Ðãí ÇÓÊÞæì Úáí ÈãäÌÏ ÇÓãå ÞÇãæÓ ÇáãæÑÏ The dictionary used by dhimmi back-fired him! dhimmitude at nude is the content..
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Submitted by Harrak (Canada), Jan 10, 2007 at 23:58
I start with a small poem for you dhimmi no more who shall be seated comfortably on his own sword -the dictionary he used-. I am sorry, but making poetry for me is like eating popcorn for you, something I do daily..I recently chose to quench your thirst for this kind of things that you need to travel in time to see:
Ðãí ÇÓÊÞæì Úáí ÈãäÌÏ ÇÓãå ÞÇãæÓ ÇáãæÑÏ
Translation and shakl for the dhimmi arabico-handicap:
thimmiyun istaqwaa 3alayya bimunjidin ismuhu qaamuusu-l mawridi
dhimmi displayed strength -on me- with a dictionary called -al mawrid-
qara`tuhu kam alfa marratin khadat, 7ttaa saèmtuhu min munjidi
How many thousands of times I read it (al mawid), untill I got sick of it as dictionary
lakinnahu lthimmiyyi kalwartati wa lee, huwa -l- ma`waa walmasnadi
Yet the dictionary for dhimmi is an entanglement, and for me it is a refuge and and a support
To make the long story short,
I translated Ahmaq as insane and you gave me a lecture there with your foray old testament education of the Nasser Mazika times. Here is you say:" I translated the word Ahamq as: "silly, foolish, fautous." (ref: Hans Wehr 206A) The word !!Ahmaq does not mean!! insane. Your claim so far is bogus " and again you said:"Crazy means majnoon"
Now the dictionary you used AL Mawrid by Dr Rohi Baa`labaki -4th Edition 1992 by: copy rights Dar al ilm lilmalayin, Beirut Lebanon In PAGE 982 : it states literaly that Majnoon =insane - mad- crazy -foolish.
in case you missed the point: majnoon = crazy = insane
I congratulate your academic excellence and at least you read something although sometimes you understand nothing, that is no problem, you`ll get it when go inside the story..for now, you are a bug in the window..nothing new from you like that fool on the hill..
need more,! I will upload you until you turn over..
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