The word Ghazi
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 11, 2009 at 19:52
Our dear BERK: so what did we learn form you this time? Nothing as usual
"The word ghazwa, in Arabic the language of your Arab masters, And here is your lesson for today:"
And this was our dear BERK's reply:
>I think you are again wrong.
Really? where? and let me guess you came up this one about a ghazi is someone who is injured in a fight. Right? Repeat after me a ghazi is he who invades and this is straight from the language of your Arabian Allah
>As always wrong in history
Oh I see that there was no "Armenian Genocide"? Right? or that your ancestors the Greeks and the Armenians and the Syrians were brutalized by the Turks? Right? stop this Turkish BS because we infidels do not buy it
>and in today.Instead of giving lesson to me
Oh the lesson? so which one is it? that you are no more than another victim of the Turks or that your ancestors were brutalized by the Truks or that close to 1.5M Armenians were killed in cold blood or that islam is the religion of the Arabs and you ain't no Arab? Or is it that the Truks must be the most inseure and confused people on earth? So which one is it?
>,look at your unseccesfull history,
My "unsecceful history"? What on earth is it? Let me guess: you have nothing to say right?
>and look today how weak in talk and in friendship terms.Arab or english or kurdish doesnot matter could be my master if he deserves dear ermeni brother.
Number one: I'm not Armenian. Number two I will be very proud if I was really Armenian Number three: the chances are you are of Armenian origin just like Mhemet II right? so why is the self hate?
>Dnt be vory.When ermenistan-turkey border opens soon,i will embrace my ermeni brothers.i will take lessons from them but not from you .
Oh and you would tell them that there really was no Armenian Genocide. Right? they would think that you are either funny or you are and you must pardon me out of your mind. So which one is it?
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