The Seeker III
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I'm a 22 years old Iranian guy whose native language is Persian , and I really like to learn speak Arabic
but everything I try is formal Arabic which sounds way different from how Arabs actually Speak
if there is anyone willing to help tell me here or add me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I would be grate-full and we might even become good friends :)
(I'm asking this on Lebanon section since I've heard the Lebanese have the most beautifull accent among Arab Speakers ! )
thank you4 AnswersLebanon8 years ago
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Just Curious ... !4 AnswersPolitics1 decade ago
What is your Opinion about this Statement ? Agreed or Disagreed ?
"It is virtually impossible for both the groups (Shia and Sunni) to unite and work together because the gulf between us (in terms of our fundamental beliefs) is exceptionally wide.You should be extremely cautious of the Shias. As far as possible, you should endeavour to block their infiltration into your sunni society. Make their agenda known to your sunni colleagues. Enlighten your members of the fundamental differences between the sects."
And Allah knows best
Mufti M. Kadwa
Darul Iftaa, Madrassah In'aamiyyah
Source : www.askimam.org18 AnswersRamadan1 decade ago
in order to bring an Independent Regime to Arab States ?
Because , Apparently the "Pro-Democracy" US has so much interest in keeping these useless coward kings that forgot the term of "King" itself Contradicts the very existence of their so called "Democracy and freedom" ,
(don't you smell Double Standards !!!?)7 AnswersRamadan1 decade ago
He told Hillary Clinton :
""" Saudi Arabia's foreign minister has expressed doubts about the need for more sanctions on Iran over its nuclear programme
Saud al-Faisal said the threat posed by Iran's nuclear ambitions demanded a more immediate solution than sanctions.
Al-Faisal described sanctions as a long-term solution, and said the threat is more pressing.
"But we see the issue in the shorter term because we are closer to the threat. We need immediate resolution rather than gradual resolution," he said.
The minister did not identify a preferred short-term resolution. """
Link to Source :8 AnswersPolitics1 decade ago
Just Curious ! :p11 AnswersMen's Health1 decade ago