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The Qur'an is an edited book and Maududi and Ahmad Deedat and the copy of an Indian Qur'an v. the Cairo Qur'an

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 3, 2014 at 12:09

Our dear Hussam aka Riad Zand when told that how can Allah be al-Sadiq and also be al-Makkar unless there are indeed 99 Allahs this is his answer

Your ignorance has no limits,

The one that is ignorant so far is you

man. Allah's names are just his attributes, nothing more.

And that is what Christians tell us that the Trinity is no more than Aqaneem and nothing more

See? Silence is golden

So you tell me now do we have 99 Allahs?

And while we are waiting for your answer here is a Quranic disater

The liars Ahmad Deedat (who was an Ahmadee which makes him in the eyes of his Arab masters a big time kafir) and the other liar Maududi tell us that the Qur'an that one would find in India is the same as the Qur'an that one would find in the land of their masters the Wahhabis well let us check Q13:39 and check the first word in the veses and here is what we have in the copy of the Qur'an used by the big time liar Yusuf Ali and it comes from India

http://quran.com/13/39

Where the first word is

يمحوا

Or he eliminates

But this is a mistake in Arabic grammar because this is supposed to be in the singular and the sigular form of the word is really يمحو and not يمحوا

What a disaster

But wait let us check the verse in the 1923-1924 Cairo Qur'an and here is the word in the approved copy by the Saudis

http://www.quran-for-all.com/t-13-3-39.html

Here is the correct is

يمحو

Or the same word without an alif

Do you know what this means our dear Hussam the wannabe Arab?

1. It means that this Indian copy of the Qur'an is different from the Cairo Qur'an and there is indeed a mistake in it. But wait if you examine the old Quranic rasm you will find the letter alif which means that the Indian copy has the correct rasm which means that this is indeed a mistake! Now do you get it? What a disaster the author of the Qur'an makes mistakes in very basic Arabic grammar

2. It means that this word is edited in the Cairo Qur'an, yes edited, by removing the last alif in the word! What a disaster it means that the human beings edited Allah's book and fixed this grammatical mistake

3. It means that the Cairo Qur'an is a corrupted book

4. It means that Allah cannot even protect his own book from corruption inspite of the fact that he says that no one can chnage his word so who is the liar here?

5. It means that we really do not know which word we would find in Allah's al-Lawh al-Mahfuz

6. It means that either Maududi was ignorant or was a liar when he said that the Qur'an in India is the same Qur'an as one would find any place on earth

7. It also means that Ahmad Deedat al-Ahamadee and the kafir as per his Arab masters was either ignorant or a liar when he claimed that the Qur'an is free of corruption

8. And how come Yusuf Ali did not realize and tell the reader that this is a grammatical mistake? Could it be because he was ignorant or could it be because he was a blatant liar? Which one is it?

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