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More Syriac in the Qur'an a book that is supposed to be an Arabic Qur'an and what a disaster

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 19, 2012 at 07:00

For the readers: The Qur'an, as I have proven so far, is full of mistakes in grammar and spelling of perfect Arabic words and many words are really foreign words, poor syntax and words that have no meaning and inspite of all this Muslims justify the absurd and tell us the Islamic BS about the miracle of the Qur'an and how perfect it is and it is all BS

And this time I will go after the words nabi or prophet and this is indeed not an Arabic word as we are told by no other than Shiekh al-Azhar and as you shall see below but in its Arabic form the word is نبي and the plural is الانبياء and indeed if we turn to the Qur'an we will find an entire sura called surat al-anbiya'; or the prophets or سورة الانبياء or Qur'an 21

However if we check the Qur'an again we find that the authors of the Qur'an provide us with a very different spelling for the the plural form of the word and you will find it in 39:69 and sobhanallah the word becomes النبين or al-nabiyeen! The masorited were puzzled by such word but again in typical islamic way we are told that it is juts another form of the word! Case closed

Why is that our dear Amin who lives among kuffar?

You know what? there must be a language where the plural of the word nabi is nabiyeen but it is not Arabic for sure

Oh surprise surprise it is Syriac! the word prophet or nabi is a Syriac word and it is ܢܒܝܐ oh and the plural? it is ܢܒܝܢ or and you guessed it nabiyeen!

More Syriac in the Qur'an

What a disaster

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