Thought this was pretty good. A group from EDL organised a demonstration outside a mosque.
They were invited in for tea and biscuits and ended playing football together.
York mosque counters EDL protest with tea, biscuits and football | UK news | guardian.co.uk
Hello people. I have been offered a 1981 380slc. I know absolutely nothing about these cars and was hoping people could advise me on what to look out for. :confused:
I have only had a quick look at the car for now and have really been drawn to the way it looks. Ive been told that it has been...
Im a British Muslim and the first thing I'd like to say is that my thoughts are with Lee Rigby's family. Someone they loved was brutally murdered by 2 evil people.
Im going to apologise in advance - this might be a long post.
Ive said this before, todays extremists did not...
Give me a couple of days and I'll get some together for you. (I've got a new Honda Jazz in that I'm retrimming for a dealer and they need it back urgently - soon as I'm done, I'll get them sorted).
As long as the centre cushion and centre vents are retrimmed well, the finish looks quite good -...
Apoolgies for the thread revival, but just seen it.
Its not that hard a conversion for an upholsterer. Give me your email address (and a few days to dig the bits out) and I'll send you some pictures of whats needed. If you can, get a rear centre section from a scrap yard as one will need to be...
Depends what you're going to use the car for. If you want cheap motoring, Nissan Micra or a Honda Civic.
Otherwise I'd go for a Honda Accord, Mitsubishi Shogun or a Mitsubishi RVR (with evolution running gear - absolute hoot to drive)
Just edited to add the Toyota Carina, another very reliable car
As an upholsterer I do quite a few seat repairs with split panels. I'd say that out off every 10 that come in (that arent cloth), 8 are vinyl and 2 leather. In my opinion the leather doesnt split as easily as vinyl (regardless of what fancy name is given to it), but does crease alot more.
I'm going a bit off topic here, so I apologise.
They might call themselves Sunni, but extremists like Wahabis are nothing short of evil. Not sure of the exact number, but I think there are 70+ different sects of Muslims (or groups or whatever anyone would like to call them).
No disrespect intended, so I hope this doen't cause offence, but that's hard to believe. I wish I was paying that! But I suppose if you're buying large enough quantities, anything's possible (although I'm still struggling to get my head round how any manufacturer could produce the customer bag...
You'll always get 2 sides to this. 1st thing is that dealers pay alot more than £15 for them. If the gentleman above can get Genuine complete kits for that, I'd like to buy them.
There are products out there that are better, but that will always be the case as technology improves.
In my opinion...
I personally prefer using compressors, although to be fair I don't have that much experience with blowers.
You can put in line filters on compressors to make the air cleaner (especially to catch moisture) and they don't cost much. I also think compressors are invaluable for blowing dirt out of...
Like I said, please do some research if you are genuinely interested.
Islam is over 1400 years old.
Wahabism was founded in the 18th century in what is currently called Saudi Arabia. The country should be Arabia, not Saudi Arabia. Even looking at "the fountain of all knowledge" :rolleyes: Wiki...
No offence taken. You'd be surprised at how many Muslims don't agree with the Taliban or Wahabism/Salafis. Thankfully these evil people are a minority.
Unfortunately that doesn't make interesting reading or sell newspapers.