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Reader comment on item: Arabist Snobs
in response to reader comment: ... English vs. Arabic

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Jan 3, 2012 at 17:37

When the question is of Arabic .... and Arabic books. Then the answer often is in Arabic. And where are your supposed Arabic Friends? You were well enough to asked me words in Arabic... then claim I have got them wrong. Even after I gave you their usage ... you were stupid enough to claim supposed mistakes.

Which ever format the answer comes in - that is all I can give you. You cannot understand Arabic others can.

Also i gave you more evidence than that. You conveniently forgot to mention that .... again. First time your story was the site was under construction. Now you have changed it.

Also I gave you the figures.... yet you lied about them. Don't forget that... you twisted the figures. As per usual.

Yet failed to answer that... ?


Yet you provide as evidence a link, that you know I cannot read. How dishonest are you? Or is it just that you are not that smart? No, I am wrong, its your taqiyya !

- You don't even know what the word means... yet you keep using it. This is invented lie of Robert Spencer.

Whose lie was it to twist figures... by adding 140 million. You conveniently forgot to answer that.


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