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Our dear Shariar rabina yu3alimuhu al-tarikh al-sahih

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 4, 2007 at 20:11

Our dear Shahriar among other things

It is easy to forget that before the Crusades, while monks in Europe were locking away ancient texts, Muslims -inspired by the Quran which had united them and exhorted them as servants of God (Arabic meaning of "Muslim") to "seek knowledge" -- have made the most astonishing advances in varied fields.

Big time bogus. It was the Nestorians that translated the Greek learning to Syriac and then to Arabic in Baghdad at Dar al-Hikma and it for sure was not translated by Muslims. The likes of Ishaq ibn Hunein who was Nestorian and the Nestorian doctors in the Bukhtishu family must be given the credit for such great translations.

It was also Ishaq ibn Hunein that changed the Arabic language beyond imagination. During his translations of the Greek learning to Arabic and based on Sibawayhe's concept of F3L he was able to introduce into the Arabic languages many words that did not exit at the time of Muhammad the likes of; Tuhal, safra, balgham etc...perfect Arabic words now but would have had no meaning to Abul Qasim the Arabian warlord and caravan raider aka Muhammad or to his Arabian Allah. Hunein was able to reshape the Arabic language a task that non of your so called Muslim scientists would have been able to do.

And who really cares if a Muslim invented al-manganiq (oh I forgot that you know no Arabic but may be you can ask your Mullah to tell you what is al-manganiq the great invention by Muslims) and compare this primitive invention to Hunein's everlasting work in reshaping the Arabic language in the way we know it now. What is even more bizarre is that Sibawayhe the man that standardized the Arabic language and grammar was not even an Arab.

It funny that those Muslims that worked on science and falsafa were not even Arabs the likes of Ibn Sina

So what was the contribution of the Arabs to their own civilization? it was marginal a best. The Arabs did what they always did best and that is: rape, loot and destroy and give 1/5 of the loot to your Allah and his prophet

One final saying and may be you need to get a translation of such saying and no your stupid Mullah will not help you here because this is really the simple answer to your bogus history:

"So bizarr es klingt ohne Alexander den grossen keine islamische zivilisation" Carl Becker

...And like I say: you are here defending the religion of the Arabs and you ain't no Arab. shame

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