Sentences? really?Oh so your bogus transliterations ELOAHH and hIO are sentences?
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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 9, 2009 at 08:09
Our dear bayezid rabina yu3alimuhu inahu la yatakalam al-lugha al-suryaniya aw al-lugha al-3arabiyya aw al0lugha al-3ibriyya
>lol. oh yeah really? if you know these laguages so well, why dont you translate the sentences im giving you in those languages....
what sentences are you talking about? All you did is you wrote two gobbeldygook words
1. ELOAHH (sic)
2. And the real gem hIO (sic)
These are transliterated words mr ignorant and not sentences
For the readers the Arabic word Ilah or God has much in common with the word God in both Hebrew and Syriac because all three languages belong to the same class of languages and that is semitic langauges
Now notice in Syriac the Word god means Alaha or Allaha and also Eloh and we have the hebrew Elohim (pl.) for God
Notice also that the Arabs the masters of our dear bayezid tell us that the word Allah is really a contraction of the word al-ilah or the god which means that the word Allah means the God and not god
Now here is the problem with our dear bayezid is that he jumps to the poor conclusion that if so then Allah must be the God of all. I will leave this poor coclusion to the readers to judge him and judge his poor eduaction and for this i say then congratulations our dear bayezid but it seems that your Allah is really Jesus and the ethnic God of the Jews
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