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Teaching Arabic to wannabe Arabs again!

Reader comment on item: Ban Islam?
in response to reader comment: to make them fear not to terrorize

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 23, 2012 at 09:48

our dear Abd al-Rahman whose ancestors the Copts have been and still are brutalized by Islam and who is either ikhwangee or even worse a salafi

So how is your little zebiba today? and are you aware that the bigeer the zebiba the more the chance that you suffer from TBI or truamatic brain injury! So would drinking bool al-ba3eer help this too?

you know one of things that I hate about english is that it's a very poor language in vocabularies unlike arabic which contains many different words that each word describes a different meaning in its essence

Stop it this is not rocket science the word yurhib and its plural yurhibuun means to he/them terrorize

oh Im sorry my ignorant friend I forgot that your arabic is very poor that you wouldn't understand what Im saying

What were you saying? that you told us that the Quranic word is yurhib when it is not? or that ayat al-irhab oh you called ayat al-sayf which makes you ignorant

Turhibun means to make them fear...

... to make them (subjected) to fear means in any language to terrorize them and shame on you for not knowing that much


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