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  1. I don't see why you couldn't the packaging isn't feminine at all. Its almost got a cult following some would say.
  2. There's so much wrong with many of the statements made here, like someone saying they should be parents themselves...I think this video is proof that they shouldn't! What these girls did is unacceptable and using their religion and ethnicity as an excuse doesn't do the rest of us any favours. I'm also surprised at the fact that two sisters are out drinking together like it absolutely normal.
  3. Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour skin protectant is my staple and can be used on almost anything from dry patches of skin to eyebrow shaping. I love the smell, it reminds me of arabic gum.
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    Fannaankii Axmed Cali Haaruun (Dararamle) oo geeriyooday Arbaco, 16 February 2011 (HOL)- Allaha u naxariistee waxa xalay magaalada London ee dalka Ingiriiska ku geeriyooday Fannaankii/Muusigyahankii hobolladii Waaberi Axmed Cali Haaruun (Dararamle). Allaha u naxariistee Marxuumka oo muddooyinkan ku sugnaa dalka Ingiriiska, ayaa xalay ku geeriyooday magaalada London, halkaas oo dhawaanahanba ay ka socdeen Munaasabado dhaqameed. Marxuumka oo ka mid ahaa foollaadka ama hormoodka Fanka Soomaalida, isla markaana inta badan ku noolaa magaalada Hargeysa, ayay guud ahaan Bahda Hiiraan Online waxay tacsi u dirayaan guud ahaan Umadda Afka Soomaaliga ku hadasha, gaar ahaan ehelkii iyo qaraabadii uu Marxuumku ka baxay, isagana Ilaahay jannadii ha ka waraabiyo oo ha u naxariisto. May Allah forgive him for his sins and have mercy on him.
  5. Juxa, I wouldn't say that I was interrogated yesterday by an elderly somali woman who claimed she didn't understand a word I was saying. She then went on to ask me ludicrous questions about Somali life stock, which I have no way of knowing! She said she was sickened by the way the younger generation cast off their mother tongue like it's something to be ashamed of. When she asked me what the purpose of learning this 'gaalo' language and it's bearing on the hereafter, but me being me I was very quick to tell her it allows me to live and work in the here and now and my ability to speak Somali has no bearing in the hereafter. Keep in mind she said she didn't understand me.
  6. Don't worry about, you're not alone. I've been on here a while and can just about make out words much less sentences. I have to say though it's really annoying when solers still purposely reply in Somali to my posts...if only they knew I actually skip the Somali bits . But I wouldn't pay any of it any mind as I've noticed that when some soler write in Somali it's usually to make some silly statement or joke that bears no relevance to topics. Lately I've attempted reading some small sentences in Somali and can make out some of it which feels like some major achievement not to mention HARD WORK. I have wondered though if people seriously use some of the words they write here day to day because I doubt it. My linguistic abilities are far better than reading and I don't use half the words I've seen on sol. My only annoyance is that I still make mistakes with tenses and grammatical gender which is always a little embarrassing when made in front of elders. So are you here to learn or just want to know you're not alone?
  7. hamza;688926 wrote: Allah solved everything for you. hypothetical questions have no place in islam Forget about women's rights for a second guys, you should all be more concerned about this statement. Hamza it really alarms me when people make sweeping statements like that and it's ultimately telling us is not to question or think. Islam encourages knowledge which involves thinking and questioning alike. What worries me is that you might well have a brilliant explanation because you went to circles and classes and it was diligently explained to you but you assume others know all this and will magically understand what you mean. However my problem with thissos that a more impressionable mind might take this litterally and apply to all aspects if life, and not question the most important things. Someone recently said to me they're not a Muslim, when I asked why they said because they don't pray. When I probed further I realised it was because someone had told him 'you are not a Muslim if you do not pray'. Sure we've heard this line, but no one explainned to that person that if you believe in the A' shahadda no one can denounce your faith.
  8. Are you serious BOB? You read a story about a man making sex tapes with women, where not only he was jailed but also his co-star and then sumise he took advantage of the poor women and should be sentenced to death. Somalia and Somaliland aren't Islamic states so shariah law doesn't apply and in a Muslim country (because there's a difference) it's understandable that they should choose to jailed both parties involved. I don't on the otherhand understand why you and some others here are so upset and have concluded he's taken advantage of these women. As far as I see he's taken as much advantage as an old Somali man taking a child bride, knowing she'll jump at the chance for a better life. Exploitation and prostitution often go hand in hand but would you defend prostitutes with the same vigour?
  9. Eng.Cadde;57683 wrote: Well,If a woman wants to find a man who can easily be dominated then they should go for sissies! joking but are we assuming education makes women dominant? Why not matual understanding and cooperation.You know what the ARABS say in such situation (Ana Amiir wa anta Amiir faman yaquudul ximaar!) which literally translates into something like(I am the leader and you are also the leader who is going to unload the donkey!) Well you couldn't possibly unload yourself now!
  10. Eng.Cadde;57680 wrote: sorry for my language,but i actually hate this kind of attitude.that men are intimidated by successful women huhaa. education is available for all so why not go to uni and get your degree.why limit your chance of success? Any farah who is able to pay for uni but doesnt go to uni out of caajisnimo is a damn loser. all in all,if a woman reaches 30 either by choice(she chose not to marry until certain age) or by circumstance(she isnt enough attractive to attract a male) then you hear someone say she is indepedent and strong and that men are intimated by her? wtf,on the other hand,if she has a university degree and is educated she is also threating,give me a break!! Do you know what would be more disastrous? if some of us hear actually believe such thing and try to act on it on real life! Any how,where are all those successful ,liberated and indepedent women? i definitely would like to meet I know it's been ages since anyones replied to this post but I was looking back over old posts and saw this and though it would be crime not to challenge this last post. Eng. Cadde I don't even know if you're still using SOL but I can't believe that you could be so deluded. Talk about outdated sexist views! Yes, education is available to all... but it takes a smart person to make good use of the opportunities they are given. however it's a stup!d person who would throw away opportunities because they're "Caajis". What's more it's even more absurd to conclude that the only reason a woman in her 30's would stay unmarried is because she isn't attractive enough to find a partner. (No wonder divorce rates are high when it's based on such superficial tripe) Was that meant to be an insult? If that were honestly the case then it would be safe to assume that women are not as superficial as you think since so many somali women settle for somali men. A more feasible conclusion is that there are too many 'caajis' men out there who are to lazy to pull their finger out and provide for their families. So they prey on the young and ignorant hoping she'll accept less. Let us not forget that our parents struggled to provide us with whatever that was in their means, even if that was just a plane ticket to another country. Our parents sacrificed much to ensure that we had better opportunities, so how would it look if we were to throw away those opportunities to live as your parents did? Others go on about sacrificing akhlaq and deen, but why would that be the case? It seems people who have never been in or seen a two income family seem to think that a mother going to work can't parent and a father going to work doesn't need to parent.
  11. The thing I love best about this music video is Adam Levine. If he's in it, it's got to be good and that's the long and short of it.
  12. It'll definitely take some getting use to. I'm still undecided about this change...mind you this is the first time I've posted in ages so that's a good sign already.
  13. I don't know why but I thought I'd share this tid bit. I was listening to ****'s album Love Deluxe and there is this song 'Pearls' which is all about a woman in Somali. Strange huh?
  14. Hey Juxa, I hope you're well. I was roped in to help with some PR, my sister founded SIT and has organised this event. It would be lovely to see you and the girls inshallah. here's some more information... ----------------------------------------------- The Somali Integration Team (SIT) is organising a Somali eid event for woman in order to raise money for various charities such as Al Huda Mosque. All the money we raise will go to charity, it’s a fundraising event there will be a full course meal, entertainment, etc. There will be loads of events such as: - • Role Play • Somali and English Poetry • Fashion Show • Quizzes • Somali Entertainment • Charity Bidding • Auctions This event will be the celebration of Eid amongst Muslim sisters and we wish for a very high outcome in people. The dress code is strictly dirracs, the event will held at The Waterlily Business Centre 10 Cleveland Way London E1 4UF Tickets (bought in advance) Adults- £25 Children- £15 At the door ticket sales for adults will change to £30 In order to book your ticket now Contact details are: - Office: - 02077902650 Yasmin: - 07983118332 ------------------------------------------------ Eid Mubarak!
  15. Also Diracs on sale and get a henna and makeup makeover.