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And speaking of deep waters and deconstructing surat al-ikhlas: Allah says that he is one of! So the question is: who are the other ones?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 10, 2012 at 16:25

Our dear Amin who lives among kuffar did you contact elmaany Arabic/Arabic dictionary to tell them that the word istilam means a "paper receipt"? Let me guess you did not because you know that they will laugh at your and you must pardon me ignorance

How come you did not know that the word "paper reciept" in Arabic means wasl or isal? Let me guess because you had no clue right?

So while we are waiting for you to contact them let us check another Quranic disaster and that is Q112 where it says

قل هو الله احد

Or say he Allah is one of!

One of? so who are other ones besides Allah?

For the readers the word ahad means "one of" and this is what we have in the Qur'an and what Allah meant to say in wahid or one

So let us fix Allah's big mistake

قل هو الله واحد

Or say he Allah in one

Now we fixed this poor Arabic

But wait if we turn to the Qur'an we find in surat al-an3am 19

قل انما هو الله واحد

Or say that he Allah is one (WAHID and the poor Arabic ahad)

Oh more evidence? Q29:46 where it says

والاهنا والهكم واحد

Or and our god and your god is one

What a disaster this means that

1. the word ahad in Q112 is poor Arabic

2. It means that the author of the Qur'an fixed such mistake in other ayas

3. It means that Allah must be Jesus as it says in the last one that your god and our god is one! What a disaster so is Allah Jesus?

So where does this word ahad or one of comes from? It must be from a language where the word ahad means one

Oh darn it it must be either Syraic or Hebrew

1. Well let us check Hebrew and you are learing Hebrew Mazel Tov so you must be aware of the word one and it is from the Shema Yisrael in Deuteronomy 6:4-9
Sh'ma Yis'ra'eil Adonai Eloheinu Adonai echad.
Hear, Israel, the Lord is our God, the Lord is One.

And the word is question here is אחד and guess what? it means one! this word is echad!

What a disaster the author of the Qur'an "borrowed" this verse minus the mention of the Jews and inculded in his book not realizing that the word echad when borrowed in Arabic as your Allah did it would mean in Arabic "one of" and not one any more

So who are the other Gods besides Allah any guesses?

See what happens when your so called rasul plagiarizes the books of far superior traditions?

2. Now let us check the Syriac word for one ܐ݇ܝܚܝܼܕܵܐ or ahada and when Arabized the alip'alif at the end is gone and what a disaster another Syriac word in the Qur'an

Again see what happens when your so called prophet incorporates material in the Qur'an from other languaes? what a disater

And more foreign words in the Qur'an a book that claims to be قراءنا عربيا (sic) so who is the liar here? you tell us

For the readers and as you shall see Muhammads' logic did not match any of the theology of the far superior civilizations that he borrowed thier ideas from as in the case of Θεος ανθρωπος as it was beyond his very limited logic but again what do you excpet from a wannabe prophet that we are told that he was ummi or uneducated and this could very well explain why is the Qur'an such poor literature

Now let us turn to al-Tabari to see what he says about this disaster in his masoritic exegesis

قَالَ : هُوَ أَحَد . وَقَالَ آخَرُونَ { أَحَد } بِمَعْنَى : وَاحِد ,

or say he is one of (ahad) wa qala akharuun (which al-Tabari does not identify so I must read it as al-Tabari is fixing this poor Arabic) it means wahid or one

What a disaster al-Tabari agrees with me that the word must be wahid and not ahad

It is your sources that tell us that the ahad here is a mistake and if you do not like then destory your sources and good riddance

Oh there will be more about Allah meets Aristotle and the greek mind in surat al-ikhlas and it is all in al-Tabari

I'm sure that al-Tabari is turning in his grave with a smile on his face


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