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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 6, 2011 at 10:55

Our dear Max wrote this little gem

>Q14:4 its written "rasulin" and not "rasulan".

ROTFL it is NOT WRITTEN as either RASULAN OR RASULIN and you are ignorant of what is really al-rasm and what is really al-i3rab!? let me guess you have no clue

But wait: You tell us that there is an i instead of an a or kasra v. a fatha

So you tell us why is it a kasra and not a fatha?

Hint: Grammar

You know what? I call it silly for anyone like you to debate the grammar of a language that they cannot speak read or write!

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