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in response to reader comment: hamza wasli is Pakistani Arabic

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Feb 4, 2012 at 18:47

Really so before I pointed it out .you didn't know what Hamzah Wasli was? Then all you could do was pick on my transliteration..so why were you lying, fabricating, feigning ignorance about it first.

then it is lets. pin the word "Pakistani " on this one. Oh how nice of you :)


"Right ...? and it is vocalized as hamzAT al-Wasl or did you forget our little chat about ta/tah marbouta?"

Hamzatul Waasli is read in such a way.... this is Murakab Idafi.... First term Mudaf is Marfoo (Nominative) And the second term of Idafa is Majroor. But the last sign is not read.

Even if you don't read the sign on Ta marboutah T is not pronounced. It would be read Hamzah Wasl

Also there are no "correct" way to transliterate. as long as you get your self across. Else just use the language ..

See the whole "Pakistani Arabic" business is you petty invention and insult. It has go nothing to do with reality. ...


"Let me help you hamza wasli is Pakistani Arabic"

Really. any proof?


ROTFL Pakistani Arabic it is hamzat al-wasl but like a tablighee you have no clue about al al-ta3reef right?

Really dear.why make a non-issue an issue.this is like the way you lie about words not existing in a dictionary.

Why drag such matters that make you look a fool?


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