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Figment of a psychotic imagination, perhaps?

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Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Nov 14, 2012 at 20:18

"al-Tabari is indeed telling us that the word al-raheem as in fa3eel in this case is a strange construct and he believes it should be الرِّاحِم and not the very strange الرحيم. It is not me who is saying that it is al-Tabari that is saying that"

Yet if that ISN'T what you've invented . . . as previously - then you would have posted more extracts. . . which you have failed to do so . . . hence until proven other wise - you have made more nonsense up.

Same way . your diastrous attempt at translation - and the complete lies . But it was old stuff - I had already correcte d it . hence you lied DELIBERATELY.

How pathetic!

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"And you know what? Muslims did not even get the meaning of this rahman wa raheem (and he ain't either one and you will find it in the Qur'an in 5:54 where Allah is supposed to be the loving and the beloved"

More old lies . he he . why would different words have bearing on this?

R H M is a bona fide Arabic root . pray which scholar is saying other wise .. do share your references . . . and evidence.

Else - it is ALL happening in your mind.

Submitting....

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