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Submitted by Merna (Turkey), Nov 20, 2009 at 10:43

I'm a native Arabic speaker, as part of studying in Arabian school; Koran was one of the resources and i had to read it a lot.

Gladly i would say even in Arabic the Koran has grammatical mistakes, misspelled words (lots of those as a matter of fact), and words that does not exist in any dictionary; probably writtin (i.e made up) only for the rhyme necessity; Muslims usually made up excuses such as this is different than the correct spelling because the Koran must be slightly different or another senseless reason.

Bottom line is, Allah needs a few Arabic lessons.

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