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Our dear zzazz who knows no Arabic can type words in Arabic go figure, and the English language excuse

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God? - Continued
in response to reader comment: Poor Dhimmi can't handle a disagreement, much less compose a valid argument.

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 9, 2008 at 09:18

Our dear zzazz wrote this little gem

>"So what did we learn from our dear Zzazz this time? Let mehelp (sic)

Our dear zzazz this is called a typo. Get over it.

>you our dear zzazz: Nothing. Not a thing."

>If you really were able to comprehend, much less compose English, perhaps that would change? Oh, but you would have to stop spending so much time posting logical fallacies to accomplish that.

It is a typo our dear zzazz get over it

"Oh are you also aware that the second lam in Allah is in actual fact an alif maksura?"

هل انت اكيد على عكس؟
ام أتتفلسف كثيراً؟

Our dear zzazz who knows no Arabic wrote

hal anta akeed 3ala 3aks (sic)? or are you sure upon opposite (sic)

am itfalsif (sic) kathiran?

Poor Arabic and what does this have to do with the fact that the second lam is alif maksura?

>"Can you guess? I will not ask you tyo (sic) provide us with evidence. Just guess."

It is called a typo get ever it

Why on earth should I condescend to answer a leading question of yours, when you are incapable of showing even a slight modicum of gentility and manners towards me? if you shudl deign to engage in a civil debate like a mature adult, then get back to me.

Ah and our dear zzazza and his modicum of gentility. If you utter this in my hood you will be in big trouble.

>"And remeber (sic) you ain't (sic) no Arabic speaker and your Syriac and Hebrew are more likely than not big time zero (sic) . Oh and you ...know (sic) what? Hint: you need to read a book."

Our dear zzazz is trying to divert attention from his inability to answer the question why do Christian Arabs call their God Allah to typos! I call this the al-rinja al-hamra xecuse oh I spotted a typo.

يا استاذ، انا متأسف آن لغتي غير متكامل ام من قدوةِ بلاغة ِ
لازم تغفر لي على غلاتي!

Or: ya ustadh ina (sic) muta'asif in (sic) lughati ghayr mutakamil (sic) am (sic) min qudwat al-balagha al-lazim (sic) taghfur li 3ala ghlati (sic)

I suggest that you stick to Urdu

ُThen again, despite your barrage of posting, your English isn't noticeably improving either, ya Ustaz!

Ah al-rinja al-hamra excuse again

So why do Christian Arabs call their God Allah?

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