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Our dear Fork needs to stick to Urdu! And Argument from "But al-Qurtubi was human and not infallible"

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 1, 2019 at 08:02

The genius our dear Fork whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by the Muslim invaders of India is pontificating about the meaning of the Arabic word Adna

This is the word and its Rasm: ادنى

This is the word after being edited by al-Mufasereen: اَدْنَى

What a disaster human beings editing the words of Allah as in the case of Adna? How did happen our dear Fork who needs to stick to Urdu?

Well, if we need to know what a word in the Qur'an means we need do the following:

1. Check the oldest Arabic language dictionary, not Sheikh Google صلى الله عليه وسلم "googletranslate" right Mr Genius? Here is a link to Ibn Manzur's لسان العرب and the word ادنى

Here is the link:
https://islamweb.net/ar/library/index.php?page=bookcontents&ID=2785&idfrom=2782&idto=2782&flag=0&bk_no=122&ayano=0&surano=0&bookhad=0

Ibn Manzur tells us that ادنى means اقرب or nearer

May be Ibn Manzur is an Islamophobe, or may be he did not know his Arabic language and a tablighee like you know more, or may be he was a Mossad agent or a CIA operative or may be he just exposed your ignorance and lies

Care to explain?

2. Because the word ادنى is Quranic this makes the meaning very stable even in modern Arabic so here is a modern Arabic/Arabic dictionary (sorry I do not translate Arabic for wannabe Arabs)

Here is the link

https://www.almaany.com/ar/dict/ar-ar/%D8%A3%D8%AF%D9%86%D9%89/

And the meaning of the word here is and you guessed it: اقرب same as in Ibn Manzur's dictionary

So are the editors of al-maany a bunch of liars and Islamophobes and they don't know their Arabic or are they yahud wa nasara that are out to misguide ignorant people like you?

3. al-Qurtubi, al-Tabari, Ibn Kathir and al-Jalalayin knew their Arabic and they are the top Muslim Mufasereen. So were they paid by the Mossad or were they ignorant of the Arabic language

Care to explain

But I will give you a chance find me references that tell us that the word ادنى means اوطأ or lowest

Check this link for the meaning of the word اوطأ

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%D8%A3%D9%88%D8%B7%D8%A3

So the following will be accepted as references(s):

1. Lisan al'Arab dictionary.

2. al-Mufasereen of the Qur'an the likes of al-Tabari, Ibn Kathir and al-Qurtubi

The following will not be accepted as references:

1. Sheikh Google صلى الله عليه وسلم "google translate"

2. The fool Zakir Naik

3. Ahmad Deedat who did not speak read or write Arabic

4. Your ignorant Mullah

5. Tablighee web sites

I will be waiting

More disasters? Arabic speakers make fun of ignorant tablighees like you when they tell Arabic speakers that the word Adna means lowest

Here check this

https://islam.stackexchange.com/questions/48166/in-the-the-verses-302-3-where-were-the-romans-defeated-by-the-persians-is-th

Now do us all a favor and stick to Urdu

Oh I'm not done with you

Submitting....

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