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Our dear GoD is saying that he disagrees with Sheik al-Azhar! Hint: I smell deportation

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 25, 2013 at 08:23

But you see our dear GoD whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by Islam and who lives among his masters the Arabs Sheikh al-Azhar tells us that the Qur'an is full of words that have no meaning!

Examples? I'm gald that you asked ya roh omak

فى القرآن كثير من الكلمات الغريبة ، وهاكم بعضاً منها: فاكهةً وأبًّا ، غسلين ، حنانا ، أوَّاه ، الرقيم ، كلالة ، مبلسون ، أخبتوا ، حنين ، حصحص ، يتفيؤا ، سربا ، المسجور ، قمطـرير ، عسعس ، سجيل ، الناقور ، فاقرة ، استبرق ، مدهامتان..

ونحـن نسـأل: أليسـت هــذه الألفـاظ الغريبة مخـالفة للسـليم من الإنشاء.. ؟!

Let me help you he is saying that In The Qur'an there are many strange words and then he tells us as examples: fakhu, abba, ghasleen, hanana, awaa, al-raqeem, kalala, mablison, ikhbatu, haneen, (and this is my favorite) hashas (sobhanallah there is an Arabic word called hashas!) , yatfiuu, al-masjoor, sirba, qamtareer, 3as3as (is this another hashas? Masha'allah) sijeel, al-naqur, faqra, istabruq, mudamtan

And I would add the word ilaf in surat Quraish and who on earth is this al-qari3a ma al-qari3a?

Oh here is your master Shiekh al-Azhar and his take on this big time disaster

http://elazhar.com/qadaiaux/10.asp

Now you tell us kuffar why would the Qur'an be an easy book to understand when in actual fact that it has its share of words that do not have any meaning? how can you understand words that have no meaning you tell me!

How come you did not know that? And is Sheikh al-Azhar a liar? or is he ignorant? or is he an islamophobe you tell me

But you know what? No one would disagree that the Qur'an says that Islam is the religion of the Hijazi Arabs only as in Q14:4

For the readers: as this is beyond our dear GoD poor education: The Quranic disaster of these words that have no meaning can be explained on the basis of

1. Either the Quranic material pre-dates Muhammad and by the time he claimed to be the prophet of Allah no one has a clue what these words really say which means that Muhammad is not the author of the Qur'an

2. Or the Qur'an was not canonized until the 3rd century during the great masoritic activity by the Iranian ulama but by then the meaning of these strange words were lost

So you see our dear GoD but you are free to leave islam and be free again after all says in 3arabi fasseh: wa ma arsalan men rasulin ila bilisani qawmihi

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