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The Quranic disaster In Hadhan lasahiran and in wa akhawatiha and teaching Arabic grammar to wannabe Arab

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in response to reader comment: It's either you didn't read what you posted or you don't understand arabic!!!

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 22, 2012 at 09:04

For the readers as this is beyond the poor education of our dear Abd al-Rahman

I posted the three words in question and they are IN and HADHAN and LASAHIRAN and that it is a mistake because of a grammatical rule called in wa akhawatiha where the second word hadhan should be hadhayne and I will get back to al-Tabair as his examination of three words must be the best and I will exalpin to you that al-tabari had no idea how to read these three words which really means that in the third century of Islam the Qur'an as a text was still unstable so stay tuned for more

Now can you tell us proud kuffar what is the grammatical rule in wa akhawatiha is all about!

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