From: Andreas Prilop (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jul 28 2010 - 09:33:12 CDT
On Tue, 27 Jul 2010, Khaled Hosny wrote:
> it just happen not to get in those two positions
> in modern orthography, but it can be seen in Quran
> which is still written in the old, early Islamic orthography.
If you argue with archaic spelling, then ð and þ are English letters.
According to "Grammatik des klassischen Arabisch" by Wolfdietrich Fischer,
page 9, the "ya" is written two dots in such cases, too.
I doubt such questions can be solved with reference to the Quran,
which originally had no dots at all.
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