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in response to reader comment: Victims of the Arabs and their imperialism

Submitted by Addeen (Australia), Jan 20, 2014 at 10:04

Dear Dhimmi,

You can find the verses related to the prayers in these verses among others: 2:43-45, 150, 238; 4:43; 5:6; 20:14, 29:45, and a lot more. But the quran does not specifically describe the sequence in prayers. For that we follow the Prophets way of praying.

Q14:4. This verse states that why arabic language was chosen, so that it will be easy for the Arabs to understand the message. The Arabs had gone astray during that time. Allah knows about every single leaf that falls off a tree. How can Allah not know Urdu? I say my prayers in my language. dont need to be in arabic or urdu. it can be in any language. the one that you are most comfortable with.

Number 19 will always be a reference as mentioned in the quran... over it is 19 (74:30).

79:30 And after that he spreads the earth, 79:31 and brought forth therefrom its water and pasture. Are saying from this, your conclusion is that the earth is flat. ok then. i shall leave it at that. the word dahaha was chosen because it precisely describes the roundness and flatness of the earth.

I believe in judgment day so it will be difficult for me to leave islam. i believe in hell. and i am afraid of it. I pray that all of us are protected from it.



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