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al-Tur is not an Arabic word but it made it to the Qur'an and why

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 3, 2014 at 06:05

I think it is funny and pathetic that a non Arab like our dear Adil whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by the Muslim invaders of India tells us that the Arabs use the word al-Tur instead of the real Arabic word jabal! Why the delusions?

Well the word Al-Tur or

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic it is al-Tur oh the lam shamsiyya? It is only in vocalization so do us a favor and stick to Urdu

At-Tur is used in Arabic.

Oh so Arabs use the word الطور instead of using the Arabic word الجبل? Where is your evidence and if you do not have evidence then and must pardon me shut up


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