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Islam is really the religion of the Hijazi Arabs only

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 30, 2009 at 07:35

Our dear abd al-rahman who is another victim of Arabian imperialism

Well let us see:

wa ma arsalna min rasulan ila bilisani qawmihi

Or: and we do not send a messenger unless (he comes) in the language of his people

Well let us see:

1. The above aya says that Allah sends a rasul only to his qawm or people because he speaks their language

2. Muhammad was sent as a rasul by Allah to the Hijazi Arabs his qawm because he spoke their language

3. Therefore Muhammad could not have been sent to your ancestors the Egyptians as he did not speak Coptic/Egyptian right?

4. Allah sent 120,000 prophets to different nations or so we are told. Right?

5. Then who was the prophet that was sent to your ancestors in Egypt that also spoke their language Coptic/Egyptian because he ain't Muhammad

6. Therefore congratulations our dear abd al-rahman you are a free man again from islam and the imerialism of the Arabs and now you need to find your Egyptian rasul because he ain't Muhammad the Arabian warlrod and caravan raider

>Correct your arabic understanding my friend ..

What ever

>It means the messenger was sent speaking arabic for all and not for his peoples only ...

So were your ancestors in Egypt were Arabic speakers or Hiajzi Arabs? let me help you: No therefore Muhammad the Arabian warlord and caravan raider was not sent (thank God) to them

>"Wa ma arslnak ella ra7matan lel3alameen" Qur'an 21:107

Oh let me see:

1. wa ma or and not

2. arsalnaaka or sent you (you can also read it as send due to grammatical aspect)

3. ila means except

4. rahmatan or mercy

5. lel 3alameen or for the peoples (read it as the plural of 3alam)

So this little gem says

and (we) sent you not except as a mercy for the peoples

So I have a few qustions for you here:

1. Where would i find the name of Muhammad in the above aya? You will not find it

2. Where would i find that whoever he is the subject of such aya is a rasul? you will not find it. It is talking about mercy and I acn think of many great peopel that were indeed great mercy for this humanity the likes of the Buddha and Ghandi and the Christ and Mother Teresa but Muhammad for sure was not one of them

3. Oh and as I told you before: Allah spoke to me too via an angel and do you think that may be I'm the subject in the above aya? what do you think?

So you see your little da3wa nonsense does not work in this blog

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