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B.Moustapha: ...Ayat al-saif and Muslim logic.

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in response to reader comment: To;Danish/American, dhimmi no more

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 26, 2006 at 18:09

My dear Moustapha you wrote:

"As for Dhimmi no more your source of Arabic is through English interpretaions of Arabic."

I read this as: I Moustapha realized that I know no Arabic and if I go on the offensive Dhimmi no more will disapear and I will continue to tell myself and the world that I know Arabic when I do not know any Arabic grammar, syntax or vocalization."

You know how I knew that you know no Arabic? You were using I'rab (do you know what 'Irab means and when to use it? I doubt it very much) to recite your three letters of ANB and they are alif, and not alifun and nuun and not nunun (this was the most bizarre one and it betrayed your total ignorance of the language) and Beh and not ba'un (sic) as you claimed. And by the way it is vocalized as _ANBIYA_ and not Ambiya as you claimed, and your little venture in vocalization of a language that you do not speak is nothing short of Chutzpah (you look this one up).

Then you wrote: "I pity you for that."

I read this as I did my job to expose you.

And then I will skip the vitriolic nonsense and concentrate on Ayat al-Saif.

So what does it say? Let me help you: Iqtolo al-mushrikeen (oh I forgot that you do not know any Arabic) and you have the audacity to tell us that Islam does not teach Muslims to be violent?

And what was the sin of those in Mecca? You know what it was? They did not believe that Abul Qasim or is it Qutham or is it Ahmad or it is Muhammad was a prophet ...

I will be waiting for your answer with great anticipation.


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