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For our dear Raqib rabina yuraqib 'alihu: and the Z sickness

Reader comment on item: Salman Rushdie and British Backbone
in response to reader comment: To brother Oliver

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 14, 2007 at 12:19

Well you are telling us that Christians have the J sickness which betrays your total ignorance of linguistics.

Well Pakistanis have a different malady and to paraphrase you I will call it the Z sickness so the Arabic word hadrat becomes the Pakistani word HAZRAT which is the vulgar Arabic word HaZRaT: I will pass gas, and then the proper Arabic name Shadia becomes the Pakistani name Shazia which sounds very much like shaza in Arabic which means (she) sexual pervert and the name Reda becomes the pakistani Reza. Do you want me to go on and on?

Oh I forgot and your Allah have no clue about the letter P so the letter P becomes Arabic letter Beh and a Paul becomes a Baul or urine in Arabic, and the letter Jeem becomes the Arabic letter ghain and a Margaret becomes a Marghareet. Go figure but your Allah was a local Arabian deity nothing more and nothing less

Now do you see what happens when you post and you must pardon my drivel? But wait what this J sickness have to do with the topic of the thread and that is Salman Rushdie?


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