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Hazart and naik and other sordid matters

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in response to reader comment: Before or after, same difference!!!

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 26, 2010 at 19:14

Hi Jaladhi

>"Oh darn it I forgot the Hazrat or is it PUBH and is it before or after the name of Muhammad"<Hi DNM, you may or may not know that "hazrat" in India is used for somebody with a scheming mind, hypocrite, makkar, and so on. Aptly it can be added before or after Mo/allah!! Hasn't Mo/allah described himself as makkar?? LOL.....

Are you also aware the the word hazart is a vulgar Arabic word for I will pass gas?

But again ... what do you except when they do not realize that they are the slaves of a foreign culture and language and in the process Arabs make fun of Paksitani names the likes of Zakir Naik whose last name in Arabic is a vulgar word for sex and even worse his brother's name is Naik Muhammad which Arabs would read as F... Muhammad

Submitting....

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