For Harrak and his diatribes and his little gem Thaa.
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 9, 2007 at 07:00
My dear harrk rabina yuwasa3 aqlak al-sagheer akthar wa akthar
You do not know any Arabic your friend Mu3tamid is just as ignorant of his English.
The word in your "Title of Comments": Ahmaq does not mean crazy as you wrote. Crazy means: majnoon.
The word Ahmaq means: silly, fautous, stupid (see Hans Wehr dictionary page: 206A) Your bogus Arabic again.
It seems that your friend Mu3tamid is indeed nothing but a fahlawi.
So much for the corrupt Muslim mind.
So what did we learn from your diatribes? Nothing. Not a thing. Oh I forgot we learned the following:
1.You know no Arabic.
2. You have the audacity to ask your friend Mu3tamid al-fahlawi al-jahil to post for you and then you do not give him the credit for being the author of the qasida/shi3r. I call this and you must pardon me: plagiarism. .
3. You did not realize that Mu3tamid, and not being a native English speaker, is bound to make mistakes in vowels when transliterating and there were obvious mistakes in consonants too. Then you have your little bogus: Thaa. Let me help you: there is no such word in the Arabic language and feel free to prove me wrong.
You have no credebility anymore. And the following saying really applies very well to you: and you can ask our dear Mu3tamid al-masri al-fahlawi to translate it for you and you will be surprised:
Qillat al-3aql min kalam al-a3ql
...And no, you have not seen the end of me.
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