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Dhimmi Admits I was right!

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in response to reader comment: More bakhwas by our dear Amin

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Oct 24, 2011 at 02:05

Ha ha ha - you really are MASTER of not telling the truth. In his own post Dhimmi admits not knowing about Arabic Grammar. Else he would know the relationship between Adverbs and Mafool Mutlaq.

I said haqiqatan is an Adverb right from the start - and had even given u a link. In Arabic that is how adverbs are formed. Mafool Mutlaq - in Arabic.

See this wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adverb

"Modern Standard Arabic forms adverbs by adding the indefinite accusative ending '-an' to the root. For example, kathiir-, "many", becomes kathiiran "much". However, Arabic often avoids adverbs by using a cognate accusative plus an adjective."

Haqiqatan is in the same way. And before you wriggle that how is mafool mutlaq and adverb. Then check your own Arabic Grammar link - kathiran is listed as mafool mutlaq.

This is over. See his drawn out ignorance and avoiding the truth. This he has done many many times. Yet a fool never learns his lesson. He will do this "dance" all over again.

Submitting....

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