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"How to lose to a Muslim"

Reader comment on item: Friendless in the Middle East
in response to reader comment: Allah is bigger and more islamic comedy

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Feb 12, 2012 at 19:23

"What a disaster Allah is bigger but the question is bigger than what? Oh and the barren Sinai where there is neither figs nor olives! Oh the glorious (sic) Qur'an!"

Ha Ha Ha - see what I have reduced you to?

I caught you lying over al-Tabari and Bimillah claim. And that dreadful translation where you admitted it did not make sense. Well especially compared to mine. Then claiming

I exposed your long standing lie over receipt meaning Istilaam - by the LINK THAT YOU YOURSELF PROVIDED. WHICH CLEARLY AGREE WITH ME!

Then the bizarre Syriac claims - where you lied about the dictionary entry - choosing not to paste the bit where it said that it is a Muslim expression. Then you copied Bible in Syriac - i posted its English. And proved you were lying, fabricating this as well.


Allahu Akbar is repeated lie as well.

القاهرة أكبر مدينة في مصر (il-qaahira akbar mediina fi maSr)
Cairo is the biggest city in Egypt.


One reference is enough to show how comparative and superlative are formed in Arabic. This is basic Arabic. You choose to lie over this as well.

Doing nothing more than repeating the lie. There is no come back or anything. So I will keep repeating the answer for oyu.


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