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Aramaic is not Arabic LOL,

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in response to reader comment: Our dear Nura and Allah's multiple names or aqaneem

Submitted by Nura (United States), Oct 14, 2008 at 17:26

Dhimie, when it seems that you can go no lower you do!! You think you know Arabic because you use Google translate. I could play that game, but I'm not a game player.

You really don't make sense. You have told me that Allah is Jesus, Islam is paganism, Blah, Blah, Blah, make up your mind. You have already said that you loved paganism because Allah hated it, now you are telling me Islam is paganism? You should love Islam then. Go to your nearest mosque and proclaim your faith today! LOL

You know you are your own worst enemy. You proclaim to understand Arabic but you cannot understand the difference between Mushriks and Ahl al- Kitâb. You continue to attack my Arabic, but what difference does it make? I understand enough to know that you understand nothing. You don't understand half of what I write. I should keep the words simple for you, huh.

Still think your winning the market place of ideas? Think that you are calling me away from my religion by your taunting? Think that you can prove me wrong by your poor Arabic education? You are pathetic and lost. You are a wannabe Arab/ english speaking American who thinks that his childish taunting actually wins arguments for him.

Subhana Allah do you know Aramaic? You do not know any arabic darling

Soubanna-Allah LOL. Aramaic is not Arabic LOL. You are pathetic. It is actually the mother of both Arabic and Hebrew. Elah is ARAMAIC. Elohim is one of many Hebrew names for God. This is what I used to call him before Islam. See the similarities?

You should have looked that one up before you responded, who looks ignorant now? This is why Hebrew and Arabic have similar words. For example, Ben is son in Hebrew and Bin is son in Arabic. I remember that from my Hebrew classes as a child. There are also similarities in the alphabet such as Alif, bet is ba in Hebrew. So on and so forth. They are called sister languages.

Arab Christians calls God Allah because it refers to the creator God. In fact, Pagan Arabs would refer to Allah as the creator God. The only difference between them and Muslims is that they add partners to the creator God Allah. Christians add Jesus and the Holy Ghost, and pagans would add many Gods. The concept of the great Allah have never changed. It has always been the greatest God, however, through time, man added partners. Don't tell me you didn't get that one.

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic. It is al-rahman darling but like a good Paki/tablighee you have no clue about al al-ta3reef and where do you find the word most or akthar before the word al-rahman? You need to stick to Urdu

I wouldn't know about "Paki" Arabic. You still insist that I am a Sufi Pakistani Man? LOL. Your shame knows no bounds. My husband and my children can attest that I am indeed a woman.LOL

Anyway, the name that is Alakbar is ALLAH. That is the only name before Ar-Rahman.

Dhimie, the Islamic scholar? You need to take some more courses.

Ar-Rahman is the first attribute ascribed to Allah after the word Allah of course. You don't know what you're talking about. Before we start our Salat, Ar-Rahman comes before any other attribute. Then Ar-Rahim so on and so forth.

But I thought that the Jews and Christians harafu the Bible? Oh harafu? I do not not translate arabic for wannabe arabs like you

Yes the Christians and Jews put Harafu fil Kitab. However, there is still truth in it. And only the Muslim who knows the Quran can distinguish truth from the falsehood.

No translation needed dear.

Oh the word aqaneem? and what is the difference between attributes and aqaneem? well darling if your Allah has aqaneem then what is wrong with the Trinity? You have no clue about what I'm talking about do you Mr. ignorant.

Really, you don't have the intelligence to know the difference? Let's use an example of your understanding of aqaneem. Nura, can be called a wife, a mother, a daughter, a sister, a aunt, a granddaughter, a teacher, a student, ect. Despite these different aspects, or titles of me, it is still just one me. Can't help you if you didn't understand that, I made it as simple as possible. The problem with the trinity is that God does not have FAMILY. He does not have a father, mother, grandmother, son, daughter ect. Allah is the first and the last, so the example that I used for me does not apply to him. We must then use ATTRIBUTES that describe who he is. He is the most compassionate merciful, The King, The Holy, The source of peace, ect. Get it?

Allah is the first and the last, If he had a father or a son, then he would neither. Nothing came before him, and nothing will come after him. For Christians Jesus came after. This is not acceptable to the majesty of Allah.

I wasted too much time on you.

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