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Arabic translation is possible only in Arabic

Reader comment on item: Niqabs and Burqas - The Veiled Threat Continues
in response to reader comment: Answer to Plato.

Submitted by VIRENDER (India), Sep 12, 2011 at 11:38

Hajji ,

Both DNM and Plato pulled your trousers in your Islamic educational row. You confirm Plato has read Quran and got all wrong. Why?

You write Arabic translation is possible only in Arabic. Are you are wild to say so. Apparently You are also non Arab and would know Arabic ( if you know?) same way as any other non Arab. Despite your less or no knowledge , suspicions you debate Islam. How you are convinced Arabic Quran is complete literature, you must have read Quran in Urdu here again Arabic translation is possible only in Arabic . That is you also have read wrong Quran, You advise Plato try to find out correct translation of Quran Pak. You contradict what you wrote in your post; Arabic translation is possible only in Arabic so there is no possible translation of Arabic Quran into any other language, if there is one that is wrong. Please clear which so called translation of Quran Pak Plato has to find? DNM is well versed in Arabic language. I as a reader can see you really don't answer DNM or Plato.

Hajji you are just ... an Islamic hypocrite, if your back bone is straight on your Quran. Do please put us on a right path about beauty of your Quran or else ditch it.


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