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First attested HOWLING in saga of Arabian

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Submitted by Warren (United States), Aug 26, 2014 at 02:20

@Dhimmi No More: You have written " first attested real person in the saga of Arabian imperialism is Mu3awiyya " ① What does this 'FIRST ATTESTED' mean by you ? ② Why did name ' Mu3awiyya'(sic) or who howls' assign to that Arab Moslem Christen ?I mean ,Does this strange name have any such story associated relating to 'Howling' ? I will be thankful for giving further details !

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