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Our dear Amin agrees that the Qur'an has its share of foreign words! I smell a fatwa

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 17, 2012 at 08:07

For the readers: the Qur'an claims to be a book written in pure Arabic and tablighees tell us that the Qur'an has no foreign words in it right our dear Amin whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by islam? now let us see you wrote

>BOOK IS CALLED SIFR BY THE NABATEANS

This means that al-Tabari is claiming that the word asfara(n) is a Nabataen word (sic) right?

This means that

1. The Qur'an has foreign words as per al-Tabari

2. It means that the Quranic claim that it is Qurana 3Arabiyya (sic) it not true so who is the liar here?

3. It means that if you agree with al-Tabari then you are disagreeing with al-Qur"an right? you think that I should tell the nut cases in London that you our dear Amin is saying that the Qur'an has its share of foreign words? I smell a fatwa here

What a disaster

So is the word Bism (sic) an acronym our dear Amin?

Submitting....

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