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  1. I'm happy to hear from you blue, thnaks


    actually i've been around, just mashquul aduun, and no, i didn't go tahriib lol


    am fine, how about you, what's going around you?




    1.) Eyes: You Blink about 20000 times a day.


    2.) Hair: Hair grows about .5 mm (.02 in) a day.


    3.) Mouth: You will produce 37,800 l of saliva in your life.


    4.) Cells: There are 50 trillion cells in your body and 3

    billion of them die every minute.


    5.) Nerves: Your body has about 13000000000000 nerve calls,

    transmitting message at speed of 290 km/hr.


    6.) Brain power: You lose 100000 brain cells every day! The main thing is

    that you have 100 billion altogether. If surface area of your brain

    could be ironed out it would measure 2090 sq.cm.


    7.) Heartbeats: Your heart pumps 13640 L of blood around your body

    in a day. An average heartbeat rate per minutes of our body

    is 70 beats and this will adds more than 100000 beats a day.


    8.) Urine : You will pass 400 to 2000 ml of urine every day,

    depending on your age, your size and outside conditions,

    especially temperature.


    9.) Chemicals: There is enough carbon in your body to fill 900

    pencils, enough Fat to make 75 candles, enough phosphorous

    to make 220 match heads and enough iron to make a 7.5 cm nail.


    10.) Can you overdose on vitamins?


    Overdosing on some vitaminscan have serious side effects.


    Vitamin A: Doses of more than 3752 mg can lead to liver damage,

    hair losses and headaches.


    Vitamin B6: Doses of more than 400mg can cause numbness in the mouth.


    Vitamin C: Stomach ache can be caused due to high doses of Vitamin C.


    Vitamin D: Daily doses of 600 mg can interfere with the functioningof muscles.


    Niacin: Doses of upto 2000 mg are prescribe to

    help lower cholesterol but this could cause

    jaundice and liver damage.


    11.) Tea Or Coffee? The two main constituents of tea are “caffeine and tannin”.

    A tea bag contains about 40 mg of caffeine and brewed tea about 30mg. Tea also contains useful fluorides, volatile oils and Vitamin B.


    “Caffeine” is the main constituent of coffee. A cup of brewed

    coffee contains about 80 mg of caffeine and instant coffee

    about 60 mg. Medical studies show that heavy caffeine use

    (more than 500 mg/day) may cause harmful physiological effects.

    A cup of tea or coffee (without sugar and milk)contains about 16KJ of energy.


    12.) Fingers: Our fingers are so sensitive that they can detect a vibration with a movement of 0.02 cm. Our “finger nails” grow at the rate of about 0.05 mm in a week and hair about 3 mm in a week.

  3. you post more trash than i do mr self-name alpha, that's why you have a whole thread with the name alpha's cantarabaqash and useless corner, Ithink :P


    Showqi I and you shall retire from SOL sxb we are too old :D


    Mooge I have never taken computer classes, apart from MS office which i took 8 yrs ago, I dunno nothing about computer, waan qajajacsadaa isaga iyo ingiriisigaba

  4. Alpha Blondy;992183 wrote:
    Greed of sponsors knows no bounds


    Many expats could not take advantage of the recent government amnesty and legalize their status due to obstacles from their sponsors.


    Mohammed Naeem, a Pakistani national, came to the Kingdom in June on a visa for a driver but could not meet his sponsor as he was living in Baha. “I gave 200,000 rupees to the agent and signed a contract with him for a driver’s visa, with the salary of SR1200 per month with accommodation. When I reached the Kingdom, my sponsor was not at home and I was told he will come in 15 days,” he said.


    The sponsor came after a month and said that the date for applying for an iqama was over and that Naeem should pay him SR2,400 plus a fine of SR500 for delay. “He didn’t pay me my salary, he wasn’t in the town to arrange for my iqama and on top of it he was asking me to pay for my iqama fess and fine which was not my fault. I already taken a loan of 200,000 rupees to pay the agent for visa and another 100,000 for ticket, passport and other things, and the sponsor didn’t pay me salary for the month and was asking for money. I refused to pay and told him that I don’t have any money on me,” said Naeem.

    The sponsor refused to arrange for his iqama and told him to work in a farm as a laborer and shepherd. He claimed he had told the agent that he needed somebody to work a farm. “I have never been a shepherd or a farmer. I refused to do the farm work and told him that I signed the contract with the agent for a driver’s job not a farmer’s.


    He told me that he doesn’t need a driver, as I just have to drop his children at school in the morning. After that I have to work in the fields and herd sheep. He scolded me and the agent and told me that he is not going to apply for my iqama and will never let me go as well,” Naeem said. Naeem sought help from Pakistan Embassy officials, but they said that for a transfer of iqama, he needs to have a no-objection certificate (NOC) from his sponsor as the grace period is over.

    “I don’t know what to do as I have to pay back a loan of 300,000 Pakistani rupees. Since I came I didn’t get my salary and iqama. A friend is helping me to survive. I have no Idea where to go, what to do. I want to work, but there seems no way out. My sponsor would give me neither iqama nor release,” Naeem said with tears in his eyes. Naeem is not the only expatriate in trouble because of his sponsor. There are a number of expatriates who are facing such problems.


    Mohammed Anas Iqbal, another victim of a sponsor, told Arab News that his sponsors didn’t get his iqama issued in the seven months the amnesty was in effect. Once the amnesty ended, he was asked to pay SR5,000 for a transfer of sponsorship and 3,000 for iqama renewal. Anas said police in his locality these days are checking IDs and other documents of people on the street but his sponsor is not doing anything. Anas has no iqama and he doesn’t know what to do. “I even told my sponsor that if he doesn’t need me and doesn’t want to process my iqama, I will transfer my sponsorship to someone else, but my sponsor refused and told me that even for a release, I have to pay him another SR5,000,” said Anas.


    Another victim of a sponsor, Mounzor Hussain, told Arab News that for transferring iqama his previous sponsor is demanding SR7,000 and the new sponsor is asking for SR5,000 plus iqama renewal fees. Hussain doesn’t have any job to earn such money.

    Mazhar Kakakhel, Pakistani welfare consul, told Arab News that the consulate can help Naeem as his case is genuine since he came on a driver’s visa and contract but his sponsor is forcing him to work otherwise. “In such cases we can represent him at the labor court and the governor’s house as he has been cheated by his agent, who didn’t give him full information, and his sponsor who is not giving him his rights according to the contract. There is a legal way out. He should come to the labor wing of the consulate,” he said.


    As for those who came on open visas, they are illegal under the Saudi labor law and there is no solution for them.

    “They are the ones who are exploited by the sponsors and come to the consulate when there is no way out. Such people should stay in the Kingdom only until the validity of their visa. They should go back on exit and come on new visa with agreement, instead of letting others exploit them,” Kakakhel said.










    ma ruuba?

    This is nothing ninyahow they do much worse than these, They'll bring from around the world sell them to other companies and take two third of there salaries every month,,,


    Luckily mine is not just somali but he is also my cousin....

  5. Miskiin-Macruuf-Aqiyaar;992119 wrote:
    Weyrax wuxuu marayaa jidadkii lagu yaqaanay classic Soomaalida Reer Isdhiib. Probably Malta uu ku suganyahay now or Tunisiya. Then Talyaaniga tag waaye, after that the only option isdhiibdoon has is either Iswiidhan or Norwey, the two best countries Soomaalida qaabilaan in the last five years.

    It's short visit sxb only two months with my sponsor anyway thanks

  6. Kaluun;988620 wrote:
    Inadeerayaal they are saqiir and little girls who don't know right from wrong. At this stage they are discovering about boys and looking certain ways to get attention in class.


    Let's not judge. Mida kale Hijjab is not compulsory. What matters the most is the heart and the practice. The wadu (wayso) is far greater than hijjab. If girls do wadu 5 times a day and wear no hijjab way shidan yahin.


    Hablaaha yaryar dhaafa. Let them protest. Kuwa protest gareya are the ones that later become the righteous ones because they question and investigate rather than just take it. Diintu is as much about submission as is about questioning and rebelling. What's submission to Allah without some rebellion?


    When one submits without being first a rebel, what is he or she submitting?


    Ma garateen?


    May Allah continue to guide them. Habloo xun maha.

    For a girl, showing her hair to a man who is ajnabi is a big sin, much bigger than doing zina sxb, learn the religion

  7. Alpha Blondy;991990 wrote:
    hi R


    you can't deny it, even if you're anti-west like me.....lakinse, ma ogsoontahay Christmas is one of my favourite times of the year.

    You really want to know what Christmas means to Somali's go to Mombasa :D

  8. Morning guys, long time no is maqal


    The European Commission has just announced an agreement whereby English will be the official language of the EU rather than German which was the other possibility.

    As part of the negotiations,Her Majesty's Government conceded that English spelling had some room for improvement and has accepted a five year phase-in plan that would be known as "Euro-English".

    In the first year, "s" w...ill replace the soft "c". Sertainly, this will make the sivil servants jump with joy. The hard "c" will be dropped in favour of the"k". This should klear up konfusion and keyboards kan have 1 less letter.

    There will be growing publik enthusiasm in the sekond year, when the troublesome "ph" will be replaced with "f". This will make words like "fotograf"20% shorter.

    In the 3rd year, publik akseptanse of the new spelling kan be ekspekted to reach the stage where more komplikated changes are possible. Governments will enkorage the removal of double letters, which have always ben a deterent to akurate speling. Also, al wil agre that the horible mes of the silent "e"s in the language is disgraseful, and they should go away.

    By the fourth year, peopl wil be reseptiv to steps such as replasing "th" with"z" and "w" with "v". During ze fifz year, ze unesesary "o" kan be dropd from vords kontaining "ou" and similar changes vud of kors be aplid to ozer kombinations of leters.

    After zis fifz yer, ve vil hav a reli sensibl riten styl. Zer vil be no mor trubl or difikultis and evrivun vil find it ezi to understand ech ozer. Ze drem vil finali kum tru! And zen world!