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The word tur revisited and the Quranic claim that it is written in pure Arabic which is a bogus claim

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 12, 2012 at 10:14

Oh so if you can read Arabic our dear Amin can you tell the readers what does the following means

وجاء فى سورة النحل: (ولقد نعلم أنهم يقولون إنما يعلمه بشر لسان الذى يلحدون إليه أعجمى وهذا لسان عربى مبين) (4).

ونحن نسأل: " كيف يكون القرآن عربيًّا مبينًا ، وبه كلمات أعجمية كثيرة ، من فارسية ، وآشورية ، وسريانية ، وعبرية ، ويونانية ، ومصرية ، وحبشية ، وغيرها ؟ ".

So how can the Qur'an claims to be a book that is 3arabiyya(n) mubeena(n) when it is full of foreign words the likes of tur? you tell us

Some one is a liar here so who is the liar here?

Oh and how come no Arab use the word tur and instead they use the word gabal/jabal which is a real Arabic word you tell us

Submitting....

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