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For phonetics: al-Ustaz al-faylasoof al-kabeer al-ladhi la yafhum al-lugha al-3Arabiya

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 17, 2006 at 08:08

Our dear phonetic

But your rasul aka Muhammad aka Abul Qasim was an Arabian war lord, a caravn raider and a wannabe prophet. The source? The sira/maghazi! I'm just the messenger my dear phonetics. Oh silly me: I'm just the rasul my dear phonetics. And your education is bogus and poor.

So the Arabic words for today are:

1. Harami

2. al-rasul al-jahil aka Muhammad

3. al-rasul al-ummi aka Muhammad.

Oh I forgot ibn Hisham is not in your faith. What a joke!...

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