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The moon God? and Islam and the word submission in Arabic a language that you cannot read, speak or write

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 20, 2008 at 14:55

Our dear Keith ... the Arabic word submission, a language that you cannot speak read or write because you ain't no Arab, means Istislam and not Islam. So is Istislam Islam's new name?

Snip the usual islamic drivel

>[2:189] They ask you about the phases of the MOON! Say, "They provide a timing device for the people, and determine the time of Hajj."

Oh the lame natija qamariyya. But you know what? No one in the Arabic speaking Middle East seem to use such poor natija. Yes you will find it in all al-natayij but it is of no use not even by islamists

But it seems the word hajj (as per Father Zakaria Botros) comes from the word hakk or rub and indeed the Arab women, we are told, used to yahiku (or rub plural) their genitals in let us say al-ka3bba and this was suppoed to help with fertility.

Enter the ulama and the color of al-ka3bba used to be white and with all the menstrual blood now it is black. So when you kiss that idol in your next hajj remember this little story

Oh and say Hi to M&M.

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