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Our dear Amin who cannot read speak or write Arabic is Qur'an only! Mash'allah

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 17, 2018 at 16:48

Our dear Amin who cannot read speak or write Arabic tells us that he is:

> I am a Quranic Muslim

Dear Readers he is what the Arabs call القرانيون or al-Quraniyyon or those that discovered that most of the Ahadith (pl of Hadith) are funny, embarrassing and bizarre How could any sane person believe in "Camel's urine cure all diseases" or Muslim men demanding that their wives "breast feed" adult men or the bizarre hadith about "the goat that ate the Qur'an" or even worse "flying winged horses" and Muhammad and slavery and murdering of Jews and the sun that sets in a pool of muddy water under the throne of Allah! Real disaster! So the way out is? Ahmad Sobhi Mansour thought of this thing about Qur'an only and reject the Ahadith all of them and reject the Sira and reject Tafasir (pl of tafsir) of the Qur'an! So his followers are left with only the Qur'an

Is that right our dear Amin al-Tablighee? But to add insult to injury our dear Amin cannot read speak or write Arabic which means he has to depend on translations! So why would you believe these translations our dear Amin? Give me one good reason!

Now I have a few questions for you and you are not allowed to use the following for references

1. Tafasir al-Quran

2. Kutub al-Ahadith al-Sitta

3. Sirat rasul Allah by Ibn Ishaq

4. Abn Manzur Lisan al-Arab (would you like to know more?)

So here are my questions:

1. Where can we find in the Qur'an that Muslims should pray 5 times?

2. What does the word الصمد in Q112:2 mean?

3. When was Muhammad born and when did he die? Where would we kuffar find these dates in the Qur'an?

4. Where can we find any information in the Qur'an only that Medina was a "cosmopolitan" city prior to Islam?

5. What is the meaning of the first 5 verses of Surat al-Tahrim? And where would we kuffar find the name of Mariyya al-Qibtiyya in those verses?

6. Where can I find the name of عاءشة in the Qur'an?

7. Where can we find any mention of male genital mutilation aka circumcision in the Qur'an?

8. Why would Allah call himself Allahu Ahad and not Allahu Wahid in Surat al-Ikhlas 112:1?

9. Explain to us what does Surat al-Kawthar mean?

10 Explain to us what do الحروف المقطعة mean?

11. How many letters in al-Basmala? Are they 19 as we are told by tablighees?

12. Are you aware that the Quran we have now is an edited book? So do you reject the short as well as the long vowels and al-shadda and the hamza and al-nuqat that were added to the Quranic rasm?.

Hey invite Mr Naik (ROTFL) he can help you

This would be a good start

Submitting....

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