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How come Muslim Arabs do not call a book sifr our dear Amin? and how come it is still preserved in Christian Arabic?

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in response to reader comment: As baseless and mistaken as ever!

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 25, 2012 at 10:10

Oh could you tell the readers what is the subject of the following facebook page?

http://www.facebook.com/events/187867901262963/

Oh let me help you it is:

قراءة سفر التكوين

Let me help you: it means reading of sifr (the book of) Genesis

Do you know what this means?

1. It means that your claim that the word sifr is not used in Syriac or even in Arabic is bogus but this is Christian Arabic and the source of the word sifr here is from Syriac spar or book

2. Now you tell us how come your masters the Arabs do not use the word sifr (s.) or asfara (p) like Chrisian Arabs do? let me help you because it is not an Arabic word like tur but it is still preserved in Christian Arabic via Syriac

Now you tell us why the delusions?

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