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More disasters and the Quranic word deen revisited

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 5, 2012 at 06:17

Our dear Ben Othman if we turn to surat al-fatiha and read the term yum al-deen so let me see it would really means as per your bogus reading of surat al-kafiruun

1. Yum means day

2. al-deen means the religion

or the day of religion

Right our dear Ben Othman? so is this what yum al-deen really means? you tell us

Well if we turn to al-Tabari he really tells us that the word deen here means judgment (the day your Allah would judge you based on your interpretation of scripture) right? he does not call it the day of religion right? and why is that?

Let me help you because the word al-deen (and its diminutive dain) is really a loan word from Syriac deena and it has nothing to do with the word religion or milla and it really means to judge (as in interpret scripture) as per Q2:213

See? you really do not know what the Qur'an says and what you have been told if full of lies and big time holes

You see our dear Ben Othman you cannot be Muslim unless you are an Arab as per Qur'an 14:4 which you re not and you should be fluent in Arabic

What a disaster

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