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al-Tabari was editing the Qur'an

Reader comment on item: Rebuttal from The Moorish Science Temple of America-1928
in response to reader comment: Kufic Script Arabic

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 4, 2014 at 07:12

Sometimes silence is golden ya fadilat al-shiekh

I wonder how these verses would read translated from the Kufic Arabic Script?

I doubt very much that you were able to read my review of the masoritic exegesis of al-Tabari of the term Khatem al-Anbya' and your comments really means that you do not know any Arabic right?

Hint: the fact that al-Tabari was providing different readings ya fadilat al-sheikh is evidence that he was dealing with a text written in may be Garshouni and lacking the short and long vowels and the nuqat (dots) and the consonants shadda and hamza in other words he was editing the words of your Allah and it also means that we do not really know what the Qur'an really says otherwise he would have provided us with only one meaning for the word right ya fadilat al-sheikh? but the ultimate disaster is the fact that al-Tabari was editing the Qur'an and it really means that the Qur'an we have now may not be the same Qur'an as the one that your Allah says that he has in his al-Lawh al-Mahfuz

See? you need to know real Arabic ya Fadilat al-Sheikh


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