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Quranic disasters: Syriac in the Qur'an and Arabic grammar that no Arab seems to follow and why is that?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 10, 2012 at 09:35

What a disaster the islamic basmala is a loan sentence from Syriac Bishm allaha rahmana wa rahima and Muslims do not even know that it means in the name of Allah the loving and beloved inspite of the fact that you will find the correct translation in the Qur'an right our dear Amin?

Oh and what a disaster Qur'anaa 3arabiyaa which can be also read as Queryanaa Gharbayyaa

For the readers: the dead give away that this is not Arabic but arabized Syriac is the alif at the end of both words Qur'an and Arabi

Oh yeah and then your Ulama have to fix all this mess by CREATING bogus grammar that no Arab seems to use and then fix the poor spelling of perfect Arabic words as rahman by telling us that the ADDED alif to this poor spelling is really an alif qasira what ever that is and it is only a style of writing so how come it does not exist in Allah's rasm?

I urge you to get a grip on reality ...

Why the delusions?

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