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Mangling the Arabic language again

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 31, 2014 at 08:52

Our dear Wasim is mangling the Arabic language again!


ROTFL Pakistani Arabic it is called al-Lawh al-Mahfouz

Whereas Muhammad explained that Allah is Zaat and Be-Niyaz (selflessness).

ROTFL there is no Arabic word called Niaz

But by doing Dajl

al-Dajal is you

they got accepted Allah as a personality. Through Gabriel they wanted to prove Muhammad as 'illiterate and unjust'.

But you see our dear Wasim the Qur'an is a literary disaster it is full of mistakes in grammar and syntax and spelling of perfect Arabic words which makes me believe that Abul Qasim aka Quthm must have been illiterate

Most of the scholars of today's world are Gumrah (mislead)

ROTFL there is an Atabic word called Gumrah? Let me guess this is Martian Arabic?

due to the knowledge of the history put forth by them. But, the honorable personalities of Supreme Court of America have appreciated the laws of Muhammad. That is,

Oh let me see ayat al-sayf! Is this just law our dear Wasim the lost tablighee?


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