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Ahmed_Egypt 1 | 4  
27 Mar 2007 /  #1
me no wating septumber :)
me be at warsaw :), now meet polish girl :)
me soon marry :)
King Sobieski 2 | 716  
27 Mar 2007 /  #2
you:(here:(still:(

understand no me
LoneStranger 3 | 382  
27 Mar 2007 /  #3
me soon marry

Congradulations.
RazZ 1 | 180  
27 Mar 2007 /  #4
he need to find one first for marriage:)
sapphire 22 | 1,241  
27 Mar 2007 /  #5
i want to know if your Polish wife will wear a veil
RazZ 1 | 180  
27 Mar 2007 /  #6
sapphire

do you have anything against female wearing veil.? its just simple question no offence meant.
sapphire 22 | 1,241  
27 Mar 2007 /  #7
not at all razz.. I think its a personal choice for Muslim women.. i was just posing a friendly question to our resident Egyptian :)
OP Ahmed_Egypt 1 | 4  
27 Mar 2007 /  #8
veil

no veil :( . no no no no no :(, free :) yes :), no veil. i see wife face :) :)

i like good. free :). same life :). me no veil , polish women :) no veil :) :)

i marry. i love :) . respeckt
espana 17 | 910  
27 Mar 2007 /  #9
personal choice for Muslim women

if the man tell she that she have to wear that is not good
but is the woman want to wear this good
OP Ahmed_Egypt 1 | 4  
27 Mar 2007 /  #10
polish women :), no tention :), i come soon :)

veil no good :(
RazZ 1 | 180  
27 Mar 2007 /  #11
if the man tell she that she have to wear that is not good
but is the woman want to wear this good

every one has think that a man would force his wife to wear veil. but its the women who prefer to wear them without being forced
espana 17 | 910  
27 Mar 2007 /  #12
dont think soo
how many womans come to england for muslims countrys and them the man is not very happy when the woman want to be free
RazZ 1 | 180  
27 Mar 2007 /  #13
those are just a handful numbers of man, take a look outside the box and you will see the difference
sapphire 22 | 1,241  
27 Mar 2007 /  #14
oh dear, see ive unwittingly started a right to wear the veil debate.. Razz is right, there are many educated Muslim women who choose to wear the veil, not because it is enforced upon them by their menfolk..so it should not be viewed as a symbol of oppression.. but of course every Muslim country and culture is different as are the types of veils worn, so it is dangerous to generalise.. in some countries it is compulsory. blah, blah, blah..............
RazZ 1 | 180  
27 Mar 2007 /  #15
i think this veil debate will lead to racism from some people. so better get myself prepared for it
espana 17 | 910  
27 Mar 2007 /  #16
**** that !!
i dont like any religion
normally are like.....all for the mans and nothing for the womans is always like that .
and the womans should be the same than mans
and in most of the religions not do this
Decorator 4 | 291  
27 Mar 2007 /  #17
i think this veil debate will lead to racism from some people.

Hopefully not, i'm sure most people here are educated enough to discuss it rationally..
sapphire 22 | 1,241  
27 Mar 2007 /  #18
'most' may be the operative word there!
RazZ 1 | 180  
27 Mar 2007 /  #19
i dont like any religion

i think you need a lesson abt this from lonestranger. we have posted abt this long before, cant find it but when i do, DO read it.

Decorator

yeah hopefully not. but you never know what will happen. so always "Expect the unexpected"
Decorator 4 | 291  
27 Mar 2007 /  #20
I was raised Catholic, can't say i have any faith myself though. I'm sure if some people find religion comforting that's fine. I'm not one of them..
RazZ 1 | 180  
27 Mar 2007 /  #21
espana

polishforums.com/egyptian_looking_relationship-9_22_0.html

go throught this thread and read it might help but then not it will be up to you.
just dont go and saying you dont like any religion before not knowing what a religion means
espana 17 | 910  
27 Mar 2007 /  #22
well he think that and i respect that but didnt help me at all
szarlotka 8 | 2,209  
27 Mar 2007 /  #23
i dont like any religion

For me that reads' I don't need any religion'. We all need a crutch in life, something that supports us in difficult moments. For me it's my family and friends. I respect the part that religion plays in others' lives. I don't respect having their beliefs forced down my throat.

Just say no to zealots.:)
OP Ahmed_Egypt 1 | 4  
27 Mar 2007 /  #24
no fight :( me give nice news :( me see friend. me see no enemy :)
me like polish woman. no other metter no haedakh
espana 17 | 910  
27 Mar 2007 /  #25
I don't need any religion'

yes i dont need that but if you and others do i m happy for you:) and i will respect you
LoneStranger 3 | 382  
27 Mar 2007 /  #26
espana

Good then :) ... but I hope you also will not judge people over religion. :)

Ahmed_Egypt

:) ... with such determination... even if there was only ONE POLISH WOMAN!! left in this world... you would have 80% chances of being with her.

All the very best. :) ... I dont have a doubt... go ahead.
espana 17 | 910  
27 Mar 2007 /  #27
I hope you also will not judge people over religion

i dont!!! i only think religions need to do some changes
LoneStranger 3 | 382  
27 Mar 2007 /  #28
religions need to do some changes

I agree with you.

But I kind of think that they do change with time. Afterall it is the rule of nature isnt it? We all change.

One upon a time man had big body hair. Big teeth. Money like face. A totally different appearence. Then slowly our bodies changed... we became more evolved. Now we stand here... and I will not be surprised (please no racist comment on this) if actually people evolve further to become one single race. And I think people will accept that too as they have accepted the present condition of their bodies.

A child takes birth. His body changes with time...the face changes... every aspect grows and decays.

Although, I call these changes as evolution! I think, people dont really change, but their are becoming more actual. We as humans are always growing into something more complete, both mentally, physically and spiritually. We are blossoming...

A caterpillar also evolves into a butterfly.... and a bud blossoms to a rose. No one can stop this progress... progress is the journey of man and all creations of God.

So religion surely grows too. :)

Abraham came...Moses came, Jesus came... all brough new and more modern laws (relative to their time of revealation). If you study Islam, then it was quite a modern religion in its own time (although it is clearly outdated laws now, and very badly handled by its believers. This religion has lost its charm... perhaps because all its laws are not compatible with the modern world).

However, I am studying Baha'i reigion now. I am a free minded person, and I study religions. Baha'i religion seems to have many answers to alot of questions, and it is logical...

here is a link: bahai.org.pl
also: bahai.org

It gives a good explanation about the evolution of religion and laws from God. About how it is rhytmic and systematic, and also progressive.

If you are interested about prophecies, please note: bci.org/prophecy-fulfilled

Studying with an open heart and an open mind is good. Increases knowledge.

Anyways...you made a very intelligent comment espana :) :)
pingwin 2 | 117  
27 Mar 2007 /  #29
Okay, here's how I see it through Thich Nhat Hanh

Every day we do things, we are things that have to do with peace. If we are aware of our life..., our way of looking at things, we will know how to make peace right in the moment, we are alive.

:)
ukinpoland 5 | 338  
27 Mar 2007 /  #30
I do love it when threads end up 40 million miles away from where they were at the start

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