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in response to reader comment: Quranic disasters and figs and olives that grow in the barren area of Tur Sina! read and laugh

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Feb 8, 2012 at 20:19

"So while we are waiting for our dear Amin to tell us more about the islamic disaster Allahu Akbar"

Really? I have answered this at least 4 times already - given how you repeat you fabrications. This was simple case of ignorance... what Ism Tafdheel is. That is how to form Comparative and Superlative in Arabic.

Allahu Akbar makes perfect sense - else Arabic experts would have picked this up. Now you repeat this ... but I have already answered.... in response you have no answer. So you EVEN lie about whether I have answered or not.

Even wiki has page on this:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Takbir

Why not have a go at putting this so-called mistake on there and see what happens?

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So al-Tabari tells us that the word tur is really a Syriac word for mountain which is true as for the word sineen he tells us that it very well could be an Ethiopic word for good/better! but typical of islam the Islamic tradition tells us that the word sineen really means Sina or Sina' or the Sinai in Egypt

So on one hand Tabari is telling you something. A respected Muslim Scholar. On the other hand there typical Muslim fiddling?

Make your mind up. Again where is Tabari telling you all this. More making up. So you have fabricated everything so far about al-Tabari. And this is a likely invention to.

As usual - no sources and evidence, proof of any kind.

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"Let me help you: they have no clue and if so then blame the corrupted Bible and move Tur Sineen or gabal al-Tur which is located in the Sinai and not Palestine to and you guessed Palestine because the Bible says that olives and figs grow in Palestine!"

These strange pronouncements along with the Arabic and rambling are simply nonsensical. i doubt very much they make sense to you either.

It just that you HAVE to invent lies about the Quran. On here anything goes. Else next time you will over burden us with proof? I doubt it given your record so far.

Submitting....

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