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#75151 Rosetta Stone v.3.4.7 with Language Levels & Audio Companion

Posted by writersfreedom on 30 June 2012 - 10:20 PM



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Rosetta Stone v3.4.7 with Language Levels & Audio Companion
Windows/MacOSX | ALL Languages | + FULL Audio Companion | 50.00 GB

Rosetta Stone includes many of the same features common to other language learning software products – native-speaker audio, text, a voice recognition feature to aid in learning proper pronunciation etc. The software teaches the main four skills of language learning – speaking, listening, reading and writing. There are a number of basic exercises that focus on a combination of skills such as reading and writing over listening and speaking or vice versa, or focus on just one of the skills.

Rosetta Stone - the best program for learning the language at home. Flash allows you to teach the technique as you do in his childhood began to teach their native language - no rules, by immersion, multiple repetition and the formation of the association of a number of different areas of life, development patterns and automatisms in principle from the simple to complex, from a practical perception of writing and rules. This program will teach you not to think automatically perceive and reproduce the most ubiquitous conversational grammatical constructions that are essential for activation of your speaking and start chatting.

In this set includes the program Rosetta Stone 3.4.7, language packs of the world, as well as audio applications to them. Rosetta Stone - No.1 in the world among linguistic software. Rosetta Stone is the most natural and native, and therefore the most effective way to study for a man of almost any foreign language. The company uses specially developed technology Dynamic Immersion - dynamic immersion. The publication will be gradually supplemented by additional language packs.

Language Pack Included:
1.Rosetta Stone English (American) 5 Levels
2.Rosetta Stone English (British) 3 Levels
3.Rosetta Stone German 5 Levels
4.Rosetta Stone French 3 Levels
5.Rosetta Stone Italian 3 Levels
6.Rosetta Stone Spanish (Spain) 5 Levels
7.Rosetta Stone Korean 3 Levels
8.Rosetta Stone Greek 3 Levels
9.Rosetta Stone Dutch 3 Levels
10.Rosetta Stone Hindi 3 Levels
11.Rosetta Stone Portuguese (Brazil) 3 Levels
12.Rosetta Stone Arabic 3 Levels
13.Rosetta Stone Chinese (Mandarin) 3 Levels
14.Rosetta Stone Swedish 3 Levels
15Rosetta Stone Hebrew 3 Levels
16.Rosetta Stone Polish 1 Level
17.Rosetta Stone Irish 1 Level
18.Rosetta Stone Filipino (Tagalog) 1 Level
19.Rosetta Stone Persian (Farsi) 1 Level
20Rosetta Stone Spanish (Latin America) 5 Levels
21.Rosetta Stone Japanese 3 Levels
22.Rosetta Stone Russian 3 Levels
+ Audio Companion

Minimum system requirements:
- Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Seven
- Mac OS 10.4
- 512 MB RAM
- 1 GHz
- 600 MB free hard disk space (for one level)
- 16-bit sound card
- 800 x 600 display resolution (1024 x 768 recommended)
- A microphone, headphones

File List:


Installation FAQs:


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P.S. I also can post every language separately per request. [if you for example ask me for the French part by itself, its possible.]

~~~ Peace out ~~~

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#70872 124 Very Short Introductions

Posted by Apocalypse on 01 February 2011 - 12:34 PM


These Very short introductions by Oxford Editions contain a series of more than 124 books discussiong almost everything in the world, all doctrines, approches, arts, historical moments, etc

000 Everything

001 Classics

002 Music

003 Buddhism

004 Literary Theory

005 Hinduism

006 Psychology

007 Islam

008 Politics

009 Theology

010 Archaeology

011 Judaism

012 Sociology

013 The Koran

014 The Bible

015 Social and Cultural Anthropology

016 History

017 Roman Britain

018 The Anglo-Saxon Age

019 Medieval Britain

020 The Tudors

021 Stuart Britain

022 Eighteenth-Century Britain

023 Nineteenth-Century Britain

024 Twentieth-Century Britain

025 Heidegger

026 Ancient Philosophy

027 Socrates

028 Marx

029 Logic

030 Descartes

031 Machiavelli

032 Aristotle

033 Hume

034 Nietzsche

035 Darwin

036 The European .do

037 Gandhi

038 Augustine

039 Intelligence

040 Jung

041 Buddha

042 Paul

043 Continental Philosophy

044 Galileo

045 Freud

046 Wittgenstein

047 Indian Philosophy

048 Rousseau

049 Hegel

050 Kant

051 Cosmology

052 Drugs

053 Russian literature

054 The French Revolution

055 Philosophy

056 Barthes

057 Animal Rights

058 Kierkegaard

059 Russell

060 Shakespeare

061 Clausewitz

062 Schopenhauer

063 The Russian Revolution

064 Hobbes

065 World Music

066 Mathematics

067 Philosophy of Science

068 Cryptography

069 Quantum Theory

070 Spinoza

071 Choice Theory

072 Architecture

073 Poststructuralism

074 Postmodernism

075 Democracy

076 Empire

077 Fascism

078 Terrorism

079 Plato

080 Ethics

081 Emotion

082 Northern Ireland

083 Art Theory

084 Locke

085 Modern Ireland

086 Globalization

087 Cold War

088 The History of Astronomy

089 Schizophrenia

090 The Earth

091 Engels

092 British Politics

093 Linguistics

094 The Celts

095 Ideology

096 Prehistory

097 Political Philosophy

098 Postcolonialism

099 Atheism

100 Evolution

101 Molecules

102 Art History

103 Presocratic Philosophy

104 The Elements

105 Dada and Surrealism

106 Egyptian Myth

107 Christian Art

108 Capitalism

109 Particle Physics

110 Free Will

111 Myth

112 Hieroglyphs

113 Ancient Egypt

114 Medical Ethics

115 Kafka

116 Anarchism

117 Ancient Warfare

118 Global Warming

119 Christianity

120 Modern Art

121 Consciousness

122 Foucault

123 Spanish Civil War

124 Marquis de Sade

125 Habermas

126 Socialism

127 Dreaming

128 Dinosaurs

129 Renaissance Art

130 Buddhist Ethics

131 Tragedy

132 Sikhism

133 The History of Time

134 Nationalism

135 World Trade Organization

136 Design

137 Vikings

138 Fossils

139 Journalism

140 Crusades

141 Feminism

142 Human Evolution

143 Dead Sea Scrolls

144 Brain

145 Global Catastrophes

146 Contemporary Art

147 Philosophy of Law

148 The Renaissance

149 Anglicanism

150 The Roman Empire

151 Photography

152 Psychiatry

153 Existentialism

154 First World War

155 Fundamentalism

156 Economics

157 International Migration

158 Newton

159 Chaos

160 African History

161 Racism

162 Kabbalah

163 Human Rights

164 International Relations

165 The American Presidency

166 The Great Depression and New Deal

167 Classical Mythology

168 The New Testament as Literature

169 American Political Parties and Elections

170 Bestsellers

171 Geopolitics

172 Antisemitism

173 Game Theory


175 Documentary Film

176 Modern China

177 The Quakers

178 German Literature

179 Nuclear Weapons

180 Law

181 The Old Testament

182 Galaxies

183 Mormonism

184 Religion in America

185 Geography

186 The Meaning of Life

187 Sexuality

188 Nelson Mandela

189 Science and Religion

190 Relativity

191 The History of Medicine

192 Citizenship

193 The History of Life

194 Memory

195 Autism

196 Statistics

197 Scotland

198 Catholicism

199 The United Nations

200 Free Speech

201 The Apocryphal Gospels

202 Modern Japan

203 Lincoln

204 Superconductivity

Below you will find the link to download the torrent, unfortunately this series does not contain all those books, but I managed to find other books that are not included, the rest will be coming :)

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Islamic History: A Very Short Introduction

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Political Philosophy

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  • Communism: A Very Short Introduction (Direct Download)
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Communism: Torrent file

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and Very Short Introductions Audiobooks in torrent file

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Which contains the following MP3 and PDF books:

The Cold War
Also Feminism and Islam in MP3 format

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#70877 TTC Modern Intellectual Tradition—From Descartes To Derrida

Posted by Apocalypse on 01 February 2011 - 04:28 PM

A guide to modern intellectual tradition and culture, a set of 63 audio courses and a comprehensive PDF book discussing the same topics, Presented and written by DR. Lawrence Cahoon.

(also exists in video form)

L1 - Philosophy And The Modern Age.mp3

L10 - The French Revolution And German Idealism.mp3

L11 - Hegel—The Last Great System.mp3

L12 - Hegel And The English Century.mp3

L13 - The Economic Revolution And Its Critic—Marx.mp3

L14 - Kierkegaard's Critique Of Reason.mp3

L15 - Nietzsche's Critique Of Morality And Truth.mp3

L16 - Freud, Weber, And The Mind Of Modernity.mp3

L17 - Rise Of 20th-Century Philosophy—Pragmatism.mp3

L18 - Rise Of 20th-Century Philsophy—Analysis.mp3

L19 - Rise of 20th-Century Philosophy—Phenomenology.mp3

L2 - Scholasticism And The Scientific Revolution.mp3

L20 - Physics, Positivism, And Early Wittgenstein.mp3

L21 - Emergence And Whitehead.mp3

L22 - Dewey's American Naturalism.mp3

L23 - Heidegger's Being And Time.mp3

L24 - Existentialism And The Frankfurt School.mp3

L25 - Heidegger's Turn Against Humanism.mp3

L26 - Culture, Hermeneutics, And Structuralism.mp3

L27 - Wittgenstein's Turn To Ordinary Language.mp3

L28 - Quine And The End Of Positivism.mp3

L29 - New Philosophies Of Science.mp3

L3 - The Rationalism And Dualism Of Descartes.mp3

L30 - Derrida's Deconstruction Of Philosophy.mp3

L31 - The Challenge Of Postmodernism.mp3

L32 - Rorty And The End Of Philosohy.mp3

L33 - Rediscovering The Premodern.mp3

L34 - Pragmatic Realism—Reforming The Modern.mp3

L35 - The Reemergence Of Emergence.mp3

L36 - Philosophy's Death Greatly Exaggerated.mp3
L4 - Locke's Empiricism, Berkeley's Idealism.mp3

L5 - Neo-Aristotelians— Spinoza And Leibniz.mp3

L6 - The Enlightenment And Rousseau.mp3

L7 - The Radical Skepticism Of Hume.mp3

L8 - Kant's Copernican Revolution.mp3

L9 - Kant And The Religious Reason.mp3

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#72862 Celebrating Success

Posted by Lilia on 07 July 2011 - 12:10 PM

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:firework: :firework: :firework:

:mabrouk: :mabrouk: :mabrouk:

It's been a while since we celebrating anything around here. So, I'm taking the opportunity of Eve's passing her Baccalaureate exam to have a group celebration in honor of
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Omeymaa & Khawla, for their high-school graduation

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SnowWhiteQueen, graduating and having her 'Licence' degree

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Eve, for passing her Bac exam

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And not to forget all E-dzers who are celebrating their success as well

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Bitawfeek inshallah smile

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#64844 Ramadhan Charity Event 2010

Posted by Fatony on 13 August 2010 - 06:22 PM

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Assalamu alaikom.

As part of our commitment to helping the unfortunate in our home country, I want to pass this idea through you first to gain your thoughts on the matter and inshallah some support as well.

I was hoping to do a Charity Event during this holy month of Ramadhan and raise money for Orphan kids in Algeria so inshallah they could have nice presents for Eid Al Fitr inshallah. It is important for us to do our bit for the poor and try to bring a smile to their face inshallah. Remember the hadith of our beloved prophet PBUH: a smile on your brother's face is charity.

So what do you guys think? and please think quickly as we are already on the 3rd day of Ramadhan.

What I would need from you guys are 2 things:

2 Orphan Homes (Orphanages) in Algeria whom we can reach and let them know of our commitment inshallah.
1 E-DZ charity Banner which we can spread around forums, facebook and so on. Beebo or Hayamoto can help with this

Finally, whilst I believe Allah swt has given the strength to make this happen, I still will not be able to do it alone. So if you are interested, put your name forward and I will allocate tasks accordingly.

Ramadhan Mubarak

E-DZ Charity.

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More Updates:

I have received great response about this. So let's keep it going.

Our target inshallah is to raise DZD 200,000 (or as per our lingo Twenty Million Centimes)

This amount will be split equally between two Orphan Homes as mentioned above.

This amount is very realistic and so far we have already collected 36% of it. Which is DZD 73,000 ( Seven Million Centimes - rounded)

So please know that we need your support. Tell you aunties, uncles, mothers and fathers about this. Everything will be documented and proof will be provided in the forum.

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31 August 2010 UPDATE

What we have done so far:

1. Organised an event and set a target. (Fatony)

2. Located two potential Orphanages. We decided later to deal with one association to avoid confusion. (Sosso, WF and Amina)

3. We have initiated contact with the chosen association. (Amina)

4. A leaflet and banners were made for the event. (Beebo)

5. We received all professional documents from the association.

6. We visited the premises and pictures were taken. (Writersfreedom)

7. We will use the last few days of Ramadhan to spread the word inshallah. (All Members)

We are on target and not far off from our target (80% OF THE WAY) alhamdulilah. However, after WF’s visit to the location and seeing the condition of the orphanage, we might need to raise the stakes higher. (still to be discussed).

04 September 2010

We have achieved our Target of DA 200,000.

Ok alhamdulilah... We have managed to collect the full amount. DZ 200,000. It's been a lot of hard work and many phone calls, convincing people etc... So well done to the team who have made this possible.

-The situation which we have at the moment is we need to re-structure the team so each one knows his task. Ramadhan has been a very busy month for us all, with fasting, work and prayers. Different people had different commitments, this includes myself. So inshallah we will address this in our next event.

- Beebo and I are in discussion about making a dedicated page for this charity. It will have links to where people can donate and in future we will have a bank account opened for e-dz (again this isnt easy)

- As WF has visited the place, and through her comments, I have decided to change our way of helping this association. Instead of giving them the full amount at once, we will control the outflow of this cash. This donation is being raised for the orphan kids and not the association, so our Duty of Care is to the kids. Meaning, this money is to be used to furnish these kids, provide beds, matts whatever is needed and not to pay salaries, bills, outstanding costs of the Association. That is not our job, they have the Ministry of Health for that.

- WF will be responsible for making sure these donations are spent on goods for the kids. So we will get the association to put in an order for whatever is needed, and we will cover the invoice. This ensures that cash is put to good use..

I understand that there are more people who want to Donate, please pm me NOW so we ensure that your funds are received on time.

Barakallahu feekoum.


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#73396 How I converted to Islam

Posted by Tageldunt Zelda on 06 September 2011 - 04:01 AM

Saha ga3 ! :D Well , I didnt know where exactly to put this topic so I hope it's in the right section.

I grew up as a protestant-pentecostal christian... what that is is basically a christian who has no connection whatsoever with Catholicism and who adheres to the doctrine of the church you attend.. so the "pastor" functions as the only "pope" of a certain congregation , haha thats why he is called pastor because the people are supposed to be his "sheep" LOL. Anyways, its very emotional and based on "feeling good" with your relationship with God.... and these people dont call Christianity as a religion.. because to them its a bad word lol they would always say that they have a relationship with God and not religion... They said this in order for us christian youth to think that prayer regularly , engaging in rituals and all that stuff was wrong in the eyes of God( swt) because the philosophy was... going to church every sunday or whatever day and praying alot does not make u a christian.... ( then what does ? lol) just believing in jesus as lord and savior is the only thing that God will take in consideration -__- ! But this is where I have to agree with the Catholics.. they believe in faith AND works ... GOOD works ! Now as a muslima.. alhamdulilah ! I realize that having faith.. plus praying 5 times a day and fasting and giving Zakat is a virtue in the eyes of God ( swt). So this is only one of the many reasons why I disliked my old religion. But of course it had a lot to do with Jesus and the trinity... I knew I was worshiping 2 people God( swt) and Jesus( PBUH) and no mattter how much people would say God and jesus is the same person.. ( astaghfirullah !! ) I knew deep down inside that was not logical !! So Islam defined Jesus as a human being ( of course) who was a mighty messenger of God( swt) He was to bring peace and order in the corrupt society of the Jews.. who disobeyed God by not receiving as the Messiah... but Allah has everything in Control.. and Islam also exalted and purified my view of God(Allah) swt !! :) And then I fell in love with the Quran.. and its scientific miracles !! Wow so many good things in Islam ! mashallah ! Of course im only touching the surface of how much I love this deen.. but I just wanted to share my joy with all of you

salam ! :)
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#70266 The Longest Exam

Posted by Omeymaa on 07 January 2011 - 04:20 PM

The Longest Exam.

Please find this article here.

NB: How do we say ibtila'a in English? if there is anything else you would like to add/anything you do not understand..tell me.

Ed3oulna ya nass !

Jazakoum Allah Khir for reading biggrin.gif

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#61691 Welcome to the update everyone

Posted by Beebo on 06 June 2010 - 08:34 PM

salam everyone,

I thought i'd post this after everything has been updated and after I have finished fixing all those loose ends.

Just so you know, all of the settings can be changed under settings.jpg

On there you can:
  • Set if you want to link your facebook account so that it's easier to share stuff on facebook from E-DZ
  • Change the notification settings (so that you don't get notified when friends change their settings etc.)
One option out of all the new features which is not available (due to the skin's restrictions) is customizing your profile background.

Please report anything that's not working right to the E-DZ Bug Tracker
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#54931 Songs For The Algerian National Team

Posted by Hayamoto on 15 October 2009 - 04:31 AM

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Catania : New Album Such a wonderful album .

Nrouhou Qualifiés

My link

Bladi Bled Nour
:alg: :

My link

Dirouha Ya Chouban

My link

Adii Ya Yema :

My link

Hna wled l'khadra :

My link

Allez les verts

My link

Yed Fel Yed :

My link

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L'Algerie Bladi
Sékna Fi Galbi

Allez L'algerie.mp3

Ya L'Algerie
Ya Kbirét Chan

01 Piste 1.mp3

L'Algerie Mon Amour
Nedjma Wa Hlel :

02 Piste 2.mp3

One Tow Three
Viva L'Algerie

My link

Maak Ya L'Khadra Diri Hala :

My link

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إن شاء الله التأهل من نصيب المنتخب الوطني

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#52708 "Rasoulallh.net" magazine

Posted by The Repentant on 11 August 2009 - 07:36 AM

وبركاته :salaam:

Thanks be to Allah the Almighty for all his gifts.

the first Issue of the site's magazine in both Arabic and English languages.

This magazine is issued by "Rasoulallh.net" website, in which they try to represent our Prophet Muhammad; –Peace be upon him- his merits, characteristics and all about his blessed biography.

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The Arabic Version of the Magazine:

Download PDF format

Click right button and "save target as"


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The English Version of the Magazine

Download PDF format

Click right button and "save target as"


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Hope to enjoy and benefit from this work

Asking Allah the Almighty Faithfulness and His acceptance

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#51911 New Forum Tour

Posted by Beebo on 01 August 2009 - 09:22 PM

salam everyone and welcome to our new forums :D

As you may have noticed, there are many changes which took place in the past few weeks when we moved to our new home. Most of the changes are great and most are not so great, depending on your taste :P

In this tour, I'll be going over just a few of the options you'll have using this forum which you might not have noticed. I'll keep updating it and hopefully cover most of the forum eventually :)


1. Visibility:
There is the option which members have which allows them to be "invisible" and so no one would know whether they're online or not. This can be achieved by clicking on the link located under your user menu... if you hover over the link you'll see your current visibility status.


2. Status:
I am sure most of you know about this one, it's just like MSN lol .... but just in case you don't, there is one in the user drop-menu and also at the right side of the forum at the very top of recent status updates


3. Attachments:
A great thing about this new forum is the attachment system.. we're able to upload several files and monitor the progress... also, it gives u the option to also add what you attached anywhere in ur post. Most members will have the basic attachment option shown below


so to switch the better and multi-file system just click on the link which says

Try  our advanced uploader which supports multiple file uploading (modern browser  required)

and it will take you to the settings menu where you can change the option as shown below


make sure to tick both options, because the first one will make writing posts very easy and the 2nd will allow you to use the cool attachment system which would look like this


so you click to attach the file... the file uploads and it will list it for you and you can click on Add to Post and it will add it anywhere you choose.. so if it's a picture u can have it shown anywhere in the post

4. Member info Cards
A cool new feature is the member info cards... if you wanted to take a quick look at who the member is and their info all you have to do is look for the small green arrow beside their name and click it


5. View Last Post
For those who have joined use recently, this small button allows you to go to the last post in the topic without having to go through all the pages in the topic


6. Reputation / Thanks button
This is our new thank you system which we got with our new forums. Basically, instead of having to reply with a short thank you for the post or topic, you press on the + button on the bottom right and the member would get that added to their Reputation total.


currently we have setup a limit of 10 points per day per member. So each member can only give out 10 points per 24 hours (please remember it's forum time NOT your time)

The Reputation levels are:
Neutral 0 - 10 points
Good 11 - 50 points
Very Good 51 - 100 points
Excellent 101 - 500 points
mashallah 501 - 1000 points
Perfect 1001 points and greater

7. Media Button
The new Media button is very easy to use and very smart... all you do is click on it and paste the whole url for the video and it will show it... currently it supports swf Flash, Flickr image sets, Google Videos, Myspace Videos and Youtube Videos... more will be added gradually.


8. Report System
If you run into a post which you either find offensive or vulgar in any way, please report it. We have a quick and easy system setup for you, so please use it efficiently. At the bottom of each post there is a Report Button which when clicked will bring up a page where you put in the comment to why you're reporting this post


9. Topic Bump
This option allows members to "bump" a topic to the top of the forum without having to actually reply to it.. if you for example wrote something or requested something before and noone replied to you for days.. all u have to do is click on the bump button and it will make the topic go up the forum and mark it as unread for all the members so they can see it.


10. Forum Rules
Please go to the forum rules and take a quick glance at them as we've altered and changed a few things on there.


These are the new changes which I can think of right now... as I said, I'll be updating this topic as we go and hopefully cover most of the forum. :)
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#51612 Rosetta Stone v.3.3.5 - 100% working and tested by Me =)

Posted by Ozzy on 29 July 2009 - 06:53 PM

Rosetta Stone v.3.3.5 for Windows

Rosetta Stone� is the proven, effective and comprehensive solution to learn a language.
New speech recognition technology, intuitive sequential learning, and real-life simulations provide the right context to help you learn and understand

To install, open the "README.txt" file and follow the instructions.
I have also uploaded a version of Alcohol 120% so then you can mount the language file.

Rosetta Stone:

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Language Files

English (British) (Level 1 only. Level 2 and 3 coming soon, Insha'Allah):

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French (Level 1 only. Level 2 and 3 coming soon, Insha'Allah):

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Here is a list of languages, I will upload upon request Insha'Allah:

Chinese (Mandarin)
English (American)
English (British) [Levels 2 & 3]
French [Levels 2 & 3]
German (Deutsch)
Portuguese (Brazil)
Spanish (Latin America)
Spanish (Spain)

I am currently uploading the language ISO's, please be patient as there are a lot to upload.
I have made a 2 minute tutorial to show you how to mount the file, run it and install it.
Sorry that the video is a bit fast...let me know if anyone wants me to slow it down a bit and I will upload a slower version, Insha'Allah.

Attached File  Rosetta-Tutorial.m4v   8.67MB   40 downloads
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#51321 Funny but true !

Posted by Fatony on 26 July 2009 - 05:58 AM

if you are stung by a Cone Snail; then you have 20 seconds to live.
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#75674 Jokes

Posted by Abu Daoud on 27 December 2012 - 07:26 PM

A man took his dog to the vet and the vet examined it and said, "Sorry sir your dog is dead". The man asked for a second opinion so the vet brought a cat into the examination room that sniffed the dog but the dog didn't respond. The vet says again, "I'm sorry sir but your dog is dead". The man asks for a third opinion so the vet brings a Labrador retriever into the examination room. The Labrador retriever sniffs the dog and again there was no response from the man's dog. Reluctantly the man accepts that his dog has died and goes to the receptionist. The receptionist hands him a bill for 10,000DA. "Good grief what's this for?", asks the man. "Well", says the receptionist, "it's 1000DA for the examination, 4000DA for the cat-scan and 5000DA for the Lab report". 

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#72219 أحجار في رقعة الشطرنج

Posted by Lilia on 09 May 2011 - 06:44 PM

السلام عليكم و رحمة الله و بركاته

ياااه صار لي مدة لم أكتب باللغة العربية :book:.. هذه قصة صغيرة شاركت بها في احدى المسابقات و الان اود أن أشارككم إياها :bag:

أحجار في رقعة الشطرنج

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سألتني كيف أحس و أنا خلف عجلة القيادة, صمت للحظة أفكر بالأمر ثم قررت عدم الإجابة لأنه إحساس غامض لا توجد كلمات كافية للتعبير عنه.

'هل تسعين خلف الحرية؟` كان سؤالها بديهي!

'طبعا.. و من لا يفعل؟!` ابتسمت حتى اخفي نظرة التهكم التي اعتلت ملامحي.

`أكيد,` كانت إجابتها هادئة `لكن لكل شخص أسبابه.`

أوه لاᴉ أنا أعرف تلك النظرة.. النظرة التي تقول أنا أحاول التسلل إلى خبايا فكرك دون أن تشعري بي. أكره ما أكره, أن يحاول الناس فهمي.. ليس لمحاولة التعرف علي و التقرب مني, و إنما فقط ليقولوا أنهم اكتشفوا السر الذي هو أنا. و هكذا, الشخص المتمرد بداخلي تركتها ترحل دون أن تعطيها أي إجابة. دون أن تخبرها أن الهدف من رغبتي في قيادة السيارة ليس سعيا خلف الحرية و إنما خلف إحساس التحكم. إحساس لا مثيل له ينبثق من الأعماق فور إمساكي العجلة.. نشوة تجعلني أنسى أن الحياة مثل لوح شطرنج, و الناس كالأحجار بداخله; هناك دائما يد خفية تحركهم. سواء كانت تلك اليد هي القدر, أو إحساس بالمسؤولية, أو فورة غضب أو عاطفة جياشة... قيود تحيط بكل ركن من أركان حياتهم.

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#71533 Algeria, Arab or not Arab?

Posted by Zakaria on 14 March 2011 - 07:51 PM

No one can say " Algeria is that, Algeria is this".

First of all we have to understand that Algeria's history is long and extremely rich and complicated, as well as all Maghreb countries.

Second of all its history has shaped "regions", "areas" in Algeria which are very different and in the meanwhile very close.

Today, we tend to name these regions by their linguistic predominance.

→The Western part of Algeria, " al qita3 el wahrani", is a region where 99% of the population speak arabic.
→The center part of Algeria, around Algiers, is cosmopolitan. We have a majority of arabic speakers, and some berber speakers, Chenouwi, and some Kabylian.
→The Center-eastern part of algeria, the kabylian region, is made of a majority of kabylian speakers, there are too some arabic speakers, in Bejaia for instance.
→The eastern par of Algeria is divided into several region, the 9sentina area, where the majority of the pop. speak arabic, we got the chaouia area, where the population speak chaoui.

→And the LARGE band of the High Plains, which is inhabited by a majority of semi-nomadic bedouins (arabic) and some berbers.

→In the south it's mixed (Timimoun, Adrar, Tindouf, Wad souf), except for the Tassili aera inhabited by Touareg (tamasheq speakers).

Now, all those languages represent a richness for all Algerians, and shouldn't be a way to divide us but a way to unite people, sharing a common history.

It's interesting to say that even though in the "berber speaking areas" , the most spoken language is a berber dialect, the lingua franca has always been arabic, because it was the language of the business between the different areas of Algeria, and the language of the Religion (Islam ~al Qur'an). For instance it's practically impossible for a kabylian to talk to a chaoui. And a mzabi and a chaoui. And a mzabi and a tergui. Etc...

I PERSONALLY THINK this issue comes up a lot of time because there is an identity issue concerning the Kabylians, they are the only one feeling "persecuted" by the "Arab-islamist government".
Amusingly, the Mzab who are berber speaking people, do not have any issue of "arabization" because they deal themselves with the preservation of the Mzab culture, mzab language, mzab architecture.

We have as well an OVERmediatization of the "kabylian issue", even though it's more of an economical one than a cultural one. For instance on internet hundreds of blogs and website called "kabyles.com" use the CULTURAL and LINGUISTIC fact to justify POLITICAL AMBITIONS.

Everyone has the right to be what he wants to be. No one can force someone to be someone he doesn't want to be. I accept the fact that someone say "I'm berber", because it's his identity, and i want to discover his culture. But i do not accept to be told " you are not arab, all algerians are berbers, algeria is berber, not arab".
Nothing is unicolored, we need different colors to make Algeria beautiful.

Thank you.
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#65897 E-DZ Funniest Member - September

Posted by Ozzy on 05 September 2010 - 11:20 PM

When someone says, "Expect the unexpected," I like to punch them in the face to express my agreement

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#62584 I love you for the sake of Allah..brothers and sisters

Posted by Snow White Queen on 21 June 2010 - 07:43 PM

To love for the sake of Allah
To have love for someone for the sake of Allah's pleasure is also a grand act for which much merit and many rewards have been promised. "To love for the sake of Allah" means loving someone, not for worldly gain, but because he is more religious and pious or he is very learned in din or is busy in serving the cause of din or because loving him or her is commanded by Allah, e.g. one's parents.

Such a love has been called "love for Allah" in ahadith.

One hadith says, " Allah shall ask on the Day of Judgement, ' Where are those who loved for the sake of my Greatness? Today when there is no shade save Mine, I shall have them in My Shade.'" (Sahih Muslim: Kitab al Birr wa al Silah)

Another tells us that "On the Day of Judgement, those who had mutual love for the sake of Allah's Greatness shall be on pulpits of light and all shall envy them." (Jami' Tirmidhi, Kitab al Zuhd)

Abu Idris Khulani, one of the most famous tabi'in says that once he visited Ma'adh ibn Jabal in the mosque of Damascus and told him that "By Allah I love you for the sake of Allah." He repeatedly asked me to swear if it was so and when I answered in affirmative every time, he pulled me by my shawl and said, "Hear the good news! I have heard the exalted and blessed Messenger of Allah saying that "My love shall certainly be for those who love each other for my sake, who sit in each other's company for my sake, who go to meet each other for my sake and spend money on each other for my sake." )Muvatta Imam Malik, Kitab-al-Shi'r)

Having love for Allah's pious and good bondsmen is actually an outcome of one's love for Allah, so it earns the same rewards and merits as the latter; because of this love. Allah includes this lover in His beloved people. According to a hadith, someone asked our blessed and exalted Prophet, "When shall come the Day of Judgement?" Our Prophet asked him "What preparation have you made for the Day?" The man said, "Nothing, but I have love for Allah and for His Messenger." The Prophet said, "You shall be (on that Day) with whom you love."

The above hadith has been quoted by Anas. He says that these words of the Holy Prophet so pleased us as nothing had ever done. He further said, "I have great love for the Holy Prophet - may he be eternally blessed - and with Abu Bakr and Umar, may Allah be pleased with them, and because of this love, I shall be in their company, even though my deeds are not equal to theirs." (Sahh Bukhari, kitab-al-Adab, chapter Alamah al Hubb fi Allah).

There are many ahadith of the same import showing that having love for someone for the sake of Allah is an act of great merit, which grants one the opportunity of doing good in this world and being in exalted company in the Hereafter.

Hence, one should love good people for the sake of Allah and with the intent of becoming good oneself and earning Allah's pleasure, as a poet once said, " I love good people and although I am not one of them, may Allah grant me goodness too."

Hadith tells us that when someone loves his brother in faith, he must tell him of his love (Abu Daud; Kitab-al-Adab; Tirmidhi; Kitab-al-Zuhd).

A man was sitting with our Holy Prophet when another one passed. The sitting one said, "O Messenger of Allah! I love this man." The Prophet said, "Have you told him?" The man said, "No." The Prophet said, "Tell him!" The man rose to his feet and went to the man who was passing by and said, "I love you for the same of Allah." He said, "May Allah whom you love, love you in return!"

Extracts from "Easy Good Deeds" by Mufti Justice Mohammad Taqi Usmani, Translated by Jamil Naqvi
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#59707 Algerian Action

Posted by Emma on 17 April 2010 - 07:58 AM

Assalaamu alaikum all,

I just wanted to mention a charitable project called 'Algerian Action' which I run.
As I mentioned in my intro I am not Algerian but my husband is. I have visited several times and always love it but, I am always struck by the poverty that is experienced by the people there. Obviously not everyone is poor but those that are live in conditions completely unheard of in the UK. Anyway, three years ago when I went on maternity leave I decided that I wanted to do something to help those in need. I wanted to help in the most basic way by providing essentials such as food, toiletries and clothing and if possible toys for the children. 'Algerian Action' was born. Since that time things have developed and now thousands of items are being donated which means lots and lots of families are being helped. alhamdulilah.
To avoid items being stolen items are only ever given directly to the family or individual and never through an organisation or agency. Parcels of donations are sent from the UK on a monthly basis and the items are then distributed to the allocated families. Due to logistics we are currently only able to help people living in Algiers but insha'Allah in the future we will be able to assist in other areas too.

Would you like to help?
If you know of a family who needs help please do get in touch with their details and requirements. If you live in Algiers and would like to distribute items please let me know .Or if you would like to make a donation that would be great! Also if you have got any ideas or comments I'd love to hear them.

More information about the project can be found at http://www.algerianaction.co.uk

Thank you for reading, Emma
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