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More atrocious Arabic by O glorious graduate of wahhabi central who needs to stick to Urdu

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 30, 2011 at 07:22

For the readers our dear Amin tells us that the word haqiqa is a verbal noun or masdar in his atrocious Arabic sentence wa mutaklaaim haqiqa aw la which it is not then he told us kuffar that haqiqa is really an adverb or what his Arab masters call zarf

So what is it a zarf and what is it a masdar our dear Amin? and can you tell us if the word al-haq a masdar or not? Oh and you can consult with one of your Arab masters

>That is why Haiqatan is mafool mutlaq -

No it is not and it is haqiqa Oh I forgot the zabar (ROTFL) thing Darn it

>translates as really or trully.

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic the word haqiqa means truth and not really or truly and you need to stick to urdu ...

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