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How about Ahmadophobia?

Reader comment on item: Arabist Snobs
in response to reader comment: Lonesome confusion

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 11, 2015 at 08:18

Our dear Amin Riadh (sic) is back so what happened to our dear Jamil? Deported may be?

So after years... you have decided to start up again and with same silly lies? Did you get lonely?

How can I be lonely when I'm reading the book of ignorance?

Um.. I have good expertise in Classical and Modern Standard Arabic.

Sir anyone who claims to know Arabic and does not seem to know that Wasl and Isal mean receipt does not know Arabic'

You do not know Arabic!

You do not.

I will leave this remark to the readers to judge you


There. An independent Arabic language forum. Try posting any Arabic elated questions there.

Hint: most of your Arab masters have no interest in Arabic grammar so my guess is those that post must tablighees like you

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No one was ever convinced of those persistent lies.

If so then it should be easy to prove me wrong. Go for it and give me the "lonely kafir" a chance to expose Islam and the god of Islam and the prophet of Islam and tablighees like you

And instead of your bogus islamophobia go after your Sunni masters that regard an Ahamadee like you as a kafir because this is AhamdophobiaI

I feel sorry for you


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