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Our dera Esq and Allah and his aqaneem and al-thalos al-muqaddas! Read and laugh

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 5, 2011 at 14:29

Our dear Esq the wannabe Arab who is in love with the imperialism of the Arabs and who has no regard for the suffering of his ancestors at the hands of his Muslim masters and who believes that being a dhimmi was just peaches and cream sobhanallah right our dear Esq? and who has not provided us with his evidence that millions were killed during the Arain heresy and you think that I forgot?

>The perplexity of the Trinity remains unresolved.

your Arab masters has a word called aqnoom and the plural is aqaneem so are we talking about aqnoom and aqaneem here? If so then we have the answer

And like a typical tablighee who repeats the same nonsense with out critical examination he write this little tablighee topos!

>People learn in school that 1+1+1= 3. But in church they are told 1+1+1= 1. How can three distinct persons be one being? Conservative Christians admit that the Trinity does not make sense.

Oh let me see: I'm sure you agree with me that Allah also has aqaneem! Or his 99 names. But wait how can Allah al-makkar being equal to Allah al-sadiq? How can the same Allah be sadiq and also makkar the extreme opposite unless we have more than one Allah right our dear Esq who believes that the lives of Dhimmis under your masters the Arabs were peaches and cream?

So let me see: n1 +n2 + n3.......n99 = 1 Allah or is it 99 Allahs? so which one is it?

For the readers the word aqoom means hypostasis and Allah is supposed to be makkar or he who decieves and he also sadiq or he who always tells the turth so how can Allah be the same one sadiq and makkar unless we have more than one Allah right ?

Oh there is more:

1. Your Allah says that wa ilahina wa ilahikum wahid which means that the God of the Jews and the Christians is one and not three and these are not my words and it means that Allah agrees with this aqnoom thing so do you disagree with Allah?

3. Allah says that he is the author of al-injiil wa al-tawra wa al-zubur right so anything in the Bible must be his words Trinity and all

4. Allah also says that no one can change his words or layubadil kalimatuhu right ? Then if we have the Trinity so only Allah can be blamed for it so do you have difficulty with Allah's Trinity?

3. But wait in the book of Arabian ignorance your Allah says that the Trinity that he does not like is the one where we have Allah' Jesus and Mary (sic)! Right our dear Esq al-tablighee? But them Christians tell us that the Trinity is really the Godhead Jesus and the Holy Spirit right our dear Esq whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by Islam? But you will not find any where in the Qur'an and kutub al-turath al-islami where Allah has any difficulty with such Trinity right our dear Esq al-tablighee?

Then congratualtions our dear Esq the wannabe arab but it seems that your Allah has no difficullty with the Christian Trinity so do you disagree with your Allah?

4. The Arabic word aqnoom means hypostatis so the sun can have light and heat but heat and light are not the same right mr Einstein? And these are the aqaneem of the sun! So Allah can be the son and the godhead and the holy spirit and still be one as well as your Allah can be rahman wa raheem and be one now do you get it? Oh as for sadiq wa makkar he cannot be the same one

So much for the poor islamic theology...


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