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Fabricating upon Jesus Christ

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in response to reader comment: Jesus' language was Syriac

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Jan 25, 2012 at 19:13

The above is a Wikipedia entry ha! among the first things you see if you Googled Syriac.

That does not show... the first language of Jesus Christ... If that is all you had to go on and made it up ... then poor. Have another Google and come back.

"How come you did not know that?"

What - the Wiki Entry for Syriac..... ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

Are you for SERIOUS?

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Submitting....

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