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in response to reader comment: And speaking of rambling

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Feb 2, 2012 at 22:31

"For the readers: our dear Amin's hamza wasli is what I call Pakistani Arabic and it is supposed to be hamzat al-wasl and the Arabs make fun of it"

There is no such word as "hamzat" in Arabic.... and neither is there any such thing call "Paksitani Arabic" that is forced by Dhimmi... that somehow I am not of Indian origins. hmmmmm ...

And where are Arabs making fun of it. because what would they say about your weird attempts at Arabic. Masdar are not ism.Verbs do not conjugate and you have to use Inna and etc. ha ha ha

Hamzah Wasli is perfectly fine.

But the most important thing is before I pointed it out it didn't exist. Now Voila! It does.


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