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Syriac letterings are identical to Arab

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in response to reader comment: My source for Alaha/ Allaha and Allah and Syriac in the Qur'an

Submitted by ApostlePaul (Malaysia), Aug 3, 2012 at 06:28

First , Greek OT doesn't agree with Dead Sea Scroll. Indeed this is a sad revelation. Thus telling us that the LXX approach to say Jesus is God as Deceitful.

That's why the only known language that is perfectly understood grammatically is none other than Arabic. NO changes have been detected thus legitimize the idea that Quran is preserved.

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