Originally Posted by cricheart
Simon bhai, dont mind quoting your post, just somehow that reminds me that Fazli aam aar ketha balisher jhogray joraiya got 1 month bann , makes me think now it could 've been worse. In both circumstances actually, the bann could 've been lifetime or I could end up post somewhere more offensive remark where higher sentimental rage (back then) could push me to make bigger mistakes. Sorry to Indian posters, viewers & mods for my offensive post at that Fazli aamer thread. I'm glad bann revoked on me here at BC before WT20 here, just before some real cricket coming within a week
hehe,didn't know that, good to see u back, enjoy your stay, enjoy your 2nd BC life, enjoy your 'life after hajot' :p ( just kidding)
Why dont my wife listen to me? Why doesn't she sell stocks when I tell her to.. why is she so freaken GREEDY??? Why is that things that I teach her, she thinks she can do it better? Why why why? I dont go around telling her I can cook better than her...I dont tell her to be quiet when she says I think u should put a little more salt....
I hate amateurs and I hate amateurs that don't listen.
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I watched the infamous video while the Govt was supposedly blocking YouTube.
(Now it is blocked indeed).
All I can say is that it was one of the most repulsive and distasteful thing I have ever seen.
It was purpose made directed preciously to insult our Prophet (PBUH) and the Muslims all over the world.
The video had called the Prophet (PBUH) " Mohammad the bastard" "Father of the Unknown" and shown him as a child molesting, blood thirsty pervert amongst other despicable things.
I'm glad that the Muslim world has risen up to this nonsense and making their voice heard.
Yes, some of the methodology of the protest could/should have been avoided, but the bottom line is, we Muslims should let the beholders of "free speech" know that we won't tolerate this direct insult to our Prophet (PBUH) and to our religion.
Verily, in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest [Al-Qur'an,13:28]