social education aimed at overcoming deep seated prejudices and stereotypes should be the priority focus of both State and society at this point in time. President Chirac has adopted the wrong approach to a challenge that confronts most multi-religious societies today.
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Posted 02 January 2004 - 01:35 AM

Universal Rape statistics....

Unfortunately Rape most often is by people that the victim knew....
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Posted 02 January 2004 - 01:49 AM

PLsek, ok I admit it, if men did not have a permanant hard on, there would be no need for Hijab. But lets be realistic, I live and work in western society as a professional / engineering type person. In my office, all I hear from all the men is "cor, look at her, cor look at that". It is so bad I would honestly say, even all the happily married men spend half there working day lusting over this secretary, or that girl or whoever. I would go as far as to say 50 % of the working day is lost to men infatuated with there dicks and not concentrating on there job.

My sis was born and bought up in such a society with absolutely no compulsion to do anything she chose not to. she now wears a Hijab, out of choice, is treated as a person rather than a sex object and is much happier. It is quite easy to say "it is a male problem" but it is a Human problem.
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Posted 02 January 2004 - 01:50 AM

and yet again, Islam has the most realistic answer
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Posted 02 January 2004 - 01:54 AM

Yawn, the pseudo Italian, born again, crusading imbecile shows the extents of his mentality yet again
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Posted 02 January 2004 - 01:56 AM

ok good post sicko, whats the point ?, and despite the french history with muslims they still were against what america did, what does that say ?
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Posted 02 January 2004 - 01:58 AM

Every beetle is a gazelle in the eyes of its mother.
Source: (Moorish)

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Posted 02 January 2004 - 02:03 AM

>>that is a problem with the men not disciplining themselves. There are plenty of men who DO manage to keep their minds on their work. And, the place I've worked that had the most sexually inappropriate behavior was a beef packing plant in which the women were covered as thoroughly as a muslim, and had beef blood all over them besides! It's not the clothing.<<

Imagine if they work without the attire....
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Posted 02 January 2004 - 02:04 AM

gadfly, I was born and bought up in the uk, and have yet to see a mixed working environment where the majority of the men are concentrating on anything other than sexual thoughts inspired by scantily dressed women rather than work. I am not saying this is right, but it is a fact of history and male genes or whatever.

i would estimate the number of working hours lost to lusting men to be greater than alcohol, ciggarettes or anything else. As civilised people we realised smoking was bad for health and the workplace so we banned it. As civilised people we should realise scantily dressed women are bad for the workplace and society, and ban that too, and i am not saying this from a religious or a male point of view, just common sense relating to my experiences
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