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You will not find ليجعلها واضحة as you seem to claim in Q14:4

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 7, 2014 at 07:51

Our dear Adil is really desperate to prove that Islam is not the religion of the Arabs only inspite of the fact that, and it is not rocket science, Q14:4 says that Islam is really the religion of the Arabs only

"And we did not send a Messenger except with the language of his people to make clear..."

Really? So where would we kuffar find "make it clear" or ليجعلها واضحة you will not find it in Ayat inna al-Islam deen al-Arab faqat or Q14:4

Oh the Arabic? but you can ask Amr the Bee to translate it for you

You added "make it clear" or ليجعلها واضحة to the text this means the following

1. You cannot read Arabic because you will not find ليجعلها واضحة in the text

2. It means that you are editing the Qur'an so are you editing the Qur'an our dear Adil aka Adil Patel aka Ayat?

3. It means that you can read the Qur'an only in translations by liars like Yusuf Ali

4. Or you were hoping that we kuffar cannot read the text in Arabic but guess what some of us kuffar can read Arabic

So which one is it?


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