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More grammatical mistakes in the Qur'an

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 19, 2014 at 10:02

Our dear Adil wrote

The Quran has correct grammar,

I read this as you have no clue about Arabic grammar right?

it uses different forms for the same name sometimes

Then ask your Mullah Amr aka the Bee aka Dabour to spot the mistakes in the following infamous mistakes in the Qur'an

1. ان هذان لساحران and is it ان هذان لساحران or is it ان هذين لساحران as no other Ibn Kathir tells us where he wrote that it must be vocalized as ان هذين لساحران

2. ما هذا بشرا

What a disaster but ask him to explain to us kuffar these two big time grammatical mistakes

Submitting....

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