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Muhammad was عبري

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 15, 2012 at 12:09

Our dear Amin discovered and masha'allah that the word Arab means he who crosses (the desert) but this is not even correct as the Arabic word for "he who crosses the desert" is عبري and not عربي and indeed the Jews that roamed the deserts in Palestine all the way to Mesopotamia are really those 3ibriyeen

Now did you learn something new today? Oh I forgot your reference was wikipedia! And what do you expect from a person who believes that an Arabian deity spoke to an Arabian warlord and caravan raider via an angel!

For the readers the word Arabi or Arab is really a methathesis of the word 'Ibri or 3Ibri

But this would mean that Muhammad was عبري and the word عبري could also mean Hebrew or Hebriac!

So I must assume that Abul Qasim aka Muhammad was a Jew ...!

What a disaster

So you tell us our dear Amin who quotes English dictionaries and not Arabic language dictionaries to find the meaning of an Arabic work with Allah and his metamorphosis of the Jews into monkeys and pigs how did Abul Qasim end? any guesses?

And who says that islam is not ridiculous

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