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ROTFL PakistaniArabic

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 16, 2008 at 14:09

Our dear Keith wants to prove to himself that he knows some Arabic and he wrote

> آية . I will break it down for you. Reading from right to left. alif, yah, ah. and you got آية Ayah.

This is what you wrote. Right? There is an Arabic letter called ah ? really? It is called teh marbouta and in this case it is silent

You are and you must pardon me no more than ignorant. Now do you see what happens when you beome the slave of a foreign culture and language? Shame

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