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For our dear Mahfooz and islam is the religion of the arabs and you ain't no Arab part deux

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 7, 2007 at 12:40

More jawahir from our dear mahfooz who knows no Arabic and its clear to him by now that his degree in English does not seem to be helping him or even his Latin does not get him very far and he wrote:

Islam is the universal religion addressing all mankind.

*{Praise be to God, the Cherisher and Sustainer of the worlds;}*(Al-Fatihah 1:2)

He never defines himself as the God of all Arabs or even the God of all Muslims only, but He is God of all things, including all mankind:

Let us see so if I say:

Alhamdu liDhmmi rabbi al-3aalamiin

Would you regard me rabb al-3aalamiin? if you do not believe me which you should not then why should you believe your Allah and his claim that he is rabb al-3aalamiin? You logic is flawed

And for the Nth time the word man/womankind means: al-bashar and do you see the word al-bashar here? see what happens when you cannot even read a book in its primary language?

*{God is the Creator of all things, and He is the Guardian and Disposer of all affairs.}*(Az-Zumar 39:62 )

Az-Zumar? really? ROTFL Pakistani Arabic. It is translitrated as: al-Zzumar (there a shadda above the letter zain and voclaized as: A-Zumar (the lam is lam shamsiya) see? your degree in English does not help you here but good command of Arabic nahw wa qawa3id will help.

Now here are your problems here with such aya:

The aya says:

allahu khaaliqu kulli shayi'n (notice 3irab) wa huwa 3ala kuli shayi'in wakeel

Which I would translate as: Allah (is) the creator of everything and he is the manager/trustee (see root WKL in HW page 1096) of everything

1. Where does it say in the above aya that Allah is the God of all of man/womankind or even the word al-bashar? It does not and your claim is bogus.

2. And where does it say in the aya that: Allah laysa rabbi al-3Arab faqat. Sorry but I will not translate anything for you

3. If I say to you: Dhimmi is the creator of everything and the trustee of everything would you believe me which you should not? If so why do you believe the words and the bogus claims of a caravan raider and an Arabian warlord?

Stay tuned for more and it is you that asked for it.

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

On the other hand, Islam regards any person who submits to the Creator and who calls to this submission as a true Muslim. According to the Qur'an, all prophets who called to the idea of submitting to God, throughout the history of humanity, are true Muslims:

Submitting....

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