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Our dear Amin does not seem to know that the Arabic word for microchip is microshib and why is that? any guesses?

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in response to reader comment: Another embarassment ...

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 13, 2011 at 07:18

Our dear Amin ... how come you had no clue that the Arabic word paper receipt means wasl or isal and not the bogus istilaam? Oh it must be mullah goggle again right?

Now this time more comedy and the word microchip and for the readers the word microchip in Arabic is no more than transliteration of the word in Arabic alphabet so it is microshib and not the bogus ruqaqa claimed by our dear Amin who "borrowed" it from google translations with out telling us readers right out dear Amin who lives in the west that he does not like? And why did you not tell us readers that the source of your translation was the bogus translation in google and why the delusions?

For the readers our dear Amin tells us that the word microchip in Arabic means رقاقة which is bogus because the word رقاق the plural of رقاقة is very thin bread that your Arab masters in the Levants and Egypt use to bake great meat dishes and how come you did not know that?

Oh my evidence that the word in Arabic means ميكروشيب or microshib and here is a reference from the web لكل المهتمين ببرمجة الميكروكونترولرز Pic من شركة ميكروشيب كورس تعليمي بالصوت والصورة

For the readers the third word from the right is the word microshib and not the bogus ruqaqa by our dear Amin oh and here is the web site if you can read Arabic http://www.almohandes.org/vb/showthread.php?t=5291

Now you tell us why the delusions? Why do you pretend to know something when you do not know? But again this is what Islam does to its victims

Oh there is more and next word is fractal


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