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Syriac Numerals come from Eastern Arabic Numerals.

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Submitted by Robert (United States), Oct 19, 2018 at 19:57

Our Sarcastic Dhimmi, though he believes he's a Dhimmi no more, is mistaken, and lacks humility due from a Dhimmi. He appears to be confused and puts his Cart before the Horse.

In the Syriac language the Eastern Arabic Numerals were adopted, not the other way around.

Here's a source to enlighten better enlighten you, "dhimmi again": http://users.ox.ac.uk/~wolf2305/documents/syriac-numerals.pdf

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