Our dear bayezid and poor Muslim education and teaching one tablighee at a time
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 30, 2008 at 07:54
Our dear bayezid rabina yuzayid 3aqluhu al-sagheer wa yu3alimuhu ina al-islam deen al-3arab faqat Oh the Arabic transliteration? No I do not translate arabic for wannabe arabs like you
>according to my assumptions, im sure you did not know that you read the translated version of the bible. bible that consists of hebrew and aramaic.
So? But you our dear bayezid you read the Qur'an in let me guess: in a translation too. Right? and even if you read it in Arabic in your madrassa you would have had no clue about what the Qur'an really says in Arabic because you ain't no Arab. Shame on you. And do me a favor it is Syriac or Syro-Aramaic
>im sure you also werent aware that when those sophisticated languages are translated in latin, they lose more than half of their meanings and significnce.
Really? says who? you? You do not know any Arabic or Syriac or Greek or Hebrew so how could you say that? But again you are no more than a product of an islamic madrassa. So do me a favor and stick to urdu or bengali and you know what? I can also say: when the Qur'an is translated from Arabic to urdu or bengali "they lose more than half of their meanings and significance"!! Do you get it?
>so a place where it says one thing your latin ancestors wrote another. so dont be surprised if they left out the word ALLAH from their translations.
Really? are you aware that the word God is Syriac means Alaha and in Nestorian (the language of the so called Bahira) is Allaha? And more likely than not it was Muhammad the Arabian warlord and caravan raider that plagiarized such word from Syiac via bahira. And how come you did not know that?
for your kind information, jesus christ clled ALLAH alah. thats right ALAH. thats the aramaic name for god used by christ. dont forget that the bible was in aramic. and moses called HIM eloahh. thats the name for ALLAH in hebrew. the torah was written in hebrew and not latin either.
And for "your kind information" mr ignorant Jesus did not say allah or even the Syriac alaha/allaha he said: eli eli lama sabachtani (syriac) and the word eli means my god and it does not mean God in Syriac and in Arabic such sentence would be ilahi ilahi lema sabaqtani and the word ilahi here means my god and it would not be Allah allah lema sabaqtani so did Jesus say Allah allaha no he did not and how come you did not know that? and do us all a favor: stick to urdu or bengali
>The BLB (Blue Letter Bible) links the Hebrew word "'eloahh" directly to the Arabic word "Allah", in its root and its meaning as "The True God", it even shows the word "'eloahh" in the Arabic alphabets, which is "Allah", for those of you who read Arabic. As a matter of fact, it also shows the word "'eloahh" in the Aramaic alphabets, which is "AaLaH", and it looks almost the same as in the Arabic alphabets.
there is Arabic word called eloahh? Really? and you are a fake and by the way your masters the arabs tell us that the word Allah is really a contraction of the Arabic word al-Ilah or the God which means that the word Allah means the God and it does not mean God as you seem to claim and you know what? It means that your little bogus gobbledygook blog is no more than gobbeldygook
And here is your bonus today: "the true God" in Arabic a language that you cannot speak read or write means: al-rab al-haqiq
>need more proof ?
Yes we have the "proof" that you are ignorant
or is duck tales on ?
Oh I would rather have the ham and drive your Allah out of his mind
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