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For Harrak: al-radd al-fa3il 3ala Harrak al-jahil

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in response to reader comment: الرد الفاعل على الذمي الجاهل- The effective reply, for the dimmi that don`t fly

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 18, 2006 at 07:40

But my dear harrak the hyena is back and will be back for more! And here is my: al-radd al-fa3il 3ala Harrak al-jahil

You wrote:

>I have analyzed you (sic) Arabic babling (sic) what I fount (sic) out! You are Egyptian living in the States!

I love Egypt, the pyramids, King Tut, the belly dancers and the sphynix and I will go there one of those days. Send me a ticket I will go. I'm from Berkina Fasso! I like the name Berkina Fasso.

>I will answer your shaky attempts to make sense

We shall see

>and by the way your shaky attempts to make sense and by the way I already answered your 1st two questions just refer to previos

Could you answer them one more time. I want to laugh again.

>Iqtoloo al-Mushrikeen.... the underlined is a mistake. It reads Kaatitoo usually

Bogus as you shall see and more evidence for your poor Muslim education.

Now let us turn to your Allah's little book and his infamous Q9:4 and iqtoloo al-mushrikeen or slay the polythiests (oh the warm and fuzzy Islam)

1. We have the letter Qaf with a sukun (with a fa before the letter qaf) or Q

2. then teh with a damma or To (you can also transliterate as Tu)

3. Then the letter lam or L

4. Then the letters waw with a damma and then an alif or OO you can aslo transliterate as: UU

Now we have iQToLoo or iQTuLUU

Now do you get it? May be you can consult your ignorant assistant who more likely than not flunked his Arabic nahw and you can only blame your self for accepting the poor advise that he gave you without critical examination.

Now the word al- Mushrikeen

1. al

2. meem with a damma or Mo

3. sheen with a sukun or Sh

4. reh with a kasra or Ri

5. kaf or K

5. yeh or ee or ii

6. nuun or N (and in reciting it is Na)

So now we have al-Mushrikeen

Or Iqtoloo al-Mushrikeen

Now let us say what you wrote"

>The underlined is a mistake

Now you can see that I'm very correct and your claim is just bogus.

>it reads Kaatitoo usually

Bogus. Big time bogus as there is no such Arabic word as: Kaatitoo. Bogus and you are nothing but ignorant. But again you live in a little fantasy world and if you can believe that Muhammad the caravan raider and war lord is the prophet of the God of the universe you can believe anything including your friend's poor Arabic. I'm a student of history and I study Semitic language Arabic included (and I love it as it is a great language) and I know my Arabic better than many Arabs

So much for your poor education

Stay tuned for part two

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