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Our dear mansoor and the word jihad

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in response to reader comment: Sane thoughts not accepted by you!!!

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 18, 2008 at 07:33

Now here is your Arabic lesson for today: the Arabic root JHD has the following stems:

1. Yujahid, and from this stem we have jihad or holy war and mujahid or holy warrior

3. Yajtahid and from this stem we have ijtihad or striving to improve and mujtahid or he who stirves to improve

3. Yijhad and from this stem we have juhd or strain and majhuud or he who is strained

and the word jihad has nothing to do with ijtihad or juhd but the three words share the same root and nothing more

Now prove me wrong

>I feel unnecessary to answer the silly question about cleanliness camels,

So are camels clean?

>I can even not prove that you are clean yourself Dhimmi...

Well your Allah tells you that I'm nijis our dear mansoor. How come you did not know that?

>I know you never used water and use tissue paper instead!!! Am I right???

So did Abul qasim use water in Mecca? and where did he get it from? let me guess: zam zam? And are you supposed to use your left hand and water? and is a bidet halal? as if any one cares? shame on you and your drivel

Being clean is not about how to clean your backside or if it was washed with water, it is about your heart.

>How come you say that Allah doesn't understand any other language (Naoozubillah)!!!

Naoozubillah? ROTFL Pakistani Arabic your Allah is an Arabian deity who knows no Urdu


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