On September 22, 2006
Hold the atayef. Ramadan will have to wait till Sunday.
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thank you lord
Haha anonymous I know who you are :P
r u saying jordan is not tomorrow ? is it confirmed ? rami from USA.
Yup. They just confirmed that its on Sunday.
Let the games begin … today there will be a HUGE fight in the Islamic community here
i swear this is a joke. how can a country sandwiched between palestine and KSA (both tomorrow) clain it is sunday.
as for the fight that is about to start here ….lol. last year or the year b4 i remember muslims in neighboring states saamu and 3ayyadu on different dates, let alone the sunnis and shiite differneces ….lol
wallah inna ummeh haamleh ya gig3aan ….
I can’t express what I feel right now, phew, Roba you can guess sa7 :P
[Ramadan Olympics]Alright, it’s that time of the year again, when people are in anticipation of the holy month of Ramadan in the USA
Every year, people gather to decide on the beginning of the holy month, while a bunch of Arab and Islamic countries have declared tomorrow (Saturday, the 23rd) the first month of Ramadan[…]
I really can’t stand all the bickering and lack of organization! I’ve resorted to going outside and looking for the moon myself. And even though it was cloudy and rainy, I am pleased to announce that in my neck of the woods that the start of Ramadan is on Saturday. Tell me again was I supposed to see the crescent? And so help me God, if we have to fast one day extra…..
i really dont understand how ppl can walk on the moon and how we muslims cant even decide on which day we’re supposed to fast!
Happy Ramadan and taqabala allah mena wa menkom :)
Happy Ramadan Roba.. I’ve just remembered your last year’s post .. I can’t wait till i get those sugar-filled atayef! yum yum!
first of all..ramadan karim.
now,i’ve noticed you talk about riyad and how you lived there most of your life,im asking someone there to bring me some professional hair product from l’oreal…i’de like to make it easier for him,because as a guy,im not sure he’d be able to get to places that sell stuff like that…so,any suggestions?..its a professional product that can be applied by hairdressers only…?
Thanks guys for the Ramadan wishes. Same to you!
Help-help, they’re widely available in women’s hairsalons, but since he’s a man, check out Saks 5th Avenue in Mamlaka, who have a women’s hair salon, but I suppose he can ask the men at the cashiers. Good luck.
MR.DAR…………………………. WHAT IS THE MEANING (CheeerZ) IN RAMDEAN
MR. Dar ALLA YEHDIK
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