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meaning of the Quranic words

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in response to reader comment: "Clear and unclear verses in the Qur'an, will learning Arabic help my understanding?"

Submitted by sTs (United Arab Emirates), Aug 30, 2008 at 06:25

The main language of the bible was hebrew and aramaic, that we don't find now

the latin and english and other languages will not provide the truthfulness of God's words

Therefore the Bible is a corrupt book, however the Quran is preserved in its original text and words by God

whatever the people interpret, is their problem of understanding the text of the Quran and the reason for every verse descended on Prophet Mohammad.

but the true meaninbg is still there in the Quran , I found many wrong translations of the Quranic verses

I am about to launch my own interpretation nad translation of the Holy words of God

I will comment on the rest of you comment, later on, because I am so buy now

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