My blind Valentine

I went to the Graduate’s Society (the translation sounds funny) last night, not to hear speeches since I have had enough of those. But I thought may be I will run into two cyber friends whom are very dear to me: Shurouq and Princess. I neither could stand what seemed to me 7izb Alomah’s coalition with liberals, nor was easy to single out my friends in the crowd; I got disappointed and left early. Too bad cause the bright blue eyed guy sitting next to me was very cute and funny.

Away from this indigestion:
Let’s see what love has to offer for Valentine.
A friend who was insisting lately to meet up with me and I kept postponing, kept SMSing while I was in the conference asking me to pass by urgently, so I did.
This friend is having a small “love gathering for valentine” and he is fixing me up with a blind date. And as ridiculous as this may sound, his arrangement does not sound too bad. I do not know anything about my date, not even his name, neither does he. All we know about each other (his point of view) is that we both compliment each other. There will be other singles (both genders) in the gathering and so he is betting that we two would readily click. And although I refused in the beginning, he convinced me that if things did not go as he expected then neither of us will ever know who the other one is. Not bad ha?
He might even turn out to be the cute guy I was sitting next to last night ( wishful thinking).
So guys, there it goes, and I hope I won’t be disappointed as I was last night.
Have a wonderful Valentine with lots of love.

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23 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jewaira
    Feb 14, 2006 @ 16:58:00

    Love to hear about what happened at the gathering 🙂 Sounds exciting

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  2. غريب
    Feb 14, 2006 @ 17:43:00

    كل عام ونتى الحب

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  3. AyyA
    Feb 14, 2006 @ 18:51:00

    Jewara
    Exciting yes, but I’m having butterflies.
    Gareeb
    Ana 6ool elyoom ga3da adendin
    الليله احساسي غريب..
    عاشق وانا مالي حبيب
    حبيت كل الناس لاموني..
    حبيت كل احبابي باعوني
    قلت احب الحب احسن ..
    قلت احب الحب اضمن ..
    لا احن ولا اتوه ولا بعد في يوم احزن
    الليله غير … شعوري غير … اشواقي غير
    حتى الاغاني غير …
    صدري سما واحساسي طير
    بس طيفك ماتركني
    ظل ساكن وسط جفني
    كان يذكر وانته ناسي
    كان طيب وانته قاسي
    انته وينك .. انته وينك
    كان هذا الفرق مابيني وبينك
    جيتني تشكي الزمن وجيتك اريد ادفى
    لقيت في قلبي وطن ولقيت بك منفى
    الليله احساسي غريب ..
    عاشق وانا مالي حبيب
    Thanks sweets

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  4. ولاّدة
    Feb 14, 2006 @ 19:42:00

    أيا

    للأسف لم يحصل لي شرف الإلتقاء بك حتى الآن…كانت ندوة التأمل إياها فرصة ولكن تم إلغاؤها

    المرة الجاية

    أما عن يومك فأتمنى لك حب بمستوى شفافيتك…حكمتك وجمالك

    أحبك أيتها الصديقة التي لم ألتق بها حتى الآن

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  5. Mushmushi
    Feb 14, 2006 @ 22:19:00

    Good luck tonight 🙂

    By the way, I was at the Graduate Society too! It started getting repetitive at the end, didn’t you think?

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  6. WilteD_RoSe
    Feb 15, 2006 @ 11:02:00

    tell us more

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  7. Ms.Baker
    Feb 15, 2006 @ 11:20:00

    Ayya-

    Happy Valentines (belatedly)…

    Wishing you lots of romance to come 😉

    MsB

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  8. Zaydoun
    Feb 15, 2006 @ 11:24:00

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  9. AyyA
    Feb 15, 2006 @ 13:19:00

    Lady J
    I had a great night; he is a very sweet person, educated and with a very liberal mind. Nobody had to tell me who it was because the euphoric look in my friend (and his girl’s) was obvious (you should have seen the look LOL). In short; it seems as a good project for a friendship but nothing more. He thinks I’m too skinny, you know some Arab male preference :p, ah well.

    Princess
    I know sweetie, this is the second time we miss each other, but as they say; elthaltha thabta. Inshallah one day soon. And I had a lovely day filled with love around my kids, my baby (dog) as well as beautiful friends. As for a lover; I’m not looking for that, if he comes into my life fine, otherwise el7imdillah, I don’t feel inah shay nagisni. I think your prayers sent ample positivistness my way, love you honey :*

    Mushmush
    Ah, you too, see, I missed more than what I thought I did. Too bad 😦
    As for the speeches; they were repetitive and exhaustive. The thing that bothered me the most is the vast attendance of 7izb Alommah. It’s not being prejudice, but, this group have their own agendas and I’m not sure if it is a legal party, I know they had issues with the government before but did not follow the dispute. So they still fall under a big question mark ????????.
    I think one of the biggest mistakes that some known liberals did is issuing a joint statement suggesting el7ikoomah elsha3biya at a time the country was going through its worst political transition of el7okom, and with whom? This incident still gives me a tinge of bitterness. And now being with them in the same boat gives a lot of misinterpreted signals that liberal don’t need. I have never seen liberals so week and desperate.

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  10. AyyA
    Feb 15, 2006 @ 13:29:00

    Wilted_rose
    I will if there is some juicy developments 😉
    But I doubt it :p

    MsB
    May all your days be filled with love and happiness, if love could have another name, it’s MsB, you deserve the best.

    Big Z
    I’ll check it and get back to you, poetry needs its special sacred time 🙂

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  11. mosan mosan
    Feb 15, 2006 @ 14:08:00

    Ayya

    Don’t be naïve talk is cheap …
    I didn’t know you are traitor..(fishing for flirtation )
    Next time something like that comes up .. he has to be interviewed by me to get the approval

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  12. AyyA
    Feb 15, 2006 @ 19:13:00

    Mosano san
    When you left me for your valentine, I compensated that with flirtation :p
    Next time I’ll let you choose my valentine, but I’ll never stop loving you :*

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  13. WilteD_RoSe
    Feb 15, 2006 @ 21:28:00

    heeeey ayya

    u know what hon thats what i found here in kuwait they look more at body not heart.

    glad at least u had a fun time

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  14. The Truth
    Feb 16, 2006 @ 17:59:00

    Hello >>>

    Plz check

    http://benkerishan.blogspot.com/2005/10/blog-post_15.html

    u wrote something that is not true!

    i posted a reply 4 ya!

    read it

    My regards THE TRUTH

    و اتمنى انج تتحرين و اددقين في معلوماتج اكثر اوكيك

    تشااااو

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  15. AyyA
    Feb 16, 2006 @ 18:55:00

    WilteD_RoSe
    Some men are shallow

    The truth
    I replied to you at the link and re-inter it here:
    أبو منصور أحمد بن منصور الطبرسي ( المتوفي سنة 620هـ ) :
    روى الطبرسي في الاحتجاج عن أبي ذر الغفاري رضي الله عنه أنه قال: (( لما توفي رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم جمع علي عليه السلام القرآن ، وجاء به إلى المهاجرين والأنصار وعرضه عليهم لما قد أوصاه بذلك رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم ، فلما فتحه أبو بكر خرج في أول صفحة فتحها فضائح القوم ، فوثب عمر وقال : يا علي اردده فلا حاجة لنا فيه ، فأخذه عليه السلام وانصرف ، ثم أحضروا زيد بن ثابت ـ وكان قارئا للقرآن ـ فقال له عمر : إن عليا جاء بالقرآن وفيه فضائح المهاجرين والأنصار ، وقد رأينا أن نؤلف القرآن ، ونسقط منه ما كان فضيحة وهتكا للمهاجرين والأنصار. فأجابه زيد إلى ذلك.. فلما استخلف عمر سأل عليا أن يدفع إليهم القرآن فيحرفوه فيما بينهم )) الاحتجاج للطبرسي منشورات الأعلمي – بيروت – ص 155 ج1.
    ويزعم الطبرسي أن الله تعالى عندما ذكر قصص الجرائم في القرآن صرح بأسماء مرتكبيها ، لكن الصحابة حذفوا هذه الأسماء ، فبقيت القصص مكناة. يقول : (( إن الكناية عن أسماء أصحاب الجرائر العظيمة من المنافقين في القرآن ، ليست من فعله تعالى ، وإنها من فعل المغيرين والمبدلين الذين جعلوا القرآن عضين ، واعتاضوا الدنيا من الدين )) المصدر السابق 1/249.
    You have your sources and I have mine. And both are rubbish, because both were taken from the word of mouth and not the actual history, the fact remains; there is no authentic Koran nor tradition. If you care to know the truth go back to history, not the books written by elmalalwah

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  16. Anonymous
    Feb 17, 2006 @ 00:34:00

    hello there >>>
    still – we have one Quran
    for all Muslims.
    when u say there is another version of Quran u have to show that version.

    thats the point um highlighting!

    u have ur own opinion about Quran

    But still its one book!

    Mus7af Fatma is NOT a Quran!

    and about ur source!

    i found it!

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  17. The Truth
    Feb 17, 2006 @ 00:38:00

    hello there >>>
    still – we have one Quran
    for all Muslims.
    when u say there is another version of Quran u have to show that version.

    thats the point um highlighting!

    u have ur own opinion about Quran

    But still its one book!

    Mus7af Fatma is NOT a Quran!

    and about ur source!

    i found it!

    if u want to check about something don’t look at it from a prejudice point of view of someone else

    u like thinking in a secular way then go and take a look!

    http://www.alhikmeh.com/quran/b&m/nafe-tahref/a01.htm#1

    Read this online-book and you will see that ur source is unfair!

    Also >>>
    look for Nahij el Bla’3a lil Emam Ali – read through it

    it isn’t about my sources and yours

    ur words made me look for the truth

    so um telling you look for the truth with ur eyes – not with ur ears

    anyone can simply accuse someone of being wrong by simply Miss-interpreting facts

    so read for urself – its obvious that ur a highly educated sophisticated women

    read Nahj el Bla’3a

    go to ay maktabah in Bnaid el Gaar and buy it out of curiosity.

    My Regards Ruby

    (forgive my spelling its lousy)

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  18. AyyA
    Feb 17, 2006 @ 10:00:00

    The truth
    This excerpt was taken from the link you provided:
    ولو ظفر اليهود والزنادقة بمسلم يعتقد في القرآن لحناً جعلوه حجة
    This is exactly why Moslem are FORBIDDEN to read any exegesis of Koran; they do not want to believe that Koran could be manipulated because then they would be defying the belief of blind faith ( aliman almotlaq); how could the words of God be manipulated if God Himself took the liberty of keeping it till resurrection day? This is the conflict. Tradition is different though since it is written by man, therefore you see today different sects having different reference ( marji3). And these are so diverse in Tafseer and in the interpretation of Koran and alseerah even under the same sect. I tend to discard all because they do not tell me the truth about the history of Koran; they only portray the political disputes over ruling the Islamic state after the prophet’s death. Since it’s a well known fact that Koran was not compiled until the reign of khalifat Utoman ( the first version of what we have today) according to well documented Moslem sources and even that had no vowels ( fat7a, thama, etc. and probably not even tangeet, since the history of “tangeet al7oroof” in Arabic language is still under argument) they only present a biased point of view with lots of decorative words. Very few learned Muslims have critically analyzed the book because any attempt is accompanied with fear of being labeled as an atheist or biased to yahood wa nasara. May be even ye7aliloon damah as Alkhumaini did to Salman Rushdi. Who said that Islam is the religion of freedom?
    There are lots of publications though, some dated to more than fifty years back which I trust more, because they go back to old documentations and el3omlat of those days taken from the civilizations that encountered Islam back to the time of the prophet and expressed what they had known about the new religion:
    1- A. Guillaume, Islam ( Harmonsworth, 1978)
    2- E. Gibbon, Decline and fall of the Roman Empire, 6 vols, ( London, 1941)
    3- T. Garlyle, Sartor Resartus: On Heroes and Hero Worship ( London, 1973)
    4- S.Reinach, Orpheus: A History of Religion ( New York, 1932)
    5- J. Wansbrough, Quranic Studies ( oxford, 1977)
    6- C. J. Adams, “Quran: The Text and Its History” in the Encyclopedia of Religion, Mircea Eliade, editor in-chief ( New York, London: Macmillan, 1987)
    And many more.
    And about Koran Fatima I did not say it exists, I said that Sheeat believe that it’s with Almahdi Almontathar and it will come back to existence when he reappears, and I think with your comment on Binkraishan you already confirm that.

    Have a good day

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  19. The Truth
    Feb 17, 2006 @ 14:51:00

    E. Gibbon

    In a distant age and climate the tragic scene of the death of Hosein will awaken the sympathy of the coldest reader.”

    [The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, London, 1911, volume 5, pp. 391-2]

    why would someone like Imam hussain leave his land Madeena and go with his family and friends under 80 in number to a land to fight a whole army!

    if Faith is NOT IMPORTANT – why would a figure like him chose to die for it!

    “On the day of the martyrdom of al-Hussein (AS) the sky rained blood . . . .”

    its in Sunna Books

    Thakhaa’er al-Uqba pp 144, 145, 150.

    Al-Sawaa’eq al-Muhriqah pp 116, 192

    not only in our books

    and if u say i don’t believe in both books!

    its written in a HISTORY BOOK of Britin

    The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

    “685. In this year in Britain it rained blood, and milk and butter were turned into blood.”

    u don’t believe me – check for urself

    http://omacl.org/Anglo/part1.html

    go to the date – 685 – read the paragraph til the end

    The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle,

    Translated, edited by G. N. Garmonsway, Professor of English, King’s College, London

    ISBN 0-460-87038-6

    u see this history book is not about Islam or in anyway related to Arabs – its the history of the Anglo-saxons!

    what does this incidents tell you!!!

    Think – u like history – then think!

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  20. The Truth
    Feb 17, 2006 @ 15:16:00

    moreover, and aside of my post above – regarding ur quote:

    ولو ظفر اليهود والزنادقة بمسلم يعتقد في القرآن لحناً جعلوه حجة

    the copmlete qoute is:

    واستنكر ما روى أهل العامة عن عثمان وعائشة من أن في القرآن لحناً وخطأً قائلاً : « ألا تعجب من قوم يتركون مثل علي بن أبي طالب أفصح العرب بعد صاحب النبوة وأعلمهم بالقرآن والسنّة ويسألون عائشة ؟ أما يفهم أهل
    ____________

    البصائر أنّ هذا المجرد الحسد أو لغرض يبعد من صواب الموارد والمصادر … ولو ظفر اليهود والزنادقة بمسلم يعتقد في القرآن لحناً جعلوه حجة »

    we have Imam Ali’s interpretation

    we have Nahij el Blaa’3a

    if u want interpretation – look for the BEST interperator!

    if u want to fly a plane – use a pilot and a flight attendent!

    there is a correct method for everything.

    have a nice day 🙂

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  21. The Truth
    Feb 17, 2006 @ 16:01:00

    spelling mistake: chanege AND

    use a pilot NOT a flight attendent

    P.S: when u say Quran Fatma u mean mus7af Fatma – u can’t say Quraan Fatma – Quraan is diferent than the word Mus7af in Arabic Language.
    the Book of God is called Quran.
    other books can be called – masa7if or 9u7if … etc.

    mus7af Fatma exists but its not Quraan.

    Thus, it can’t be called Quran Fatma.

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  22. AyyA
    Feb 18, 2006 @ 17:22:00

    The Truth
    Ok as I said before to each his own, but if you care to know my sources, check this, it will give you a good idea, but I have to warn you, you might read things that offends you if you are not open minded about it.

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  23. AyyA
    Feb 18, 2006 @ 17:43:00

    typo
    offends=offend

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