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Quthm Bin Abd Allat is the real name of the prophet of Islam! And Muhammad is a loan word from Syriac! What a disaster

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 4, 2015 at 08:16

Our dear Adil al-tablighee who tells us that the US is evil but he still lives in the US and who is not happy that his Arabic speaking masters are telling us that the real name of the prophet of the religion of the Arabs only (as per Q14:4) is قثم بن عبد اللات or Quthm Bin Abd Allat and this very explains the fact that the name Muhammad appears only in Medina Suras and the reason given is because his name was قثم بن عبد اللات in the first 50 years of his life and then he changed Abd Allat to Abd Allah. As for the word Muhammad the sources (and I'n not the one who is saying that) that his name is a word from اللغة السريانية or the Syriac language because the word Muhammad is not really an Arabic word and it should be in Arabic محمدان. However I do believe that the Syriac word Muhammad would be Mahmoud in Arabic محمود and what a disaster prophet محمود

You do not believe me? Here read this and the author provides a great review with references of this big time disaster and if you do not like what he wrote then write him and tell him that you the lost tablighee that cannot speak read or write Syriac or Arabic for this matter disagree with him and here is the link


And in-order to help you here is the answer provided by some of your Arab masters to the above disaster

What a disaster prophet Quthm the PUBH

Oh I'm still waiting for you to tell me more about Surat al-Nisa' (and not your Pakistani Surat an-Nisa') so what would you like to know?

Leave Islam and revert back to Hinduism a far superior tradition when compared with the religion of the Arabs only

One final question how come Allah is silent about your Hindu ancestors? any guesses?


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