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Our dear Amina is running away part one

Reader comment on item: Niqabs and Burqas - The Veiled Threat Continues
in response to reader comment: My last comment

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 6, 2009 at 20:52

Our dear Amina who is really a tablighee who pretends to be a woman right darling?

>Ahl al Kitab, or 'People of the Book'

Sobhanallah oh the people of the book

>i.e. People of the Torah, Gospel, Qur'an, etc. is a very inclusive term for the 3 monotheistic religions.

Really? so where would i find in the Qur'an a book that you cannot read in Arabic that

Qul ahl al-kitab inahum al-nassara wa al-yahood wa al-muslimeen

And by the way your Allah does not reagard Jews or Christians as monotheists (and as if they care) as per Q9:30 right darling?

You will never find such thing in the Qur'an and your claim is bogus because:

1. Your masters the Arabs tell us that ahl al-kitab are the Jews and the Christians only and you ain't Tabari or Suyuti or Ibn kathir darling.

2. The darling of muslims that fake Karen Armstrong tells us that ahl al-Kitab are not just the Jews and the Christians but also your ancestors the Hindus and the Buddhists and the Zoroastrians

3. But I will be nice and give you a chance so where would i find your little gem that Muslims are really part of the Quranic ahl al-kitab

The following will only be accepted as evidence

kutb al-turath al-islami

Darling I do not translate transliterated Arabic for wannabe Arabs like you

And the following will not be accepted as evidence:

1. I Amina the wannabe Arab say so

2. The freak the so called al-sheikh al-Hilali says so

3. Zakri Naik (giggle) says so

4. It says so in wikipedia

5. tendentious Pakistani web site

I will be waiting for your answer with great anticipation darling

>Anytime the Qur'an refers to Ahl al Kitab it is speaking of Judaism, Christianity and Islam collectively as a single block.

Really? well let us examine ayat al-jizya where it says

1. qatiluu al-ladhina la yu'minuna bil lah

Or fight those that do not believe in Allah

I'm sure you agree with me darling that your Arabian Allah says wa ilahina wa ilahikum wahid which means that Allah is the god of the jews and the Christians and the Muslims right darling?

2. wa la bil yawmi al-aakhiri wa la yuharimuna maharamahu allah wa rasuluhu wa la yadinuna deen al-haq

Or and the last day and (they) do not fodrbid what Allah AND HIS RASUL (MUAHMMAD THAT IS) had forbidden and not follow the religion of the truth (read this as islam)

I'm sure you agree with me as per Allah's logic that because he is the their (jews and Christians) God (sic) then they must forbid what he forbids right darling?

And you would agree with me that Jews and Christians do not regard Muhammad as anymore than an Arabian warlord and caravan raider and child molester right? then it seems that they are regarded by Allah as the layu'minuna not because they do not regard him as their God (sic) but because they would not forbid what Muhammad had forbidden right? then congratulations our dear Amina but it seems that Muhammad is as important as your Arabian Allah and so much for the bogus islamic tawheed

> If God had really asked Muslims to fight Ahl al Kitab, we would be fighting ourselves.

Really? well let us read more in the aya

min al-ladhina AUTUU AL-KITAB

Let me help you darling or those that WERE GIVEN THE BOOK (read this as the Bible)

Now we switch to Arabic grammar a language that you cnanot speak read or write

mr ignorant (oh did I call you mr? oh well) notice that:

1. the word autuu is madi or past tense and nor mudari3 or present tense and it means WERE GIVEN and I'm sure you agree with me that the Qur'an was still being revealed to Muhammad when such aya was revealed so the word cannot be in madi right darling? Then if you were correct then allah should have used the present tense yu3ti or give so you see your claim is bogus and shame on you

2. Oh there is more the word al-kitab is singular and not plural because if Allah was saying that Muslims are part of ahl al-ktab as you claim then he would have said al-kutub or the books as i'm sure you agree with me the Qur'an is an independent book right darling then your claim is bogus

Now do you see what happens when you pontificate about a book (the Qur'an that is) that you cannot speak read or write? Shame on you

> Which oddly enough, we are, thanks to religious fundamentalism who think it is up to their narrow mindedness to decide what a true believer is.

No jihadists are more honest than you. You? you are a fake


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