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The Quranic Hur 3ayn And here is my reference

Reader comment on item: Niqabs and Burqas - The Veiled Threat Continues
in response to reader comment: Hoor = Virgin of Paradise. Nymph. (Note: Has Pious Meaning, Not Slovenly.)

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 26, 2009 at 16:51

Hi Plato

As I promised here is my reference and just scroll down and you will find all the details why the term Hur 3ayn must be from Syriac and the funny thing is if you fix the dots in the rasm and make the rasm of ZWJ as RWH then the sentence would be correct and if you read the words Hur 3ayn as white grapes then it all falls in place.


So you see it seems that Allah and Muhammad "borrowed" from Syriac and this hur 3ayn business is no more than white grapes (what a great shock for the jihadis to realize there will be no virgins in Allah's heaven but they will get a fist full of raisins!)

And notice that those that reviewed the book are scholars of Syriac. And i will do some more diging to find the original Syriac sources where you will find the term mentioned so stay tuned

So the question is does this man Mr Naik (giggle) know any of this and how dare he pontificate about languages that he does not know?

So much for the claim that the Qur'an is a kitab mubeen or clear book maktub bi 3arabi faseeh or written in eloquent Arabic

Oh the boys of Allah's heaven? stay tuned


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