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Hallelujah - is that an admittance...

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in response to reader comment: The basmala is a loan sentence from Syriac and the word Allah is also a loan word part three again

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Jan 12, 2012 at 21:18

Ha ha ha .again no response. More plain non-sense.

Our dear Amin with the help of his shra jami a Pakistani Arabic source is trying to explain not just Arabic garmmar but also Syriac! Go figure

Aha and what does you precious Syriac mean? If you answer that you - yourself will expose you own fabrication. that is why THIRD TIME ASKING. no answer.

It is Shrah Jami a great book. And what has it got to do with Pakistan? It is commentary on Ibn Hajib - a classical Arabic source.

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Sure so what happened to the alif in ism? was it eaten by a hungry goat like the one that ate ayat al-rajm or ayat rida3at al-kabeer? what a disaster

Hallelujah - is that an admittance.next learn about Hamza Wasli.... it is optionally dropped. I have explained this to you as well. Wiki or Google as per usual.

Submitting....

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