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The Qur'an is the most edited so called holy book and more Quranic disasters

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 16, 2011 at 15:12

For the readers the Qur'an has its share of mistakes in Arabic grammar, syntax , incomplete sentences that do not make any sense and at times total disregard for the gender of the word and wrong spelling of perfect Arabic words, strange words that have no meaning and foreign words inspite of the fact that it says in the Qur'an that it is an Arabic book written in eloquent Arabic

>We cannot change the Arabic text of the Quran,

Who is we? you only a lost tablighee and you ain't no Arab right our dear slyhy?

>simply because they are the words of God, but we can explain the meaning of what came forth.

Really? so you tell us ya yauha al-ghabi al-kabeer how come the rasm of the word ملك in surat al-fatiha in the Cairo Qur'an it says مالك or the woner of and in the Tunisian Qur'an it says ملك or the king of so you see our dear slyhy whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by islam

1. it is either one or the other and it cannot be both so which one is it that Muhammad aka Abul Qasim heard from the so called angel aka Gabriel our dear slyhy who live among his Arab masters?

2. And did Abul Qasim aka Muahmmad hear it as maaliki or maliki and it cannot be both

3. It also means that the ulama EDITED this word which means that your claim is bogus

Oh if you need more examples then just ask

Oh and then we are told that it is the Arabic Qur'an as in Q12:2 so let us read the confused rasm of this little gem

ورـا عرــا which had to be edited by the ulama as قرا ءنا عربيا or Arabic Qur'an but this is indeed poor Arabic as it should have been قراءن عربي and what a karitha Allah cannot spell perfect Arabic words that had to be edited but wait the dead give away that this is not even Arabic and it is Syriac that is Arabized is the letter alif at the end of the words Qur'an and Arabic as this is the Syriac alif so let us see that this would be in its original Syriac ܩܪܝܢܐ ܥܪܒܝܐ or qeryana 'arbaya or lectionary of the west of the lectionary of Friday (when Jesus died)

So much for the Arabic Qur'an and more evidence that the Qur'an says that Jesus is God aka Allah

ya nahar eswid the Qur'an says that it is a Christian Syriac lectionary of Friday the day Jesus died

What a disaster

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