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Imam Hussain

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“To me , death is nothing but happiness, and living under tyrants nothing but living in a hell”

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Salut!

Post by behnam » Thu Sep 27, 2018 6:24 am

Bonjour, comment allez-vous?
This is just to tell you that like the Everest Mountain, I am still alive and keeping my fingers crossed for your happiness and health. I also remember the sweet memories I have from the past among you; my nice friends. Believe me that even one second your are not forgotten from my thoughts.

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Re: Let's learn together!

Post by Mohsen » Sun Sep 30, 2018 9:52 am

Mohammad bin Zakaria Razi is one of the great Iranian scholars of the third century AH. George Sarton has called the second half of the third century (AH) in the history of science, the age of Mohammad bin Zakaria Razi (251-313 AH) (865-925 BC). Razi is the greatest clinical physician of Islam and the Middle Ages, the physicist, the chemist, and the philosopher with his own independent thinking. Apparently, he studied mathematics, philosophy, astronomy and literature. He was probably engaged in studying chemistry in his youth, and later due to his eye disease, he studies medicine and became famous in this science and prominent in this area of ​​study. At the service of Abu Saleh Mansur ibn Ishaq Samani, the ruler of Ray, Razi was chosen as the head of the new hospital founded there. Later he became the head of the hospital in Baghdad. Because of his great reputation, various rulers invited him to their court. Razi had a good moral and behavior, and treated patients with kindness and affection, and endowed the poor the people in need. Some have counted his publications up to 198 and others attributed 237 books to him. None of his works about nature, mathematics, astronomy, and the recognition of light are left today. Razi did not limit himself to the scientific aspects of medicine, but in every sense he was a great physician, and was a master in the science and practice of medicine. His memoir, in which he has described his patients' improvement procedure completely, is available today. His most famous work is in Al Hawi book of medicine. His other works in this field are Al-Tebe al-Muluki and Mansoori's book. In addition, there are reports on some diseases, the most famous of which are al-Jedri and al-Hassbeh books, which have been appraised and acclaimed by the Europeans and are considered to be the best medical treatises of the past. There is also a treatise on bladder and kidney stones published in French in London. Moreover, Razi has written a book on philosophy and theology and supernatural and religious and philosophical controversy. He became blind at the end of his life as a result of a continuous study of alchemy, and eventually passed away in 313 AH

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Hi Mohsen!

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Hi Mohsen,

Many Thanks for your post. How are you doing? Do you enjoy autumn? I love it and I do enjoy it. It got cold earlier than usual time, but that's Ok! I still love autumn.

All the best,
Behnam, 10 September, 2018
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Hi Everybody!

Post by behnam » Fri Oct 12, 2018 1:04 pm

Hi everybody,

How are you doing? I hope you are doing well.

Recently I visited an European country. Their mother tongue wasn't English, but when I was speaking English they were trying hard to either speak in English or find someone who knew English to translate what I was saying into their language. I found English very useful. Knowing English is essentially important, since it is an international language. Knowing English gives one a lot of self confidence when s/he is visiting another country. This is just to emphasize the importance of English as an international language. It is widely spoken almost in all over the world. If someone cannot speak English, s/he is isolated. English cannot be replaced with any languages, either we like this fact or not!

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Behnam, 12 October, 2018
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Re: Let's learn together!

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Hi ! I am new at this site. So, hello to everyone :).
I like your idea , really it will help those who want to improve their English language.

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Hi Saharsiddi

Post by behnam » Wed Oct 17, 2018 5:01 pm

saharsiddi wrote:
Mon Oct 15, 2018 3:08 pm
Hi ! I am new at this site. So, hello to everyone :).
I like your idea , really it will help those who want to improve their English language.
Hi Saharsiddi,

First of all, I would like to thank you for putting comment on this place. How are you doing? Would you mind writing more? People often ask me for the best method to learn English. I don't know what to say. There isn't the best method for learning a new language. Every learner should find their effective way of learning English. There isn't a fixed method which is usable for everyone. I would like to ask your method. How could you learn English? What is your suggestions for an English learner?

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Behnam, 17 October, 2018
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Hi!

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Hi friends,

How are you doing? I hope you are doing good. This is just to let you know that I have missed you.

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learning English

Post by Mohsen » Mon Nov 12, 2018 1:45 pm

Hello Behnam,

I had a pilgrimage to Karbala Shirine , on the Arbaeen Walk I visitd many people from other countries ,Canada , Europe , Arabic countries , UK, Pakistan ,Afghanestan , Azarbuyjan , Turky, .... All people around the world respected Iranian , and many Iranian Champions which were fought against ISIS in Iraq and Syria , the ISIS which was was supported by USA.
The people of Iraq were very kind to Iranian , and all over the Walk course ,they helped us to have a place for sleep and received us with many different foods and fruits.
I really enjoy taking part in the Arbaeen Walks , we walked as mush as possible ,about 200 Km, enjoying swimming in the Forat river ,walking in the Nakhlestan and visited 6 Imam shrines and many holy places , an adventurous travel .

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Re: learning English

Post by behnam » Thu Nov 15, 2018 9:45 am

Mohsen wrote:
Mon Nov 12, 2018 1:45 pm
Hello Behnam,

I had a pilgrimage to Karbala Shirine , on the Arbaeen Walk I visitd many people from other countries ,Canada , Europe , Arabic countries , UK, Pakistan ,Afghanestan , Azarbuyjan , Turky, .... All people around the world respected Iranian , and many Iranian Champions which were fought against ISIS in Iraq and Syria , the ISIS which was was supported by USA.
The people of Iraq were very kind to Iranian , and all over the Walk course ,they helped us to have a place for sleep and received us with many different foods and fruits.
I really enjoy taking part in the Arbaeen Walks , we walked as mush as possible ,about 200 Km, enjoying swimming in the Forat river ,walking in the Nakhlestan and visited 6 Imam shrines and many holy places , an adventurous travel .

SEE YOU. {-; {-; {-;
Hi Mohsen,

It was very nice reading your post and knowing that you have been to Karbala in Arbaeen. Thank you very much for sharing your experience with us. Thankfully, I also could find an opportunity to participate in Arbeen walking from Imam Ali(PBH)'s Holy Shrine in Najaf to Karbala(Pole 1452). It took me two days and two nights. It was an amazing experience. It was indescribable. I really really enjoyed it.
As you may know, Walking from Imam Ali's Holy Shrine in Najaf to the pole 1452 is about 90 KM, but yours had been 200KM! How??? Is it a different path?
I passed the border through Mehran, what about you? I also visited many people from different countries.

Something strange: I noticed Iraq carefully. I couldn't find important factories or industrial foundations in that country. However, this country has fought with us for 8 years and has killed many Iranian people and has left a lot of destruction! Obviously, Iraq has not have ability, quality and potentiality to fight with Iran. Clearly, western countries and Arabic countries such as Saudi Arabia have helped and supported him during the Iran-Iraq war. I knew this fact, but visiting Iraq and seeing it closely made that fact so transparent and clear that became as a piece of faith(Deep Belief)!

All the best,
Behnam, 15 November, 2018

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