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Teaching Arabic to another victim of Arabian imperialism

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in response to reader comment: Hmm, a student of Arabic, huh ??

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 27, 2011 at 17:14

Our dear Nubia one whose ancestors the people of Nubia were brutalized by islam and are you aware darling that in 650CE your masters the Arabs were hunting for Nubian slaves?

>NKB as a root ?

Sure and you will find it in Hans Wehr dictionary page 997A and how come you did not know that that darling?

>I've never seen it.

Never seen what darling?

>Please, school me...

Shool you in what darling?

Submitting....

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