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A Guide: "How to Fiddle with the Truth"

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in response to reader comment: The Quranic word haif really means pagan and more Quranic disasters

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Feb 6, 2012 at 17:52

"Oh let me help you so here is a link to your master Sheikh al-Azhar and if you can read Arabic then follow the link for shubhat al-mushakekeen and it would help you after all Sheikh al-Azhar realizes that we kuffar are exposing Islam by using islamic sources as no more than lies and fabrications so feel free to read if you can read Arabic what the ole Shiekh is saying about all these islamic disasters"

Aha.why are you fascinated with Shiekh al Azhar.? What has it got to do with me? You got a problem you sort it out.

Who is "we kuffar" there is only YOU and you lie, fabricate absolutely everything. Outside of here .you will be laughed at for your "fiddling" with the truth.. out of ignorance and deviousness.

What Islamic Sources.you copy al-Tabari in chunks. Then are able to EVEN translate it. One go you do have you admit it doesn't make sense. The you claim exactly opposite to what Tabari is saying.. so which Islamic sources?

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Oh in the bag of tricks" the word hanif and what a disaster as the word is a loan word from Syriac and it means pagans!

For the readers: the quranic word hanif has been a puzzle to the ulama and we are told that Ibrahim and this and that was a hanif and in actual fact the word is a loan word from Syrioc and it means PAGAN

Is this what you meant by Islamic sources. give no reference? Again complete make up lie, fiction, fabrication.

An where is this word. and where is it that it has been such a problem. pray do provide some evidence and source. that allude you time and time again.

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"Eastern Syriac : ܚܲܢܦܵܐ Western Syriac : ܚܰܢܦܳܐ Eastern phonetic : ' ḥan pa: [Religion] English : 1) a pagan , a worshipper of false gods , a heathen , an atheist ; adjective : ungodly ; French : 1) un païen , un adorateur de faux dieux , quelqu'un qui ne reconnaît pas Dieu / un incroyant / un athée ; 2) adjectif : impie , sans foi , incroyant , contraire à la religion ; Dialect : Eastern Syriac

Cf. ܚܲܢܦܵܝܵܐ

For the readers Syriac P is Arabic F and the alip/alif at the end is gone when the word is Arabized"

Now you found this and fiddled a word above.ha ha ha ha ha I caught you twice lying over Syriac.one on BISHM and Ahad.. this is the third.

See.when under challenge to provide some sources for your previous fiction. you simply invent some more. But it is as wrong and deceitful as before.

Submitting....

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