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For harrak and his lesson in Arabic!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 17, 2006 at 09:15

My dear harrak rabina yu3alimuka al-lugha al-3arabiya le ana Allah layatakalm al-lugha al-Urdu wa la al-lugha al-ingiliziya!...

Now here is your lesson for today:

Arabs would say: blah...blah...blah Muhammad sala Allahu 3aliahi wa sallam. Your Allah knows no Urdu and no English either. So why is that PBUH ya jahil?

As for SWT are we talikng about SWAT teams?...

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