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in response to reader comment: Quranic liguistic disasters: In Hadhan Lasahiran revisited part one

Submitted by Guardian of Deen (Canada), Dec 2, 2013 at 16:48

Chapter 20 is a Makkan Surah, that means it was revealed when the Prophet was in Makkah before he migrated to Madinah

فطاحلة العرب و اللغة العربية The most Eloquent people of Arabic language were in Makkah and living and were against the Prophet such people as Abu Jahl, Al-Waleed bin Mugheirah, and Ubay ibn Khalaf where all staunch enemies of the Prophet

However Al-Waleed a forefront leader of Quraysh was arguing with the Prophet one day, when the Prophet recited some verses from the Holy Quran on him, Al-Waleed, asked him to repeat twice and pondered, he went back to his people and they asked him, what happened, he said I heard something, I never heard before, By Allah, it has sweetness and it is colorful, its top is fruitful and underneath is plentiful, no man can say like it? it is superior and overwhelming and none can overwhelm and can be superior over it. Its"

This the comment of one of the قطاحلة اللغة العربية theMost eloquent, fluent, well-spoken of the Arab in the Arabian peninsula.

What these Eloquent people say when Prophet Muhammad said إن هذان لساحران - NOTHING, ZERO

They did not comment, they did not say that he brought something wrong, these people were waiting for him to err at least one single error but could not find one, this is also about his marraige to Ayisha, they did not say a word of your filthy tongue about him marrying Ayisha,

This proves that what Prophet Muhammad brought is correct and not wrong, this proves that his marraige to Ayisha is right, and there is nothing about it.

Second - هذان is read by Ibn Katheer (whom you like to refer to frequently) and says

إن حرف نصب و هذان إسم منصوب بحرف الألف

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