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Kepha and Q112:1

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 19, 2021 at 07:40

This is an old post and it explains very well the Arabic, Syriac/Aramaic and Hebrew in Q112:1

https://www.danielpipes.org/comments/209028

And here is a link to the Syriac/Aramaic Peshitta and grammatical analysis of Mark 12:29.

Notice that the basic sentence in Arabic is: Subject and Predicate as in: Allahu Wahid or Allah is One

In Q112:1 it is: Huwa Allahu Ahad or: He Allah Is One Of

Very strange grammar/syntax

Now check the Syriac/Aramaic grammar of Mark 12:29 and read: Lord One He or: Noun, Numeral and Pronoun and this is what we can read in the Quranic Arabic: Pronoun, Subject, Predicate.

Mark 12:29, I believe, is the source of Q112:1

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