FrontPageMagazine.com | March 16, 2006 Throughout America, universities are turning a blind eye while their campuses are being invaded by those propagating a violent form of hatred known simply as radical Islam. This month, one such campus will follow this insidious trend. On March 17th through the 18th, the University of Central Florida (UCF) will be hosting an imam who has ties to terrorists and has publicly pledged his support for those who commit suicide in the name of Allah.
Ibrahim Dremali, the Family Man
As a Muslim extremist, Ibrahim Dremali has had an eventful life. He grew up in terrorist-saturated Gaza, where many of his family still live. This includes his brother, Ishaq, who is the former Gaza Coordinator for the Health Resource Center for Palestine (HRCP), a now-defunct, Hamas-related American charity run by Ibrahim's wife, Lamyaa Hashim (a.k.a. Um Ahmad).
Ibrahim Dremali was educated at Al-Azhar University in Cairo, where the school's Grand Imam, Muhammad Sayyed Tantawi, has issued Fatwas in favor of violent Jihad against America and in support of suicide bombings. It is at Al-Azhar that Dremali was said to have been indoctrinated into a militant organization. This gives historical context for an event that happened on July 1, 1996, during which Dremali was detained by the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) and told that he was not to leave Gaza indefinitely. Subsequently, on July 5, 1996, against Israeli orders, he arrived in Cairo.
Dremali would soon make his way to sunny Florida, where he resided previous to the IDF incident. Later, he would be chosen as the Imam of a radical Boca mosque, the Islamic Center of Boca Raton (ICBR), and the home of an Al-Qaeda operative, Rafiq Sabir, and an associate of Sami Al-Arian, Bassem Alhalabi, who would receive a sentence in 2003 for shipping a $13,000 piece of military equipment to Syria.
In October of 2000, as reported by Lamyaa Hashim in Islam Online, Dremali spoke at a rally where Israeli flags were burned and the crowd shouted, "With jihad we'll claim our land, Zionist blood will wet the sand." Dremali told the audience "not to be sad for those who were martyred and to not be afraid to die for what they believe in." Dremali's support for suicide bombers didn't end there, as he wound up being a witness for the defense of Adham Hassoun, the Florida contact for the Benevolence Foundation and the Global Relief Foundation, two "charities" closed down by the U.S. government for providing funding to Al-Qaeda and/or Hamas.
Today, Dremali, who claims he was run out of town by this author, has ‘sought refuge' – with his second wife and his four children – in Des Moines, Iowa, where he is the Imam of the Islamic Center of Des Moines (ICDM). Recently, he was interviewed wearing a black and white checkered Fatah kaffiyeh, and he stated that, for him and his congregants, the prophet Mohammed is "more valuable than even our own lives, own kids."
One of the other featured speakers is Abdulbary Yahya, an instructor with the AlMaghrib Institute, an Islamic-based educational foundation. In MSA's bio of him, it states that Yahya is "currently the Imam of Masjid Jaamiul Muslimeen in Seattle, Washington," yet, according to the February 2006 issue of Southern California InFocus, Yahya lost his Seattle mosque, due to "zoning issues."
The other speaker at the UCF event is Radwan Kouatli (a.k.a. Abunour), the Imam of Masjid Al-Ihsaan in Orlando and former UCF student. According to Kouatli, on his website Love Allah, "It is a major sin to celebrate Christmas." He tells Muslims, "Do not model your eid [holiday] after Christians' customs." He finishes his piece off with a quotation from an Islamic Hadith (Sahih Bukhari, Volume 4, Book 56, Number 662) discussing Muslims who imitate the "wrong ways" of "the Jews and the Christians" to the point where Muslims will follow Jews and Christians into the "hole" or "burrow" of an "iguana" or "mastigate."
This event will not mark the first time UCF has had to deal with radical Islamists infiltrating its campus. In 2003, one of the school's professors, Hussam Jubara, pled guilty to charges that he made false statements on Immigration and Naturalization forms. However, this was nothing compared to what Jubara was involved in.
In 1988, Hussam Jubara helped found the Islamic Concern Project (a.k.a. Islamic Committee for Palestine or ICP) with Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader Sami Al-Arian. The ICP was instrumental in raising funds for Islamic Jihad. Jubara served as a Director and Secretary for the group. He had also purchased property and had published articles with Al-Arian. Furthermore, he listed Al-Arian as one of his personal references on his resume, when applying for a job at UCF in 2000.
In addition to this, UCF is accepting funds from an organization that has, as well, given money to groups connected to terrorists. According to the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT), the non-profit institute is providing "matching funds" towards "an endowment for a chair in Islamic studies" at UCF. IIIT's "news" item, which contains a UCF logo on it, goes on to say that the endowment "seeks to bring a distinguished Islamic scholar to UCF in the College of Arts and Sciences' Middle Eastern Studies Program." IIIT has given "tens of thousands of dollars" to Palestinian Islamic Jihad fronts, including Jubara's Islamic Concern Project.
MSA and the Headless Header
According to UCF's Director of Student Involvement, Kerry Welch, after meeting with MSA student leaders, the group "assured" him that the upcoming event "is a legitimate program/conference, designed to inspire the Islamic community to live a spiritual life." But look who Welch is getting his information from!
Upon visiting the homepage of the newly redesigned UCF MSA website, one is taken aback to see an image of a headless body adorn the site's masthead. This is especially disturbing, given the amount of Islamic-perpetrated beheadings that have taken place over the last four years. Under the body, on the homepage, one can view a pleasant-looking advertisement for the March 17 conference. Below that are "Words of Wisdom," "News & Announcements," and "Upcoming Events." One of the recent events was a trip to the 2006 MAS Olympics being sponsored by the Muslim American Society of Tampa, a group that featured an Al-Qaeda web designer as a speaker for its January youth event.
Aside from the main website, the MSA of UCF also has a separate ‘blog ring' site, where members tell a little about themselves, while linking to their own personal blog pages. Some of the members' personal pages are very nondescript and innocuous; but others are highly intimate, threatening in nature, and show an utter contempt for non-Muslims:
Member Yusuf Amin's blog sports a terrorist Hezbollah poster, which reads, "Ashura – When the Blood of Martyrs triumphed over the Sword of Agressors."
Member Tariq Hafza's blog features a top-ten list of things about him "that people don't know." Number one on the list is, "My favorite Sheikh is Abdur-Rahman [Al-]Sudais." Al-Sudais is the chief cleric of the Grand Mosque in Mecca. He has, on Saudi television, called for the murder of Jews, Christians and Americans and has referred to Jews as "the scum of the human race, the rats of the world, the killers of prophets, and the grandsons of monkeys and pigs."
Member Abed Abraham Arafat's blog is mired with profanity, mostly aimed at the denigration of women, whom he refers to as "bitches." Besides misogyny, it seems he is also into Intifada activities. On his blog entry for September 24, 2005, he stated that he was in the Palestinian territories, or as he put it "Pali," and that he was "going to gaza tomorrow to throw some rocks."
Member Kareem (a.k.a. Brince of Egypt), in his blog, repeats a couple of the themes from the other MSA bloggers. He expresses his love of Sheikh Al-Sudais, and he uses anti-homosexual rhetoric, when he refers to NBA basketball star Keith Van Horn as "the fag he is."
A Curse, a Libel, a Conclusion
This past week, tape recordings of a New York imam's two April 2005 lectures, in which he cursed the White House and revived an anti-Semitic libel, were brought to light. The imam, Umar Abdul-Jalil, gave the speeches at a conference in Tucson, Arizona, sponsored by the Muslim Students Association. He stated, "We know the greatest terrorists in the world occupy the White House, without a doubt." And he urged American Muslims to stop allowing "the Zionists of the media to dictate what Islam is" and to act "hard against the kufr [unbeliever]."
Because of his statements, Abdul-Jalil was put on administrative leave from his government job as the Executive Director of ministerial services for the city Department of Correction. According to Steven Emerson, the head of the Investigative Project, the organization that taped the imam's lectures, "This kind of speech sends young Muslims into a rage." Yet there is nothing to suggest that these same types of speeches are not taking place at all conferences being put on by the MSA.
Schools across the United States can deal with this in one of two ways. They can recognize the problem and take action against it, so that it will not poison their campuses any more than it already has, or they can ignore it and make like the problem does not exist. By allowing Ibrahim Dremali and other Islamists onto its premises – even paying for their services – UCF has demonstrated that it is of the latter variety. UCF has chosen to do nothing to stop this problem, which of course, makes UCF part of the problem.
Beila Rabinowitz, Director of Militant Islam Monitor, contributed to this report.
MIM: Excerpts from the blog entries of members of the Muslim Student Association at the University of Central Florida mentioned in the article .
The 'Headless Header' MSA logo which was recently replaced as a result of the article mention above.
Below : Homepage picture from the website of Yusuf Amin and the Hizbollah poster mentioned in the article.
Name: Yusef Amin Country: United States State: Florida Metro:Orlando Birthday: 3/14/1981 Gender: Male
Interests: I enjoy playing ball with the brothers. I also like going to Majilis (religious lectures). Reading and video games is somthing i do on my free time. Expertise: I pretty much do everything at an average level. LOL. But I ty to be perfect in just about everything. Alhumdilillah. Occupation: Education/training Industry: Education/Research
Surely, there exists in the hearts of the Mu'mineen (believers), with respect
to the martyrdom of Husain (A.S.), a heat that never subsides."
Prophet Muhammad (SA)
And may Allah bless His greatest mercy to mankind, Prophet Muhammad (SA), and his righteous, pious progeny (AS).
"And We ransomed him (Ishmeal) with a great sacrifice." (37:107)
Poster reads: "When the Blood of the Martyrs triumphed over the Sword of the Agressors"
"We are the household of the prophethood, the source of messengership, the descending-place of the angels, through us Allah had began (showering His favours) and with us He has perfected (His favours), whereas Yazid is a sinful person, a drunkard, the killer of innocent people and one who openly indulges in sinful acts. A person like me can never pledge allegiance to a person like him ... I am not rising (against Yazid) as an insolent or an arrogant person, or a mischief-monger or tyrant. I have risen (against Yazid) as I seek to reform the Ummah of my grandfather. I wish to bid the good and forbid the evil."
Imam Husain ibn Ali (AS) May Allah lighten the face of the chief of Martyrs.
As salaam aliakum ya aba Abdullah!!!!
And may Allah bless His beloved Prophet, Muhammad (SA), and his holy progeny (AS).
MIM: Sobiah Imam is an equal opportunity hater and derides Italians, Jews, Christians and Asians . She writes that she comes from a 'conservative Muslim family' and aspires to become "an Iranian policeman with a real submachine gun". (Seems like a good match for Reza aka Mohammed al - Taheri ed).
I was passing by a Church and saw something that looked like this:
And you have to just wonder! I mean, I totally understand the need of Christian artists to depict their hero in the most flattering way possible - but really, does he need to have the chiseled six-pack? Seriously, what are the odds that Jesus Christ, Holy Savior of the World, Son of God (shirk!), had rock-hard abs? Was this because when he was giving his sermons he did so whilst doing sit-ups? Was he born with the rare Hard Abdomen Gene? Or does carpentry really do this to you? I would totally understand if he had a six-pack after the Crucifixion (with all that muscle stretching and such), but beforehand? And are those pecs I see on the above picture and some protruding forearm muscle? Was Jesus really this jacked?
It doesn't even end there: Look at his flowing locks, his perfectly trimmed beard, his meticulously manicured mustache. Even though he's in grueling pain, he could still win Mr. Universe 2006!
MIM: Mirror mirror on the wall -who's the anti semite in the head shawl?
I am the pretty girl on the right next to that Jewish girl who is wearing green. (Sobiah's caption)
MIM : In her blog Sobiah Imam reveals her contempt for her non Muslim fellow students. After saying that 'there must be an arsehole gene' in Italians" Sobiah issues a call for tolerance after one of her Italian classmates emails her and ends it with 'Ciao'.
Apparently her pathological self absorption made her oblivious to the fact that 'Ciao' is a form of greeting which is widely used by many non Italians.
"...Hei? Ciao? Like whatever happened to the tolerance of other cultures? Do I look as though I understand your Italian gibberish..."
One can only imagine the outrage if this the heading below was for a blog entry of a non Muslim entitled "there must be 'I am an arsehole gene' in Muslims !"
Monday, January 23, 2006
Like, I swear, there must be an 'I am an arsehole gene' in Italians
Virtually every Italian I've met has been a control freak jerk whose has this implicit plan to ruin my beautiful 4.0 GPA. With my immense knowledge of genetics and psychology, I've concluded that its really not their fault: it's an innate trait. However since my sample has so far only consisted of 2 Italians, it justs needs some verification before my findings can get published.
At this moment I am currently dealing with one Italian arsehole. He looks something like this:
Be not decieveth, my sisters and gay brothers: According to the New England Journal of Medicine, several autopsies have revealed that instead of brains they have pasta inside.
This particular Italian's name is Marco. He's in my physiology group, with three other people and we have to do a presention tomorrow on a case study involving the eye. First of all, I really don't understand the point of group projects, especially in college. Yes I know learining how to work together is very important, but I think I learned that in first grade. Secondly, we're not business majors. But I digress- back to the Italian story- So we decided to meet on Wed, but Marco had class. The rest of us got everything done because I said that we weren't going to leave unless it was all done, because we only have six days to do this. We made the PowerPoint slide and everything, and divided up the parts.
I e-mailed everything to Marco the following night, and got the following love letter:
Sobi, Thanks for sending me the slides and everything. I wanted to let you know that I'm ok with the way you guys divided the work, and I am gonna work on my part and the audience participation part over the weekend...I'll keep you informed of everything, trust me!!! I am gonna be honest with you that the audience participation is going to be hard to figure out because the diesease that you guys picked is inherited and not acquired, so unless you are born with the defective gene, there is no way you could contract that through contaminated food , or even develop that in your body for some reason. Also that disease is not the contagious type, you can only inherit it. anyways, let me know your input on that and I will keep you informed of my progress over the weekend, I promisse i am gonna keep it simple. Ciao.... Apparantly though he was bipolar (by the way, I think this is going to be a hot research topic "The Correlation between Italians and bipolarism) because on Sunday (48 hours before this things due) he e-mailed me this:
I'm working on a whole case study for our group on cataracts that I think it'll be much easier to present. It is not that I didn't like what you guys did, I really appreciated the fact that you guys did everything, but that case study, in my point of view, we should do something more related to physiology than genetics...that case study is more like a genetics case study; of course that there is a whole physiological process in which the disease is developed and manifested in certain people, but the case don't give us any room for discussion as far as prevention, cause-effect, and statistics in the US.
Also, my part of the case study is not really applicable according to the definition of epidemiology, since that disease is not transmittable.
I'll be sending you the new slides and everything, and let me know what you think about them.
Italian translation: I have an IQ equivalent to a Down Syndrome victim. But of course my Italian may be a little rusty because I've never even taken a course in Italian. Anyways I pathetically begged:
No!!! Marco. Please don't do that. Everyone has their part already, and I really don't have time to practice and study my new part and have everyone meet up again. WE have just TWO days left, Not to mention the fact that I have test tomarrow and another on tues. I just don't have time for this. If you had mentioned it earlier, it wouldn't have been a problem, but Everyone has started researching their part and practicing it.
Its fine, the way it is. Its a case study, and it fulfills all the requirements for it. okay. I think its wrong that you should try to CHANGE everything in the last minute. I don't mind if you make a few changes on the slides, but I think its inconsiderate of you not to be thoughtful of other people's time on this, and expect them to just forgo everything and do what you say. If you had a case ready before you should have mentioned this WAY earlier. To which the Italian Idiot replies: Hei Sobi, I am gonna stick with the program, and I am not gonna change anything. I just think that the case study is completly irrelevant with the class subject. You guys gave me the worse part of the presentation and only one slide, but that would be ok if that disease had in fact an epidemiology factor. The problem is that i don't have much to say or to add, and i am going to repeat again the fact that juvenile retinoscinsis is not transmittable. Also, you never gave the chance to meet up with you guys and discuss the project.You got together only once , and you knew that I had class at that time. You didn't even ask me if there was any other time that could have been more convenient to all of us, since we are a group. You guys simply got together and did all the work. I just want to say that I just wanted to help when i said that I was going to prepare new slides about a new subject. I was waiting for your answer about my idea anyways, but I understand that you have tests, and so do I...I just wanted to do a good job. Ciao.
Hei? Ciao? Like whatever happened to the tolerance of other cultures? Do I look as though I understand your Italian gibberish?
So I decided to give him a piece of my mind: Marco, I can totally understand where you're coming from, but really its impossible to get everyone together with jobs,classes, etc. We had 4 out of 5 people there and we divided up the work. We just couldn't wait to the last minute to get things done. We're very sorry that this had to happen, but we had a week to this, not exactly a lot of time. There are three other members in this group: Don't just e-mail me, E-mail the whole group if you have something to say. I tried to meet up with you on Fri, at 1, like we had discussed on Thurs. but you never picked up the phone when I called you on Fri. Initially, (on Fri) you e-mailed me and said it was a job well done and you were to do your part. All of this however changed, apparantly on Sunday.
We (as a group) thought that it was a little too late to make any drastic changes by then. You said yourself earlier that it relates to physiology. I don't understand why you're suddenly changing your position. It has to do with the eye, which is a sensory organ. What does it matter if there is genetics involved? The retina (macula)of they eye is damaged and you can't see right. There's no rule in the requirements that says "your case study can't involve genetics" Epidemiology just means prevalence. If it would make you feel better to change that fancy word to prevalence than that's fine. We didn't make it up . The case study where I got it from had the facts listed under there. No where does it say that the disease has to be transmittable. If you want to add more, you may certainly do so. It does not have to be about the prevalence of the disease. It can be anything you like. Just tell me before 5pm on Monday, so I can make change to the slide accordingly. Again, we all thought it was too late to change the WHOLE thing by 7:30 Tues. Your idea sounds great, but its just too short of a notice. He finally returned to his normal self, called me, and said sorry. the end.
PS: if this situation ever occurs to you or your loved one, just call me, and I'll handle it at a GREAT price: $5000 plus $300 for every e-mail I send. You will get uncomparable service.
Sounds like Sofiah Imam is referring to a mafia style hit here and is offering her services for $5,000 . Combined with the comments that she wants to "kill her brother" and "get a free machine gun" she is sounding like a Reza Al Tahieri wannabe....
MIM: Sobiah is really a blast - she 'cracked up' at a a photo of gun toting burqa bimbos, and wants to join the Iranian police because "you also get free sub-machine guns". In another posting she says that "she her brother to die".
Which begs the questions as to if her brother is planning on taking out a protection order against her, and if the non Muslims at UCF whom she so despises should do the same.
This made me crack up.
I'm thinking about joining the Iranian Woman Police:
Like, can you get any more cooler than this?You also get free sub-machine guns!
MIM: In this entry Sobiah discusses her homicidal proclivities towards her sibling.
Thursday, February 16, 2006
I don't have any issues with my brother, but sometimes I wish he'd just die.
He makes me just want to rip his soul out. I have no idea what his problem is, but ever since he got accepted to USF Med school, he comes home like every other week. I mean, yeah, okay sometimes he does bring us nice stuff like nano ipods and DVDs, other jazzy little techno stuff, and tickets to Heat home games, but I'm really starting to get the feeling he only does that so my mom and dad won't shut up about what a Jesus he is.
Of course, my mom also has to go crazy about cleaning up the house before His Majesty's arrival. Its like God, its only Hassaan that's coming over, not the King of Thailand! He's blood relative. Why do we need to clean up the already clean house for him?!! Why do we need to vacuum the house 5 times a day. Can't we just do it three times a day? I don't see anyone going insane about the house when I come home after school.
And than after he's gone my parents have to praise him for a week until I just feel like stuffing mashed potatoes in my ears. Its like, I KNOW, I KNOW! HE"S THE GREATEST THING GOD EVER MADE! I GET IT!
Okay fine, so I'm a little jeolous. I wish he wouldn't just take all my thunder away always. All my achievements look like kibbles next to his. Like when I was in third grade (lemmie just wipe a tear away first) I was like the fourth fastest runner in school, but unfortunatly my parents weren't too impressed because he'd already been the first fastest for 6 consecutive years. And than in seventh grade he got a 1340 on his SAT, and so of course my parents weren't very happy that my highest ever on the SAT was a 1300, which I got when I was a senior in high school.
And than in high school, I was number 3 in those ranking things which would impress any other parent, except, of course, my parents, because guess what? Hassaan Imam had already graduated valedictorian and got to make a fancy speech during graduation day. Your classic jerk.
Pretend that you are in my shoes. My brother is coming to OUR house again this weekend. What do you think I should when he comes home this weekend?
a) Hire Dick Cheney to sniper him down.
b) Think long term: swallow it now, and when he
and when he becomes a rich doctor take half his money.
c) Pack my bags and move out of the house.
I think I'll choose b. What do y'all think?
MIM: According to Sobian sitting on the floor at the MSA meeting was "so like racisim!"
The MSA Meeting.
Okay, like well we had an MSA meeting today and ameerz wanted me to do a critique on it for better improvement:
Well, for one, like hello?!! There was like 10 chairs in that room and a hundred people!(I know it wasn't exactly the right number--the important thing is the RATIO). I had to sit on the floor!! In the BACK!! And I was just like this so like racism!! And the room was like the size of a closet. And I wasn't the only one having problems. There was this one guy who had to sit on top of the trash can, cuz there was like no room!!!!
Secondly, I'm sick of attending lectures as it is, let alone meetings. I mean yeah they were informative, but there's a reason why we have Juma. I mean lectures would be fine if you stopped and like asked trivia questions and we won something. Like I remember there was this one meeting I went to my freshman year with my friend Hannah and we sat in like a conferance table and we played a game and I won mechanical pencils!! I was so happy, though I learned later they were like pretty cheopo pencils and the lead broke after every other letter.
But seriously though, it was a nice meeting--it was different and it wasn't really that boring. I signed up for the LC picnic to bring in bakala.
Although wouldn't it be just HILARIOUS if during that meeting, instead of reciting hadithes on say prayers you recited these hadithes? I would have laughed my head off.
1. Imam Abu Dawud and Imam an-Nasai relate from Sayyidatuna Aisha (Allah be pleased with him) that she says: "A women extended her hand from behind a curtain to hand a piece of paper to the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace). The Messenger of Allah pulled his hands back and said: "I don't know if this is a mans hand or a women's hand." Aisha said that it was a women's hand.
2) Imam al-Bukhari and Imam Muslim narrate in their Sahih from Uqba ibn Amir (Allah be pleased with him) that the Messenger of Allah said: "Do not go near [non-Mahram] women." A person inquired: "What about in-laws?" The Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him and give him peace) responded, "The in-laws are death."
3) Imam Muslim narrates from Jarir ibn Abdullah (Allah be pleased with him) who says: "Iasked Allah's Messenger about the sudden glance on a Non - Mahram. He commanded me that I should turn away my eyes.
4) Buraida reported that the Messenger of Allah said to Ali [Allah be pleased with him]: "O Ali! don't allow your glance to follow a glance, because the first [glance] is forgiven and not the second. [Narrated by Tirmidhi, Abu Dawud and Imam Ahmad].
Get the common theme here?
I'm just kidding! I know it would have been pretty sad. Shame on us ! Times have really changed! Be it ISNA, MINA, MSA meetings nationwide, Hamza Yusef! Except in my house! Which makes me wonder if my parents are living in the stone age (sadly, they really don't approve of going to such meetings. I grew up among non muslims and thoughout my school years I and my bro were the only Muslims And my parents always said that it was the 'nonmuslim' way, So it always hits me a little wierd when we have a group of Muslims socializing in such a way. I really didn't know a lot of Muslims before UCF. We come from quite a conservative family, apparantly compared to other people) ! But than, in those days, woman stayed at home too, so I guess its not so bad, its okay either way I'd say!
But y'all had a great turn out and I'm looking forward for the next. But the next meeting could you arrange it so that I can stand up there and say something, out of like the power point slides? I got an A in speech class, and I'd just feel like a celeb! And Everyone just loves a new face talking!
MIM: Move over Muhammed cartoons - Sobiah thinks Buddha is big joke - and asks "why in the world would any one follow a religion with a prophet that looks like this? As an equal opportunity racist she also mocks Asians as 'rice eyed' people who eat cats. (see below).
Why in the world would you follow a religion with a prophet that look's like this?
Forget Atkins, Southbeach Beach, and Weight Weighters, instead I introduce you the Sobi's How to Lose that Big Buddha Belly Book by Sobiah Imam. Having observed eating habits of fat people for two decades now, this comprehensive guide will be the only thing you need to lose more than enough lard and get you into that sexy bikini. Here's a sample of the tips:
1. Visit Pakistan: Actually any third world country will do. With such a diverse flora of bacteria and viruses your sure to find one that suits your personality and have a commensal relationship with! Its a two way street that runs something like this: Those bacteria and viruses inhabit your body, eat that tub of lard, and excrete it at a rate of 5 gallons per day. In return you get a sleekbony body that'll look like something you've been dying for, just like Angelina Joile's:
i never knew sobiah was a girl? wth i thought it was a guy, i called him (her) a fag for commenting on peoples xanga's with negative posts, sorry but u use to be gay, n e way, she tagged me i guess or w/e it is, so now i have to say 10 things about me that people dont know:
10. Im scared of dogs.
9. I had an AND 1 on ameer last night at the masjid and we won the game cuz of it and he walked off really pissed.
8. I have an A in english.
7. I use to like my teacher (she was soo hot)
6. I can Pogo on a Pogo stick
5. I collect Shoes
4. I cant speak Arabic but i can understand a lot of it
3. I have over 1500 dollars worth of shoes in my closet
MIM: Abed Yacoub's web entry is a case study in Muslim hypocrisy and misogyny. His family has ' a house in Palestine' which, being a non existent country ,which begs the obivious question as to what he does there on his visits to Hamastan. Judging from the size of the family home,. his family is quite well off, and of course, would have to be in 'good standing' with the local political powerbrokers in order to have built such digs- which leads one to wonder what kind of activities his parents and immediate family are engaged in both in the U.S. and in the Middle East.
Yacoub is lucky to be in Orlando - since the 'bad bitches' he so craves with 'nice assess (sic) and the "picking up of' fine Mami's; would net him a beating at the least by a Hamastan modesty goon squad.
Name: abed abraham arafat asker yacoub Country: United States State: Florida Metro:Orlando Birthday: 8/4/1982 Gender: Male
Interests: bad bitches with thin waist big chest with a sexy juicy nice matching asss. we love ass. victoria secret on our women. stilletos. short skirts and thongs or boy shorts they are too sexy. women. chicken breast. water polo. smoking cigaretts. picking up fine mami's. chilling in the student union. finance biology. girls. soccer. girls. clubs. girls. getting high. drinking til we throw up. Expertise: girls. water polo. girls. business. finance. molecular and micro biology. picking up girls. charming beautiful women with nice asses Occupation: Sales Industry: Medical
its my birthday.................................................and i am 23..............................................................and i'm on xanga................................................this is gay...........................
sup people i know its been a long time but guess what. arafat is back. hahahahahahahaha. i have been having a blast lately. omg if only u people knew. too bad abraham hasn't been around. he thinks he is too good for me. and he only picks up abed's phone calls. dudes myspace is the shit better than xanga
ok well i got accepted in to a optometry school which is in puerto rico they want me to decide by next week whether i want to go which is such short notice since classes start aug 10 what bull shit is this. i don't know i may just stay and see what i can do with finance
this is a xanga dedicated only for abed, abraham, and arafat. we are the best thing that might happen to any of u lucky ladies so holla back at ya boys. from now on u wanna talk to one of us... u have to go through all three.. more to come! fuck u abraham. you know i am thinking of growing my hair. oh yea we all agree abed is the best thats why his name is first
Hey salamz. Howz my peeps doin? InshAllah all of you are doin well. Nothins been up recently. Missin Hala and just tryin to get thru the summer. CalcIII seems like its never gonna end and American History is flyin by lol. I just want a lil break to just chill and relax and get my mind off of things you kno?
Anyways, I've been listening to this one sheikh named Hassen Rasool alot recently and his recitation of the Quran is flat out wonderful, one of the bests in my opinion behind Sheikh Sudais and Sheikh Abdel Bassit. His voice is so soothing, it gives me the chills litening to him recite b/c he emphasizes certain phrases and words and it just makes me wanna read and learn more of the Quran. May Allah bless him for makin muslims around the world love the Quran. Here are a few sound clips of his recitations, you should listen to them, hope you like....
(btw, he's the same guy who's saying "Allah" in my background)
Other than that, a funny thing happened a couple days ago haha. I was in the library doin some research on the computers. Theres a bunch of computers with a bunch of ppl ya3ni, so this one gurl next to me farted....it was the weirdest sounding but quickest fart I ever heard hahahahahhahaha. Like I saw her shaking while she was reading the article she had up, then i guess she just let it slip lmao. Then everyone looked at MEEEE, then the whole place STANK, I think the dude next to me left b/c of it hahahahaha, im dying thinkin about it again. The freakin GURL farted looooool!
I love Sheikh Abdel Bassit! he's my favorite... how u been? Posted 7/8/2005 at 7:28 PM by jeans_n_tshirt
LMAO ewww....eh da? omg i swear wallahi shaklon kida hehe ttyl *asmaa Posted 7/8/2005 at 8:22 PM by asooma
hahaaha a gurl farted next 2 u..lmao classic haha..wow thats funny im laughing out loud and yet again my dad is laughing at me..whenever im talkin 2 u hes laughing at me for sum reason haha. ooo n thanx for listening to my "family problems" yesterday lol ur sucha sweetie n like u told me dont think bout the negative things..jus the good! take care salaam Posted 7/8/2005 at 8:36 PM by ArabEyez90
you can't put that kinda stuff on the net Posted 7/8/2005 at 8:44 PM by oh_crap_zak
lol bro, that's messed up. it probably sucked when everyoen started looking at you! :p I don't see you around campus, we should get together or something between classes. btw, the guy before me that left you a comment, his profile pic thing looks like he's wearing one of those surgeon face masks covering his nose/face.. and it kinda goes well together with your farting story lol. Posted 7/9/2005 at 1:40 AM by fuffers
His voice is beautiful mashAllah. haha Thanks for sharing the story d00d. Salaam. Posted 7/9/2005 at 3:37 AM by Ginan
One more thing. I mist say I'm proud of you krispy kareem. Allah yihdeena sirat al mustaqeem ya rab. Posted 7/9/2005 at 3:41 AM by Ginan
yeah...the GIRL farted...u sure? lolz, j/p. The song on my site is called "salam ya balady"...I love that song too. It's by Mahmoud el Eissely. He also has this other patriotic song with 2 other ppl called "Akid fi Masr", pretty good and then there was "Tabat w Nabat" with bouchra, that is a very very very good song, listen to it if you haven't. (u can find them at www.ozq8.com) I think Eman likes the song too so plz give her the website. Anywho, hope u like! Posted 7/9/2005 at 10:35 AM by egy_sweetie
missin u more :) Posted 7/9/2005 at 11:15 AM by halaback
yeah... im tryin to live it up before it gets to be too late! wow jazakAllah for posting those clips... mashAllah he has such a beautiful voice. Sheikh Abdel Bassit has still gotta be my favorite though. Posted 7/9/2005 at 12:28 PM by MUHAJIBAH786
hahaha the chick farted? Posted 7/9/2005 at 12:46 PM by nilebabe527
man i hate when girls fart...lol...i know thats kinda sexist huh...well i do...lol....i had an ex girlfriend that once we became b/f and g/f she used to fart a lot...i guess she thought us being together opened up the "i front in front of my boyfriend" door...which it DOES NOT...lol...take care man...and be safe with all that bad weather...Hurricane Dennis is a beast and he's slowly heading my way...also i wanted to know if you knew of anylinks of good ricitations of the Qur'an...im tryin to learn Al-fatihah in arabic for my prayer...any help? Posted 7/9/2005 at 1:46 PM by ASonUnique
girls farting is sooo funnie cause they get soo embrassesd like they arent supposed to fart lol haha Posted 7/9/2005 at 3:44 PM by bigtimer786
loool kareem u got some crazy stories. loool yea man thats a turn off when girls fart at least go to thwe bathroom damn. lol peace. Posted 7/9/2005 at 4:58 PM by o_townstr8balla
salam w/b, hahaha a yo wen u gotta do it u jst gotta let it out hahha jk jk dat shii is messed up hahaa like mah mom sayz haha (knowin shez a doc.)haah "its natural gas so u shouldnt keep it in jst let it out"hahah mah mom is funny wen it comes to stuff like dat newayz yo derz dis otha imam mah god his mind blowin wen u hear his voice his name is bro muhammed faqi mah god u gotta hear his voice i swear it'll make u cry...he gots a soothin voice....
ight mah nigga jst dropin by 2 say wus up t/c ~*~::gul::~*~
wow, karim stop recording my voice! isnt that illegal or somthin like not legal or somthin...silly rabbit, trix are for kids... Posted 7/9/2005 at 8:12 PM by TsexOn19s
hey that story was funniiiii as can be....thanks for the links...im going to listen to them right now..haven't talked to you on aim for a while nowww...yala hit me up on aim...salamat Posted 7/9/2005 at 9:37 PM by JaMiNaNgEL
That recitation was beautiful mA! Thanks much for sharing. Peace, IJB
I wish I understood Arabic...I really want to learn it. Reading the English translations of the Qur'an gets the message across, but being able to understand the Qur'an in the language that it is meant to be heard in, I'm sure has a power of its own . Posted 7/10/2005 at 2:31 AM by minisweetz
MIM: The Prince of Egypt explains why he is blessed to be a Muslim.
The Pof E's personal philosophy runs the gamut from Muslim religious belief to Hallmark card feel good sentimentality.
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
Salamz....I love Allah. I can never thank god enough. We can count everything that we don't have but it is impossible to count everything that we have been blessed with, impossible. We are so blessed and we can't thank him enough. I was just thinking, daydreaming infact...during my CalcII exam, lol....thinking how I'm so fortunate, we all are so fortunate. I am blessed to have two working eyes, two good legs and arms, a mouth, a nose, two ears, a working body. I am blessed to be healthy and not sick with anything, I am blessed to have two caring and loving parents who love each others and love their kids, blessed to have brothers and sisters, blessed to have them healthy and living in peace. I am blessed to have food to eat, water to drink anytime i need it hamdulilah. I am very blessed to be living in a nice house, living in a nice country, living in peace with myself, my family, my friends, and allah. I am blessed to have life.......I am blessed to be a muslim.
We should all make it a habit to say hamdulilah to EVERYTHING, no matter good or bad. Rather than looking at the things we don't have, thank god for the things we DO have. Say hamdulilah when you see a friend, say hamdulilah when you wake up in the morning, say hamdulilah even when you get in a car accident...it could have been worse...whatever you do, just say hamduililah b/c we are blessed beyond belief. God has been so kind to us, he's been so kind to me. I was falling a bit off the right track recently, and I prayed and prayed for God to lead me back to the right track and help me do well on exams, and this past week i feel so fresh and revived and I walked out of my CalcII exam today feeling good about it hamdulilah. God is soo generous and so forgiving, no matter how bad you may have been, I have to learn as well as everyone else, that all it takes is to raise your hands, just raise your hands and call allah, he is always there, always watching and listening, and he is always forgiving. Whenever Allah sees his worshipper just attempt to walk towards him, Allah runs toward the worshipper. Loving Allah is soo easy when you look at it.
Man, being a muslim is the greatest blessing of all...hamdulilah
Whats good guyz? Where's everyone been? Haven't seen anyone in the union for a whiiile, i miss yall! Everyone's prolly studyin for finals, good luck to all of u. Hey, like ameer said, we should do somethin for the end of the year, a lil party of picnic of some sort. Aight dudes, here's a really nice quote I came across...
"Sometimes in life, you find a special friend. Someone who changes your life just by being a part of it. Someone who makes you laugh until you can't stop. Someone who makes you believe that there really is good in the world. Someone who convinces you that there really is an unlocked door just waiting for you to open it. This is forever friendship. When you're down and the world seems dark and empty, your forever friend lifts you up in spirit and makes that dark and empty world suddenly seem bright and full. Your forever friend gets you through the hard times, the sad times and the confused times. If you turn and walk away, your forever friend follows. If you lose your way, your forever friend guides you and cheers you on. Your forever friend holds your hand and tells you that everything is going to be okay. And if you find such a friend, you feel happy and complete because you need not worry. You have a forever friend, and forever has no end."