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More Syriac in the Arabic Qur'an! What a disaster

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 18, 2012 at 07:52

So while we kuffar are waiting for our dear Amin to comment on the case of the mullah is Guyana that is accused of molesting a Muslim boy here are more foreign words in the Qur'an and in Q21:87 it says

وذا النون blah...blah....blah...

Or the one with the fish/whale

al-Tabari reads it as الحوت or the whale and this Quranic allusion is really Yunis (the Biblical Jonah)

But the real disaster here is the word whale in Arabic is الحوت or al-Hoot and the word shark means القرش or al-Qirsh (and this is really the etymology of the word Quraish or the tribe of Abul Qasim aka Muhammad!) and the arabic word fish is سمكة

So you tell us our dear Amin why would Allah not use an Arabic word for fish/whale/shark instead unless the claim that the Qur'an is written in pure Arabic is a lie right our dear Amin?

So what is really this nuun or نون this is not an Arabic word for sure and guess what our dear Amin? It is a Syriac word for fish and it is ܢܘܢܐ or nuuna which is Arabized as Nuun!

What a disaster and more Syriac in the Qur'an so next time you dish out your tablighee BS about the Qur'an being written in pure Arabic think nuun

For the readers: It should not be surprising that the Qur'an is full of foreign words and number one foreign language in the Qur'an is Syriac as it was the major literary language in the Levants where islam comes from and more evidence that the Qur'an is written by human beings and no more

So our dear Amin is the word bism (sic) an acronym as Abul Qasim aka Muhammad claimed? A yes or no answer would do

Submitting....

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