Good topic Hamed
However, I have a comment. I understand
that we should live trying to benefit
and help our countries, but we should
live for the SAKE of Allah, and NOTHING else
I propose that all working forces
join hands and do something for their own countries
instead of wasting their talents in another countrty. For
example, I've become aware that one of the
scientists that participated in launching those two
rovers to Mars was an Arab from Lebnon. Now,
if he had invested his talent in his country, it
would have been great. Thus, that's what
we should all do. I know there are a lot of
Arab Muslim students in America and around
the world, who think that their talents
would be wasted in such countries like Yemen.
However, that's the kind of metality we should
try to derive from, if we ever want to make a
I hope I didn't make it long
just signing an attendance and reserving a spot
i'll be back
This was a nice topic
I think in yemen when someone wants to start a company that we all the yemenis going to benefit from it
every government officail wants a share of that company to give him permission to start it in the beggining
a nother point is that we are scared to go back and use the talent we got
no will study here for years and go through the tough times to go back for nothing
even though it may be good for all of us.
we need a better way to use out educated yemenies and a better way to educate them
we need to apply the knowledege we learned so we continue on and encourage people to take education more serious
if you look at it from the beginning no will care of what you do at elementry , middle and high school, because they look at it even if i care and went on to college what i am going to do with my degree.....nothing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
so we neeeeeeeeeeeeeed to do something with our secondary education to set examples for future generations
خلينا من الداوي يا ابراهيم سير ارقد
بكره معاك عرس ... هيا مه من الخبر حقك هذا عيب عليك
just testing my arabic
i was like whatttttttttttt
masha Allah your arabic is better than mine
i only studied arabic up to six grade
also i am bad in english
i guess i did not even master one of them
i studied up to forth, but my bro keeps sending me books from yemen to read. During the summer i read the school curriculum.
You know you have many duties and obligations
I like what T_K said as priority you duty towards Allah
If you start there it will guide you through the rest of your duties
Who comes first yourself, your family, or your country?1
You are sitting here outside Yemen (for example Saudi) and you are getting paid well. Your family is receiving excellent education and medical care. The services in the country are first class from roads to justice and peace, but you can't help thinking about your people you left behind in Yemen ………..
We all saw what happened when Saudi decided that Yemenis are persona non grata and how it devastated the Yemeni currency and economy. I don't think we can ever forgive them for the pain they caused those families and the negative results that affected the entire nation. We still have not recovered from it.
So maybe we should really think about our duty towards our homeland and how we can do a better job at helping our people.
أفصل بين الأسماء بفاصلة.