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To Dhimmi: Quran revealled in seven Qraat. Hazrat and Hadrat both are correct

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Submitted by Syed Rafey Husain (Pakistan), Jul 6, 2007 at 03:17

>Hazrat

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic. It is hadrat it is a dal and not a zain and the feminine form is hadrit. It is a kasra and not a fatha.

Dear Dhimmi, it is commonly known that both are correct. Quran revealled in seven Qraat.

And no she was 6 years old when she married Abul Qasim and he was 53 years old and they had sex when she was nine!

For purpose of ease because we are all on the same page:

A) Nikkah (Marriage Contract) at the age of 6
B) Intimacy at the age of 9

My love to you.

Syed Rafey Husain

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