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More Quranic disasters and the Qur'an says that Jesus is indeed the Logos

Reader comment on item: Rebuttal from The Moorish Science Temple of America-1928
in response to reader comment: The Grammar is correct

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 9, 2014 at 09:55

Our dear GoD checked with the Urdu Shira Jami instead of reading let us say al-Tabari and I call this ignorance

The Refenece is not for Asbat (tribes)

ROTFL The word Asbat (plural) is also a grammatical mistake as it should be Sabat (singular)

What a disaster

but for the word that comes next (Umam)

ROTFL another mistake the word Ummam should be in the singular Umma

How come you did not know that?

which means nations not tribes -

Wa minkum nastafeed

and this word is in the feminine

How dare you tell us what the Qur'an says in Arabic when it is very clear to me that you do not speak read or write Arabic and did you read al-Tabari?

You need to read him first because you are making a fool of yourself

Now would you like me to tell you what he says?

so the grammar stands correct

Well let us see what al-Tabait says where he is fixing Allah's poor grammar by saying that the verse really means

اثنتي عشرة قبيلة

Or it really means 12 (female) TRIBE (qabila) which is correct grammar but this is not what the verse says

Then he tells us

واختلف اهل العربية في وجه تأنيث عشرة والسباط جمع مذكر

So it is very clear that your Arab masters had no clue on how to explain this big time disaster and they were providing their usual تبرير to explain this grammatical disaster where the number 12 is in the aya feminine and al-Asbat is the plural of a masculine word when in correct Arabic grammar the word should be Sabat and not Asbat and the 12 should be masculine and not feminine

What a disaster

Then al-Tabari provides us with several explanations but non of them make any sense and would you like me to tell you more about them?

Then he tells us that

لأن الكلام ذهب الى الأمم فغلب التأنيث وان كان السبط ذكر

Or he is really saying that the number 12 is in the feminine case because it follows the word al-UMMAM even if al-sabat is masculine! And only Allahu A3lam

But here is the big time disaster here

1. The word امم or Ummam should be امة

What a disaster al-Tabari is making a fool of himself

2. Notice that he sneaks in the word سبط which would be the correct word instead of the Quranic plural form of the word اسباط

What a disaster al-Tabari is a liar

How come you did not know that?

you need to learn more Arabic,

I will leave this to the readers to judge you and judge your ignorance

I know a good school that teaches you how to speak Arabic well - tsk tsk

Oh and speaking of Arabic are you aware that no other than babbling Ibn Abbas said that indeed Jesus is قال عيسى ابن مريم هوالكلمة من الله or Jesus is indeed the Logos! Oh you do not believe me? you will find this little disaster in al-Tabari's tafseer or سورة آل عمران 45

So is Jesus the Logos or was babbling Ibn Abbas a liar or was al-Tabari a liar?

What a disaster Allah makes mistakes in Arabic grammar and al-Tabari is trying to fix them and Jesus the PUBH is indeed the Logos

Islam is ridiculous and you are and you must pardon me ignorant

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