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1  General / Tajik History, Culture and Civilization / Re: Names of Aryan/Persian months and their forgotten meanings on: July 24, 2009, 02:03:08 PM
Pashto Month names:

wraj    ???
?wajaj    ????
?bargolaj ???????
t?unga?    ?????
zmaraj    ????
wagaj    ???
t?la              ???
la?am      ???
lind?j        ?????   
mar?umaj ??????
salw???    ??????
kab              ??

Pashto month names are in pashto and not in arabic as paristani claims.
The dari month names are in arabic as used in AFghanistan. Saratan and mizan and other words used in dari version are pure arabic words. Once an Iranian asked me why afghans use arabic words for their calendar and I didn't know the answer.

More info on Iranian calendar
2  General / General Discussion / Re: Marrying your cousin/e on: July 22, 2009, 03:50:22 PM
This is a very big part of eastern cultures. The reasons for inter family marriages are already posted by Lindt.

I am not aginst cousins marrying cousins as it is allowed in Islam and is culturaly acceptable but I encourage marriage between different ethnicities and to people we are not related to. The important factor is that the man and woman are both happy and have the familie's blessings. I think marriage between diferent ethnicites increases friendships and love and removes misundrestandings.  I personally wouldn't have a problem marrying a tajik, uzbek, hazara, arab or any other muslim provided our families come to an agreement. One of my relatives is married to a italian woman and they are happy but there are certian cultural gapes which are to be expected.
3  General / General Discussion / Good honest documentary about Afghanistan on: May 16, 2009, 08:05:18 AM
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Very accurate analysis of the current situation. A good insight to what is happening.
4  General / General Discussion / Re: ' ۱۲۶ دانش آموز دختر در کاپیسا مسموم شدند' on: May 16, 2009, 08:00:02 AM
I don't know who is doing this but these criminals should be publicly hanged. Look at these be namoosan who do these things to innocent civilians. They have destroyed the lives of these girls who are disfigured and will probably never marry in their lives. I hope these criminals are burned alive for ruining the lives of innocent people.  :'(
5  Creative Zone / Picture Post / Re: Pictures of Tajik women who served as ''soldiers'' and police officiers on: May 16, 2009, 07:51:47 AM
Police officer

This woman is not Tajik but a pashtun from kandahar. Her name is Malalai. Below is a documentary about her. All these women are brave and deserve respect.

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6  General / General Discussion / Re: Somon Air - New Airline from Tajikistan on: May 16, 2009, 07:43:20 AM
Same as the Pashtuns in Afghanistan who profited from Non-Pashtuns the last 60 years, specially under your Talibani brothers, right?

This is off topic but still I will answer it. Yes, many leaders and traitors under the mask of pashtuns have done bad things and many Tajik and hazara leaders have supported their treachery in the name of Tajiks and hazaras. Both of these are theh same kind of animals and both deserve the worst. Their ethnicity doesn't matter but their treachery in the name of ethnicity certainly deserve harsh punishment.
What have the pashtuns gained from these leaders? The answer is nothing.
They have constantly sold us to the highest bidder. Taliban or those using the the name of Taliban have done nothing for us. They bomb the tombs of our Poets like Rahman Baba. These so called Taliban and people like hekmatyar and Rabbani talk about Ummah and islamic brotherhood when they are talking to their Arab masters but they bring in pashtun and Tajik crap when they talk to their own tribes. Taliban have used pashtun nationalism to recruit people from pashtun areas because not many pashtuns will be intrested if they were told they were fighting for arabs. Unfortunately most pashtuns are too uneducated and simple minded and fall for these traps.
Pashtuns today are suffering as much if not more than any other group in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Innocent people are dying because of bombings and their homes destroyed. They might deserve it but who am I to judge? I will leave that to Allah to judge them.
Most  of our leaders have been the worst of creatures on the face of the eart. I hope they burn in hell. Pashtuns and Tajiks should realize that these puppet leaders like Nader khan, Zahir Shah and karzai are their real enemies who only care about themselves and their family members. Those pashtuns who take pride in these leaders need to be educated because they have been brainwashed. Those Tajiks who believe, Pashtuns are their enemies need to be educated as well. Our common enemy is one and we must work together to defeat it. We can then decide what we want to call our country and where to draw borders.

Look what pashtuns have gained from the so called Taliban in this video. They have received nothing but  misery. Do these innocent people deserve to be bombed? Does his brother deserve to be killed just because they were a turban and are pashtun?

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7  General / General Discussion / Re: Afghanistan's unloved cricketers on: May 16, 2009, 07:23:34 AM
I certainly love them and cheer for them.  :-*
I undrestand cricket and often watch,play with friends. There are mainly pashtuns in the team because most pashtuns went to tribal areas of pakistan as refugees during the war and cricket is very popular there so they picked up cricket. Many hazaras are good at football and many of them learned it in Iran where they went as refugees. If cricket becomes more popular in the whole of Afghanistan we will have more Tajiks, hazaras, uzbeks and others in the team hopefully. The main center of Afghan cricket is in Kabul so it is certainly open to every one. The main reason I think why Afghans don't cheer for the team is because cricket is not popular in Afghanistan, even volleyball is more popular there.
8  Entertainment / Chit Chat and Hangout / Re: What are you listening now? on: May 16, 2009, 07:15:10 AM
Pink Floyd is cool.

I am listening to Thom Yorke's 'Black Swan' atm...

Never heard of them, but nice beat
9  Entertainment / Chit Chat and Hangout / Re: What are you listening now? on: May 16, 2009, 07:07:57 AM
I am at work right now and listening to my nosy boss.  I bet you guys envey me.

haha nice one
10  General / General Discussion / Re: My Respectful Critique of the Khorasanni Movement on: May 16, 2009, 07:06:17 AM
Dear Admin
Please do not ban anybody as this will harm freedom of speech and everyone should be allowed to speak their mind. If a member is violating forum rules then you can either delete their posts or give them temporary ban like one day or one week. But I don't agree with permenant bans which are very severe.
A reminder to posters to stay on topic is also another good measure.
This forum has great members and excellent posters. It is always a pleasure to come here and learn something new and useful. I hope it stays this way and improves.
11  Entertainment / Jokistan / Nice to Seeee youuuu on: May 08, 2009, 07:21:09 AM
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12  Entertainment / Chit Chat and Hangout / Re: What are you listening now? on: May 08, 2009, 07:00:41 AM
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Listen to the lyrics, its beautiful.

So, so you think you can tell Heaven from Hell,
blue skies from pain.
Can you tell a green field from a cold steel rail?
A smile from a veil?
Do you think you can tell?
And did they get you to trade your heroes for ghosts?
Hot ashes for trees?
Hot air for a cool breeze?
Cold comfort for change?
And did you exchange a walk on part in the war for a lead role in a cage?
How I wish, how I wish you were here.
We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl, year after year,
Running over the same old ground.
What have you found? The same old fears.
Wish you were here.
13  Entertainment / Chit Chat and Hangout / Re: Presentation of Countries on: May 08, 2009, 06:57:43 AM
I love everything about Turkey. I will visit next summer hopefully.

Meanwhile I while post a beautiful video about Malaysia.

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14  Entertainment / Music / Ajmal Omid Qataghani song on: May 08, 2009, 06:51:22 AM
I think he has a  good voice and the video and music is not bad either.

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15  Entertainment / Chit Chat and Hangout / Re: Why has this forum become so dull? on: May 08, 2009, 06:46:32 AM
yes I remember Pors and Nader Shah, both from the United States who were posting intresting stuff and always good members contributing something positve to the forum.

i remember a couple of active members at the beginning, one from Tajikistan and one from Iran who i suspect were dumped from here for some reasons. i also suspected at that time that many posts were constantly removed as so many people complained about that.

an internet forum should have minimal restrictions, maximum freedom of speech, inclusion of wide range of people with diverse ideology. the admins try to make this forum absolutely narrow-minded and very nationalistic. Some time you feel too much hatred toward other ethnic groups like Pashtuns or Uzbaks. I am sure this strategy is absolutely wrong.

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