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    (Original post by infernalcradle)
    There are many hadiths in which the propher )pbuh) has encouraged and allowed people to play music.....HA
    It would be a lot more easier if you would quote them for me.
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    (Original post by Sparkzz)
    urdu ma' dear :]
    Ahh okaai. Thanx you.
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    (Original post by R£SP£CT)
    I think its urdu/punjabi, although Im not sure :p:
    Guess you were right !:awesome:

    Good prediction
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    (Original post by amrizzle)
    Sounds like the Arabic Suhoor.

    But probably an Urdu derivative. Not entirely sure.
    Yeah, it's close enough to Arabic.

    The similarities between languages is astounding.
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    (Original post by Hunnii)
    Ahh okaai. Thanx you.
    lol, good roza (fast)?
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    (Original post by someperson)
    gujratis, and i think pakistanis too, say sehri =)
    gujratis? that's the first time I hear that word. :confused:
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    (Original post by Sparkzz)
    lol, good roza (fast)?
    So roza is fast in urdu? Coolio :tongue:

    Mmm I guess so. I've got bout an hour & a half to go! :woo:

    How's your roza going? :awesome:
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    (Original post by Hunnii)
    gujratis? that's the first time I hear that word. :confused:
    Oi I'm a guji.
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    (Original post by Mazija)
    that is a very very cool mix. not strange at all. just interesting.
    i come from a mixed background as well. none of which includes anything arab. i just speak the lang
    Masha'allah, sis, i really look up to you and your fluency in Arabic.
    I thought you are Arabic from your post.:cool: :cool:

    P.s can you also speak slang Arabic...,no?

    TC.
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    (Original post by Hunnii)
    gujratis? that's the first time I hear that word. :confused:
    I think they are from a part of India called Gujarat :dontknow:
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    Does anyone know the time for the morning..? (the cut off point..)
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    (Original post by WhereIsMyMind)
    Does anyone know the time for the morning..? (the cut off point..)
    It's 4:35am in Ottawa! :awesome:
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    (Original post by Hunnii)
    gujratis? that's the first time I hear that word. :confused:
    lol...gujratis/gujis are from a place called gujrat in india...the language is called gujrati:p:
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    (Original post by Hunnii)
    So roza is fast in urdu? Coolio :tongue:
    Strange:rolleyes: I think roza is "pink" in italiano, innit?
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    (Original post by Liverpool F.C.™)
    Oi I'm a guji.
    It's nice to make your acquaintance, oh first guji I've ever met.
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    (Original post by Hunnii)
    It's nice to make your acquaintance, oh first guji I've ever met.
    i'm your second then:p:

    where are you from?
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    (Original post by Son of Adam)
    Strange:rolleyes: I think roza is "pink" in italiano, innit?
    Hahah. Or it could be pink in French but simply said by a French lady that has a very distinctive francophone accent in which she adds an a at the end of most of her words :awesome: It's possibla !
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    (Original post by ZahraF)
    I think they are from a part of India called Gujarat :dontknow:
    !!!! :hi:

    How are youu miss Zahra?! How's Ramadan treating you?! :hugs:
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    (Original post by Son of Adam)
    Masha'allah, sis, i really look up to you and your fluency in Arabic.
    I thought you are Arabic from your post.:cool: :cool:

    P.s can you also speak slang Arabic...,no?

    TC.
    thankyou!
    yeah i grew up in the Gulf so i learnt khaleeji arabic initially..
    then studied fu97a after that
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    (Original post by Hunnii)
    Yeah, it's close enough to Arabic.

    The similarities between languages is astounding.
    Yeah I love how South Asians use the word Chai for tea also.

    My friends usually teach me the swear words though :p:
 
 
 
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