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Moshe!! موشي means NOTHING in Arabic

Reader comment on item: Muslim Zionism
in response to reader comment: Kudos to you Singh!

Submitted by Harrak (Canada), Jun 12, 2006 at 18:47

Actually Harrak is not like it is written as the K at the end is supposed to be a Qaaf or the letter (ق). Harrak for your info means BURNER (superlative form of Harrek) or the one who burns. Moshe موشي means nothing, شي means thing. That was for your enlightenment. As for the Indian Jewish alliance..I only find one common sacred thing among the two faiths..worshiping the cow in a time in history...

Also Moshe, there are a lot of insects apparently (Arabs) in Israel, that is why Ahmadinajad suggested the Mashroom cloud..

Usually after your comment Mosh one should say:

Bakhookh atta adonay


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