Archive | May, 2011

A battle with Pride

May 21, 2011

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I had a suspicion and this time my entrance into my local mosque would be different I felt something in me something that made me feel a little special. I was 17 at the time and we had our weekly youth gathering this was meant to be a time to meet up with others from […]

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The Lantern of the Iraqi Community

May 15, 2011

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It was 2003 that I remember walking into Brondesbury park hotel sitting down and seeing a lecturer on the pulpit about to deliver his speech, he was shrouded in the traditional clothing wearing his black turban to signify that he was from the bloodline of the Ahulbayt. In my mind I was elsewhere thinking about […]

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The Taboo of Tatbeer

May 11, 2011

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A word filled with so much emotion and contention that each year it is discussed and each year individuals come forward with their varying opinions. Quite simply Tatbeer is the act whereby the individual sheds blood in remembrance of the tragic events of Karbala. The individual seeks to attain higher spiritual levels by putting oneself […]

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Windows Corrupt Profiles – even after creating a new profile? why?

May 9, 2011

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In many cases to resolve a corrupt profile problem one simply creates a new profile in either c:\documents and settings (xp) or c:\users (vista/7).  Then copying the old user data from their old profile file to their new one thus fixing the problem, this article will show how to edit the registry in order to […]

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The Importance of Saving and Money Management

May 8, 2011

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Only recently have I noticed and had my eyes open to the world of money-saving, a simple act but I feel that many young people fail to implement this or if they are then it is through the encouragement of their parents.  Many of us may start earning money at the ages of 16/17 where […]

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Politics is not for me

May 7, 2011

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With the turn out for the AV vote being so low it sometimes amazes me how some people are adamant at not getting involved  in the world around them.  The turnout of London was 35.4% , really do think about this and consider that if the referendum was successful then it would mean that a […]

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A brief look at Happiness

May 2, 2011

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Something that every human desires to seek whether he is from the lowest common denominator or upon the highest mountains there is no doubt that this is a universal factor that binds mankind together.   The difference though is the method within which this is sought after some say that happiness can be found through various […]

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