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Ramadan in the arctic and fixing poor Arabic again

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 12, 2015 at 06:44

Our dear Dawudi wrote

>Al Saum Fi Al Ramadan

Funny Arabic and I realize that Muslims from India in general have no clue about when to use or not use the Arabic definite article al- so let me help if you want to say: The fasting in Ramadan then it should be الصوم في رمضان or there is no definite article before Ramadan

You can also say صيام رمضان or Fasting of Ramadan without the definite article

Now you tell me why do you and our dear Waseem pretend to know Arabic when you do not

Now here is a question for our dear Waseem that you can ask him: How about صيام رمضان in the arctic where there is no sun for several weeks during the winter and 24 hours sun during the arctic summer

Hint: Allah must be an Arab

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