For Harrak and his his little friend mu3tamid part deux!
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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 7, 2007 at 08:31
In the second line your friend Mu3tamid almasri al-fahlawi al-ladhi saqata fi al-majisteer the following:
or he comes to me.
or Like the dog.
or the lion. But wait do you think our dear Mu3tamid wanted to say Labwa instead?
or with the dog
Another kaatitoo here. What on earth is the hyphen for?
So our dear Mu3tamid al-fahlawi al-masri al-kabeer is saying:
"He comes to me like a barking dog and the lion for the dog not yath-halu (sic)"
So what on earth is yath-halu?
And the hyena will be back for more.
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