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Allah ya kyautata kwanciyarta,kuma ya sata cikin cetattu.

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chit-chat / hausa ba dabo ba 2
« on: May 27, 2005, 10:19:40 AM »
Assalam,

ina da tambaya, shin ko akwai wanda zai fayyace min banbancin da kuma fassara wadannan kalmomi kamar haka.

a-hurwa

b-ahu

c-nunkufurci

d-babakere

e-nukusani

banbance tsakanin wadannan-

fundum,tsundum,tsulum

sharhi-mai arziki ko a kwara ya sai da ruwa,komai nisan jifa kasa zai fado,komai nisan dare gari zai waye.


if you win i will dash you my silver tooth :lol:

[/b]

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Islam / Re: Th e evil eye
« on: May 27, 2005, 09:38:16 AM »
Quote from: "bamalli"
Allah said in holly Quran As what Ya?qub ( Jacob ) the prophet of Allah said to his sons when they prepared themselves to travel to Egypt in the story of the prophet Yusuf  ( Joseph ) Allah? peace be upon him:( Further he said: O my sons enter not all by one gate: enter ye by different gates. Not that I can profit you aught against Allah (with my advice): none can command except Allah: on him did I put my trust: and let all that trust put their trust on him.@And when they entered in the manner their father had enjoined, it did not profit them in the lest against (the plan of) Allah: it was but a necessity of Jacob's soul, which he discharged. For he was, by our instruction, full of knowledge (and experience): but most men know not).( SURAH  YUSUF:67.68)

The interpretors of the Holy Koran say that the prophet Ya?qub ( Jacob) peace be upon him had always fear for  his sons from Sahl Ibn Haneef may, God be pleased with him , said that the messenger of Allah had

said : If anyone of you see what pleases him of himself  or his  property so let him ask for the blessing of Allah upon it , since  the eye ( the evil eye ) is fact  . Quoted from the book Al athkar by the nawawee .                            And in athor  hadeeth : beg  Allah to protect you from the  evil eye , because the eye ( an evil eye ) is fact .                  

The meaning of ( the eye is fact ) is : its damage is sure and being .

 The prophet peace be up on him also said: the eye ( evil eye ) may enters the man into grave , and the camel into the cooking pot  

The new science has discovered that the eye possesses an extraordinary power.

The English scientist and researcher: lin maktagaret said in her book entitled: looking for the secret of the universe power:

That there was fabulous researches conducted in the middle of the last century in the United States, Great Britain, Germany and Russia, but at the end the Americans were the leaders about the universe power. The writer also confirms that these researches made great jumps in 1973, when the king faissal ben Abed Alaziz decided to stop selling the Arab petrol to the westerns.

In that time the American government gathered all the great scientists in energy and physics, and sponsored them in order to find a strategic solution i.e. an other energy source, that can be used for the machines and instruments instead of the oil.

However after the murder of the king faissal and the discovery of oil in Texas and South America, and the reconciliation with the Arabs the government stopped sponsoring these scientists.

Because these scientist during there work on that project, discovered very interesting bizarre things concerning the universe energy, they decided to continue there researches on that topic and they came across many interesting findings until today.

And the result was the pioneering of much new information which led the CIA and the NASA to look in these topics deeply.

Some of the conclusions of the scientist after studying the energy of the universe are that the universe is linked and it contains a certain amount of energy, and every part of it affects the other. These conclusions prove what was found by the studies of the Quantum physics, which appeared after Newton and the theories of Albert Einstein in the energy and time.

One of these studies, was studying the atom which is composed of a nucleus and an electron, so called: nuclear physics, then the inside of the atom was studied?the subatomic particles? and this science is called the Particle Physics

It is known that the electron surrounds and move around the nuclueus in the direction opposite to that of the clock pointer. When the motion of the subatomic particles was analysed, it was found that these particles move right or left or around depending on the thought of the scientist studying them, as the particle will move in whatever direction he expects it to move. So it was conclude that the thought affects the movement of the subatomic particles, and therefore it affects the nucleus and if strong enough it may affect the whole atom, it may also affect the envirement that is full of atoms. This explains what happens when it comes to the jalousie or magic and other related topics, which were all discussed in her book.

Due to the importance of the power the human thinking has, the CIA tried to use it and its scientist: Grill Frame using these methods was able to detect the URSS nuclear power placement from a very long distance.

Some other studies have shown that this power is not peculiar to some specific gifted people, but a characteristic that is found in most human beings, the only condition to be able to use it: is to know one?s power and to think of the ways to employ it. And the most fabulous power able to cause a such effect, was possessed by a young person called Mathew Manning, from a small city called Linton near Cambridge, as he was able to bend spoons and knives just by looking at them, and he was able to stop the movement of a clock just by looking at it,, in addition he could stop the electricity. He was also able to affect the movement of the blood in the arteries and the veins and he could affect the terrible disease called cancer.

Also it was known that Napoleon Bonaparte had a very strong jealous look. As if he looked at his adversary for a long time, he will cause him many problems and if he looked at something it would break. And the inside of his eye was yellow instead of white.

However the most strange and the most correct scientifically of these cases, was the experiment that was carried on a girl called: Nilia Mickailoufa, who was able by a simple look from a distance of 6 miles to separate the yellow part of an egg from the white, using her power to move things without getting close to them.

This experiment was conducted on the presence of a great number of scientists in the University of Lingrad, many cameras were there to register every step, in addition to other instruments that were used to measure her blood pressure, the heart rate and the nervous system activity. Mrs Nilia was able to separate the white of the egg from the yellow after half an hour, however after the experiment Mrs Nilia suffered from the following:

?        Irregular hear activity with an increase in the heart rate which reached 240.

?        An increase in the amount of glucose in the blood.

?        She lost two kilos of her original weight.

?        She was very exhausted.

?        She lost her vision temporarily.

?        A very hard pain in her extremities.

?        She was not able to sleep after the experiment for several days.

?        She lost her ability to taste.

The discovery of the case of Nilia was by the scientist Edoird FAmouf, a professor in the University of Moscow who studies her power. Using some matches that Nilia was able to move by passing her hand over them, after they were put unorganised on a table and then by using a peace of glass between her hands and the matches.

But who told the prophet Mohamed peace be upon him 1400 years ago about the power of the eye was no one but the almighty Allah the creator of the universe.

By Feras nour al hak

 

References:

The field: the Quest for secret force of the universe.



send more of this ALLAH'S miracles on human being pls.
maassalam

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Science and Technology / Re: VSAT/ISP and Broadband
« on: May 27, 2005, 08:58:05 AM »
Quote from: "myadudu"
Salam

I hope all is well with you (reading this post).

I've been told that there is just one company providing high speed internet access in Kano (Samanja or ECNX). I understand what they use is the VSAT system which allows the transmission of information through the air as opposed to the terrestrial system being used by NITEL et al.

My question is, does any one have more information on the technical background of this VSAT system? And, how labor intensive is operating such a setup because I am thinking of jumping into this business  (lets together break the monopoly being enjoyed by the Indians).

And lastly, if anyone is interested also, then please email me and we shall continue from there-on.

To sai naji daga gareku.

A huta lafiya



assalam,


what a marvellous idea!! ok it will be of a good benefit ,if you may contact this guy cos' he d' the dexeterity. being a SYSTEM ANALYST & WEB DESIGNER.shuaibu_ibrahim fari@yahoo.com

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chit-chat / HAUSA BA DABO BA
« on: May 21, 2005, 12:04:27 PM »
assalam all,

ina so a bayyana min ma'anar wadannan kalmomin.

a-kyastu

b-jamhuru

c-gilla

d-kwarzaba


e-nasha-nasha :lol:  c u

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General Board / Re: Allah Yana nan!
« on: May 19, 2005, 10:09:46 AM »
Quote from: "Nuruddeen"
Quote from: "myadudu"
Assalamu Alaikum.

I'll go right to the point. Is it morally justifiable for a state governor, or to be more specific- for Mallam Ibrahim Shekarau of Kano, to donate, from the public treasury, 10 million naira for the extremely expensive Obasanjo Library?

I think it is an outrage. The governor is a very close family friend and I'll do my best to point out to him that this is indeed a betrayal of trust. I would love to hear how he can, as an apostle of sharia, justify sinking 10 million towards celebrating and remembering a man people in his state so despise when 10 million is enough to hire ten competent  teachers for five years.

Until these politicians realise the point where personal funds end and where public funds begin, we shall not experience any meaningful development. The government should, forthwith, desist from sponsoring people for hajj and making stupid donations to people or organizations that don't need it.

I am so ashamed at the governor's callousness and indiscretion!



This is true mr. yadudu. A gravious mistake indeed!!!! Allah yasa mu da ce.




Assalam all,

What shekarau did was very wrong! amma we reserved the right to say NO to this kind of huge donation in the name of library.....which in the real sense there is a motive behind the so call building a library in OTTA.  my astonishment here is why not in abuja? where people comes from a diffrent a sources.if it really means to benefit all including my dear people of kano as claimed by (gogannaka).


Guy's pls let's face reality,supposing shekarau will come and spend half of what he dolled out to uncle sege's gathering of curruption to our native murtala mohd library, will this not make sense? so that he may change its level from third world learning centre, to more decent library as in  the case of our neighbouring countries. mal shekarau is good and humane in person,just to be fair,but his minded corrupt advisers whom he dance to their tunes za su kai shi su baro. don haka ba daidai bane abin da yayi.mutanen kano suna bukatar kudinsu.

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chit-chat / HAUSA BA DABO BA
« on: May 19, 2005, 09:23:21 AM »
Quote from: "Bakan~Gizo"
A bani ma'anar wadannan kalmomi:

1. Karfanfana
2. Burtali
3. Arai
4. Karsana



bakan koki? or na gizo, anyway let's try solvin tambayoyinka.


a- karfanfana{ kalma ce ta habaici wacce take nufin kankanta,ko abu mafi karanci amma acikin aljihu} misali dattin aljihu.

b-burtali{ ana nufin hanya amma yawanci kalma ce ta fulani}

c-arai{kalmar fulatanci ce ana nufin kosai}

d-karsana{ uwar garke, agarken shanu}

if am right  dash me sometin :lol:  

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chit-chat / HAUSA BA DABO BA
« on: May 19, 2005, 09:12:55 AM »
Quote from: "mlbash"
RAP RAP RAP! YOU GOT IT RIGHT! I STARTED WITH SIMPLE ONE NOT TO SCARE PEOPLE  AWAY! :lol:

 
TO MENENE SUNAN NAMIJIN JIMINA?



assalam malbash,

lallai ance ......inda aka san darajar goro nan ake yafa masa ganye.

your post on hausa are interesting and marvellous,ina son mutum mai kishin hausa kwarai da aniya. SUNAN NAMIJIN JIMINA. {JANJAMI}

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General Board / WHAT IS HAPPENING IN AREWA?
« on: May 19, 2005, 08:37:15 AM »
i wish they could read this and change,so that; you will be wrong.

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Islam / Muslim code of behaviour
« on: May 09, 2005, 11:54:33 AM »
assalam


Doing good and having the right belief go hand in hand in Islam. In fact, doing good in practice is the proof of having the right belief in the heart. This is why the Holy Quran speaks of true Muslims very often as "those who believe and do good deeds". Both the Quran and the Holy Prophet have told Muslims that the best among them is that person who shows the best behaviour towards other people.




1. Truthfulness:

"O you who believe! keep your duty to Allah and speak straight, true words." (Holy Quran 33:70)

"O you who believe, keep your duty to Allah, and be with the truthful people." (9:119)

"Be maintainers of justice and bearers of true witness for Allah, even if it (the truth) goes against your own selves or parents or relatives or someone who is rich or poor." (4:135)


Sincerity:

"Serve Allah, being sincere to Him in obedience." (39:2)

"It is most hateful in the sight of Allah that you say things which you do not do." (61:3)

"Woe to those who pray but are unmindful of their prayers, who do good to be seen." (107:4-6)


- Unselfishness:

"You cannot attain to righteousness unless you spend (in charity) out of those things which you love." (3:91)

"They (the true believers) give food, out of love for Allah, to the poor, the orphan and the slave, saying: We feed you only for Allah's pleasure - we desire from you neither reward nor thanks." (76:8-9)

"Do no favour seeking gain." (74:6)




4. Humility:

"The servants of the Beneficent (Allah) are those who walk on the earth in humility." (25:63)

"Do not turn your face away from people in contempt, nor go about in the land exultingly." (31:18)

"Do not ascribe purity to yourselves. Allah knows best who is righteous." (53:32)


5. Patience:

"Allah loves those who are patient." (3:145)

"Give good news to the patient, who, when a misfortune befalls them, say: We are Allah's and to Him do we return." (2:155-156)



6. Forgiveness:

"Pardon (people) and overlook (their faults). Don't you love that Allah should forgive you." (24:22)

"(The dutiful are) . . . those who restrain their anger and pardon people. Allah loves those who do good to others." (3:134)

"Whenever they (true believers) are angry they forgive." (42:37)

"The recompense of evil is punishment like it. But whoever forgives (an evil committed against himself) and amends (matters), his reward is with Allah. . . . Whoever is patient and forgives, that is a matter of great resolution." (42:40, 43)

When the Holy Prophet Muhammad defeated his enemies in Makka and returned to that city as its conqueror, he forgave them in the following words:

"No reproof be against you this day; Allah may forgive you, and He is the most Merciful of those who show mercy." (12:92)


purity and cleanliness:

"He indeed is successful who purifies himself (in mind and body), and remembers the name of his Lord, then prays." (87:14-15)

"Purify your garments and shun uncleanness." (74:4-5)


8. Honesty:

"Don't go near the property of an orphan, except in a goodly way, till he attains maturity. And fulfil the promise (you make) . . .. Give full measure when you measure out, and weigh with a true balance." (17:34-35)

"Do not swallow up your property among yourselves by false means, nor offer it as a bribe to the officials so that you may swallow up other people's property unlawfully while you know." (2:188)


-9. Goodness and kindness to others:

"Allah commands you to uphold justice and to do good to others and to give to the relatives." (16:90)

Three degrees of doing good are mentioned here: "justice," which means returning any good that someone has done you with equal good; "do good to others," which means taking the initiative in doing good to others; and "give to the relatives," which means doing good to people instinctively and naturally just as one does good to one's close relatives.

"Do good to others, surely Allah loves those who do good to others." (2:195)


10. Consideration and respect for others:

"O you who believe! do not enter houses other than your own until you have asked permission and greeted the inmates . . . and if it is said to you, 'Go back', then go back." (24:27-28)

"O you who believe! avoid most of suspicion (against others), for surely suspicion in some cases is sin; and do not spy (into other people's affairs), nor let some of you backbite others." (49:12)

"When you are greeted with a greeting, greet with one better than it, or return it (in the same terms at least)." (4:86)


 Courage:

Speaking of a small number of Muslims facing a big and powerful enemy, the Quran relates:

"Those to whom men said: people have gathered against you, so fear them; but this increased their faith, and they said: Allah is sufficient for us and He is an excellent Guardian." (3:173)


2. Moderation:

"Eat and drink, but do not be immoderate." (7:31)

"Do not chain your hand to your neck (so that you are mean in spending), nor stretch it out to the utmost limit (so that you waste everything)." (17:29)

Regarding the performance of religious duties, the Holy Prophet has given the following advice:

"Religion is easy, but any one who exerts himself too much in religious devotions will get overcome by it; so you should just act rightly, and keep to the mean, and be of good cheer, and ask for Allah's help morning, evening, and a part of the night." (Bukhari.)


 Cheerfulness:

"Be of good cheer." (Holy Prophet in Bukhari.)

"It is an act of charity to meet your fellow with a cheerful face." (Holy Prophet in Mishkat.)

Finally, we give a verse of the Holy Quran mentioning a number of qualities a Muslim, man or woman, should try to acquire:

"The truthful men and the truthful women, the patient men and the patient women, the humble men and the humble women, the charitable men and the charitable women, the fasting men and the fasting women, the men who guard their chastity and the women who guard their chastity, the men who remember Allah much and the women who remember Allah much - for all these Allah has prepared forgiveness and a great reward." (33:35) . How does Islam require a Muslim to treat the people around him?

The Holy Quran and the Hadith mention various categories of people that one has to deal with, and give a great deal of guidance on how to behave towards them.

1. Parents and the elderly:

"Your Lord has commanded that you worship none but Him, and do good to parents. If one or both of them reach old age with you, do not say 'Fie' to them, nor chide them, but speak to them a generous word . . . and say, My Lord, have mercy on them as they brought me up when I was little." (17:23-24).

"The Holy Prophet said, It is one of the greatest sins that a man should curse his parents. Someone said, How can a man curse his own parents? He said, If a man abuses the father of another, that person will abuse his parents (in return)." (Report in Bukhari.)


wives/Husbands:

"They (your wives) are a garment for you, and you are a garment for them." (2:187)

"Of His (Allah's) signs is that He created spouses for you from yourselves so that you might find quiet of mind in them, and He put between you love and compassion." (30:21)

"The best of you are those who are kindest to their wives." (Holy Prophet in Tirmizi.)

A man related:

"I asked Aishah (Holy Prophet's wife): What did the Prophet do when in his house? She said, `He served his wife', meaning that he did work for his wife." (Report in Bukhari.)


oh ALLAH make us to be among your best and guided believers.

ma'assalam

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General Board / Opponents of Death Penalty should read this!!!
« on: May 06, 2005, 03:49:22 PM »
Quote from: "usman11,

Ten years after his first revelation, and at the age of fifty, Mohammed was struck with immense grief.  His dearly loved wife, Khadija, died, and so did his uncle Abu Talib.  This opened a whole new chapter in Mohammed?s life in which he would end up marrying another fourteen women, a new wife for every remaining year of his life.  A partial list of Mohammed?s wives include the following:

1. Sauda:  Within two months after Khadija?s death he married her.  She was a widow.

2. Ayisha:  She was the daughter of his friend, Abu Bakr.  She was only seven years of age when she was betrothed to Mohammed.  They celebrated and consummated their marriage three years later when Ayisha was ten years old.

3.  Hafasa:  She was the daughter of one of the esteemed early converts of Islam named Omar.

4. Zainab:  She was the wife of his own adopted son, Zeyd.

5. Juwariyah: She was kidnapped by Mohammed on one of his raids against local tribes outside of Medina.

6.  Raihana. She was a Jewess, whose husband and relatives Mohammed massacred.  She refused to embrace Islam.

7. Mariam, who was a Christian slave girl sent by the governor of Egypt to Mohammed as a pledge of fidelity to Mohammed.  Moslems say that Mohammed only agreed to take her as his wife when she refused to leave his side.

8. Safiyya.  She was captured from a Jewish settlement, and was fifteen years of age.  The Moslems had agreed to allow the Jews to leave if they left their possessions behind.  The Jewish chief, Kinana, was accused of keeping back some of his treasure and was murdered.  Safiyya was his widow.  Bakari states that, One of Mohammed?s followers begged to have Safiyya himself, but Mohammed was taken with the woman?s beauty and took her into his harem.

9. Um Habeeba.  She was married to a man, who left Islam and embraced Christianity.  Upon his death Mohammed sent her a marriage proposal.  Their marriage was consummated in A. D. 628 when Mohammed was 58 years of age.


10. Maimuna.  She was a Meccan that Mohammed married in A. D. 629

The story of Zainab, the wife of Mohammed?s adopted son Zeyd, has proved especially scandalous to non-Moslems.  The story is related as follows.  Mohammed is said to have received a ?revelation? from God that Zeyd was to divorce Zainab.  Several days later after the divorce, ?another revelation? came to Mohammed that Zainab was to be taken as his own wife.  All this took place immediately after Mohammed had made a visit to Zeyd?s house unexpectedly and has been smitten by a site of Zainab when she was unveiled.  Mohammed was said to have exclaimed upon seeing her, ?Praise belongeth unto God who turneth the hearts of men even as He will.?  Zainab overheard the statement, related it later to her husband Zeyd, who immediately went to Mohammed and offered his wife to the Prophet.


Islamic apologists have long attempted to explain away Mohammed?s prolific polygamy by saying that he married women in order to care for ?old maids and widows and forge important political alliances.  Supposedly the ?only proper way? according to the ?Arab code? for Mohammed to take care of these destitute women was to marry them. As such Mohammed is acclaimed as chivalrous by Moslems.  Non Muslims on the other hand have long wondered why, if the marriages were made for charitable purposes, sexual relations with each wife was included in the package.  If receiving a reward for charity nullifies the charity itself, how can these multiple marriages be considered charitable acts by the Prophet?  Or are we to believe that Mohammed only slept with these women to satisfy them?

The marriage to Zainab has been more difficult for Moslem apologists to justify.  Some Moslems suggest that Mohammed consented to this arrangement in order to alter poor laws concerning adoption.  Christians also find it particularly convenient and peculiar that one of the Koranic ?revelations? that came to the Prophet was the following:

?Prophet, we have made lawful for you the wives to whom you have granted dowries and the slave-girls whom God has given you as booty;  the daughters of your paternal and maternal uncles and of your paternal and maternal aunts who fled with you;  and any believing women who gives herself to the Prophet and whom the Prophet wishes to take in marriage.  This privilege is yours alone, being granted to no other believer( Koran, p. 297.)

[b
assalam

usman pls send more of this very educating thread.

ma'assalam[/b]

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chit-chat / Word Association
« on: April 29, 2005, 03:39:26 PM »
FATEEZ, U 'VE SAID TIME IS PRECIOUS....BUT U RE' SPENDIN IT NEGATIVELY, KO DUK CIKIN AIKI NE....KUJE WASA!!!

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General Board / Opponents of Death Penalty should read this!!!
« on: April 28, 2005, 01:47:34 PM »
Quote from: "usman11"
I am having problems accessing the link provided by myadudu, so I do not know the story.  It would appear however that some Muslim or muslims committed some very gory and shocking acts that is drawing condemnation.

In any case,  the issue of the death penalty has resurfaced here.  I am not totally against the death penalty. I am however particular about the type of crime that warrants the imposition of the death penalty.  In Nigeria, the death penalty as most other things became an issue of religious contention, and this creates problems. I believe if the death penalty is to be applied, it should be reserved for hardened criminals who intentionally and brutally murder innocent people without conscience.  These kinds of people who in many cases may be repeat offenders without remorse and deemed by the authority to pose clear danger to society and convicted already on grave crimes against other fellow citizens, would be appropriate candidates for the death penalty. In other words, the punishment has to fit the crime. It would make no sense to take a bugler or a pick pocket who during the comission of a felony caused no harm to the victim, and impose  the death penalty on such a petty offender. Such a penalty would not fit the crime.

What I have noticed in Nigeria where death penalty issue is discussed, is the desire by Muslims to extend that law to people found guilty of adultery.  From my observation, here is where many Muslims advocate the death penalty more than at any other time.  The death penalty does not suit every crime.  The reason why different penalties for violations exist is because the law recognizes that crimes differ in gravity and impact.

In America, the courts uphold the death penalty in many states. In many  cases, the people on death row are those convicted by the courts after exhaustive trials, ample evidence , and proof  that the suspect committed very grave atrocity against another, usually a case of brutal killing, serial homicide , etc.

Many Western European countries reject the death penalty because for one they find it cruel and unnncessary to take the life of a convict because doing so does not bring back the victim.  So they would rather commit the suspect to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Coming back to Nigeria and the death penalty saga, the constitution should be respected and allowed to take its course. People cannot keep trying to amend the Constitution or go around it because it does not suite their religious, tribal, or ethnic beliefs. Doing so is a gross disregard of the law and a mockery of the legal framework that guides the country.

Yes, the death penalty should be upheld by the courts if the constitition allows it, but the constitution also lays down the rules on when to impose it.  We cannot sidetrack the constitution and begin witch hunting adulterers for the fun of executing people thinking we are observing our religious rights because that would be lunacy and high hypocrisy.  When people violate personal trust...(because a relationship between two people is a personal trust union) it is between the person in violation, the disappointed partner, and also Allah. For society to jump in and want to carry action is absurd and hypocritical because we know quite well that many people in support of such penalty commit worse atrocities than the infidelity of an adulterer.


Different ppl always had a different ideas.....i believed there's a punishment prescribed both in the so called nigeria's constitution and in our decent penal code system.why the delay ?ppl 'd believed there's law,but when the law has failed you what could be the next line of action?remeber !!! this henious crime was committed against harmless,innocent child.going by the example you placed abt america,do you think those beast will be allows to go scotfree even in america?i doubt!!! but here in nigeria particularly KANO,i feel those ppl should be excuted mercilessly.WHY because they d' open the flood which creates another BAD EPISODE at KURNAR ASABE recently.allah ya kiyaye

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chit-chat / Love Story Has Only Two Words: Love and...Part II
« on: April 27, 2005, 01:04:05 PM »
assalam,u said more gees ok ,let's start with mistress.......

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Islam / WOMEN LEADING FRIDAY PRAYER:AMJA'S STATEMENT
« on: April 27, 2005, 12:40:59 PM »
assalam brothas,

xanks BAMALLI i can recall authentic prophet hadith narrated by that says;man hadatha fi amrina haza ma laisa min hu, fa huwa raddun; sadaqa rasulul karim.

ma'assalam

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