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Our dear Fahad and what is really the difference between praying to an idol and an unseen God? There is no difference

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 24, 2007 at 20:32

Our dear Fahad who knows no Arabic or human physiology or medicine or falsafa or tafkeer 3aqli wrote

In the Name of Allah, The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful

Where is your poor paki/Arabic or did you realize that you cannot get away with your poor and confused Paki/Arabic in this blog?

Please, try to make some sense. If not, please, at least try.

Make sense of what?

Looking up words (arabic words written in English) in the dictionary, and interpreting them according to your bogus intelligence is preposterous. Use some common sense.

Then prove me wrong.

buy a thesarus as well. Each Word have many different meanings according to their usages.

Oh the old bogus islamic context thing. No this is a language that you don't know and you need to look up words in ma3ajim wa qawamees wa kutb al-nahw and this is what the Muslim masora is all about (and no I do not plan to translate anything for you)

You pick one meaning and taking it literally. When I say, you are an idiot. Don't take it literally, look up the word "idiot" in the dictionary, in Arabic dictionary and English dictionary. Also look up idiot in Thesarus.

By repeating your nonsense it is clear to me that you have no clue of what the words ma3ajim wa qawamees or the Muslim masora really mean! I pity you and you must pardon me your ignorance and your pure Chutzpah and that you are debating questions in a language that you do not even know. Shame on you

Only, men/women with intelligence will find specific meaning with their specific usage.

Islamic Gobbledygook

You are spreading lies about Quran that is pure and contain no mistakes.

Then prove me wrong and let me guess: you cannot because you don't know any Arabic

To me, Allah is: The God who created the universe. He is The Most merciful, The Most Gracious.

More islamic gobbledygook

At least, I am not like you ancestors, who create some statues with their hands and later on they go worship them.

Did you ever hear about something called psycholinguistics? It is clear to me that you never did. So you tell us ya ayuha al-faylasoof al-kabeer: what is the difference between the praying to an unseen God and to idols?

Let me help you: there is no difference except in the minds of an uneducated Arab Abul Qasim that is who in addition to you and your Allah flunk psycholinguistics.

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