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in response to reader comment: Thanks for your reply - dhimmi no more

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 29, 2007 at 17:31

But your allah "borrowed' other Syriac words and we have them in the Qur'an and they are Ruum and sarat and tur and these are only a few examples oh I forgot and the word Allah is a loan word from Syriac Alaha or Allaha

What is wrong with loan words? you even have them in Urdu!

And what do you want me to do? condcut a study and may be interview your Allah and his rasul and gabriel? and how do you propose that I can reach them? and would you provide me with al-buraq so I can get to your Allah?

I suggest that you stick to Urdu

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