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Reader comment on item: Istinja' with the Torah and New Testament
in response to reader comment: no difference

Submitted by abdellah lasri (Germany), Sep 27, 2010 at 10:20

thanks for inviting me to take some english lessons! but it's just my 4th language so probably it's not my best!

however, you ignored an important clear part from my message!

actually your translation just changed! when i wrote my comment, the text in the end of the fatwa was (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.) i have still a screen lock on them! and it's not just an error but a new phrase who dont exist in the original text!! so long and detailed phrase that the person who wrote it is absolutly not honest!

what do you have to say ?? there is a lot of other small problems who change the meaning of this fatwa!!

in all ways as a muslim, when i read this fatwa (the real one in arabic) i understand that i cannot clean with the bible! i dont know why are you absolutly trying to find the opposite meaning!


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