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Taqiyya again?

Reader comment on item: Arabist Snobs
in response to reader comment: Ignorance upon Ignorance

Submitted by Peter Hall (Australia), Dec 11, 2011 at 18:45

you said


Nowhere in that article does the writer ONCE refer to Arabic as a weak language. And even then you relied on a Pakistani Muslim Physics professor.... He confirms what I have been saying. Read you poor stupid fool, the article says the following; Second, the inadequacy of traditional Islamic languages—Arabic, Persian, Urdu—is an important contributory reason. About 80% of the world's scientific literature appears first in English, and few traditional languages in the developing world have I guess you are using Taqiyya again to hide my proof, you first say I have provided no proof I show you again the article giving proof . Then you say the article does not say arabic is a weak language DO I HAVE TO READ IT WORD FOR WORD TO GET YOU TO UNDERSTAND? Is English too difficult for you? Or are you going to go off on another tangent? As to laser. Laser itself is an acronym that describes a type of light, which in itself is an adjective, in that is a acronym to describe a noun. A Laser light using laser as not only a adjective, but the primary use of the word laser, which describes a focused beam of light.

I rest my case ...


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