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Our dear Aamir more bogus claims by tablighees like him

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 30, 2007 at 20:39

Our dear Aamir wrote

>the fact is that the actual script in Arabic is so secure that no one dare to alter a single word

One word: Bogus. How do you explain that in the 1923-1924 Cairo edition of the Qur'an the rasm of the word MKL in Surat al-Fatiha is read as MaaLiKi (the owner of) and in the the 1969 edition of the Tunisian Qur'an the same word is read as: MaLiKi (or the king of) in the first case the 3Ulama and not your Allah added an alif above the meem and a kasra below the lam and a kasra below the kaf and in the second case the 3Ulama also added only a fatha above the meem and a kasra below the lam and a kasra below the kaf? How come you did not know that? and do you know what this really means ya ayuha al-faylasoof al-kabeer?

It means

1. That the 3Ulama were editing the poor rasm of your Allah. So much for the unedited Qur'an

2. That the Qur'an is the most edited book that you one can find

3. That no one seem to know what this opaque revelation is really saying as the rasm of the word MLK is either maaliki or maliki and it is either Muhammad have heard it as maaliki or maliki and it could not have been both, so is it maaliki or is it maliki ya roh baba? and do you know what this really means? It means that your claim that no one dared to alter a word in the Qur'an is a bogus claim.

How come you did not know that? I suggest that you stick to Urdu

See what happens when your likes become the slaves of a foreigh language and culture?


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