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Our dear Ahmed needs to stick to Urdu

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 12, 2008 at 08:06

Our dear Ahmed wrote

>Unless you are Muslim you won't be able to understand Arabic grammar, because it based on the Holy Quran. How dare you say that Quran contains grammatical mistake. Hence, I am really sure that you can't parse a sentence in the Quran. ...

So what did we learn from our dear Ahmed the wannabe arab? Nothing not a thing. You are the last one to dish out anything about the Arabic language or logic for this matter.

But I will be nice and give you another chance: so is it BTUNH or is it BTUNHA? And do you think that I forgot?

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