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Spot the mistake in the book of Allah

Reader comment on item: Can Islam Be Reformed?
in response to reader comment: Islam: The first and the Fundamental Law for the physical realms.

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 8, 2014 at 08:48

Our dear Mazhar whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by Islam and millions of them were killed and raped and enslaved by his Muslim masters that invaded India does not seem to realize that his gobbledygook foray in Arabic grammar is not say the least bizarre

This is sound Plural Active Participle of Form-IV

It seems that our dear Mazhar does not seem to know that his Arab masters do not use the so called derived forms (form II form III form IV etc...) and as a matter of fact the Arab and Arabic speakers are not familiar with the derived forms made by infidels in the kafir west for us infidels in the west

How come you did not know that?

So you tell me how do your Arab masters approach the root system in Arabic? Let me guess you have no clue right?

Now while we are waiting for your answer spot the mistake in the book of Allah

ان هذان لساحران

Why the delusions you tell me but I will b waiting for your answer with great anticipation


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