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Pakistani arabic and the victims of cultural imperialism

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 6, 2011 at 13:17

Our dear Amin who lives among kuffar in the west and why is that our dear Amin who tells us now that he earned not just one but three imaginary degrees in Arabic so could you provide us kuffar with links so we can verify not only one but your three imaginary degrees?

>The mansob i'rab

RTOFL Pakistani Arabic this would be al-i3rab al-mansob but the real question is what on earth is al-i3rab al-masob? let me guess you have no clue. Mr Einstein al-maf3ul al-mutlaq ain't no i3rab mansob because there ain't nothing called i3rab mansob except in the minds of wannabe Arabs with an imaginary degrees in Arabic and here what it is المفعول المطلق مصدر منصوب oh let me guess you cannot read Arabic right? al-maf3ool al-mutlaq is masdar mansob which means that your bogus sentence would be takalama kalam haqiqi and the kalam with a kasra would be al-maf3ool al-mutlaq now do you get it? let me guess you have no clue right?

Shame on you for pretending to know Arabic grammar when you are really clueless

>indicated by the double zabar - tanween.

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic! double zabar tanween! ROTFL Pakistani Arabic you see I had to goolge this little gem because this ain't Arabic and I came across only Pakistani web sites that define this little gem as double fatha (sic) and what on earth is a double fatha? and what does this have to do with al-maf3ool al-mutlaq you tell me?

>That is why it is pronounced haqiqatan.

Now do you see a nuun in the word? let me help you there ain;t no nuun! And what does al-i3rab have to do with al-maf3ool al-mutlaq? let me help you nothing

See what happens when you pretend to know something when you really do not? but again this is what islam does to its victims and the lies and the play pretend and I really feel sorry for you

But again the last one to know that he is really a victim and in this case a victim of cultural imperialism is the victim himself and speaking of al-nasb the biggest nasab is you

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