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Thursday, August 18, 2016

Kako Band - Paradise





New Song from the Iranian band "Kako Band" named "Paradise"
Download with 320kbps high quality or listen online. For Free

Kako Band - Invite

Kako Band - Invite (Daevat)
Kako Band is a new iranian music band, "Invite" is their first album. They have an special genre and the language of their song is English and Arabic
Song List (Click on the song name for listening online):
2- Fall
7- My Planet 

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Wakie Plus for iOS

Wakie+ (edited version)
Also in (Wakie Hacks)

So welcome!
We made an edited version from wakie app for iOS
This edited version is based on some old version of wakie.

With this edited version you can:
 - Make Accounts without phone number verification
 - Fake your country in your profile
 - Come back to wakie even if you were banned
 - Spam any phone number with sms verification messages from wakie
 - Make unlimited accounts

Things you need:
 1- An iDevice (iPhone, iPad, iPod)
 2- Jailbreaked iOS
 3- Tweak from Cydia for installing unofficial apps
 4- Wakie Plus (download wakie plus for iOS) Download Link Removed, Wakie is a good place, lets keep it clean.

So lets get started:

1- How to jailbreak my iDevice?
  Google it an use other available guides on internet for it
2- How to install the app?
  again use google for that, we want to make this guide as short as possible

3- How to signup without phone number?
  3.1- Open your app
  3.2- Select a random country and enter a random number lol if it did ask you to enter code it means that number was user for making an account before, so enter an other number
  3.3- You will now see the main English feed
  3.4- Tap on "More" and config your profile info as you want

4- How to fake my country?
  With this version you can fake your country to show any country that you want in your profile, do as follow:
  4.1- Open your app, Select "More" from dock menu, and then tap on the pen icon
  4.2- Tap on phone number section at the end of menu, Then Select the country that you wish to be shown as
  4.3- enter a random number that would not be unusual (for phone numbers)
  4.4- You will see the verification page
  4.5- Press back button (or X button) and go back to "more" menu in wakie
  4.6- Tap on Pen icon, then Phone number at the bottom of page then tap on X at the top of screen and go back to the page that you see your profile, Do this 3-4 times and you will see the flag got changed under your picture
  4.7- It's done, now everyone will see the new country under your profile pic

5- How to come back to wakie after getting banned?
  5.1- Delete edited wakie
  5.2- Reinstall edited wakie
  (You can also use UDID Faker app from cydia)
  (If you did the above steps and you couldn't come back to wakie, try making a new account)

6- How to spam someone's phone number with sms
 (Do this at your own risk, i am not responsible for anything)
  6.1- First make an account
  6.2- Tap on "More" then tap on pen icon from above the screen
  6.3- Tap on Phone number from end of the page
  6.4- Enter the phone number then tap on tick icon from above the screen
  6.5- Tap on back icon from above the page then tap on tick icon
  6.6- Repeat step 6.5

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

M3NI - Game Over

New Song (or Beat) By M3NI called Game Over
This beat is a rap based 8bit beat plus some rock flavor.
Download from SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/m3ni-946311748/m3ni-game-over
Download from M3NI MSE: http://www.m3ni.com/270147973/m3ni-game-over.html

Monday, June 13, 2016

Ho3ein - Rishe (Ft Bigrez)




New Song From Ho3ein Called Rishe (Root)

Download From M3NI MSE + Online Playback

Thursday, June 2, 2016

Crawling in you

A Remix song from "Ghost in the machine" that was a mix from the songs "crawling" by Linkin Park and "Where'd You Go" From fort minor. To be honest this is the best remix that i have heard.
LP Fans should really listen to this

Friday, May 27, 2016

Pakistani husbands can ‘lightly beat’ their wives, Islamic council says





As said by Washington post:


When Pakistan’s most populated province approved a law this year that gives women protection – and a potential escape – from abusive husbands, the country’s powerful Council of Islamic Ideology strongly opposed the move.
The council, also known as the CII and made up of Islamic clerics and scholars who advise Pakistani legislators, said it was “un-Islamic” for women to leave an abusive relationship and seek refuge in a shelter.
Before the bill is expanded from Punjab to other areas of Pakistan, the council said it wanted to weigh in with its own proposal. A draft of the proposal is now complete, and reads like an appalling misprint: Husbands should be allowed to “lightly beat” their wives, the CII recommends.
“A husband should be allowed to lightly beat his wife if she defies his commands and refuses to dress up as per his desires; turns down demand of intercourse without any religious excuse or does not take bath after intercourse or menstrual periods,” the report states, according to Pakistan’s Express-Tribune newspaper.
Reached by phone, a CII official confirmed the report to The Washington Post, but stressed that some changes could still be made to the document before it is forwarded to lawmakers for review.
Currently, Pakistan’s domestic violence abuse laws are vague, although prosecution even in the most heinous cases has been rare.
The CII, which claims that its recommendations are based on Koranic teachings and Sharia law, also seeks to legalize domestic violence if a woman refuses to cover her head or face in public, “interacts with strangers; speaks loud enough that she can easily be heard by strangers; and provides monetary support to people without taking consent of her spouse,” the Express-Tribune reported.
Although the recommendations are nonbinding, the 163-page document does provide a window into how the most conservative strains of Islam still view the role of women.
The document would ban women from appearing in television or print advertising and would prohibit female nurses from treating male patients. It also would give a husband permission to forbid his wife from visiting males other than relatives.
In an interview, Farzana Bari, an Islamabad-based human rights activist, said the proposal should persuade Pakistanis to rally for the council to be permanently disbanded.
“It shows the decadent mindset of some elements who are part of the council,” Bari said. “The proposed bill has nothing to do with Islam and it would just bring a bad name to this country.”
Bari notes that even if finalized, the proposal has almost no chance of becoming law.
Despite its reputation for being a place where women’s rights lag decades behind the West, Pakistan is actually far more advanced than some other Islamic countries.
Pakistani women have had the right to vote since 1947, the same year that Pakistan was partitioned from India. In 1988, Pakistanis elected the late Benazir Bhutto as prime minister, the first Muslim-majority nation to install a female head of state.
Unlike in Saudi Arabia, Pakistani women are permitted to drive. There are no formal restrictions on what women in Pakistan can wear in public; such decisions are generally made based on a woman’s cultural upbringing.
But the freedom women have in major cities such as Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore are often not available to them in more rural areas of the country.
Under its constitution, Pakistan is an “Islamic republic" with democratically elected national and provincial legislators. The Council of Islamic Ideology was created so that legislators can seek clerics’ advice before implementing legislation that may conflict with Islamic law.
If legislators defy the council, its members have been known to accuse lawmakers of blasphemy. In Pakistan, a formal blasphemy charge can be punishable by death.
Even the CII, however, appears to be trying to moderate some of its views. The draft document includes provisions endorsing women in government and says a girl should be able to marry without her parents' permission, according to the Express-Tribune.
On one matter, the CII appears even more tolerant than religious conservatives in the United States. It is proposing to wait up until 120 days after conception before abortion is declared “murder.”
But Bari hopes the Pakistani public sees the document for what it is: a cringe-worthy example of why the CII should be disbanded.
In national elections, Islamist parties with close links to CII members generally receive no more than 10 percent of the total national vote. Absent political support, the CII has become a vehicle for allowing extreme views to remain entrenched in public policy, she said.
“Violence against women can’t be accepted, and it’s time for the nation to stand up to people who come up with such proposed laws,” Bari said.

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