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More poor Muslim logic from no other than our dear zzazz

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God? - Continued
in response to reader comment: Shall we remove "God" from the bible?

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 29, 2008 at 19:32

Snip bogus foray in languages that our dear zzazza imagines that ke knows, but maybe he should stick to Urdu

> By your Once again, you have yet to prove that any Arab countries have demanded that Allah be removed from bibles.

Prove what? That you have no clue about what you are talking about? or that you have a big time case of Chutzpah? How many times do i have to tell you that Arabs, both Christians and Muslims know very well that Syriac and Arabic and Hebrew have common roots, as they are all Semitic languages, and that the word God in Arabic is Allah and in Syriac is Alaha/Allaha. How many times do I have to tell you that? So explain it to us: why should Muslim Arabs demand that the word Allah be removed from the Arabic translation of the Bible? What do you think ya ayuha al-fahlawi al-kabeer?

>You either claim that it's PC for Christians and Jews to use Allah, or claim that Muslims are against Christians and Jews using it (which is generally speaking, untrue). As a result, you're argument is a contradictory oxymoron.

Bogus falsafa as you shall see.

>If it's "PC" (whatever that means any more)-

You know what PC means!

>well then, where's your proof?

Proof for what? that your arguments are poor and so is your logic?

>Dhimmi never gave any either.

To what? I only posed a question and I was being sarcastic. So now you want me to write a disseration to prove that Christians in the Middle East call their God, Jesus that is, because it is PC? Are you for real?But wait pay me the cost and I will do it. Deal?

>He's far too busy bashing me- and a lot of other people as well- to bother to do that.

To write a disseration or to bash you. Oh poor baby.

>No the site I mentioned does not refer to God, it refers to the Tati language. I posted it simply to give you background info on Tati, not background info on the word for God in Persian. You are more than welcome to visit your local library and research this interesting subject in further detail if you like.

Whatever

>Calling you a sanctimonious religious absolutist isn't calling you"names". It's a fitting description for your chosen belief system.

So why do Christian Arabs call their God Allah our dear zzazz?

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