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Pakistani arabic and the victims of cultural imperialism

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in response to reader comment: Why dhimmi knows no Arabic.

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 20, 2011 at 13:12

So our dear Amin you cannot provide me with a link to verify that you have three imaginary degrees in arabic and i read this as you made things up and you have no shame right?

معتبرا جعلت الادعاء،

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic this is horrible Arabic shame on you

>The above is one chunk of a sentence. mautabiran = considering -

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic it is mu3tabir! Oh do you see a nuun in the word O glorious graduate of wahhabi centeral/ Oh it must be the Pakistani zabar (ROTFL) thing

>jalta = you made -

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic it is ja3alta oh darn it there is no zabar (ROTFL) here

And it is inaka ja3alta ...or you made

>that is you one man - second person, present - this is also the verb and the subject. Ida'a = the claim -

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic but again you have no clue about al al-ta3reef it is al-idi3a' ...

>this is object of the verb.

Oh is this the tablighee parsing? ...

Submitting....

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