This is pretty off topic lol So the other day she posted a bunch of Instagram stories about the Trump/Saudi/Iran/Yemen/Houthis situation and I was like okay.. BUT,, she then started talking shit about Hamas (A Palestinian organization that resists the Israeli occupation) and how she thinks they’re terrorists. Apparently now she’s a political and religious expert and knows right from wrong. I called her out in the comments section of one of her recent Instagram posts for her bullshitting about Hamas and told her to do her research before saying anything, especially when it comes to matters like this. I called her out because I didn’t want her spreading lies about them (I’m Palestinian btw) and guess what? She blocked me lol. Well, I was about to unfollow her either way but she just made it easier for me I guess...
Oh, the irony... Plus, she clearly doesn't know what she's talking about, since there's no such thing as a "Muslim name". (I think she meant "Arabic name" though, but that would also be wrong since anyone of any culture can be a Muslim.) Mira, please speak for yourself first. Your name is pretty rare even in Canada, where you're from. And your English is terrible. Here's a screenshot of the story right before the one you already read:
Looks like she's still salty about KM. (even though she still owes him a lot of money lol)
Were you trying to say: "I question the extent of the quality of "Google Translate" with Arabic. Can you understand this? Why is Arabic writing read from right to left? Is it because in the Iraqi point of view of the *Kaaba, the sun rises "about right?"" *(The holiest site for Muslims, located in Mecca) Sorry for going very off topic, but wow, I'll have to say that Google Translate really stepped up their game in Arabic translation (or translation in general I guess) cause that was pretty understandable (with the exception of the last two words lol. What were you trying to say?) Please keep in mind that this form of Arabic (named Modern Standardized Arabic, or MSA for short) isn't used in the spoken form (except in published books, newspapers, conferences, and formal meetings such as UN summits). But, MSA is really important as it's the equivalent of a "universal dialect" that all Arabs can understand regardless of where they come from.
السلام عليكم انا بخير الحمدلله انا بفهم معظم اللهجات الخليجية و جميع اللهجات الشامية و اللهجة المصرية ولكن بس اقدر أتكلم في اللهجة الاردنية والفسطينية والمصرية وشوي من القطرية انت عربي يا نارورو؟ Because your Arabic is kinda good Is this to test my Arabic capability??? lol Edit: Btw this is an English speaking forum so ask these types of questions as PMs so that people don't downvote our comments..
I forgive you guys, what ever it takes to filter out the sockpuppet accounts! Yea, I will admit that my circumstances made me look pretty suspicious at first lol, and I can see why some of you were skeptical of my sudden appearance on this forum given my bilingualism and knowledge on this whole situation. I hope I can soon earn PULL's trust and become an even somewhat valuable source of information on this thread, which is why I joined in the first place. Edit: I forgot to mention, also, thank you for saying that my English has almost no hiccups! I will take that as a compliment.
Sorry, I'm just really upset because you guys pretty much accused me of being a sockpuppet account. I don't even know Mira in real life (pretty much none of us here do) , so I can't hate Mira as a person, I just hate her manipulative, betraying, and evil personality (which is reflected by what she did over the past few years).
I'm NOT a Saudi, but I understand the Saudi dialect (huge difference between the two). In reality, I am a Jordanian who lives in a GCC (Arab Gulf) country so I can understand many dialects of Arabic, (Saudi dialect being one of them), because of the fact that I am a native Arabic speaker. Any native Arabic speaker who was born and raised in an Arabic speaking country that isn't their own, most likely know multiple dialects. I'm not blocked from her Instagram since I deliberately don't say anything in the comments of her posts that would make her block me, which means I still have access to her posts, which means if anything like that is posted again, I can translate it for you guys to interpret it the way you want. I've been closely following the kanadajin3 situation ever since the drama between her and Rachel as well as Sharla, but as you know I've only joined PULL yesterday. The reason for that is because I never felt the need to (as you guys had all the information that I needed to know), that was until I saw that question and answer. When I saw that question, I felt the need to share that information with you guys, and I did. I hate Mira as much as all of you do, and I also doubt that her husband is even Saudi in the first place. But, the way that whoever wrote that answer was pretty convincing, convincing enough to make me, a native speaker of Arabic, assume that a Saudi was writing the answer (I could be wrong, who knows?) My intention wasn't to "confirm" anything, I intended to translate the text and give the members of this forum somewhat valuable, new information about this situation. You interpreted my contribution as me being a Saudi and defending Mira, and hinting that I am probably a sockpuppet account of hers, and none of that is true. Knowing the lunatic that Mira is, it wouldn't surprise me if we found out that that actually might be what she did to make us think that it isn't her.
For those of you who are blocked from viewing her Instagram account, this is a screenshot that I took from her story where she asked people to ask her husband questions. I'm a native speaker of Arabic and I can tell that this is definitely her husband answering since the Arabic in this text is that of a native speaker. I can also tell that her husband is Saudi because the dialect used here is one of the Saudi dialects. I translated the question and answer (see below)
Rough translation from Arabic: Question: "What do you say about Mira [allegedly] taking a large sum [of money] from a guy from *Sweden named 'KM', lying to the man and tricking him for money?" (*I know KM is in fact from Norway, I'm just translating the text) Answer: "He did give her a sum [of money] and was buying paintings from her but he had bad intentions and was following for his lust, and Mira is a kind person and with her good intentions, believed that he (KM) was in fact a part of her loving audience. Now, he has a grudge against her because she got married and is trying to harm her in any way, but he will fail." I hope you guys find this useful! Edit: mistranslation