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Wannabe arabs and the religion of the arabs and surat al-ikhlas

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 28, 2008 at 10:03

Our dear bayezid the wannabe arab wrote

>let me begin by saying that i appreciate it very very much that you at least fliped thru the pages of the quran even if you have not really studied it.

Oh let me see; i can read the Qur'an in Arabic. You? you do not know any Arabic and you cannot read Arabic or speak Arabic and I just wonder does your Arabian Allah really understand you when you pray to him in Bengali? Oh Urdu? We have established that your Allah does not know any Urdu

>because see, anyone that studies the quran knows for certain that ALLAH is not a god out of many gods.

Really? I did not know that!

>HE is the ony god. known by different names, but it is ALLAH. this we know firsthand as we read the quran.

How about al-rab and al-sayyid? Oh I forgot that you did not know any Arabic. So does Allah have aqaneem too? Right? Oh the word aqaneem? No I do not translate arabic for wannabe arabs like you. So does Allah have qaqneem too ? I will be waiting for your answer with great anticipation

>i was indeed vexed by your claims that HE is a moon god.

Is Allah the moon God? Really? And while we are at it can you say Hi to Mrs Allah aka Allat!

>if you studied the quran, how come you never chanced upon these verses ?

Oh I'm waiting with great anticipation

>Say, Allah is One,
Allah The Everlasting, The Eternal,
He has not given birth and was not born,
And no one is comparable to Him

Oh let me translate this little gem for you: Qul allahu ahad allahu al-samad lam yalid wa lam yulad wa lam yakun lahu kafu'an ahad

Well let me see this little gem is uttered by Muslims every day but let us see what it says in Arabic a language that you cannot read or speak or write

1. Qul means say

2. huwa allah ahad means he allah (is) one

3. allah al-samad means allah al-samad and I left the word al-samad untranslated as non of the Muslim masorites (you have no clue what is the muslims masora. Right? and I'm not even surprised) had a clue what this word really means go figure

4. lam yalid means he does not begot

5. wa lam yulad means and he was not begotten

6. wa lam yakun lahu means and there is no to him

6. kufu'an (it is aslo read as Kufuwan of Hafs from Asim) ahad means (and I will leave the word fufu'an untranslated as non of the masorites had a clue what this word reaaly means) and here is the translation now:

Say Allah is one. Allah al-samad (I left this word untranslated as non of the Muslim masorites had a clue about the meaning of this word) He does not begot and he is not begotten and there is none kufu'an (I left this word also untranslated as the muslim masorites had no clue about what this word really means) to him

So notice the following:

1. There are two words, samad and kufu'an, in the aya that have no clear meaning and do you know what this means? It means that your translation is bogus

2. It also means that you are uttering something that has no meaning

3. So Allah was not born. Really? But "if Allah created this creation then who really created Allah?" Oh you have no clue about what I'm talking about do you? Well you need to check Sirat rasul Allah in the redaction of Ibn Hisham of Ibn Ishaq's Sira page 572-572. More later

4. And here is your home work for today: What is sabab al-nuzul for this little Quranic drivel? Oh see below

5. Oh let me help you: It is not anti-Trinity as you will discover but it is about your Allah and his rasul poor command of Aristotelian logic

6. Allah does not begot. Do you know what this means? It means that your Allah cannot create which means that he is not omnipotent and as if I did not know that already. So who really created you? It is not Allah for sure. Oh let me help you; your parents

>SURAH IQLAS

ROTFL Paki/Bangali Arabic. It is surat al-ikhlas mr ignorant and what is the matter with you wannabe arabs and your lack of understanding of the Arabic language al- al-ta3reef? You need to stick ti urdu or bengali mr wannabe arab

Snip the rest of your drivel

Now and i will be nice to you and tell you about sabab al-nuzul for this drivel:

We are told in Muahmmad's sira (pages 572-572) that the Jews of Mecca posed the profound Aristotelian question to Abul Qasim the Arabian warlord and caravan raider: "If Allah created this creation then who created Allah?" and as usual Muhammad lost his temper and as excepted Gabriel came to the rescue and Q112 or surat al-ikhlas, and not your bogus surah ikhlas (sic), was "revealed." But we are told that the Jews were not impressed. And they asked Muhammad: "but how did he do it? what limbs did he use?" Muhammad lost his temper again and as excepted Gabrile came to the rescue and another Quranic gem was "revealed" and it is Q39:67! And the jews for sure were not impressed but Allah and his rasul with their poor logic thought that the subject was closed.

So when you think that Q112 is anti-Trinity then think again

I urge you to abandon islam and be whole again

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