A Musical Interlude

Here’s a clip of song sung by a cute little girl with a good voice. It’s not subtitled, but it’s a religious song. Happily, it has a nice, upbeat tempo.

Music is a great way to improve your language skills. I should really listen/watch more, because just in this song, for example, are two phrases that have given me grief in the past, لبيك and نحري دون نحرك. Lesson learned.

Speaking of girls singing religious songs, and this is a whole different thing and I don’t mean to draw a parallel here–Lamb and Lynx Gaede of Prussian Blue turn 18 next year. Imagine the fun they’ll have.

I’m not going to link to their music, but it’s on YouTube if you want to look for it. So you know what to expect, here’s a comment on one of their songs:

Fathers and Mothers: Warn your children of the danger in associating with other races particularly Blacks I informed my Daughter to never trust a smile I told her to be polite but distant, and to remain alert; to avoid blacks whenever possible, and not fall for there rhetoric; white children are often targeted for attacked by minorities parents if you love your children warn them of the dangers.

And here’s another:

I only hope that you´re not White because seeing you write things like that makes me wanna kick your stupid fucker ass! And if you are White then I have two words for you:FUCK YOU!!! you fucking race traitor!!! It´s because of ignorant and stupid people like you that we live in a World where niggers,jews,muslims and all other discusting parasites are trying to take over the control of the World!

Those are YouTube comments, of course, which are pretty much all like this.
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Unrelated to the above: An Israeli Jew urges a boycott of Israel. Los Angeles Times.

Man, the people in Gaza really have it rough. What a crummy Ramadan this year.

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Filed under arab, arabic, bigoted idiots, language, music

3 responses to “A Musical Interlude

  1. I always wondered what kind of parents would give their kids such ridiculous names. Apparently, though, the names are the least of what’s ridiculous about what their parents gave them.

  2. I like the name Lynx and hate the name Lamb. 🙂

    From what I’ve read, they were brought up by mother and stepfather, and mom isn’t saying who the real dad is.

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