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Oh I'm telling you about it: The term al-Salamu 'Alikum is plagiarized from Hebrew and Syriac and what a disaster

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 9, 2014 at 08:42

Our dear Sheikh Melvin is complaining about my literary sources but he can prove me wrong

What is stopping you our dear Sheikh Melvin?

Hebrew Moslems, I bet you cant because you have done a poor job in your study and research. I bet you think the British founded America too

Ya Fadilat al-Sheikh what does the fact that Allah and his Buraq riding prophet Muhammad plagiarized al-Salamu 'Alikum from the Jews and Christians in the Middle East you tell me

And here is your bonus for today: Jesus had olive skin right after all he lived in the Middle East therefore he was Asiatic too right Ya Fadilat al-Sheikh? Just like you and our dear Sheila

Compare this with Muhammad where we are told by the Islamic literary tradition that he was white yes white and no source tell us that his skin was olive skin and to add insult to injury the literary tradition did not realize that Arabia was part of Asia

You do not get this one do you?

I feel sorry for you


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