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Reader comment on item: Istinja' with the Torah and New Testament

Submitted by abdellah lasri (Germany), Sep 21, 2010 at 18:24

i'm discovering with a lot of despair this article!

and i'm wondering who translated! and if errors were per knowledge or per mistake!

i want talk about details! but about the big difference from the arabic version i'v read on the screen shot : it's ABSOLUTLY NOT wrote all this part from the fatwa (But [in fact] the Torah and New Testament do not have anything exalted in them. They are known to have been corrupted, so there is no problem disdaining them.) what is wrote exactly is : "but what we know that is changed and not contain a sacred name, there is no problem to offend it"

can someone explain me why changing this thing to have the opposite of the meaning?

Submitting....

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