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why was the nme mahmad deleted from the old testament

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Submitted by camille pasha (Bahrain), Oct 30, 2009 at 08:46

in the original text of the Hebrew scriptures, the name Mahamed was mentioned, yet it was altered during the course of translation. I wonder why. svp, can i be provided with englightenment on the aforesaid.

i thank you

with kind regards and all due respect

camille pasha

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