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How come the Arabs do not call a book sifr our dear Amin? let me help you because sifr is not an Arabic word but it is in the Qur'an!

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in response to reader comment: As baseless and mistaken as ever!

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 17, 2012 at 08:17

Our dear Amin who lives among kuffar you tell us how come non of your masters the Arabs use the word sifr for book and instead they use the word kitab? any guesses?

and how come the Arabs do not use the Quranic word tur instead of jabal or mountain? any guesses?

It seems that your masters the Arabs do not follow Quranic Arabic or Quranic grammar as in the case of the disaster bism and tur and now sifr

What a disaster


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