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The argument from the Golden Arches and al-Tabari had no clue what is really al-masjad al-aqsa or al-masjad al-haram and you think that you know? You must be kidding

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 22, 2010 at 07:19

Our dear Clyde the wannabe Arab and how is really a tablighee and who told me that he sill checks Arabic language dictionaries and prove me wrong

Oh I'm still waiting for your imaginary dictionary ...

>1. Qur'an 17:1. "The farthest place" (al-aqsa) is identified in Islamic tradition with Jerusalem much like calling McDonald's that "hamburger place with the Golden arches)".

Then how come the likes of al-Tabari had no clue about those so called "Golden Arches" you tell us ya ayuha la-falyasoof al-kabeer? And how come Muqatil in his tafseer, which is as ealy as you can get, had no clue what is al-masjad al-aqsa? and how come Ibn Abbas the cousin of your so called prophet when asked about it had no clue? And how come only in the 11th cenury that your masters the Arabs recognize such site as in Jerusalem? What took them so long? Let me help you: Because it was all made up and how come you did not know? Oh let me guess: because you are ignorant right?

>2. NOTE: "The farthest place" - al-aqsa is the Arabic term - presently, the Dome of the Rock , and, the surrounding land making it up ,

Really? says who? this would be a case of reversing cause for effect and shame on you for uttering this nonsense

>IS the "The farthest place" (al-aqsa) .,

Farthest place from what?

But wait: masjad Qurtuba is really far away and it is located on a plateau do you think that it is al-masjad al-aqsa what do you think ?

Oh did you watch Father Zakaria Botros' review of the VERY EARLY islamic sources? The sources had no clue what is really al-masjad al-aqsa or even al-masjad al-haram and you a lost tablighee think that you know? Oh let me guess: You did not because you do not speak Arabic the language of islam right?

>so now, you have BOTH a description, and, a location, much like saying "that hamburger place with the Golden Arches, at 34th, and, Hamburger street(MADE UP in case you did not understand).

Mr ignorant this is reversing cause for effect but again al-falsafa is beyond the Muslim mind

Shame on you for posting this nonsense

For the readers: The ealy ulama that tried to decipher what the Qur'an is really saying had no clue for almost 400 years what is really al-masjad al-aqsa or al-masjad al-haram and the site was not fixed until the 11th century and what our dear Clyde al-tablighee is saying that it took muslims 400 years to recognize his "Golden Arches" why is that?

Then the question for you our dear Clyde al-tablighee

How come early Muslims did not recognize those "Golden Arches" for so long? Any guesses?

Let me help you because they were honest enough to tell us that they had no clue

But again if your Allah would have said you would be correct

wa arslna muhammad men makka ila iliya aw al-quds 3ala dahr al-buraq wa ina al-masjad al-aqsa mawjood fo makka wa al-masjad al-haram mawjood fi iliya aw al-quds wa ina al-masjad al-aqsa inahu zay al-qanatir al-zahabiya

Oh do not panic it has the golden arches too

Oh the Arabic? go and ask your Mullah oh sorry they are called imams now to translate it for you

>3. That's the Arabic term - you do NOT comprehend that. the Koran was written in Arabic.

Oh the 'argumanet from Arabic" you are the last one to pontificate about Arabic I the big time kaffir can read this book of Arabian ignoranace something that you cannot do

>In Biblical times , until 1922, the region known as Palestine, was 93% Arab, inside the Arabian Peninsula(except for NON Arab Iran, and, in 1948, Israel - all is Arab).

Mr ignorant what does this have to do with the fact that the ulama had no clue what is really al-masjad al-aqsa or al-masjad al-haram

And how come your masters the Arabs tell us that they invaded Palestine and that they came from al-Hijaz any guesses?

>Just what is it, you do not comprehend. I have NEVER been Muslim, nor, do I have any intention of being one - I am Christian, Episcopalian, ALL MY LIFE.

Really? A Lebanese who is Episcopalian! Sobhanallah! Mr ignorant if you would have told me that you are maronite or Greek orthodox you would have a case I have never heard of Lebanese Episcopalians why the delusions?

You are a fake tablighee shame on you

>Practice what you preach, GET A LIFE - and, educate yourself - yo make yourself foolish with your erroneous thinking.

No it is you that needs to get a life and get a grip on reality

>By the way, let's see some PROOF of what you have said.

What proof? That you are ignorant? we know that? and do us a favor sit with one of your masters the Arabs and watch Father Zakaria Botros review of the ealry islamic sources

I urge you to leave islam and be free again. Oh I forgot you are an Episcopalian ...

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