Wednesday, March 26, 2008

On the Verge of becoming Alive


after so many years of chilling and hanging out. One of my closest friends back in the day,, (still close) asked me yesterday to send him some Hadith in English as well as some "relevant" verses from the Quran.

He is one of few non-muslims I always made duaa for to become muslim, inshaAllah he will be soon.. and I also ask you to make duaa for him. I dont think it will stop there coz he isnt the only one I know of since my schools days who has a major interest in Islam but I suppose it will stir things up with the others inshaAllah.

choose for me 10 verses from the Quran that really touch your heart.. and inshaAllah i ll send them to him..
Id also appreciate good websites..


Monday, March 24, 2008


The Biggest Man on th Planet for a very long time (1998-2005) is coming back to reclaim the Throne of Ultimate Muscledom Glory, The O ( Olmpiya).


Sure he doesnt look smart in that pic,, but sure he has a lot of packed meat.

septembre 2009 should be interesting..
or even maybe he ll show up in the Arnold Classic..

InshaAllah i ll be a not so big bodybuilder i wanna be at 230 ( guys now reach 285 and more shreded!!) pounds with 5 % body fat... Once i reach that isnahaAllah i ll decide if i wanna be bigger.. but its pretty tiering and then being busy with other stuff maintaining the size will be tough anyways.

i wonder whats it going to be being a buff academic.. inshaAllah,, got to study... and pump!

Sunday, March 23, 2008

Countries of the Arabian peninsula (G.C.C). Strategy, Security and the Future. A dignified existence

One characteristic of domestic politics in the countries of the Arabian/Persian Gulf is that it is too domestic. What being discussed in media is mostly and always related to domestic politics, conflicts of ideological interests, current economic crises, moral issues.

In Kuwait you have the occasional childish dissolving of parliament which is becoming a farce. In Saudi the constant baffle about women driving and “international community’s” “concern” about “women rights”. Dubai’s Mickey Mouse economic project and occasional rants about prostitution and such. Perhaps am not so aware of the rest of other countries but nothing is of major decisive importance.

What is so insane is that issues that would shape the future of its peoples is hardly discussed.
What about the American Bases that are growing allover the peninsula? what about Oil prices? What about the toppling of the Iraqi regime? what about the War the U.S wants to pursue with Iran.. What about Expats that are screwing up demographics and cultural identity. These are the major issues that should be of intrinsic concern, maybe there is room to maneuver over such issues today but tomorrow there might not be such room…and a dignified existence with pride and sovereignty will be not be possible.

Apparently or what seems to be the case is that G.C.C countries seem to be reacting to variable factors as they face them. There is no solid strategy or vision to what the future is going to be, you might tell me that such issues are being discussed in majalis diwaniyat an so forth but that doesn’t make change..

Saturday, March 22, 2008

Mass 316

salam aleykum

yeah i know, havent been blogging really. being thoughtful and writing some sophisticated post isnt the most not so time consuming thing..besides i ve been really busy.

and i think i could probably write on like a proper website or newsnetwork etc. i got an offer with instablogs. they wanted me to write for them..

cant complain been pumping up after a long layoff...

Mass shall pump till I explode beyond thee pumptensial.
Thy being shall have moutains of biceps, A horizon wide back.
Thy shoulders will be cannonballs
Thy neck big oak bark

Thy Pecs shall bench press mount everest
Thy Quads shall squat the moon
Thy Biceps shall curl the pyramids
Thy Body shall shower the earth with sweat.

Thou shall smell the sent of Mass Muscle
Thou shall tremble before Muscledom Glory
Thou shall fall in shock and awe

ehm yes..

got a facebook message from a wacky older niqabi...wondering if i was single and "looking" I guess I should wear niqab myself ? yes i am a braggart.. not my head maybe

lets see if i can slap more muscle on my physique. and perhaps try to go down to 5% bodyfat.

yes am totally brain juice inside my head..

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

I dont care who I have to fight...
If he rips my arms off, I'll kick him to death...
If he rips my legs off, I'll bite him to death...
If he rips my head off, I'll stare him to death...
And if he gouges my eyes out, I ll curse him behind the grave....

Uzumaki Naruto.

Monday, March 10, 2008

Moderate Violence?

Looking at three marginalized peoples conflicts the Zaptistas rebellion, the gama Islamiya terrorist attacks of Southern Egypt and the Ogoni initially peaceful rebellion in Nigeria
Ironically the peaceful resistance didn’t make any difference despite being widely supported on the “international arena” it is really a sad story and in the end they are crushed by the Nigerian government

The Gama Islamiya or splinters from it were responsible for a series of violent terrorist attacks on the country which ended in 1997 where more than 40 tourists were killed by extremists (notice that I rarely use such words like extremists but in this case it is accurately descriptive) this marked the final blow to the group as the Egyptian Public opinion was crassly disgusted with the final incident. The government later cracked down upon them.

The Zaptistas however did use violence but “moderately” as we all agreed in class casualties did fall but still they maintained the sympathy of Mexicans and in the end they did achieve major changes in the political fabric of Mexico.

Of course it would be very simplistic to argue that the type of violence was what paved the way to success. But it is a factor that should be considered and perhaps compared to the success of violence used by such insurgency (or terrorists) …
well least this creates room for more comparitive studies between social movments

What was common between these three groups was that they all were motivated by religious convictions, they were all marginalized (economically, politically, culturally and geographically)(culturally as in qusai belonging to the nation state) , they all were stereotyped to be mentally lacking, uneducated farmer type peoples, and they stereotyped the other as lacking honor, a sense of shame and manliness.
العلمُ سراج و الحب معراج