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Exposing ignorance and you need to stick to Urdu our dear Amin! and this time the word Lazer revisited

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in response to reader comment: Please not more Dhimmi like tactics....

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 5, 2015 at 12:19

Our dear Jamil once wrote this gem

The word in Arabic is ازر (sic)

ROTFL Pakistani Arbic. But again because tablighees like you have no idea what is al al-ta3reef all about and when to use it and when not to use it

Mr and you must pardon me ignorant the word Lazer in Arabic the language of your Arab masters is either with al al-ta3reef اليزر or الازر or لازر or ليزر without al al-ta3reef depending of how you use the vowel alif or ya following the lam but for sure it is not your bogus ازر

Do you see what happens when you pretend to know Arabic when you really do not? and do you see what happens when you believe that if googletranslate or Hans Wehr the Grand Grammarian (which was a stupid remark) say so then it must be true?

And here are the two forms of the word in Arabic in elmaany

لِيزِر ؛ لازِر

Why do you make a fool of yourself tell me


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