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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 1, 2014 at 09:02

Our dear Warren is having a little chat with of all people our dear Wasim and he has a few questions so let us see if we can help him

@Dhimmi No More:

Yes our dear Warren

You have written " first attested real person in the saga of Arabian imperialism is Mu3awiyya " ① What does this 'FIRST ATTESTED' mean by you ?

Why not look it up in a dictionary or are you lazy? So let me help you

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/attested

And why is he the first attested real character in the history of Arabian imperialism? you need to read Hoyland Survey

http://www.amazon.com/Seeing-Islam-Others-Saw-Zoroastrian/dp/0878501258

This could very well mean that your so called prophet and al-Khulafa' al-Rashiduun never existed (Gasp!)

② Why did name ' Mu3awiyya'(sic)

Well let me see his name in Arabic our dear Warren a language that you cannot speak read or write is معاوية بن ابي سفيان or Mu3awiyya bin Abi Sufian and the word معاوية is meem 3ayn alif waw ya ta marbouta which would be transliterated as Mu3awiyya and how come you did not know that?

Oh and some of us kuffar use The Chicago Manual of Style as a guide (there are other sources as well) for transliterating Arabic (a language that you cannot read speak or write but this did not stop you from making a fool of yourself)

http://www.amazon.com/Chicago-Manual-Style-16th-Edition/dp/0226104206

(sic)

And do you know what (sic) really means? Surprise me

or who howls' assign to that Arab Moslem Christen ?

Did you read and did you understand what I wrote? Let me guess you have no clue right? then go back and read it

But let me ask you a few questions

1. How come he established his capital not in Mecca or Medina but in Damascus?

2. Why would his name be a Syriac name (Christian) and not the Arabic version of the word al-3Awee unless he was Christian?

3. Why would he have a cross before his name at the Ghadra baths unless he was Christian?

4. Why did he regard Kanisat Yuhana al-Me3medani in Damascus as the center of his cult and not Mecca any guesses?

5. And here is your bonus question for today how come your Allah is silent about your Hindu ancestors? Could it be because he is an Arabian deity who did not know anything beyond Arabia?

I mean ,Does this strange name have any such story associated relating to 'Howling' ?

What do you think? Hint: nom de guerre!

I will be thankful for giving further details !

And i would be thankful if you do your research before you post

You need to read with care before you post our dear Warren as for our dear Wasim he is beyond help

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