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Default 02-16-2012, 09:58 AM

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speak for yourself ,maybe your ancestors needed some lectuers from wahabis ,

or deobandi hindus , who lived for 250 plus rule under british rule .


the ones who dont understand islam are sitting in jedahh and riad today

you are sayed lol pardon me pir sahib


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very good anecdotes.. can you please tell us more in 10hours? lol


Do you see the flag,soon it will burn and this building too,don't be too happy.

It is a promise by us that we will capture pakistan and enslave it.


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Do you see the flag,soon it will burn and this building too,don't be too happy.

It is a promise by us that we will capture pakistan and enslave it.
I would love it if you would have the guts and the might to do it but that building is the core keeping you alive. Without that you will not stand one hours on your feet and they will come for you... live in the real world not in your Talibanana fantasia. lol
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Default 02-16-2012, 12:21 PM

Afghanistan2010,

there is no room for cheap chauvenism.

Pashtuns are freedom loving people, that's why they respect their own freedom and that of others.
Enslaving people is nothing to be proud of or to brag about.

Nokia is a known Shora-e Nezari bitch.
Let him bark as much as he wants.


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Default 02-16-2012, 12:32 PM

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Afghanistan2010,

there is no room for cheap chauvenism.

Pashtuns are freedom loving people, that's why they respect their own freedom and that of others.
Enslaving people is nothing to be proud of or to brag about.

Nokia is a known Shora-e Nezari bitch.
Let him bark as much as he wants.

Yeah he seems to be proud to enslave people, is it allowed in islam ?


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what does a hindu know about afghanistan, you dont even know your own history.
Do you know me ?
How can you say that ?


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Yeah he seems to be proud to enslave people, is it allowed in islam ?
Definition of enslaving in oxford dictionary


enslave (en|slave)


Pronunciation: /ɪnˈsleɪv, ɛn-/
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[with object]
  • cause (someone) to lose their freedom of choice or action: they were enslaved by their need to take drugs


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Default 02-16-2012, 07:05 PM

full beards were not very popular in pakistan, even among the religious types before the 80s until the afghan mujahadin turned it into the mainstream.


There are people today who think that admitting Godís absolute greatness decreases the value and importance of humans in the creation, as if God and mankind are rivals competing in greatness and power. Meanwhile I feel that whenever our perception of Godís greatness increases, with it we become greater, because we are the creation of a great God.

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full beards were not very popular in pakistan, even among the religious types before the 80s until the afghan mujahadin turned it into the mainstream.
Pakistanis were mostly fond of big thick mustaches
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http://nadeemfparacha.wordpress.com/...-trim-history/

‘I believe the trend started in the 1980s,’ says Sharib, a former member of the Islami Jamiat Taleba (who later joined the MQM).
‘I remember a lot of us were very impressed by the looks of the Afghan mujahideen. Then we started to keep beards like them,’ he explained.


There are people today who think that admitting Godís absolute greatness decreases the value and importance of humans in the creation, as if God and mankind are rivals competing in greatness and power. Meanwhile I feel that whenever our perception of Godís greatness increases, with it we become greater, because we are the creation of a great God.

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