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How to maintain a Fabrication.

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Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Jan 10, 2012 at 20:28

THE ONLY REASON ACCORDING TO DHIMMI - THERE ARE MISTAKES IN QURAN - IS BECAUSE WHOLE OF ARABIC GRAMMAR IS A LIE. SO THE QUESTION IS WHERE DID HE GET HIS PRIVATE VERSION OF ARABIC?

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha - I enjoyed this one..... it shows even more ignorance and lack of basic knowledge of languages .... and Arabic.

Dhimmi is someone who doesn't even know what VERBS, OBJECTS, SUBJECT - means even in English. He doesn't stand a chance - when it comes to Arabic.

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انه قران مبين

Inna-hu Quranun Mubeen

[Certainly it is a clear Quran]

The above is a nominal sentence - the Particle Inna modifies its Mubtada (Subject) to Mansoob (Accusative) case.

Here it is the pronoun ه

The Khabar (Predicate) of Inna is Marfoo (Nominative Case)

Hence: Quranun Mubeen - does not take the accusative ending.

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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

Unlike the above sentence... Quran 12:2 is

قراءنا عربيا

Is in accusative case (part of Verbal sentence) and takes the accusative ending.

See... to call this a mistake Dhimmi has denied that whole of Arabic Grammar is a lie. So the how does he know its is lie. Because after my explanation.... he knows according to Arabic grammar. There is no mistake here at all.

Again showing ignorance of basic Arabic.

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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

So if someone INVENTED ARABIC .... why is it then they simply didn't take the accusative ending away? It is a bit silly to invent the rules..... much easier to write correctly. A chink in your poorly constructed fabrication?

Is this a joke? Ha ha - So where are your Grammar book that show Arabic of the Quran is a mistake? name me one. And how is it that you know this is editing.... that is what you cannot answer. As it is a complete lie. You will get laughed in your face if you brought this up anywhere else - any bad academic would - kick you out.

Start naming scholars of Arabic ... who agrees with the above. Evidence?

We have been through out this - this is old ground. You have repeatedly failed to answer the above. Yet you repeat the lie.

Submitting....

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