I love it, lol.on November 1, 2004 10:00 AM
Cool poem but all the food imagery is a bit difficult to swallow while fasting! jk.on November 1, 2004 10:22 AM
Mmmmmm...buns, samosas, pies, and haleem...great poem...on November 1, 2004 1:44 PM
Can you write another one on nihari and lassi please?on November 1, 2004 1:45 PM
As Salaamu alaikum
'Can you write another one on nihari and lassi please?'
I know whats lassi is but im abit confused about nihari.Anyways also forgot about the sharbat,the falooda,the firni, the bajias,the mince samoosas;the potatoe samoosaas,the chicken samoosas,the cheese and corn samoosas,the daywara,the cutlets,the puri patta,the kebaabs, the bugers,the shawarmas,the pizzas,the FOOD,FOOD and MORE FOOD..Subhanallah..and there are people who dont know where there next iftaar is coming from.
May ALLAH give us victory over our nafs and grant us the ability to follow the sunnah in all facets of our life.May HE protect us from overeating.May HE make us realise the true Spirit of Ramadhaan and make us gain the maximum benefit of this precious month.
Salaam, great funny poem
"It cant be an iftaar without samosas" - meon November 1, 2004 9:41 PM
Mmmmmm....sharbat, falooda, firni, mince samosas, chicken samosas, dhai baray, cutlets, shawarmas, kababs, pizzas...this message board is even better than the poem...great message board...on November 2, 2004 12:15 AM
We need some hunger management tehory in this thread...
Just remembered what iftar equals to a khaleeji:
(and not the sweet stuff Eqyptians apparently call hareesa as well.. copycats).
:Don November 2, 2004 12:58 AM
For some real spiritual nourishment:
"THE NIGHT OF POWER"
Speaker: Shaykh Jamal Adh-Dhahabi
TOMORROW (Thursday, November 4)
Busch Campus Center, Rm 120
Sheikh Jamal is speaking?
How come an email hasnt yet been sent out about this? I mean, its almost midnight on Wed. night.on November 3, 2004 11:44 PM
on November 4, 2004 11:18 PM
Whoever didnt make it tonight to hear Sh Jamal missed out BIG time.......
May Allah(swt) preserve our blessed shuyukh, that serve as reminders of our TRUE tradition, and exemplify what this deen is all about......
this week, i think all of ISRU had their hands tied with the fastathon. there wasn't even an e-mail sent out for the fastathon.
ameen to preserving the scholars of the people of tradition.
hkon November 5, 2004 9:45 PM