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Submitted by ahmadzafire (United States), Sep 13, 2009 at 09:59

lol...Tic for tat!! Let's go.

Wow sobanallah big time Muslim falsafa

Peter 1:22 Since you have purified your souls in obeying the truth through the Spirit in sincere love of the brethren, love one another fervently with a pure heart, 23 having been born again, not of corruptible seed but incorruptible, through the word of God which lives and abides forever. . . This is from the bible, now im going to try a clear things up. Your going to believe whatever you want and thats fine with me. I believe you are a good person as most people. We just have differnt veiws on things, which is ok.Im just pointing out what i believe and my faith.

No babe is born but upon Fitra (as a Muslim). It is his parents who make him a Jew or a Christian or a Polytheist." (Sahih Muslim, Book 033, Number 6426)

Islam is the religion of all Prophets, Adam to Muhammad. Children are not born out of any sin, original, inherited or derived. They are born on the religion of their nature, i.e., Islam.

But you can see the similarities.

>But as i said before The Arabic word for islam mean submission,

No it does not. The word islam means the religion of Islam and it comes from the Arabic language root (a language that you cannot speak read or write) SLM and if you ask one of your Arab masters does the word islam means submission? they will stare at you and you know what? you need to stick to urdu

  • the civilization of Muslims collectively which is governed by the Muslim religion; "Islam is predominant in northern Africa, the Middle East ...
  • the monotheistic religious system of Muslims founded in Arabia in the 7th century and based on the teachings of Muhammad as laid down in the Koran; "Islam is a complete way of life, not a Sunday religion"; "the term Muhammadanism is offensive to Muslims who believe that Allah, not Muhammad ...
  • Islam (; There are ten pronunciations of Islam in English, differing in whether the first or second syllable has the stress, whether the s is ...
  • Sin-Lam-Mim (Hebrew: שלם Š-L-M, Arabic: س ل م S-L-M, Maltese: S-L-M) is the triconsonantal root of many Semitic words, and many of those ...
  • A monotheistic religion that originated with the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) having the same roots as Christianity and Judaism; its revelatory scripture is the Qur'an; its followers are Musli
  • islamic - Muslim: of or relating to or supporting Islamism; "Islamic art"
  • The Arabic word 'Islam' simply means 'submission', and derives from a word meaning 'peace'. In a religious context it means complete submission to the will of God. 'Allah' is the Arabic name for God, which is used by Arab Muslims and Christians

  • The earliest surviving texts in Proto-Arabic, or Ancient North Arabian, are the Hasaean inscriptions of eastern Saudi Arabia, from the 8th century BC, written not in the modern Arabic alphabet, nor in its Nabataean ancestor, but in variants of the epigraphic South Arabian musnad. These are followed by 6th-century BC Lihyanite texts from southeastern Saudi Arabia and the Thamudic texts found throughout Arabia and the Sinai, and not actually connected with Thamud. Later come the Safaitic inscriptions beginning in the 1st century BC, and the many Arabic personal names attested in Nabataean inscriptions (which are, however, written in Aramaic). From about the 2nd century BC, a few inscriptions from Qaryat al-Faw (near Sulayyil) reveal a dialect which is no longer considered "Proto-Arabic", but Pre-Classical Arabic. By the fourth century AD, the Arab kingdoms of the Lakhmids in southern Iraq, the Ghassanids in southern Syria the Kindite Kingdom emerged in Central Arabia. Their courts were responsible for some notable examples of pre-Islamic Arabic poetry, and for some of the few surviving pre-Islamic Arabic inscriptions in the Arabic alphabet.

  • Arabs today are speak Arabic and understand what is written, keeping heritage and read the Koran reads more easily than other Muslims who do not belong to the Arabs ..
    But where the word came from Arabs and the first to use and to demonstrate why, and what are relocated original housing? What are the relations of peoples and regions old? What were their habits? All those questions and answers, we will be brief and simple, drawing primarily from a reading of the late Dr. Jawad then succumb to some readings of the logical comparison with what has been written in this regard ..
    The first indication of the Arabs:
    Appeared first reference to the Arabs, Assyrians in the text of the days of King (Clmnasr III), where the text stated that there is the Kingdom of west country governed by the king of Assyria name (Jndebo) any grasshopper, in a raid on his kingdom killed thousand of Arabization. Since the Assyrians have not read their form in various texts and arabo aribo and aribi and urubi is still a lot of firing an Arab population of Iraq annexing eye on the son of the Arabs ..
    The Torah Arabs:
    In travel (Isaiah) word on the Arabs to denote the isolation and brutality, housing Balboadi and Wadi Araba valley is extending from the Dead Sea (Sea of Galilee) to the Gulf of Aqaba .. Leading to the land where Jerade fired me, where is inhabited (Arab) ..
    Others talked about the Arabs before Islam:
    Having examined the writings of historian of Greece, claiming they found the spot which extends from the Arabian Peninsula to displaying Samawah in Iraq and reach the Levant north and west banks of the Nile via the Eastern Gulf of Aqaba .. This Arab country in the eyes of historians Greece before Alexander the Great ..
    The publisher Abraha, who was deputy to the king of Abyssinia Yemen, has identified a population of the desert or living outside the city and fired on them the name of Arabs .. May be called a tradition that stems from the kings of Yemen define themselves by example, find (Shamar hair): King of Sheba, Hadramout and Donkeys and the Arabs ..

    We are still yet to say whether in the fields adjacent to some nomads, (Arabs put our East) and was not speaking Arabs ..
    The Arabs showed their identity as a nation have not only the Koran .. The concept and meaning of old and new understanding of who reside outside the metropolitan .. The Arabic language, which gave the identity of that nation's language is not hinting champion and confused from other languages .. From here we have noted how Nasr ibn al-Haytham bin expressway and Hebron Ben Ahmed Azad and others were in the era of codification, where the fear of the Arabic language disorder as a result of the entry of alien races on the body of the nation. Has developed dictionaries contacting the population away from urban desert .. And the reflection of those dictionaries will find it lacking in urban tool is the only saw them and not disjointed and not Cako .. For not using the desert to have such tools ..

  • However, there is no single "Muslim language" per se, as Islam, the faith of Muslims, is shared by people of many different ethnicities and languages:

    • Iranians speak Persian
    • Afghanistan has three major languages, Pashto, Dari and Uzbek, each belonging to ethnic groups (tribes) with the same names.
    • The most populous "Muslim country" in the world is Indonesia. The CIA World Factbook 2000 lists languages as: Bahasa Indonesia, English is a West Germanic language, originating from England. It is the third most common "first" language (native speakers), with around 402 million people in 2002. English has lingua franca status in many parts of the world, due to the mil, DutchDutch is a West Germanic language spoken worldwide by around 21 million people. The variety of Dutch spoken in Belgium is also informally called Flemish . The Dutch name for the language is Nederlands or less formal Hollands and Dutch is sometimes called, local dialects, the most widely spoken of which is Javanese.
    • TurkishTurkey (officially the Republic of Turkey Turkish Turkiye is a country located in Southwest Asia with a small part in southeastern Europe. Until 1922 the country was the center of the Ottoman Empire. The Anatolian peninsula, between the Black Sea and the people speak TurkishTurkish is a Turkic language, spoken by about 70 million speakers in Turkey and over 85 million speakers world-wide. The Turkish name for the language is Turkce". Classification Turkish is a member of the Turkish family of languages, which includes Balka, a language from a very different language group than Arabic.
    • MoroccoAl Mamlakah al-Maghribiyah In Detail( Full size) Official language Arabic Capital Rabat Largest City Casablanca King Mohammed VI Prime Minister Driss Jettou Area Total Ranked 56th 446,550 km² Population Total (2003) Density31,689,267 70/km² Ranked 36th In: Besides the official Classical Arabic being used by official bodies, as is the case in most Arabic-speaking countries, Moroccan-Arabic is the 'language of the street'. It is grammatically simpler, and has a less voluminous vocabulary than Classical Arabic. As in AlgeriaAlgeria is a country in northern Africa with a coast on the Mediterranean Sea along the north and bordered by Tunisia in the northeast, Libya in the east, Niger in the southeast, Mali and Mauritania in the southwest, and Morocco in the west (the Moroccan, most Moroccan-Arabs live in the north of the country. Other Moroccans speak Berber languages such as Tachelhit and Tarifit
    • Berber languages can also be heard in Algeria, notably including Kabyle, spoken by the Kabyle Berbers in the north-east of Algeria. Another Algerian language is Chaoui , spoken by the Chaoui, south-west of the Kabyle region. See Languages of Algeria.
    • Nigeria: primarily Hausa, but some Yoruba and Igbo speakers are also Muslim.
    • Pakistan: Urdu
    • Bangladesh: Bengali
    • Malaysia: Malay
    • Philippines: primarily Maranao, Tausug and other languages in Mindanao. Some Tagalog speakers are Muslims.
    • Albania: Albanian, or Shqiptarë
    • Bosnia: Bosnian
    • Sudan: primarily a Sudanese dialect of Arabic
    • Somalia: Somali
    • Libya: Arabic
    • Tunisia: Arabic
    • Yemen: Arabic
    • Iraq: Arabic
    • Syria: Arabic
    • China: A variety of languages are spoken by Chinese Muslims. Uighurs in Xinjiang speak the Uighur language while the Hui minority generally speak Mandarin Chinese.

    So as i said before people speak and spoken arabic before the time,during and after Christ(pbuh).

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