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Album cover parody of Aaros O Domad by Various Artists
Original album cover of Aaros O Domad by Various Artists
Comments: Funny thing, the girl's looking a lot happier than the boy is; which makes me wonder whether he's been told more about what's expected of him on the wedding night than she has. Submitted by: Honest Covers

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Indy - September 04, 2015 - Report this comment
What is the translation of the Arabic?
Callmelennie - September 04, 2015 - Report this comment
I think the person was trying to say "Bride and groom" in Arabic. He or she got "aroos", meaning bride, correct, but "domaad" is way off. It should read "Aroos wa Arees" The writing in the lower right hand corner says "Allah is Satan and Mohamed is a child molester." -- (although the "child molester" part is grammatically incorrect.) ........ Sheesh, and "you all" (meaning one troll) think I'M the one that's Islamophobic
Machine Linguist - September 04, 2015 - Report this comment
Well, Lennie, looks like you've done your homework! I don't think the original album is actually in Arabic, though. If you run "Bride and Groom" through the Google translator in several related languages, you get "Gəlin və Damat" in Azerbaijani, "Арӯс ва домод" in Tajik, "العروس والعريس" in Arabic, and "عروس و داماد" in Persian. Judging by the similarities in lettering, I think the original album cover is Persian, which uses the same alphabet and is closely related to Arabic, but only about as much as Italian is to Spanish.

As for the parody cover, I think the Arabic specifically reads "Allah is Satan and Mohammad is a child [who is a] molester." that latter part probably is just a translation error, but it *could* be saying "Mohammad" is the boy in this picture, though that seems awfully unfair to him if so. I mean, look at them: *she's* the one who's got her hands all over him, not the other way around. Cut the little lad some slack!
Callmelennie - September 04, 2015 - Report this comment
Well, Shi'ite I reckon, it is Farsi (Which is Farsi for "Persian" lol) The girl is a little too fair skinned to be Arabic, but certainly not to be Iranian. The grammatical error in question is putting the adjective before the noun. In both Arabic and Farsi, the adjective always follows the noun. Actually Arabic, and most likely Farsi, wouldn't use "child" as an adjective at all. They would say "molester of children." .......... And the person who did this is very likely trying to say "child molester" because that is a charge levied against Mohammed on account of his marrying A'isha when she was only six years old
Rob Arndt - September 05, 2015 - Report this comment
Also wrong symbol for marriage which would be two gender rings interlocked. This symbol is transgender, shemale!
Machine Linguist - September 05, 2015 - Report this comment
Actually, Rob, I think that's the symbol for hermaphrodite; a tranny symbol would be either the symbol of Hermes/Mercury (like a female symbol, but with two "horns" on top of the circle) or the male arrow and female cross combined on one protrusion from the circle. (Maybe the *girl* is actually a hermaphrodite Mohammad? That would explain a few things.)

Another possibility: according to Corbis Images (, the male and female symbols combined into one ring can just mean "heterosexual" in general, though that's a somewhat old-fashioned usage. So maybe the kids are just having a gay old time at their wedding... so to speak.
Callmelennie - September 05, 2015 - Report this comment
Dont look at me; I'm just a linguist ;-D
Rob Arndt - September 05, 2015 - Report this comment
CML, symbolism is tricky as certain symbols are interpreted differently by culture and individuals, especially with gender and sexual relationship symbols. The symbol in question is normally used in the latter category as heterosexual intercourse; however, it can also be used as transgender because it contains overlapping gender symbols. The other transgender symbol is a ring with a vertical male arrow on top with female flat line just below it.
Rob Arndt - September 05, 2015 - Report this comment
Also, living in California... I've seen that symbol used by LGBT people on rainbow flags and stickers ;-)

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