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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Mohsen » Fri Sep 27, 2019 2:55 pm

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I think the three of you, Taravat, Mehdi, and Mohsen, are from the same very country, Iran, because there is no other place in the world known as Persia in the good old days, perhaps you three are relatives to each other or members of the same family living under the same roof, haha, the sitcom is quite fun, at least I like it.

Recently I heard the news that the US has made troubles with your dear land, and Iranian people are brave people in the region fearing nobody, the Islamic revolutionary guards are one of the best armed forces worldwide that can annilate any intruders. Peace is what we want but no war, so let us pray to have a peace time for ever.
Hello Sitcom,
What is going in Vietnam , Is it raining in Hanoi.

I like the scenes of humor. you suppose that we are relative and one family living under the same roof .
Iran defense from his land against any kind of aggression , it is not important who is it ,USA or its relatives like Saudi
You read the news how the Iran shot down the USA RQ-4 drone , the most progressed drone , when it came to Iran sky

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Sino-Iranian Friendship Evergreen

Post by SitangCampus » Sat Sep 28, 2019 2:11 am

OK, my Iranian friends, don't take offense. Chinese people are always behind you when it comes to fighting the US (or other) aggressors.

I learn that now Iranian government has agreed to give free entry visa to Chinese tourists, without putting on any seal on the passport for fear that the said visitor will not be allowed to enter the US next time when he travels there. You know that under the ruling of that crazy Trump even personal computers have to be searched on the airport and social media accounts checked to see whether it contains any bad things against the great nation of the US. The upcoming Oct 1 to 7 will be the national holiday for 1.4 billion Chinese people, so you could expect a lot of them in your country looking around here and there.

But now things become backfired our dear Donald Duck Trump is under impeachment by his staff offering phone call record with Ukrainian president to Democrats. A man who plays with fire will be burnt in the end. When you ask foreign power to investigate the son of a Biden, you should take care that others will investigate your Ivanka the million dollar babe too.

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Re: Sino-Iranian Friendship Evergreen

Post by Mohsen » Sat Sep 28, 2019 3:40 am

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Sat Sep 28, 2019 2:11 am
OK, my Iranian friends, don't take offense. Chinese people are always behind you when it comes to fighting the US (or other) aggressors.

I learn that now Iranian government has agreed to give free entry visa to Chinese tourists, without putting on any seal on the passport for fear that the said visitor will not be allowed to enter the US next time when he travels there. You know that under the ruling of that crazy Trump even personal computers have to be searched on the airport and social media accounts checked to see whether it contains any bad things against the great nation of the US. The upcoming Oct 1 to 7 will be the national holiday for 1.4 billion Chinese people, so you could expect a lot of them in your country looking around here and there.

But now things become backfired our dear Donald Duck Trump is under impeachment by his staff offering phone call record with Ukrainian president to Democrats. A man who plays with fire will be burnt in the end. When you ask foreign power to investigate the son of a Biden, you should take care that others will investigate your Ivanka the million dollar babe too.
hi Tang,
it seems that you study politic at university , specially focus on USA news , you know about Trump's impeachment ,his baby Ivanka and joe Biden..., do you know about Boris Johnson's impeachment, the UK 'prime minster :lol: :lol: :lol:
we have a proverb in Iran which say , when it get fire , wet and dried things fire together ..wet means innocent people and dried means the guiltiest.

that is good for you , you have free entry visa , why you don't come to visit Iran?
In October 1 million Iranian travel to Iraq , it is a religious ceremony , it is called Arbaeen, they join to people of Iraq , walking from the city of Najaf to Karbala , it is about 80 Km , also many people from other countries join to this religious walking , people from America ,Europe , Africa , Asia
About 20 million people take part in Arbaeen walk every year , this is the biggest walking in the world , but it is under censorship of world s' press , so many people in the world don't know about it

Which city do you live in China , I visited Ningbo last year

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by SitangCampus » Sat Sep 28, 2019 8:18 am

Oh, it is nice to see your reply. Yes, you are right, we don't even have any slight idea of the walking you mentioned. But I believe Iraq and Iran have been warring rivals for so many years and just wonder how they can stay with each other peacefully (Well, perhaps you may tell me Muslims under the sky are friends or brothers, but considering you fought each other like god and demon, sometimes this is a hard question to many of us outsiders.)

A while back I worked in another Muslim country Bangladesh where there was short of bitumen supply that was needed for road construction, so we imported through the local refinery a large quantity of Iranian oil products for our project there, and that was the first direct tie we had with your great country.

A student of graduate level now, I live in Nanning, in the south of China, very far away from Ningbo, which is located in the east. As you know, China is so big that there are many places that I haven't been to. Ningbo is a port city with thriving business, but that is what I hear because I have never been there either, perhaps you can share with me and other forum users your photos or personal experience there

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Mohsen » Sat Sep 28, 2019 1:34 pm

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Welcome StingCampus...How about this scenario? Taravat, Mehdiii, and Mohsen are a single identity.
I used a fake e-mail to make a fake account and log in here with a fake username. Mysterious, huh? Meanwhile, Mr. Joe already Knows my password too... Now, he can make entries in the place of mine too. We are all a group of rotating cannibals who try to show up in disguise.
I'm just being silly... Don't take me seriously.


Hello dear Taravat ,
I am not among the rotating cannibals group , in fact I don't know what is it? explain it maybe i will be a member.

I don't like Ghormeh sabzi and Nokhodab , my favorite food is Pizza ,don't you like it ?

Today morning my friend took me to cinema , to watch a movie named Rade khoon ( blood trace) , I enjoyed watching it , it was about the time when the Iraq imposed war was finished , a few days after the resolution of peace between Iraq and and Iran was passed in UN , the terrorist group of MKO ( Monafeghin) which had established a big military base in Iraq land ( Ashraf base) with support of USA and Europe, attacked Iran from the west frontier of sar pol zahab , they could captured several cities and village and killed a lot of citizen ,children and fired hospital , but when their forces arrived in the Charzir strait , they were completely routed by Iran military , and thousand of them were killed and captured , they were supposed to arrived in Tehran in one week :lol: :lol: :lol:
It was the summery , but movie had more side adventures

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Mohsen » Sun Sep 29, 2019 8:45 am

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Sat Sep 28, 2019 8:18 am
Oh, it is nice to see your reply. Yes, you are right, we don't even have any slight idea of the walking you mentioned. But I believe Iraq and Iran have been warring rivals for so many years and just wonder how they can stay with each other peacefully (Well, perhaps you may tell me Muslims under the sky are friends or brothers, but considering you fought each other like god and demon, sometimes this is a hard question to many of us outsiders.)

A while back I worked in another Muslim country Bangladesh where there was short of bitumen supply that was needed for road construction, so we imported through the local refinery a large quantity of Iranian oil products for our project there, and that was the first direct tie we had with your great country.

A student of graduate level now, I live in Nanning, in the south of China, very far away from Ningbo, which is located in the east. As you know, China is so big that there are many places that I haven't been to. Ningbo is a port city with thriving business, but that is what I hear because I have never been there either, perhaps you can share with me and other forum users your photos or personal experience there
Ni ha Sitang
Hope everything goes well for you , about the Arbaeen walking , I explain more later

About relation of Iran -Iraq relation , i send you some points to you , may it help you to find the answer of your question

at the time of Sadam Hussien , the demised president of Iraq ,he attacked Iran and started the war , Sadam Hussien was a despotic president , so many people of Iraq were not agree to fight against Iran , Sadam sent people to frontier by force . also Sadam killed many of Iraqi people , he was crazy , he attacked with chemical weapons to one of Iraq city ( Halabja) killed 5000 people most civilian,10000 people injoured , the chemical weapons which was sold by Germany to Iraq.

If I want to explain why Sadam attacked Iran , it will be a long story , but in a not shell , Sadam was supported by USA and many European government during the war , his mission was to overthrow the IRan Islamic revolution.

Sadam Hussien was not supported by most people of Iraq , so when the war finished and Sadam died , people of Iraq were happy , and Iran and Iraq started their friendly relations, and Iran helped Iraq in many aspects.
Specially when the ISIS attacked Iraq , ISIS captured many areas in Iraq ,so Iran sent his troops to Iraq to fight against ISIS , although ISIS was supported by USA in all military operation , but Iran could defeated ISIS and killed many of them in Iraq , some of them run away , or were taken to Afghanestan by USA to keep them for future war, now the ISIS has not any power in Iraq.


it is enough for now , I have some work to do :-( :-( :-(

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beautiful city

Post by Mohsen » Sun Sep 29, 2019 2:37 pm

A student of graduate level now, I live in Nanning, in the south of China, very far away from Ningbo, which is located in the east. As you know, China is so big that there are many places that I haven't been to. Ningbo is a port city with thriving business, but that is what I hear because I have never been there either, perhaps you can share with me and other forum users your photos or personal experience there

Yes , Ningbo is beautiful city , but we had not enough time to visit the city , just a some companies with business talks.

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are you in Jail

Post by Mohsen » Mon Sep 30, 2019 7:42 am

I think Taravat and Mahdi are confined in jail

please send Zorro a note , to take his action
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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Mohsen » Mon Sep 30, 2019 8:01 am

SitangCampus wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 8:18 am
Oh, it is nice to see your reply. Yes, you are right, we don't even have any slight idea of the walking you mentioned.
I send you more information and pictures about Arbaeen .
Arbaeen is a holy day for Muslim people , particularly Shia sector .
About 10 day before Arbaeen day people gather in one city of Iraq ( Najaf) , then they walk from Najaf to another city of Iraq ( Karbala.
many people from Iran and other countries took part in this ceremony .

Iranian goes to Iraq through several border's entrance . many Iranian goes by bus or plane and some of them by private cars , They park the cars behind the border , and enter the Iraq , then , they get on a bus ,and will go to Najaf

This is the picture of one of the parking behind the border


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This is the road between Najaf and Karbala , about 80 Km full of people who are walking
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Re: are you in Jail

Post by Mehdiii » Mon Sep 30, 2019 5:32 pm

Mohsen wrote:
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I think Taravat and Mahdi are confined in jail

please send Zorro a note , to take his action
No...We arent in jail... Don't spread rumors please. We are busy. That's it.

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Re: are you in Jail

Post by Mohsen » Mon Sep 30, 2019 5:58 pm

Mehdiii wrote:
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Mohsen wrote:
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I think Taravat and Mahdi are confined in jail

please send Zorro a note , to take his action
No...We arent in jail... Don't spread rumors please. We are busy. That's it.
Poor Mohsen is always jobless , I like to be busy , sometimes I pour the water in the mortar and hit it by pestle

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we are as sick as our secrets.

Post by Taravat » Sat Oct 12, 2019 7:07 pm

we are as sick as our secrets. What a concept!
Whats your idea about it? Ill discuss my thoughts on this topic soon.
Stay tuned! (;

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Re: we are as sick as our secrets.

Post by Mohsen » Mon Oct 21, 2019 4:16 pm

Taravat wrote:
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we are as sick as our secrets. What a concept!
Whats your idea about it? Ill discuss my thoughts on this topic soon.
Stay tuned! (;
Hello Taravat , nice to write about your topic
some people can't keep their secrets and the reveal their secrets soon , these people are not normal ,because if they don't speak ,they will be ill with croup. so as they can't keep their secrets and reveal it soon , no body can trust them because of their sickness.



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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Taravat » Tue Oct 22, 2019 5:33 pm

Hi Mohsen
Welcome back. May Allah accept your pilgrimage.  Write more about it.
 Well... As to the topic '' We are as sick as our secrets.'', you have explained your opinions pretty well. Thank you very much.
I looked at this topic from a different angle. In my humble opinion, the sentence says that keeping secrets might be unhealthy sometimes. What secrets? A good question. I dont mean we reveal our personal information and secrets.
Im talking about wrongdoing and everything makes us feel bad afterwards. Lemme give an example to make it clear. Suppose Im a doctor. I inject a wrong medication to a poor patient and she dies. Nobody is around, and I keep it secret. I made a wrongdoing and kept it secret. Right? The secret will be like a burden which is with me all the time and I carry it around. I'd feel bad even if I got used to that. In other words, the negative feeling will always be with me.
This could be the case in every other situation such as cheating, faking, pretending, etc. Also, people who dont pretend and show their real and genuine personality traits are healthier.
Whats your idea? Do you agree with me?
By the way, I guess some people are talkative because their are lonely. Any idea?

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Mohsen » Wed Oct 23, 2019 5:08 pm

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Hi Mohsen
Welcome back. May Allah accept your pilgrimage.  Write more about it.
 Well... As to the topic '' We are as sick as our secrets.'', you have explained your opinions pretty well. Thank you very much.
I looked at this topic from a different angle. In my humble opinion, the sentence says that keeping secrets might be unhealthy sometimes. What secrets? A good question. I dont mean we reveal our personal information and secrets.
Im talking about wrongdoing and everything makes us feel bad afterwards. Lemme give an example to make it clear. Suppose Im a doctor. I inject a wrong medication to a poor patient and she dies. Nobody is around, and I keep it secret. I made a wrongdoing and kept it secret. Right? The secret will be like a burden which is with me all the time and I carry it around. I'd feel bad even if I got used to that. In other words, the negative feeling will always be with me.
This could be the case in every other situation such as cheating, faking, pretending, etc. Also, people who dont pretend and show their real and genuine personality traits are healthier.
Whats your idea? Do you agree with me?
By the way, I guess some people are talkative because their are lonely. Any idea?
thank you dear friend , I visited 6 Imam holy shrine plus Imam Hussein 's brother majesty Abulfazal.
I had a kind of feeling that I was beside the kindness people in the world , and that was my chance to be there once more , during the travel I met many people , every night I slept beside a persons from another city , one night I slept and hug a clergyman from Gorgan , one night a fisherman from Mazandaran , one night a national athlete from Karaj ,one night a young boy from Narmak, one night a teacher from Oromieh, and the nights which I slept beside people of Iraq , an engineer of communication from Najaf , one night in Karbala I was in a Iraqi 's lounge, first we made prayer and we were received with dinner, then a clergy man gave speech in Arabic ,although I didn't understand Arabic ,but I got what he was telling , he was Ayatollah Sistani representative .
In the road of Samera ,we were laughing a lot , because there are many Army stations to check the people . In one station they asked one of my friend to get off the bus, the Araqi soldier said that he is Askari , and we laughed at the soldier and said , no he is Akbari, Askari in Arabic mean military , my friend wore a military pants , and he was asked to change his pants, hereafter we called him Mr. Askari pants.

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Taravat » Wed Oct 23, 2019 5:48 pm

Sounds like more of an adventurous journey than a religious pilgrimage to me! You know whats interesting?! Most pilgrims talk about the accommodations, foods, etc when they get back from this holy pilgrimage. I would like to read more about the spiritual aspects of visiting our Imams' holy shrines. Is it equal to the feeling we experience when we visit our Imam Reza ( PBUH)? If not, why?
By the way, this pilgrimage has brought us some bad news too. A staff in my workplace lost her husband. He was on duty there as a police officer. I'm too upset about it. May Allah rest his soul in peace and bestow his peace on his loved ones.

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Mohsen » Fri Oct 25, 2019 4:08 am

Taravat wrote:
Wed Oct 23, 2019 5:48 pm
Sounds like more of an adventurous journey than a religious pilgrimage to me! You know whats interesting?! Most pilgrims talk about the accommodations, foods, etc when they get back from this holy pilgrimage. I would like to read more about the spiritual aspects of visiting our Imams' holy shrines. Is it equal to the feeling we experience when we visit our Imam Reza ( PBUH)? If not, why?
By the way, this pilgrimage has brought us some bad news too. A staff in my workplace lost her husband. He was on duty there as a police officer. I'm too upset about it. May Allah rest his soul in peace and bestow his peace on his loved ones.
This is similar to fast month of Ramadan , people talk about foods , because the pilgrims walks too much ,they talk about food , that is important how to feed . Arbaeen Walk is more political movement ,not a spiritual , that is like the day of Ghods ,this a biggest demonstration to show the Imam Mahdi supporters , many people don't visit the holy shrines in Arbaeen walk , they just send a hello to Imam from distance when the see the golden dome and come back, it shows the unity of Shia , the motto is the love of Hussein gather us together. also the unity of Iraq and Iran which is very harmful for enemies , they always try to make disagreement between two nations, you saw that at the first days a bus of Iranian pilgrims was attacked by some hireling and some people were killed and some injured.
about the spiritual aspects of visiting our Imams' holy shrines , it depends to insight , wisdom , knowledge of people . when people say prayers how much they are near to Allah. ,it depends to how much they have knowledge and how much they love Allah . visiting the Imam's holy shrine is the same .Many people ask Imam to cover their demands , because we have a narration which say what ever demands you ask for under the Imam Hussein dome , it will be granted .
Sorry for that police man death , God bless him . Some people were killed during the travel to Iraq , I saw a bad car accident near the boarder on the way back to Iran , several people were killed, that is the driver who drive too fast and couldn't control the car. we have this kind of accident during the new year holiday.

Have you ever gone to Iraq ? how was your feeling?

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by SitangCampus » Fri Oct 25, 2019 2:16 pm

Note: two hours ago, after I finished the writing the reply and posted it the network had some unknown problems that made my efforts in vain, so I have to write it another time.

Hi, dear Iranian friends, whether you are the same family or an actor in three roles at the same time, I would say nice to meet you again.

Mr. Mohsen, when you tells us that you slept with many fellow travelers, it sounds like you are a king having too many concubines who offer best service to you, and it also reminds me of Chaucer’s “Canterbury Tales”, in which he also slept with many of his fellow pilgrims during their journey, but seen in the modern context, you might have been known as GAY.

On Oct 23, our host team Guangzhou Evergrande played against a Japanese club during their Asian Federation Championship, with an Iranian serving as a referee. But this guy strongly prejudiced against our team and favored much the Japs. He might be beat next time when he comes to China again, it is hard to say.

Chinese media for the first time told us that Iranian women fans are permitted into the stadium for watching football matches. I remember that it was back in 1990 during the Beijing Asian Games Iranian women shooters appeared in the field with black masks covering their faces, looking like professional killers.

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Mohsen » Fri Oct 25, 2019 4:57 pm

SitangCampus wrote:
Fri Oct 25, 2019 2:16 pm
Note: two hours ago, after I finished the writing the reply and posted it the network had some unknown problems that made my efforts in vain, so I have to write it another time.

Hi, dear Iranian friends, whether you are the same family or an actor in three roles at the same time, I would say nice to meet you again.

Mr. Mohsen, when you tells us that you slept with many fellow travelers, it sounds like you are a king having too many concubines who offer best service to you, and it also reminds me of Chaucer’s “Canterbury Tales”, in which he also slept with many of his fellow pilgrims during their journey, but seen in the modern context, you might have been known as GAY.

On Oct 23, our host team Guangzhou Evergrande played against a Japanese club during their Asian Federation Championship, with an Iranian serving as a referee. But this guy strongly prejudiced against our team and favored much the Japs. He might be beat next time when he comes to China again, it is hard to say.

Chinese media for the first time told us that Iranian women fans are permitted into the stadium for watching football matches. I remember that it was back in 1990 during the Beijing Asian Games Iranian women shooters appeared in the field with black masks covering their faces, looking like professional killers.
Hello Sitang,
first you should wash your mind ,there is a proverb which say Every madman thinks all other men mad. that is why you say I am actor in three roles ,maybe you make several fake names in the campus. :lol: :lol: :lol:

I don't know what has happened for you when you were sleeping in dormitory beside your friends ,maybe they misused you as a gay , so when you hear that a person slept beside other travelers ,you consider him as a gay , you remember your bitter memories .maybe you are actually a concubine following the Chaucer in real life. :-( :-( :-(

usually when a team is defeated the fans are going to find an excuse for their defeat , it is better to make your team more strong , not to accuse the Iranian referee.

your media have no news ,except that some women entered the stadium in Iran , what a important news
did your media tell you In Nonrthern Ireland, the UK Parliament will soon legalize same-sex marriage and abortion. Northern Ireland is the only part of the UK that does not allow same-sex marriage, and in 2019 human is allowed legally to do an action which animals don't do.

it is better you speak about problems of prisoners in China and how the government suppress the Muslim people in China , what is that your media don't dare to write about it


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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Taravat » Fri Oct 25, 2019 5:54 pm

Chill out guys. We are here to meet people from different countries, practice English with one another, and learn more about other nations and countries.
These controversial topics are pointless and get you nowhere. We should cherish and respect our differences in terms of beliefs, opinions, backgrounds, and whatnot. Lets enjoy our company here.

Mohsen, thanks for your detailed descriptions. Its a pity I havent crossed the borders of my country yet. One of my dreams is to travel to different spots on the globe.
Sitang, thanks for your reply. Im pleased to meet you too. Id like to learn more about your country. By the way next time you write here or there, save a copy of your written text on your computer. I bet you had it in your mind right after you lost your text.
Meanwhile, Im neither an actress nor I know Mohsen. We are not a single identity. I swear. I met him here and dunno much about him.

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by SitangCampus » Sun Oct 27, 2019 2:20 am

OK, it is simply spice added to our usual dull life, so don’t take it too seriously.

In sports games, we all know that fair play is necessary, otherwise it might be a gamble game that is controlled by factors outside the field, and that is the violation of sportsmanship. That Iranian guy who was appointed to work as a referee is notoriously unfair toward Chinese teams, either at club or national side level. Even judging from his performance of that very night you could easily tell he did not work properly. When a Chinese player collided with the Japanese goal keeper out of the restricted area and the former was hurt seriously with bleeding by the strong hit from the latter, the referee signaled that it was the Chinese player who fouled. During an attack, the Chinese striker was intercepted and hit on the throat by a Japanese defender, this Iranian referee only stopped the game and gave no yellow card. Then after a few minutes, in a struggle in the box, two Japanese players who failed to get the ball collided with each other and fell on the ground, the Chinese striker near them were judged foul and lost the chance of a goal.

Though China and Iran are in good relationship, Iranian football players are not so friendly as far as I remembered. During an international game (I am not sure whether it was a World Cup qualifier, an Asian Cup or an Asian Game match), an Iranian player, after passing all of the Chinese defenders and knowing nobody could save the goal, stood right before the goal and put the ball right there on the goal line, then kicked with his back heel the ball slowly and slightly into the net. That is a big humiliation to Chinese fans.

With regard to the killing of Muslims, since we do not have any legal access to world renowned resources, we can only follow the voice of our government. But nowadays those international agencies become unreliable any more, the recent case of 39 people found dead in a British truck revealed they were liars too. Those victims were claimed to be Chinese, but now it was revealed that they might be Vietnamese.

The price of pork is on the rise in China, and Muslims do not eat pork as far as I know, even in the crisis of Bosnia, many Muslims there rejected the pork sent to them to save their lives. I respect them in believing their religion, but I also think they might have been wiser because life is the most precious thing in the world, without which human being becomes nothing and useless.

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Mohsen » Tue Oct 29, 2019 4:20 pm

Taravat wrote:
Fri Oct 25, 2019 5:54 pm
Chill out guys. We are here to meet people from different countries, practice English with one another, and learn more about other nations and countries.
These controversial topics are pointless and get you nowhere. We should cherish and respect our differences in terms of beliefs, opinions, backgrounds, and whatnot. Lets enjoy our company here.

Mohsen, thanks for your detailed descriptions. Its a pity I havent crossed the borders of my country yet. One of my dreams is to travel to different spots on the globe.
Sitang, thanks for your reply. Im pleased to meet you too. Id like to learn more about your country. By the way next time you write here or there, save a copy of your written text on your computer. I bet you had it in your mind right after you lost your text.
Meanwhile, Im neither an actress nor I know Mohsen. We are not a single identity. I swear. I met him here and dunno much about him.
Hello dear Friend Taravat,
I hope you take a trip to Iraq to visit holy shrine of Imam Hussein and Imam Ali as soon as possible , In Iraq you don't feel that you are in another country , because we have the same religion , also our cultures are near together , what we read in the books about Kufa ,karbala , we will see there and touch it more
I don't know if you are single or got married , maybe you have children , and you had not opportunity to travel , but you should know that we have always a problem in our life , we should not postpone our program , because of problems,
Do you agree with me?

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Post by Taravat » Wed Oct 30, 2019 11:26 am

Hi Mohsen
As to your question about my personal info, I would like to leave your question unanswered. Im certain you are smart enough to guess. Isnt it exciting?
Well... Hopefully or sadly, Im a one-dimentional person. It means I mostly get focused on one task at the moment and can hardly multitask. Though, I do my best to do the jobs as perfect as I possibly can. Ive run into multiple problems due to this perfectionism and lost some opportunities. Im trying to be less strict and perfectionism though. Its not a good strategy in Iran. You know what I mean? Sure you do...We are living in the same country.

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Mohsen » Thu Oct 31, 2019 6:26 am

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Wed Oct 30, 2019 11:26 am
Hi Mohsen
As to your question about my personal info, I would like to leave your question unanswered. Im certain you are smart enough to guess. Isnt it exciting?
Well... Hopefully or sadly, Im a one-dimentional person. It means I mostly get focused on one task at the moment and can hardly multitask. Though, I do my best to do the jobs as perfect as I possibly can. Ive run into multiple problems due to this perfectionism and lost some opportunities. Im trying to be less strict and perfectionism though. Its not a good strategy in Iran. You know what I mean? Sure you do...We are living in the same country.

Dear Friend,

What is exciting , I don’t know what should I guess.
One dimensional is a general word , but generally one dimensional people become isolated , have less friends and boring , I have a friend , he got married two times ,and divorced two times ,because their wives couldn’t tolerate living with him, he limited his world with learning languages , when he came back to home , he was busy with watching movie with original language . How does a woman endure this kind of life?
Also I know a one dimensional woman who just interested in studying science ,education and university , her husband couldn’t continue living with her , although they had a nice children , he got divorced, , he get married with another woman and his nice girl is living with her foster mother.
Being perfectionism is good ,but it is opposite of one dimensional ,as a paradigm of perfectionism we consider Imam Ali . The kindest people with his family ,people and children , work hard in the field , the longest worship , in the war the most brave man ,in science and theology the book of Nahjolbalgheh ,in mysticism Komail prayer.

We are in the same country , but I didn't get you well {-: {-:

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Mohsen » Thu Oct 31, 2019 6:30 am

Mohsen wrote:
Thu Oct 31, 2019 6:26 am
Taravat wrote:
Wed Oct 30, 2019 11:26 am
Hi Mohsen
As to your question about my personal info, I would like to leave your question unanswered. Im certain you are smart enough to guess. Isnt it exciting?
Well... Hopefully or sadly, Im a one-dimentional person. It means I mostly get focused on one task at the moment and can hardly multitask. Though, I do my best to do the jobs as perfect as I possibly can. Ive run into multiple problems due to this perfectionism and lost some opportunities. Im trying to be less strict and perfectionism though. Its not a good strategy in Iran. You know what I mean? Sure you do...We are living in the same country.

Dear Friend,

What is exciting , I don’t know what should I guess.

One dimensional is a general word , but generally one dimensional people become isolated , have less friends and boring , I have a friend , he got married two times ,and divorced two times ,because their wives couldn’t tolerate living with him, he limited his world with learning languages , when he came back to home , he was busy with watching movie with original language . How does a woman endure this kind of life?

Also I know a one dimensional woman who just interested in studying science ,education and university , her husband couldn’t continue living with her , although they had a nice children , he got divorced, , he get married with another woman and his nice girl is living with her foster mother.

Being perfectionism is good ,but it is opposite of one dimensional ,as a paradigm of perfectionism we consider Imam Ali . The kindest man with his family ,people and children , work hard in the field , the longest worship , in the war the most brave man ,the most witty and clever man, in science and theology the book of Nahjolbalgheh ,in mysticism Komail prayer.

We are in the same country , but I didn't get you well {-: {-:

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Taravat » Thu Oct 31, 2019 10:22 am

Perfectionism isnt good. Imam Ali (PBUH) wisely said that moderation is the best. We should keep everything balanced to live a happy and healthy life.
Thanks for your reply.

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Mohsen » Thu Oct 31, 2019 12:53 pm

Taravat wrote:
Thu Oct 31, 2019 10:22 am
Perfectionism isnt good. Imam Ali (PBUH) wisely said that moderation is the best. We should keep everything balanced to live a happy and healthy life.
Thanks for your reply.
I didn't get why Perfectionism is not good , accomplishment is the aim of life.

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Joe » Thu Oct 31, 2019 1:31 pm

Taravat wrote:
Thu Oct 31, 2019 10:22 am
Perfectionism isnt good. Imam Ali (PBUH) wisely said that moderation is the best. We should keep everything balanced to live a happy and healthy life.
Thanks for your reply.
Indeed. The ancient Greeks, who had a hotline to the gods, knew that perfection was dangerous. Only the gods could be perfect. So they never completed a building to perfection so as not to challenge the gods.
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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Taravat » Thu Oct 31, 2019 1:45 pm

Joe,
Thank you very much for your explanations.
Mohsen, as Mr Joe in his latest blog beautifully wrote, perfectionism has too much hassles that will go in vain. We humans are fallible and make mistakes. Trying to be perfect could be good provided that it were possible. There is no mere perfection in our earthly world. Only God and our prophets are infallible. We should try to be good instead.
Also, there is nothing wrong with accomplishments unless they again put us in hassles. Imam Ali (PBUH) talked us out of dreams. You know why? Because being obsessed with pursing dreams will leave us nowhere and makes life difficult. Only moderation is recommended.

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Re: EnGlIsHlAnD.

Post by Mohsen » Fri Nov 01, 2019 6:51 am

Taravat wrote:
Thu Oct 31, 2019 1:45 pm
Joe,
Thank you very much for your explanations.
Mohsen, as Mr Joe in his latest blog beautifully wrote, perfectionism has too much hassles that will go in vain. We humans are fallible and make mistakes. Trying to be perfect could be good provided that it were possible. There is no mere perfection in our earthly world. Only God and our prophets are infallible. We should try to be good instead.
Also, there is nothing wrong with accomplishments unless they again put us in hassles. Imam Ali (PBUH) talked us out of dreams. You know why? Because being obsessed with pursing dreams will leave us nowhere and makes life difficult. Only moderation is recommended.
Thank you. your explanations convinced me . Moderation is the best , I agree

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