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Flying Pigs

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in response to reader comment: More Quranic disasters and mistakes in gender

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Feb 2, 2012 at 21:44

"What a disaster Allah is bigger than what? Let me guess the 360 other Gods of the Ka3ba"

Ism tafdheel is superlative and comaprative in Arabic. Allahu Akbar. simply means Allah is the greatest. No Muslim or non-Muslim Arabic expert has ever claimed this to be a mistake of any kind. so who are you?

An anonymous fabricator (liar).

Also as per usual this shows lack of knowledge on Arabic basics

Remember this old site have a good read

http://www.reefnet.gov.sy/education/kafaf/Bohoth/EsmTafdil.htm

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"Oh and so far I'm the big time kafir proved that the Qur'an has foreign words as in the case of tur and it also has words the likes of sineen that al-Tabair had no clue what it really means inspite of the fact that the author of the Qur'an claims that it is Qurana 3Arabiyya (sic) or Arabic Qur'an and it is kitab mubeen or clear book because if it was a kitab mubeen then how come al-Tabari had no clue about what the word sineen really means"

No you are anot. Muslim already acknowledge the word that were adopted into Arabic . from foreign sources.or have you conveniently forgotten . Arabic itself is from Aramaic. and a younger language than Hebrew & Greek. Early

Some of the words you claimed are clearly wrong. as far as your little leis on the word Basmala and Ahad. were clearly lies. Which I proved easily enough. although mention the word "sources" does seem to frighten you into repeating your fabrications.

And why lie about Tabari. else where is it that he doesn't know. do point it out dear. ha ha

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"For the readers: al-Tabari tried very hard to explain this Quranic disaster Tur Sineen with no luck"

Really. how about pointing it our. rather than making another assertion. that simply isn't there and untrue....

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ان الله هو الرزاق ذو القوة المتين

What mistake. the one according to YOU language that exists in your head?

Inna - Harf Mushabbah Bil Fail - Particle

The word "Allah" - Ismul Inna - The Subject

Huwa Ar-Razaq Dhul Quwwatil Mateen - Khbur Inna - The Predicate is a complete sentence. But broken down further as:

Huwa - Mubtada... The Subject

Ar-Razaq - Mausoof - The Noun that will be qualified by an adjective (Sifa)

Dhul Quwa - Adjective

Mateen - Adjective.

How's that for a tidy bit of Syntactical Analysis. he he still frightened of BIG concept?

Submitting....

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