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More Fictional Mistakes?

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in response to reader comment: Spot the mistake in the book of Allah! part three

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Feb 12, 2012 at 21:32

15- تذكير خبر الاسم المؤنث

الشبهة:

هو قوله تعالى: (ولا تفسدوا فى الأرض بعد إصلاحها وادعوه خوفاً وطمعاً إن رحمة الله قريب من المحسنين ) (1).

وموضع الشاهد عند المعترضين فى الآية الكريمة هو كلمة " قريب " وهى " خبر " اسم " إن " " رحمة ".

وحين نظروا فى نظم هذه الآية توهموا كذلك أن فيها خطأً نحويًّا منشؤه عدم التطابق بين المبتدأ " رحمة " والخبر " قريب " فى التأنيث ، لأن المبتدأ " رحمة" مؤنث. أما الخبر " قريب " فهو فى الآية مذكر قالوا:

وكان يجب أن يتبع خبر " إن " اسمها فى التأنيث فيقال: قريبة

Ha Ha ha - Now even more obscurity. Absolutely no reference to where this comes from. Or which Verse this is. It is 7:56 by the way.

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What a disaster so let me fix the above mistake the word رحمة is mu'anath in Arabic and not mudhakar so let me fix this disaster رحمة الله قريبة and what a disaster a kafir like me just fixed this poor Arabic

The sentence is:

ان رحمة الله قريب من المحسنين

And is perfectly fine.

Inna - Harf Mushbbah Bil Fail

Rahmat Allah - Its Ism

Qareeb Min al-Muhsineen. Its Khabar.

Making Jumlah Ismiyah.

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Why should it be Qareebah and not Qareeb?

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Oh and did you understand them big words our dear Amin whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by islam and who lives among kuffar?

As per usual - copy and paste something then claim it a mistake. Without even knowing the reason why.

Will I see an answer - given past performances, I doubt it.

Submitting....

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