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Your Arabic is bogus part deux

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 16, 2007 at 20:36

you wrote the little gem

>Hafidh ul Quran

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic

Your Arabic is poor and so is your transliteration

1. the definite article is not ul it is al or in Modern Arabic el. Your ul is Pakistani Arabic

2. And the word hafidh is poorly transliterated Arabic. The word Hafiz could mean protector hah alif feh zah and there is no dhal letter at the end of the word as you claim In actual fact there is no Arabic word that is hah, alif feh and dhal. But I forgot that Pakistanis pronounce the Arabic dal as Z and amy be they pronounce the Arabic Z as dhal.

Now the word Hafiz also means he who memorizes

And you know why your Arabic is poor...because you wrote the protectors means hafidh (sic). The protectors means al-hafizuun and not your bogus hafidh

You still did not asnwer my question so what do the arabs call those that memorize the Qur'an and hint it ain't the Pakistani hafiz!

See what happnes when you become the slave of a foreign language and culture?

Submitting....

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