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The Quranic disaster: In Hadhan lasahiran part three

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 23, 2013 at 12:49

And the comedy goes on and on

The Verse 20:63 is correct even if Uthman of Aisha doubted the grammar.

Not true: In actual fact ibn Qutayba quotes Othman as saying that وانما فرق بين القراءة والكتاب لقول عثمان رحمه الله ارى فيه لحنا وستقيمه العرب بألسنتها فأقامه بلسانه وترك الرسم على حاله

Or and let me help you because you cannot read speak or write Arabic: the difference between the reading and the book (The Qur'an) according to Othman may Allah have mercy on him I see no errors in it and the Arabs will establish it according to their dialects so he established it according to his dialect and left the writing as it is

Which means that Othman is saying that read it as inna hadhyni lasahirani but write as In dadhani lasahirani. He is telling Muslims to be liars and play pretend!

These are your sources that tell us about such disasters

What a disaster

Oh 3A'isha she as usual had to blame some one and this is what she says that inna hadhyne lasahirani is the correct form of the verse but she blames the usual suspects in هذا عمل الكتاب أخطءوا في الكتاب or it is the mistake of the scribes they made a mistake in the book (The Qur'an)! What a disaster Allah cannot even protect his own book from the mistakes of the scribes

The ل in the لساحران is not the normal ل

What on earth is a lam that is not normal? are you for real? there is something in Arabic called حرف اللام الغير طبيعي where would i find any mention, in books of Arabic grammar, about this حرف اللام الغير طبيعي you are and you must pardon me ignorant

What a disaster حرف اللام الغير طبيعي sobhanllah

in such as له or (هذه اللعبة لسعيد) or (حرف جر) -

And?

This ل in لساحران is extra,

If we have an exta lam then we have one of three possiblites

1. Allah made a mistake and added an extra lam so did Allah make a mistake?

2. Or in the words of 3A'isha هذا عمل الكتاب أخطءوا في الكتاب or the blame the scribes excuse so did the scribes add the lam by mistake and if so how come Allah was not able to protect his little book any guesses?

3. Or the Qur'an is indeed a corrupted book which it is

So which one is it?

so the words follow النصب في - إن which follows هذان ساحران

So what happend to the lam? Was it eaten by a hungry goat as the one who ate ayat al-rajm?

this ل is not ownership or exclamation or call for help the normally used for and therefore have no effect in the grammar إن تنصب التي بعدها

Gobbledygook nonsense and shame on you for pontificating about the grammar of a foreign language that you cannot speak read or write

Next I will provide you with al-Qurtubi and his tafseer and he offers 9 solutions and one of them is not just your cockamamie excuse of حرف اللام الغير طبيعي

Why the lies and delusions you tell me

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