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Posted 25 July 2008 - 03:14 PM

I want to change my name to Mahasti. :)
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Posted 25 July 2008 - 04:37 PM

hahaha. Az mah asti, keh mekhahi name navi khodra "Mahasti" bekoni? :) How about "shabparak" (at least close to NightWish)?

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[QUOTE=NightWish;12310]I want to change my name to Mahasti. :) [/QUOTE]
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Posted 26 July 2008 - 11:06 AM

[quote=PORS;12315]hahaha. Az mah asti, keh mekhahi name navi khodra "Mahasti" bekoni? :) How about "shabparak" (at least close to NightWish)?

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Nightwish a metalband, as nothing to do with shabparak. Man metawanam khud ra beshtar az shabparak, Shabparast bekhanam. :)
& Mahasti, shayad az mah basham, shayad ham az ien zamin...
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Posted 27 July 2008 - 08:15 AM

lol; at least I tried to guess (about NightWish). Shayad name digare barae shoma gozarem, keh az meyane zamin o asman bashad? che goftid? :) Vale, Shabparast niz name khoshsada ast. Shabparak ham khobe. Shoma ki shabane az enja ba anja e tarnama hae interneti parvaz darid, pas mitavan goft, keh shoma beshtar shabparak hastid na shabparast. :D



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[QUOTE=NightWish;12345]Nightwish a metalband, as nothing to do with shabparak. Man metawanam khud ra beshtar az shabparak, Shabparast bekhanam. :)
& Mahasti, shayad az mah basham, shayad ham az ien zamin...[/QUOTE]
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Posted 27 July 2008 - 09:09 AM

[QUOTE=TajMahal;12261]Rika=King[/QUOTE]

No need to make him sad:(.
He is happy that Rika=Girl
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Posted 27 July 2008 - 09:10 AM

lol
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Posted 03 August 2008 - 01:02 AM

According to the Encyclopedia of Islam, the word Uzbek historically meant uncultured, nomadic, or rural peasants.

And these Uzbeks are proud to have a country called Uzbekistan (Land of Uzbeks)? :D


"Ozbek". Encyclopaedia of Islam (CD-ROM Edition v. 1.0). (1999). Leiden, The Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill NV.


I propose to these Uzbeks :D , that they change the name of that land back to Khwarizm.
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Posted 04 August 2008 - 01:24 AM

I had joined that forum about 3 years ago...i went on the once and never logged on again...theyre ridiculously religious....i made a thread saying "hi im new"...appologize for my english i dont speak uzbek that well...etc etc...my mom is half uzbek but i never grew up with her family for obvious reasons....anywho i explained myself

and people were responding to my thread like : Dont say "hi" in these forums....if you cant say assalamu aleykum dont bother...its not right etc etc...of course it was in uzbek ...

And then a lot of guys had a lot to say to the girls and most of it wasnt nice....an uzbek girl messaged me (that lives close to me in the us)...and said to be really careful in those forums they tend to get nasty....
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Posted 04 August 2008 - 06:49 AM

[QUOTE=SETAREH;12813]I had joined that forum about 3 years ago...i went on the once and never logged on again...theyre ridiculously religious....i made a thread saying "hi im new"...appologize for my english i dont speak uzbek that well...etc etc...my mom is half uzbek but i never grew up with her family for obvious reasons....anywho i explained myself

and people were responding to my thread like : Dont say "hi" in these forums....if you cant say assalamu aleykum dont bother...its not right etc etc...of course it was in uzbek ...

And then a lot of guys had a lot to say to the girls and most of it wasnt nice....an uzbek girl messaged me (that lives close to me in the us)...and said to be really careful in those forums they tend to get nasty....[/QUOTE]

Dear Setareh,

I just finished reading all the posts of this thread and I wanted to pause here to type a few words by way of explaining, if I can, the reason for Uzbeks to criticize your greetings. There is absolutely nothing wrong with saying "hi".

Uzbek nationalism, like Afghan/Pashton nationalism, sees in Islam, and not in Uzbek language and traditional culture, that mobolizing and unifying force which could perhaps one day dominate the region. To revive the Timurid empire in Uzbekistan, today Islam alone can serve as a great political tool. Pashtons cling to Islam and to Islam alone as a unifying political force to appeal to and sabdue Tajiks and others in Afghanistan. Their languages lack the emperial lingua franca and civilizational base that Farsi provides. It's this commonality and the shared envy and hatred of Farsi that has brought Islamist Uzbeks and Pashtons together in NWFP of Pakistan.

Islam, however, is only an ideological springboard for these Islamist groups to arrive at political power. Once in power, Islam will be abandoned again, as their history has repeatedly shown, and their rulers will turn arbitrary and embark on pillaging, hoarding, excessively drinking and mating.

So, never mind their Islamic advice or anger because it is not for God. it is only for goods. ;)
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Posted 04 August 2008 - 09:23 AM

Administrator of www.forum.arbuz.com is the guy from Tajikistan (half Tajik and half Uzbek). He has finished turkish liceum in Dushanbe and studied in Turkey. It is a pity, that when participants at this forum humiliate Tajiks, this halftajik is silent. This site a chauvinistic uzbek site. There are a lot of panturkists from Turkey which do not consider nonturks as people. And admin-halftajik let them humiliate his own Tajik mother. It is a pity, that a Tajik mother has given birth such "Tajik" son.
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Posted 04 August 2008 - 09:38 PM

Do you know their administrator's nick?

[QUOTE=Afrasiab;12823]Administrator of www.forum.arbuz.com is the guy from Tajikistan (half Tajik and half Uzbek). He has finished turkish liceum in Dushanbe and studied in Turkey. It is a pity, that when participants at this forum humiliate Tajiks, this halftajik is silent. This site a chauvinistic uzbek site. There are a lot of panturkists from Turkey which do not consider nonturks as people. And admin-halftajik let them humiliate his own Tajik mother. It is a pity, that a Tajik mother has given birth such "Tajik" son.[/QUOTE]
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Posted 05 August 2008 - 04:10 AM

[QUOTE=Kambiz;12848]Do you know their administrator's nick?[/QUOTE]

I think, his nick is Megaz. But I don't remember his name.
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Posted 07 August 2008 - 06:01 AM

Afrasiab-jan, do you know him personally? That way it would be easier way to contact him.

[QUOTE=Afrasiab;12875]I think, his nick is Megaz. But I don't remember his name.[/QUOTE]
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Posted 13 August 2008 - 12:23 PM

[QUOTE=Afrasiab;12823]Administrator of www.forum.arbuz.com is the guy from Tajikistan (half Tajik and half Uzbek). He has finished turkish liceum in Dushanbe and studied in Turkey. It is a pity, that when participants at this forum humiliate Tajiks, this halftajik is silent. This site a chauvinistic uzbek site. There are a lot of panturkists from Turkey which do not consider nonturks as people. And admin-halftajik let them humiliate his own Tajik mother. It is a pity, that a Tajik mother has given birth such "Tajik" son.[/QUOTE]

He is fooling you. Alot of Uzbeks claim of beeing Tajik origine (''mother-side''). I also know one of these pork-eating ching-chang-chong Mongols from Braunschweig. They say it so, but however, its a lie. Ethnic Uzbeks are against Tajiks. Same as some Pashtuns distributing themself as Tajiks or Hazara to win the attention of them and move them on theirs site only to make them back to Pashtuns/Afghan.
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Posted 13 August 2008 - 01:39 PM

Pors jan, I don't know him personally. I read about him in his personal site, when I was looking for information about turkish liceum.
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Posted 13 August 2008 - 01:43 PM

Dorud Afrasiab-jan,

Thank you for your post. What is his personal site, then? :) Thanks in advance.



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[quote=Afrasiab;13301]Pors jan, I don't know him personally. I read about him in his personal site, when I was looking for information about turkish liceum.[/quote]
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Posted 13 August 2008 - 01:52 PM

[QUOTE=Afrasiab;12875]I think, his nick is Megaz. But I don't remember his name.[/QUOTE]

Megaz=Fly? :D :D Magazkosh koja ast? :D :D
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Posted 13 August 2008 - 01:58 PM

[QUOTE=PORS;13302]Dorud Afrasiab-jan,

Thank you for your post. What is his personal site, then? :) Thanks in advance.



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It's his personal site: http://megaz.arbuz.com/
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Posted 13 August 2008 - 09:23 PM

He might be an ethnic Uzbek born in Dushanbe. He moved to Uzbekistan in the early 1990s. We'll see if he get backs to our inquiry.
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Posted 16 August 2008 - 01:51 PM

[QUOTE=Kambiz;13325]He might be an ethnic Uzbek born in Dushanbe. He's moved to Uzbekistan in the early 1990s. We'll see if he get backs to our inquiry.[/QUOTE]

How can he be an ethnic mongol Uzbak when he is looking like a Tajik?
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