Mashiur Rahman

Rookie - 298 Points (Naogaon Bangladesh)

Respect & Love




Must know
Love & respect women And baby
When you are A Fighter.

Peoples have no nation, humanity first
And then after women and men (some exceptions) .
But the difference of the regional and geographical, language.
so, we can say people to be the human race is different.
We, as the
some English,
some German,
some Chinese,
some Arabian,
some Percy etc.

Must know
Love & respect women And baby
When you are A Fighter.

He may be in any community or nation.
We have seen that in the history of any community or nation
To another community or nation
who does not love & respect women
How difficulty babes are killed.
They may very organize and advance,
Because of that, they do their own fall.

Must know
Love & respect women And baby
When you are A Fighter

The fall of the Pharaoh King 'Faraun'.
'Nomrud' the fall of the King.
The Indian king 'Kungsha', the fall of that.
The fall of the King 'Rabon.
The beginning of the 20th century
The fall of the Nathsi forces of Hitler.
In 1971, At
Who raped women and children hurt on the Bangle and murder
Was the main reason to fall of Pakistan and their companions

And for those two bad
God's by own hand,
how angry and get the ultimate fall at last.

Submitted: Sunday, February 02, 2014
Edited: Friday, February 07, 2014

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