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in response to reader comment: What's wrong with serious study of hard languages?

Submitted by steve omara (United Kingdom), Nov 27, 2011 at 13:11

Kepha, there is nothing wrong with serious study of another language. The problem that is peculiar to learning Arabic is that you would of course need to convert to Islam to appreciate a serious conversation . It is normal and acceptable for a Muslim to lie when faced with any infidel questioning Islamic values,beliefs or actions,no matter how regularly heinous. Regrettably ,once converted to and mesmerised by the wonders of Islam your are just another one of the "faithful".or as I prefer the infandous Muslim Umma.

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