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Guiding the Perplexed our dear Matta aka Matthew al-Tablighee and the trouble with Tablighees and Ta Marbouta

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 15, 2022 at 11:45

Dear Readers: Tablighees from India and Pakistan have no clue about the Arabic language letter Ta Marbouta! Why? I have no idea, but it must be a case of your ignorant leaders mangling the Arabic language and the end result is everyone lies to everyone else.

Our dear Matthew al-Tablighee this link is a book written by your master Sheikh al-Azhar and it is 700 pages, and it is about dealing with the many disasters in the Qur'an language, grammar, syntax, the flat earth and all.

Here check this


Notice that your master Sheikh al-Azhar transliterates the word al-Maktaba (library) correctly. Notice that the word ends with a Ta Marbouta and you will notice that there is no H as you would find in Pakistani/Indian Muslims bogus transliteration of such word which would be transliterated by these fools as: Kaktabah (sic)

However, if the word Maktaba is followed by another word that starts with al al-Ta'reef then the Ta Marbouta becomes a "T". Example: Maktabat al-Balad or the library of the city

Why do you not tell the truth that you are Indian Muslim and a follower of the weird dude Mirza Ghulam? I would respect you but you are not worthy of respect.


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