The World Around You

Meritable Islamic Poetry November 20, 2009

Filed under: Muslims Around the World — islamnation @ 7:54 pm

Meritable Islamic Poetry Part 3 and 4

C.3 But, created though he was in the best of moulds,

Man fell from the Unity when his Will was warped,

And he chose the crooked path of Discord.

And sorrow and pain, selfishness and degradation.

Ignorance and hatred, despair and unbelief

Poisoned his life, and he saw shapes of evil

In the Physical, moral, and spiritual world,

And in himself

C. 4 Then did his soul rise against himself,

And his self-discord made discord between kith and kin:

Men began to fear the strong and oppress the weak,

To boast in prosperity, and curse in adversity.

And to flee each other, pursuing phantoms,

For the truth and reality of Unity

Was gone from their minds.


AMD Phenom II Breaks 7GHz Barrier November 19, 2009

Filed under: Stuff in Life — islamnation @ 8:58 pm

AMD Phenom II Breaks 7GHz Barrier

7.08GHz. That’s the record-shattering speed an AMD Phenom II processor was overclocked to using a massive amount of liquid helium. You can watch the whole process in this documentary video set to one nice soundtrack. [Crunchgear]




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The Revolution’s Beforemath Islamic Writings November 18, 2009

Filed under: Intro's,Muslims Around the World,Stuff in Life — islamnation @ 8:55 pm

Wanting to enhance-amass my Islamic, worldly knowledge and cultivate abilities of wisdom, I turned to books. I find reading books much more enjoyable than reading them off my screen, more healthy too even if it is less advanced.

My family used to have amplitude of aged books. Which I prefer to new ones sometimes for reasons of pure knowledge that new books, simply, do not have. A lot of these books either got lost through time or got sold, which is almost the same as lost but still, there are some thank God in our library.

While following my thirst for wisdom and knowledge I stumbled upon an accomplished book dating the writing from somewhere around 1934( I’m not sure and too lazy to go see it). It was    “The Holy Qur’an Translated, Author Abdullah Yusuf Ali, New revised Edition”. What more could I ask for? Old and Islamic. Perfect. The really nice thing was that it was translated to English, which is the only language I like reading in.

After reading the long prologue and author’s note (most of it at least) the book had a weird section which I never found in any other. It was after the Contents and prologue but before the actual Quranic Translation. It didnt even have a title.

Looking at it, you would perceive that it was poetry, and guess what. It was.

My interest and curiosity relentlessly pulling me, I started reading.

The next day I logged on the internet and started searching for parts of it but I only found one site that had/has any, but the site wasn’t opening with me. Learning this and being backed up with wanting to keep the peotry in the hands of others and the book being a bit old plus Islamic, I decided that publishing it on the net was not plagiarism, but totally the opposite. Other than the fact that American laws do not limit my actions and Syrian and Islamic ones give me freedom.

This is what I am going to start my Internet-Islamic Revolution with. Superior Islamic poetry.

I just hope that you will like it as much as me or even more, and have the capacity to understand it.

I will only post 2 parts for now and update it regularly. Please comment any criticism and opinions.



C.1 Glory to Allah Most High, full Grace and Mercy;

He Created All, including Man.

To Man He gave a special place in His Creation

He honored man to be His Agent,

And to that end, endued him with understanding.

Purified his affections, and gave him spiritual insight;

So that man should understand Nature,

Understand himself,

And know Allah through His wondrous signs,

And glorify Him in Truth, reverence, and unity.

C.2 For the fulfillment of this great trust

Man was further given a Will,

So that his act should reflect Allah’s universal Will and Law,

And his mind, freely choosing,

Should experience the sublime joy

Of being in Harmony with the infinite,

And with the great drama of the world around him,

And with his own spiritual growth



I Support! November 17, 2009

Filed under: Uncategorized — islamnation @ 9:43 pm

I Support is an old page I made, but I have intentions of renewing it every while. This is the newest one so far, but I realized that it doesn’t show on the rss unless I publish it on the main page. So that’s what i am doing! Don’t forget to comment whether you like or or love it. You cant hate it because its mine……

I Support …. Islam

I Don’t Support Extremism

I Support …. Real Muslims

I Don’t Support People Who Call Themselves Muslims But Aren’t

I Support …. Blogging

I Don’t Support Spam

I Support …. Eoin Colfer

I Don’t Support Dan Brown

I Support …. A M D

I Don’t Support Sucky Chinese Technology

I Support …. WordPress

I Don’t Support Block R’ Us

I Support …. My Friends Ideas

I Don’t Support Pathetic Excuses

I Support …. Sony1

I Don’t Support Rated R

I Support …. “duh”

I Don’t Support “whatever”

I Support …. Intelligence

I Don’t Support Stupidity

I Support …. My Blog Readers

I Don’t Support People That Don’t Read My Blog(kidding)

I Support …. Jonathan Stroud

I Don’t Support The Ways Of The Crooked

I Support …. Health Care Centers, Globally

I Don’t Support Fake Health Care Centers

I Support …. Life

I Don’t Support Other Religions

I Support …. Justice

I Don’t Support Injustice

I Support …. Luxury

I Don’t Support Poverty

I Support …. The Truth

I Don’t Support Liers

I Support …. Spanking

I Don’t Support Making Your Child Into A Menace

I Support …. Anything Open Minded

I Don’t Support In The Box

I Support …. Open Minded Stuff

I Don’t Support *****

I Support …. Anyone Open Minded, as long as he/she is good

I Don’t Support Mischief Doers

I Support …. I Support

I Support …. Hacking

I Don’t Support Game Companies Who Limit The Game

I Support …. Stubbornness 2

I Don’t Support Stubbornness

I Support …. Common Sense

I Don’t Support Crulety

I Support …. Kicking People From Raids For Idiocy

I Don’t Support Kicking People From Raids For Being Newbies

I Support …. Helping Humans

I Don’t Support Excessive Chat

I Support …. Helping Animals

I Don’t Support Animal Cruelty

I Support …. Anything that’s Anti of what I don’t Support

I Don’t Support Non Supporters Of My Supporting

I Support …. Fairness

I Don’t Support Other Blogs!

I Support …. Thinking before Talking

I Don’t Support Blabbering

I Support …. Everyone that Likes what I Like

I Don’t Support Plagiarism

I Support …. Monk

I Don’t Support K’s

I Support Modders

1( I don’t support their ps3)

2( common sense stubbornness)

I Support …. My Friends


Feed Them!

Filed under: Muslims Around the World,Stuff in Life — islamnation @ 12:57 pm
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Major World Leaders (aka us europe etc) Let Mankind down again….

By failing to feed hungry people that, according to statistics, are causing a death of a kid every 6 seconds… from malnutrition

LINK>>>>>> here or copy on the URL of your browser (what a cliche)


Diary of ME! Part VIII November 16, 2009

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Diary of ME! Part VIII


Friday! Finally! Again! The only free day of the week. Never got bored of Fridays, and I probably will never. Today I had planned to go with my friends and two fathers to the Computer Exhibition, which I was looking forward to it for two reasons. First, I love computers! Second, I kind of ruined my old speakers and needed new ones for Resident Evil 5 and plenty of other games. I also listen to music while working on the net sometimes.

I consider time on the computer is time spent wisely with a bonus of the internet, which isn’t easy to get here1.

1(I won’t lie, internet is easy to here, but for no more than dial up, and those not familiar with dial up it has a max of roughly 7 kb download ……. regular browsing speeds are roughly from 11 – 56 kb/s depending on the internet’s mood)

When it was time to go, we went to the neighbor’s car for he was going to take us.

You know! Car pooling! We love the environment.

We sat in a Toyota Yari[s]2 and 4 people were in the back, including me. I hope you can imagine how we were sitting.

2(The car was called Yaris, but after the third day from purchase someone broke off the “s”. )

2009 Shaam Technology Exhibition

We   (me and my friends) have been to lots of exhibitions, I even worked in one. They weren’t perfect, but they were good and we didn’t mind going. But this time was different. Way different. For some dumba**3 reason the guy who planned the Exhibition decided that entering the exhibition was free and unfortunately the Exhibition is placed between lots of hill-bellies’4 that live there, and every one of them loves free stuff, who doesn’t? But it’s supposed to be a Tech-nol-ogy exhibition for God’s sake! Not a carnival!

3(Here a** means donkey, not butt) My blog is rated E for Everyone

4(Most Hill-bellies are evil here)

Another new thing was the entrance to the Exhibition grounds. When I arrived it looked like someone was giving free Lamborghinis away, but it turned out to be the entrance to the grounds and people were being let in through a door. If that wasn’t enough, some guy decided that people weren’t allowed to get in until getting ……. “wrongfully touched” if you get my meaning. First your chest, your shoulders, your sides and then, pop, between your legs.

After the feeling of being “wrongfully touched” dissolves, you would start thinking that you took a wrong turn and were entering N.A.S.A. or something. Oh my God, It’s just an Exhibition! I mean why would they do that? Who was the smart guy who planned this out? It’s just a Technology Exhibition, and probably 98% of the stuff are Chinese products.

That’s only for the men of course, because I am sure that if massacres wouldn’t be made, they would do it to the women also. Fortunately the women were taken to the side and had their side bags expected.

After getting through the wretched door, which, thank God doesn’t take as long as expected, you have to get a pass. There were 2 types of passed (at least). A student’s pass and a regular pass. To get the students pass you have to look like a student AND get lucky because they don’t give it to everyone that looks like a student, they probably give it randomly. The regular pass needs you to fill out a paper for personal information including your last name, first name, phone number, cellular number, email, occupation, home address, website (if you have), company ( if you have), how you found out about the exhibition, and probably other things; I got the students pass so I had to call a friend to remind me of some of the questions for the regular pass. At least it was free though, eh?

When you find you friends (if you came with them) and meet up again, you have to pass a person who asks you for your pass.

I believe you could imagine the problems that could occur throughout this whole ordeal; especially if you live here I’m sure you can.

When passing the security dude who checks for your pass, you have a chance of being stopped by another person who asks you more questions. To this point all I can say is “This is getting really pathetic

After all this, you’re free to go! Other than the people who walk around and try to give you advertisements, you’re cool.

By the time you get bored of figuring out how the exhibition was laid out, and where was where, you’ll realize that it doesn’t have much planning into it, nor will it seem that it was divided into sections, except for the fact that if it was planned out, it was planned extremely poorly (is this sentence correct grammar wise?)

Though, in the end you will start going with the flow since it was greatly crowded. They also tend to have strong spotlights pointed at the crowds with blaring subwoofers playing Kurdish music or something like that.

Also if you purchase an item or more, to get out you need to show a security guard the receipt, which the seller would probably have forgotten to give you. Like what happened to me.


Diary of ME! Islamic Ethics and Cellular Phones November 14, 2009

14/11/09 Saturday

Most of the time, the one thing I think about after the last lesson of the day at school is my Pc! And Food! Today I convinced my Dad to go with me to buy meat sharwana (Its like a meat sandwich, with mayo and parsley). While getting ready to go, my Dad finished before me and decided to go before me, and I would meet up with him on the street. I got dressed, went downstairs and started going to the resteraunt. While I was calling my Dad to see where he was so I could meet with him I heard some ringing. Ringing from the darkness. It was a digital ringing, and I was used to hearing ringing because people always turn on their songs in the middle of the street. It was also very close, and continuous. The ringing wasn’t any song or something, it was those defaults that come with the phone. Of course I realized it was a phone from the rhythm. I got a busy message while calling, ended the call and tried to find the source of the ringing. I looked back, and spotted a white flashing on the ground, in the middle of the street. It was dark and I couldn’t make out what it was exactly. Of course, from all my experience and wisdom, I had plenty of ideas running through my head. Most of them were things like “This could be a prank or Hidden Camera”. I mean, it is weird situation, what would you do in my place? There I was frozen in my place on the sidewalk. I looked around to see if anyone was looking, and found nothing suspicious. So I walked towards the flashing object and picked it up. After realizing that it was ringing, I decided to answer.

“Hello” I said, I felt really weird and I still think I talked in a stupid way.

“Hello, who is talking to me” Said a young girl.

I had no intention to say my name or give any information about myself, I still didn’t really know what was happening. I like being cautious. Better safe than sorry. So I replied “I found this phone on the ground?”

“Oh yea, this is my Moms phone”

“uhm, yes?”

“Well” said the girl. “where can you give us the phone?”

“Well, where are you? I am in Mashroo3 Dumar near the Fire Fighters Department”

“Oh ok, we are close can you wait there 5 minutes please?”

“Sure, I am waiting there.”

“Ok thanks a lot”

I waited 5 minutes, and each car that passed, I tried to see through the dark car windows to see if anyone was looking for me. After waiting a bit, the phone started ringing again. They asked me again where I was, and I replied the same answer, and that I was waiting for them, they told me they are there. I looked up and saw a white sedan pull up in front of me, it seemed like a Volkswagen. I didn’t really pay attention to what the car was, but while recalling it through memory I remember it was white and looked like a volkswagen. I peered through the windows and saw a women driving, the mother, and her daughter sitting near her, with some kids in the back. Then I said “Here is the phone, the screen is broken by the way, good bye”

And I walked off, I know it was awkward but I was supposed to be with my dad not talking with strangers. Apparently they thought the same thing, so after a couple of seconds of walking they moved the car towards me and horned. I looked back wondering what was it they wanted. While I approached the car, I stopped short. I saw the mother offering me cash and saying that she wants to give them to be because I am a good person. I said “what the heck” and took the money then walked off.




I am kidding ;)

I saw the women offering money, and stopped short. She said that she wants me to have the money because I am a good person. I told her that I won’t take any cash, and that she is welcome for my help, and good bye. Once again I walked off. Then I saw my Dad walking towards me carrying my tasty sandwich. Hmmmmm, food!