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1  General / Geopolitical Studies and News / Barak Obama, Bush and Chaney are related with eachother? on: August 06, 2009, 01:04:51 PM

What´s going on on earth? Does it mean that the world is ruled by one single family?


I´d suggest to visit the uploader´s profile and take a look from Video 1 to the last video to understand about what it is. Than, you can also take a look on the German videos which have just a German subtitle but is kept in English...very good videos!!

Now it makes also a sense why Pashtuns like the semit Mohammadzai were backed by the British Empire...the descandats of Pharaos and why Karzai became president and fortunatly, he was close to Bush and his government. He was working directly under

2  General / General Discussion / Re: A small mathmatical problem. on: August 03, 2009, 06:05:07 AM
Have you also the answer of it? Without adding new numbers you can´t work with it. Maybe if you use algorithm but it´s difficult.


You dont have to go that high, the logarithm is not needed to solve it.  if you want to use logaritm you need to have the table, if you go that way it will be a bit complicated.

Is it allowed to use exponentiation? I ask you because It´s not really adding new numbers but somehow it is...for ex. 4*3=64. 3 is here the exponent. Have you already solved it?
3  General / General Discussion / Re: A small mathematical problem. on: August 02, 2009, 03:40:11 PM
Have you also the answer of it? Without adding new numbers you can´t work with it. Maybe if you use algorithm but it´s difficult.


4  General / Theology, Philosophy and Science / Did Al-Biruni discover evolution by natural selection 800 years before Darwin? on: August 02, 2009, 03:12:38 PM
5  General / Tajik History, Culture and Civilization / Re: Habibullah Khan Kalakani, the last Khorasanian-Tajik King on: August 01, 2009, 03:10:41 PM
read it
6  General / Tajik History, Culture and Civilization / 100 greatest Tajik/Persian Heroes on: August 01, 2009, 01:36:29 PM
Let´s count here the first 100 Tajik/Persian heroes...important is you count them because of their fights against Arabism, Pashtunism, Turkism and all the points that are still not related with us in no-way.

1. Abu Muslim
2. Babak Khoramdin
3. Rustam Farokhzad
4. Habibullah Kalakani
5. Saman Khoda
6. Kanishka
7. Kudjula Kadphises
8. Sinbad
9. Nizam-al-Mulk
10. Yakob bin Laith Az-Safar
11. Khedar b. Kavus
12. Abbas Merghusi
13. Firdowsi
14. Mahmud Ghaznavi
15.  Ghiyatthuddin Muhammad
16. Mu?ammad Shahabuddin Ghuri (also known as Sam)

Fill the table
7  General / General Discussion / Marrying your cousin/e on: July 21, 2009, 03:36:42 PM
Hello guys,

I was discussing with a friend about marrying with your relatives, i.e. cousin/e and about it´s pros and contras. Maybe you also have had a thought about it. What is your view about that issue? In some countries, specially in Near East, South-East Asia and Anatolia, it´s a deep part of their traditions while in Europe it is not welcomed because of the fear of doing inbreeding or of physical disability. Marrying your cousin/e is not forbidden in the western world but it is also not acceptet. It´s also a common thing in Afghanistan, Iran and other Central Asian states. What´s your point about it?
8  General / General Discussion / Re: Two Rokhshanas and Khar Khalqis on: July 05, 2009, 07:35:38 AM
Mermun was a Pashtun?  ??? Who is the second ''Rokhshana''?
9  General / Geopolitical Studies and News / Karzai-Taliban-Al-Qaida-Arab-Hekmatyar-brothership on: July 05, 2009, 06:22:32 AM
10  General / General Discussion / Help Stop the Slaughter of Iranian Freedom Seekers on: July 05, 2009, 04:43:34 AM

share it with other brothers
11  General / Tajik History, Culture and Civilization / Re: He would have found bin Laden on: July 05, 2009, 02:50:37 AM
Thank you for the video, Khurasani brother.
12  Entertainment / Chit Chat and Hangout / Re: Etymology of words on: July 05, 2009, 02:47:35 AM
We should adopt the attitude that every day is a day for learning and it continues until we're six feet under. Every day is an education.

Nice and wise words  :D
13  Tajikam Community / Questions & Assistance / Learn Persian on Tajikam on: June 27, 2009, 03:45:27 AM
Dear admins,

I have a very good idea how we can win more masses for our forum and at the same time getting a strong ''virtual'' community. You just need to create another rubric, directly under Literature and Art in the Creative Zone, with the title ''Learn Persian on Tajikam''. I have some very good books that I can scan and add them here or comprimize it to a Pdf-file so we can share it with those who are interested into understanding our language. I also have some extra books about the Perso-Arabic script and the pronounciation of the words. Let me know if you like this idea.
14  Tajikam Community / Questions & Assistance / Re: All the buttons do not work on: June 27, 2009, 03:41:44 AM
Unfortunately, none of the buttons work (in some rubrics like in general discussions).
15  Entertainment / Chit Chat and Hangout / Re: Ман зевони Тоҷикиро меомӯзам. on: June 27, 2009, 03:40:40 AM
Welcome to the forum Kalpesa brother. We all welcoming you as our own blood and a member of our great family. Feel yourself among your own. Where are you currently live? If you live in America it should be easy for you to find some schools for Persian language, otherwise there are many books for those who wants to learn Farsi (from grade 1-13).
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