ELAH is the word used for ALLAH in the gospels
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Submitted by bayezid (Bangladesh), Jan 7, 2009 at 01:42
>> Oh is this like the Bible that harafahu al-yahood wa al-nasarra? Right? But if so then why do you quote kitab muharaf? Oh the Arabic? May be you can ask your mullah to tell you what it means!"
promise me youll always be this funny in your posts. lol.
the question here isnt about following kitab muharaf. its about showing you what ALLAH is referred as in both bible and torah.
i will ask my mulla what it means and ill ask him if he knows you or not. is dhimmi your first name or is it just a title? did your sheikh give you this title ? lol.
ina al-yahood wa al-nasarra harafu al-injil wa al-tawarah wa lakin lam yuharifu al-injil al-ladhi maktub bi al-azraq (and here is your bonus) wa lam yuharifu injil barnabas
So you see your evidence becomes no evidence as how would you know that your little gem hIO (sic) is no tahreef? Oh the word tahreef? well may be you can ask your mullah to tell you"
you may be funny but you are an embarassment for your friends, the grand infidel and plato. how they wish you to speak so eloquently against islam, and here you are talkig like some host in the sesame street show. do you watch sesame street? maybe you find your inspirations from there ?
And thay are? But even if you are correct but our dear bayezid the Bible is kitab muharf! So your evidence is no evidence do you get it?"
no i dont get it . loll . you can just admit that you dont know what you are talking about. then i can stop taunting you and throwig proofs every now and then in your face. at least you do dmit im correct. but coming from you,its not much of a compliment. thanks anyway.
Really? then could you provide us with a link to a Syriac dictionary where we would find such little gem: hIO?"
The KJV Old Testament Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's Number: 0426 Browse Lexicon Original Word Word Origin hhla corresponding to (0433) Transliterated Word TDNT Entry 'elahh (Aramaic) TWOT - 2576 Phonetic Spelling Parts of Speech el-aw' Noun Masculine Definition
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