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Our dear Ben Othman and the Quranic disaster Q2:213 and the word deen/dain part three

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 3, 2012 at 09:15

For the readers: What is most absurd about tablighees the likes of our dear Ben Othman is that they really believe that they know Arabic and it is very clear that our dear Ben Othman does not know any Arabic but he is what is called in India and Pakistan a hafiz a term not used by his masters the Arabs and a hafiz in the cockamamie word of Islam is South East Asia is a big deal so these people the likes of our dear Ben Othman memorize a book in a language that they cannot read speak or write and I call this pathetic

And what is most funny is that the Arabs the masters of our dear Ben Othman al-fiqi would call his likes al-fiqi or he who recites the Qur'an and in the Arab world a fiqi is the lowest on the totem pole of the islamic clerics!

See what happens our dear Ben Othman when you abandon your own culture the Hindu culture for an alien Arab culture?

Now back to the word Deen and its diminutive Dain

For the readers: Our dear Ben Othman is not aware that the Qur'an was revealed as only rasm which is the basic layer of the Qur'an without any short vowels so with a slight change in the editing this clearly non Arabic word can be read as either deen (we are told religion)or dain (we are told loan)

How come you did not know that our dear Ben Othman? could it be because you relly know and was hoping that we kuffar do not know or that you are really and you must pardon me did not know which would make you ignorant so which one is it?

But the thing is the word religion in Arabic is really milla or ملة right our dear Ben Othman? which is another loan word from Syriac then how come we do not find this word in surat al-kafiruun (and not your bogus surah kafiruun) you tell us

Now the word deen and i'm only using the rasm here and not the editing by the ulama (and what a disaster the qur'an has been edited) دين is really a loan word in Syriac deena and Hebrew din and it means the same in Arabic and here it is

Etymology 1

Compare Arabic دِين (dīn) and Hebrew דִּין (dîn).

[edit]Pronunciation

  • IPA: [dinɑ(ʔ)] (singular)
  • IPA: [dine(ʔ)] (plural)

[edit]Noun

ܕܝܢܐ m (emphatic plural ܕܝܢܐ)

  1. justice
  2. judgement, sentence, verdict
  3. lawsuit, dispute, contention
  4. law, rule, custom, manner
  5. reason, cause
  6. criterion
  7. account, recollection

[edit]Inflection

[show ▼] declension of ܕܝܢܐ

[edit]Etymology 2

Modified from above. Compare Arabic دَيَّان (dayyān) and Hebrew דַּיָּן (dayyān).

[edit]Pronunciation

  • IPA: [dajjɑnɑ(ʔ)] (singular)
  • IPA: [dajjɑne(ʔ)] (plural)

[edit]Noun

ܕܝܢܐ m (emphatic plural ܕܝܢܐ ; feminine counterpart ܕܝܢܝܬܐ)

  1. judge

[edit]Inflection

Can you read this O glorious madrassa graduate? and do you see why the word deen does not really mean religion? and why the word dain is really the diminutive of the word deen (see numbar 7)

You do not see anything even close to the word religion right?

You see the ulama's (that EDITED the words of Allah or his rasm) command of foreign languages and in this case the mother language of them all Syro-Aramaic was mediocre at best so they lied to you

So O glorious madrassa graduate when you tell us that the word in surat al-kafiruun must mean religion you are reversing cause for effect right?

Now let us turn to the Quranic disaster 2:213 where it says

1. بعث الله النبين or Allah sent the nabiyeen (sic) or the prophets blah blah blah

2. وانزل معهم الكتاب بالحق or he sent with them the book with the truth

3. ليحكم بين الناس to judge between people (see the word dayyan above or judge)

4. فيما اختلفوا فيه in what they disagreed in it

And this is indeed what the word Syriac word deena (Arabic deen and its diminutive dain) and Hebrew Din and the Arabic deen and its diminutive dain really means

Now let us read the word deen in surat al-kafiruun (and not your bogus surah kafiruun)

and to you your interpretation of scripture (the book in Q2:213) and to me my interpretation of scripture (book)

So you see your little circular reasoning that the word deen here means religion because the ulama say so and the Qur'an says so is bogus

Now you tell us why do you pretend to know Arabic and what is the Quran says when you do not/

Why the delusions?

Submitting....

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