For Harrak and 3Ajami and islamic xenophobia part trios!
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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 7, 2007 at 08:56
My dear harrak in line number three we have the following:
Means foreigner or non-Arab!
My dear Harrak you are also a 3Ajami or non-Arab. And who says that Islam is not the religion of the Arabs and of Arabic speakers. It is nothing but Arabian imperialism and xenophobia.
As for our friend Mu3tamid al-masri al-fahlawi he is an Arabic speaker but he is no Arab. He is Egyptian.
So congratulations my dear Mu3tamid you join our dear harrak and me the proud kaffir in being called: 3ajamiyuun
I'm not sure what the letter 4 stands for but this word most likely means: to the limit of (hadd)
means chit chat
No this is Ka-khaadiman or like a servant
Tsk....tsk...tsk...our dear Mu3tamid needs to work on his short vowels.
This should be: shoghlen or work. Shame on you Mu3tamid. The letter is a ghain and not a jeem or geem as you would like to say.
or be lazy
So our dear mu3tamid al-fahlawi al-masri wa 3ajami al-kabeer is saying:
"Foreigner to the limit of chit chat like a servant that is lazy when doing his work"
This is such bad qasida so far it is not even funny.
So our dear mu3tamid: Did you earn your daraget al-Sanawiya al-3ama?
So much for poor education.
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