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#181 [Permalink] Posted on 29th November 2013 23:17
Crossbay convenience store. Another hookah symbol
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#182 [Permalink] Posted on 29th November 2013 23:29
Brother, this is very normal.

You should see London, there all over the place and I seriously mean it, ALL OVER THE PLACE.

In the Arab areas, Turkish areas, Bengali areas, everywhere.
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#183 [Permalink] Posted on 29th November 2013 23:36


this shisha place opening more branches around uk...

Can you imagine people saying....lets go Jahannam
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#184 [Permalink] Posted on 29th November 2013 23:50
Is this for real? At first I laughed thinking it was a 'tweaked' photo but... is it for real? Talk about 'packaging' and 'marketing' I suppose the message reaches everyone, even those who don't speak Arabic which is terrible in and of itself!

La hawla wala quwwata illa billah

Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajioon

[on the lighter side... is that a jinn peddling by the shop of fire and smoke?]
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#185 [Permalink] Posted on 29th November 2013 23:54
Can you imagine - people who have only really encountered Arabic at this place... when they're asked what they think of when they think of Arabic? Jahannam :^-(
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#186 [Permalink] Posted on 30th November 2013 00:31
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I've actually seen this place, absolutely disgusted by it. The area is filled with Persians, Iranians, Arabs and Jamaicans.

This particular one is located on Harrow road, London. Not too far from Paddington. There are more like it.
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#187 [Permalink] Posted on 30th November 2013 12:30
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I didn't know that Bengalis were into hookah like the others you've mentioned. I only know them to be into paan. Maybe they're getting bored of paan or maybe hookah is becoming cheaper then paan now.
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#188 [Permalink] Posted on 30th November 2013 14:37
It's a fashion statement. The young generation from all races are into this filth.

I remember doing a thread something along the lines of "Latest fashion gone up in smoke"

It's a sad place where we live! (Dunya)
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#189 [Permalink] Posted on 8th December 2013 23:35
I saw this place while passing through Long Island . Majlis hookah lounge and "" halal restaurant. It's even advertised on their delivery van. I blocked out the eyes of a veiled woman that looked suductive on the van. It's a majlis alright, a majlis of non sense.
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#190 [Permalink] Posted on 9th December 2013 09:09
Jahannum looks more like a warning on a pack of cigarettes (cigarettes are injurious to health) it's a warning written on each pack in Pakistan atleast , similarly jahannum might be used as a reminder for the smokers
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#191 [Permalink] Posted on 9th December 2013 17:30
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do you think they went with the name jahannam because it's located opposite Behesht (heaven) Restaurant
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#192 [Permalink] Posted on 9th December 2013 19:52
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Bro,

Its the latest trend in universities. A lot of young Muslim boys (and girls) are smoking!
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#193 [Permalink] Posted on 6th January 2014 00:46
Quitting Smoking May Slash Risk Of Developing Cataracts, A Blindness-Causing Disease

By John Ericson | Jan 5, 2014


Want a better shot at keeping your eyesight in old age? Better quit smoking. In a new study from Orebro University Hospital in Sweden, researchers provide additional evidence that tobacco use increases the risk of developing blindness-causing eye disease. In addition, they show that kicking the habit may help offset this elevated risk.

Prevailing research suggests that smoking can significantly increase an individual's risk of developing cataracts -- a clouding of the eye's lens that can lead to blindness. However, few studies have examined whether smoking cessation is associated with a lowered risk. The current study, which is published inJAMA Ophthalmology, sought to investigate this by looking at data from the Cohort of Swedish Men, a national health survey including 44,371 men aged 45 to 79.

In this set, the team identified 5,713 cases of cataract extractions. By analyzing the self-reported smoking habits of these subjects, the team found a strong association between cigarette use and cataract incidence. For example, a habit of more than 15 cigarettes a day corresponded to a 42 percent increased risk of undergoing a cataract extraction.

Further analysis indicated that, over time, quitting smoking appeared to cut this elevated risk in half. About two decades after cessation, men with a mean smoking intensity of 15 cigarettes a day had only a 21 percent increased risk of cataract extraction compared to non-smokers. According to first author Birgitta EjdervikLindblad, the findings provide strong evidence that kicking the habit can initiate a slow but steady decline of this risk.

"Smoking cessation seems to decrease the risk of cataract extraction with time, although the risk persists for decades. The higher the intensity of smoking, the longer it takes for the increased risk to decline," the researchers wrote in their conclusion. "These findings emphasize the importance of early smoking cessation and preferably the avoidance of smoking.
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#194 [Permalink] Posted on 14th January 2014 21:41
These Maps Clearly Illustrate The Link Between Smoking And Cancer

LAUREN F FRIEDMAN

JAN. 13, 2014, 3:01 PM

The lifetime probability of being diagnosed with an invasive cancer is 44 percent for men and 38 percent for women. But not everyone is at equal risk.

If you have ever doubted the rock solid link between smoking and cancer - which has now been well-established for 50 years - take a look at these maps:



Courtesy The Advisory Board Company


More than a quarterof all cancer deaths in this country are due to lung cancer, andwhile cigarettes are not the only thingthat causes it, smoking is the number one risk factor.

"Lung cancer shows the largest geographic variation in cancer occurrence by far, reflecting the large historical and continuing differences in smoking prevalence among states," researchers noted in a recent report of the latest cancer statistics. In Kentucky, for example, where smoking is most prevalent, the rate of lung cancer is almost four times as high as it is in Utah, where smoking is least prevalent.

And it's not just lung cancer that contributes to the stark picture seen in these maps. "Smoking is most often associated with lung cancer, but it's also a risk factor for developing other types of cancers," researcher Lindsay Conway told Dan Diamond of The Advisory Board Company.

Still, it's important to keep in mind that people get cancer for a wide variety of reasons, many of which we still don't understand. The variation in cancer rates among states can also reflect poverty, environmental health,and different screening practices, which may lead to under- or over-reported rates of disease.
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#195 [Permalink] Posted on 15th January 2014 09:38
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