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Bogus the word is hadrat and not the Pakistani Hazrat

Reader comment on item: Salman Rushdie and British Backbone
in response to reader comment: To Dhimmi: Quran revealled in seven Qraat. Hazrat and Hadrat both are correct

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 12, 2007 at 19:45

You wrote

>seven Qraat

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic. No it is Qira'at there is a hamza there

As for the Arabic word Hazart it means: I will pass gas!

Your claims are funny and bogus


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