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Our dear "Alex" from Slovenia is a careless reader!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 21, 2020 at 06:17

Our dear Alex wrote:


Yes our dear "Alex"!

>You say: "In Lisan al-Arabic the earliest and most authoritative dictionary of the Arabic language and the word ذرة or Dhara means ...."

Why did you stop here our dear "Alex" the careless reader? Let me guess, because you have been reading the nonsense by Muslims from India and Pakistan that cannot speak read or write Arabic like you and they seem to believe this nonsense that the Qur'an, a confused and confusing book, is talking about the "atom" and not a small red ant! Right our dear "Alex"?

>Where can we check this? Is there an online version of this dictionary?

This is from my post that you just did not read:

(Now compare the above shameful translation with the real meaning of the word ذرة or Dhara (as Muhammad would have understood it) in Lisan al-Arab the earliest and most authoritative dictionary of the Arabic language and the word ذرة or Dhara means:

"النمل الاحمر الصغير

Or the small red ants! Nothing about an atom as we are told in the shameful Sahih International translation and here is Lisan al-Arab and the word ذرة or Dhara")

And here is the link to ابن منظور لسان العرب and the word ذرة


You see our dear "Alex" this link is in Arabic and not Urdu.


Now do us a favor and stick to Urdu


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