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Dhmmi Not even Aware of Basics of Arabic!

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in response to reader comment: an example please

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Jan 11, 2012 at 19:28

Mr Riaz writes trying to convince readers that another contributor to this blog, dhimmi no more, knows NO arabic - despite evidence to the contrary:

See - right at the beginning I wrote you some examples out .you side stepped that .

and now deceitfully your are claiming evidence to the contrary.

And all your evidence mounts to is cuts and pastes?

That is WEAK even to your ear I can prove easily he knows no Arabic. Why don't you go back to THAT first reply and see what is written and try to answer. Even you can look up a dictionary and see where he is lying.

Even you can pick up Arabic alphabet in few days....



Mr Armin seems to be suggesting that a person without any knowledge of a foreign language AND script can successfully cut and paste paragraphs written in that language and script - and present them to (presumed) native speakers as counter arguments about the meaning and spelling of those paragraphs.

On set topics .yes it is fairly easy to do.

Anything further. he struggles badly. Like said OVER SEVERAL HUNDRED MESSAGES.

He... will deny that words dont exist in dictionary - when they clearly do and he will keep on repeating this lie. So EVEN YOU CAN VERIFY THIS But as before to keep the lie going you wont.


I was able to examine his fictional account of Arabic Bismillash (Which in Arabic is three words and not one) is Syriac - quite successfully.

Found a Syriac dictionary and looked up the script and looked up the words, not overly difficult.

But does that mean I know Syriac, no.


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