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9MX
05-29-2008, 02:27
Fr. Poodle will go to Iran on Church Business from May 30 to June 5. Let us pray for his safe journey and stay in Iran.


Father, AK-47 ha, tsaka isang RPG:supergrin:

Poodle
05-29-2008, 04:21
Fr. Poodle will go to Iran on Church Business from May 30 to June 5. Let us pray for his safe journey and stay in Iran.


Father, AK-47 ha, tsaka isang RPG:supergrin:

Thank you. Mura daw AK47 dun. Magkano kaya RPG?

ahtsay
05-29-2008, 04:38
Poodle, have a safe trip! :wavey:

9MX
05-29-2008, 04:57
Thank you. Mura daw AK47 dun. Magkano kaya RPG?


nadadampot lang daw dun yun e:supergrin:

horge
05-29-2008, 05:55
:)

Forget the hardware.
Just try to score some genuine halva
...and get back home safely.

h.

toxic
05-29-2008, 08:08
have a safe journey Father Poodle and ingat dun.

jerrytrini
05-29-2008, 08:49
Be safe my brother.

DVC

crazy_hans
05-29-2008, 08:49
ingats po fr!

9MX
05-29-2008, 11:05
:)

Forget the hardware.
Just try to score some genuine halva
...and get back home safely.

h.

what's a halva? beef with onion and tomato with buttered basmati rice, okay na ako eh:eat:

jerrytrini
05-29-2008, 12:38
Pick up some brass. Nagkalat doon.:rofl::rofl:

horge
05-29-2008, 18:29
what's a halva? beef with onion and tomato with buttered basmati rice, okay na ako eh:eat:

I'd be pretty happy with that meal, myself, 'nix!

Halva's a local sweet, sort of what you'd get if you wanted to make suman,
but all you had were the traditional ingredients available over there.

Certain kinds of halva are deadlier than AK-47's or RPG's. :)


h.

gundog
05-29-2008, 19:09
hey poodle.... watch out for the mine fields., at hindi air soft ang gamit dun. have a safe trip my friend.

CatsMeow
05-29-2008, 19:10
Have a safe trip Poodle!:wavey:

Poodle
05-29-2008, 19:22
Thanks. Will try the Halva. Sana nga makapamulot ng brass.

Will visit the graves of some of our Saints. I hear that the prophet Daniel is buried there. Will also promote Dialogue.

Wp.22
05-29-2008, 20:03
have a safe trip Father P.

New_comer
05-30-2008, 09:28
VAya con Dio, padre Poodle! ;)

atmarcella
05-30-2008, 09:39
iran? di ba bawal katoliko dun? pagbawal din kaya natin muslim dito? hhhmmmm bawal ata tong sinusulat ko. tulog nako.

nrmcolt
05-30-2008, 10:12
Ingat po.:wavey:

dinggaling
05-30-2008, 21:45
Godspeed Fr. P :cool:

edtf
05-31-2008, 06:09
Take care Father!! Convert them ALL :supergrin:

Don't forget those pictures with RPGs, AKs and other fun stuff.

royal glockster
06-01-2008, 08:23
Have a safe trip Father Poodle!!:wavey:

Ako rin ha..AK-47 lang po..hehe..

Poodle
06-04-2008, 04:50
Kamusta po. Dito pa ako Tehran. Pauwi na bukas. Report ako pag nandyan na lang.

9MX
06-04-2008, 07:43
ingat pabalik father!

vega
06-04-2008, 17:11
Mag-uwi ka ng caviar

i_am_infinity
06-04-2008, 19:37
May God bless ur trip.

batangueno
06-04-2008, 23:16
take care father

Poodle
06-05-2008, 21:26
Thank you all for your prayers. Back from Iran. It was an eyeopener. The Iranians were very hospitable and friendly. I was fetched at the Imam Khomeini Airport and driven at speeds sometimes exceeding 200 kph to the Hotel Esteghlal. Was not able to pick up any brass and no AK47's were in sight. In fact firearms are prohibited to civilians in Iran.

I am for dialogue, but in my opinion, the present Iranian governement is not open to dialogue.

At the Entrance to Hotel
http://i190.photobucket.com/albums/z83/PoodleTofi/P5310008.jpg

With some delegates
http://i190.photobucket.com/albums/z83/PoodleTofi/P5310013.jpg

Church in Tehran
http://i190.photobucket.com/albums/z83/PoodleTofi/P6010017.jpg

With Ambassador and Mrs. Aladdin Villacorte of the Phil Embassy, Iran
http://i190.photobucket.com/albums/z83/PoodleTofi/P6030030.jpg

With Con Gen Larry Santiago of the Phil Embassy, Iran
http://i190.photobucket.com/albums/z83/PoodleTofi/P6040037.jpg

gundog
06-05-2008, 21:53
nice to see you back safe and sound poodle. malabo pix bka nagiginnig un kumuha whahahaha

edtf
06-05-2008, 22:32
Food looks good!!!!! Made me hungry :) Welcome back Father.

vega
06-06-2008, 08:48
NAg-uwi ka ba ng head dress?

Poodle
06-06-2008, 17:40
NAg-uwi ka ba ng head dress?

Di. Baka mapagkamalan akon mullah. Galit na ang mga iranian sa mga mullah nila. Gusto na nilang bitayin.

Wp.22
06-06-2008, 19:44
Father P. are those lambchops in the giant skewers yummy

Poodle
06-08-2008, 16:44
Father P. are those lambchops in the giant skewers yummy

Very yummy. Skewered on swords practically.

edtf
06-08-2008, 17:18
Di. Baka mapagkamalan akon mullah. Galit na ang mga iranian sa mga mullah nila. Gusto na nilang bitayin.

Pardon the ignorance Father pero what is or who are mullah?

Poodle
06-08-2008, 18:27
Pardon the ignorance Father pero what is or who are mullah?

"Mullah" is a title given to some Islamic clergy, coming from the Arabic word mawla, meaning both 'vicar' and 'guardian.' In large parts of the Muslim world, particularly Iran, Afghanistan, Turkey, Central Asia and the Indian subcontinent, it is the name commonly given to local Islamic clerics or mosque leaders.

The term is most often applied to Shi'i clerics, as Shi'a Islam is the predominant tradition in Iran. However, the term is very common in Urdu, spoken throughout northern India, and it is used throughout the Indian subcontinent for any Muslim clergy, Sunni or Shi'a. Muslim clergy in Russia and other former Soviet republics are also referred to as mullahs, regardless of whether they are Sunni or Shi'a.

Ideally, a trained Mullah will have studied Islamic traditions (hadith), and Islamic law (fiqh). They are often hafiz, i.e. have memorized the Qur'an. However, uneducated villagers often recognize a literate Muslim with a less than complete Islamic training as their "mullah" or religious cleric. Mullahs with varying levels of training lead prayers in mosques, deliver religious sermons, and perform religious ceremonies such as birth rites and funeral services. They also often teach in a type of Islamic school known as a madrasah. This triumvirate of knowledge is applied mostly in interpreting Islamic texts (ie. the Quran, Hadiths, etc.) for matters of Shariah, ie Islamic law. Mullah's are often shown in western media as being extreme; it can be agreed that every muslim differs in the strenuousness of his/her practice, and belief in the teachings of Islam.

Until early 20th century, the term mullah was used in Iranian hawzas (seminaries) to refer to low-level clergy who specialized in telling stories of Ashura, rather than teaching or issuing fatwas. Today, the term mullah is sometimes used as a derogatory term for any Islamic cleric. It is common in Iran to refer to an ayatollah or other high level clerics, as a mullah, to ridicule his religious authority.