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The Quranic disaster bism

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in response to reader comment: Dhimmi and difficulty of finding Evidence.

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 4, 2012 at 07:18

So you still did not tell us our dear Amin who lives in the west that he does not like so is the word bism an acronym as your so called propeht is saying?

As you never did given out any source. I checked 4 key Syriac dictionaries (found on net). and none contained it.

Really? you can read Syriac? Sobhanallah

So can you provide us with the names and the page number of each dictionary ...?

Why the delusions? you tell us

Submitting....

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