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I didnt skew your reading but rather simplified

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Submitted by Shmuel Froman (United Kingdom), Sep 18, 2015 at 12:34

Hello, I merely simplified your reading of al isra by using "haram" and "aqsa" for the ease of my reading, yes I agree I should have used the definite article. Anyway, I have no issue with your reading of what al haram and al aqsa are. But still, I wonder what your thoughts are on my previous post.

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