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Our dear Sabrina and his poor Muslim education and the word Allah

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 13, 2009 at 10:10

Our dear sabina who is really another tablighee who pretends to be a woman wrote

>It is unthinkable and impossible for a Muslim to believe in the existence of God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit in the New Testament sense.

Really? but Muslims tell us that Allah created them which means that he is your daddy and yo mama too right darling?

>Whoever says that God has a partner, companion or an equal God beside him

darling the Qur'an a book that you cannot read in Arabic says

inna allaha wa mala'ikatuh yusalluna 3ala al-nabi

Oh you will find it in surat al-ahzab 56 and do you know what this means? It means that your Allah and his angels PRAY to Muhammad which means that Muhammad is a God too darling right?

Oh there is more then the aya says

ya ayuha al-ladhina aamano sallo 3aliyhi

Do you know what this means darling? it means that the Qur'an is saying that you must pray to Muhammad too! So much for the bogus tawheed of islam

>will, from an Islamic point of view, fall into an unforgivable sin (like the sin against the Holy Spirit in Christianity).

It seems that your claim is bogus darling

>Consequently, the Islamic confession of faith declares not just the uniqueness of Allah

Wrong. al-shahada says that ash hadu ana la ilaha ila allah wa ash hadu ana muhammadan rasul allah

You forgot Muhammad darling and i'm sure that you agree with me that your Arabian Allah says that wa ilahina wa ilhikum wahid and do you know what this means? It means that your Allah says that he is also the God of the Jews and Christians then is ayat al-jizya he decalres war on them not because they do not believe that he is their god but because they do not forbid what he AND MUHAMMAD forbid. Do you know what this means darling? it means that Muhammad is a PARTNER to your Allah

How come you did not know that? ... or were you hoping that we infidels do not know that?

>but at the same time firmly rejects the deity of Christ and the deity of the Holy Spirit.

ReallY? so where would i find in al-shihada that

ina al-maseeh laysa rab wa ina al-roh al-qudus laysat raba

You will not find it but you will find in the Qur'an that you cannot read in Arabic that

1. Jesus did not die right darling? and the only thing that does not die is a god right darling? then congratulations our dear sabina al-tablighee but Jesus is your Allah

2. Jesus created life which is only a god can do right our dear sabrina al-tablighee then congratulations our dear sabrina but it seems that the Qur'an is saying that Jesus is your Allah

3.Oh I love this one Christians in the Middle East call theiro god Jesus that is Allah right darling? then I must assume that Jesus is your Allah too!

>In the Arabic language,

A language that you cannot speak read or write right mr demagogue? oh did I just call you mr?

>the name Allah is a study in itself.

Sobhanallah the word Allah is a study in itself?Really?

Hello: the word Allah is the proper name for God in Arabic a language that you cannot read speak or write and that is it

>The word can be understood as a sentence: al-el-hu.

ROTFL al-el-hu is a sentence? really? in which language Arabic or is it Urdu? you do not know any Arabic or Hebrew or Syriac and you need to stick ti urdu darling

> "El" is an old Semitic name for God meaning "the strong and mighty".

ROTFL what a piece of nonsense

Your masters the Arabs darling tell us that the word allah is a contraction of the word al-Ilah

and the word Ilah is a semitic word and it means GOD in Syriac Arabic and Hebrew and al is the Arabic language definite article. Shame on you

>The Islamic name, Allah, corresponds to the Hebrew name Elohim,

No it does not Elohim it is the plural for eloh (ilah in Arabic) or God

>which can also be understood as a statement: Al-el-hum.

ROTFL what on earth are you talking about? let me guess you have no clue

> Although the Hebrew name Elohim contains the possibility of a plural (hum),

It is plural

> the name of Allah (hu) can only be singular.

So what is the plural of sabrina? there is no plural for allah because it is a proper name mr ignorant but there is a plural for Ilah or god and it is aliha or gods

>Thus, Allah in Islam is always only one and never a unity of three,

gobbledygook

Now here is your lesson fro today: The word Allah or God is a loan word from Syriac Alaha or Allaha and get over it

>even if such a unity was complete in itself. When Christians claim that their Trinity does not mean three different, separated persons, but a unity in a Trinity, Muslims must repudiate this concept. For them Allah is never a triune God, but one person alone. Allah (God) has 99 names by the way.

Darling do you know what is an aqnum? it is an Arabic word and aqaneem is the plural so what is the difference between al-aqaneem fi al-maseheiya wa asma' allah fi al-islam?Let me help you there is no difference except in the mind of an ignorant Arab who was an Arabian warlord and caravan raider! Oh the transliterated Arabic? You can ask your Mullah to tell you what it means

Shame on you for repeating this nonsense

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