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islam came from arabia . . .

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Submitted by Oliver (United States), Apr 12, 2007 at 09:31

the 'zero' (I believe) came from arabia - the concept of nothing (I'll give islam that) came from the land where nothing of any true worth existed - thus the ease of the formulation of the 'zero' - it took the minds of greater societies (over-run by the people of the 'zero') to put the 'zero' to practical use - that usage was not inspired by islam, it developed in spite of islam . . .

I realize that your mind is blinded by the 'zero' - the nothing of true worth that is islam - but perhaps, the TRUE and LIVING GOD will give you sight and free you from this religion . . .


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