JΛCK (cest_lui) wrote in linguaphiles,

Arabic question

How would you write "You have committed treason, not only against your country and God, but also against yourself." in (Iraqi) Arabic? It's for a story that I'm writing and I can't figure out the answer online...it's so complicated for somebody who has only studied European languages. Oh, this dialogue is coming from a man to an unrelated woman of equal age, if that matters.
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