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the word al-shari3a

Reader comment on item: Niqabs and Burqas - The Veiled Threat Continues
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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 22, 2009 at 07:59

Our dear Bilal wrote

>What is your fascination with the transliteration of the word "Shari'ah"?

What do you think ?

>If you had any testicles,

What do testicles of lack of testicles have anything to do with the fact that you do not know any Arabic and that you are a fake? Oh still deaming of Ian Huntely who ever he is? I see

>you would have realised that the apostrophe represents an 'ayn.

ROTFL "an 'ayn" Paki Arabic

>As for the letter 3, how do you announce your spelling off it? "al-Shar-three-a"? ...

ROTFL more Paki Arabic.

You wrote: the shari'ah right ? and I told you it is al-shari3a right? I have no difficulty if you do not use the number 3 for the letter 3ayn but your letter H at the end of the word is the dead give away that you do not know any Arabic and as if i did not know that

So is there a letter heh or a letter heh at the end of the word al-shari3a mr fake? let me help you: no you will not find either letter at the end of the word. and what is the last letter in the word shari3a in Arabic a language that you cannot read speak or write? It ain't a heh or a hah mr fake.

For the readers: the word shari3a is Arabic is

1. sheen with a fatha or sha

2. reh with a kasra or ri

3. 3ayn with a fatha or 3a

4. the last letter which wannabe arabs the likes of bilal the fake do not get is teh marbouta which is a silent letter which can become the letter teh if the word shari3a is followed by al al-ta3reef but Pakis and wannabe arabs the likes of Bilal have no clue about the teh marbouta and then they use an H at the end which an Arab would vocalize as: hah as in Hassan or Heh as in Hani

Or: al-shari3a

For the redears see Wortabet dictionary page 155B

So do us a favor our dear Bilal the fake and stick to Urdu because you are confusing your masters the Arabs and your Allah too


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