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Our dear Wasim is mangling the Arabic language again

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 14, 2014 at 08:29

Our dear Wasim is having a little chat with our dear Warren another Muslim Indian so read and laugh

When nobody knows, who invented the word Allah;

But you see our dear Wasim al-Tabari tells us that the Arabs "invented" the word Allah by contracting the word al-Ilah so was he a liar?

the people of Arab believed Allah as a personality and that personality is sitting in the sky with the Angels, and created the Hell and Heaven. They familiarized to the 'grave of Adam' as 'House of Allah'. They made Idol of Allah and kept in that house. When Muhammad asked to them that "why you worship to this?" then people replied, "This takes us near to Allah".

But wait if the Arabs indeed "invented" the word Allah then we have a problem and it goes as follows

1. Your Allah says that the Qur'an is uncreated and it is all written on al-Lawh al-Mahfuz right our dear Wasim the wannabe Arab?

2. Then we are told that the Arabs "invented" the word Allah as per al-Tabari right our dear Wasim who mangles the Arabic language?

3. This means that the Arabs must have existed before Allah wrote his al-Lawh al-Mahfuz right our dear Wasim who is part of the religious industry in India?

4. This means that the claim that the Qur'an is uncreated is bogus as well as the little al-Lawh al-Mahfuz is a bogus claim right our dear Wasim who told us that near in Arabic means 3aqrab

What a disaster now care to comment our dear Wasim?

Then, it is understood now that 'they were doing voluptuousness, robs and battles relying on this Allah'. To make them to leave the evil, Muhammad explained them to understand 'Allah', that 'Allah is Akbar

The Arabic word Akbar means bigger/greater so you tell us Allah is bigger/greater than what?

and Allah is Zaat', and said 'human being is noble ( Ashraf )amongst all creatures'.

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic ashraf means MORE NOBLE of Noble? It means Shareef

You are mangling the Arabic language again and do yourself a favor and stick to Urdu

Do you see why we kuffar make fun of you and your likes and why this nonsense may work in India but it does not work in the kafir west

Leave Islam and revert back to the religion of your ancestors the Hindus and be free

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