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2020.09.22 21:25 cvxrq[M4F] 17 jordan, amman looking to date someone thats not close minded
im also looking for friends so hmu cause im tired of dealing with muslims tbh
Wassup. When I was a little kid? Like either before 10...yeah before 10 my parents split. My mom took me, she started dating a white dude. For some reason my grandpas brother was sleeping with me in the basement. Made me touch him, I went upstairs I thought everything was normal. My mom was drinking and screamed at me to go downstairs n I said sorry mommy :) holy shit I’m just realizing how fucked up that was. I don’t remember the rest but I woke up alone w this huge ass bug following me everywhere and my little sister had to kill that big bitch...it was a huge gross bug...she was younger than me haha I’m the oldest. Don’t quite remember feeling sore...but now I’m 19 years old. I drink and I’m scared every time I black out. Just finally did something w this guy(34)...the age gap sounds bad but he made me feel so much better about sex. I don’t get nightmares about people touching me anymore :( like it wasn’t scary but it was really uncomfortable...there’s also another instance when a grown ass Amman invited me downstairs when I was in foster care. I tried to bring my lil sister (she was a baby) he said no only you. I don’t remember the rest and that’s really scaring me. I haven’t talked to a counsellor in a long time. Last time my mom got beat up by homeless people then beat me up. I did not wanna talk after that. I just wanted to go home. She tried hugging me in her sleep but I wanted her hands off of me. I can’t forget what she says to me when she’s drunk. But now I’m healing in my own way. I don’t know if forgetting everything is healing.
mood “The UAR shall not stand idly as the Zionist entity slaughters our people, destroys our sacred sites, and tramples upon our honor. The UAR has launched a strike on the Zionist menace to punish them for desacrating the sanctity of the holy city. Jerusalem is to be free and open to people of all faiths. We can no longer tolerate fascism in the region. The last vestige of colonialism in the Middle East shall soon be eradicated. Let it be known that the UAR will fight for what is right, and we will do what we must to liberate Palestine once and for all. Israel will immediately withdraw from the occupied territories, and the lands will be restored to their rightful owners. Be warned, for our use of nuclear weapons was limited, and intended to reduce the blood shed by this war. We do not aim to eradicate the Jewish people, who are innocent bystanders born into fascist rule, but we seek to eradicate the power structures which have led to the oppression and subjugation of an entire nation, culminating in a direct attack and insult on both Arabs and Muslims across the world. Should we not act quickly, St. James’s Cathedral, and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre would be next. Be warned, we will no longer tolerate such behaviour, and while we do not wish to harm civilians, we warn Israel that any nuclear retaliation would be grounds for a ten-fold response. The Falcon has awakened, and now soars with the Phoenix.” - Prime Minister Al-Zaidi, hours after the initial attack The UAR, already in a state of high alert, and already mobilized due to the previous Iranian war, can afford to quickly mobilize its troops and move forward, providing it with a decisive advantage over its Israeli counterparts. The “military exercise” was but a ruse, and the UAR now seeks to liberate Palestine and establish a one-state binational solution by force, ending the Israeli occupation of lands stolen almost 90 years ago. The destruction of Al-Aqsa and the planned “temple” has galvanized public opinion to a point where most muslims would consider joining the fight against Israel. It will thus be easy to recruit additional auxiliary units both from Palestine and from the Islamic world as a whole. As plans enacted by Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, and the UAR, come to fruition, one statement is becoming a reality, Jerusalem will be freed!
Opening Phase - Operation Hotamah
Woe to every backbiter, slanderer, Who amasses wealth and counts it over and over. He imagines that his wealth will make him immortal. Nay! he shall surely be cast into the "hotamah". And what should make thee know what the "hotamah" is? Allah's fire as preserved fuel, Which will leap suddenly on to the hearts. It is locked up in outstretched pillars to be used against them. 1 - Quran 104-2
The Land-Based Missiles With troops deployed in Jordan, and on the Zionist-UAR border, the UAR is poised to make a surprise first strike on the enemy’s most prized possession. Their nuclear weapons. Israeli nuclear weapons are located mainly in one site, warehouses near Sdot Micha. While they may be potentially rated against conventional airstrikes, they would be unable to withstand a direct hit from a nuclear weapon, let alone a ground penetrating nuclear bunker buster. Israel’s other nuclear weapons are located on submarines that would presumably be located thanks to the UAR’s established hydrophone network in Lebanon.. Thus the main objective would be to overwhelm the enemy’s air defenses. This will involve 5 different sources and directions forcing them to defend territory in 360 degrees in addition to a suter attack by EC-130 ELINT to paint the false picture of a clear sky prior to the attack:
The UAR’s Ships in the Mediteranean sea, namely the Tomohawks onboard of the Arleigh Burkes and Ticonderogas will fire a salvo of 1,500 cruise missiles
Hamas, which boasts its own missile capabilities, will launch is own salvo of rockets from the west of roughly 7,500 missiles
UAR Troops in Jordan via TEL will launch 2,000 Qiam-1 SRBM missiles at the site
The coup de grace in this coordinated operation however will be air strikes at standoff range. Firing cruise missiles which were difficult to intercept, as noted in the Azanian surprise attack, a total of 5 INTIQAM-2TAA Air launched cruise missiles that are designed as 400kT nuclear bunker busters. These will be launched from the F-5C Delta Darts which would be difficult to detect by the IDF. The UAR would similarly be deploying an additional 100 F-15Es, which have a far higher radar signature that would also drop 200 JASSM munitions on the strike zone.
Between the 75,000 rockets (including precision munitions), Hamas’s missiles, 1,500 cruise missiles, 2,000 ballistic missiles, and 200 JASSMs, it is highly unlikely that the Israelis will manage to intercept specifically the 5 INTIQAM-2TAAs that would be dropped on the area. A few cruise missiles alone are hard to intercept if taken by surprise, let alone thousands. The fireball would likely vaporize the neighbouring moshav of Sdot Micha, as well as Sdot Micha Airbase. The largest settlement that would be affected by the detonation would be Bet Shemesh which would suffer from the shockwave. The Negev Nuclear Research Centre in Dimona would similarly be targeted as well. This would effectively render Israel nuke-less and unable to retaliate. Objective:
Fire a ridiculous amount of munitions from all directions, land, air, and sea, as well as use EW to facilitate the nuclear first strike on the Israeli nuclear arsenal in Sdot Micha, destroying it in its entirety through the use of 400kT bunker busters.
The Sub Hunt The UAR Hydrophone network should reveal the locations of the submarines in Israel’s control. The UAR will deploy its fleet of ASW aircraft and ships to hunt the subs that are located to prevent them from firing. This will occur simultaneously with the attack to bring the UAR’s sub hunters within range to destroy the Israeli submarines within minutes of the initial salvo firing, faster than the time it takes for the news of a nuclear strike to travel to the 5 isolated subs. Knowing vaguely where they are, ASW helicopters can be used to pinpoint their direct locations and thus allow them to be neutralized by torpedo fired either by helicopter, submarine, or surface the Sea Hunter Autonomous ASW ship designed specifically for this purpose. The limited range of fire of the enemy’s cruise missile systems used for nuclear weapons delivery dramatically reduce the search range. The following units will be deployed for this purpose: Sub Hunter Group 1: 3 Arleigh Burke Flight II Destroyer 3 Ticonderoga Class Cruisers 2 Sea Hunter Autonomous ASW Ship 1 Sea Fighter LCS 5 Silorsky ASW Helicopter 1 Los Angeles Class Submarine Sub Hunter Group 2: (First searches Tiran, then moves back to the Med.) 3 Arleigh Burke Flight II Destroyer 3 Ticonderoga Class Cruisers 2 Sea Hunter Autonomous ASW Ship 1 Sea Fighter LCS 5 Silorsky ASW Helicopter Sub Hunter Group 3: 3 Arleigh Burke Flight II Destroyer 3 Ticonderoga Class Cruisers 2 Sea Hunter Autonomous ASW Ship 1 Giuseppe Garibaldi-class ASW Carrier 15 AS332 Super Puma ASW Helicopter Sub Hunter Group 4: 3 Arleigh Burke Flight II Destroyer 3 Ticonderoga Class Cruisers 2 Sea Hunter Autonomous ASW Ship 1 Independence Class LCS 5 Silorsky ASW Helicopter Sub Hunter Group 5: 3 Arleigh Burke Flight II Destroyer 3 Ticonderoga Class Cruisers 2 Sea Hunter Autonomous ASW Ship 1 Independence Class LCS 5 Silorsky ASW Helicopter An additional 25 Sayeh Naval Drone (clone of ScanEagle), with ranges of up to 100 km, will be launched to help in the detection of enemy submarines. Objective:
Use naval intel obtained prior to the first strike to position in a way that the Israeli nuclear submarines in the mediteranean can be neutralized
Hotamah Phase II
After the nuclear strike which would end Israel’s nuclear arsenal, which would last in the order of minutes, followup strikes would be ordered on their airbases as a horde of UAR Aircraft begin dropping JASSM and SEAD munitions on Israeli air defense in the area, targeting aircraft believed to be nuclear capable while still on the ground. With UAR Air Defenses featuring quantum radar technologies obtained from China, and the UAR’s newest aircraft featuring advanced stealth suites and EW, it is hoped that the enemy’s air defenses would be promptly suppressed and enemy aircraft that do manage to take off shot down. Operating the Arrow 3 as an ABM, the David’s Sling as an air defense system, and the iron dome as an anti-rocket system, the Israelis have a decent air defense system… for the 2010s. Extensive use will be made of EW aircraft to scramble enemy defenses during the attack, as well as simply strength in numbers as the Israelis cannot hope to intercept the large barrage of missiles fired from Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Gaza, the air, and the Mediterranean sea at the same time 5 F-16CJ ELINT will be used for this purpose in addition to the 2 EC-130 ELINT aircraft mentioned earlier. The UAR will also fire 20 conventional Mudafi’ missiles, designed to counter the Arrow III, the schematics for which were generously provided by our allies in Laurentia. Combined with further tomahawk strikes on airbases and air defenses, as well as mass JASSM strikes and artillery barrages where applicable, the airbases and the air defenses presumably deployed at the [following sites]()https://i.imgur.com/zJqN5y5.png will be destroyed, hopefully with much of the IAF as well. Emphasis will be placed on the early destruction of Nevatim Air base due to the presence of F-35s in that airbase. The UAR has deployed a total of 180 5th generation aircraft, aircraft that are more advanced than the F-35 which defeated the F-15 with 20:1 odds. With experience in Iran, the UAR’s capable fighters will attempt to destroy much of the Israeli Air Force while they're still on the ground following the first wave of coordinated SEAD strikes on enemy air defense systems. Israeli air bases will also be hit by a further salvo of 100 Tomahawk missiles each while the SEAD strikes are ongoing. Continued suppressive fire from Hezbollah and Hamas missiles will further augment the chances of the more sophisticated missiles hitting their mark. Fortifications in the Golan Heights as well as Lebanon and the West Bank of the Jordan river will be struck in subsequent strikes and neutralized. Aircraft deployed:
75 F-5C Delta Dart 5th gen++
80 F-31 Shenyang 5th gen
25 F-35 Block V 5th gen
150 Skyborg companion aircraft (for the 5th gens)
6 JH-9 Fighter-Bomber
75 F-15E Eagle 4th gen
50 Eurofighter Typhoon 4th gen
40 Panavia Tornado 4th gen
29 Mig-29 mainly for CAS once air superiority is reached
50 Mig-21 mainly for CAS once air superiority is reached
Once Phase 1 is complete and the Israeli air defense network is suppressed, the 580 aircraft deployed will assist with CAS operations and will bomb enemy supply lines. The above aircraft will be supported by the Turkish deployment of F-16s that would perform similar strike operations, as well as friendly B-21 bombers from friendly Laurentian bases. Objective:
Moments after the nuclear first strike which disabled the Israeli arsenal, further SEAD strikes and air force decapitation strikes will be ordered
Destroy the IAF while its on the ground, focusing on Nevatim AFB to eliminate the F-35s which pose the most threat
Eliminate the Israeli air defense network through the use of munitions specifically designed with Israel’s systems in mind, as well as numerical superiority with respect to the number of munitions fired.
Perform further strikes on airbases to neuter Israel’s air capabilities. This will be done with help from allies.
Once the air-bases are destroyed, use the aircraft for CAS support and naval support, neutralizing enemy fortifications
The UAR currently operates several satellites such as the Yaogan series which can be used to determine the bulk of Israel’s positions and bases prior to the attack. In the initial attack, the Jobaria MLRS systems will provide firepower to demolish much of Israel’s fortifications in the Golan heights, feigning an attack from the Syrian side. However, knowing that the Syrian side is the most fortified compared to the Lebanese side, the UAR’s main northern advance will come from Lebanon. The intention is to pin down as many Israeli troops in the Golan Heights as possible while sending troops pouring southwards towards a line established from Haifa to Tiberias. Cutting off the bulk of the Israeli troops that would eventually run out of supply, the offensive would hopefully see the Golan and much of the Galilee fall to the UAR. In the Golan Heights, extensive use of Nazir UGVs and Heydar Autonomous Swarm Vehicles will be used to combat minefields. Controlled from a distance, and with support from drones, the vehicles would be able to clear minefields with a minimal loss of life. The Jobaria strike, each of which fires 240 missiles per salvo, will assist in the destruction of minefields and defenses in the area. One Jobaria is said to cover an area of 4 km2, 8 would cover far more. The Golan contingent will represent 2/5ths of the total force, with 3/5ths being deployed to Lebanon. The UNFIL will kindly be asked to leave/step aside. The Arabs in this section, which make up 53% of the population, will be encouraged to rise up, and Arab localities will be given small arms via airdrop. Seeing as they are actively discriminated against, and saw their holy sites destroyed, they would be more than willing to assist the UAR in liberating their homeland. Of the 700,000 Arabs in the territory, it is expected that some 70,000 would assist. They will be used to police the area and maintain the occupations of villages and towns liberated by UAR forces. This includes the Golan heights where a large number of Israeli troops would be stationed. UAR forces boast a multitude of drones, partially deployed by S.A.U.D drone vehicles (ie a successful version of the Dakotan slaughterbot project) which release swarms that can be used to provide full battlefield awareness to soldiers via their personal helmet augmented reality HUDs. This would drastically reduce the cost of urban warfare and when combined with the larger UCAVs and UAVs flying overhead, helps integrate air, land, and sea combined firepower. Extensive use of the UAR’s superior artillery and aerial intelligence will be used to target armored columns and harass enemy supply lines, ensuring that the UAR is well supplied in comparison to the Israelis. Close air support from helicopters as well as support air strikes from the aircraft deployed to the skies will help speed up the advance. Furthermore, the UAR’s experience in urban warfare, owing to its abilities in the Syrian, Lebanese, Saudi, and Iranian wars will provide its professional army with an edge over the conscription based Israeli army who’s dated combat experience is largely based on waving guns at unarmed protestors and Palestinian children. Objectives:
Feign an attack into the Golan Heights, the real attack is a large deployment via Lebanon which is only fortified enough for Hezbollah, rather than an attack from a real army with large numbers.
Utilize advantages in drones, artillery, and MLRS firepower to advance up to a line from Haifa to Nazareth and Tiberias, hopefully encircling troops trapped in the Golan.
Arm local partisan groups who would presumably be upset at the Al-Aqsa situation and the rise of a government that actively discriminates against them… more than before… (this region is 53% Arab))
Operating over 50 bridges, and with air cover from Jordanian based air defense systems, the UAR will cross the Jordan River with three main thrusts, north, central, and south, which would be of equal size. This will involve the destruction of Israeli forces on the other side of the river through mass artillery. With what can only be described as the largest artillery barrage in history the entirety of the West Bank of the Jordan that is fortified by Israel will be struck by 471 Artillery units in addition to salvos fired by 50 MLRS systems with salvos of 3600 rounds per strike. This will be supplemented by air strikes from UCAVs and friendly aircraft. In the north, defined as the West Bank to the Golan Heights, troops will attempt a push forward with similar tactics to that mentioned in the previous section towards Umm Al-Fahm to Nazareth. The pressure put on the Golan front will pin down troops that do not wish to forgo the high ground, as the unexpected large bridge crossing would occur. Once again, urban areas will be dealt with using the UAR’s drone tactics. 2/5ths of the Jordanian force will be deployed here. In the West Bank, the objective in sight is Jerusalem, as troops will attempt to seize much of the West Bank with support from artillery and air units. Liberated Palestinians who would be more than willing to fight will be provided with AKM rifles and shall act as auxiliaries. In the West Bank, with a population of approximately 4 million people (estimate based on 2%), at least 400,000 men would be willing to join. The destruction of the holy sites would see nearly every eligible man join the fight, and as such 400k is extremely conservative and a figure of closer to 2 million would be likely. The West Bank should already be in open revolt given the actions at Al-Aqsa, and as such the advance would be facilitated by Israeli troops being largely bogged down by the fighting . Friendly units in the region will work to sabotage Israeli military positions and supply lines and shall assist the advance, particularly in Jerusalem proper. 2/5ths of the Jordanian force will be deployed here. Once the troops reach Jerusalem, special care will be taken to prevent the destruction of additional holy sites, and prevent Israel from destroying sensitive Holy sites important to Arabs such as the Church of the Holy Sepulhcre and the St. James Cathedral. Jerusalem’ population, which is 38% Arab despite Israeli ethnic cleansing, will be instrumental to assisting the UAR’s advance. In the south, along the Negev Desert, troops will establish a land connection to Egypt by Seizing Eilat. The Negev is sparsely populated, and relatively open, allowing large armored units to be targeted from the skies and by missile. Urban combat is similarly less of a concern as the towns are notably smaller, and easier to place under martial law. UAVs and UCAVs will be used extensively to destroy armored columns, as the battle becomes one of range and maneuvering. Friendly Bedouins, Muslims who make up 25% of the Negev’s population, will be used as local auxiliary units, with some 20-30k out of the 400k strong population (estimate based on 1%) willing to assist. With 1/5th of the Jordanian force deployed here, the objective is to push forward and control Highway 40 (Line from Eilat to Beersheeba to the West Bank) by attacking from the east. Once again, given the range of the UAR’s air defense systems in Jordan, the troops should be reasonably protected against Israeli incursions as the Quantum Radar batteries should be able to easily pick up the few F-35s that may have survived the original blast, and most certainly the F-16s that survived. Objectives:
Three pronged attack seeking to take advantage of Israel’s spread out forces by attacking the entire eastern border.
Utilize advantages in drones, artillery, and MLRS firepower to advance up to a line from Eilat in the south, to beersheeba, to the West Bank border, to Nazareth in the north.
Arm local partisan groups who would presumably be upset at the Al-Aqsa situation and would likely already be in open revolt after the destruction of the holiest Islamic sites.
The UAR boasts some of the tightest air defense systems in the world, with numerous layers of Radar tested specifically against the type of aircraft Israel is expected to deploy with successful tests. The Quantum radar within the chinese designed, UAR produced HQ-90 ABM and Air Defense System provides the UAR with protection against stealth aircraft and ballistic missile threats within 600 km [Analogous to an upgraded S-500]. The Ramah-II Quantum Systems provide 100 km of coverage [Analogous to an upgraded Patriot] and protection from cruise missiles and stealth aircraft. The LPD-I laser point defense batteries provide laser point defense within 20 km against smaller munitions. Additionally, THAAD, and Patriot batteries have been deployed across the country as well as HQ-19 batteries, integrated with the quantum radar suites elsewhere. While the UAR already has a vast array of air defense systems deployed, it shall be deploying additional systems to key sites including:
Hafar Al batin
Each site will be protected with 3 HQ-90 Batteries, 2 Patriot Batteries, 2 Ramah-II Batteries, and 1 LPD-1 Batteries. 2 THAAD Batteries will be placed at Medina, Damascus, and Beirut and 1 THAAD Battery will be placed in Baghdad. This layout ensures that cruise missiles fired from the mediteranean will have ample time to be detected and intercepted by the Ramah-II batteries designed specifically for this purpose, with multiple layers of security should a missile fail to be intercepted. With each HQ-90 battery being able to intercept and track up to 20 missiles at a time within 3 seconds of firing, each deployment should theoretically be able to protect against the entirety of the Israeli nuclear arsenal which is estimated at 80-120 nuclear weapons. With 60 HQ-90 systems deployed, as well as redundancies and overlapping coverage, the UAR should be able to intercept anything that Israel may have been able to save. The UAR has not forgotten its allies, as it has already deployed 5 HQ-90 Quantum ABM/ADS Batteries, 10 Patriot-3 Batteries in the above cities, 30 LPD-1, and 15 Ramah-II in Amman, Irbid, Ma’an, Ajloun, and Russeifa. Jordan’s location between Israel and much of the UAR means that these systems would intercept missiles headed for the UAR as well. The Egyptian deployment similarly consists of 5 HQ-90 ABM Systems,10 Ramah-II ACM Batteries, and 10 LPD Laser Point Defense Batteries deployed to Alexandria, Asyut, Cairo, Aswan, and Port Said. To further improve interception chances, 10 KJ-3000 AWAC, 6 Boeing E-3s, and 2 Saab 2000s will be used to provide round the clock airborne warning and control to track potential hostile airborne threats. Lastly, the Arleigh Burkes currently deployed in the Mediterranean theatre are equipped with an AEGIS SM-2 system that would be capable of intercepting missiles fired from the Mediterranean sea within range. This provides yet another layer of protection from enemy missiles. Note that the deployment of batteries in Lebanon, Jordan, and Egypt, allow for the UAR’s air coverage to include the entirety of Israel greatly affecting the enemy’s abilities to field aircraft. Objective:
The naval deployment intends to neutralize Israel’s submarine based nuclear arsenal by deploying various “Sub-hunter Groups” that would utilize intelligence about submarine positions in the relatively shallow Mediteranean (compared to the open sea). These groups would neutalize the submarines and then work towards eliminating the Israeli surface fleet, be it in port or in the water. The bulk of the force will be in the mediteranean, with Sub Hunter Group 3 clearing the Straits of Tiran prior to moving back to the Meditereanean. Sub Hunter Group 1: 3 Arleigh Burke Flight II Destroyer 3 Ticonderoga Class Cruisers 2 Sea Hunter Autonomous ASW Ship 1 Sea Fighter LCS 5 Silorsky ASW Helicopter 1 Los Angeles Class Submarine Sub Hunter Group 2: 3 Arleigh Burke Flight II Destroyer 3 Ticonderoga Class Cruisers 2 Sea Hunter Autonomous ASW Ship 1 Sea Fighter LCS 5 Silorsky ASW Helicopter Sub Hunter Group 3: 3 Arleigh Burke Flight II Destroyer 3 Ticonderoga Class Cruisers 2 Sea Hunter Autonomous ASW Ship 1 Giuseppe Garibaldi-class ASW Carrier 15 AS332 Super Puma ASW Helicopter Sub Hunter Group 4: 3 Arleigh Burke Flight II Destroyer 3 Ticonderoga Class Cruisers 2 Sea Hunter Autonomous ASW Ship 1 Independence Class LCS 5 Silorsky ASW Helicopter Sub Hunter Group 5: 3 Arleigh Burke Flight II Destroyer 3 Ticonderoga Class Cruisers 2 Sea Hunter Autonomous ASW Ship 1 Independence Class LCS 5 Silorsky ASW Helicopter An additional “Fleet Destroyer” Group which would destroy the Israeli surface fleet while the other groups hunt for submarines, in port on on the water, the enemy’s ships will be destroyed. This will be made up of: 3 Arleigh Burke Flight II Destroyer 3 Ticonderoga Class Cruisers 2 Medina Class Frigates 3 Badr Class Corvettes Extensive use of Naval UAVs such as the Sayeh Drone and the Fotros Drone will be used in eliminating the enemy’s naval capabilities. Munition drones, specifically, some 400 LJ-2 drones, will target Israeli warships during naval engagements to increase the odds of a direct hit. Aircraft mentioned in previous sections, once air superiority is achieved, will assist in dropping AshM munitions on the enemy. Once the enemy’s fleet is destroyed, naval assets will provide shore bombardment support to attack Israeli Army positions. Objective:
2020.09.04 17:40 FrozinthInter-faith marriage in-depth
Hello, Kindly note that i'm speaking of personal experience, studies and belief. I am a born Sunni of Syrian origins (Saham Al-Julan) residing in Jordan since birth. I have always been skeptic when it comes to religion, I'm completely and one hundred percent a believer of god, however for me, religions seem very sketchy. At one point in my life I had met a girl of Druze faith, she shared my ideas and my beliefs. As you all already know, the Druze sect believe in reincarnation, with very strict rules that is, such as Druze only reincarnate as Druze and anyone who isn't Druze cannot reincarnate as Druze.Dating back to the disappearance of (Al Aqel), after many of those who had followed him had converted back to their previous religions, those of faith had decided that no one else should be permitted into their faith and only those born to Druze families can ever be Druze. I had done extensive research and even managed to find a copy of the Epistles of Wisdom, I apologize if this is offending by any means. But I have not managed to find any scriptures or text that indicates that those not of Druze parents cannot convert if they have proper faith. ***Just to clarify, I am not looking for loopholes or errors in the Epistles of Wisdom or in the faith itself, I am looking for the effect of tradition on the belief of people. I will not be able to translate this into English as I do not want to get anything wrong when it comes to holy scriptures, this is from the Epistles of Wisdom (Arabic): -شرط الأمام صاحب الكشفمن العبد المختار الى كافة أخوانه الدعاة الى توحيد المولى الاله الحاكم الجبار و المعدلين للقضاء بين الموحدين الابرار و العرفاء الانصار-الرسالة الموسومة بالعذار و الانذار (مخاطباً الأخوان المخلصون في دينهم)فمن جائكم طائعا، و اتاكم سامعاً خاضعاً، نال الفوز و الغفران و سعد بسكن الجنان. This indicates that conversion is possible. and not at all frowned upon but accepted. The Druze faith has never been missionary, but I believe that this was taken out of context as no one has been permitted into the religion ever since. This could mean that those who share true love could have a possible scenario where they could be together. I had a trip to Lebanon planned early this year so I can visit the Druze Council in Beirut in hopes of talking to a high Juwayyed or Sayyes on this. I had spoken to multiple Juwayyeds in Amman, but it all ends in no answers. I could discuss this further but I am not permitted to share even the slightest of the Epistles of Wisdom as I completely respect the faith and ideas within and it is not allowed to share any of the Epistles of Wisdom. It's very clear that this is done out of love. But let's be completely honest, putting the Druze or any other religion aside. God with all of his kindness, mercy, and justice... would never be against love. Now I will go the entire stretch to try whatever I can so we can be together, that is without hurting her or her family. TL:DR: Druze conversion could be permitted within the belief but frowned upon by past generations which had created the situation we're in.
2020.09.01 22:20 alexbrobrafeldRecap - 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way – Season 2 – Episode 14 “The Truth Hurts”
90 Day Fiance: The Other Way – Season 2 – Episode 14 “The Truth Hurts” Jenny (Age 61, from Florida) and Sumit (Age 32, From India)
It’s been “a few weeks” since Jenny arrived, and today Sumit is finally going to talk to his parents. If she doesn’t get married within 6 months, she has to travel home again and renew her visa. We find out when Jenny first visited India, she stayed with Sumit’s parents in her own bedroom on the third floor, and that’s when she started fucking Sumit --- it was all behind his family’s back. Somehow, Jenny holds resentment for not being allowed to marry Sumit back in 2014 when all that went down?
We finally meet Sumit’s parents. They met her in 2013, and welcomed her into their home under the impression she was simply Sumit’s friend from facebook. She stayed for 4 months and for the most part, had no idea anything more was going on. The way they see it, Jenny came over here, lied to them, and fucked up their kid’s life. Sumit, being in the middle of all this, just wants his parents to accept Jenny. The episode ends as Sumit walks into the apartment… see y’all in October!
Deavan (Age 23, from Utah) and Jihoon (Age 29, from South Korea)
Elicia is going home today, so she goes out for lunch with Deavan one more time. Jihoon is home watching the kids. E trashes J the whole time and makes a case for D to just come home, but D is staying, and with that, she gets in a taxi and heads back to the US. Back inside the home, D lectures J about not borrowing money to keep them afloat.
Ariela (Age 28, from Princeton New Jersey) and Biniyam (Age 29, from Ethiopia)
Bini is doing the laundry in a tub in the bathroom, while Ari sits in bed worrying about if she should go back to America. Bini doesn’t want to lose her and talks about how much he wants to be a family. Ari still has a few weeks to make up her mind.
They are looking at some new apartments today – the first one is really nice, but costs almost $1400 USD a month, while he only makes about $500. They get into a taxi and start arguing – he insists he will be able to finish renovating the other apartment very quickly, but she doesn’t believe him. The arguing escalates and they both get a bit nasty - he asks for one more week, and the scene ends.
Kenneth (Age 57, from Florida) and Armando (Age 31, from Mexico)
Ken’s daughters are going home today. They say they will be back to visit again soon, and wish them luck on meeting Armando’s parents. A day passes and now they are off on a four hour trip to pick up A’s daughter and go to his parents.
Yazan (Age 24, from Amman, Jordan) and Brittany (Age 26, from Florida)
B has received “urgent news” regarding her divorce and books a flight back to Chicago for a court date. With little fanfare, she gets in a taxi and heads home.
Tim (Age 34, from Texas) and Melyza (Age 29, from Colombia)
The couple is out grabbing a bite to eat and he tells her he won’t be able to find a job anytime soon… but they could expedite things if they got married. She says that’s not in the cards at this moment, and then he goes on to say he’s glad he still has his job back home just in case everything falls through. Mel didn’t know he kept his job, and sees the cycle of Tim’s behavior repeating itself. He gets frustrated and walks off the scene.
2020.08.29 12:15 move98up_Airline refuses to give a time limit for receiving refunds
Hello,I have booked a flight with TAROM airlines from Amman to Amsterdam with transit to Bucharest airport. I got an email 15 days before my scheduled departure date stating that my flight from Amman to Bucharest is canceled. I called their office in Amman they were not helpful, told someone from Romania to call them for me and I also sent them an email. they told me that "refund was made" but due to a large volume of refunds requested they "can't give a time limit to receive the refunds" " the money transfer takes much longer than normal and we cannot specify a processing time limit at this time. " I need my money back ASAP as I am a student with a limited budget. Some people didn't get their refund back yet even after 4 months of waiting and I can't afford to wait that long. I know covid19 makes everything slower and I understand that. but do refunds really need that much time to be made? is there a faster way to claim my refund or is it just a matter of waiting? P.S: Sorry I am not sure if this is the right place to post about this issue.
[REQ] ($43) - (#Amman, AM, Jordan), (01/01/2021), (PayPal) to start an online business
Hey everyone, I need $43 to start an online business known as dropshipping. The costs are: Monthly subscription $29 Domain name $14 It would be really appreciated if you would help me and donate I can show you the steps and everything and if you were interested you can invest in me or I can help you set up your own store. I have no money and would really appreciate any kind of help. If you choose to help me which I’m grateful I will send you what’s needed to send me the money and if you choose not to then I understand that and would still offer my services if you want someone to make a site for you I’ll be honest with you I don’t know when I can pay back because I have no money that’s why I want to create this to make money. That’s why I chose that date to have some time working on the site and run it hoping to make sales. Thanks
2020.08.18 20:01 alexbrobrafeldRecap - 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way – Season 2 – Episode 12 “The Parent Trap”
90 Day Fiance: The Other Way – Season 2 – Episode 12 “The Parent Trap” Deavan (Age 23, from Utah) and Jihoon (Age 29, from South Korea)
Picks up from the last ep where they are in the park and Drascilla runs off. They run after her and pick her up before anything bad happens. Deavan is ready to play the blame game hard as fuck. Jihoon starts to sob and as they talk through it he promises to be a better dad. He also wants to apologize to D’s mom, so she goes inside to get her.
D’s mom is out and she’s just doubling down on the blame game. She yells at him in the middle of the street while he apologizes profusely. She doesn’t accept anything he tries to say.
Ariela (Age 28, from Princeton New Jersey) and Biniyam (Age 29, from Ethiopia)
Bini meets with his family to talk about how it’s going with Ari so far. They like Ari and recognize that she respects Bini, but wish he was dating an Ethiopian. Religion is very important to them, and he hopes Ari is okay with baptizing their child.
They are going to his church today. She dresses in traditional clothing and keeps an open mind. The priest says they can’t baptize their child until he “suckles from a Christian breast” therefore she must be baptized too… makes sense... Anyways, Ari isn’t down, and this might actually be something that they can’t reconcile.
Kenneth (Age 57, from Florida) and Armando (Age 31, from Mexico)
Picks up from last week immediately after the proposal. They sit down for dinner with Ken’s daughters and two of his friends. They mostly talk about Arm’s family – Ken hopes that since he’s showing how serious he is, it will prove something to Arm’s fam and make life easier.
Yazan (Age 24, from Amman, Jordan) and Brittany (Age 26, from Florida)
It’s been “a few weeks” in Jordan now and B hasn’t seen Y’s family since that first day – so today they are going to see his parents. She wears the appropriate clothing, but they are both still really nervous. His sympathetic uncle will be there. The scene ends as they get to the house.
The uncle says that Y doesn’t want to rush into marriage because it’s an eternal commitment, he wants to be sure. Dad isn’t really convinced by this idea. Brit has no idea what anyone is saying and Y doesn’t translate for her. They work out some sort of agreement that when B’s father visits, she will either marry Y or go home with her dad (it is unclear if B consents to this idea or if Y came up with it on his own). Y’s fam accepts this, and B is just happy they have bought some time.
Jenny (Age 61, from Florida) and Sumit (Age 32, From India)
They are painting the main areas of the house together. Neither of them really knows what they are doing and it’s like a scene from a sitcom. He does have plans to go and talk with his parents, and she worries that it’s going to be some sort of ‘trap’ where they prevent him from marrying her.
Tim (Age 34, from Texas) and Melyza (Age 29, from Colombia)
2020.08.16 00:54 Karrotkake24Brittany reveals a lot on IG live
Brittany went live on Instagram yesterday&today, I was going to screen record but my phone had no storage left😪 Anyways I made notes of what she said. •She said she regrets going on the show because she should've went about it differently cuz people think shes on it for clout. Although she says she truly did it for Yazan. And that she actually lost out on work/money opportunities because she was filming...&if she wanted clout she would've gone on the show with someone else, that she knows a middle eastern man her age who's parents own Qatar airways. Then she declared that she Loooves Yazan. She said it like that. •She revealed Yazan said he was grown and wanted to be free, didn't care about the religion. But when she got there he switched up and was like "I need to listen to my parents." •She was asked about the apartment. And she said before she got there she sent yazan pics of what the apartment needed to look like, because she needed to be comfortable.(tlc tweeted a fun fact one day that yazans parents house had a squat toilet on the floor) And he would send her videos of the apartment cuz she made sure Yazan showed her evidence that he wasn't like all talk. •Lastly she talked about the engagement and how she wasn't expecting it and I was kind of distracted in this part but she said something like she was in another country staying with them and like what if she said no, and sum1 commented "wow so you said yes because you were scared " Anyways the whole vibe of the ig actually sounded like they were together 😑😑😑. Because she said she blocked Yazan cuz she was gonna twerk, she went on live with sum1 from Amman, Jordan& they were joking that Yazan sent him to spy on her and if he was ready to throw hands with Yazan when Yazan sees him on the street😂 • ohmygod🤣 then she started cussing out her haters and threatening to beat up their grandmas😭😭 My theory is that they aren't married but either dating still/remain really good friends&flirt. Cuz in a podcast Brittany talked about their strong connection. Although on his side hes probably hella cheating with his ig groupies. ALSO if his family believes they're NOT together, Yazan's parents probably think that if it looks like they're in a relationship online its because TLC is obligating them. So I think this is how they're continuing their relationship after the mess that's going on actively on the show, cuz it looks like they're heading for a breakup/no marriage/disapproval. What do you guys think?
2020.07.30 08:53 sambarguyLesser-known spiritual history of South Chennai
When we think of “temple town” we think of Madurai or Srirangam or Kanchipuram. But in ancient times, this area has been no less in spiritual intensity and focus apparently, as far back as history would lead to legend and legend would lead to myth. The whole place has been rich with spiritual culture at one time, apparently. Though "Madras" was mostly a British-grown city that centered around the harbor area, this area has its own unrelated rich history apparently, that has seen various kings, various kingdoms and dynasties ranging from Cholas to Pallavas to Rayars. A few I have been reading about recently: Lakshmi Narasimha Navaneeta Krishnan temple, Nanganallur, Chennai In the early 1970s some devotees wanted to build a Navaneeta Krishnan temple in this propery. They discovered and excavated some idols in this land, that archaeologists date to various eras. Some of the idols are thought to be at least as old as 8th century AD, some inscriptions are 10th century, some have Chola style and some have Pallave style architecture. This indicates this was a significant temple that was maintained and built over multiple centuries, by multiple kings and dynasties. The “sthala puraanam” or local legend is that Nanganallur has always been an important spiritual place. The sage Jamadagni, who is said to be the father of Parasuraama, performed a maha yangna in a place called “Dakshina Deepalayam”, and that is the place this temple stands. Vishnu is said to have appeared to him first as Ugra (aggressive) Narasimha, and then later as Lakshmi Narasimha (serene form) for the benefit of mankind. Another interesting angle is an astrological claim that an ancient Vishnu temple had existed in the place 1500 years back, that is said to have been made before the excavation and discoveries were made. Yoga Narasimha temple, Velachery, Chennai The temple is believed to be 1300 years old, constructed at the same time as The Dharmalingeswarar temple in Nanganallur is 1000 years old too The Adipureeswarar temple in Pallikaranai at least 700 years old, built by Cholas and renovated later during the reign of Krishnadeva Raya. The Dhenupureeswarar temple in Madambakkam is at least 1000 years, but the place itself is said to be much older, dating back to Sage Kapila. Ranganathar temple in Thiruneermalai, Marundeeswarar temple in Tiruvanmiyur… both of these are said to date all the way back to sage Valmiki. There are dozens and dozens of Amman temples as well, who seem to go way back in terms of history. There are probably more and more temples that all over, whose histories are forgotten.
2020.07.20 21:55 positivesourceLumpy flint figurines may be some of the earliest depictions of real people - More than 100 of the unusual flint artifacts dating back to about 7500 B.C. have been discovered at Kharaysin, an archaeological site a few miles northeast of Amman in Jordan
2020.07.15 17:33 Vanguard_CK3[Event] Halal Dating - Part Two
Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Salman had fun in Berlin with Princess Maryam, but the entire time it was Princess Iman he was thinking about. After a month touring Western Europe, he got her on the flight to Riyadh where she would be reunited with her father. Meanwhile, he had planned to go to Jordan to meet up with his most beloved once again. Although King Abdullah was busy attending royal duties, Queen Rania certainly was not going to miss the opportunity of meeting the famed Abu Al Rasas, and freed up her schedule to accompany the princess on yet another Halal-date with the Crown Prince. The trio made their way downtown to one of Amman's most popular café. It seems that Crown Prince MBS was able to impress Queen Rania with his unmatched charisma and confidence, gaining the approval of both parents for their daughter's hand in marriage. Crown Prince MBs also presented Princess Iman with gifts of gems, gold, and pearls. In fact, MBS even purchased over a dozen sapphire sets, since it was her birthstone.
2020.06.21 05:48 globalwp[DIPLOMACY] Baghdad-Amman Arab Federation Boogaloo
Bet you thought this would be about pan-Arabism didnt you?
Salam friends, Iraq's National Institute of Water Resource Management has begun to perform studies about the state of water stress in the region and is watching Jordan in particular with great concern. Due to the choke-hold Israel has on your water supplies, we fear that our western neighbor will soon fall into a state of crisis. The Red Sea-Dead Sea pipline has appeared to have fallen through and as such, Jordan finds itself facing potential water insecurity. Luckily, we are here to help. Iraq is willing to help pay for a $400m state of the art reverse osmosis facility near Aqaba, using cutting edge techniques, we hope that this will help set Jordan on a successful path and prevent over reliance on the (((enemy))), as surely your people oppose greater cooperation with CRIMINALS. Said facility will likely take 3 years to construct but would provide Jordan with some much needed water security. We would also further recommend wastewater treatment plants in Amman and Irbid and would be willing to provide expertise on the matter. On a similar note, we are willing to invite our Saudi friends to the conversation about Jordanian water resources to help contribute to ensuring that water scarcity in Jordan is a thing of the past. On a similar note relating to dependence, Jordan is by no means energy independent. Iraq on the other hand has an abundance of natural gas that it could send to Jordan at very competitive prices. We would be willing to help fund a $500m pipeline project to Jordan should Jordan agree to a $9b gas deal to replace this controversial deal. While it is set to expire in 2035, Iraq would like to step up and replace them by this date. We hope our Jordanian friends consider this request.
2020.06.17 14:48 SporeumBuilding a PC with an already owned GPU and SSD's
>**What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.** ill be using this pc for mostly playing games on it, league of legends mainly, and use adobe programs too, mainly Photoshop. >**What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?** around 500 JDs (700 USD) since the GPU is already owned >**When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.** probably after 4-5 months from now >**What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc\)** i only need a good monitor >**Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?** Jordan, Amman >**If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.** ill be reusing my corsair keyboard (i don't remember which one) and ill be using the Logitech G502 mouse >**Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?** i don't think i need to overclock my gpu or cpu >**Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)** i prefer a amd ryzen CPU if possible. >**Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?** i already own a case too. >**Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?** no need >**Extra info or particulars:** the GPU is a Radeon rx 580 Devil i already gathered some parts on system builders : PC parts
How's the dating scene in Amman? Is the country too conservative when it comes to dating? Heard that Tinder and Bumble aren't really a thing here. An expat who's new here. All views welcome. Asking it on this group to a much wider audience.
2020.06.11 17:06 MutantAvatarOffered a Position in Amman
Hi, I live in the US and was just offered a job in Amman. I'd like to know more about what it would be like to live there as an ex-pat. Do ex-pats generally live in one area in the city? What's the day to day life like there? What's a good salary to live really comfortably in the city? What should I consider before moving? What's the dating scene like? Any tips are welcome.
2020.06.10 00:56 alexbrobrafeldRecap - The Other Way – Season 2 – Episode 2
Quick note - I did not realize they aired 2 episodes last night or I would have combined the notes. Here is the link to my ep 1 notes. I will combine notes in the future. The Other Way – Season 2 – Episode 2 Yazan (Age 24, from Amman, Jordan) and Brittany (Age 26, from Florida)
Brit is feeling less confident about her move after talking to her dad, so she calls Yazan to talk about it. She mentions she’s not sure about converting to Islam and when he presses her on it, she changes the subject to his facial hair. On her talking head, she says she doesn’t like being told what to do. She also expects Yazan to find a way to stay with her even though that’s against the rules too. Last but not least she doesn’t want to be rushed into marrying him, so that her family can be involved in the wedding… but that’s kind of a lie – the truth is Brittany is still technically married.
We find out she actually got married 5 years ago but the guy got deported 3 months after their wedding. As she tells it, they started to date when she was 17, and after 3 or 4 years, they got married, and then he got deported, and she just “forgot” she was married. The relationship wasn’t good anyways so she counts it as a blessing. But uhh how do you just “forget” about still being married? It will take 6-10 months for the divorce to go through if the ex is uncooperative… and she’s at the risk of committing bigamy if she gets married w/o getting divorced first.
Jenny (Age 61, from Florida) and Sumit (Age 32, From India)
Picks up where episode 1 left off. Jenny demanded Sumit get his parents on the call, so he leaves for a minute to try and them. Sumit’s parents do not want to talk to Jenny and won’t join the call. That’s it. Short segment.
He hasn’t seen Jenny in 5 months now. He plays cricket with some of his buddies and they talk about Jenny coming back. Sumit tells them he will need to pay back twenty thousand dollars to the in-laws to finalize the divorce, and his parents are going to pay half of that even though they don’t support him being with Jenny. Sumit also says he doesn’t want kids so Jenny’s age doesn’t concern him. Sumit says “I’m not avoiding culture, I’m avoiding haters” which is a pretty good line.
Jenny meets with her financial adviser again, because she’s leaving in a week and she’s broke. She wants to apply for her social security benefits a little early, despite a 30% penalty. She will be able to take about $625 a month, which actually will cover the bare necessities, but nothing more.
Kenneth (Age 57, from Florida) and Amrando (Age 31, from Mexico)
We meet Armando and see a slice of his life. He owns a pet resort on his parent’s property and lives in a small home on the same plot. His daughter HANNAH is 6. He was married for 8 years before he came out to his wife, but his family didn’t accept his coming out and he was “pushed back into the closet” as he puts it. A few months after they separated, his (ex)wife died in a car accident. His family has no idea that Ken is coming in 2 weeks to start a new life with him. They are going to move to a place that is 4 hours away so Ken has more work opportunities. They think TLC is there to film a documentary about life in Mexico and they have no idea Ken even exists. They show him on a video call with Ken later on, and it sounds like Armando wants to say something to his parents before Ken gets there, but still has a lot of apprehension about it.
Armando wants to tell his sister first, out of the hope that she will support what he’s about to do, and get his back when he tells their parents. It’s an emotional moment, and his sister has a hard time accepting it because he played straight and had a child before he came out. She is also upset that he will be moving far away, and they help one another raise their kids, but ultimately comes around and says she will do her best to show support.
Ariela (Age 28, from Princeton New Jersey) and Biniyam (Age 29, from Ethiopia)
Ariela and her mom are going to see her doc for one last checkup before she goes back to Ethiopia. She tells her doctor about having the baby in Ethiopia and he shows concern, because he’s been their family doctor for 30 years. We also find out her mom will be joining her for part of the trip to see the Ethiopian hospitals for herself, and attempt to influence Ariela’s decision.
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