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Submitted by Amin Refaat (United States), May 17, 2018 at 14:31

Dear Prashant,
I am taking about a deep expert debate, translations of the meanings of Quran were done by bilingual professionals to the best of their abilities and is good for non-Arabic Muslims and sufficient to understand and practice their religion.
Do you want to tell me that translated versions of the Bible are a 100% similar to the original Aramaic Bible? If you'd say yes, I'll have to ask you why is there many versions of English and other languages Bibles.
The same applies to the Torah.

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