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Your arabic is very poor

Reader comment on item: Ban Islam?
in response to reader comment: The Qur'an is full of mistakes in grammar and syntax and spelling or perfect Arabic words

Submitted by Abdelrahman (Egypt), Dec 20, 2012 at 03:52

I already answered all your allegations about the so called Quranic mistakes

What truth? that islam is the religion of the Hijazi Arabs only or that your so called prophet was an Arabian warlord and caravan raider or that Allah says that he guides whom ever he wants and lead astray whom ever he wants which means that if I'm a kfir (thank you Allah) then we can only balme Allah only right?

This statement itself represents very much your wrong knowledge because you simply don't know or have a slight understanding of the will of Allah.You are kaffir not because Allah chose it for you but you chose it for yourself and if Allah wants to guide you he will and his will is above everything else but he's also the most just. For example if someone that isn't a muslim and is a good person and he does good things but with his choice he would never come up with the truth that islam is the right religion, if Allah chooses to guide him he will be guided and the same example goes with someone muslim who does bad things, its not just built up as simple as you see it in its essence.


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