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Ya khadam Allah

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 28, 2006 at 06:33

So ya Khadam Allah oh that Allah thing that pre-Islamic Arabian pagan deity. I know that you did not pose these questions to me, but I wish to try and answer some of this drivel of yours, and may be I can help who ever you are addressing:

1. In regard to question one and before I can help in answering it I have a few questions of my own : What makes you believe the hadith provides us with an answer to what really happened in the life of Muhammad? And why did Muslims "invent" and then "fabricated' the so called isnad? How many Ahadith were let us say collected by Bukhari and how many were rejected by him, and why is that? And why should I believe that babbling in the Hadith is for real? I'm sure you would agree with me that many Ahadith can be attributed to babbling 'A'isha and babbling Ibn 'Abbas. Could you tell us more about when were they born and when did they die?

2. In question 2: Ah the tafsir thing. Well, before I can help in answering your question: could you explain to us what is the difference between Tafsir and Ta'weel? And are you talking here about tafsir or Ta'weel?

Now here is the verse direct from the book of ignorance AKA the Qur'an and this is from Pickthall (page 176)

This is a linear translation:

wa and
ina if
janahu (they) deviate or incline
lilssalaami to peace
faajunah you incline
laha to it (peace)
wa and
tawakkalu and you depend
'ala upon
Allaah Allah
innahu he is
huwa him
alssamii' the hearer
al'aliimun he who knows

This is my Qira'a. Now here is my Ta'weel: Muhammad or is it Allah that pre-Islamic Arabian pagan deity is saying: "If they want peace (the nasty Kufar that is) you also select peace and depend on Allah He is (why would Allah that pre-Islamic Arabian deity speak in the third person here? good question) the hearer and he who knows.

So why is your Allah thing speaking here in the third person? Unless these are the words of the prophet Mo! But I thought that these were the words of the Allah thing?

4. Ah more fantasy. Before I can help in answering your questions:so Bilal was he for real? And what makes you belive the sources as in the Sira and the hadith?

5. Could you translate this sentence to us?

Khadam Allah huwa bi yirghi kiteer
wala 'Andu fikra bin altafseer wa alta'weel

This is just a test.

By the way did you enjoy reading Harry Potter?
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