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  • Hovel Chenorhokian Unwittingly Besmirches Doctor Dahesh

    I'm going to keep this short and sweet:

    If you're a Daheshist, then log on to this page, and read the title of the article that Hovel Chenorhokian penned for L'Express.

    I posted a comment asking him to CORRECT the spelling of the headline. He has yet to do so.

    So that you know, in France, the government had decided to irk ISIS by referring to it by the acronym it (ISIS) hates: داعش

    In French, the best APPROXIMATION of this acronym from hell is "Da'esh" because there is no "ع" in either French, or English.

    So, imagine, all day long, hearing "Da'esh this" and "Da'esh that" on French TV and Radio.

    To add insult to injury, Hovel Chenorhokian is now spelling it DAHESH.

    So, RISE AND FIGHT THIS. Go to the web site. Register. And POST A COMMENT DEMANDING THAT THIS REPORTER CORRECT THIS EGREGIOUS ERROR.

    And in case you're wondering, the headline begins with "The Atrocities of Dahesh are a slap in the face ..."
    An even bigger slap in the face would be to do NOTHING.


    http://www.lexpress.fr/actualite/d-o...e_1613613.html
    "Fail, to succeed."

  • #2
    Thanks so much dear brother Mario for your great comment.
    And in our point of view, yes, its an evil attempt to misrepresent Daheshism and its heavenly word.Its a clever way for disrupting its standards in people's minds, especially the people who are willing to turn to Dr. Dahesh's message and teachings.
    Of course, we believe that no human being can have supernatural influence on the other; its the person's own will that makes the change.
    Therefore, Every Daheshist should keep to his faith by all means, no matter how strong the obstacles were in his way of faith. Taking his/her example the first Daheshists and there brothers in faith who were tortured in jail and even died, but never gave up their faith. May God bless you and Daheshville all the time.

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    • #3
      In addition to faith, you still need to actually DO something. You can just sit and pray a problem away. Here is the Facebook page we created, were you, and others (who care about this issue) can publicly voice your opinion on this matter https://www.facebook.com/DoctorDahesh.
      "Fail, to succeed."

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      • #4
        Thanks so much dear brother Mario for your reply.
        Yes sure, God willing, doing my best.
        You have my true appreciations and respects.

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        • #5
          I don't understand how "Da'esh" could be written as "Dahesh". Is it so that they may try to ease the pronunciation for their journalists and not confuse the readers/listeners? It's wrong nonetheless, one loses respect for newspapers which are so sloppy with their facts.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by cryozo View Post
            I don't understand how "Da'esh" could be written as "Dahesh". Is it so that they may try to ease the pronunciation for their journalists and not confuse the readers/listeners? It's wrong nonetheless, one loses respect for newspapers which are so sloppy with their facts.
            There's potentially malice at work here.

            Consider that he ignored the comments regarding the matter, and that he's originally from Beirut. Plus, he did use the term "Islamic State" in his article. That alone shows equivocation. If he's hell-bent on calling it Da'esh, why use "Islamic State"?

            If you Google Dahesh, you'll see the result of this guy's handy work.
            "Fail, to succeed."

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