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اضربوهم doesn't mean beat them ... You need to get more educated !!!!

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Submitted by Rana (Saudi Arabia), Dec 9, 2012 at 13:53

اضربوهن means punish them by not talking to them. This word is coming from the noun إضراب means stike or stoppage . GOD the great knows better As we are in no place to question GOD's holly words

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