Saturday, December 06, 2008

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So Eid is coming. *thinking of Eid sweets* 
I'm studying .. or let me say still working on my thesis. I'm proud to say first draft is almost done. I'm working on the findings and recommendations part.

I have to start working on my second thesis ASAP


oh and it has been raining for two days now :D

I'm just checking the email address so I can post through email. 

how to lable this one {update, just life, personal???}

that's all for now.
attawie!

9 Comments:

Blogger touta said...

in case I forget or anything..EID SAEED, for monday of course. :D. Hope you are enjoying your rhesis. :D
love, touta

12/06/2008 5:54 PM  
Blogger David said...

I thought that Eid was at the end of Ramadan. Do you celebrate more than one Eid each year?

Good luck with your current thesis! You never mentioned what the topic is for this thesis.

You have a second thesis after this one?

It is snowing here today. I wish it was raining instead. Its hard to drive around in the snow.

12/06/2008 10:54 PM  
Blogger attawie said...

Dear Touta, same to you :) Eid sa3eed.. I'll post for that inshaAllah :)

enjoy my thesis! yep that was when i was very excited in doing it and during the searching phase.. Now I JUST WANT TO FINISH :D

David,

O_O

you don't know! all your muslim friends you've been networking with all these years.. and you don't know.. Walla I wish I can elaborate and explain to you all that.. I'm sure many Iraqis posted something about it someday earlier :)

Yes, we have two Eids actually.. one is after fasting we call it "Eid al Fi66ir" ie feast. and the second is "Al A'97a" (al adh.ha) which someway or another means to one we give sacrifice to Allah.. the sacrifice is usually a sheep or so. and this eid comes after the ten days of Hajj ie Pilgrimage.

why don't you check this :)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eid_ul-Adha

Oh snowing.. that soon? it's still raining her and I'm loving it.

I'll send you about my thesis.

12/07/2008 8:17 AM  
Blogger David said...

I read the article about Eid al-Adha. Now that I have read it, it sounds familiar. I think that I read about the second Eid a few years ago. I am sorry, but I must have forgotten what I read then.

It is interesting that Abraham is a revered figure for Jews, Christians, and Muslims. The three religions have ancient roots that connect them together. Somehow, it seems to me that people with different, but related beliefs should be able to get along. From my personal perspective, I think that all people should be able to get along, regardless of their beliefs.

I hope that you have a very enjoyable Eid al-Adha with your family.

12/08/2008 12:29 AM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

so when do we get to take a look at the first draft? :)

12/13/2008 3:22 PM  
Blogger attawie said...

Thanks David,

Khalid, you read the post and all you want to comment on is the draft! I'm posting through email :D

yay for me!

I'm still shy to share my thesis and I hate to go and see my adviser about it. If he said it's fine for a first draft I may, I said "may" think about sharing with others.

12/13/2008 6:32 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

oh hehehe sorry sorry i missed that part :D

what a smart girl! :D

12/14/2008 3:10 AM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

so when you say ""Eid al Fi66ir" poor david is expected to understand what the heck did you type? :D

12/14/2008 3:59 AM  
Blogger attawie said...

khalid :|
you ruined it.. now it doesn't sound smart at all :|

so why do you say poor David? he's been reading our blogs since "dunno when" and now he's an expert :)

ask him and let's see if he knows. how about that?

12/14/2008 1:30 PM  

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