Wednesday, August 25, 2010

A Tale of Two Kuffars

Kuffar

Kuf·far
Definition: a term used in a Islamic doctrinal sense, usually translated as "unbeliever" or "disbeliever", or sometimes "infidel". "Dirty Kuffar".

islam ( slang offensive )
Plural of Kaffir




4 Comments:

Blogger Old Bob said...

We're proud to be the dirty kuffar,
Our wagon's hitched to Jesus' star,
We'll spread His message near and far,
We're proud to be the dirty kuffar!

11:58 AM  
Blogger tuleesh said...

Wow, Old Bob. Did you compose that?

It kind of reminds me of that St. Therese of Lisieux quote:

...I would like to travel over the whole earth to preach Your Name and to plant Your glorious Cross on infidel [what delicious irony] soil...

6:58 PM  
Blogger tuleesh said...

Wow, Old Bob. Did you compose that?

It kind of reminds me of that St. Therese of Lisieux quote:

...I would like to travel over the whole earth to preach Your Name and to plant Your glorious Cross on infidel [what delicious irony] soil...

6:58 PM  
Blogger Helen said...

tuleesh ~ The Mohammedans are mocking US. "Infidel" isn't an Arab word, it's Latin. See what we've been missing with Mass in the "vernacular"?

Bob, Brilliant as always :-D

3:28 PM  

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