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Submitted by bayezid (Bangladesh), Dec 30, 2008 at 04:44

hahahaha im happy being what ALLAH made me as. a bangladeshi. but im a muslim . and that is the noblest identity one can have . an identity that unifies me with brothers and sisters from different lands.

im sorry you cant say the same for yourself.

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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"

oh can you ?? wow. now thats very surprising. you must be a madrasshah drop out huh? how do you find your school now?

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what muslims do first is salah. and then they pray to HIM. repeat after me, salah first, prayer or munajat later. we do the salah in arabic. we learn arabic for that. and as for prayer, we do it in our individual languages. dont forget, HE made the different languages, so HE can understand them better than we do.sometimes HE reads minds and grants the wishes. for example, this. i forgot to mention to HIM how i love to grill infidels and here you are. lol.

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Really? I did not know that!"

no wonder you didnt. with your poor receptivity, its understandable.

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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 tell the guy that ALLAH is the same god people worshipped always, and he asks me about arabic vocabulary. sad case of miscommunication. ill give you words. did you know that you are a junub up there instead of down there? do you know which two people were responsible for your nutfatul amshaaj ? oh im not telling you the meaning of those .

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

no HE isnt. HE is the GOD of your moon god actually. and GOD of your sun god. and GOD of all the other gods that you have. so since ALLAH is grander and beyond limitations, you ll just have to visit the nearest hindu temple to caress your nude stone goddess. remember me when you do, and dont forget to change clothes.

>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

this is the best translation of surah iqhlas in english. greater and more learned men than yourself have been responsible for this translation. ill name a few. yusuf ali. muhammad pickthall. and they know the meaning of the words better than you do. if you dont believe what i say, you can send them a postcard each to be sure of the words you dont know.

as for your ridiculous unfounded claims, prepare to see them smashed to smithereens right before your eyes. hahahah. i just love to say that.

below is the word for word transltion of surah ikhlas in english. preparree to be eviscerateeddd!! hahahahaha

Qul huwa Allâhu ahad

qul = say, teach, tell
root q-w-l ... to speak, say, inspire, point out, tell, relate, teach, assert

huwa = he
pronoun, 3rd person, masc, nominative

Allahu = Allah
the u at the end indicates that Allah is the subject

ahad = the one, the only one, one without any partner, one without a second

Allâh s-samad

Allah = Allah

s-samad = eternal, absolute, one whom all need, one who is the foundation of all, solid, independent

Lam yalid wa lam yûlad

lam = (particle) did not, was not

yalid = give birth to, generate, produce, sire, beget
ya is an imperfect prefix, the root is w-l-d

wa = and, and also

lam = (particle) not, did not, was not

yulad = birthed, born, generated, produced, sired, begotten
yu is imperfect prefix, the root is w-l-d

wa lam yaku llahû kufuwan ahad

wa = and, and also

lam = (particle) was not, did not

yaku(n) = is, was
ya is an imperfect prefix, root k-w-n, ( note: the n is not pronounced in this phrase)

llahu = unto Him, with Him

kufuwan = equal, like, comparable, matching, corresponding
root k-f- ' meaning to be comparable, like, similar to

ahad = the One, the only One, the One without any partner, the One without a second

instead of looking at individual words, look at the whole surah. and before you will be revealed your cheating, disbelieving nature.

any more challenges ??

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