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And speaking of Kufic script

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 5, 2014 at 07:44

Our dear Fadilat al-Sheikh Melvin (and sorry ya Fadilat al-Sheikh but the truth has to be told) whose African ancestors were brutalized by the Arab slave owners wrote

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

Ya Fadilat al-Sheikh there should be no difference between Kufic and Naskhi scripts or did you forget about Allah's little al-Lawh al-Mahfuz?


So you tell us ya Fadilat al-Sheikh can you read this Kufic script?


Let me guess you cannot and this is why al-Tabari and the very early Ulama had to edit yes edit the words of your Allah by adding short and long vowels and nuqat and add the missing shaddas and hamzas because without this editing neither nor us kuffar can read the words of your Allah

What a disaster the Qur'an is an edited book

So you see ya Fadilat al-Sheikh you must know your Arabic before you comment on what the book of Allah says or does not say and more evidence that Islam is the religion of the Arabs only


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