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More evidence that the word Ahad means: One of, and does not mean One?

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in response to reader comment: Dhimmi, you're mistaken

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 25, 2018 at 08:09

Our dear Raul who cannot speak read or write Arabic! Still this did not stop him from making (and you must pardon me) as fool of himself

This time this is from islamweb which is a Muslim, and not kafir, web site

And here is the question posed:

ما معنى كلمة أحد في سورة الإخلاص" قل هو الله أحد " ومعناها حينما نقول أحد الأشخاص؟

Or what is the meaning of the word Ahad in Surat al-Ikhlas: Say He Allah is ONE OF. And its meaning when we say ONE OF (not one) the people

See? You need to know Arabic and realize that most translations of the Qur'an by Tablighees, Indian Muslims and Pakistanis are full of lies.and Ahmad Deedat and Zakir Naik are ignorant

And one more time the word Ahad in Q4:43 means one of. It does not mean one:

أَوْ جَاءَ أَحَدٌ مِّنكُم

This can be rendered as: Or if ONE OF (not one) you came

Oh the answer to the above question? Read this if you can read Arabic texts which I doubt very much



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