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The most bizarre Arabic ever and when a scorpion becomes near!

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in response to reader comment: 'more praise worthy' is not the meaning of 'Ahmad'.

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 10, 2014 at 13:33

This is the most bizarre Arabic i have ever read and it even beats our dear Hasan from Bangladesh who had no clue about the differences between the Quranic (Tur) Sineen (The Sinai) and the plural word from the word Sana (year) or Seneen or years

عقرب (Aqrab) means more near

This must be the most bizarre Arabic I have ever read

Our dear Wasim who clearly does not know any Arabic does not seem to be aware that what he wrote here in arabic is عقرب or scorpion when all he wanted to say is اقرب

This is what your Muslim masters in Egypt call كولو عند العرب صبون Oh كولو عند العرب صبون? You can ask your Mullah to translate it for you if he knows Arabic which i doubt very much

Do you see why we kuffar make fun of your likes?

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