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#421 [Permalink] Posted on 15th May 2015 19:15
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A sigh of relief :) inshaAllah one day he will see the other thread too. No Smoking
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#422 [Permalink] Posted on 28th September 2015 22:39
An Arab client of ours (estate agent)
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#423 [Permalink] Posted on 28th September 2015 23:11
Google think they have their eyes on us, well Google, we have our eyes on you :)

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#424 [Permalink] Posted on 4th October 2015 00:58
My brother had a little get together and we just couldn't think of what to take for the new baby.

So my wife found something on YouTube and we then tried our best to do something similar.

It was the first time we did something like that, and for me it was my first real work of art :)









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#425 [Permalink] Posted on 4th November 2015 13:27
Astagfirullah!

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#426 [Permalink] Posted on 21st January 2016 11:57
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I found this cat in Hira cave ,
It was so amazing & it didn't moved at all even many person came & went .






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#427 [Permalink] Posted on 21st January 2016 12:27
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If you are young & have plan to visit makkah,
Please visit this place, the feeling is so amazing,
try to visit after maghreb ,there will be no much crowd.
I don't know from where the fragrance come there .



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#428 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd October 2017 19:36

Can you guys see the picture?

Strange salah times but they are in fact correct. Anyone able to answer why timings are a bit weird and which part of world it is from. 

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#429 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd October 2017 12:02
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POLAR REGIONسبحان الله
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#430 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd October 2017 12:38
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Nope, far from it. I remember seeing the timetable so took a picture and was like what kind of timetable this masjid follows. Asked one of the locals and it kinda makes sense, well sort of!
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#431 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd October 2017 12:54

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Sign is in Swahili

  1. Fajar is X
  2. Zohar is 7:55 minutes later
  3. Asar is 4 hours later
  4. Maghrib is 2 Hours 38 minutes later
  5. Esha ss 1 Hour and 22 minutes later

These times are consistent and fine and not from North Pole, based on differences between Asar/Maghrib and Esha this may be (South Asia) or Africa.

The only speculation is that the times are not displayed in (local) time zone or some other timezone and they must have a reason for it.

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#432 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd October 2017 22:04
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MashaAllah... Yes the sign is in Swahili.

You guessed correctly that it is Africa. It is Dar es Salam in Tanzania.

Just incorrect with the times. Just had six hours to each salah and the salah times will look [I]normal It's basically Swahili time which consists of 12 hours in a day and not 24.

A more detailed explanation is provided below:

'When I heard that there was something called Swahili time, I figured it was something akin to culturally accepted tardiness, such as being “fashionably late” in America. Swahili time is actually a completely different way of reading the clock. Since the country is located so close to the equator (Dar es Salaam’s latitude is mere degrees south of the equator… Chicago is 44 degrees north), there is just about equivalent amounts of daylight and darkness year round. The sun typically rises around 6 AM and sets around 6 PM. Therefore, a Tanzanian tells time by counting the twelve hours of light and the twelve hours of darkness.

The first hour of light (what should be 7 AM) is called one o’clock (“saa moja” where moja = one in Swahili). The fifth hour of light (11 AM) is called 5 o’clock (“saa tano” where tano = five in Swahili). The first hour of darkness (7 PM) is also called one o’clock. You get the idea? Follow my Tuesday in pictures to see if you understand the time system. Honestly, it was definitely an odd adjustment to make at the beginning. It would be easier in a sense if they set their clocks to coincide with the words coming out of their mouths, but all the clocks are set on Western time, yet read aloud in Swahili time in Swahili. That means that I’ll look at a clock which clearly has the hour hand pointed at the 8 and the minute hand pointed at the 12, but when a Tanzanian reads that, he or she will say that it is 2 o’clock instead of 8 o’clock.'

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#433 [Permalink] Posted on 24th October 2017 17:16

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Thats what I was saying some other timezone (i.e.) something not standard

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#434 [Permalink] Posted on 13th November 2017 17:23
Severely overpriced?

This phone is on sale in a second hand shop (Computer EXchange), selling for £175 more than a brand new one from Apple!

Same phone, same spec with 2 years warranty is cheaper at stores like John Lewis (Apple only give one years warranty)

Why? Because iPhone fans can't wait a few weeks to get their wallets emptied. They want it now!

IPhone X 64gb normally sells at £999 sim free. Second hand - £1175

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