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Can someone tell me how much it would be to travel from Virginia to London,England?

Question by Jessica: Can someone tell me how much it would be to travel from Virginia to London,England?
I don’t need hotel/motel cost. I just need the cheapest flight cost and some different options.

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Answer by Kyo Waii
06:11 RIC – 21:55 LHR
10h 44
1 stop IAD
07:45 LHR – 13:01 RIC
10h 16
1 stop IAD
Flight details
$ 835
Continental Airlines will take you there and back, and the price is indicated above as well. Hope it helps!

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How much does a road trip from Florida to Maine cost & what can we do?

Question by Steph Andrea: How much does a road trip from Florida to Maine cost & what can we do?
My friend & I are planning a trip from Florida to Maine and we’re wondering how much it would cost. Also, what are some interesting things we can do in these states:

Georgia, North/South Carolina, Virginia, Maryland/Washington DC, Pennsylvania, New York/New York City, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Kentucky, Tennessee

Any suggestions are appreciated!

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Answer by S. J
About $ 100 per day average . . . . unless you sleep in the car !

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how much do servers working at the hotels make? whats the best hotel to work at in Virginia.?

Question by SuperCobra: how much do servers working at the hotels make? whats the best hotel to work at in Virginia.?

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Answer by audioworld
they make minium wage

Best is the Hyatt in Crystal City, Va…a lot of celebs and great tip

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You spent how much for Valentines’ Day?

You spent how much for Valentines’ Day?
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Wishing all flickr friends the best on Valentines’ Day – at no monetary cost – : }

Americans will spend .6 billion this year for Valentine’s Day.
According to the survey, the average person who celebrates Valentine’s Day will spend 6. Men are doing most of the spending – 9 on average. The survey said women are spending dollars.

51 percent of people who celebrate will buy candy.
36 percent will buy flowers.
36 percent will take someone out on an evening date.
19 percent will give someone jewelry.
13 percent will give a gift card as a present.

The NRF polled more than 9,000 lovebirds and found that the average person planned to spend on their spouse or significant other, up from last year. Additionally, shoppers were expected to shell out an average of .25 on their children, parents or other family members; .92 on their friends; and .52 on their pets.

That’s right: their pets. According to a separate survey of 6,000 pet owners, conducted by Petplan pet insurance, 78% said they’d spend money on Valentine’s Day treats for their furry friends. About 62% of pet parents said they’d drop up to ; 27%, as much as ; and 11%, even more.

And it’s not only retailers and pets who are expected to see a boost this week. Another surprising group that routinely enjoys a bit of a windfall around Valentine’s Day?

Divorce lawyers.

Divorce filings rise about 40% this time of year, says data from Avvo, a site that rates and ranks lawyers. And lawyers are capitalizing on the trend. One firm in West Virginia, for example, attracts potential clients by announcing a contest to give away a free divorce. Unhappy spouses in the state need only visit Webb Law’s website and fill out a form – the person with the most compelling reason for needing a free divorce, wins

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how much would i pay per month for insurance on a $100,000 condo in northern virginia?

Question by : how much would i pay per month for insurance on a 0,000 condo in northern virginia?
say the condo is a few miles outside DC, is worth 100,000-120,000
whats the ball park amount id have to pay for insurance each year?

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Answer by Common Sense
We are not psychic. There are many variables.

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how much is workers comp insurance in virginia?

Question by DANIEL W: how much is workers comp insurance in virginia?
i am a truck owner operator and need comp according to my company i am leased to

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Answer by jmi0975
It should be fairly inexpensive – however, you should find a licensed agent to provide you with a quote as the rates are going to vary by company and depending on the limits you are required to carry.

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Hand Book Shows ICNA’s True Goals
IPT News
December 6, 2010…

The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) is preaching a global Caliphate and Islamic Shari’a law over America to its members, according to the 2010 ICNA Member’s Hand Book. This is a very different message than the group’s public outreach efforts, and contradicts claims that the organization is a tolerant, mainstream Islamic group.

As the hand book spells out, the organization’s ultimate goal is "the Establishment of Islam" as the sole basis of global society and governance. It also encourages members to deceive people in its proselytizing campaign to help fulfill this goal. This aim is one that ICNA has been actively pursuing as the group has set its sights on America’s constitutional separation of religion and state.

It’s not the first example of radicalism by one of America’s largest Muslim organizations. ICNA’s magazine has featured interviews with terrorist leaders in Pakistan, called on youth to fight abroad in Kashmir, and honored like-minded extremist organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood and South Asia’s Jamaat-e-Islami. Concerns have also been expressed about 5 young members of the group’s Virginia mosque, who were arrested and convicted on terrorism charges after attempting to link up with and fight for Pakistani terror groups in December 2009.

As the hand book explains, ICNA doesn’t just believe that religion is a private affair. "Establishment of the Religion" extends beyond the individual and family and into the society, state, and world. "These words [Establishment of the Religion] include not only practicing the religion in individual and collective life and propagating its true teaching to others, but also striving to make this Deen [religion] a way of life for all," the hand book reads.

ICNA’s charter is even more explicit. It calls for the "establishment of the Islamic system of life" in the world, "whether it pertains to beliefs, rituals and morals or to economic, social or political spheres."

For ICNA, this means being the American branch of a global phenomenon that they refer to as the ‘Islamic Movement.’ The 2010 Hand Book notes, branches of this movement "are active in various parts of the world to achieve the same objectives. It is our obligation as Muslims to engage in the same noble cause here in North America."

Working in an ‘Islamic Movement’ culminates in an Islamic super-state, the Caliphate, the hand book says. Believers have an obligation to strive to reestablish a collective body of Muslims worldwide, organized into the super-state under the direction of a Caliphate and Islamic law. The group wants "the united Muslim Ummah [community] in a united Islamic state, governed by an elected khalifah in accordance with the laws of shari’ah."

While these ideas may have been popularized decades before by the Muslim Brotherhood and South Asian radicals in Jamaat-e-Islami, ICNA is emphasizing them today in its education and membership.

The group also realizes that achieving its aim is a slow process and involves several stages. In a section called, "Levels of work by the Islamic Movement," ICNA lists five stages to attain a global Caliphate. The group advocates spreading its view of Islam to Muslims and non-Muslims alike, starting with the individual and family, and then implementing the "Establishment of the Religion" in the society, state, and global level.

In the early stages, members pass through the "Tarbiyah Process," an education consisting of radical literature promoting Islam in place of Western systems at later stages in the Islamic Movement. For example, the group advocates that members read Fathi Yakin’s To Be A Muslim, a book which declares that "true commitment requires every Muslim to dedicate his or her life in a jihad to establish and maintain a system of Islamic governance." Likewise, the book pits Muslims against non-Muslims, by declaring all non-Islamic political and social systems to be contrary to Islam. As Yakin declares, "The adoption and adaptation of capitalist, socialist, communist or other manmade systems, either in whole or in part, constitutes a denial of Islam and disbelief in Allah the Lord of the worlds."

At the "Societal Level," ICNA advocates Islamist solutions to society’s problems while providing social services and proselytizing to non-Muslims. Often, this is done in a deceptive way, such as through the organization’s WhyIslam branch. On one hand, the hand book openly states that "WhyIslam is a subdivision of the Dawah [proselytizing] Department" that "works to promote Islam among non-Muslims." However, the document instructs ICNA members to state a different mission by WhyIslam to non-Muslims, one that wants to "build a bridge of understanding between Muslims and Non-Muslims" and "to educate the American public with accurate information of Islam."

In the next stage, called the "State Level," Islam gains traction in a larger segment of society" and "a good part of the society’s thinking individuals join the movement. Then it may move to establish an Islamic society, obedient to Allah’s commands."

The struggle then reaches the "Global Level" with worldwide ambitions. "Wherever the Islamic movement succeeds to establish true Islamic society, they will form coalitions and alliances. This will lead to the unity of the Ummah [Muslim nation] and towards the establishment of a Khilafah [Caliphate]," the book says in the section, "Levels of work by the Islamic Movement."

While this may seem like a farfetched concept of world domination, it is actually the same philosophy embodied by the group that ICNA admits founded it. Jamaat-e-Islami [JI], a radical South Asian group committed to the same purposes of a regional and then global Caliphate, promotes an identical message of Islamist domination of society, government, economics, and culture. ICNA maintains its connection to the group with a senior member of the JI from India, Yusuf Islahi, teaching in the organization’s headquarters. Likewise, the 2010 hand book and other membership reading lists repeatedly emphasize the radical literature of JI’s founder, Sayyid Abul ‘Ala Maududi.

Maududi’s books, like Let Us Be Muslims, are regular features in the group’s education about replacing secular governments with Islamic ones. "Briefly speaking, it would be enough to state that the real objective of Islam is to remove the lordship of man over man and to establish the kingdom of God on Earth," declares Maududi in Let Us Be Muslims. He goes on to promote destroying non-Islamic governments, stating, "the duty devolves on you that wherever you are, in whichever country you live, you must … snatch away the power of legislation and lordship from those who do not fear God and are unbridled. And then taking over the leadership and superintendence of God’s servants, conduct the affairs of the government in accordance with God’s laws."

In Witness Unto Mankind, another book on ICNA’s reading list, Maududi discusses how Islam will bring about the destruction of Western political and social systems. With the rise of Islamic political power, "secularism will lose all credibility and authority. Their philosophy and world-view, their economic and political ideologies, will prove fake and spurious when confronted by your truth and right conduct," he states. "The forces that today belong to the secular camp will, one by one, break away and join the camp of Islam. A time will, then, come when communism will live in fear of its very survival in Moscow itself, when capitalist democracy will shudder at the thought of defending itself even in Washington and New York, when materialist secularism will be unable to find a place even in the universities of London and Paris, when racialism and nationalism will not win even one devotee even among the Brahmans and Germans."

This militancy has led countries like Bangladesh to ban all of Maududi’s books and arrest leading JI members. Pakistan has followed suit, arresting other JI leaders in anti-militancy operations. India has also banned the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), the former student branch of JI in that country, for its connection to al-Qaida and domestic terrorist operations.

ICNA’s message in 2010 reinforces its long-held belief in spreading Islamist ideals, which it believes will culminate in a Caliphate. While its benevolent face preaches social justice and charity work, the goals it espouses to members tell a very different story.

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How much do servers working at the hotels make? whats the best hotel to work at in Virginia.?

Question by SuperCobra: How much do servers working at the hotels make? whats the best hotel to work at in Virginia.?

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Answer by venki
The average pay for servers at Virginia is $ 6.50 – $ 9.00/hour .
There are a number of Hotels like Fazoli’s Italian Restaurant,Charton Management, Inc (Burger King),Ryan’s.

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How much is a female teen’s car insurance in Virginia?

Question by sogol s: How much is a female teen’s car insurance in Virginia?
I’m trying to get one for my daughter and I was wondering if anyone can give me any heads ups.

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Answer by jennifer l
There is really no way to answer this without knowing specifics such as the vehicle year/make/model, what coverages you have, her GPA, and if your particular insurance company gives discounts for good grades, driver’s education, TeenSmart (check out Adept Driver’s program), etc. There are too many variable, but in general look for a $ 600-1200 yearly increase depending on your particular insurance provider.
Also, unless she’s over 18, most insurance companies won’t allow her to have her own policy because she must legally be an adult to enter into a contract. She would have to be added to whichever parent she resides with (or shares use of a vehicle)/

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