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Discussion in 'Bickering' started by Mohammed Wasim, Feb 11, 2015.
Give me £100 and I will help you master your nafs. What bull***
yes, u could be right bro. it was a passing comment, and i thought he could be one of them considering his facial and body features resembling the hyderabadis i live with. But he could well be from from some other areas of india, like eastern Gujarat or northern Tamil Nadu.
This guy was a student at ibn jabal institute. This is his Islamic education background
"Upon completing my A-levels I took the advice of my good friend Muhammad Choudhury and studied the Level 1 course of Ibn Jabal in the Summer of 2002, before attending a one month intensive course in Arabic and other Islamic Sciences held by IIDR called “Tajdid”. Then I studied Medicine for two years at Manchester University, became the President of the Islamic Society, and the Communications Officer of the Students’ Union, all in an attempt to avoid taking another intensive Ibn Jabal course.
After the Students’ Union job, I made a serious commitment to the language and enrolled in SOAS for a BA in Politics and Arabic, and was soon teaching Ibn Jabal Level 1. I am primarily trained in Modern Standard Arabic, although my real passion lies in reading the Quran, and making this possible for my students.
I am currently in Alexandria furthering my Arabic studies as part of the degree course.
When I’m not teaching and learning Arabic, I’m an NLP Coach (www.mynlpresults.com) - I help my clients focus the power of their minds on achieving their life goals... such as learning Arabic!
he looks like iranian to me
Actually that guy looks like he could be from anywhere in the subcontinent, going just by the looks. Can you state why you think he looks hyderabadi?
he looks like a hyderabadi indian
some zindiq called mamoon from the uk:
(his internet marketing copyrighting skills stink! i suggest you guys see some net marketing coaches' pages, like yanik silver or ewen chia or derek gehl some others and then re-read this mamoon's sales copy on this page and other pages. he's followed the sales copy formula all the way to the "PS" but he's still done a miserable job! the guy's a bigger scam than most snake oil salesmen!)
this sales copy is better than the other one - http://www.time-for-quran.com/order-now/
he's followed the formula more closely, the testimonials, the headlines, the bullet points, the free bonuses, the limited time offer, the discounts (it's a $500 product but i'm giving it away for a $100), the PS's at the end
free bonus examples
see this page on instant ihsan - http://www.quranforbusypeople.com/instant-ihsan/
be sure to read this page: http://www.quranforbusypeople.com/disclosure-guarantee/
he is making sale-able "products" and "services" out of deen
came across the guy when i was digging on other zanadiq and saw this kufr-filled page of his - http://www.quranforbusypeople.com/quranic-spiritual-development/do-all-non-muslims-go-to-hell/
wonder if people like faizul aqtab, mufakkir, and hasnain shah ad other marketers will also follow such marketing models!