|Quoting Toast (Reply 3):|
Doesn't sound fun, especially in a place like KSA where I'm almost sure this nonsense is actually enforced in public (JGPH1A, can you confirm that?)
|Quoting Toast (Reply 6):
For some reason, people don't object to the word "nonsense" when applied to eating garlic to ward off vampires, or being afraid of the number 13... Forcing onself and everybody else not to eat when there's no reason for it is and always will be nonsense to me.
|Quoting JGPH1A (Reply 5):|
Easter or Christmas
|Quoting Aloges (Reply 5):|
So are you going to Jeddah again for Eid ul-Fitr, JGPH1A?
|Quoting Emrecan (Reply 14):|
As a muslim living in a non-muslim country, Ramadan will a bit hard for me but I hope to be in my hometown for "eid"