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Our dear slayhy is saying that the Qur'an indeed has foreign words and as if we did not know

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 18, 2011 at 09:40

So our dear slayhy is telling us that the word dahaaha means he made it like the egg of an ostrich and that the word dahya means the egg of an ostrich and it is a word from the North African language which must be Berber right our dear slayhy?

I have a few questions for you:

1. Can you provide us with a Berber dictionary where we acn find the word dahya and that it means the egg of an ostrich

2. How come al-Suyuti in his work ghareeb al-Qur'an where he reviews all foreign words in the Qur'an he never mention anything about the fact that the word dahaaha is a foreign word and it is from Berber? How come he did not know? could it be because you are repeating the same nonsnese that we hear from other lost tablighees like you without critical examination of the issue at hand

3. This claim also means that you are saying that the Qur'an indeed has foreign words

You think we should tell the religious police that you our dear slayhy is saying that the Qur'an has indeed foreign words in it?

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