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Slavery in the Qur'an and mangling of the Arabic language by Indian Muslims

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 10, 2015 at 08:35

Our dear saleem whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by the Muslim invaders of India and who lives among his Arab masters must be reading a different Qur'an

Quran abolished slavery.

Wrong. oh my evidence? Q4:24

But using a word Malakat aymanukum

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic it is ماملكت ايمانكم and do us a favor and stick to Urdu

(What your Right Hand Possess-

So where is the "What" in your bogus transliteration? Hint: Stick to Urdu

actual meaning Prisoners of war)

No if I need the meaning of what is really ماملكت ايمانكم then I do not ask lost tablighees like you to provide me with the answer but I would go and read al-Tabari or Ibn Kathir or al-Qurtubi and here what al-Tabari says if you can read Arabic

http://www.quran-for-all.com/t-4-3-24.html

Let me tell you what this barbaric ماملكت ايمانكم is: Your Allah calls salves السبايا and ملكات اليمين and جواري and عبيد and he tells his followers that they can own slaves and buy and sell them and rape them and force them in prostitution how come you did not know that?

As for the word prisoner of war in Arabic a language that you cannot read speak or write means اسير الحرب so where would i find the word اسير الحرب in Q4:24? Hint: you will not find it

And even if this is what it means اسير الحرب then you must be also saying that your Allah is saying that Muslims can have sex with اسير الحرب which means that your Allah is saying that Muslim men can have sex with other men! Do you see why you are making a fool of yourself?

Now you tell me why do you make things up?

intentianally to refer to "slaves" readers of Quran treated "Slave" and "captives" as synonyms.

Evidence? The following will be accepted as evidence

1. Tafseer al-Tabari

2. Tafseer ibn Kathir

3. Tafseer al-Qurtubi

The following will not be accepted as evidence

1. My Mullah says so

2. The ignorant Zakir Naik says so

3. The ignorant Madaudi said so

4. Mirza Ghulam who died from dairrhea in a bathroom says so

Now it is your chance to make a fool of yourself

Even the big time liar and Ahamdee Yusuf Ali tells us that your Allah is talking about slaves

Early sources on Islamic teachings (Ibn Ishaq, Al waqidi) had their role in reinstating the pre-prophet (Jahiliyya) practices within Arabian society.

Evidence?

The present day Islamic society is totally misguided by the so called early sources.

And you the lost Ahmadee tablighee knows it all! But like I always say tablighees have no shame

One more question: Is it true that the Arabs call Indian Muslims مساكين من الهند?

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