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The Quranic disaster in hadhan lasahiran part four

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 7, 2013 at 08:24

I find it really bizarre when non Arabs try to tell us what the Qur'an really says in Arabic a language that they cannot speak read or write so for the readers read and laugh

Chapter 20 is a Makkan Surah,

Pakistani Arabic it is سورة مكية or vocalized as Sura Makiyya and do us a favor: stick to Urdu

For the readers the word Sura is not even an Arabic word but a loan word from Syriac ܣܘܪܐ or writing

What a disaster the Quran claims to be a book written in pure Arabic so who is the liar here our dear GoD?

that means it was revealed when the Prophet was in Makkah before he migrated to Madinah

And what does this have to do with Arabic grammar? surprise me

فطاحلة العرب و اللغة العربية

And what does the eloquence of the Arabs and the Arabic language have to do with this disaster? surpise me

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"

And what does that prove? Surprise me

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

Do you know what you are saying? You are saying that the author of the Qur'an in the case of Q20:63 is no more than a bunch of ignorant Arabs and their rasul that had poor command of good Arabic grammar and it means that Allah is not really the author of the Qur'an after all Allah is not supposed to make a mistake in grammar right?

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,

Do you know what this means? It also means that you discovered that your little bogus strange lam before sahiran is no more than a bogus claim shame on you

this is also about his marraige to Ayisha, they did not say a word of your filthy tongue about him marrying Ayisha,

And speaking of 3A'isha is it true that she used to breast feed the youth of Quraish? and is it true that she used to cheat on Abul Qasim aka Muhammad the PUBH?

This proves that what Prophet Muhammad brought is correct and not wrong,

No it proves as per your logic that the Qur'an in this case at least is the word of some ignorant Arabs and their rasul that had no command of Arabic grammar and this is indeed that ibn Kathir says which means that Allah is not the author of the Qur'an and as if we did not know

this proves that his marraige to Ayisha is right, and there is nothing about it

Oh let me see so would you allow your 6 year old daughter to marry a 53 year old dirty old man with 22 wives and concubines? A yes or no answer will do

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

Not true my number one choice is always al-Tabari ask me why? and I will tell you what his says about this disaster so stay tuned

and says

إن حرف نصب و هذان إسم منصوب بحرف الألف

Where does he say that? Did you really read his tafseer? or are you making things up as you always do?

Oh next? It is be al-Tabari and his shocking tabreer oh tabreer? go and aks your Mullah if he knows Arabic which i doubt very much


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