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A very concerned reader: Which Arabic word would Allah accept Maaliki or Maliki in Surat al-Fatiha?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 2, 2021 at 14:30

A very concerned reader you wrote:

>The aim of memorise the whole Qur'an is to be able to vary the sequence of Surahs when praying salah. As they say, Allah appreciates the effort. Also, the pronunciation must be as perfect as one can make it, because otherwise, it can make the prayer invalid.

Again, much of these claims by Muslims from India and Pakistan are nonsense. Google Cairo Qur'an 1923 and Tunisian Qur'an 1969 and compare (and this is a very easy example) the word ملك or MLK in Q1:4

In the Cairo Qur'an it is: مالك or Maaliki or the owner of

Now, compare it with the Tunisian Qur'an and it is: ملك or Maliki or the king of

And the difference is the added alif after the letter meem!

So you see now we have two very different words! So the questions should be which one is the correct version? and which version would Allah accept Maaliki or Maliki? And which version of the word is in Allah's so called al-Lawh al-Mahfuz?

Do you see why it is all lies? The ignorant Mullahs that cannot speak Arabic lie to their students and everyone lies to everyone else.

And BTW there is no Arabic word called "Namaz"! This is not an Arabic word

Oh the Arabic word for pray/prayer? It is صلاة it is Sala (notice that the last letter is Ta Marbouta and it is silent so the proper transliteration if the word Sala is not followed by a word that starts with the Arabic language definite article is Sala not Salah. And it would be Salat if the following word starts with the Arabic language definite article.

More? If you check the word صلاة in the Qur'an you will find it written at times as صلوة or Salwa and it is clearly from Syriac/Aramaic ܨܠܘܬܐ or Sluta and clearly the source of the word صلوة in the Qur'an

So my question is: Would Allah accepts صلاة or صلوة and it cannot be both.

Do you see why these people are ignorant and liars!

Last, " full Huffaz" this is what I call word salad or English/Arabic/Urdu absolute nonsense.

The author of the Qur'an is correct for saying in Q14:4 that Islam is really the religion of the Arabs only

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