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The roots of islam and the Arabic language

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 10, 2012 at 08:34

It seems that our dear Amin who lives among kuffar who pay the cost of his health care and his social benefits! Oh I forgot he also owns a Brand agency what ever that is and who tells us that he earned not one but three imaginary degrees in Arabic and who thought that he will be able to sneak in his little and corrected Ibn al-Naghel but like a typcial tablighee he wrote this bit of Pakistani Arabic ibn naghl which has no meaning right our dear Amin whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by islam?

And what a disaster Allah cannot spell perfect Arabic words as rahman, b'ism and raheem i his little basmala that is plagiarized from Syriac?

Oh so where would i find this little alif in your Allah's rasm? It does not exist and it is a real alif that was the EDITING of the poor Arabic spelling of Allah

For the readers: when the ulama started to examine the language of the Qur'an (syntax, spelling and grammar) they must have been horrified by the many mistakes in the text and they also had TO INVENT what is called classical Arabic that no one ever spoke and no one speaks now and this little alif that our dear Amin or his help is talking about is the EDITING of poor spelling by the Ulama but it has to be given a name and justify such glaring and massive mistakes in the book of Allah

And here is an example if you read the editing of Allah's poor Arabic of Q12:2 قراءنا عربيا which would have been vocalized as Quaa'naan 3arabiyaan but if we read how would the arabs the masters of our dear Amin would write a similar sentence so let us google inahu Qur'an 3arabiu or it is Arabic Qur'an and it would be انه قراءن عربي

And this is how they write it and I do not see the bogus انه قراءنا عربيا and let me help you because this is poor Arabic so how did the ulama try to justify such mistake? like anything in islam: delusions and more delusions as in the famous tradtion where we are told وليس غرضنا تصحيح القراءة بقواعد العربية بل تصحيح قواعد العربية بالقراءة

Or our aim is to correct the reading (read this as the Qur'an) with the rules (read this as grammatical) of the Arabic (language) but correcting the (grammatical) rules of the Arabic language

What a disaster they are asking Muslims to be liars as in the case of the big time disaster in hadhan lasahiran but again this is what islam is all about and when this little lie did not word Uthman tells us أرى فيه لحنا وستقيمه العرب بألسنتها فأقامه بلسانه وترك الرسم على حاله

Where he is asking Muslims to play pretend and read the verse the correct way but leave Allah's mistakes untouched and this is indeed what we hear in the recitation of in hadhan lasahiran where it is recited as in hadhayne lasahirani and in this case the alif at the end of both Qur'an and Arabic is in place of the kasra that should have been there oh and also the Pkistani Arabic zabar tanween

But again this is what Islam is all About

So now you tell us ... how come your masters the Arabs write inahu Qur'an 3arabi mubeen and not the bogus grammar or inahu Quranaa 3Arabiyaa that no Arab seems to follow you tell us

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انه قرآن عربي مبين..

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