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My friend and arabic

Reader comment on item: Israel and Clear Victory
in response to reader comment: Our dear abd al-rahman and Arabic

Submitted by Abdelrahman (Egypt), Jan 29, 2009 at 19:30

"No your Egyptian Arabic is not a lahgha it is a real lugha"

You see we are special and we have a language but still al-alta3reef makes no problem for our peoples

"Really? well let us see; in Surat al-fatha it says: alhamdu lillahi rabi al-3alameen. Now let us get rid of al before 3alameen and now it is: alhamdu lillahi rabi 3alameen now you realize that it is still Arabic but it is poor Arabic syntax and without the al (definite article) the syntax becomes without a clear meaning"

Are you going to compare the words of Allah to our words??....Why is it hard for you to believe that when we speak in public in some situations al-alta3reef doesn't make problems??....You have been here talking like our public?? ....I doubt that ..Believe whatever you want ..And I am not telling you that al-alta3reef isn't neccessary but im telling you about my spoken language in my country ...And you can't take that and apply it on the Qur'an....

"So do you still believe that the word al-rab and rab or ilah and al-ilah are one and the same from the garmmar and syntax point of view? But again they do not teach your likes good Arabic grammar and you learn it by pure fahlawa"

Again speaking to the public here al-alta3reef won't make abig problem like you think and the problem that you apply what it in plain arabic and I already told you I wrote my spoken language...But stick to what you know since you are not going to be good enough to speak my spoken language...And I don't learn by pure fahlawa ..I learn from the source of the language which are the arabs.....

"Your masters the HIjazi Arabs tell us that the word Allah is really a contarcion of the word al-ilah which means that the word Allah really means the god and not god and now you realized or I hope so that the al al-ta3reef makes all the difference except in the minds of those that flunked their Arabic language garmmar class"

You see you still don't get it...A big difference between the spoken language and the written one and you are absolutly 3'alban fe al3arbi ...You just learned some rules in arabic and some grammer and you think you own the language huh...Only my grand father would go on with me in a conversation like that ..lol

"But here is your bonus for today: your Arab masters are wrong as the word Allah is a loan word from al-lugha al-suryaniyya (Syriac) where the word for God is Alaha or Allaha and the Arabized word is Allah which means that the word Allah reall means God. Did you get that much?"

I don't know what's your point ..But still Qur'an is truth and you being speaking arabic and don't realize that would make you punishment even worse...And I see that you ignored the words of the Qur'an being a mircle to tell us the story of pher3oon ...And there are more miracles that was just one miracle of the Qur'an.....In fact I can make a bonus of the day for you and I can include one miracle of the Qur'an in each one if you would like...........You need to get a god my friend and make sure it's Allah ..... Go to the nearest mosque and learn about real Islam.....Repent now before it's too late...


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