Marijn "i before j" van Putten 30 Apr 18
Replying to @PhDniX
So finding a Quran completely representing a non-canonical reading as the 'Normal' and only one would be rather surprising. So let's dig deeper. Ignoring bi-hū, fī-hū and ʿalay-hū forms for now; What can this document tell us about what reading it is representing?