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For phonetics: Karen Armstrong, socratic solipsism, primordial, poor education and bogus falsafa!

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in response to reader comment: Dhimmi: Ma Gave La Nata!

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 16, 2006 at 07:56

My dear phonetics we need to talk about your poor eduaction, big ego and your glorious madrassa and oh I forgot your Arabian God who knows no Urdu.

So you tell us ya ayuha al-faylasoof al-kabeer why was the Qur'an not revealed in Urdu? Do you think may be because your Allah knows no Urdu? or may be because your Allah was the local Arabain deity Hubal? What do you think our dear phonetics?

Then you wrote your little gem of the day:

>akthar wa akthar (akhlaq you mean?....)

You do not know any Arabic, do you? I did mean akthar wa akthar! You have no idea what the word akthar means do you? Well you can go and ask your stupid mullah or imam as if they are any better than Mullahs! And again the root Kh L Q has nothing to do with the ending of my sentence. But you know what? This little gem is what I call chutzpah! you do not know what this word means either do you? You can add it to your pathetic collection of bogus quasi-erudite words: primordial, socratic solipsism etc....

>what dialect are you writing in

Well it is a dialect called: Classical Arabic which you clearly do not know! Any Arabic speaker which you ain't can read my above sentence and understand it. You? You are clueless! I call this: chutzpah!

then you wrote:

>I do not go to a madrassa

If you did not go to a madrassa I can assure you that you did go to a madrassa and do you know why? because the word madrassa in the Arabic language that you do not know means a school in the secular sense. Only in pakiland where a madrassa becomes a joke and a symptom of ignorance and fanaticism.

SNIP bogus falsafa and diatribes then you write that you did not suggest sirat rasul allah and instead suggested our darling Ms Aramstrong because it is

>islam for DUMMIES

This begs the following questions:

1. When you read her little book you must have realized that it is a poor work and it can only help dummies as you claim? right? But by you reading it you join the dummies! Right? Congratulations our dear phonetics you are a dummy too!

2. Are you also aware that Sirat rasul Allah is available in English translations? And if so why did you suggest reading a poor imitation of Sirat rasul Allah by our little darling Ms Armstrong when you can suggest the real source about the life of Abul Qasim Muhammad that is the caravan raider and Arabian warlord and wannabe prophet? Why is that ya ayuha al-faylasoof al-kabeer?

Then you wrote may be the real gem of this post:

>Ibn Hisham is not something that is in my faith

I hate to tell you buddy but your knowledge of the history of the sira/maghazi as texts is very poor and fraudelent. And it also begs the following question: if sirat rasul Allah as we have it now is not in your faith, this means that you are not a Muslim, so what are you? as if I care!

Now here is your lesson in history for today:

The sira of Ibn Ishaq as a _text_ is not extant (do you know what the word extant really means?) Oh I forgot that you claim to be a historian!

Sirat rasul Allah as text that we have now is a _redaction_ (do you know what the word redaction really means?) by guess who? no other than Ibn Hisham! So is this still not in your faith?

Without Ibn Hisham we would not have had the whole sira as a text. So did you learn something new today? And do you wish to change your bogus above sentence?

Then you tell me that you are a historian? I do not believe you!

More about the word Allah and your bogus falsafa!


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