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Guiding the perplexed with dictionaries

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 14, 2012 at 13:23

Our dear Amin the lost tablighee has no clue about how the dictionaries of Arabic and Syriac languages work because if he did he would have found the word name which in Syriac is Shm or Shma and in both Arabic and Syriac the word B means in the et voila Bishm means in the name of

You are and you must pardon me ignorant

I urge you to leave islam and get some help

Submitting....

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