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The basmala is a loan sentence from Syriac and the word Allah is also a loan word part four

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 15, 2012 at 08:28

Our dear Amin who lives among kuffar in the west that he does not like: How come Allah cannot spell a perfect Arabic word as b'ism and instead has to use the Syriac bishm? you tell us. And why do Arabs not seem to use Allah's Arabic? Oh we can have it on our agenda when we do lunch with him

Now the word al-raheem which is the last word in al-basmala which is a loan sentence from Syriac ܒܫܡ ܐܠܗܐ ܪܚܡܢܐ ܘܪܚܝܡܐ et voila we have the Arabized sentence بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

What a disaster now this time we need to talk about the word al-raheem or الرحيم but this word puzzled the ulama but in typical Muhammadan fashion it is close enough or بالتقريب Oh do not panic it means close enough to the word الرّحمان ooops i better use the poor Arabic in the Muhammadan basmala or الرحمن which we are told must have something to do with the word رحم or uterus!

et voila we are told that such word means the merciful! And on top of this Allah's rasm had to be corrected or EDITED and instead of الرحيم or ALRHM which is poor spelling of the Arabized Syriac ܪܚܝܡܐ or RHMA the the Syriac alif/alip is gone and we still have the RHM and then al al-ta3reef is added and now we have the EDITED الرَّحِيمِ by adding a shadda above the reh to reflect the missing second Reh or ra so what happened to the second ra/reh? was it also eaten by a hungry goat? Oh I forgot then the ulama had to add a fatha above the reh, and a kasra below the hah and a sukun above the yeh and a kasra below the meem and what a karitha they were editing Allah's poor Arabic

So next time you dish out tablighee BS that no one touched the Qur'an think of the disaster called al-basmala

Well if we turn to Syriac so what does the word ܪܚܝܡܐ mean? it means the BELOVED or in Arabic المحبوب or the beloved

What a disaster as we can indeed find the real meaning of the Muhammadan basmala IN THE QURAN and for this see Q5:54 where it says blah....blah....blah.. الله بقوم يحبهم ويحبونه

Or Allah will bring people that HE LOVES AND THEY LOVE HIM and this is what the Muhammadan basmala really means

So much for the Qur'an that it is كتاب مبين or that it is قراءنا عربيا (sic) or clear book and it is Arabic Qur'an

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