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Submitted by Dawud (United Kingdom), Nov 4, 2009 at 10:07

how can a kafir be an 'islamic law scholar?' which muslim in his/her right mind would come to this women for a fatwa (Islamic ruling on a fiqh issue). Islamaphobe is more like it. Its great that she's teaching arabic though. I'm currently learning arabic in order to do beneficial things for the muslims inshallah so I'm happy to know that even the establishment is teaching arabic. Urdu and pashtun are dividing languages and if all muslims speak arabic of the qur'an then it will be helpful for us. Keep it up and may allah guide you to islam

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