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Violence in the Qur'an including murder! part two

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 31, 2013 at 13:17

Our dear Saira who lives among kuffar and who clearly does not know any Arabic and who is a follower of the Ahmadiyya cult wrote

There is nothing written about killing in the Quran- no where!

Now let us read vile Q9:111 and this is what it says

http://quran.com/9/111

And it says blah...blah...blah يقاتلون في سبيل الله فيقتلون ويقتلون

Or and they fight in the path of Allah and they KILL AND BE KILLED

and you tell us that nothing is written about killing in the book of ignorance? how come you did not know that? Are you and you must pardon me ignorant or you were hoping that we kuffar cannot the Arabic text and this would make you and you must pardon me a liar so which one is it? Liar or ignorant?

For the readers the word kill and fight belong to the same Arabic root Q-T-L

1. قتل يقتل قاتل or Qatl (killing) Yaqtul (he kills) Qatil (killer)

2. قتال يقاتل مقاتل or Qital (fighting) Yuqatil (he fights) Muqatil (fighter)

Very different words but belong to the same root but do clueless followers of al-Ahmadiyya get it? Not really

Now let us see what Arabic language dictionaries tell us Yaqtul or he kills means

يقتل ، يذبح ، يعدم ، يميت ، يغتال ، اغتيال

Or kill = murder = assassinate , slaughter , massacre and here is the reference

http://www.almaany.com/home.php?language=arabic&lang_name=English&word=%D9%8A%D9%82%D8%AA%D9%84

How come you did not know that? Why the lies? you tell me

As for the word Qital or fighting

قَتَّال ( الجذر: قتل - المجال: صفات ) : مُمِيت , فَتَّاك

mortal
- causing death or likely to cause death
- destructive; abolishing; eradicating; exterminating
- something or someone who destoys completely
- likely to cause death
- like death,or reminding of death
- causing or ending in death
- fatal; mortal
- (of a person, weapon, action, etc.) capable of, intending, or involving murder or great harm
- having a very harmful effect
- person who damages and destroys
- a person or thing that ruins
- bringing ruin; disastrous, or in euins; dilapidated
- destructive; ruinous

قِتَال ( الجذر: قتل - المجال: مصطلحات عسكرية ) : تَقَاتُل , حَرْب

fight
- a combat, esp. unpremeditated, between two person, animals ,or parties
- fight;fighting,struggle,battle
- a conflict or struggle ; a vigorous effort in the face of difficulty
- the noun gerund of verb to fight
- conflict, fighting; quarrel
- a violent contention or altercation between individuals; a rupture of friendly relations; an occasion of complaint against a person, his actions, etc
- a state of war; campaigning; engaging in war
- a noisy argument, altercation or dispute

And here is the reference

http://www.almaany.com/home.php?language=arabic&lang_name=English&word=%D9%82%D8%AA%D8%A7%D9%84

Which means that Qital means fighting so you can also find the word Qital in the Qur'an right our dear saira?

Your above claim is bogus and shame on you for uttering this nonsense and do us all a favor and stick to Urdu

Submitting....

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