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For Mu3tamid and plagiarism

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 7, 2007 at 11:44

My dear mu3tamid al-fahlawi al-masri al-kabeer

So you write me a qasida and for this I say: mash'allah ya roh baba.

But you allow Harrak who knows no Arabic to post it and claim that he is the one who composed it, mistakes and all, is a another manifestation of your fahlawa and of the corrupt Muslim mind.

But now our dear Harrak is involved in plagiarism or intihal. Or if you wish he is a ghashshash. May be in your glorious Koliya wher you earned your majesteer in Arabic intihal and ghish are not big issues, but here in the infidel west thay are.

And for this I say shame.

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