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The Quranic word امّي means gentile and the word جاهل means cannot read or write

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in response to reader comment: Illiterate is not Literate

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 4, 2013 at 10:12

Our dear GoD does not realize that to be Muslim one must be an Arabd and he ain't no Arab

Dar-ussalm publications -

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic it is دار الاسلام or Dar al-Islam

Do us a favor and stick to Urdu

Bukhari volume 4, book 58, Hadith 3184Narrated Al-Bara' When the Prophet intended to perform 'Umra (The lesser Hajj) , he sent a person to the people of Makkah asking their permission to enter Makkah. They stipulated that he would not stay for more than three days and would not enter it except with sheathed arms and would not preach (Islam) to any of them. So 'Ali bin Abi Talib started writing the treaty between them. He wrote, "This is what Muhammad, Messenger of Allah has agreed to." The (Makkans) said, "If we knew that you (Muhammad) are the Messenger of Allah, then we would not have prevented you and would have followed you. But write, 'This is what Muhammad bin 'Abdullah has agreed to." On that Allah's Messenger; said, "By Allah, I am Muhammad bin 'Abdullah, and, by Allah, I am the Messenger of Allah." Allah's Messenger; could not to write; so he asked 'Ali to erase the expression 'Messenger of Allah'. On that 'Ali said, "By Allah, I will never erase it." Allah's Messenger said (to 'Ali), "Let me see the paper." When 'Ali showed him the paper (point to him the expression), the Prophet erased the expression with his own hand. When Allah's Messenger had entered Makkah and three days had elapsed, the Makkans came to 'Alt and said, "Let your friend (i.e., the Prophet) quit Makkah." 'All informed Allah's Messenger about it and Allah's Messenger said, "Yes," and then he departed

And what does that prove? Nothing not a thing

where in the Holy Quran mentioned that Prophet Muhammad was Literate (can read and write) ?

It does not say in the Qur'an that Muhammad was literate or illiterate even the word ummi امّي does not mean illiterate and it means gentile. Oh the word illiterate it means جاهل and the جاهل is you

See? you have to know Arabic

you said it is mentioned in the Holy Quran,

What is holy about a book that asks its followers to go out and kill as in ayat al-sayf and the end result is that millions of your Hindu ancestors were killed enslaved and raped by the Muslim invaders of India

where ????Hadith books are not Holy Scriptures

Then al-Buhkari's books are bogus right? Thank you for proving my point

Submitting....

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