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Our dear mansoor and the Qur'an and voodoo science

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 22, 2008 at 15:30

Our dear Mansoor who knows no Arabic and is stuck in Ptolemy and his cosmology just like the author of the Qur'an wrote

>Once again non compliance!

Whatever

>You are devising meanings with your own maligned perspective.

Really? It is your Allah who is saying in Q36:36-40

la al-shams yanbaghi laha an tudraki al-qamar wa la al-layl sabiqu al-nihar wa kulin fi falaki yasbahoon

Do you know what this means? It means that your Allah is saying that the sun cannot overtake the moon and (ROTFL) that your Allah salahka al-nihar or stripped the day and we have the night (you still did not answer my question: so which arm did your Allah use to yaslukh al-nihar, and is he right handed or left handed, and what happens if he cannot strip the day? Oh we get the arctic summer day, I see. what do you think? and who is in charge of the universe when Allah yaslukh al-nahar? then your Allah says wa kuli fi falakin yasbahuun or each (the sun and the moon that is as your Allah had salakha al-nihar already) swim (yasbah) in its orbit. ROTFL and big time voodoo science.

And you know what? the late Bin Baz the Mufti of Saudi Arabia wrote a book called "Jarayan al-shams wa al-qamar wa sukun al-ard" or "the running of the sun and the moon and the stationary of earth" based on the above voodoo Quranic sceince and based on the above tradition. How come you did not know that?

>Better take advise on your next reply with some authentic scientific source.

Really?

>I can only take a big sigh for you! because you are trying to divert the talk on some non issues.

Hint: It was you who told us that the Qur'an is a great book of science and your evidence was this funny earth/sun/moon thing and oh Allah yasluhk al-nihar

>Where did Quran says that sun revolves around earth??????? Where????

I'm glad that you asked: it is in Qur'an 36:36-40 read and enjoy great science (sic)

>Can't you see that earth looks flat when you walk on it???? so what big deal????

Well this is what the Qur'an says in qisat dhul qarnain! So is the earth flat our dear mansoor? It seems that Bin Baz thinks so and he was a Mufti and you ain't.

> Quran confirms the earth's shape as follows
Linguistic evidence to the "dahu" (egg-shapping) of the Earth

Really? Dahu? ROTFL Pakistani Arabic. The word egg in Arabic means: bayda and "egg shapping" as you call it means: baydi al-shakl (Wortabet dictionary page 269B) so you tell us where would I find the Qur'an your Allah saying:

wa ina shakili al-ard kalbayda

So where would I find such saying in the Qur'an?

>The "dahu" in the Arabic Language means to extend and even out.

There is no Arabic word called dahu! the word extending means imtidad. Your Arabic is bogus

>It is said: "daha" the thing; "yad'hu dahwan".

Really? so who says? Let me guess: Pakistanis and wannabe arabs like you?

>These terms can mean he either evened out and extended it or he threw it and rolled it. It is also said: "the rain daha the stones from the face of the earth,"

What terms? There is no Arabic word called daha!

> which means it rolled it and washed it away. It is also said: "The horse passed by yad'hu dahwan," which means he is beating his foot on the ground and yad'hu its sand. Also, the ostrich's mad'hi means its laying of its eggs, and "ad'hiha" is the nest where its chicks are born.

ROTFL stick to Urdu. And let me see:

ina al-na3ama tawda3 baydaatuha

Or: the ostrich is laying her eggs. I do not see a mad'hi here.

>So as we clearly see, all of the above Arabic words that are derived from "daha" mean:

One word: Bogus and shame on you for wasting my time

>1- To extend.

The word extedning means: Imtidad

>2- To roll.

The word rolling means dahraja

>3- To even out.

To even out means: Istiwa'

>4- Causing to become egg-shaped or creating, making or producing eggs (see the ostrich's mad'hi example above).

There is no Arabic word called mad'hi! Shame on you

>All of these meanings perfectly apply to our planet Earth and the stages that it went through!

Really? Says who? So where would I find in the Qur'an your Allah saying that

wa ina al-ard kashakili al-bayda

>And again, in the following ample Arabic and English vocabularies below, it is clear that the Arabic word "Dah" refers to:

Shame on you you cannot even read an Arabic qamoos or ma3jam

>1- An egg or spherical shape.

2- A squatted, dumpy, pushed down or pressed spherical object.

3- A circular motion.

And what does this have to do with the fact that your Allah is saying that earth is the center of the universe and that both the sun and the moon rotate around earth or that you do not know any Arabic and you are a wannabe Arab?

>Dhimmi, I am not tired of reading your senseless replies...I know it really feels a lot of pain when you find it very hard to prove your baseless faith as true and prove a true faith as false..Better come up with something new, so that your supporters may wakeup and tap you on your back.!!!

One word: FRUSTRATION

>For me a person like you is more unlucky than others who are not native Arab or Arabic is not their mother tongue and still can't understand the true message of Quran

But our dear Mansoor your Allah says that it is all about al-qad' wa al-qadr! Right? Or your Allah pre-plans everything. Right? then it is your Allah that made me this way and you can only blame him so is your Allah that evil that he cannot make me a believer when I can read his little book in Arabic? But if he is evil then he ain't no God. Or do you think that there is no Allah?

>Waiting for your bullish reply!!!

Now you got it.

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