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in response to reader comment: Taj and the Qur'an says that islam is the religion of the arabs part two

Submitted by Taj (United States), Apr 9, 2008 at 14:22

Dear dhimmi:

Your debate here is totally irrational and sadly misinformed...

That Allah sent Muhammad an arabic Quran, thus speaking the language of his people is not only rational, it does not logically infer, however that therefore his message is only for Arabs...Muhammad also spoke the language of the Najd and Tihama Arabs as well...

Really? So a Bilal and a Salman al-Farsi really existed? And what is your source? The bogus sira or the anachronistic hadith?

LOL!!! (no further comment needed)

Right. So who is the rasul of the Chinese because he ain't Muhammad?

Prior to Muhammad, China could have had any number of rusul...Muhammad is a rasul to the Chinese - and of course, there are Chinese Muslims...

Our dear Taj you ain't an Arab and do you know why? because your transliteration is poor. Let me correct it: Qul ya ayuha al-nass inna rasulu Allahi ilaikum jami'an (sic) ( I susepct that this word is from the root JM3 or coming together as in ta3amu3) so where would I find this aya in the Qur'an as I need to read the original Arabic.

hahahaha....for someone who attempts - badly - to transliterate the Quran, for you to ask where a particular verse is is gut wrenchingly laughable...

Where does it say in the above aya that this rasul is Muhammad? Let me help you. It does not.

Soooo...who then is the ayat speaking about, lol?

Allah spoke to me via an angel called Gabriel and I have a book for you. You think that this rasul in the above aya might be me?

Uh...no. Unless, you can prove you actually came with the Quran...i doubt your birth certificate has a date of 610 or so...

al-nass means the poeple and if your Allah would have said: al-bashar or mankind/womankind you would have a case

An Nas (there is only one seen in the word) means people or mankind - the majority of translations of the ayat use "mankind"

Really? Could you name one?

Yep: "In huwa illa dhikrun lil-'Alameen"

I will end with this last nail in the coffin for you - you've implied over and over that I am pakistani or indian and so on, when the actual truth is, you have no clue as to my ethnicity - I could be a japanese midget for all you actually know...

That you would just jump ignorantly to a conclusion without any rational thinking is an overall indicator of how absurd your opinions are...

I have been kind and courteous and patient with your ignorance - now you are just simply ridiculous...ma'salaam

Submitting....

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