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Wannabe Arabs and the Arabic language

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in response to reader comment: Paul Not Chosen

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 14, 2013 at 07:25

Our dear Submitter the wannabe Arab wrote

In hebrew אחד ehad means one

And this is where the word comes from in the Qur'an (the Biblical Shema) and there will be more about it in Hebrew Syriac and Coptic

in arabic, احد ahad means the one / one (and only)

No it does not "the one" means al-Wahid but again like a lost tablighee who knows no Arabic it is all about al al-ta3reef so if you add al al-ta3reef it becomes al-Ahad but there is no al al-ta3reef is surat al-ikhlas right ya ayuha al-3abqari al-kabeer?

Oh the word ahad without al al-ta3reef means ONE OF and not one but again the author of the Qur'an was a plagiarist

simple as that, please do bear in mind.

But I will give you a chance could you provide us with the meaning of these words from an Arabic language dictionary? And you will be making a fool of yourself

Submitting....

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