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Our dear Hajra and Allah and his ancestors the Hindus part deux

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 29, 2007 at 07:44

Our dear Hajra is now pontificating about the Arabic language a language that he does not know wrote

-"Praise be to Allah, the Cherisher and Sustainer of the worlds"..hope you wil now come up with all your possible translations of the arabic word "RABBUL-AA'LAMEEN". :)

Now here is your lesson in Arabic for today:

The word AL-3LMIIN (and this is the rasm of the word and do you really know what is rasm?) now the 3Ulama edited the word of your Allah by adding an alif after the letter 3ayn, and a fatha above the lam and a kasra below the meem and a sukun above the yeh, and a fatha above the noon. So muc for the unedited Qur'an and so much for the poor spelling of the author of the Qur'an and of this missing alif and now we have:

al-3aaLaMIINa (al-tashkeel is the lower case and the aa following the 3Ayn is the missing alif in the rasm)

How come you did not know that?

Now the word al-3alamiin can be read as:

1. The worlds (see the root 3LM in Hans Wehr page 635 and in qamoos Lisan al-3Arab) or

2. The peoples (3alam s.) (see Q21:107 where the word must be read as: the peoples)

So your Allah the Arabian deity is claiming to be the god of the worlds/peoples but if you read the rest of the sura the meaning becomes very clear as your Allah divides the peoples/worlds into:

1. al-ladhina an3amnta 3alyhum or the the Hijazi Arabs (and Muhammad was sent only to his people the Hijazi Arabs as per Q14:4)

2. al-maghdubi 3aliihum notice that your Allah does not tell us who are really this 3alam

3. al-daaleen and notice that your Allah does not tell us who are really this 3alam it is the 3ulama that provide us with their guess that number two are the Jews and number 3 are the Christians

4. Your Allah was for sure not talking about the universe but about peoples

Do you know what this means it means the following:

1. Absent is Hinduism and Buddhism which means that your Allah cannot claim to be their God and therefore the god of the universe

2. And how come your Allah had no clue that Hinduism or Buddhism existed unless your Allah is a local Arabian deity.

Therefore I must conclude that your Allah is not any more than a local Arabian deity

Submitting....

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