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Cherry picking time and the islamic Binity

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 15, 2009 at 16:50

Our dear Ahamd Zafire the follower of deen al-irhab wa rab al-irhab wa rasul al-irhab oh the transliterated Arabic? May be you can ask one of your Arab masters to tell you what all this means

>Arab Christians

For the readers: Tablighees the likes of our dear Ahmad the wannabe Arab is told that if Christian Arabs call their God Jesus: Allah which they do then Allah of Islam aka rab al-irhab must be the only and real god! and how more desperate can they get to tell us that Allah is really the god of us all so read and enjoy

But what ignorant tablighees do not understand is the the following:

1. If Allah of the Christian Arabs is also Allah of the Muslims then Allah must be Jesus! So Is Allah and Jesus are one and the same mr demagogue? but wait it seems that the Qur'an says that Jesus is god so let me see:

A. Your Allah says that Jesus did not die on the cross and that your Allah al-makkar rafa3ahu ila al-sama' right? and I'm sure that you agree with me that the only thing that does not die is God then congratulations mr fake but the Qur'an says that Jesus must be Allah

B. the Qur'an a book that you cannot read in Arabic says that Jesus raised the dead and created life by breathing air in clay birds and I'm sure you agree with me that the only thing that can create life and raise the dead must be God then congratulations mr fake but the Qur'an says that Jesus is God

C. The Qur'an says that Jesus cured the leper and restored the eye sight to the blind and as far as we know Jesus was not a doctor and the only thing that can achieve such tasks 2000 years ago must be God

Then congratulations but the Qur'an says that Jesus is God and do you think that this is why Muslim Arabs have no difficulty with Christian Arabs calling Jesus Allah too?and I'm not even the author of this poor theology

>have used two forms of invocations that were affixed to the beginning of their written works.

Which written books and in which language ?

>They adopted the Muslim basm-Allah,

ROTFL it is Bism Allah and it is Beh seen meem or BSM and the word is edited by adding a KSARA not your bogus fatha below the letter beh and a sukun above the seen and a kasra below the meem et voila

BiSMi Allah

So much for the unedited Qur'an

>and also created their own Trinities

How many trinities do they have? Your Allah says that he and his mala'ika in Q33:56 pray to Muhammad which means that Muhammad must be a god beside God oh Astaghfirullah so now we have Islamic Binity I created a new word sobhanallah

> basm-Allah as early as the eight century CE.

Really? The earliest extant translation of the Bible to Arabic took place in the 8th century? Where can I get a copy? Mr ignorant the Arabic language in the 8th century was still a defective language

And you know what? The islamic Bism Allah is plagiarized from the the Samaritans where you will also find the formula "there is no god but the one" and to add insult to injury the Syriac speakers and the Samartians shared "amadti kamekha al-fatah rahmekha" that predates Muhammad and for those of you that know Arabic would realize that this means: "i stand before you at the gate of your mercy" and this was a long time before your so called rasul so if your rasul can borrow the word Allah from Syriac then why not Beshem from the Samaritans (see I W)

So even the word al-fatiha was plagiarized from the Samaritans and the Syriac speakers what a joke

So your claim is bogus and shame on you for posting drivel

> The Muslim basm-Allah

ROTFL paki Arabic it is bismi allah

>reads: "In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful."

Oh the this islamic Binity (after all we have established that Muhammad is a god beside God" And this invocation is plagiarized from the Samaritans and the Syrians

>The Trinitized basm-Allah

Oh let me see let me invent another word Binitized Bism Allah

>reads: "In the name of Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, One God." The Syraic,Latin and Greek invocations do not have the words "One God" at the end.

Missing here are the Copts where they say

bism al-ab wa al-ibn wa al-roh al-quduud ILAHIN WAHID ameen

So how come you did not know that?

>This addition

What addition ? And you know what? I challenge you to even find the word tawheed or monotheism in the Qur'an

>was made to emphasize the monotheistic aspect of Trinitian belief and also to make it more palatable to Muslims.

does this mean that Christianity is polytheistic? and does it drive Allah out of his mind that Christianity is polytheistic? If so then here can I sign in? ...

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