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The Qur'an is full of mistakes in grammar and syntax and spelling or perfect Arabic words

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 18, 2012 at 08:21

Here is another mistake in the Qur'an and what is most strange is that Allah fixes the mistake in what Shiekh al-Azhar called al-kalam al-mukarrar

If we read Q16:66 it says

وان لكم في الانعام لعبرة نسقيكم في نطونه

Now let us read Q23:22 it says

وان لكم في الانعام لعبرة نسقيكم في نطونها

We have the same words here word for word except the last word in the first version it is butunih or in the masculine form and in the second version it is butuniha or in the feminine form of the word which is the correct version as the word al-an3am is a feminine word

So you know what? This would mean

1. Allah made a mistake in Q16:66 by using the masculine form of the word when it should have been in the feminine form

2. Then Allah fixed the mistake in the second verse! What a disaster

3. But you know what? This literary phenomenon is called variant traditions which means that the Qur'an has multiple authors one was familiar with Arabic grammar and the other one not aware and more evidence that books are written by mere human beings the Qur'an included and they do not drop from the sky

Now you tell us is this a mistake or not? Hint: It is a mistake

Oh next? It will be the big time fadiha of al-iltifat


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