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A primitive who feels his views are everybody else's!

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Submitted by Salah Ali (Norway), Jun 30, 2009 at 01:46

You are ignorant and you belong to the same herd of Salamn Rushdie...trying by confused understanding to describe a creed that is both culture-specific and above your experience and learning. Moreover, you cannot understand the essence and strength of our belief. An Arab-Moslem is not like a non-Moslem Arab or s non-Arab Moslem. We combine the best language with the best religion. In Iraq where we encounter the USA and are forcing them out of our homeland:

The first alphabet, the first poem, the first wheel and the first legal system were invented. We have in our mental structure a strong sense of superiority as Arabs, Moslems and Iraqis. And whatever you say is, to me, beyond the point. I feel strongly that if someone like you..a sort of non-entity is to meet he will be reduced to the normal size. You blow yourself with hot air in the belive that the empty words and false words plus the transliteration you make you are aware of Islam or our history..It is a world-view that you try to understand and make others understand with your Urdu world-view. I say you won't and you can't.

Dhimmi or not U R the outcome of a cow mated with a bull brought up in their mixed liquids which is the Suma or summation of your wisdom. I telll you you are mistaken: In Arabic, not Urdu, we distinguish between Lunar and Solar letters. The (Sheen) the (Sh) in English "she" or "sure" is a solar letter (phoneme) while the (Lam), the (L) in English "lace" or "love" is a lunar letter (phoneme). It is a rule in Arabic both normal and in transliteration that when a solar letter is preceded by a lunar letter, the solar litter is repeated, so that (Al-shams) meaning the 'sun' becomes "Ash-Shams" and (Al-Rajeem) meaning 'the damned' or 'the stoned' becomes "Ar-Rajeem". In English similar process occurs but on different linguistic rules "when that girl" or "get out of the grass" is pronounced but not written in English as (thak girl) and (gerrout of the grass) respectively..

This only shows the depth of your ignorance of Arabic. You try to teach an Arab Arabic forcing a dull and incorrect views. I do not tell lies. I am graduate of the UK, I hold a degree in translation between Arabic and English and I have articles published in international periodicals. I do not tell lies. Moreover, I am in the heart of Europe still writing and defending my world-view. When I suggested a personal encounter with you, it was my objective to get more personal and give you references that would convince you, you are mistaken and you have formed an image of me and are addressing that image.

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