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Abdel Irada
Member since Apr-14-12
<السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته>

("As-salaamu alaykum wa rahmatu Allah wa barakatuhu.")

<May peace be upon you, and the mercy and blessings of God.>


Call me Ismail.

This is short for my Muslim name: إسماعيل عبد الإرادة (Ismail Abdelirada). (My real name is quite different, but for reasons of privacy I do not choose to share it here. Others who have shared it did so without my consent.)

Until 2013, my wife, نظيرة (Nazeera), and I lived in Camazotz, California, a small town filled with rugged individualists who all do the same ruggedly individual things at the same ruggedly individual time in the same ruggedly individual way.

We then lived for 16 months in San Francisco, where mobile tsunami alarms ply the streets in the chill hours before dawn, pterodactyls wheeze politely as they choke on refuse under your windows six times a day, and you know it's time to cross the street when someone opens up on you with an Uzi. (Okay. Literally, the street sweepers make a noise when they start that resembles a tsunami alarm, the garbage and recycling trucks really do make a wheezing sound, and yes, the crossing signals on Market and several nearby streets actually sound like a machine gun. Unable to account for all of this in any other way, I have concluded that the City and County of San Francisco are inordinately clever in devising new ways to annoy residents.)

On the other hand, a few blocks away, we could get some of the world's best five-meat pizza, cooked halal by Mexican chefs in an Italian restaurant operated by Egyptians. (It's on Eerie Boulevard between Clones and Leavin'-Worth.)

Now we are back in Santa Cruz, at least until we can secure the necessary documents to begin our jihad:

We intend, God willing, to fly to Morocco, and then set out on foot from Tangier, along the coast of the Mediterranean, to Tarifa, Spain — a distance of just under ten thousand miles.

Our purpose in doing this is to spread a message of peace and brotherhood, both within Islam and between faiths.

Many people — and in particular many Muslims, even before we became Muslim — have been kind to us in countless ways. Now Allah has put this jihad into my heart to give me an opportunity, perhaps, to give something back at long last.


“Of no avail,” saith Richard Burton in his translation of _The Thousand And One Nights_, “is a twice-told tale.”

So, if you want to learn more about me, check this page (which will probably tell you far more than you wanted to know — ha ha, hee hee, ho ho!):

If you want to reach me off site, click here: I will then (assuming you give me a valid address to which to reply) write back to establish direct contact.

(I forbear to offer harvester bots my direct email address by displaying it here.)

A moiety>

يا حبيبي، يا حياتي

و يا الألمي

:قال لني، قال لني، من فضلك

لم أنت تسحرني؟

:قال لني، قال لني، من فضلك

لم أنت تجاد قابي؟


Yā habībī, yā hayātī

Wa yā 'l-alamī

Qāl linī, qāl linī, min fadlukī:

Lima enti tasaharanī?

Qāl linī, qāl linī, min fadlukī:

Lima enti tajalada 'albī?

Vers libre>

Daily the freeway edges a little nearer.
Daily it grows a little bigger, dirtier,
More crowded, more congested. Daily it
Roars ever so slightly louder, with just
So much deeper a note of menace.
Pollution, too, and airborne death in

A thousand shapes: daily the freeway
Vomits a fraction more of these its woes
Upon a luckless downwind multitude.

Daily wanes the scant screen of ragged redwoods
That have for so long stood sentinel —
Forlorn hopes, perhaps; reminders of
A better time; symbols still, whether
Effectual or no — melting almost
Perceptibly before thousands of luckless
Downwind faces. Daily, too, the CalTrans
Trucks rattle past, rows of steel carrion
Beetles grown enormous, racing to some
Wound in raped and moribund nature's flesh
To aid in the corruption.

<Fluid Fire
A Carminal>

Who but she, that fluid fire of my heart,
Hath eyes of ice in burning aqua framed,
Whose sparks like midnight fountains' blazes start To flash in spectral firestreaks from their spheres Like firefalls on mountain cascades untamed
Or dance of city lights on darkling meres?

Who but she, igniter of blood and mind,
Hath on her head a crown of gold ablaze
In tides of fire surging to make eyes blind
From phosphor seas of moonbeams burning bright
As gold and pearls in gulfs of silver rays
Whose waves like gems blaze in dawn's topaz light?

Who but she, she who sets men's souls afire,
Hath aspect so with beauty's rays aflame
That bright heaven's stars to its beams aspire
And the very sun envies its fair glow
And maids fair as the moon on it lay blame
Like night unstarred outshone by sun-gilt snow?

Who but she hath all these? Yet all were naught
But for that taintless mind, that force of thought, And perfect beacon soul of love's light wrought.

"Not ignorant of trials, I now can learn to help the miserable."

— Dido, queen of Carthage, in Virgil's _The Aeneid_. Full Member

   Abdel Irada has kibitzed 21102 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-24-17 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Abdel Irada: ∞ That's just the thing, <HeMateMe>. One can't make hard-and-fast statements about half the population at a go. People are individuals, and the variations from one individual to another will always be greater than any statistical difference between groups or classes
   Mar-24-17 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
Abdel Irada: ∞ <al wazir: <Abdel Irada>: Though I can't reproduce the detailed content of that conversation, I think this site, posted by the American Dental Association, is a reasonable proxy for it: .... It's dated 2005, but I think it ...
   Mar-23-17 Abdel Irada chessforum
Abdel Irada: ∞ <Mrs Butterworth: Thank you for generously accepting my right to exist.> That isn't exactly what I wrote. Let's compare. <As annoying as sockpuppets can be, they are apparently accepted by the admins as long as they aren't used for "nefarious purposes," such ...
   Mar-23-17 A Srebrnic vs A Benderac, 2007 (replies)
Abdel Irada: ∞ <BOSTER: < Abdel Irada : to which I see no better reply than 23...Qxg5>. What about 23...Ne5?> If 23. ...Ne5? 24. Qxe5, Qxg5 25. Qd6+, Ke8 26. Qxc6+, Kf8▢ 27. Qxa8+, Qd8 28. Qxd8#. ∞
   Mar-23-17 Alburt vs J A Rizzitano, 1984 (replies)
Abdel Irada: ∞ <perfidious: In E Magerramov vs Chiburdanidze, 1980, White played the safer 13.f3....> That would have been my first choice, although it can make development of the king's knight less than smooth. Also worth considering is 13. Bxc5, giving up the two bishops for a
   Mar-22-17 R Polaczek vs A Antoniou, 2007 (replies)
Abdel Irada: ∞ <Carlos0012358: 28.f5 is the obvious one 28.Ndb5 is the subtle and deadly one> 28. Ncxb5/Ndxb5 is about as subtle as a piledriver. ∞
   Mar-22-17 F Berkes vs M Neubauer, 2007 (replies)
Abdel Irada: ∞ <<the singular being incorrectly used in place of the plural> I find it's more often the other way round.> As I just inadvertently demonstrated. :-S For whatever reason, even educated English speakers are fond of saying "criteria" when they mean ...
   Mar-21-17 D B C Prasad vs V Samolins, 2017
Abdel Irada: ∞ <morfishine: <Abdel Irada...Is there another kind of suicide?> Yes, there is suicide by proxy, but that belongs over at <KR>> Suicide-by-proxy applies only when <Aunt Butterpawn> is involved. ∞
   Mar-19-17 E Tate vs A Chibukhchian, 2013 (replies)
Abdel Irada: ∞ So, Black *did* play 21. ...Kf8, and had a resource I hadn't considered in 22. ...Bd4. I suppose I can only take partial credit for this one. ∞
   Mar-18-17 Yifan Hou vs Li Chao, 2011
Abdel Irada: ∞ The plot ̶s̶i̶c̶k̶e̶n̶s̶ thickens: Kibitzer's Café (kibitz #197274) ∞
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  perfidious: <Abdel Irada>, have read your posts from time to time on the just world hypothesis and just came across this, in an article on Wikipedia:

<....(Melvin) Lerner's inquiry was influenced by repeatedly witnessing the tendency of observers to blame victims for their suffering. During his clinical training as a psychologist, he observed treatment of mentally ill persons by the health care practitioners with whom he worked. Though he knew them to be kindhearted, educated people, they often blamed patients for the patients' own suffering. Lerner also describes his surprise at hearing his students derogate....the poor, seemingly oblivious to the structural forces that contribute to poverty. In a study on rewards, he observed that when one of two men was chosen at random to receive a reward for a task, that caused him to be more favorably evaluated by observers, even when the observers had been informed that the recipient of the reward was chosen at random. Existing social psychological theories, including cognitive dissonance, could not fully explain these phenomena. The desire to understand the processes that caused these phenomena led Lerner to conduct his first experiments on what is now called the just-world hypothesis....>

Jan-08-17  thegoodanarchist: <AI> I think that your most commendable trait <on line> is the ability you have to step aside from partisan bickering to share a food recipe with a fellow verbal combatant.

I respect that, because it is a rare trait, and an admirable trait at the same time.

So here is a recipe that I made for the second time tonight, and it is the most delicious vegan recipe I've ever made.

The first time I skimped on the lime juice. And it was tasty.

Today I put in the amount of lime juice (and ginger) called for by the recipe. And wow! Just wow!. I made it exactly, except I used dry cilantro instead of fresh. I bet fresh is better, but it was awesome none the less.

Feb-20-17  Nisjesram: Reposted from rogoff forum

My question to you <big pawn> : <abdel irada> says that you made strong arguments in OMV theory. He says you are smart/intelligent. However, at the same time he says you are dishonest in discussion - you want to win debates and score points. I have respect both for you and <abdel irada> and I say both premises of OMV are true except that god should be replaced with uncaused cause (you already explained that uncaused cause and god are equivalent , however, we have not examined that equivalence yet in this forum. ) I want to discuss my understanding of spirituality with both you and <abdel irada> however I must say that I tend to agree with <abdel irada> that you are more interested in dominating and winning than having an honest , dispassionate discussion. That is a shame because you are so smart/intelligent that it would be very fruitful if I can have an honest discussion with you. I am on left but only a little left of centre and agree with many of your positions. However , I disagree with some of your positions as well - I am in favor of people having choice of abortion , I am in favor of people having choice of having homosexual relations. Well, coming back to spirituality - I think my understanding of teachings of Jesus is different from your understanding and I want an honest discussion with both you and <abdel irada> and <ohiochessfan> and others in this forum. Can I expect an honest and respectful discussion with you? If yes, then I will have that discussion here - perhaps today - and I would very much like that .

If not , then I will request <abdel irada> to have that discussion in his forum.

Thank you

Feb-20-17  Nisjesram: <abdel irada> , I would like to discuss my understanding of spirituality with you , if you please.

I would like to have your inputs if you find any holes/inconsistencies/contradictions, if you please.

Thank you

Feb-21-17  Nisjesram: Not in your forum - on your website instead
Feb-22-17  Nisjesram: Hey <abdel irada> , you not replying to my question and that is hurting my fragile ego which is already bruised because I feel stupid for wasting so much time on that nutcase <big pawn> I want to talk to you in a better place than this forum - a place which is free from the inanities of idiots like <big pawn> and <diceman>

These idiots don't allow an atmosphere for uninterrupted fruitful conversation and I very badly need help of someone like you (without wasting much of your time).

If I email you , will you reply or ignore me the way you are ignoring me here.

Thank you.

P.s. I reposted from rogoff forum because I may miss your reply there. I don't get to spend much time on rogoff forum these days - very busy. I may easily miss your reply there. Too many posts there every time I visit for a minute

Feb-22-17  Nisjesram: <johnbarleycorn> , leave <abdel irada> alone , man. You making a fool of yourself. What have you got to do with him? Is he harming you ? Bothering you? Don't you have anything better to do with your time/life? Are you too crazy like <big pawn>? <abdel irada> is ok . he is smart , intelligent and ethical too. <big pawn> on the other hand is dishonest and nutcase.

Only things that bother me about <abdel irada> are that 1)he wastes too much time on nutcases like <big pawn>

2)he takes this forum and himself too seriously - as if he would provide some great service if he would defeat nutcase <big pawn> in some debate.

As if there are countless invisible readers out there who would be affected by debates of <abdel> here. That is some crazy delusion. You not shaping minds of people like Chomsky, zakaria, bill o Reilly - bill o Reilly is kind of crazy but a lot of people follow him so he can make a strong impact by his demagoguery.

Whereas <abdel> - he can help only a handful of people who are reading this forum.

I repeat - wake up <abdel>. There are no invisible readers . stop wasting time on nutcases like <big pawn>. It is not going to matter one tiny bit if you conclusively beat that clown in a debate.

Anyway , none of my business.

However, what I am saying is - <abdel> , instead of wasting time on this nutcase <big pawn> , talk to me . only for a short while. I won't take much of your time.

And not in this crazy forum but through email

Feb-22-17  Nisjesram: <shams> and <check it out> , I would like to talk to you two through email, if you please. If you two have some time - only a little time. I won't take much of your time.

Thank you.

Feb-22-17  Nisjesram: Reposted from rogoff forum:

<big pawn> <may ask you what you think of the bible, so with that in mind, I offer this bit of special preparation specifically designed to meet with <Indian Tuna's> take on the bible:>

<big pawn> , you are idiot. I am not interested in bible, Christianity , Hinduism (or any other religion) per se.

I am interested in being sinless - being pure - and knowing the secrets of existence. Having direct experience of soul , god.

Towering intellect of Indian tuna .... Idiot. All the time - towering intellect of <big pawn> ...towering intellect of this , towering intellect of that. Idiot. What have you got to show for your intellect if you are so smart. Have you had any direct experience of soul/god or they just concept for you.

You were giving recipe of some salad here.

Now , if I tell you about gulab jamun - an Indian dish . will that help you? Do you eat menu or food? Unless you eat gulab jamun what good is it for you ?

Intellectual knowledge of bible - what good is that, you idiot ? Show me what bible did for you at the level of experience. Ask me what spirituality did for me at the level of experience.

Well, I am just wasting time again on an idiot. You not going to get it. You are too dumb. 'I am winning, I dominating, I am king'. Stupid. You are a clown wasting your life

Feb-22-17  Nisjesram: Will someone tell me why <big pawn> has problem with homosexuality? Because bible says so? Or there is some real, sound reason? Does this guy use his brain or blindly follows what is written in bible?
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  Abdel Irada: ∞

A hearty thank-you to my unknown benefactor/benefactress for the year of membership.

Jazak Allah khayr: May God reward you well.

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  cormier: <<<<<<<<AI> ... these in 2014 was the reasons why i had taken the star avatar .....>

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<hoodrobin:> Sorry to bother you, what is your avatar star polygon? I think it was a windows savescreen... perhaps.>

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<cormier:> for me it's a star ... green is the color of hope .... on our acadian flag there is a big yellow star <the stela maria representing mother mary> so the nearer i have been able to find was this one>

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<hoodrobin:> Stella Maris (latin). Acadia history is very interesting and google is great to learn.>

of course this is all pass-away to me now, i now got the holy-familly=the little trinity .......> ths G>

Mar-16-17  Mrs Butterworth: Testing.
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I am fine, thanks for asking. And you? I see you got your Preemy reinstated- excellent!

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  Abdel Irada: ∞

Glad to hear it!

I'm well, if a little outnumbered by <Big Pawn> sockpuppets. :-D

(Now, about the Preemy: You wouldn't have had anything to do with that?

If you did, thank you.)

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I didn't renew your preemy this time- which is scientific proof that you have more than one (1) fan at this website. Science now proves that you have at least two (2) fans, which is likely two (2) more than I have.

On <Prawn>, what is his obsession with pancake syrup? Do you think his favorite children's book was <Little Black Sambo>?

Actually that would explain a lot.

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  Abdel Irada: ∞

<Science now proves that you have at least two (2) fans, which is likely two (2) more than I have.>

Says the woman whose forum runs to 1273 pages. :-D

Anyway, whoever did it, I am thankful. If nothing else, a premium membership really helps when it comes time to search out when somebody said something that he's now trying to deny.

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  Abdel Irada: ∞

Sadly, it appears that <Big Pawn>'s literary idols include some of my own: Edgar Allan Poe and H.P. Lovecraft (as he proved by posting a virulently racist quotation from the latter, which was sufficiently egregious to be deleted from the <Rogoff> free-fire forum).

How he got from there to pancake syrups is not clear.

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I also love Poe and Lovecraft, and I'm not a fan of those who suggest that Lovecraft's work be devalued because of his overt racism. His racism became tempered over time, due to the influence of his wife- though that marriage proved fruitless in the end to Lovecraft's overall happiness. At any rate, the marriage ended.

None of that affects the beauty of his work. One can trot out racist or otherwise objectionable passages from a host of otherwise brilliant writers.

It's deplorable, but no show stopper for those interested in literary quality.

I suspected that <Prawn's> own virulent racism led him to choose <Aunt Jemima>. Perhaps he "reasoned" that because Aunt Jemima syrup had an arguably objectionable picture on the bottle, therefore all pancake syrup is racist?

This is no sillier than his claim that "racism doesn't exist because there's no such thing as races."

At any rate, I doubt <Prawn> is worth of much, if any, analysis. I believe your diagnosis of sociopathy tells us all we need to know about this sad case.

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  Abdel Irada: ∞

Lovecraft did indeed temper (although probably not altogether abandon) his youthful racism, but I think that had less to do with his short-lived marriage than with the march of history.

Despite his conservatism, Lovecraft was always very poor, and eventually he became a New Deal Democrat. I believe what happened with his racial attitudes represented a similar sea-change.

(Also, he was intelligent enough to see in the abstract what was wrong with racist "reasoning," as evinced in stories where such entities as the Old Ones of Antarctica, despite being utterly alien to anything in our experience, were for all meaningful purposes *people* with admirable qualities with whom one could sympathize. And if one could achieve such sympathy with flying, stellate-headed, claw-footed aliens from the spaces between the stars, then surely one could do the same for one's fellow humans.)

It's unfortunate that <BP> learned the racism, but not how to overcome it. But then, <BP> is fundamentally dishonest, and the first person he has deceived is himself.

Anyway, I'm not going to complain about his sociopathic decision to argue through sockpuppets. It's absolutely typical of his condition, and like much sociopathic behavior, it carries and germinates the seeds of its own destruction. Already half the forum sees him as insane, and the more <Mrs Butterworth> pops up and attacks people "she" should have no reason to attack, the worse it will get for him.

I note that <MB> didn't post yesterday, so maybe he's figuring this out. But time will tell.

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  perfidious: I should not be at all surprised to see <butterworth> go into the shades permanently, if his driving licence got pulled, courtesy of the admins.

If that was indeed the case, it is odds-on that the self-imposed three-post limit per day by <daddy> will be instantly cast aside.

On Lovecraft, I wonder how much his views modified over time, though it seems apparent that later in life, he was not the same character who penned <On The Creation Of N******>, aged twenty-two and very much a callow youth in certain ways.

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  Abdel Irada: ∞

<perfidious: I should not be at all surprised to see <butterworth> go into the shades permanently, if his driving licence got pulled, courtesy of the admins.>

As annoying as sockpuppets can be, they are apparently accepted by the admins as long as they aren't used for "nefarious purposes," such as casting multiple votes in the Caissars.

I've often said I think this is too permissive, but that is the practice as it was explained to me. (And of course much is permitted in the <Kenneth Rogoff> forum that would be sanctioned almost anywhere else on the site.)

<Mrs Butterworth> is probably on a lot of ignore lists (and probably a lot of those lists also contain <Big Pawn>), but at this point I find this whole psychodrama deeply entertaining.

It is very rare, I think, for someone to suffer personality dissociation in full view of the multitude.

In most people's case, I'd want to try to help them *get* help, but since <BP> is also an obvious sociopath who has transgressed every boundary of ethics and decorum in his attempts to calumniate me and others whom I call friends, I am content to stand by and watch him come apart like a wasp larva-ridden caterpillar on the day the parasitoids outgrow their ambulatory feast and tunnel out of what will presently be its corpse.

Mar-23-17  Mrs Butterworth: Thank you for generously accepting my right to exist.

You may not believe it, but I am nothing like <Big Pawn>, although I do admire his polemical style and the way he puts everyone back on their heels.

Just because you're a fairy tale expert and see imaginary sockpuppets everywhere, doesn't mean your paranoid fantasy is reality, or that <Big Pawn> is a sociopath. He's just smarter than everyone else in the thread, and you're filled with envy and <anger> because you wish you could be like him.

Have a nice day, <abby the jealous>.

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  diceman: <Abdel Irada:

<Mrs Butterworth> is probably on a lot of ignore lists>

...cept Abdel's. As he would put no one,
...well, you know the shtick.

<(and probably a lot of those lists also contain <Big Pawn>)>

Of course, as long as you are in “whining/crying” mode, you cant resist what sticks in your craw.
(I not a religious expert, but I would imagine it must “stick in the craw” halal style)

Notice that, because the liberal cant win in the real world, the liberal “decides” what “everyone thinks and does” to create “his” winning argument.
(“In-between the ears” is special under liberalism)

Also that ignoring, and intolerance, is an enlightened mode of existence.
(Whoa, that could be why Chicago isn't on their map)

<I find this whole psychodrama deeply entertaining.>

Another tell. (as our remora/card boy would say)

Like saffuna/Bartle they find everything hilarious. They laff, and laff, and laff, as they whine and cry.

“Don't you know anything diceman? When I went on ignore, and started calling folks names, I was laughing hysterically!”

  <Mrs Butterworth: Thank you for generously accepting my right to exist. You may not believe it, but I am nothing like <Big Pawn>, although I do admire his polemical style and the way he puts everyone back on their heels.>

Remember Mrs Butterworth, their world is binary. Either you “is” or you “ain't.”
As of this morning, the handbook of liberal infractions stands at 1,487,567 pages. (with the ink still wet on the last 500 pages)

<1,487,567 pages.>

The tax-code, US Budget, ain't got nothing on liberals.

<their world is binary. Either you “is” or you “ain't.”>

The hysteresis is so low, even “al-ways boring” sometimes triggers it. However, his hate, intolerance, ignorance, assures him much quality time latched at zero!

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  Abdel Irada: ∞

<Mrs Butterworth: Thank you for generously accepting my right to exist.>

That isn't exactly what I wrote. Let's compare.

<As annoying as sockpuppets can be, they are apparently accepted by the admins as long as they aren't used for "nefarious purposes," such as casting multiple votes in the Caissars.>

This isn't about *me* accepting or not accepting anyone; it's about the admins accepting sockpuppets.

And since you have interpreted this as "accepting [your] right to exist," I guess you just confessed to being a sockpuppet.

Thank you for your candor.

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