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Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Jan 5, 2012 at 20:44

I think I will call you Taqiyya Amin from now on, it has an unusual ring to it, but is catchy.

Ha ha ha - name calling is what you are good at. Rest is about all lies. Ignorant assumption after assumption. You are sickeningly nasty person. And how childish. You have made it that personal. Rather than attacking what I say.... you level your attacks at me. What for?

Abode of the illogical to attack the person rather than the argument.


You show your self up as filled with hate, ignorant and prejudice. Look at how nasty you are.


Also, literacy and being educated are different things Amin. Are you saying that literacy in Australia at 99% means we are only 29% better educated than the Arabic world due to the Arabic world having 70% literacy?

Arab countries generally - have levels ABOVE 70%.

Now naive! Its is not a linear relationship Taqiyya Amin, it is more an exponential relationship. The degree of education and quality is estimated in a different way. The formula I used is just one of many.

What formula - where was it from.... you made that up - invented it. When figures go against you. Why paste stupidity. Where are the formulas..... ?

Your using Qatar an an example shows that if a Arabic country has enough foreign workers it can seem educated. Also the money Qatar receives from oil allows it to fund education at a high level, but still only receive poor results for its native inhabitants.

I am sure .... the surveyors know perfectly well how not to include non-Nationals. Ha ha ha


Now this may well be true, it sounds believable. However, I was wondering how many Western Authors have sold more than 30,000 copies of a book about a obscure subject, it is hardly anything to boast about. I am sure there are examples of Western housewives writing books on changing nappies that have sold 300,000 copies. I cannot see the point you are trying to make? Does 30,000 copies sold by an Arabic Author show Arabic is a strong language?

This goes against your self made ignorance - since then more than 30,000 copies have been sold. Also he introduced a foreign topic. This is one author..... on a new subject.


Then you again deride my sources, yet you still have not provided the proof of your Arabic books "all of Europe has read" !!

You elongate this lie - just to fill up post.... huh? What for?


The Newspaper I quoted as a source was an Arabic Newspaper, so you are saying Arabic sources are only reliable when they support what you believe? That sounds like Muslim Taqiyya that say haddiths are only reliable when they do not say something embarrassing about Mohammed.

Here you have totally lost me....


The formula I used is from the UN, I did not make it up, check for yourself Taqiyya Amin, or is the UN not a reliable source?

Where is that formula.... give me the link.


Again, the poor standards of the literacy and education clearly are symptomatic of a weak primary language.

Clear lie - figure did not - and do not support you. Arab countries are there and there about. In about 15 years they will have basic literacy figures nearly same as West.


My final proof is you Taqiyya Amin. Look at the numbers who agree with my comments and how many readers agree with you. I assume your votes are by yourself and your mate Slayhy. I do not delude myself that my comments are really great, or even remotely scholarly, but I think the number readers who agree with me, is more a function of how much they disagree with you!

This is clearly as site anti-Islam and against Islam. Why not come to a pro-Muslim forum then see....

This is no proof at all ..... how many ratings do you get? 3 here 4 here. Ha ha ha ha ha ha


I have provided evidence that academically Arabic is weak and not used in the sciences. I provided a source to confirm this, you cried how I could not provide a single source, well I did Taqiyya Amin,a Pakistani Professor who as a scholar, is a perfect source.. Now you seem to think that none of this matters? Well it clearly shows why I reached my conclusions. The Article we are commenting on clearly supports me in that it says you do not need to be an Arabic speaker to see the flaws in Arabic. Who is supporting you Taqiyya Amin?

Yet he did NOT call Arabic weak. The quotes says it. You lied about this before - we have gone over it you bring it up. Again?


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