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The Arabic word al-haqiqa means the truth our dear Amin ...

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 9, 2011 at 06:49

So our dear Amin is unaware that his masters the Arabs do not use grammatical cases and even the one example that he gave of shukran jazilan is now part of modern Arabic both spoken and written as shukran jazilan

Then he tried to push his luck a bit and tell us that the Arabs say shukran kathiran which is not true and all I did to google it and I proved him wrong and Arabs would say and write shukran kathir and not his bogus shukran kathiran

Now for the word haqiqa he told us that we readers can check it in Hans Wehr but he never gave us readers the page number because he did not check it himself so here is the word in Hans Wehr page 192B

حقيقة haqiqa pl. حقاءق haqa'iq truth,

Oh and I do not see neither a zabar (ROTFL) or your bogus tanween and why is that our dear Amin?

Why the delusions? you tell me

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