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More Quranic disasters and the Basmala is a loan sentence from Syriac

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 4, 2014 at 09:22

Our dear Amin who lives among kuffar and who runs away then things do not go his way and whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by Islam and whose idol is Mirza Ghulam who died in a bathroom from diarrhea

you claimed that "Basmala" was Syriac

You did not even know what is really the Basmala and you had no clue what is Syriac remember? And we kuffar "copy and paste" from dictionaries in-order to prove a point and yes al-Basmala is Syriac and not Arabic but you still can prove me worng

So what is with the Buraq our dear Amin whose Hindu ancestors were brutlaized by his Muslim masters that invaded India you tell me and did you ever meet a winged horse? and did 3Aisha cheat on Abul Qasim you tell us

And while we are waiting for your answer here is more Syriac from Surat al-Fatiha

The Ulama of your Arab masters were puzzled by the two words in surat al-Fatiha Rab al-3alameen and guess what? The word Rab does not mean Lord as the fool Pickthall tells us or the liar Yusuf Ali tells us it means "The Cherisher and Sustainer" and if you ask one of your Arab masters they will tell you that the word is one of the names of Allah!

الرَّبُّ : اسم الله تعالى

Well guess what? the word means in Syriac: Chief that is what it means or Allah the chief

Oh al-3Aalmeen? al-Tabari tells us that it is 3alm al-Inss and 3alm al-jinn! Sobhanallah

Did you ever meet a Jinni our dear Amin or is this islamic khuza3balat you tell us

But guess what it means? In Syriac and Hebrew and Arabic the meaning here must be for ever as one would find in the Syriac Lord's prayer and the meaning of Rab al-3alameen must be the eternal chief and now it makes sense

Leave islam and be free from the Arabs and their imperialism

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