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Our dear Taj and nmore cherry picking time

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 13, 2008 at 16:09

More gem time from our dear Taj

Alif is not "aa"..."aa" occurs either with an elongated fatha or if alif follows a consonant with a fatha...a "yeh" is not "ii" - what is a "yeh" anyway? You must mean a "yaw" (Y)...again "ii" occurs if a yaw follows a consonant with a kesra...

You just cannot be an Arab. And there is an Arabic letter called yaw?Really? Are you for real?Shame on you for debating the obvious

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