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Need translation of Arabic sentences(?) in your comments

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Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Oct 18, 2006 at 16:42

Hello dhimmi no more :

It may be a good idea to include English translation of some of the Arabic sentences(?), proverbs or whatever you include in your discourse on Quran, hadith etc, so that we who know no Arabic may understand your comments better, e.g., in this sentence "What do you think ya ayua al-faylasoofa al-kabeera?"

Keep up your counter-jihad for jihadis.

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