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Our dear Omer the Turk and his bogus falsafa

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 19, 2007 at 18:52

You wrote another gem

>Turkish is heavy on the vowels

And so is Arabic, so what is your point? Those that do not know any Arabic confuse the fact that the rasm (Arabic script with no vowels) can be read but the vowels are indeed there be it short vowels as fatha damma and kasra or A, U, I and long vowels as Alif, waw and yeh or AA, UU, II

>Arabic diacrtical marks weren't much use

This is more evidence that you have no clue about how the arabic language alphabet really works and here is your lesson for today: The rasm (do you really know what the Arabic word rasm really means? I doubt very much) of the following letters is the same: Beh, teh, theh and the hamza if in the middle of a word, for beh we have one diacritical point above the rasm, and for teh we have two diacritical points above the rasm , and for theh we have three diacritical points above the rasm, and for the hamza it will be placed above the rasm. Nice and very elegant and easy.

So you see your remark is just bogus. Now do you see what happens when your likes detach themselves from the past and associate with the alien and brabarian invaders of your homeland the Turks that is? You become confused about which alphabet you should use (and i suspect that the Turks opted for the latin alphabet becuase they were palin confused about their idenity not unlike the Pakistanis who use the Arabic alphabet) And in the process you join the religion of the Arabs and you ain't no Arab. Could this be why the Turks are the most insecure people about their bloody past? What do you think ya ayuha al-faylasoof al-kabeer?

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