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What the Quran says.

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

Submitted by Adil (United States), Nov 16, 2014 at 14:47

You are wrong, there are many forms of different phrases used in the Quran there are many phrases that mean "to make clear" in Arabic. In this case it is لِيُبَيِّنَ . Maybe you should learn real Arabic, and the mangled Arabic that is spaken among the Arabs today. As for As Sabi'un and As Sabi'in, they are the same word with the same meaning but they are spelled differently. You do not know any more Arabic than me. You just lie that Allah the Lord of the Worlds has bad grammar.

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