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More Cherry picking and our dear Asma and al-wali wa al-mawali

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in response to reader comment: Re:Our dear Asma and islam is the religion of the Hijaji (sic) Arabs and you ain't no Hijazi Arab

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 19, 2008 at 07:17

Our Dear Asma the wannabe Arab wrote

>Isn't it obvious that Austrians speak German(but they are not German)? What's your point?

So are Austrians wannabe Germans darling? What do you think?
>ho ho. you missed the point. don't worry. what more can be expected from someone with
the education level of high-school?

What point? That you have no point?

>Because, Islam originated in Hijaj->ROTFL It is called al-Hijaz darling> I am not wannabe Arab and we call it Hijaj without using al.

ROTFL may be in Pakiland but ignorant Pakistanis like you have no clue about the Arabic language al al-ta3reef. You have no clue about what I'm talking about darling do you?

>so whoever will follow it will be wannabe Arab(or Hijai Arab)?

What do you think? And it is al-Hijaz darling

>Yes as a matter of fact the Hijazi Arabs that invaded the Middle East starting in 633CE realized that the Qur'an really says that islam is the religion of

>the Hijazi Arabs and thandis is why they created the concept of al-wali wa al-mawali darling. You have no clue about what I'm talking about. Do you?

>al-wali wa al-mawali? so, you got this from Hadith, Sirah or Tarikh? hmm?

No darling I got it from secular history or real history that is and not from the bogus hadith or sira (and there is no H at the end of sira darling) or from the bogus Tarikh al-3Arab. Oh there is an al al-ta3reef here darling

>non-Arab Muslims were called Mawali.Under the First Four Caliphs and

No darling it started in the late Umayyads period when those wannabe Arabs wanted to join the Arabs in looting their own people and giving 1/5 of the loot to Allah and his rasul. Remember?

>the Umayyads, the influx of non-Arab converts to Islam created a new difficulty: how were they to be incorporated into the new pluralistic Islamic

Really? Oh it must be all about the loot. And the Arab invaders realized that the Qur'an a book that you cannot read in Arabic says: wa ma arsalna min rasulan ila bilisani qawmuhu. Remember darling?

>society? The solution was the contract of wala',

Oh mithaq? really? Are you for real? These were ignorant Arabs that were allergic to education and learning. Looting, raping, enslaving and giving 1/5 of the loot to you know whom? That was a different matter. As a matter of fact without the Persians, Mesopotamians and Syrians there would have been no Islam as we know it. And the ultimate insult to the Arabs is that it was non Arabs the likes of Sibawayhe and the likes of Huenin ibn Ishaq (who was Nestorian and he was not even Muslim) that changed the Arabic language and made it a real language through investigating the garmmar and syntax of the language and in the case of Huenin "inventing' words that did not even exist at the time of Muhammad the caravan raider and Arabian warlord and in he process made Arabic a language of culture and sceince. So what were the Arabs busy doing in the meantime? Looting!

>through which the non-Arab Muslim acquired an Arab patron. The mawali were to enjoy the same

privliges as Arab Muslims. The mawali rapidly rose to prominence in Muslim society in administration, military, and scholarship. Infact it's
the mawali who became the flag-bearer of Islam(eg. the Ottoman Turks).

Oh Arabian imperialism and the sockholm syndrome. And where did you plagiarize this from darling? Let me guess: wikipedia? darling: here is your question for today:( and it is an open book question) How come there was no more wali wa mawali concept when Muslims invaded India and brutalized your ancestors?


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