You're not a fool you're just playful, and quite intelligent.
I see that you are not actually answering anything l write, you are just trying to force a pre-existing dialogue onto this topic.
The pre-existing dialogue is:
- Male, patriarch, stuffy in his old ways, wants to force everybody to follow HIS interpretation of religious dogma. HIS. His. Hssssssss.
- In comes cheeky ehBeth, minxin it up. (Pssst ... she has something of the Kali Ashtarte Venus pagan wild goddess thing going on ... don't wake the female yin yang power balance thingummy. Or she will go ayake kitsune pop counterculture alt rel metro on you. I'm talking full kundalini on wheels. Yeah she's modern, western, but digs eastern ways, gotta problem? In yer face!)
- Beth then teaches male a lesson. The end.
Let me repeat:
- There isn't much room for religious inscriptions in Islamic textiles. I said "much" not "any"
- Exceptons: flags, funerary garments, which are both nonetheless rare.
- You certainly won't find "Allah" written on a carpet.
- So anyway l think the shroud is in keeping with these principles: it's one of the few everyday textiles you could find "Allah" written on, and also: some Vikings in the Volga Region of Russia, plus some Lombards in Italy (as 2 examples) did convert to Islam, so yeah, this story seems legit.
- I also mentioned some controversy stating these were actually Viking runes, not Arabic, but l could not retrieve the source where l read that, probably a random online commenter with baseless claims?
Have a nice day Beth, and remember:
- DO reply
- Do not make it about reputations, an LGBT Progressive Jewish hangout, even Toronto, even geese. Go around the houses. Anything but the topic in hand.
I shall read it while stifling a laugh with my delicate hand, as l'm not used to such severity in a woman :^) But it'd be remiss of me to reply any further, sorry. Life's too short *sad smile*