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you shouldnt have the name faqi hussian

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Submitted by syed mohammad ali (India), Oct 22, 2006 at 21:18

anyway mr faqi .your ignorance about islam tells every thing . if you wont believe read Muhammad's Sword: Benedict XVI Joins Forces With Bush II By Uri Avnery.. you need come out from biased history ..enrich by westeren orientalist they didnt tell you about that......Kevin Hayes, "How Thomas Jefferson Read the Quran" Early American Literature; June 2004, Vol.39 Issue 2, P. 247.

It is very interesting that Thomas Jefferson, the writer of the US Constitution, purchased a copy of the Quran, and taught himself to read Arabic, and to know the basic Arabic grammars. It should be noted that Arabic is a Semitic language written from right to left as opposed to English which a Latin language written to left to right. It is suggested in this article that Thomas Jefferson went to all this work in the Quran and it language to study the Islamic Law to help him in his legal work! judge yourself


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