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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 22, 2021 at 11:52

A very concerned reader: Thank you very much for your kind remarks.

You might be interested in checking this book which was published several years ago and the title is شبهات المشككين and this can be rendered as: Suspicions of The Skeptics. This book is about defending Islam through what the Islamic tradition calls: التبرير or al-Tabrir. Yes the book is in Arabic (I'm not aware in any translations to English, you could use googletranslate and it is not the best). This book is endorsed by Sheikh al-Azhar and this is as high as you can get in Sunni Islam.

Here is the book

https://al-maktaba.org/book/434

It is very interesting that Arabic speaking Muslims are discussing real problems with the Islamic literary sources. I suspect that they hope that this book would not be read by non Arabic speakers. The authors even discuss that there are multiple Qur'ans! Yes you read it correctly that there are multiple Qur'ans (which really means that the likes of Ahmad Deedat was either a liar or was ignorant of such fact that there are multiple Qur'an).

Check this link from the book about "Multiple Qurans"

https://al-maktaba.org/book/434/5

And this is why in 1923-1924 the Qur'an was at last canonized in what we call now the Cairo Qur'an and it was approved by the Saudis in the Mid 1930's. So you need to know Arabic in-order to access such vital information about the Qur'an and Islam.

My question is: How many Pakistani and Indian Muslims would be able to read such book in Arabic and understand the real literary disasters in Islam? Any guesses?

Last, sorry I'm very busy at present. However, when I have sometime I will post the following:

1. A grammatical explanation for حافظ v. حافز and the Cluster of the following Arabic language letters: ظ ز ذ
And here is an exercise for you: You can use google translate or iphone Translate app and tap "voice to text" and say: Hafiz and see what you get. Hint: 50% would be حافظ and 50% حافز and yes there is an Arabic word حافز and here from a dictionary

https://www.almaany.com/en/dict/ar-en/%D8%AD%D8%A7%D9%81%D8%B2/?c=Financial

Also check an Arabic language keyboard and notice that the letters ظ ز are next to each other and they are located in the extreme right lower section of the keyboard and the letter ذ at the opposite left upper portion of the keyboard. These three letters stem from the Syriac letter Zain or / ܙ /

Here is an Arabic language keyboard

http://www.arabic-keyboard.org/

I will explain it all so stay tuned

2. I will also provide evidence from an Arabic speaker Muslim apologist that the word صلى or Sala in صلى الله عليه وسلم only means PRAY and he is not afraid to say so. BTW he also translated the Qur'an

Again, thank you

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