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Exposing a dhimmi ...

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in response to reader comment: The word Bism is from Syriac as well as the islamic Bismillah

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Feb 6, 2012 at 16:08

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Our dear Amin tells us that he checked in 4 Syriac language dictionaries a language that he cannot speak read or write and then he tells us he did not find anything about bism being a Syriac word so here is from a real dictionary so even the Muslim Bismillah (this is not the whole basmala) is really a loan expression from Syriac and what a disaster and let me help you

True. I cannot read or write that language and never claimed so either. but neither can you. I already understand one Semitic language Arabic. And I am learning another, Hebrew.

Syriac is not a difficult alphabet. Online dictionaries make the process a lot simpler. Also I successfully caught you fabricating over Ahad being the Syriac number one.and it wasn't.

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Eastern Syriac : ܒܸܣܡܐܲܠܠܵܗ Western Syriac : ܒܶܣܡܐܰܠܠܳܗ Eastern phonetic : bis ' mil la:h [Religion] English : in the name of God , an expression used when a person is about to do something ; French : au nom de Dieu , expression utilisée quand quelqu'un entreprend de faire quelque chose ; Dialect : Urmiah

See your lying doesn't end. This is Arabic. Noted: The lack of any link or source or where this is from.

Oh here is the link. read what it actually says

http://www.premiumwanadoo.com/cuneiform.languages/syriac/dosearch.php?searchkey=1512&language=id

Eastern Syriac : ܒܸܣܡܐܲܠܠܵܗ Western Syriac : ܒܶܣܡܐܰܠܠܳܗ Eastern phonetic : bis ' mil la:h   [Religion] English : in the name of God , an expression used when a person is about to do something ;   French : au nom de Dieu , expression utilisée quand quelqu'un entreprend de faire quelque chose ; Dialect : Urmiah

Cf. ܒܸܐܣܡܐܲܠܠܵܗ, ܒܸܣܡܸܠܠܵܗ

Variants : ܒܸܐܣܡܐܲܠܠܵܐ, ܒܸܐܣܡܐܲܠܠܵܗ, ܒܸܣܡܸܠܠܵܗ

a Mussulman formula expression musulmane

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So how come you did not find this in your search in Syriac dictionaries or was this tablighee BS?

Because my dear friend (not!). your claim BASHM that you were claiming is NOT in the dictionary. meaning what you claimed.

and you seriously cannot fiddle with the truth and get away with it. Not when I am on the watch.

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