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The Quranic disaster in hadhan lasahiran part four again

Reader comment on item: Arguing over "Can Islam Be Reformed?"
in response to reader comment: chapter 20

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 8, 2013 at 10:19

Our dear GoD told us kuffar that Allah spoke to Muhammad in Q53 but if you read al-Tabari and Ibn Kathir they tell us that it is Gabriel that spoke to Muhammad now he changed his mind and I wonder why and here are more disasters

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

Did you really read Ibn kathir or are you making things up? why the lies and fabrications?

إن حرف نصب و هذان إسم منصوب بحرف الألف

Did you really read Ibn kathir? I do not think so but here is your lesson for today this is what the Arab grammarians and not Ibn Kathir called الألف في هذان من جوهر الكلمة or the letter Alif in hadhan is the gem (read this as a fundamental) part of the word

But do you know what this means? It means the following:

1. There is no Arabic word called هذين which is far from the truth

2. It also means that the grammatical rule ان واخواتيها has no value and is not a rule but if so it would mean that ان هذان لتلميذان is correct Arabic grammar which it is not as it should be ان هذين لتلميذان and so much for Arabic grammar

See? you got yourself in a topic that is far above your poor tablighee education

Oh next? I will tell you what al-Tabari and al-Qurtubi tell us about this disaster

You see I only tell you what your sources tell us in Arabic so if you do not, like get rid of them and good riddance


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