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A friend of mine is trying to make an atheist t-shirt with just the beginning of the shahada. Does this look like it has been cut correctly?

What are the commas and upside commas on this piece of calligraphy? I understand the fathah vowel marking and the hamza and the shadda, but there are additional comma-looking markings that I don't understand. There is also something that looks like a bird over the ll of illahi which I don't get because presumably the thing below it is the shadda.la illahi

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  • I don't think language-specific questions about spelling and usage are on-topic here, sorry. Oct 18 '15 at 21:08
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The commas are just decoration to fill the vacant space. Your atheist statement is very clearly written.

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