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in response to reader comment: Our dear Abdul (sic) Hadi is not aware that Q20:63 is the most celebrated grammatical mistake in the Qur'an!

Submitted by Abdul Hadi (United Arab Emirates), Dec 23, 2021 at 02:10

There was a whole book saying the Qur'an has a lot of mistakes but many scholars including Zakir Naik and Dr. Deedat have proved it wrong several times, and do you know how old of an excuse it is to say it's wrong? Dr. Deedat has already passed away!!! It was a trend to point out these mistakes in the olden times but now it is known that the Qur'an was correct and the people ruined Arabic. Arabic had many words of its own but people adapted words from English and said it in an Arabic way, then called it "modern Arabic", which is basically just civilian Arabic that is spoiled.

We don't think that the Black Stone is God, nor do we worship it, we just kiss it because it is said to us that it was from heaven. Why do Christians think that Holy Water is Holy then? Stop getting to such conclusions.

I'm no paragon of wisdom, and Monotheism is better than Polytheism. Why? Because Allah is the only God, no God beside and no religion beside him.


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