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In Hadhan lasahiran is a grammatical mistake in the Qur'an part two

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 18, 2012 at 12:42

For the readers as this seems to be beyond our dear Abd al-Rahman

This is the most celebrated grammatical mistake in the Qur'an and it is 20:63

And here is the rasm (this is the layer of the Qur'an that is supposed to be the words and letters of Allah! Oh everything is EDITING by the ulama) and i will be nice and add the nuqat or dots which are also editing by the Ulama

ان هذن لسحرن

Tsk....tsk....tsk... this is poor Arabic so let us fix it

ان هاذان لساحران

And for those of you that can read Arabic I left the short vowels out as this is a major part of this grammatical disaster

Well there is a grammatical rule called in wa akhawatiha and it would change the sentence as follows

ان هاذين لساحران

What a disaster now we fixed Allah's poor grammar

Oh next? We kuffar will read what Ibn kathir tells us about this disaster and then we will examine the grammatical rule of in wa akhawatiha then read wahtal_tabari tells su about this disaster

I will be looking forward to your comments our dear Abd al-Rahman with great anticipation


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