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For our dear Raqib rabina yuraqib 'alihu: The bogus conterxt thing again and the word Hazart revisted

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 14, 2007 at 07:47

So what did we learn from our dear Raqib the wannabe Arab? Nothing. Not a thing.

And no I'm not Christian. I'm a proud kafir

And here is your Arabic lesson for today:

Now the word HZRT (this is the rasm of the word or hah, zain, reh. teh) in Egyptian Arabic or Hazart ( by adding a fatha above the hah and another above the zain and sukun for both reh and teh) means I will pass gas. If you wish to add a shadda that is fine too but it still will be written as: HaZaRT

And why do you want me to read a translation of the Qur'an when I can read it in Arabic a language that you cannot read or even understand? You tell us ya ayuha al-faylasoof al-kabeer?

And based on the old saying: "al-tafseer lel sahaba wa al-ta'weel lel fuqaha/3ulama/jamee3" I must conclude that the Qur'an really says that Jesus is God. Don't blame me for stating the obvious, as you can only blame your Allah and his rasul the poor theologians.

See what happens when you know no Arabic or Syriac or Hebrew?


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