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Kalam Mukarrar and Variant Traditions

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 19, 2015 at 08:54

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(iii) Also, you propose we substitute 3bdihi (singl.) with 3ibadihi (pl.)

You cannot write Arabic right? You are a careless reader Q26:52 it says

واوحينا الى موسى ان اسر بعبادي انكم متبعون

Allah is addressing Musa and the subject is the word عبادي now why not عبده? Because your Allah is talking about the Jews plural

Check also Q44:23 and let us read it

فاسر بعبادي ليلا انكم متبعون

Same بعبادي not عبده

This is what al-Mufasereen called الكلام المكرر which means that the word should be read same way as بعباده just like Q44:23 plural

Waansbrough called this literary phenomenon Variant Traditions

See? Careless reader

but this doesn't make sense.

What does not make sense? What does not make sense is that you dont know Arabic

Looking at your version which I have simplified:

Amazing how would you feel if I try to simplify a sentence in Udru and my Urdu is almost zero

Amazing

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