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Fixing bogus Arabic grammar

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 19, 2014 at 09:40

I think that it is sad when two Indians debate the grammar of a language Arabic that is that they cannot speak read or write

Whereas Wahadahu also existed along(I.e La Sharikalahu) with it which is in a plural form"

وحدهو as well as لا شريك له are in the sigular and the plural contrary to your bogus claim would be وحدهم and لاشريك لهم

Now you tell me why do you pretend to know not just Arabic but also Arabic grammar

,so please clarify how is Wahadahu related to plural form ?

See? I'm helping Wasim both constucts are in the SINGULAR and not in the PLURAL as you claim but I'm dying to read our dear Wasim's answer and I can see him making a fool of himself

The Greeks taught us that you cannot draw conculsions, as you did, based on flawed claims

Submitting....

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